H LiTTKK J LITTLE Ri¥ER. 28th APRIL, 1914. CLEARING RALE OF HO SBHOLD FURNITURE ANi.) EFFECTS. MR R. LATTER hai received ioetrno-" tions from Mrs Sidney Harris, who is leaving the district, TO SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION on the above date, the whole of her Household Furniture and Effpoto. ALL PBACTICJLLy NBW FU 'NITURJ' Main items include—PiaDO, Aflinilßß «• gan, drawing suite, Brussels carpet, •Vβ! mantel, occasional tables, extension table handsome mirror and sideboard, Chesterfield b\bj obairs, sofa, ornaments, curtaine. pictures, books, clocks, fenders and irons, ohina glassware, cutlery,, duehesse tables, ohaire, washatandi and ware, double and single bed steads and bedding, kitchen utensils and oroskery, mangle, washer and wringer, lawn mower, sewing machine, vacuum cleaner, pot plants, garden tools, 2 milch cows, gig and harness, spring dray and harness, hillside plough 1 sot double harness, saddle and bridles, a number of ducks and fowls, sundries, c c. Sale at 11 a.m. sharp. Luncheon provided. E, LATTER, Auctioneer. ~~~ CL KA RING SALE "* OF FURNITURE AND EFFECTSDUVAUCHELLE.S BAY, FRIDAY, MAY 1, 1914 MB. R. LATTER has received instructions from Mrs John Gunnipg to Sell ihe whule rf her HOUSEHOLD FUBNITUHE AND EFFECTS, (which for convenience of sain wilt be sold in the building adjoining the Saleyards), immediately after tv Stock Sale. The principal items include Pining and Bedroom Furniture, double and eingle bed- i steads, blankets, sheets, linen, washstande and ware, tables, rugs, chairs, crpets, hang- i ing laiops, china and glassware, kitchen uten ails, and sundries, eto, Sale at about 2.30 pm,, o? >n mediately ofter ihc c-took Sale. j il. LATTER. i Auctioneer.
NEW ZEALAND LAND AND MERCANTILE AGENCY CO, LTDPRELIMINARY NOTICE^. " jMPOBTANT CLEARING SALE OF HIGHXLASa D/URY bEBD. MpHE N.Z. LOAN AND MERCANTILE 1, AGENCY CO., LTD. have received instructions from Mr D. W. McLean (who has sold the whole of his "Mount Hutt" pro ptrty) to Sell by Public Auction at MOUNT HUTT, MET YEN, ON 15ra AND IGth MY, . the whole o' his . urefully selected Dairy Herd TiornpriSMg 300 Cows, due to calve miry September 14 P. iligree Ayrshire BulU 119 He.fer Calves, 8 montha old, Tery oboice line. j 15Fat Cows. ■ Also 10 Draught Hor&e3 10 Hacks and Harness Horses Superior Farm Plant and Implements. Luncheon provided. . Full particulars will be adyeitised in later issues. N Z. LOIN AND MERCANTILE AGENCX CO,, LTD , Christchurcb, Auctioneers. H MATSON & CO. A BANKS PENINSULA j SHEEP FARM. ( ! liave a proposition of between 800 VV and 900 ACEES, WE KNOW TO BE BIGHT. Oo ners of other farms who know the place, admit it's worth, and have it already ear o marked ia the event of their own boing sold. In October (act there were 1300 ewes on the place, with lambe at foot, 200 dry sheop, 60 head of cattle and G horses. The average tor lambs was 107 per cent We bave fur. (her details regarding its capacity, and the financial position. There is a 7-roomed House, with h. and c , all conveniences, all outbuildings', sbeepyards and dip, etc- If you w.snfc a place that is known to be right at ihe price asked, kindly communicate at once, ff01.406 H. MATSON and CO.. Agent.
TENDERS RESIDENCE IN BA[ GUERI STREET. rnENDSRS are called for the ERECTION 1 OF A FOUR ROOMED residence in Balguerie Street. Plans and Fpeoifiaationa can be teen at the Akaeoa Mail Office, Akaroa. Tenders close on WEDNESDAY, April 28. The lowest or any tender not neces. Earily accepted. WANTED TO LET BY TENDER a ;~\ . » ACRES situated in French Farm. All particulars of lease can be seen at Mr Williams's, solicitor, office, Ghristchuroh and Akaroa, V. HUNT. " LAUNCH RUNNING. MB G. WHELCH, Proprietor Launoh Toi Toi, will run Weekly Trips to ; Wainui every FRIDAY, commencing FRIDAY, APRIL 3rd, 19H. Sneoial Trips to the Lighthouee, Scenery Nook, etc., cab be arranged, as also Fitihing Excursions. . . The launch leaves Akaroa for Wamui at a .m "e*v Friday Morning, and again at B,m,M lie return trip. V Q. WHELCH. •Ebohi.No.B3. Akaroa^ Important . to All - CHANGE OF BUSINESS. . MESBBS. HAYLOCK AND DAVIB ha ing taken over Mr. F. Hill's akeryjand Confectionery Bueinese and KOWHAI TEA ROOMS, solicit the patronage of the Public, and by strict attention to business, hope tweoure ho approval oE all,
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