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R. LATTER. LITTLB RIVER. 28th APRIL, 1914. CLEARING Salßb OB" , HOUSE- . HOLD FURNITURE AND EFFECTS. MR. R. LATTER ha? received inetruo* tiona from Mrs Sidney Harris, who is leaving tbe district, TO SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION on the above date, the whole of her Household Furniture and Effects. ALL PRACTICALLY NRW FURNITURE Main item.3 include—Piano, American organ, drawing suite, Brussels carpet, over mantel, occasional tables, extension table handsome mirror and sideboard, Chesterfield easy chairs, sofa, ornaments, curtains, pictures, books, olookß, fenders and irons, china glassware, outiery, duchesse tables, chairs, washetands and ware, double and single bed steads and beddiDg, kitchen utensils and crockery, mangle, washer and wringpr, lawn mower, pewing mnchinp, vacuum cleaner, pot plant?, garden tool*, 2 milch oows, gig and names?, spring dray and harness, hillside plough 1 set double harness, saddle and bridles, a number of duck 3 and fowls, sun dries, etc. Sale at 11 a.m. sharp. Luncheon provided. , R, LATTER, Auctioneer. CLEARING BALE OF FURNITCJBE AND EFFECTSDUVAUCHELLE.S BAY, FRIDAY, MAY 1, 1914 MR. R. LATTER has received instructions from Mrs 'John Gunning to bell the whole <f her HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE AND EFFECTS, (which for convenience of sale will be sold ia the building ddjoinin? the Saleyards), immediately after t< c Stock Sale. The principal items include Pining ard Bedroom Furniture, double and single bedsteads, blankets, sheets, linen, wathstands and ware, tables, rugs, chairs, carpets, hang, ing lamps, china and glassware, kitchen uten ails, and sundries, etc, Sale at about 2.30 p.m., or immediately after the Stook Sale. R. LATTER. Auctioneer.

H MATRON & CO. A BANKS PENINSULA SHEEP FARM. TT7E have a proposition of between 800 VV and 900 ACBES, WE KNOW TO BE BIGHT. Oners of other farms who know the place, admit its worth, and have it already ear., marked in tbe event of their own being sold. In October last there were 1300 ewes on the place, with lambs at foot, 200 dry sheep, 60 head of cattle and 6 horses. The average for lambs was 107 per cent We have fur. tber details regarding its capacity, and tbe financial position. There is a, 7-roorned House, with h. and c , all conveniences, all outbuildings, sheepyards and dip, etc. 1C you want a place that is known to be right at the price asked, kindly communicate nt onoe, Fo). 406 H. MATBON and CO.. Agent. LAND. LAND. • , OKAIN'S BAY. To be held at , DUVAUCHELLE'S BaY SALE. i ON ■ ' • FRIDAY NEXT, MaY Ist. HMATSON AND CO. and the NEW . ZEALAND FARMERS' CO-OP. ASSOCIATION, acting in conjunction, have recoived instructions from MR A. F. DKAY< TON, to offer for SALE, by PUBLIC AUCTION, as above, his desirable FARM, situated SUMMIT ROAD, between DRAIN'S and PIGEON BAYS, and comprising 300 ACREB 300 ACRES 300 AORBS The farm is suitably divided into 4 paddooks, securely fenced There aregood sheep yards on tbe property, and a useful whare: The whole is securely fenced, and com. prises one of the finest Grazing Blooks on the Peninsula, Full particulars from ibe Auctioneers. H, MATSON and CO N. Z FARMER 'CO OP. ASSOCIATION, In conjunction

TENDERS TENDERS. RESIDENCE IN BAI.GUERI STREET. npEND <RS are called for the ERECTION 1 OP A FOUR-ROOMED residence in Balguerie Street. Jr'lans and Specifications can bo seen at the Akaeoa Mail Office, Akaroa. Tenders close on WEDNESDAY, April 28, The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted. WANTED TO LET BY 'TENDER A Q • ACRES situated in French Farm Tc/vU All particulars of lease can be. seen at Mr Williams's, solicitor, office, Chrietchuroh and Akaroa, V. HUNT. LAUNCH RUNNING. MR G. VVHELCH, Proprietor Launoh Toi Toi, will run Weekly Trips to Wainui every FRIDAY, commencing FRIDAY, APRIL 3bd, 1914. Special Tripe to the Lighthouse, Soenery Nook, etc., oan be arranged, ac also Fishing Excursions. The launch leaves Akaroa for Wainqi at a m. every Friday Morning, and again at p.m. Mfft a return trip. G. WBELCH. 'Phone No. 33, Akaroa. Important i . to All . CHANGE OF BUSINESS. MES HAYLOCK km iRA^IB h ing taken over Mr. |F. •ffiU'ej Bakery a v Confeotionery Business and ; 'i. i TEA ROOMS, solicit the patronage cf the Public, and by strict attention to business, hope to seoure he approval of all, Continuation of News on back page

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXII, Issue 4391, 28 April 1914

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXII, Issue 4391, 28 April 1914

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