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Pfß^M^v^POJah'iiyfT^' : --'' '■■:'■■"'- ||)V-JJNEESERVED CLEARING BALE PP H QF HIGH CLASS DAIRY HERD. PS, npHB N.Z. LOAN AND MERCANTILE tV\ J_ ' AGENCY COT., LTD , haye received instrnotione from Mr D. W. McLean (who $} r has cold the whole of his Mount Hutt \\. , property) TO SBLL BI PUBLIC AUCTION '" -.' AT MOUNT HUTr, METHVEN, ON ' - ' 15th and 16th MAY, THE WHOLE OP HIS CAREFULLY \ - BELEOTED DAIRY HERD, 1 Comprising:— ,!;>.; '' 800 Cowb, due to oalve early September 30 Pedigree Ayrshire Bulls \ 110 Heifer Calves (8 months old) ; very ohoioe line 15 Fat Cows. DRAUGHT HORSE". 1 Mates (5 years to aged) v 12 Geldings (5,6 and 7 years) All the above will stand any trial. SPRING CiBT HORSES. 3 Geldings (aged) l'Mare (aged) HACKS, SADDLE AND LIGHT HORSES. 7 Geldings 1 Mare , 1 Pony Mare : 1 Thoroughbred Cbesnot Filly (3 years), by Terrapin—Heartfelt. . .; IMPLEMENTS AND SUNDRIES, i 1 six horse Duncan waggon, 2 Du«eao farm drays (ooe fitted with tut nip 1 cutter), 1 Duncan tip dray, 1 carrier's express, 2 spring carte, 1 Brabner four wheeled dog cart, 3 gigs. 1 portable tank, 17-ooulter Dunoan grain, turnip and manure drill, 1 15 ooulter ditto. 2 Duncan swamp ploughs, 1 D. F. plough, 1 S. F. plough, 2 sets Dunpan disc harrows, 1 Bet Duncan tine harrows, large quantity of harne-s, plough ehaine, blocks and tackle, eto. 2 Masßj-H arris reaper and binders, 2 Cambridge rollers, 1 spring tine oulti vator, 1 wool press, 1 agricultural grass mower, 1 set Avery weighing ■joales, 1 broad g-aan seed sower with harrows and transport, 1 set 'witch harrows, 30 20' gallons milk cane (Havays), 916-gal!on milk oana, 49 10----gallon nj)lk oaos, 9 gallon cream cans, 4 tanks, 1 water cart wUh tank, 20 horse 'ooters, 30 cow covers, 1200 aaoka. plain and barbell fenoing wire, netting, pig trougha, 1 dozen hurrican

lamps, ,10 bags cement, grass seed, ipadef*. »h'ovelp, grubbers and other < ' F«tn tools too numerous to mention. ' /BALK COMMENCES 10 a.m. EACH DAY. '■ *i ' LUNCHEON PROVIDED. • V-W ' F 'fOBDER OF BALE.-1 CATTLE, jfc \ < , 2 HORSES. I? r, • 3 IMPLEMENTS. £j f l < 7 !-*>/ r Several Motor oars' will be h) attendance Methven'on Friday morning to take infg£ tenajogparohaeerg to sale,' Passes may be -»V obtained from, the Auctioneers Christohurcb i' «■ . 'Arrangements Can be made re droving and tracking cattle purchased at sale. '• ' X Z. LOAN AND MEBOANTILE AGENCY \ ' , CO,, LTD., ' ' ChtUtchuroh, Auctioneers. PT7BLIC NOTICES, TO LET HOUSE ot Eight Boome and every con veniencee. Hot and sold water, •leotrio light. 1 Apply « MRS. VANWONL BTRAYED. STRAYED to my place, BLACK, WHITE, AND TAN DOG. Owner can hare same by paying expenses. WILLIAM CORRIGALL. Eigeon Bay, April 20. 19141 . ELLEBMEBE LICENSING . DISTRICT. IT l< HEBEBY NOTIFIED that, in pur ' suance of the "Licensing Act'of 1908," •and its Amendments, the Atm-ial Meeting of ' tfae Licensing Committee for the above ■■ District will be held at the Courthouse, Little Biver, at Noon on TUESDAY, 2nd JUNE, 1914. Business: To consider all applications under the belore-mentioned Acts, of V which due notice shall be given. Dated let Msy, 1914.

W. J. WHATMAN, Clerk Bllesmere Licensing District. NOTICE OP APPLICATION FOX A PUBLICAN'S LICENSE. JFRAKK WILLIAM WBIGHT, Of 9 Little River, Hotelkeeper, do hereby give notioe that I desire to'obtain, and will at |h» n«t Licensing Meeting, to beholden at Little Biver, on the 2nd day of June, 1914, apply lor a certificate authorising the issue , of ft Publican's License for a house situate at Little Biver, and known as the Foreyth Arms Hotel, containing —— rooms, .exclusive of those required for the nse of the family. Dated the sth day of May, 1914. F. W. WRIGHT. PUBLIC NOTICE. ALL outstanding Accounts owing to F. J. Hill are to be paid at ,once to Mr. ■ Ohafl. W. Leete, Lavaud Street, Akaroa, whose receipt will be sufficient discharge. (Signed) F. J. HILL. LAUNCH RUNNING. MB G. WHELCH, Proprietor Launch Toi Toi, will run Weekly Tripe to Wainui every FBIDAT, commencing FBIDAY, APRIL 3rd, 1914, ■ •■' •BpeeW Tripe to the Lighthouse, Scenery 1 " Hook, etc., *an be arranged, at also Fishing Jbeuriiong. . Thf launch "teases Akaroa for Wainui at ' * $ .ftm. every J?rid»y Morning, and again at * r .9 pm. on ibezetaxnMs, ,\ t> - , '. G. WHJBLCH. • ■, '>' ' u /'/JPaww No, 33* v'■;:' / -' ■'. AJ»rq». -.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXII, Issue 4394, 8 May 1914

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXII, Issue 4394, 8 May 1914

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