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f^;" , * / NKWZ i n[AND G\KD AND MEftCAJ t'iV - TJLB CO, LTDM ' ~~~ 111 IMPORTANT UNRESERVED CLEARING BALI 6|> .OF HIGH CLASS DAIRY HERE THE NZ. LOAN AND MERGANTILI AGENCY COY., LTD , bare receive Ife' instructions from Mr D. W. McLean (wb p;" hw aold the whole of Mount Hut X property) TO SELL BJ PUBLIC AUCTION m* AT MOUNT HUH, METHVEN, -' os ( * leiH and 16th MAY, L THE WHOLE OF HIS CAREFULLY II" SELECTED DAIRY HERD, ' Comprising:— 800 Cows, due to calre early September! 20 P digree Ayrshire Bolls 110 Heifer Calres {8 months old); very choice line ***" 15 P»t Cowe. , DRAUGHT HORSE". 8 Mares (5 years to aged) £ la Geldings (5, 6 and 7 years) / All the above will stand any tria?, . SPRING CABT HORSES. 3 Geldings (»k«j) 1 Mare (aged) HACKS, SADDLE AND LIGHT HORSES. 7 Geldings 1 Mare ' 1 Pony Mare 1 Thoroughbred Chesnut Filly (3 years),' by Terrapin— Hoarlfejt. IMPLEMENTS AND SUNDRIES. 1 six horse Dancan waggon, 2 Duncftt (arm drays (one fitted with tv nij cutter), 1 Duaoan tip dray, 1 carrier': express, 2 spring carte, 1 Brabner foul h whetle*) dog cart, 3 gigs, 1 portable tank, 17-ooalter Duncan grain, turnij: . and manure dntl, 115 coulter ditto 2 Dunoan swamp ploughs, 1 D, F plough, 1 8. F. plough, 2 fieta Duocan disc harrows, 1 eet Duncan tine harrows, large quantity nf harness, > plough ohaine, blocks and tackle, etc 2 Massy-Harria reaper and binders, 2 -, Cambridge rollers, 1 spring tine oulti Tator, 1 wool press, 1 agricultural grans mower, 1 set Avery weighing scales, 1 broad grass seed sower with barrows and transport, 1 set twitch L harrows, 30 20> gallons milk cans (Haveye), 916-gallon milk oana, 49 10----gallon milk cane, 19 9 gallon cream cans, 4 tanks, 1 water cart with tank, 20 horse covers, 30 cow covers, 1200 sack?, plain and barbell fencing wire, netting, pig troughs, 1 dozen hurrican lamps, 10 bags cement, grass seed, 'spades, shovels, grabbers and other Farm tools too numerous to mention. ' - BALE COMMENCES 10 a.m. EACH DAY, it; ' x LUNCHEON PROVIDED. V,?' , OBDBR. OF SALE.-l CATTLE. ft' .'-'-• i 2 HOUSES. *'. ', 3 IMPLEMENTS. Ptotor eva will be in attendance 'otf Fiiday morning to take in Shaeeri'to sale,' Passes may be m the Auctioneers Christchoreh ehts can be made re droving and ttle purohased at sale. AND MERCANTILE AGENCY CO,/ LTD, Christohnroh, Auctioneers

J5*:,..... - TENDERS IV .THE AKAROA COOPERATIVE kl BETTER FACTORY CO., LTD. ''" TBNDEBS FOR SAND AND SHINGLE SEPABATE PENDERB are invited for ~- th» supply of good clean SAND AND ' , SHINGLE delivered on tbe rite of the Fao< tory, Balgneil and Jolie Streeis. -, ' , Speeifioations may be Been at the office of ■, Jbt Secretary, Balgueri Btreet. Tenders ' marked "Tender for Sand," "Tender for Shingle" to be delivered not later than 4pm on MONDAY, 18th inst, at the Secretary's Office. ' G. W. THOMAS, Secretary. v BARRY'S BAY COOPERATIVE DAIRY FACTORY CO., LTD. npENDERS are invited for the EREC X TION OF A BUTTER BOOM and ALTBBATIONS to the Dairjf Faotory, Barry's Bay. Plans and Specifications may b* seen at the Faotory. Tenders to reach Paetory by 20th MAY, addressed to man, and marked •• Tender." The'loweet or any tender not necessarily acdlepted. GEO. MUBDOOH. Seoretary. ( PENINSULA LAND FOR LEASE BY TENDER. npENDERS are invited for the Lease for X ' seven years of 422 ACBES, more or less situate at French Farm being the prop* perty of the late S, Hunt. Tenders close on 15tb July, 1914. Possesflior Riven on sth August, 1914. The highest or any tender not necessarily accepted. Particulars and conditions of lease may b e seen at the offices of MEBSBS MEABES A WILLIAMS, Solicitors, Chmtoburoh and Akaroa.

v DENTAL »NOTICE. WW. McPHEBSON, Dentist, qualified • by exam., twenty jears practical experience (237 Mancheeter Street), will risil Akaroa apd Little River on the following dates:— AKABOA-Wedneeday, Thursday, Friday, May 13tb, Htb, and 15tb, . LITTLE BIVER-Friday end Saturday, May 15th and 16th. Akaroa-May be consulted at Mm Fergus's, LAUNCH RUNNING. M'fl- WHELCH, PoprietorLauneh f*X Toi Toi, will run Weekly.Tripe to Wainui every FBIDAY, coznmeneiDg FBIDAY, APRIL -8b», 1914, - flpedd flripi to the Llgbtbouee, fleebery ■Nook, etc-, **n be arranged, v also Fiehiiig 'Exoureions. The launch leaves Akaroa for Waicui at ' «9 am. etery Friday Morning, and again at -.8 p.m. oo the rettwn trip. '£ao»No,a&, ~ Akatea, ' ' ' t v l * ?■.•'■ '■'■''■ •'.- ■■

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXII, Issue 4396, 15 May 1914

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXII, Issue 4396, 15 May 1914

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