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'Fi F"' iake Words' Great i| Peppermint Cure. Never fails, 1/6. 2/6 ! * THE ESTATE OF THE LATE I 13. MORA. i ' QA A ACRES FREEHOLD. OUU ACRES FREEHOLD. j. GERMAN BAY, BANKS PENIN* I SULA. j R- AjATTER has received instrucI i-VX tions from Mrs B. Mora to Sell by j Tublic Auction, at tbe •iSALEYARDS, DUVAUCHELLE'S BAY, j ON | FRIDAY, JUYL 3rd, 1914. 11 ' at 12.30 a.m. This well known Estate, containing about 800 Acres, with large Homestead and out-* buildings, woolshed, sheep and cattle yards, dip, etc., situated eloae to tbe German Bay Factory, school, and Post Ofiloe. The land is some of tho best in the district, well fenced, subdivided into convenient paddooka, particularly well watered, and suitable for dairying or grazing purposes It ia one of the earliest selections on the Peninsula, and is praotically the last of the original large faraassituated inside tbe Akaroa watershed that has not already been previously subdivided or offered for sale. I _JV" h° sold in Two Blocks ; - ju.i". i--About 207 Aores, situated on the i north side of the Lo .Bon's Buy Road. i Lot 2— Homestead Block, about 593 I Aores, situated ou the south 6ide of the Le Bon's JBay Road. [ For further particulars apply R, LATTER, Auctioneer, M.esß-si feetr* and Loughnan, Solicitors, I Christch-arch.

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 3, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXII, Issue 4399, 5 June 1914

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 3 Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXII, Issue 4399, 5 June 1914