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PENINSULA LAND AUCTIONS.

MOST SUCCESSFUL SALE. Puninsuift land does not appear w be going back in ttre way of value?. and the'progress tbe dairy industry i>making i?, no doubt, responsible for the maintenance of tbe present priceß. Ar Duvauohelle on Friday Messrs W. 1) Wilkins & 'Sons offered ISB in tbfr Kingston's estate, and 47 in P bbftdholt'B estate, the prices nf ■' tbi« land ranging from £87 per ace. to £40 103, The pale was a spirited one throughout, and there was keen competition for ' every parcel of land offered, , everything being sold at auction. The particulars of the land sold in . the Kingston's estate are : — m Lot I—2o acres, situated in RobinF son's started at £26. and sold to Mr D. Tizzard at £37- ---.. r Lot 2—68 acres, homestead block^ |lßobinson's Bay, five-roomed bouse," '■* and divided into five paddocks, started at £25 and sold to Mr W. D. King ston at JEB7. Lot 3—50 acres, cocksfoot land, situated in Robinson's Bay, started at . £25. and sold to Mr 0. Marshall at | £33 10.3. , ■ . ' I Tbe land sold in tbe estate of P. ShadboU (deceased), on behalf of the Publio Ttutitee, was as follows :— £ Lot 1-23 acres, situated in Barry's Bay, Old Pigeon Bay road, started at || £28 per acre and sold to Mr W. P Sb'ufMr. at £37 103 per acre.

',L(»i 2 -Duxbury's road, Robinson's acres, atareed at £28 and sold .»!• Air U.. FJanaery at £40 103 per

acie. Lot B—Half acre section Barring ton town»hip block, Duvauohelle, with four-room d cottage, started at £50 •uul cold to Mr R. Shadbnlt for £101. Lot 4—Qoarter aci'n s; c mti. Coop town, Little ftiver, started at £25 and p'old to Mr vv. Kbadbo't for £47

Lot 5 —Quarter aero '■pollon. Coop ■own, Little River, starred at £10 and *old to Mr John Shadbolt for £28 10s. -

Tbe amount of the total sales of thp different parcels of land pold in both estates was £6842. MrT. W. Wil kins, of Messrs VV. D. Wilkins & Sons, conducted the f^ale

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PENINSULA LAND AUCTIONS., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXII, Issue 4403, 9 June 1914

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PENINSULA LAND AUCTIONS. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXII, Issue 4403, 9 June 1914

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