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R LATTER. LAND SALE, FREEHOLD PROPERTY. DUVAUCHELLE BAY. ,-jRR LATTER has rrceivod inßtrac * ' tions vrotn Mr Peter Cunningham (owing to his having leased the late B. Mora's Eatata at German Bay), TO SELL BY PUBLIC AUOTION. At the 3ALEYAJSD3, DTJYATJCHEIiTiE, . On FRIDAY. JULY 3bd, at 12 30 p.m , lIS CHOICE COCKSFOOT AND DAIRY FARM containing about •' K QA * ORE8 ' Bec - re, y fenced, snbdivOU vided, and well watered. One oi the Beßt Farms on the well known Piper's Ettate, together with 7 roomed house, hot and cold water service, stable, cowshed and hails, yards, milking machine?, engine and boiler, 'etc. EVERYTHING NEW AND IN PERFECT ORDEU. This Bale affords a grand opportunity to an energetic man of small capital to secure a Good Farm on easy terms of payment, as, if required, tbe bulk of the purchase money tan remain on first and second mortgage at a low rate of interest. B, LATTER. Auctioneer. F. Knight Hum. Solicitor, Christchurch. FIRST CLASS DAIRY AND COCKSFOOT FARM. PIGEON BAY. MR. R. LATTER has received instructions from MR. GEORGE BEYNISH to Sell at the BALEYARDS, DUVAUCHELLE'B BAY, On FRIDAY, JULY 3rd, At 12.30 p.m., HI« WELL-KNOWN FARM AT PIGEON BAY, Containing about q., ACR ES, Situated within easy distance of the Dairy Faotory, School and Post Offi:«; Fenced and subdivided into eight convenient paddocks, well watered. T.he Buildings include DWELLING HOUSE of seven room?, with Outbuildings, water laid on, oho telephone connection, dairy cowshed and bailß, stable, grassshed and whare, with every convenience. .- In fact, there is nothing in tbe neighbourhood approaching this farm for value. Easy Terms of Payment can be arranged. R. LATTER. ' Auctioneer. W. D. WILKINS & SONS, LTD. DUVAUCHELLE MONTHLY SALE. MESSRS W. D. WILKINS & SONS will Hold their Monthly Stock Sale at the ' DUVAUCHELLE SALEYARDS, ON FRIDAY, JULY 8, 1914. Present Entries include— e-/i CROSBRED HOGGETS (mixed £)\J , sexes). Further Entries Invited. I W. D. WILKINS & SONS, LTD., Auctioneers. FURNITURE SALE. MESSRS W. D. WILKINS & SONS, LTD , have received instructions from Mrß Jesßon, who has sold her boardinghou»e< to Sell by Public Auction, on SATURDAY, JULY 4th, At 10.30 a.m., AT THE PREMISES, JOLIE STREET, AKAROA, All her FURNITURE, etc., contained in house of 13 rooms qb follows:—

7 double beds. 4 Bingle beds. 8 etretcherß, 7 waebstands, 7 sets ware, 10 Bmall tables, 6 looking glasses, 29 chairs. 9 carpets, 17 mats, 2 couches, dressing tables, 2 easy chairs, 48 pioture3, 1 Bideboard, PIANO, 5 oortain poles, 21 window blinds, 3 towel horses, 2 cupboards, 2 chest drawers, 6 large tables, 2 boxes, clothes basket, 6 fenders, 1 kitchen dresser, mangle, 1 safe, sewing 'machine, 4 braokets, 2 plate racks, 18 pairs double blankafts, 23 Bingle blankets, 13 oounter panes, 5 table covers, 9 pairs curtains, 23 towels, 29 pillow slips, 12 bed valenoiennes, 46 dressing table covers, 31 table napkinß, 6 table cloths, 11 doyleys, 4 pillows, cheese dish, 3-water oottlesi 7 fruit dißbes, 15 jam and butter dishes, 4 cruets, 11 glasses, 9 jngß, 3 soup tureens, 4 meat dishes, set dinner ware, 12 soup .plates, 5 meat plates, 29 small piates, 13 egg cups, 12 cups and saucers, 2 gravy boats, 15 napkin tings, 3 meat covers, coffeepot, teapot,' number knives, forks and spoons, I mincer, 8 traya, dustpan, 8 lamps, 78 ornaments, 48 pictures, 2 clocks, 9 candlesticks, 3 pairs scales, churn, 2 milk dishes, butterpats, etc., 3 pairs tongs, 2 shovels, 4 jellymonldß, 3 pie disheß, 5 jars, 6 brushes, 2 tea caddies, 3 kettles, 10 sauspans, washboard, 3 scrubbing brushes, 21 bottles preserved fruit, 13 bottles tomato sauce, 47 bottles jam, flour, cocoa, tea, etc.. 3 irons, 45 preserving bottles, 23 jam jaw, wheelbarrow, tank, quantity wood, wire-netting, 5 sheetß iron, 6 props, 3 clothes lines, 8 maul rings, watering can, 4axeß, 6 garden tools, 89 bricks, 2 garden seats, 4 pot . plants, 20 bundles books and numerous sundries, oiloloth from 13 roome. Arrangements bave been made to delay departure of launches for the Bays to sui' intending buyers. W. D. WILKINS & SONS, LTD., Auctioneers. COCKSFOOT FARM. FOR SALE—A COCKSFOOT FARM of 75 Acreß at £30 10s per sere. W. D.WILKINS AND SONS ; ' ' AHItQA AND DUVAUOHELLE

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXII, Issue 4408, 30 June 1914

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXII, Issue 4408, 30 June 1914

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