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» I.AOTBB. LAND ' SALE. ' FREEHOLD PROPERTY. DUVtUJCHELLE BAT. MR B. LATTER ha-! r-c ivfd instructions from Mr Peter Cunningham (swing to hie having leased the late 6. Mora's, Estate at German Bay), TO SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION. At the 3ALEYARDS, DUVA.UOHELLI, On FRIDAY, JULY Bri>, at 12.30 p.m , FIS CHOICE COCKSFOOT AND DAISY FARM containing about f> Q A ACRKB, securely fenced, eubdi--iO\J Tieicd, and well watered. One of the Beet Farms on th« well known Piper's Estate, together with 7 roomed house, hot and cold wat*r seme*, itnhle. cowshnd and Imil*, yards, milkinc machine', engine and boiler, etc. EVERYTHING NISW AND IN' ' PERFECT ORDER. This Bale affords a prand opportunity to an energetic man of email capital to secure a Good Farm on easy term* of payment, as, if required, the balk of the purchase money can remain an first and second mortgage at a low rate of internet. R. LATTER. Auctioneer. S , Knight Hunt. Solicitor, Omstehureh. ■ first ulass dairy aKd cocksfoot farm. PIGEON BAY. ••» ,TR H. LATTER hue r»ceiv»d instrueiVl tiens from MR. , GEORGE BESNI«H to Sell at the BALEYABDS, DUTAUCBBLLK'B BAY, On • FRIDAY, JULY Brd, At 12;30 p.m., HI WELL KNOWN FARM AT PICrSON BAY, Containing about 8. ) ACRE S\ •.) Situated within easy dislanoa of the Daiiy Factory, School and Post Office. Foneed end subdivided into fight convenient paddocks, well watered. The Buildings include 'DWELLING HOUSE of seven roeme, with Outbuildings, water laid on, also telephone connection, dairy'cowshed and bails, stable, grass-eeed, shed and nharc, with every convenience. In fact, there is nothing in the neighbourhood approaching thio farm for value. Easy Teims of Payment can bo arranged. R. LATTER. ' Auctioneer. W. D. WILKINS & SOS 3, LTD. FURNITURE SALE. MESSRS W.'d. WILKINS <fe SONS, LTD , have received instructions from Mrs JeesOD, who has sold her boardingbotue to Sell by Public Auction, on SATURDAY, JULY 4t», At 10.30 a.m., AT THE PREMISES, JOLIE STREET, AKAROA, AH her FURNITUBB, etc., containtd in house of 13 rooms as follows:— 7 double bedn 4 BiDgle beds, 3 etretchero, 7wftebetaßde, 7 lets ware, 10 email 'tablee, 6 looking glosses, 29 thftirs, 9 carpets, 17 mats, 2 conches, dressing tables, 2 essj chairs, 48 pictures, 1 sideboard, PIANO, £ curtain poles, 21 window blinds, 3 towel lorsse, 2 cupboards, 2 chest drawfirs, 6 largf tablee, 2 boxes, clothes basket, 6 fenders, 1 kitchen dresser, mangle, 1 cafe, sewing machine, i brackets, 2 plate racks, 18 pain dpuble blankets. 23 single blankets, 12 counter panes, 6 table covere, 9 pairs cortaiuß, 23 towele, 29 pillow slips, 12 bed Valenciennes, 46 dressing table eoverj, 81 table napkins, 6 Üblß cloths, 11 doyleys, 4 pillows, cheese dish, 3 water bott'es, 7 fruit dishes, 15 jam and butter diehee, 4 cruets, 11 glAssee, 9 jugs, 3 soup iureeua, 4 meal dishes, set dinner, ware, 12 soup plates, S meat plates, 29 small p.atee, 13 egg cups, IS cups and saucers, 2 gravy boats, 15 napkin rings, 3 meat covers, coffeepot, teapot, number knives, forks and spoons, I mincer, 8 trays, dustpan, 8 lamps, 78 ornaments, 48 pictures, 2 dooks, 0 oandle.«iieks, 8 pairs SOUies/lhurn, 2 milk dishes, butterpate, etc., 3 pairs tonge, 2 eho- els, 4 jelly moulds, 3 pie dishes, 5 jars, G brushes, 2 tea caddies, 3 kettles, 10 sauspans, washboard, 3 scrubbing brushes, 21 bottles preserved fruit, 13 bottles ■omato sauce, 47 bottles jam, flour, cocoa, ea, etc.. 8 irons, 45 preserving bottles, 23 jam jars, wheelbarrow, tank, quantity wood wire-netting, 5 sheets iron, 6 props, 3 elothee lines, 3 mam rings, watering can, 4 axes, 6 garden tools, 89 brioks, 2 garden seats, d pot plants, 20 bundles books and numeroui sundries, oilcloth from 13 rooms, Arrangements have been made to delay departure of launches for ths Bays to su' intending buyers. W. D. WILKINS & SONS. LTD , Auctioneer*. COCKSFOOT FARM. 1 T?OR SALE-A COCKSFOOT FARM of k Jj 75 Acres at £30 10s per acre. ; W. D.WILKINS • AND SONS AE/KOA AND DIIVAUCHELLB H. MATSON & CO., TT ITTL B BIV E B SALE TUESDAY, JULY 14th. Wβ will be plweea to receive enteiee lor this fixture. H. MATSON and CO. JU JITBU. MB. HTO KAMADA, Profeisional Ju JiiguWrwtler of Canterbury, is stay ! Ing at the Hotel Metropola, and is coming back at an early date togiye rahiUtiona $ ihe Odaitllowß , Hall. Akwos, also at Little Rival ftßdDittoehalie. '

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXII, Issue 4409, 3 July 1914

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXII, Issue 4409, 3 July 1914

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