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B. LATTER. , ] CLEARING SALE. j GREHAN VALLEY, AKAR)A. MR. R. LATTER has received instructions from MR. JAMES A. BELL, of Greban Valley, Akaroa, whose lease of his property has now expired, TO OFFER BY PUBLIC AUCTION, At his HOMESTEAD, GREHAN VALLEY, AKABOA, On SATURDAY, JULY 25xh., The whole of his LIVE STOCK, FURNITURE and' EFFECTS, consisting of the following lots : — LIVE STOCK. 0 A SP RI NGERS (September calves), l COW, in milk, ,\a COMING YEARLINGS. PICKED HEIFERS (yearlings). • EOL3TEIN BULL (yearling). J SHEEP. . l TRAP HORSE. J BLACK PONY. X SOWS, in pig. • T BOAR AND 1 STORE PIG. 40 ' FOWLS, 4 TURKEYS, 8 DUCKS CART AND PABNESS, 2 BRIDLES AND SADDLES. stack of hay, quantit? of timber AND IRON, 3 PICt STYE" 3 , Larg* Milk Safe. Threshing Cloths, etc Crowbars, Sledges, and Sundries. FURNITURE AND EFFECTS: 1 7 Milk Cans, Buckets, 1 Alva-La*al Separator (nearly new), and other Dairy Utensils, 1 Double Barrel Breach .Loading Gun and Furniture consisting of Chairs, Tables, steads, sofas and other articles too numerous mention.

SALE COMMENCES AT 11 a.ji< LUNCHEON PROVIDED, R. LATTEB, Auctioneer. RO AD BOARD NOTICES. LE BONS BAY ROAD BOARD, ANNUAL MEETING. mHE Annual Meeting of the Ratepayers in J- the Le Bon's Bay Road Board District will be held at noon on SATURDAY NEXT July 25th. R.BRUCE, Clerk to Board. PUBLIC NOTICES,

IjOST. AADY'S White Woollen Scarf at the Oddfellows' Hall, on Friday, July 10th. Finder kindly return same to M/IL CrFKE

NEW ZEALAND RAILWAYS. NEW ZEALAND RAILWAYS ON and after Ist August, the Wednesday morning stook train from Southbridge to Christohurch will not run. Live stock for the Addington market from Southbridge branch stations will require to be sent forward by the goods train on Tuesday, and from Little River branch stations by tbe Tuesday afternoon train. Stock will not ,be conveyed by the Wednesi day morning pass senger train ORDER ""Ngaio, June 20, NAZOL LIMUED. Dears Sirs,-1 wus suffering from a very acute form of influenza, together with Sore throat. I was depressed and slept badly, when a friend advised me to try "NAZOL" had bought several other remedies, iocludinc a well known cough cure, but could net get curer*. "NASIOL" gave me inatant relief and my illness gradually left me, bo that I em able to eat and sleep well. I cannot gpeak too highly of ''NAZOW-Youra faithfully, John Cabroll. , Continuation of News on back page

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIII, Issue 4415, 24 July 1914

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIII, Issue 4415, 24 July 1914

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