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H. MATSON & 00. DUVAUOHELLE SALE. H MATSON A. CO will offer for publio • auotion at the Duvauohelle Sale on FRIDAY, JULY 7th, the following lines : — 11± TWO YEAR STEERS { 20 YEARLING 3 g HEAD FAT CATTLE Q SPBINGING HEIFERB CHESTNUT GELDING (5 yean) broken to saddle and harness H. MVTSON & CO.', Auctioneers. LITTLE RIVEtt STOCK: SALE, /IwiNG to the, August Raoes, the SALE VJ AT LITTLE RIVER will beheld on the 4th AUGUST. BVBClfi.l. SALE OF DAIRY COWS. _ 50 h_bld 50 ' , To be sold on account ol MESSRS KEENAtf , , ' BROS. The Vendors assure us they are as Good a Line aa a man could wish to have, as they have been heavily culled and start calving at the end of August.

, * OTHER ENTRIES COMPRISE— 9 THREE YPAR-OLD SPRINGING HEIFERS, near calving. ey, . HEAD- YOUNG CATTLE. Tjr WEANEB PIGS. 'On aaoount of MR. JAS. A. FLEMING, Port Levy—; k : y ~'. kA three-year-old FORWARD Ol I BULLOCKS. A real good line of rgbod sorts and forward condition. On account Estate late R, Ferguson— '■ 4 ,\ ; MARES"AND FOALS FURTHER ENTRIES SOLICITED. ' H: MATSON <fc CO.

TRESPASSING NOTICE. ANYONE found trespassing on the pro perty occupied by A. F. Shadbolt German Bay, WILL BE; PROSECUTED. ; A. F. SHADBOLT, German Bay. ' ' PTJBTfIO JKOTICEa* PHOTOGRAPfIIO NOTICE. MISS BUCKLAND'has left Akaroa for a short holiday, and will be returning on August'24th. . ;■'; ■. . ,','' . ■ IN THE ESTATE OF WILLIAM WHITFIELD, OF ROBINSON'S BAY, FARMER, DECEASED. ' \ LL Creditors and others haying claims ■•jCX. against this estate are hereby required to send them, with particulars, on the forms provided, to the Looal Deputy Public Trustee at Cbriatohurch, or \to the Agent of the Pablio Trustee at Akaroa, orJ or before tho 2m> DAY OF OCTOBER, 1914. Aooounts not rendered by tha data named may be .rejected. All moneys payable to the above estate maybe lodged to the credit of the Publio Trustee's account at any postal money, order office, or paid to the Looal Deputy Public Trustee at Christohuroh, or to tbe Agant of the Pablio Trustee at Akaroa. ''■ FRED. FITCHETT, Publio Trustee 3let Joly, 1914- '

Important .to All - CHANGE OF BUSINESS. Tt/fESSRS HAYLOOK AND DAVIS Jji, having taken over Mr. F. Hill's akery and Confectionery Bnsiness and. KOWHAI TEA BOOMS, - solicit the patronage of the Public, and by strict attention to business, hope to seoure the approval of all, . " coidß in the head, chest, or throat, .dim ■ pear aiaoon bring «NAZOL''Jn te ■" Sneratlon. Iti" She latest English remedy ; r JSJ » wiki ooW ii "NAZOti ./ proof, l^;^^^^''?,-;;^?^^'■'.,'■,;. .:..

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIII, Issue 4418, 4 August 1914

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIII, Issue 4418, 4 August 1914

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