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W. D, WILKINS <fe SONS. LTD F]BBT CLASS DAIKY (( V t>. THE undersigned ate instructed by Mi W. Cattermole TO SELL BY AUCTION, at 2 o'clock p.m. on I WEDNESDAY, 19th AUGUST, 1914, at bis premises in German Bay, J T FIRST.CLASS DAIRY COWS The Vendor is parting with tbem-eolely because the lease of.bis land is expiring and cannot be renewed. W. D. WILKINS & SONS, LTD, Auctioneers. SALE OF DAIRY COWS. MID-MONTHLY SALE DUVAUCHBLLE AUGUST 21. WE >-aye been instruofed by the pur. ehnser of Mr L. Hunt's nrell'known berd to offer the whole of his Dairy of ,n I FIRST-CLASS COWS. I% \ HEIPERSi All due to calve at the ejdof August or jeginning'of Soptember. N.B.—These are exceptionally good cattle. W. D. WILKINS & SONS, LTD, ' Auctioneers. land sale. land sack Estate or the late A. E.

Hammond. WE have been instructed by the Trustees of this Estate to offer the following Lots by Public Auction at Dimucbells Fale Yards on FKIDiY, SEPTEMBER 4th, LOT I—,» p- ACBES 2 ROODS. LOT 2- % j BOODS 8 PERCHES. LOT 3- i"\ ACRES 0 ROODS 35 <i PERCHES. ' LOT 4— T- ACRES 2 ROODS. LOT 5 - qaACRES. These Lots are all situated in German Bay. The da',) ■>£ the Sale will be advertised ater. W. D. WILKINS & SONS. LTD., Auctioneer.?.^ FOR SALE—Akaroa. HOUSE, 7 roome Price £450. £50 deposit, balance easy terms. FOR SALE—IOO ACRES FARM. Price £25 per acie. Deposit £400, balance easy terms, rpOR SALE-On account Mr T. McDonald J? 5 year old Woodburn Chief filly, price £28 TO LET—FARMS of 54 Acres and 200 Acres. W. D. WILKINS AND SONS AKAKOA AND DTIVAUCHELL E i H. MATSON & CO. cows. cows. cows. IMPORTANT PENINSULA REALISATION SALE H MATSON & CO. are instructed by • MR, H. C. NEWTON to SELL by PUBLIC AUCTION at DUVAUCHELLE'S BAK SALEYARDS THURSDAY NEXT, at 12 30 O'CLOCK. 40 Cows, due August and September. 40 Cowf, due August and September! 40 Cob's , , dua August and September Mr Newton's herd is both well and favourably known, and hence we re om mend all wanting good Cowa to wait and att end th Bale.' H. MATSON & CO, SPECIAL SALE OF PENINSULA DAIRY COWS. A MAGNIFICENT HERD. DUVAUCHELLE'S BAY YARDS, FRIDAY, AUGUST 28. at 12.30 P.M, H MATSON & CO. are instructed by • W. G. HAY WARD, ESQ., of Wainui, to Sell as above THE WHOLE OF HIS SPECIALLY SELECTED HERD OP DAIRY COWS Due August and September. H. MATSON & CO., Auctioneers. TO LEASE. ACCOUNT MR. P. CUNNINGHAM. SPLENDID DAIRY FARM AT DUVAUCHELLE'S 'BAY. ,j9fj ACRES, 7 roomed Dwelling, all 4OU conveniences, large cowshed, fitted with milking machines, whioh can be taken at valuation. Rent 32b per acre, plus rates and taxes. Possession any time. Apply PYNE AND CO, Agents. 'BANKS PENINSYIiA RABBIT BOARD OF . TBUSTEES. -VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, in ac-i-M cordanoe with "The Babbit-proof Wire Netting Fences Act, 1908," Section 16, and the "Rating Act, 1908," Sections 48 to 52 inclusive, that it is the intention of the above Board at its next meeting to be held at Tattersall'e Hotel, Christchuroh, on September 2nd, to make and levy a General Rate of 1/36 of a Penny in the £ an all the rateable value of property in the J3ankg Peninsula Babbit-proof Wire Netting- Fences District for the period from April 1, 1914, to March 31st, 1915, such Rate to become due and pay able in one sum to H. Blyth. at Ataabua, on September 17th, 1914. Bate Books aro now open for inspection at the office of the undersigned at Ataahua. H. BLYTH, I Clerk to Board Ataahua, August 7th, 2914

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIII, Issue 4422, 18 August 1914

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIII, Issue 4422, 18 August 1914

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