thi ball down sue field, m »v.,u.. fjrwards following up weU. end F. Kuh-y i oored for HHininfiway'converteii. tin ending-Okain's 11 poiniß, Wairewa 5. Messrs D, Cunningham, F Michel! an S. Barolay acted as reftree throughout tb competition. , NOTICE OF MISSION TO HIHELD AT THE OATHOLK CHURCHES, AKAK 'A AND LITTLE RIVER AT 7 pm. Mission will be opened nl Catholio Church. Little River, o> WEDNESDAY, August 26tb, and Wll clos*. with Benediction of Most Blessed Sacrament at 7p,m. Sunday evening, 30tb August. Hie Lordship Bishop Grimes will visji congregation and administer -Saorament of Confirmation in Little River after 10 o'clock Mass, September 6th. WEDNESDAY, 2nrl September, at 7 prrn. Mission will open at Akaroa. His Lordsb p Bishop Grimes will I'dmiDister Sacrament > I Confirmation at 10.30 a.m. on SUNDAY, September 6tb< Holy Mass to follow at 11 am. Mission in Akaroa will close STJNDiY, September 6th, st 7 p.m., w'ih Bericdictisn of the Most Blessed Sacrament. FATHER BO NETTO, Missionary Rector. R. LATTER. D UVAUCHELLE SAL.it.. TIT B. ROBERT LATTER WILL HOLD HIS MONTHLY STOCK SALE AT DUVAUCHELLE, FRIDAY NEXT, SEPTEMBER 4,1914 Commencing at noon, at the above Saleyards f resent Entries— On account Mr A. H. Mclntoeh— QA SPBINGING BEIFERS . On acoount of Client — pr r\ 2J YEAR OLD STEERS Further Entries Invited. R. LATTER, Auctioneer. . • H. MATSON & CO " T ITTLE EIVER SALE JU ~. - —-- TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 1. SPECIAL ENTRY— On account of Messrs Keenan Bros, Little Kiver— 25 Cowa, due in September to 2nd, 3rd and 4th calf The above are being cold owing to the Vendors retiring from dairying, and com prise the balance of their welJknown herd. They are a really good line. On aoosunt ol J. F. Buchanan, Esq., "Kin- •» loch,"— 50 Empty Heifers, good sorts, good condi. tion. • On account R. Norrie, Esq., Little River— 8 Yearling Cattle I Bay Mare, syra', by Farmers' Friend; trial. On aooount of a Client— 10 Springing Heifers. Further Entries Solicited. H. MATSON & CO., Auctioneers. N.Z FARMERS' CO-OP., LTD., /■ ' AUCTION SALE OF AN AKAROA PROPERTY. ON SEPTEMBER 4th, AT DUVAUCHBLLE SALE. A HANDY LITTLE FARM. TBE NZ, FARMERS' COOP. ASSOCIATION OF CANTERRBURY has received instructions from Trustees in the Estate of the late Charlotte Ann Wright TO SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION AT DUVAUCHELLE SALE, ON ■ SEPTEMBER 4th. 1914. All that parcel of land situated on Onuku Boad and containing
2Q ACRES 1 Bweet undulating downs lying well to the Bun. securely fenced and well watered. The buildings consist of a good 8 roomed House, and necessary conveniences, and several small outbuildings. This is a real good little farm, beautifully situated, commanding a view of the Akaroa, harbour. Seldom in such a favoured distriot doee a farm of this description come on the market for Bale, and buyers should make a point of inspecting. N.Z. FABMEBS , COOP , Auctioneers, Meares and Williams, Solicitors. ________________ PRELIMINARY ADVERTISEMENT. VALUABLE TOWN SECTIONS AT AKAROA. FOB SALE BY PUBLIC AUCTION A/C THE TRUSTEES IN THE ESTATE OF THE LATE FRANCOIS NARBEY *j 11 ACRES, situated between Jolie 012 street and the Cherry Gardens on Walnut Avenue. Subdivided into 6 Bections, varying in area from \ ftoie to 10 acres. Further particulate in later issue. Plans ip coarse of preparation, W. D. WILKINS ft SONS ) Joint NATIONAL MORTGAGE AND I AuctionAGENCY CO., LTD. J eeie.
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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIII, Issue 4425, 1 September 1914
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