R. LATTER, DUVAUCHELLE MID MONTHLY SALE. T%T B. ROBEET LATTER WILL HOLD HIS I MID MONTHLY STOCK SALE AT DUVAUCHELLE, [FRIDAY NEXT, SEPTEMBER 18, 1914. Commencing at noon, at the above Saleyards PRESENT ENTRIES - /.'A THREE YEAR OLD STEERS (a \J\J good line). TWO YEAR OLD STEERS (in ■CtS forward condition) t j<\ 18-MONTHS OLD STFERS I Q HEIFERS (springers, near cnlving). Further Entries Invited. R. LATTER, Auctioneer. W. D. WILKINS & SONS, LTD DUVAUCHELLE MID MONTHLY SALE.. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 14. MESSRS. W. D. WILKINS & SONS, LTD, will rell as under — PRESENT ENTRIES :■ r\ 2 TEAR HEIFERS (Spiinger*) , \ <j YEARLINGS, mixed sexes 7ft 6in TOTARA POSTS 6() 6 " 6: " W. D. WILKINS & SONS. LTD, Auctioneers. FOR SALE—AkarHOUSE, 7 rooms Price £450. £50 deposit, balance eaey terms. tpOR SALE-100 ACRES FARM. Price ! £25 per aore. Depoeit £400, balance easy terms, FOR SALE- On account Mr T. McDonald 5 year old Woodburn Chief filly, price £28 TO LET—FARMS of 54 Acres and 200 Acres. W. D.WILKINS AND SONS AKAItOA AND DUVAUCHELLE ROAD BOARD NOTICES' LE BON'S BAY ROAD BOARD GENERAL RATE, 1914-15. NOTICE is Htreby Given that the Le Bon's Bay Road Board, under the provisions of Section 108 of "The Road Boards Act, 1908," and Sections 48 end 55 of "Bating Act, 1903," and amendments there of, intends to make and levy at its next ordinary , meeting, to be held at the Roatl Board Office, Lβ Bon's Bay, on SATURDAY, 26th day of September, 1914, A General Rate of Nine, sixteenths of a Penny in the £ on the Capital Value of all the Rateable Property in the Le Bon's Bay Road Board District, such rate to be for year ending 31st March, 1915, and to be payable in One sum at th 6 Board'e Offioe, Le Bon's Bay, on the sth DA? CF OCTOBER, 1914. The Bate Eook will be open for inspection at the Store, Le Bon's Bay. on and after September 18th. ' R. BRUCE, Clerk to Board. September 9th, 1914. LE BONS BAY ROAD BOARD. NOTICE OF PROPOSED STOPPING OF ROAD "VTOTICE is hereby given that the Le Bon's -1-M Bay Road Board proposes to stop the road commencing at the North, West corner of Rural Section 23t24, and extending in a South Easterly direction to the road forming the South Eastern boucdry of Rnral Section 892 and also the road forming the South Eastern boundary of Rural Seotions 22598, 22743, 12702 and part 12656 as far ac the main creek Le Bon's and that plans of the said roads are on view at the Post Office Le Bon's Bay, and are open for public inspection. \ By order of the Lβ Bon's Bay Road Board. R.BRUCE, • Clerk to Board. If you get a ohi 11 with sore throat and ' tightness of the che st, don't wait' until you " are laid up but taok le it with "NAZOL" 5 which cures quicker and more effectively 1 than any other remedy. Sold everywhere 1/6 bottle of 60 doses.
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dljp' —■ fen A Perfect Substitute for Whole GILIJIJTH Milk at One-third the Cost. £» "PflAri r^7 Analysis of GILRUTH Calf Food /af"V /mmJ^^^^ PROTEIDS Z .'.'.'.' 23 per cent \J&fJ^^\ .... BB p. cent .^Bg f^^dltkSf Compare this analysis with any other and you see that %&ii V>BuVCS the Gl LRUTH CALF FOOD is about 50 per cent. Wrjj^ richer in Fat and Protein-the two most essential and WmJHr most expensive ingredients, than any Calf Food on the \&MJjr market TKr Prices: Calf Rearing Competition: IO Awards f 2 _ REOUBEL Full particulars in every tag of g*» «*• $ 2 ™*<** fe Gilruth Calf Food ,om " 20/ - '•»» " 22 /' Hi. t» F >iello tno qualities. No. 1. llOßdtd bins lor luiitv »ilb Aim „ milk ; bid No. 2, branded Bed, lor feEdirg wilh either caeem or ebeefe wftfj. Obtainable from N.Z. Farmers' Co-operative Assn. of Canterbury, Limited, y CHristcHurcH j and -Branches
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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIII, Issue 4429, 15 September 1914
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