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Ie PRELIMINARY NOTICE. n • • _i-___ ■ _ SALE OP AKAROA PROPERTY. NOTICE IS GIVEN that Mr F. Taylor's fine Residential Property will be put ,g up to Auction at an early date. jAlso all FURNITURE ANDJBFFFCTS. Full particulars isao|s. .; natio_lai| mortgaW ■ - COMPANY. ? CLEARING SALE. * ;;" LITTLE RIVER. ?'0 .mJL rS€f*x_rc[isi_r.&*'"> j jIHURSD&Y NEXT, Ist October, } HfT7E HAVE received instructions from . 'VV MR. A. F. CLARfetb' l(i ' ; * lf "' v ' TO SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION '' ON THURSDAY NEXT, , THE WHOLE OF HIS LIVE AND ! DEAD STOCK".::.Cbhjpriainfe---' ■* i")A TWO AND THREE YEAR OLD &\J STEERS ;J O YEARLING STEERS ,-- |o TWO YEAR OLD HEIFERS I iocs I X HOLSpp *m^}ZS h&)£ IN-SiiJEf S Threshing Sheets and Riddles, House hold Furniture and Effects, r.nd a Quantity of Sundries NATIONAL MORTGAGE & AGENCY CO % -.■::{,',■< ;-A;'.'.'LIMITED,-.--; '■'■:• :'■;.. Auctioneord. .3, MAT.SON & y ' ?' Notice to Clients, OWING Sinßh, 1 ittfe River, having left for the front with the Expeditionary Force, we have n.ade arrangements for; Mn ,W. P. THOMPSON, of LitUe River, to represent us on the Penin eula in tho meantime, Mr Thomson is devoting the whole of his time to our interests, and we desire to refl'iest station holders and farmers on the Peninsula to extend to Mr Thompson tbe same full measure of assjstanoe wbiob in the paßt has been bes'JojyecNh*MS Smith. A.. H. MATSON & CO., ' - Cbristehurch, ~, TO LET. grTOUSE*-_|?D W-L tffe llik Road, a" mile from Akarb-f "Apply, F. BROCHERIE, t b>s<<J ',Vj,w a' ;;'. i'Onuku;, - -PurohaseVV " "frbmlO "to*2o'Gobd Backst Heiß'ht : From. 14.3 to 15.1 bands.~R. LATTER, Auctioneer, ",■• ..';,; OEEDS—Our famous Garden seeds are *J now ready, well filled packets all kinds od eaoh, 12 for 2/6 post free. No Catalogues B. H. JUST, Seed Grower, Palmerstbn ' North. ''' IN THE ESTATE-*eP- g JOSEPH THOMAS KNIGHT, LATE OF LAVERICK'S BAY, i SHEEPFARMER, DECEASED. - *

The*jßeceiitE /"Epidemics' of > j nflt.haije ai'tainetl such tiro portions "if tbe hygienio fact-' were more generally known that the disinfection of the mouth £y a reliable and harmless antiseptic is a grlabfpfoteofing- factor, against all ailments where 'the infection is through tbe broat or respiratory, tract. By patting threeS drops of SANDER'S 7 EUCALYPTI TAC3u on<»piec9 of loaf-sugar, and allowing it to dissolve in the mouth, that cavity, ia thoroughly disinfected. The volatile nature of SANDER'S EXTRACT makes it penetrate crevice. SANDER'S EXTRACT is not nauseous nor depressing like the common -fiucal.yptu8 r ..and._poflsesaea. great .anticeptic power. By using SANDER'S EATRACT you avoid the uncertain composition of ths lozenge; you have the benefit of the strongest antiseptic -tbat can be used- with safety, and the result protection from; all infeotion,. ,' «''. 5 % \ "" apißjf INGS 1 } AKAROA LAWN TENSIS CLUB. THE Annual General Meeting of the " AkaWaLawu Tennis Club will b< held in ths Akaroa Borough Council Cham bers on WEDNESDAY, 30th September 1914, at 8 p.m. ' • - ' \ Committee meets at 7.30 p.m. j ,' ~' M. VANGIONI. j . , Hon.. Sep.

IT that all CLAIMS S&Mit'iu§%\fari%aiW; dujy as due and owing on the Jsth September, 1914, th» qjt,^alh,«.be gendered,.in- ;- duplieate I .£p file wierßignea fQifthwith."" 4 , , .i?-./ J*; *■'{'} GI, ?t-! ! - ,11 *!" 'i' ! --W J Dated this 2lßt day of September, 1914. MEARES & WILLIAMS; ■ •■ '! Solicitors to the Executor. ~ iii.--, A:;.<•.{■;.■; ,\„v\i •■■/,.i: :]n.v'*i -'■;(.■ ,v BOYAL MAIL MOTOR 00AC HE Si : ' AKAROA ANQ ? ''LITTLE RIVER*. : a ij'- • -- ?cl jji.ii--- '.-m 'x.; lo "piLEINGTON'S Motor Coaches leave .J-c-s Afcarjoa';»a i lß l^Lftirfli .,:tp opnneAt* ■with mid-day.rtrai|iL«tliittlelßiver..hi ■ '?,(.■ Every Tuesday the motors will leave Akaroa at 12 o'olook, returning. 1 from'-.Little' Biver at 1.30 p.m., on and after TUESDAY NOVEMBER 4, V-----7'"'■• '> Mail oar will run as usual, leaving Akaroa 9 a.m., returning -11,10, a.m, from Little -BiVen, 'A- -..A"';;.'.,. ';.;. ;, .;', ~-.. . ~ ; .. ~ FABE,7s. ( A ', -.'■•■: •;■:» Children from 3 to 12 Yeara Half-'priee, ; 2.81b« of persbbaJ,iuggßg^isi i&llQwed ftee qf• charge, Over that amount. Id per lb. will be charged. Telegrams,;, JPilkington, Akaroa. Telephone No, . ■. • ;•.'.-,'

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIII, Issue 3441, 25 September 1914

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIII, Issue 3441, 25 September 1914

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