_W. J). WIL.KINS &' SONS LAND JiAU MESSRS. W. D. Wlf KINS <k SON< will hold a Land Sale in AKAROA, OK THURSDAY, JULY 15, 1915 at S p.m. at the TIMBER YARDS fil THE CORNER OF LAVAUD AND BRITTAN STREETS when the following lot) will bo offered : - On account Eeate of the late Mrs i"enl ngton— 00 ACRE FARM '" Grehan Valley. This in first olass cookfifoot countrj, b"avy orope haying been taken off it in recent years, nod ih also very suitable for dairying, bsint, within 1J miles of the Akaroa Butter •aotory Fenaea are in good order, and there is a cottar of 5 rooms Possession to be given on August 15 T.S. 135, AKAROA, with House ocoupied by Mrs Riches. T 8,134, AKAROA, Timber Yards at corner ' - Lavaud and Brittan Streets. i Oμ account Trustees in Estate late John Wright. gQ ACRE FARM in Grehan Valley. Thi3 property will ba said su bjeot to the existing lease l(j ACRE FARM in Grehan Valley. Ihh property will be cold subject to the righs of purchase of the existing lease. W. L). WILKINS & SONS, LTD
FURNITURE HA.LE AT DUVAU CHELLE. MESSRS W. D. WILKINS AND SONS have received instructions from Mr R GuDniap, of Duvachelle who haa voluntiered for the war, TO SELL ALL T'l-5 HOU3EHOLD FURNITURE AND EFFECTS At the Promises, Gunning's Hotn;stead, Duvaucbeile, on FRIDAY, JULY 16tu, AT 1 P.M. FURNITURE, as follows: Double bedsteads, duchesse, waehstands and ware, tables, couchee, easy ohaire, suite 7 pieces, 8 dining chairs. Singer sewing machine, oak double bedetead. oak dv. cbesse, wardrobe, oooasional table, lino, marble washstand and ware, kitchen dreeEer, table, crockery, kitchen utansih, eto, etc, j.im, copper, preserving pan, hanging lamps, and sundries. STOCK to be left until end of Augnst— G CALVES 1 HOUSE 2 SEPTEMBER COWS 1 2yr old HEIFER W. D. WILKINS AND SONS, Auctioneers.
FOR SALE. POTATOES .. 15/6 per sack ex wharf. 16/. ~ ~ ~ store. ONIONS .. ..6/6 per bag ex wharf 6/9 „ „ „ store AKAROA OR DUVAUCHELLE. W. D.WILKINS AND SON AKAKOA 4NO IM'VAtf! HELLK. BUSINESS NOTICES.
FRANK TAYLOR room no. 12*. bakkbm buildings 166 Manchester street, 'Phoke 3506. Send at onoe your postal note for 7/11* and secure one of our Bpeoial SILK BLOUcES—aII sizes and best values in Now Zealand. Oar 10/6 and 12/6 Silk Bloueee are quite unbeaten in value, also are oar &lI.WOOI Vyella Bloußes at 136 each. AlfO write tor quotations of our Costumes, Jackes, Blanket* Sheeting, Quilt?, Damaekfl Down Quilts, etc, etc NO EQUAL IN THE CITY FOR VALUE All Order 9 post free. ROYAL MAIL MOTOR COACHES AKAEOA AND LITTLE RIVER. PILKHGTON'S Coaohee leave Abfrox daily S Ja.m. to oonneot with mid- lay train at Little River. Every Tuesday the motors will leave Akaroa b- 12 o'clock, returning from Little Biver at ] .30 p.m., on and after TUESDAY NOVEM) SR 4, Mail t will run as usual, leaving Akaroa 9 a.m., leturniag 11.10 a.m. from Little River. FARE 7fl. Children from 3 to 12 Years Half-price. 281b. 0' personal luggage is allowed free of charge, Over that amount Id per lb» wil be charge J. Telegran■*: Filkington, Akaroa. Telephone No. 5. Akaroa.
V. B. LINE GENERAL SADDLERY BUSINESS LITTLE RIVER f—'<— • HAYING imported a large stock of Horse and Cow Cover Material, and also having taken over a large stock from the late R. FergOg en, lem prepared o make COW COVERS FBOM 133 UFWABDB HORSE COVERS ~ 20s „ ilso carry a large ssoak o( Qeneril Saddlery nd as a side line, a large stock of RIDING COATS—The latest style end best materials. Call and irspe»t my stook. lam pp-p* -d o tay freig' % o a'l pare -t ttv ! V. B. L NE, LIT lIiB EIVISR
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Page 3 Advertisements Column 5, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3474, 13 July 1915
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