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(JLE/UiING SALE AT LITTLE KIVEB. TUESDAY. AUGUST 3, 1915, At 12 o'oloek. HMATSON AND CO. nrn instructed « by Mr GEORGE NOONAN to b<l! on the above date the whole of his LIVE AND DEAD STOCK, At the Homestead, OKUTE VALLEY. The prinoipil items inoluda — 4) t> COWS, mostly eeoond and third fCo ealvers, doe August and September 4 HEIFERS in milk j EMPTY HEIFERS T COW T,j YBARLINGS 1 pony mere in foal to General Syinons, 1 Oβ gallon Alpha Laval separator and weter-wbeel, 8 bows, large quantity of farm sundries, eta., including pig sty for removal (20 x 14). Also 1 I.HJ in good order. ThreehiDg eheets. pig trough, barrels, etc. LARGE QUANTITY OF HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE. Including oilcloth, table, cbaire, pictures ducbesse, eofa. cheffunier, copper, etc. The eale is being held owing to Mr Noonan leaving the district to go South Outside Entries accepted. LUNCHEON. H. MATSON A CO., Auctioneers.' BfINKS FARM " BANKS PENINSULA FAIiM BANKS PENINSULA FARM THE CHOICEST TRACT CF COUNTRY IN THE WORLD. WE have received instructions from Mre M. KEEN AN to submit, f> Public Auction at the Little Kiver fcsaleyirds o.j TUESDAY, 24th AUGUST at 1130 a ru sharp. Her SPLENDID PROPERTY, oomprising--90 ACRE-J, subdivided into 8 or 10gojd paddoeke fiis'.olaßS Homestead, comprising a Dwelling house of 8 rooms, man's room, tinp shed, 2 btall stable, granary, cow bails to hold 12 cows, all the yards concreted and the rest concreted, engine room with 3£ h.p International engine, 132 Alpha Laval Separator, and 3 Double L K.Gr. milking machines, and pup <p to a remit the ekimraed to the pig troughs The property has nearly 2 miles frontage on the Main Coach Road, and is amply, watered by springs and oretks. This is one of the Choicest properties on Banks Peninsula, and one of the earliest selections, and is in the hands of the original holderEi « At the saroe tide and place THE GGODWILL OF LEAvSES. namely— 62 ACRES of Leasehold. belonging to the Little River D .main, with 5 years to run ; rental 28s. Also 0 ACRES lease from tbe Road Board, 5 jturJlorun: £2 per acre. It is with pleasure we call the attention of ' all classes to this excellent proposition 'If you have money for inveetment, or want to acquire a good little home or firs-t class proposition, be sure and inspect this before the 24tn. ! Further particulars apply to fl. MAT3ON AND CO, Auctioneers MBAREB & WILLIAMS. Solicitors, Cbristchurob. PUBLIC NOTICES' DENTAL NOiV E. I WISH to infotui myPenitJinla tl c. tsr that I have made arrangements with M A F 0 Williamson, of Christcburch, .0 take my praotioe it my Booms, Lavaud Streef, Abaroa, during my absence with the New Zealand Expeditionary Force. R. A DEARSLi Stirg"on Dfinti=t COUNTY. COUNCIL NOTICES. WAIREWA COUNTY COUNCIL fVTOTIGE IS HEREBY GIVEN, in ac- -•-' cordance with the "Counties Act, 1908, seas. 117 and 1)8, and the Rating Act 1908." Sections 48 to 51 inclusive and 70. that it ia the intention of tbe Wairewi. Couuty Council at its next ordinary meeting to be held on Tuesday, August Brd, 1915, TO MAKE and LEVY a General Rate of Five-eighths (gd) of One Penny in the £ en the Capital Value of all the rateable pro 1 verties as now appearing on the Vnluatioj Rolls of the several Ridings of the County of Wairewa, suoh Rate to be for the period commencing on tbe Ist day of April, KMS, and ending on the 31st day of March, 1916, and payable in one sum at the County Office Little River, on the 23rd day of August, 1913 The Bate Books are open for inspection. T. QUEALY, County Clerk.

H. MOTTRAM IS NOW SHEWINGNew English Tweed and Worsted Suits \ New Scotch Tweeds Real Harris Tweeds New Colonial Tweeds and Worsteds New Breeches and Saddle Tweeds LADIES 00BTUME8 INLATES'I FASHIONS. You are certain to fin., aoraetlnn to please you, end you cannot g>. better service than I cnn give you ii regard to Fit v ßtyle nun Prieo h. mot tram, TAILOB AKAKOA For Chronic Cheat Complaints Woods' Great Peppermin Care, 1/6

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3479, 30 July 1915

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3479, 30 July 1915

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