Grand Patriotic concert (Under the uuspiaes of Bis Worship the Mayor and the Patriotic Commit(ee) A NATIONAL APPEAL IN AID OF THE FRENCH BED CROSS. ON fTBIGOLOUR DAY, FRIDAY NEXT, FEBRUARY 25thBRILLIANT DISPLAY of Patriotic) Pioiures kindly toreeaed by the proprietor of Hayward's Pioturee, Akaioa. INTERTAL. Marseillaise, buhr by tbe Akaroa High Sohoo] Girls in the French National Costume. The French National Flag, with Arms of the Oity of Paris will be Bold by auction, and as an old French Disrtiot, there sheuld be spirited bidding. mHEN will follow a VISITORS' CONX CERT, under the direction of Mr E. CLARE, of Christohuroh. PRICES—2s and Is. G. ARMBTRONa •"- Mayor. H. MATBON & CO. T ITTLE RIVER SALE. TUESDAY NEXT. We SOLICIT ENTRIES for this FIXTURE. H. MATSON AND CO. IMPORTANT LAND AND STOCK SALE OKAIN'B BAY; H MATSON AND CO. are instraoted • by Mrs Emma Nicholson, executrix lof the will of the late Thomas Harris, to sell I at '
DUVAUCHISLLE'S SALE, FRTDAY, MARCH 3bd. 158 ACRES S ROODS IN THREE LOTSLOT 1.—60 ACRES, or thereaboute, being land included in C.T. Vol 55, Fol, 65, and being Rural Seotion 24977. LOT 2 73 ACRES 3 ROODS, being the land included in C.T. Vol. 55, Fol. 65, and being Rural Sections Nob. 22953 and 23550. • LOT 3.—20 ACRES, being the land in' oluded in C.T. Vol. 138, Fol. 145, and being Sural Seotion 4652. The several lots will be sold with all improvements thereon, and all particular? may be bad from and plan seen at our office. Also SO Cattle and Dairy Utensils. H. MATBON AND CO. CANTERBURY COLLEGE LEABES. Of-FIRST-CLASS AGRICULTURAL RESERVES. TERMS: Twenty-one Years from May Ist, 1916. HMATBON and CO. will ofier by . Auction on TUESDAY, March 7»h, 1916, at the CENTRALSALEYARDS. LITTLE EIVER, The LEASES of Lots 1 to 9 inclusive. Number of RESERVE 137. This land comprises come of the richest land and the heaviest pasture in Banks Peninsula, and the position being so central, it affords an opportunity to those settlers in the outlying bays, who want paddooka to raise stock from the plains, or to placn their stock there awaiting transhipment to point of realisation, the opportunity to satisfy their requirements. During the. season we have hundreds of enquiries for euob places in Little River. NOW IS YOUR CHANCE 1 ALSO, ON WEDNESDAY, MARCH Bih, 1916, At 2.30 p.m., At H. MATSON and CO.'S SALE BOOMS, CABHEL STREET, RESERVES 925. 1135, 1176, and 1187, Comprising Land at WEEDONS, OXFORD and BURNHAM. The above select properties are being snbmitted by the instructions of the CANTERBURY COLLEGE BOARD, and further particulars can be acquired from THE REGISTRAR OF CANTERBUBY COLLEGE (Mr Q. H. M son), MESSRS GARRICK, 00WLI8HAW, ALFBIiS, snd NIOHOLLS (Solicitors to the Board), Or H. MATSON and CO. dootioneere.
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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3524, 22 February 1916
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