H. MATSON & CO. IMPORTANT LAND AND STOCK SALE OKAIN'S BAY; HMAT. C ON AND CO. are instructed • by Mrs Emma Niaholson, executrix of the will of tbe late Thomas Harris, to sell at DUVAUCHUJLLE'S SALE, FRIDAY, MARCH 3nn. 15S ACRES 3 ROODS IN THREE LOTS. LOT 1 —60 ACRES, or ihrrpalout*. beinp land included in C.T. Vol. 55, Fol, 65. and being Rural Section 24977. LOT 2.-73 ACRES 3 ROODS, being the land included in C.T. Vol. 55, Fo!. 6;>, and being Rural Sections Nos. 22953 and 23550. LOT 3.-20 ACRES, being the land included in C.T. Vol. 138. Fol. 145, and v being Rural Section 4652. The several lots.will ba sold with all improvements thereon, and all particular? may be had from and plan seen at our jffioe. Also 50 Cattle and Dairy Utensils. H. MATSON AND CO. CANTERBURY COLLEGE LEASES. -Of-FIKST-CLASB AGRICULTURAL Rt SERVES. TERMS: Twenty one Years from May Ist, 1916. H MATSON and CO. will offer by , Auotion on TUESDAY, Maroa 7th, 1916, at the CENTRAL SALEY\RDS. LITTIiE RIVER, The LEASES of Lots Ito 9 inclusive. , Number of RESERVE 157. This land comprises some 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 paddocks to ] raise stock from the plains, or to place their stock there awaiting transhipment to point of realisation, the opportunity to satisfy ] their requirements. ( During the season we have hundreds of enquiries for sucb plaoes in Little River. ' NOW IS YOUR CHANCE! l ALSO. , ON WEDNESDAY, MARCH Bth, 1916, ( At 2.30 p.m., ] At H. MATSON and CO.'S SALE ROOMS, < CASHEL STREET, RESERVES 925. 1135, 1176, and 1187, Comprising Land at WEEDONB, OXFORD and BUBNHAM. The above select properties are being submitted by tbe instructions of the CANTER' BURY COLLEGE BOARD, and further particulars can be acquired from THE REGISTRAR OF CANTERBURY COLLEGE (Mr G. H. M eon), MESSRS GARRICK, COWLISHAW, ALPBRS, and NIOHOLLS (Solicitors to - tbe Board), - f Or \ H. MATSON and CO. Auctioneers. LITTLE RIVER CARRIAGE WORKS. (Established 20 Yeabb). Creamery Waggons and Gigs of all descriptions p BUILT TO ORDER AND REPAIRED, Wheels Tyred Daily, Rubber Tyre? fitted to Order. I have a FIRST.CLASS PLAN! and TRADESMAN to manage it. so save your . Railage and send your Order for me to . execute, and thus support Local Industry. G. COLOMBU3, Proprietor. LitSle River.
THE NEW ZEALAND LOAN AND MERCANTILE AGENCY 00, The New Zealand loan and Mercantile Agency Go. LIMITED, Having purohased MB. ROBERT LATTER'S BUSINESS, invite your support)' W®Ol ODR STOKE IS UP-TO-DATE, SQ ARE OUR METHODS. 9 To prove this send u,s your ojip, E UMH3L Ommi# We solicit entries for STOCK E»IWtS BALE, which may be left with our representative, MR. ROBERT LATTER or our Travelling Agent, Mr FRANK Ft HEY, Little River We also hold Sales at LITTLE RIVER and ADDINGTON, and shall be glad of your entries. ©leaping ami Land Sales Zz£\t?ZV*r ** entire satisfaction, W© B*iy COCKSFOOT, GRAIN, CHAFF Etc. for Cast* Wα <Hall a* GRASS SEEDS, FENCING WIRE, |WOOL'PRESSEB, vw «s o»«AA a* SHKEP DIP, CORN SACKS, BINDER TWINE, and Lowest K.ateS everything you requirejon a farm. WE ARE SOLE AGENTS FORMoDOUGALL'S DIP (Liquid Nod pobonouß, Paste Poiaonoufl)|. UNION ABSURANCE SOCIETY, LTD, (Fire, Employer? , Liability, $to.J Sheep dipped in MoDougall's Dip have won at all ebowa this year, inoluding Canterbury. Qtago, Manawatn and Hawke's Bay; Cg'Championshipa out of 734 Awards out of 986, i.e., 74% th;»k qyeb lew Zealand Loan and Meroantlie Agency Co. 9 Limited. k .... R h M KITTO Manager, C&rietohor
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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3525, 25 February 1916
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