H. MATSON & CO. 3 IMPORTANT LAND AND STOOI 16 B\LE OKAIN'S BAY. rr MATSON AND CO are instruotei LX ■ by Mrs Emma Nioholson, exeeutrii ' of the will of tbe late Thomas Harris, to sel D at DUVAUCHKLLE'S BALE, FRTDAY, MARCH 3rd. 158 ACRES 3 ROODS IN THREE LOTS LOT I—6o ACREB, or thereabout*, being s land included in C.T. Vol 55, Fol, 65i and being Rnral Section 24977. " LOT 2.-73 ACRES 3 ROODS. bein R the land included in C.T. Vol. 55, Fol. 63, and -being Rural Sections Nos. 22953 5 and 23550. LOT 3.-20 ACRES, beina the land in» eluded in C.T. Vol. 138, Fol. 145, and being Rural Section 4652. The several lots will be sold witli all improvements thereon, and all particular? may be had from and plan seen at our office, Also 50 Cattle and Dairy Utensils. H. MATSON AND CO. CANTERBURY COLLEGE LEASES. -Of— FIRST-CLASS AGRICULTURAL : RESERVES. TERMB: ) Twenty-one Years from May Ist, 1916. H MATSON and CO. -will offer by • Auction on TUESDAY, March 7tb, 1916, at the > • CENTRAL SALEYARDS. LITTLE RIVER, The LEASES of Lots 1 to 9 nclnsive. 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 tbe outlying bays, who want paddoefca to raise stock from the plains, <or to place' their stock there awaiting transhipment to point of realisation, .the opportunity to satisfy their requirements. Dnr'bg the season we have hundreds of enquiries for' suob places in Little River. NOW IS YOUR CHANCE 1 ALSO, ON WEDNESDAY, MARCH 8ih,U916, At 2.30 p.m., At H. MATSON and CO.'S SALE ROOMS, .- CASHEL BTREET, RESERVES 925. 1135, 1176, and 1187, Comprising Land at WE EDONS, OXFORD and BURNHAM. Tbe above seleot properties are being submitted by the instructions of the CANTER' BURY COLLEGE BOARD, and further particulars can be acquired from * . THE REGISTRAR OF CANTERBURY COLLEGE (Mr G. H. M son), MESSRS GARRICK, COWLISHAW, ALPERS, and NICHOLLS (Solicitors to . the Board), • 1. Or . H. MATSON and* CO. . 'Auctioneers. -ittinr"' Sheep und coffii Fair. TUESDAY, IVIMIOIi 21 MATSON & GO'S YARDS, LITTLE RIVER WE SOLICIT ENTRIES for this | Important Annual Fixture. This ; Fair always commands the attendance of a \ representative lot of buyers from the Plains, and affords tbe Peninsula farmer an un> ! paralled advertisement. , '■ Firstly, for bis farm Secondly, for his own ability and repu. tation as a raiser of stock. - We shall be glad to receive particulars of i entries. H. MATSON & CO. NEW ZEALAND RAILWAYS. RACES AT MOTUKARARA ON 4th March a special train picking up where required passengers for Momkarara will leave Little River for Motukirara at 10.45 a.m. arriving Motukarara 11.24 a«m On return it will leave Motukarara at 5.10 p.m, and arrive Little River 5.50 p m The afternoon train fpr\ Little River will leave Ch'istchurch at 5.15 p-m, arrive Little River 7 28 p,m For fuller particulars see,posters." BY ORDER AUCTIONEERS ACTS, 1908 AND 1910 NOTICE.OF ISSUE OF LICENSE. AKAROA COUNTY. I HEREBY GIVE-NOTICE that Mupn H. Matson & Co.i who have a place of bnsineis within the above County, have been duly licensed to sell by auction, such license to continue in force until the day on which the first ordinary meeting of' the County Council is held after the 31st Day of December next Dated at Duvauchelle this 26th February 1916 G. H. O'CaLLAGHAN, Clerk Akaroa County Counoil. H. MOTTRAM' IS NOW SHOWING— New English Tweed and Worsted Suits New Scotch Tweeds Raw Harris Tweeds New Colonial Tweeds and Worsteds New Breeches and Saddle Tweeds LADIEB CQBTUMEB IN LATEBT FASHIONS. .. / • """.•.. <£oa are oertain to fina something to please you, and you cannot get better service than I can give you in regard to Fit, Style and Price, > H. MOTTRAM, TAILOR AKAROA
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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3526, 29 February 1916
Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3526, 29 February 1916
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