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9 PUBLIC NOTICES' ' nyr ISS GWEN HAYLOCK. ' IVX A.T.C L. and L.T.C L. Teaoher of Pianoforte, has vacancies for pupils. Terms arranged by correspondence or otherwise. Addresß : Beach Road, Akaroa. CHRISTCHURCH DRAINAGE BOARD. TENDERS wili be reoeived up to NOON of TUESDAY, the 21st Maroh, for the leasing of the Board's SEWAGE FARM RESERVES, etc, at Bromley for a period of FIVE YEARS commenciug on the 20th Day of August, 1916. Conditions can be seen at the Office of the Board. Tenders to be endorsed on cover and ad* dres°.ed to the ohairman' No Tender necessarily accepted. By Order; EDWIN CUTHBERT, Engineer and Secretary. Maroh 3rd, 1916. T ITTLE RIVER SALE. CENTRAL YARDS TUESDAY, 7th MARCH, 1916, PRESENT ENTRIES : 500 Crossbred Store Lambs Further Entries Invited. LITTLE RIVER EWE FAIR will be held on TUESDAY, 21st Maroh Next. & note of any Entries for this fixture will be gladly received, N.Z. FARMERS COOPr ASSOCITION, Auctioneers LITTLE RIVER EWE FAIR. TUESDAY, 21 ax MARCH "PRESENT ENTRIES- I Aooount Mrs Birdiing 1000 Good Two-tooth Ewes Also the Annual Drafts from tbe following Clients:— v Messrs F G Birdiing, Thos Feather, W H Montgomery, and C Wynn-Williams; also Mr J F Buchanan's Draft in conjunction with H. Matson and Co. Particulars as to ages and numbers in later advertisement . PYNE _ CO. Auettonaors . TITTLE RIVER SALE. TUESDAY, TO-DAY. IN Addition to Entries already advertised, we will also offer : — On account of Mr E. J. JOBLIN, Little River, 100 Fat Lambs >BIF2O Head Young Cattle •lIFURTHER ENTRIES SOLICITED. H. MATSON AND CO. * Ahem Sheep and Cottle Fair. Tuesday* mmm 21 MATSON & GO'S YARDS, LITTLE RIVER WE SOLICIT ENTRIES for this Important Annual Fisture. This Fair always commands the attendance of a representative lot of buyers from the Plains, and affords the gsninsula farmer an unparalled advertisement. Firstly, for bis farm Seoondly, for his own ability and repu« tation as a raiser of Btook. j We shall be glad to receive particulars of | entries. I H. MATSON & OO.' I

THE NEW ZEALAND LOAN AND MERCANTILE AGENCY CO, The New Zealand Loan and Mercantile Agency Co. LIMITED, Having purchased MB. BOBEBT LATTEB_ BUSINESS, invite your support i) %-___»_ OUR HT °RB IB UP-TO-DATE, SO ABE OUR METHODS. iiii m w _ To prove thiß Bond U8 your ollpt 1 iv_-__ A ____»lr We solioii en{ries for ther.'DUVAUCHELLE STOCK __IV6 SALE, whioh may be left with our representative, MR. ROBERT LATTER or our Travelling Agent, Mr FRANK FA HEY, Little River We also hold Sales at LITTLE RIVER and ADDINGTON, and B_all,be glad of your entries. Clearing ami Land Sales Z^f^f^r^ entire satisfaction. We Buy cocksfoot, grain, chaff, etc. for Casta W«» S«-11 f_t GRiSS SEE °S. FENCING WIRE, |WOOL»PRESSEB we c»e__ ai sheep dip, corn sacks, binder twine, am LOWCSt Spates everything you requirejon a farm. WE ARE SOLE AGENTS FORMoDOUGALL'S DIP (Liquid Non poisonous, Paste Poisonous). UNION ASSURANCE SOCIETY, LTD. (Fire, Employers' Liability, eto.) Sheep dipped in MoDougall's Dip have won at all prinoipal B_owa this year, inoludin Canterbury. Otago, Manawatu and Hawke'a Bay: €9 Championships out of 88, i.a.,fc7B ( 734 Awards out of 986, i.e., 74% THIBK THAT OVER New Zealand Leati and.Mereanfiit Agency C©_ 9 Limited. X h M KITTO Manager; Christohurb

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3528, 7 March 1916

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3528, 7 March 1916

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