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I PUBLIC NOTICES' LITTLE IUVER EWE F^IR. TUESDAY, 21st MAECH "PRESENT ENTIUESAccouDt Mrs Birdling 1000 Good Two-tooth Ewes Account Mr Gordon Murray 200 Two tooth Ewea Account Mr W H Montgomery 300 Sound.mouth Ewes 309 Lambs Account Mr T Feathor 200 Sound-mouth Ewes Account Gracia's Estate 300 Two-tooth Wethers 150 Fat and Forward I,amba Aocount Mr Wynn Williams 137 Sound'tnouth Ewes Also the Annual Drafts from tbe following Clients:— Measrs F G Birdliog, also Mr J F Buohanan's Draft o! 1200 Two-tooth Sound-mouth Ewes (in ooDJunotion with H. Matßon and Co.) Particulars as to ages and numbers in later advertisement PYNE & CO. Auotionsars OHRISTCHURCH DRAINAGE BOARD. TENDER wili be received up to NOON of TUESDAY, the 21st Maroh, for the leasing of the Board's SEWAGE FARMRES' RVKP, etc.. at Bromley for a peicd of FIVK YEARS oommenoiug on the 20th Day of August, 1916. Conditions oaa be-seen at the Office of the Board. Tenders to be endorsed on cover and ad dras°ed to the chairman , So Tender neoeesarily aocepted. 7 f cr * EDWIN CUTHBERT, Engineer and Secretary. Maroh 3rd, 1916.

TO PENINSULA FARMERS. DO i o want a CASHMERE HOLDING PADDOCK for your Stook. ERE ARE THREE:— 2. ACRES £100 per Acre 1. 14 ACRES £100 per Aore 3- 24 ACRES £9 2 P« Aoro Let us submit an offer forjany of these paddocks for you. E. G. STAVELEY & CO., 106 Cashel Street, Ctaristohurcb. MISS GWEN HAYLOCK. A.T.C L. and L.T.C L. Teacher of Pianoforte, has vacancies for pupils. Term 3 arranged by correspondence or otherwise. Address: Benoh. Road, Akaroa. THE NORTH CANTERBURY HOSPITAL AND CHARITABLE ' AID BOARD. rjnENDEBS. addressed to tbe Chairman X and endorsed "Tender," will be received fit the Board's Oflloe, Riccarton road Christchuroh, up to dood of MONDAY, 20th March, for BUPPLIEB for one year, Ist April, 1916, to 31st Maroh, 1917, to the Akaroa Hospital, where forms and particulars oan be obtained. Each tender must contain the requisite amount of deposit in Bank Notes. The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted. By Order, W. S. WHARTON, Secretary.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3527, 14 March 1916

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3527, 14 March 1916

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