PUBLIC NOTICES' THE CHANCE OF, A LIFETIME. A PROPERTY THAT HAS BEEN IN ONE OWNER'S HANDS FOR OVER 60 YEARS. FOR SALE BY PUBLIC AUCTION DUVAUCHELLE SALE FRIDAtTsTH MAY. (R'-forp the Stook Sale) D ALGETY AND CO, in conjunction with H. MATRON AND CO, have received instruotionß from MR A. J SUNCKELL to offer as above 67 ACRES AT TAKaMATUA comprising absolutely the BEST DAIRYING AND on the Peninsula. The f <tm is subdivided into 10 paddooks. well fenced and watered by springs; down land all in grass, fronting the Beaoh and three roads, and Iβ consequently well adapted for subdivision. SITUATED within & mile of School and Creamery, and 1J miles from Akaroa. BEAUTIFUL HOMESTEAu of 8 rooms, h, and o. water, acetylene gae> extensive outbuildings, garden, orchard, &o. EASY TERMS, For further particulars, apply DALGETY & CO.. LTD., H. MATSON & CO., Joint Auctioneers. A FINE PROPERTY. BALE OF WAINUI HOLDING. MESSRS H. MATSON AND CO. have been favoured with instraetione from Mr Allan McDonald, of Wainui, to offer BY PUBLIC AUCTION AT THE NEXT DUVAUCHELLE SALE o» FRIDAY, MAY 6th, HIB FIRST CLASS PROPERTY Consisting of 220 ACRES SITUATED AT WAINUI. " Tbe Properly is subdivided into four paddocks, all well fenced and watered; six roomed House, hot and cold water, and outbuildings; lj miles from obeeee faotory, Bohool, post office, etc. Approach by good metal road. All particulars and terms from H. MATSON AND CO. CLEARING SALE.. AT LITTLE RIVEB. On Acoount Mr S. 8. BARCLAY. Who hae disposed of his Farm, end ia leaving Little River. SALE 12.30 1 M. SHARP AT MR G. BARCLAY'S YARDS ' OH TUESDAY, MAY 2nd, 1916. SHEEP 70 Fat and Forward Ewea 40 Two tooth Wethora OATILE 7 Fat and Forward Heifers 9 Store Cows 6 Jersey Heifers, due In tbe Spring 3 Cows, due in the Spring 1 Springer 2 Cows ia Profit 6 Yearling Heifera 5 Hoifer Calves 1 Purebred Holstein Bull, (18 months) 1 Purebred Sborthorn Ball (18 montha) HORSES. 2 Geldings, broken to saddle and harness. i Mare, foal at foot. IMPLEMENTS AND SUNDRIES. Rubbor-tyred Gig, Alfa Laval Separ- j ator and Engine 2£ b.p. Separator and Engine can be inspected at the house anytime before ths sale. Two doge good workers. Also household furniture and effeola. LUNCHEON PROVIDE NATIONAL MORTGAGE and AGENCY CO. OF N.Z., LTD. Auctioneers. mmm sp©ets mv SreCOLATOfiS COME ALONG AND INVEST SOME OF YOUR SURPLUS CASH AT mANN'S DON'T MISS SATURDAY'S DISPLAY SUCKING PIGS AND SAUSAGES ■ JkMmr&m Cash B%st©l*©ry. PIGEON BAY ROAD BOARD ELECTION OF MEMBERS. I HEREBY GIVE PUBLIC NOTICE In accordance with the provisions of •The Road Board's Act, 1908," and "The Local Eleotions and Polls Act, 1908," that an Election of FIVE QUALIFIED PERSONS to act aa members of the Pigeon Bay Road Board in lien of Messrs Ebeneyer Hay, John Duxbury, David Bunt, William Corrigall and Jamea Piteaitbty who retire efllnxion [of time, but are eligible for re , election, will be bold on FBIOdY, Mny Gin 1916, and a poll, if necessary will be taken at the Library, Pigeon Bay, between the houra of 9 a.m. and 6 p.m. on the above mentioned date. Nominations of Candidates, which must b» on tbe farm ot the i-Seeond Suction of the Sooond Bohedule of "Tbe Looal Elections and Polli Act, 1908," must be addressed to the Returning Officer, or delivered to him at tho Store, Pigeon Bay, on or before noon on FRIDAY, April 28 h, 1916. Forms of nomination may be obtained at the Store, Pigeon Bay. d. B. SALT; Beturning Offioer, A little cold is a dangerous thing. No saying what it may lead to. Don's delay Get "NAZOL"— that swift, enre remedy for Coughs, ooulde. influenza, and aore throat. Sixty doseo ooet IJ6.
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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3538, 21 April 1916
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