PENINSULA LAND SALES.
HIGH PRICES FOR TAKAMATUA PROPERTY.
Tbe high prices obtained for two properties in Takamatua at Friday'Bale at Duvmcbeiie bears testi mnny that Peninsula dairying land is still in great demand at a very high figure On Friday Messrs Dalgety nnd Co in conjunction with Meesr-*- H Matson and Co , sold 67 acres of dairying land on behalf of Mr A J. Sunckell, with hnu-e and necessary outbuildings for £44 10< per acre t > Mr Geo. Phillips, of Takamatua. Tbe land wap passed in at £44 per acre, and pod later t3 Mr Phillip3 for the above figure. Messrs W. D. Wilkins and Sons gold the 14 years' lease of 44 acres, the property of St. Peter's Church, Akaroa, to Mr T. M Shepherd for £8 7s 6d per acre per annum. This pro« party started at 6(K and with brisk bidding rose to tbe above figure. The property is on the flat at Takamatua, and is considered some of the best dairying land on Banks Peninsula. The previous rental for this property was £2 16s per acre. Messrs H. Matson and Co. offered on bebalf of Mr Allan McDonald, of Wainui, 220 acres of land situated at Wainui. Tbe property was passed in at £27 10s per acre.
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PENINSULA LAND SALES., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3543, 9 May 1916
PENINSULA LAND SALES. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3543, 9 May 1916
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