WANTED-A CAPABLE GENERAL. Appy—MßS VIRTUE, Bank, Akaroa. AKAROA BOROUGH COUNCIL. npENDERS are invite'l at per cord for J- CUTTING MANUKA in L'Aube Hill and Btanley Park Beaerves Particulars may be obtained at the Borough Council Offioe during offioe hours. Tenders close at 4 p m. on \Y, 31st May, addressed to the Council Offioe marked "Tender for Cutting Manuka " G. W. TBOMAH, Town Clerk.
AUCTIONEERS' ACTS, 1908 and 1910, NOTICE OF ISSUE OF LICENSE. BOROUGH OP AKAEOA. I HEREBY GIVE NOTICE that W. D. WILKINB AND SONS, LTD., who have a p'aco of business within the above Borough, have been duly licensed to sell by auction, such license to continue in force until tbo day on which the iirat ordinary meeting of the Borough Council is held after the 31 t day of DECEMBER NEXT. Dated at Akaroa this 17th day of May, 1916, G. W. THOMAS, Towc Clerk. Akaroa Borough Council,
THE NORTH CANTERBURY SHEEP FARMERS' CO-OPERATIVE FREEZING COMPANY, LTD. fjnHE Direotors invite Shareholders to at -A. tend the ceremony of laying the Foundation Stone of the Company's Freezing Works at Kaiapoi on THURSDAY NEXT, 25th inst, at X 1.30: Luncheon will be provided at 12 noon. Launches will run tripa down the Waimakariri Eiver. leaving Kaiapoi at 10 a.m. and 2 p.m The Directors uf the Kaiapoi Woollen Company hare kindly extended an invitation to Farmers who desire to visit the Mills during the day. G. D. GREENWOOD, Chairman.
IMPORTANT CLEARING SALE AT LITTLE RIVER ON TUESDAY, JUNE 6th. AT 12 O'CLOCK. MESSRS H MATSON AND CO having sold the goodwill of of the lease are now instructed by MR J. C C. REYNISB to hold, as above, a Clearing Male of the whole of his Live and Dead Stock. The list includes :— CATTLE— 17 Cows calving in the Spring 1 Purebred Jersey Bull 1 Cow in profit 3, Heifers calivng in the Spring 2 Calves HORSES— 2 Horses broken to Saddle and Harre IMPLEMENTS, SUNDRIES. ETC Spring trap and harness, sledge, oinßiifurrow plough, 50 gal. separator, thresh, ing sheets, oarrying sheets, flail?, sipve= grindstone, 60ft. J inch ruhber nearly new, and a host of far-'»in<-sundries, etc. Mr Reynish's oowa are a specially good lot, and comprise a wpII recognised herd They averaged £18 7a this year. » Lunohenn Provided H s MATSON AND CO. Auctioneers.
SALE OF DAIRY HERD MESSRS W. D. WILKINS AND PONS have received instructions from MR VERNON FIELD, of Port Levy, to sell by PUBLIC AUCTION nt DUVAUCHELLE B\LE. on JUNE 2nd, ALL HIS DAIRY HERD OF 27 COWS due tn calve in August and September. EVERY COW GUARANTEED. W. D. WILKINS AND SONS. Auctioneers. PRELIMINARY NOTICE. AUCTION SALE OF LAND, DUVAUCHELLE. MESSRS W. D WILKINS & SONS have reoeived instructions from MR JAMES CAIRNS to aell by PUBLTC AUCTION at DUVAUCHRLLE on JUNE 2nd, HI9 F*RM IN PIPER'S VALLEY, CONTAINING 75 ACRES. W D. WILKINS & SONS, Auottoreers
l.OriT. BLACK POCKET BOOK, containing £14 ia one pound notes, between Taka. matua and Duvauchelle Post Offioes. Finder rewarded £9 on returning to PETERS C/o Beath and Co., Christohuroh. MOTOR SERVICE. J PHILLIPS' MOTOR OAR o Will run to Chrißtohuroh ON WEDNESDAYS. FOR THE ADDINGTON MARKET Car leaves Akaroa at 7 a.m., and returnß from Christdbureh i p.m. Fares—Return £1 ss, single 15s. Will run to Little River other days, leaving Akaroi 9 a.m. SPECIAL TRIPS CAN BE ARRANGED. Telephone No. 35.
UTTLE RIVER CARRIAGE WORKS. (Established 20 Yeahr). Creamery Waggons and Gigs of all descriptions BUILT TO ORDER AND REPAIRED. Wheels Tyred Daily, Rubber Tyres fitted to Order. I have a FIR3T.CLASB PLANT and TRADESMAN to manage it bo savo your Railage and send your Order for me to execute, and thus support Local Industry. G. COLOMBU3, Proprietor. Little River.
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