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TO LET. IO LET, Six-roomed House, in pleaI. sanl locality. Apply "Mail" Office. JO LET, Part of Furnished House; . beautifully situated. Use of all conveniences. Apply by letter to "Sunshine," "Mail" Office." FOR SALE. SALE, Chicks (White Leghorn), from- splendid laying strain; also .•settings of Eggs.—No.* 1 'Cwmbria-st. SALE, Cheap, Rubber-tyred L Gig and Harness, in good order. F. E. Hobson, Orinoco. iALE or Exchange.—Profitable NelK.~} son Farm {Fruit, Sheep, Hops), as a going concern. New House and Outhouses. Price of equity £1450. Will accept part cash, or part property, in exchange; balance at low interest. Write M.%... "Mail" Office. FOR S A :. 11. HAVE decided to offer my well- _ known FREEHOLD PROPERTY for Absolute Sale, comprising 264 Acres of Land, with 9-roomed House, etc. Apply Wm. HASTILOW, Korere. FOR SALE, Horse, Dog Cart, and Harness; also Single and Double Buggy. Apply Newman Brothers. FOR SALE BY TENDER. AIRY FARM, MURCHISON, known as "EDGEHILL," containing 78 Acres Freehold, with 76 Acres Lease in Perpetuity. Three-quarters of mile from Factory. Suitably divided and well watered. * All necessary Buildings, including new Cowshed and Milking Plant, Stable and Barn. Now running 40 head Cattle, besides Shaep and Horses. Tenders close 3rd September, 1914. The highest or any tender not necessarily accepted. ALEX. SUTHERLAND, Murchison. FOR SALE, Egss ; good laying strains Silver Wyandottes and White Leghorns 5s setting; pc-'sted 5s 9d.—A. J. Mund,y, Stoke. ORCHARD LANDS FOR SA-L«. ITOKE. —19 Acres; 12£ in Orchard, coming into bearing; £l5O per Acre. UPPER MOUTERE.— dS Acres, being the last and best of the now famous Bell Orchards; 8 Acres in Apples; mostly young; £22 per Acre. Acres; several good Orchard Sites,, balance highly suitable fc/r forestry purposes. £4 pel acre. J. F. BELL, Nelson. SALE OF SPLENDID PROPERTY, ADJOINING RAILWAY STATION, RICHMOND. TENDERS are invited by the Public Trustee in the Estate of CHARLES WIX, deceased, for the Purchase of : Lot 1, Part Section 220;, containing 9£ Acres, with Hoiiestead. .' This property is some of the best land' in the district, laneous Orchard; also valuable 'Rhubarb Beds, just coming into bearing./ This Property would sub-divide for Building Sites, and adjoins the Richmond Railway Station. k ; Lot 2.—Being part of Section 220, containing 1 Acre, with Modern Dwelling of 5 rooms thereon» and sufficient Land suitable for Building Sites. Tenders will close on the 29th August, 1914, at Noon. Conditipns* particulars, and Forms of Tender can b$ obtained at the Post Office, Richmond, |or the office of the undersigned. t. JAMES E. ALLEN, District' Manager, Public Trust Office. Nelson.

h BARGAIN Of\f\ ACRES FREEHOLD, within £\J\J li Miles of Railway Station. 50 Acres Level, and nearly all the balance Ploughable. Ring-fenced, Subdivided, and well "Watered. 10 Acres in HOPS; should return "at least £6OO. Lies well to the Sun. Will winter 200 Ewes, besides other Stock, and Crops. New Dwelling of 6 rooms; new Hop Kiln, Stable, and Cowshed: School and Post Office within One Mile! The price asked is low,, namely, £l3 per Acre. Cash required £SOO, and balance at 5 per cent, for term. Reasonable offers will be considered. Early applications ' necessary to tin Sole Agents. J. PORTER HARRIS & SON", IsorwicL Union Chambers, Nelson. NET SON OT MUSIC. Affiliated to the Associated Board Royal Academy of Music and Royal Colleg© of Mucic, London.) "RUSTEES: Messrs Cock, Poll, Gibba, King, Maginnity, And Rot.. J. P. Kemothorne. STAFF: 4<;t:ng-Principal: Mr JSrio Water*. Teacher* of Pianoforte.—Mis* Dora Jud&on, Misa Phyllis Fell, and Mr. Er-it Tater*. Teacher of Violin: Miss Phyllis Fell. Teacher of Singing, Organ, and Musical FEES :—The full fees for Tuition, a» *et forth in the following list, are 90*, 40s, 70s, and 35a respectively; but if payment is made within eight week* after commencement jof term, discount will be allowed, makihg the reduced amounts aa follows: — > Organ:—One hour lesson pe T week, and three hour*' practice: 80s per term. Other Practical Subjects: —One hah. hour lesson per week t 35g per term. Two half-hour lessen* per week: 60s per term. \- Harmony and Counterpoint.—One halfhour per week : 30a. per torm. Railway Concessions : Bam* a* to Technical School Pupils. . W. T. B$ UNDELL, Secreta-yj C/o Messr Begg and Co.,

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 5, Nelson Evening Mail, Volume XLV, Issue 0, 27 August 1914

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