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The Post Office is still opposite. WATCH MY WINDOW Foi’ Result of New Zealand and Australian Match : also result of the World’s Champion Sculling Match between Webb (N.Z.) and Towns (Australia). N. J. KEAME, TOBACCONIST & NEWSAGENT. DEE STREET. E. ih wt MM R. District Lands and Survey Office, Invercargill, 12th July, 1907. NOTICE is hereby given that the undermentioned Crown Lands will be opened for sale or selection at this office on or after Wednesday, the 28th clav of August, 1907. Under "THE LAND ACT, 1892.” Sections 6, 28, 31 and 21, Block X, and 48, Block IX, Waikawa District, ranging in area from 95 acres to 134 acres. Capital A’alue 15s per acre. Weighted with A'aluation for timber as follows :—Section 6, £llO ; section 28, £42 10s ; section .31, £95 10s ; and section 21, £2O. Sale plans now issued. Further particulars and application forms may be had at this office. JOHN HAY. Commissioner of Crown Lands. E. E. Department of Lands, Invercargill, July 12th, 1907. NOTICE is hereby given rhat the undermentioned Sections will be submitted to public auction for Cash at this office on WEDNESDAY, the 21st day of August, 1907, at 11 a.m.— Section 6, Block VIII, Town of Walk aka, area 1 rood. Upset price £5. Section 31. Block XV, New River Hundred. Area 164 acres. Upset price £B2. Section 2, Block XXV, Town of Lmnsden. Area 2 acres. Upset price £4. Sale plans now issued. Further particulars may be had on application at this office. JOHN HAY. Commissioner of Crown Lands.

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Page 10 Advertisements Column 1, Southern Cross, Volume 15, Issue 16, 3 August 1907

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Page 10 Advertisements Column 1 Southern Cross, Volume 15, Issue 16, 3 August 1907

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