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Page 1 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser — 29 June 1886
3SUNinu*N _l*o_ic«» STARTLING Announcement WHO'S tourTAILOR P IMMENSE AUCTIONS. rpHE following is an example of my Cash Prices: TWEED TROUSERS 01 foOT £* to order £ &amp;SUD RIDING Ditto OA to measure _) V_/S TWEED SUITS, mado Q A QA to order fromOUS to UJS Black Diagonal COAT) and VEST (bound) (O t_ 1 A and TWEEDfaji) ±US TROUSERS j All Goods well Shrunk before made up. Perfect Fit Guaranteed. FIRST-CLASS ASSOKTMKKT OF TO CHOOSE FROM. O N 8A L &quot;B. A good assortment of Ready-made CLOTHING of Colonial Tweeds. A splendid line of Gentlemen's Regatta SHIRTS. The best stock of Men's MERCERY in Akaroa. iSgT Patronize Local Industry and keep the money in Akaroa, especially when you can save money by so doing. O. ALGER, &quot;ZEALANDIA&quot; HOUSE Lavaud Street, Akaroa. Notice. Notice. H. MOTTRAM T3EGS to inform the public that he ' WILL CONTINUE BUSINESS IN THB Premises recently occupied by- Mr J. Hayward, and solicits continuance of the patronage he ha...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 6 [Newspaper Article] — Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser — 29 June 1886
Cr. Ul;ic_£ i CRITERION HOUSE. , G. BLACK, i V —, a T IRE C T TMPORTEi • OF 1 5 • Fancy Goods, ' Clothing, Boots &quot; CARPETS i. — ■■ flgr RENNET AND COLORING i * ( &gt; TUBT APENBDFIVE CASKS OF NEW CROCKERY Consisting ov BREAKFAST, TEA AND DINNER SETS, BEDROOM SETS, DISHES, PLATES, CUPS &amp; SAUCERS, GLASSWARE, _jc, &lt;&amp;«., &lt;fco. ALL GOODS AT LOWEST PRICES. THE HIGHEST VRICE GIVEN FOR PRIME LOAF AND MEDIUM SIZES CHEESE. GASH BUYER OF COCKSFOOT IN Large or Small Quantities. Agent f or N.Z. Insurance C«. G. Black, Beach. Road, Akaboa.
Shipping. [Newspaper Article] — Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser — 29 June 1886
Shipping. PORT OF AKAROA IJIOII W.vrivi:. ,i&lt;rn. Evf-n T..pr'l v J«'h&quot; •- 01: ' - ■'•■ ll Wwlm-wlny ~ &quot;'0 ... 1 ■'' • 1 &quot; ;5 Tli.ir-.lny&quot; Ju'y 1 ... '2 - • ••■ 2 3&quot;' FruUV ~ _ ... *1 •- :U1 K.it»r.Uy ~ '■&gt; ... 4_ •■• i? 2 Suii.Uv ~ 4 ••• *&gt;'2 •-• '* 32 Mcm.lhy „ » - UL - G2y JUIRIVKD. -.him _4—A-!ie« J-.-iiie. ketch, 27..„10n5i, Johnson, t'niiti Lyttelton. 27—Urnftnn. »»., 240 tons. Hill. from .V)'ui»-.iiii. PfsHeiiKers— Mea.xrn 3yine and Holding. S.VILKI'. June 27— Gralton, s.s., 240 tonw. Hill, hvt Ly»i«ltori. PrtKcen«fi.s —Mf* ami MinH iLtylo. k, Messr* Hutea sn.i Haylock, and t ivn herr«!£e. .lime 2ft — M«rjjf*ret, ketch, 20 tons, MiUquat, lor Lytt'hon. IliroT.TS. Per A'ice J .me—l »'&gt;' i potatoes, 5 ?I&lt;b meal. 40 tonn co.il. CoimigneeH—Duxbury, Kintreton. W. 11. flemiing. Per Grafton 158 hlcs potatoes, 31 aks wheat, 30 do flour. 15 do barley, 35 bags Hour. I h...
CORN EXCHANGE. [Newspaper Article] — Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser — 29 June 1886
CORN EXCHANGE. The fallowing is the CoitN Exchange report : — The produce markets generally have remained stationary during the past week. Wheat hao not quite such a buoyant tone, but last week's prices are well maintained for both prime Tuscan and Pearl, both of which descriptions meet with tho best iuquiry from local millers, and for seed purposes Tuscan and Peirl aro changing hands at 4n to 4h Id ; Hunter's, at 3s' lOd to 4« ; second quality is irregular at from 3s G 1 to 3s lOd ; chick wheat is still scarce at 3b to 3-4 :id. Barley maintains its improved tone for prime malting parcels, which are worth 3s Id to 3s 3d, but second quality lots, offering in large &quot;quantities, are difficult to quit at over 2s 7d to 2s iOJ. Feed sortßhave their tiest outlets in the country districts at 2s 3d to 2* sd. Ryegrass and cocksfoot havo-received more notice from buyers, and several 'ine.s liavo changed hands. Machine dressed is held fur OS 3d, and fanners' parcels are taken up at...
AUCTIONEERS' REPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser — 29 June 1886
AUCTIONEERS' REPORTS. Messks Miles and Co. report : — Addington—The entry of fat sheep ou Wednesday represented a considerable inert-ado oo that of last week, although, as bus been tho case for coma considerable time, the principal portion wis composed of medium and inferior quality. Good straight lines of crossbred wethers fit for e_oort aro seldom to be met with in thoso yard-, and when nvailablo elicit good competition aud outside values as compared with prices of other descriptions. The attendance of buyers was somewhat weaker than of laic, and beyond one or twoHmall lin.s there was no enquiry for freezing. Business, therefore, diuigtred somewhat. Although wo do not quoto a decline. in values of bf.st quality, medium and inferior mutton certainly receded, lie.t wethers sold at from lis Gd to 12s 6d ; medium ditto from 8i to 10s. In store sheep business was almost nominal, the entries comprising only a few lots of inferior crossbred ewes, which war. exceedingly dull of Side at ve...
The Akaroa Mail. TUESDAY, JUNE 29, 1886. [Newspaper Article] — Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser — 29 June 1886
The Akaroa Mail. TUESDAY, JUNE 29, 1886. Noticic.—Mr G. Black's sale is postponed, owing to the weather, to Friday and Saturday next. School Inspection. —Mr W. L. Edge has been paying-visits to the Peninsula schools during the past week. 'Frisco Mail. —This mail arrived at Auckland on Saturday morning. It is'expected to reach Lyttelton to-day, aud will probably reach here on Wednesday. I.O.G.T.—As will be seen by advertisement elsewhere, Mr Harding will be in Akaroa ou Thursday, and a public meeting will be held in the Temperance Hall that evening. Leivt Out.—Letters from Messrs Robert Hay, D. LeComte, jun., and &quot;Justice&quot; are unavoidably held over till Friday, owing to pressure ou out space, as are also leading matter aiid some interesting items.. S.S. MAHINAPUA.—Attention is called&quot; to an advertisement appearing, elsewhere, notifying the s.s. Mahinapu will liot.arrive here.till to-morrow, sailing south same day. ■ She will not arrive here on h...
EUROPEAN. [Newspaper Article] — Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser — 29 June 1886
EUROPEAN. Received Juue 28th, 2.45 p.m. London, June 27. Mr Oonliffe Owen, Secretary of the Royal Commission of the Colonial and Indian Exhibition, has been created Knight Commander of the Bath. Sir Samuel Davenport, of-South Australia, Professor Yon Haast, of New Zealand, Mr J. F. Garrick, of Queensland, and Mr Graham Berry, of Victoria, have been created Knights Commanders of Si.' Michael and St. George, rind Mr Joseph Hosissito, of Victoria, Companion of the same order, Berlin, June 27. Austria and Gormany have sent communications to Russia, warning • hor against taking independent action with regard to Bulgaria. Received June 28th, noon. Mt* Gladstone, who has boon oh &quot;a visit to Manchester, was everywhere received with great enthusiasm. He has now gone Spofforth has quite recovered from the injury to his hand sustained in the match with tho Gentlemen of England on the 3rd inst. A Ball, organised by prominent Colonists now in England, was held in the Guildhall last ...
INTERPROVINCIAL [Newspaper Article] — Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser — 29 June 1886
INTERPROVINCIAL (FROK OOR OWN ConitEBPOHDENT.) CHRisTonrjaCH, June 28. The schooner Pelican, owned by Mr Waller, of Christchurch, and bound to Lyttelton from Kaipara with timber, has been washed ashore bottom up, near Waitotara Point, about fifteen miles to the Nor'ard of Wanganui. Tho crew of six hands are all supposeel to have been drowned. Tho cutter Hannah, while working oat of Pelorus Sound, was struck by n sudden squall off East Entry point, and turned turtle. The crew., had barely time to jump into the boat and cast her adrift before the cutter went, down in deep water. The news from Samoa by the mail states that peace has been concluded between MalieWs party and the rebels, and that the German flag, which had been causing so much anxiety and excitement, is to be hauled down. The rebel chiefs eigned submission on board the American war 6hip Mohican, in the presence of the English, German, and American Consuls. This result ha 3 been brought about chiefly by the action of the A...
LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser — 29 June 1886
LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. In the Legislative Council on Thursday a number of Bills were considered in Committee. In the Justices of tho Peace Bill, an amendment exempting Doctors of Medicine from the rota was carried. June 25 In the Council a number of Bills were read a first time_ and Sir F. Whitaker moved tho second reading of the Limitation of Votes Bill, which, after a most animated debate, in which &quot; My lord ofß bob a day&quot; was frequently referred to, was lost by 26 to 14. Tho Mining Companies Bill pawed ita second reading. Adobato on the Gold Duties Abolition Bill was adjourned to to-day.
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES. [Newspaper Article] — Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser — 29 June 1886
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES. June 24. Several Bills were introduced nod advanced a stage. Mr Mos&quot; moved—'' Thptit ie desirable to impose customs duties on all machinery now imported duty free, bat wliich can be manufactured well and cheaply in the Colony, nare being taken to make a corre-, nponding reduction in dntieß on articles not manufactured in N.Z., in order that the total taxation may not be increased.&quot; He spoke at some length on the necessity of protecting machinery of various kinds, and pointed out tbat many iron foundries were now closed, and some of tbe best workmen were leaving: tbe Colony for want of work. Sir R. Stout said of course the Government would, not oppose the motion, as it was simply re-echoing the policy proposed last session, which Mr Moss opposed. A debate ensued, lasting till 4J*° 5.30 adjournment. The Wellington and Wanganui Education District Bill, Issh Auction Bill, and Employment of Femalesand Others Amendment Bill, and' Small B...
AKAROA COUNTY COUNTY. [Newspaper Article] — Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser — 29 June 1886
AKAROA COUNTY COUNTY. A meeting of this Council was held on Saturday. Present—Messrs W. Masefiold (chairman), Pettigrew, Hay, Thacker, Piper and Barnett. MINUTES. Tho minutes of the prior special and ordinary meetings were read and confirmed. engineer's report. The following report of Engineer was read :— ■ &quot; Akaroa, June 20, 1000. c Sir,—l have to report on the works being carried on by the Council as follows : Summit Road—Edmondson and party and Howitt Bros, have nearly completed their contracts, and would have done so already but for tho large slips and the severe weather. In the finished parts of road 1 have tiad the slips sufficiently cleared to allow horses to pass. Bridge at lown Boundary—The Contractor (under tbo Borough Council) is making good progress, and will probably complete under ! contract time. Robinson's Bay. Culvert at Swamp, and ro-erecting Main Bridge-— As instructed, I have called for tenders for these works, -They- are included in one contract bec...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser — 29 June 1886
a. _. isei-tii _ e®. Argvle House. pIUC.ULAR or DESPERATELY CHEAP GOODS. NOW BEING IS S U E D. SEE YOU GET ONE IN YOU a PAPER. G. L. BEATH AND CO. *%'._. Clnthliig factory Important. WE are now SHOWING our NEW GOODS for the approaching season. We have a very Fine Assortment of, MEN'S' SUITS, r specially made for the Can- . terlmry trade. Our Children', and Boys' Departments are replete with the Latest Stylos in Tweeds, Serge, and Jersey Suits, and our Stock of Men's, Boys', and Little Children's Felt and Straw Hats has to be seen to be appreciated. HALLENSTEIN BROS., NEW ZEALAND CLOTHING FACTORY 196, Cashkl Strekt, JsEiiiisi«**a Xoticvtt NOTICE TO FARMERS. RYEGRASS, COCKSFOOT, CHEESE. TTA YEA ND R T E It ARE CASH PURCHASERS in any quantity at highest market prices CORNSACKS, full size and weight, . ex 'Calcutta,' at Lowest Rates. 10—Cathed-al Square,—lo Christchurch, And at Lyttelton. Wauft«*_ A MARRIED COUPLE. Man must bo able to milk. Apply to &quot; FRANCOfS LELIEVRE.
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser — 29 June 1886
, ;p^i*fiß|htt]ttfe. H. E. May &amp; Co. PROOF THAT by purchasing from us you SAVE 3s Qd in the Jg. White Turkish Towels, 6|d Scoured .Grey Calico, 2s 9d per doz White Blankets, 2yds long, 8s lid per pair Lace Curtains, 6yds long, 3s 9d per pair Cretonnes, sid per yard All Wool White Flannel, 10£ d per yard Window Muslins, 3|d per yard Linen Table Damask, Hyds wide, Is 3d Scarlet Flannel, all woof, 10£ d per yard Black Velveteen, Is 3d per yard Strong Winceys, 6Jd per yard Heavy Homespun, 6|-d per yard Grey Silesia, 3|d per yard Brown Holland, 4|d per yard Ladies' Knitted Wove Skirts, 2s lid each Ladies' Chemises, Is lid each Ladies' Nights, 2s 6d each Bedroom Door Slips, Is lid each Men's Oilskin Coats, all sizes, 16s 9d Boys' and Men's F.P. Caps, 9d each Youths' Black Canadian Hats, Is 9d Men's Black Canadian Hats, 3s 3d Men's Tweed Hats, 2s 3d each .] Gents' L.W. Sox, 9|d per pair Gents' Kaiapoi Sox,&quot;ls 6d per pair Gents' White Shirts, 3s 9d each Colored Sam ...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser — 29 June 1886
Auction §ase» SbljSErlolLrrFUl^^ THE undersigned has been] favored with instructions from Mrs Barry and other Clients to SELL at her residence, Jolie Street, To-Day, At 2 p.m. A large quantity of HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE and other Effects. Consisting of—Tables, Chairs, Sofas, Bedsteads, Cheffonier, Crockery Ware, and other useful Goods too numerous to particularise. This bona fide Sale is well worth the attention of those furnishing or adding to their household goods, as the articles to be offered are new, and of first-class quality. SALE at 2 p.m. SHARP, WITHOUT RESERVE. A. I. McGREGOR, Auctioneer. SALE POSTPONED. rpHE SALE OF— DRAPERY, CLOTHING, CROCKERY, &amp;0., AT CRITERION HOUSE, IS POSTPONED TO Friday AND Saturday; JULY 2nd AND 3rd. a. i. McGregor, Auctioneer. ' HEAD OF BAY SALE. THE usual MONTHLY SALE of | CATTLE HORSES, &amp;0., will! be held on FRIDAY, July 2nd, at the | Yards of the undersigned, at Noon. j a. i. McGregor, ! Auctioneer, j JBiatvWniiiiiteii.-* To...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser — 29 June 1886
Auction fifties &lt; FREEHOLD ESTATE. 1 HHHE undersigned has received in-7 .JL structions from H. L. Aylmer, • Esq., to SELL, at the LONG-ROOM, BRUCE'S HOTEL, ON Saturday, i JULY 10th, 2 p.m., his FREEHOLD PROPERTY, &gt; Onuku Valley, Consisting of &gt; 150 AORES. With Newly-built Dwelling HOUSE, 3 and other improvements ; also I i AA CHAINS SHEEP-PROOF i SjJ FENCING. The property is within an hour's ride of Akaroa, and will carry a large number of sheep or cattle per acre. A large amount of the purchase money can remain at a low rate of interest. The Terms are so easy that a large amount of the capital value can be paid out of the Cocksfoot crop from year to year. SALE ON JULY 10th, at 2 p.m. TERMS AT SALE. a. i. McGregor, Auctioneer. _Pul»lic I*fotic« AMI^ED^OTICEr^^ TO THE .RATEPAYERS AND INHABITANTS OF THE BOROUGH OF AKAROA, AND OF THE AKAROA COUNTY, AND OF THE AKAROA AND WAINUI ROAD DISTRICT. THE OKAIN'S BAY AND LeBON'S BAY ROAD DISTRICTS, rpAKE NOTICE t...