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AMUSEMENTS. Hayward's Weekly Pictures To-night! To-night! Two Star Films— " THE MIRACLE " (Vita Drama) "THE GOVERNOR'S DAUGH- r TER" " ■- (Nora Drama, 2600 ft) Also extra to our ordinary programme "THE TRUSTEE OF THE LAW" J" will be screened (1060 ft). —Also — "Kathleen Mavoureen" "Gauinout Graphic" "Rabbit Industry in Victoria" "Pilgtimage to &lt Sirge" "Unwilling Sitter" and many othere. Couiimncing at 8 o'clock sharp. PENINSULA HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY. SPECIAL T3OSE QHOW. FECIiL JtiOSB DHOW. ODDFE; LOW'S HALL, /KAKOA, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 18. SCHEDULE. "' J Ist 2nd Prize Prize , 1. 3 Roses, varieties ..2 0 1 0 2. G Roses, vaiietiea ~ 2 G 10 3. 9 Rose?, varieties ..30 10 4. 12 Roees, varieties ..5 0 2 0 5. Best Bowl of Roses .. 2 G 10 G. 3 Rofe?, H.T., named varieties .. ..2 0 10 7 3 Roses, H.P 2 0 10 fci G Resee, H.P , numid varietisa .. ..26 10 9. G Hoses, H.T., named varieties .. ..2 6 10 10. 12 Hose?, named variety 5 0 2 0 11. Best Collection of Ho es — arranged separately ~5 0 2 0 t 12. 3 Varieties Climbing liose3 (olu3terp) ..20 10 13. 3 Roses, varieties (open to those who h*ve „* won a firet prizo at a Rose Show.. ..2 0 10 14. 0 Roses, varieties (open to (hose who have not won a first prize at a Rose Show .. ..2 6 1 0 SI 15. 3 Tea Rosea .. ..2 0 10 10. 0 Climbing Roees .. 2 G 10 17. 3 varieties Buttonhole Roses 2 0 10 18. 6 varieties Buttonhole Roses .. .. *. 2 6 10 19. Best Decorated Table ..50 2 0 S 20. Best General Collection of Cut Flowers, arranged in separate vases ..36 10 21. Collection of Rhododendrons .. ..2 6 10 22 2 Best arranged Vase of Cut Flowers .. ..20 10 23. 3 Pot Plants .. ..2 b 10 24. 6 Pot Plants .. ... 3 € 10 25. 6 Buttonholes .. ..2 0 10 27. 3 > adies' bprays ~20 10 28 Bouquet .. ..3 0 1 0 g 29. Mantel Dtooration ..30 1 0 *■ . REGULATIONS. 1. All entries 6d. payable in advance. 2. All reses to be shown with their own foliage. 3. All roses for competition must be gr wn or have been in possessnn of the exhibitor for at least eight wetks previous to the day of competifcirn, except in the case of flowerß and bouquets or floral deeigns. All pot plants must have been in pot for like _■ period. Any person breaking this rule shall have the whole of hi? exhibits disqualified. _ 4 All entries and all exhibits shall be delivered to the Seoretary not later than 10 a.m. 5. Only plain glass or earthenware vases to be used for decorating purposes. FG, It will be left to the discretion cf tbe Judge to decide whether an exhibit or _, exhibits are worthy of special prize. A F. ARMSTRONG, Hon, Sec. 2 < BANKS PENINSULA A. AND P, AS OCIATION. ANNUAL SHOW TUESDAY, NOVEMBeR 25, 1913 g AWA-ITI DOMAIN, LITTLE RIVER, £600 prize money £600 - £250 IN SPECIAL PRIZES &250 i Including Special Prize of £10 for Best Hack on Ground and £5 for Best Draught on Ground. ENTRIES CLOSE SATURDAY,! NOVEMBER 15th. Programmes and all information on applir ! oation to A. S. WATSON, Seoretary. Little River. CARNIVAL WEEK, MR CUSDIN will run a Coach at 5.30 a.m. from Duvauohella to connect with the 7.4> a.m. from Little River on SATURDAY, November Bth (Cup Day), arid MONDAY, November 10th, WEDNESDAY, November 12tb, and FRIDAY, November 14 (People's Da;), meeting the late train each of thcße eveningg, and also on SATURDAY, November 15th. Akaroa passengers taking the trip please notify Mr B. W. Henning. LITTLE RIVER DOMAIN BOARD. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, in accordance with the " Public Reserves and Domain Boards Act, 1908," Section 29 and Amendments, that the Awaiti Domain will be CLOSED to the public on NOVEMBER 25, and also on DECEMBER 26, 1913, except on payment of Is for each person or vehiale he takes with him, and that tli3 Banks Peninsula Agricultural and Pastoral Association is authorised to collect the Baid fees on November 25, and the Little River Athletic Sports Club on December 26, T. QUEALY, Hon. Sec. AGENCY. RES DENT AGENT~for Akaroa atd Die trict by b Chicago patents manu fo during; house to handle a very remarfcabli and exceptionally saleable electrical invea tion. Applications only considered fron business men, storekeepers or energetic lit men with abilities. Knowledge of electricit unnecessary. Successful applicant will b given every assistance and support end i assured of a good income, CHICAGO, e/o Gordon & Gotoh Melbourne, Victoria-

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXI, Issue 4348, 7 November 1913

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXI, Issue 4348, 7 November 1913

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