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AMUirEftIENTK. Hayward's Weekly Pictures To-nightl * * To-itight ! Grand Star Films-— "VENGEANCE IS MINE" (Drama 2866 feet long) And "DOCTOR'S DEBT" (Lubin Drama 1005 feet). Also Gauroont Graphic " Miscarriage of Justice " " Palmerston North Show " "Martha Rebellion " (John BuQnj, comic) Scenic and others. BELIEF OF LUCKNOW, CotnmenciDg at 8 o'clock sharp. Also at Little River Sh@w Night November 25. Grand Holiday Programme. And at Okain's Bay, Wednesday, Dec. 3. PRELIMINARY NOTICE. ST. PETER'S SCHOOLROOM BUILDING FUND, AKAROA. \ SALE OP WORK will be held on the *£*. afternoons and evenings of DECEMBER 10 and 11 in the Oddfellow,' Hall. Entertainments in the evenings—Short Plays, Tableaux, etc, Gifts of Work and Produce are asked for. These may be sent to the Vicarage, or to any member of the Guild. L. B. JULIU3. CHRISTCHUROH DOMAIN ROSE CARNIVAL . SATURDAY, DECEMBER Gni FREE TRIP ART UNION TICKETS. let Prize—Trip to Australia (£5 to spend) 2nd Prize—Trip to Auckland Exhibition (£3 to spend) 3rd Prize—Tiip to Hanmer (£1 10s to spend) FOB WARD ]/. IN STAMPS and try your luck with a ticket. C W. HERVEY, p 0 Box 109 Secretary or 59 Cathedral Square, Cbriatchuich. COUNTY COUNCIL NOTICES. AKAROA COUNTY COUNCIL, ERECTION OF GOODS SHED. i'ENDERS Rre invited for the Erection of a Goods Shed at the New Onawe Wharf at Duvauehelle. Plans and Specifications can be seen at the County Council Chambers, where tenders will be received until 4 pm. on TUESDAY, November 25th. G. H. O'GALLAGHAN, County Clerk. PUBLIC NOTICES. AKAROA TOST OFFICE. WRITTEN TENDERS will be received at the Publio W»rke Office, Chriat ! church, until NOON on IHURSDAY, 4th December 1913, for ERECTION OF POST OFFICE at Akaroa. Drawing, specifications, etc, may be seen at tha Publio Works Office, Christchurcb, and Post Office, Akaros, No tender need neoessorily be accepted, .J. H. DICKSON. Resident Engineer. Public Works Office, Cbrfstobureb, Norember 15tb, 1913, STRAWBERRIES; TXTANTED TO SELL-STBAWBER-VV RIES in any quantity. Apply, MRS CATTERftfoLE, German Bay. SHOW DAY. •T7ISITORS to the Bank 3 Peninsula A. V and P. Show at Little River, should not miae DINING at the Central Luncheon Rooms, acroß3 the road, opposite the railway station. A FIRST-CLASS TABLE-ls Gd. Booking for Bcda taken over 'Phone No, 5 Evary attention given at the Livery Stables. Summer Drink 3— i Visit our loe Cream Parlour a'so see Window. M. A. PARSONS, Proprietress Successor to Mrs Johnston. TRESPASSING NOTICE. WE, the undersigned, give publio notice that anyone FOUND TRESPASSING upon our properties with d g or Run or otherwise, without first obtaining our pc - mission to do bo, will be prosecuted forthr with. HENRY LeLIEVRE S. LaLIEVRE. Long Bay Road, German Bay, November 21et, 1913, NEW ZEALAND RAILWAYsT NEW ZEALAND RAILWAYS. DUNEDIN A. AND P. SHOW AND TROTcTING RACES. HOLIDAY EXCURBION TICKETS will be issued to Dunedin from LytteU on, Kingston, and intermediate s'ation?, iooliding branches, from November 24th tc 28th, available for return till December 13th Inclusive* BY ORDER,

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXI, Issue 4350, 21 November 1913

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXI, Issue 4350, 21 November 1913

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