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AMUSEMENTS. Hayward's Weekly Pictures ODDFELLOWS' HALL. To-night! To-night I Friday Night, November 26th. Star Films— "LAND OF BURNS" (fcenic) "WILLIAM, THE POACHER" (drama) "TOE P3EUDO SULTAN" (John Bunny, leading star) — Also — "Monte Carlo" sceDic "In Robespierre's Time" drama "The Inexperienced Chauffeur" comic "The Coachman's Revenge" cocoic And Grand Star Film — "LADY OF.THE LAKE" (2571 ft long) Commencing at 8 o'clock sharp. Grand Holiday Programme. This Fine Programme will also be screened at OKAIN'S BAY ON Wednesday, Dec. 3.

PRELIMINARY NOTICE. ST. PETER'S SCHOOLROOM BUILDING FUSD, AKAROA. A PALE OF WORK will be held on the -£*■ a(ternoonß and eveningsof DECEVBER 10 and 11 in the Oddfellowd , Hall, i Entertainments in the evenirgs—Short Plays, Tableaux, etc, Gifts of Work and Produce are asked for. Ihefe may be sent to the Vicarage, or to J mv member of the Guild. L. B. JULIUS. " PUBLIC NOTICES. . < WRITTEN TENDERS will be rec ired at the Public Worke Office, Christoburcb, until NOON on THURSDAY, 4 h December 1913, (or ERECTION OP POdT OFFICE at A karoo. Drawing, specifications, ate, may be seen at the Public Works Office, Christchuroh, and Post Office, Akaroa. - No tender need necessarily be accepted, - H. DICKBON. Resident Engineer. Pubic Works Office, Christcburob, November 15th, 1913, STRAWBERRIES. VTTTANTED TO SELL-STRAWBER-Vf HIES in any quantity. Appy, , H. CATTERMOLE, German Bay. TRESPASSING NOTICE. WE, the undersigned, give public notice that anyone FOUND TRESPASSING jpon our properties with d g or gun or )ther.<ise. without first obtaining our periiisßion to do bo, will be prosecuted forlh.yith. HENRI LeLILVRE S. LkLIEVRE. Long Bay Road, German Bay, November 2ht, 1013. new Zealand Farmers' go- : OPERATIVE ASSOCIATION OF CANTERBURY, Ltd. Authorised Capital. £1,250,00; Subscribed Capital, £600,000; Paid up Capital, £360,000; Uncalled Capi:al, £V 40,000; Reserve Fund, £111,000. Annual Turnover exceeds £3,000,000, ■i% "A" CUMULATIVE SHARES OF £5 EACH. INVESTORS are hereby notified that Applications for the above Shares are now being received at the Head Office of the Association, Chtistohurcb, where all information and necessary Forms may be obtained, Early application invited to ensure allotment. E. W. RELPH, General Manager. "~~ AKAROA HARBOUR LAUNCH SERVICES. C POOL'S Oil Launches "WAINUI," • "SPEEDY," "EMU," will run as follows: — BAYS TIMETABLE. Leave Akaroa for Wainui i> a.m. and 3 p.m. every SATURDAY. Leave Akaroa for Duvauchelle Barry's Bay, and French Farm at 'J a,m. and 3 p.m. every TUESDAY. FARES ; Single Is. Return la (id. SUNDAY EXCURSIONS. THE "WAINUI" will leave the New Wharf and Daly's Wharf at 2,15 p.m. every SUNDAY until further notified (weather permitting) for The Lighthouse, Scenery Nook and the Caves. Private Trips and Fiehing Excursions arranged. Rowing Boata on Hire. Telephone No. 39, Akaroa. O. POOL, Proprietor. A NEW SHOP WITH THE OLL NAME GEO. V. GRAHAM , TAILOR AND OUTFITTER, TOBACCONIST, CONFECTIONER ANE FRUITERER, MAIN ROAD lITTLE RIVER. HAVING bad considerable alteration! to my premises, I am now in a posi tion to oater better for the public. I intern to keep the best class of goods obtainable and at all times to bo attentive to business etc In the Tailoring Department I hope t< m rit a share of your patronage, I wil endeavour to give you value for your money My prices bave been revised so as to mcc you, and I will at all times be pleased t CLEAN, PRESS and REPAIR your Clothe Don't Forget the Change of Mima

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXI, Issue 4352, 28 November 1913

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXI, Issue 4352, 28 November 1913

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