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i AMUSEMENT §LEFT, BUT CAN'I H\YWABD'S PIC. SO H' EE GOES. Haywards Weekly Pictures ODDFELLOWS' HALL. To-night I To-night I /ANNIVERSARY NIGHT) GRAND HOLIDAY PROGRAMME SECURED at great extra expense, including tbat Great Sensational Thrilling Star Film — BLACK TQLOOD" LACK J3LOOD" Nuid Star Drama, 3112 feet long) — Also - " CONSCIENCE " ;Vita Drama, 1000 ft, Costello in leading part) 'CHASED BY BLOODHOUNDS" (Comic 768 ft, Bunny leading part) —And— 'Australian Gazette" Topica •Holland from Dawn to Sunset" Scenic ; 'The Kid from Arizona" Drama "Old City of Carcassonne" Scenic "The Ever Smiling Lady" Comic Commencing at 8 o'clock eha-p, NEXT~FRIDAY NIGHT. Two Great Star Films— "OVERDUE EXPKESo" And "THE FRENCH SPY" (2892 feet) . And Many Other?,

SOCIAL. ODDFELLOWS' HALL. ASOCIAL will be held in the Oddfellows' Hall on THURSDAY, December 18th. Pianist, Stewart O'Neil. J. MeLenagban M.C Double Ticket 2s 6d. Lady's Ticket Is. Proceeds in aid of Hospital. LITTLE kTveR ATHLETIC" SPORTS CLUB. ENTRIES for events I, 2, 3, 4, 5, 7/9,11, 13, 17, 20, 23, and 24 olosa with the tion. Secretary on Decembor 18th at 8 p.m. Don't forget J. 0. Coop, Esq., gives a trophy for the -140 Yards District Handicap. GEO. BREITMEYER. Hon. Fee. 1..8 A.S.C. DUVAUOHELLE SPORTS CLUB. A Sports Meeting WILL BE HELD IN MR. PRICHARD'S PADDOCK, ON THURSDAY. JANUARY 8, 1914 PROGRAMME. 1. 100 Yards, boys under 14. First prize 7s 6d, second 2s 6d, entry 6d 2. Maiden Raoe, 100 yds. First prize £1, second 10a, entry Is 6d 3. Sohool Girls Race, 100 yds. First prize ss, second 2s Gd 4. Bowling Competition. First prize 10s, entrance la 5. 100 Yards, open, handicap. First prza £1 10s, second 15?, entry 2s 6d 6. Ladieß Thread the Needle, First prize trophy value 10», second trophy value 5s 7. Schoolboys Relay Raoe, 880 yds, open to all Peninsula schools, for challenge shield presented by Messrs J. Gaskin and E. O. Wright. Teams of four, each boy to run 220 yards. Each of winning team to receive silver medal. Entrance 2a eaoh team, 8. 220 Yards, open, handicap. First prize 355, second 15s, entrance 2s 6d 9. Stepping Competition. First prize 10a. Entrance Is. 10. High Jump, handicap. First prize 15s, second 5?, entrance Is 6d 11. Single Ladi's Race, First prize 10s, second 5s 12. Cigarette Kace, /irst prize 15*, second 5s entry Is 6d 13. 440 Yards, open, handiaap. First prize £2 second 15s, entry 2s 6d 14. Hunters' Competition, open. First prize £1 10s, second lOs, entry Bs 15. 220 Hurdle Handicap, open, First prfze £1 lOj, second 10», entry 2s 16. Married Women's Race. Firßt prize 10a second 5s 17. Turning Competition. First prize 10?, second ot, entry Is 18. 880 Yards, handicap, open, First prize £2 10s, Eecond £i, entry 33 19. Men's Thread the Needle Raoe. First prize 10a. second sa, entry Is 20. 320 Yards, boys under 16. First priza 10s, second ss, entry 1» 21. Consolation Race, 150 yards. First prize 153, second ss, entry Is. Nominations for events Nos. 5, 7, 8, I*s, 15 and 18 close with the Secretary on 27th December, 1913, at 4 p.m. All other events post entry. Last two performances to ba given at time of entry. If none, last three performances to bo given, Luncheon Booth on ground. Admission to ground Is. DANCFin School", room at night. , T.E.MoKBNaiB.Hcn.Seo.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXI, Issue 4357, 16 December 1913

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXI, Issue 4357, 16 December 1913

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