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AMUSEMENTS. /J JftJ \A#||j LI FI ' BUT CAN ' T M HiYWABD ' S PIC " s0 mBE GoE '' Hayward's Weekly Pictures ODDFELLOWS' HALL. To-night ! To-night 2 The G eat Thrilling and Dramatio Photo Play— THE T7IRENCH QPY HE JJ BENCH fOPY (3000 ft, which takes an hour to screen) Also another Star Drama— "OVERDUE EXPRESS" '■ Anacni " Scenic j " Burmese Milk Industry "lodustrii I " Combination of the Safe " Drama " Fighting Instinct " Drama Albo— " Jim tha Boxer," '• lcene'a Infatuation," and " Orator Knight & Co." as comedies. Commencing at 8 o'clock sharp, Prices as Umal. COUNTY COUNCIL NOTICES. AKARIA COUNTY COUNCIL COCKSFOOT CN 105D3. mEs T DEBS era invited for the EIGHT JL J O CUT COCKSFOOT on the Main and Summit Roade. The conditions may be seen at ihe Council Chambers, Duvauchalle, or copies will be forwarded on application to ihe undersigned. Tenders, accompanied by the amount of tender plus 50 per cent deposit, will be re oeived until 10 a.m. on SATUEDAY, 20tb Deoember, 1913. G. H. O'CALLAGHAN, County Ck. k. PUBLIC NOTICES. LYTTELTON BY ELECTION. I TAKE this opportunity of THANKING my Committee and Supporters f r tie great amount of work done and the self' sacrifice displayed in the Lyttelton Byelection. The Lytteltcn Electorate is one of the most difficult seats in New Zaaland for the Government to contest. Last (lection i gave the largest majority in New Zealand •gainst Mr Massey, i,e 2079. Thie majority has been reduced to 226-a remarkable advance, The Liberals were defeated in the first ballot, and I have to thank them for their snpport in the second ballot, which is evi<dence of their recognition that the policy of the present Government is truly liberal and progressive. While wishing that my supporters and mjself could have secured a victory, I feel sure that when the strike ie over and the electors look back upon the ection of the Government in maintaining law and order and the right of the people to protest in opening the porte, they will, throughout the Dominion, show their appreciation in the ballot-box next election, M. J. MILLER. AKAROA HARBOUR LAUNCH SERVICES. C POOL'S Oil Launches "WAINUI," . "SPEEDY," "EMU," will run as follows :— BAYS TIMETABLE, Leave Akaroa for Wainui 9 a.m. and 3 p.in, I every SATURDAY. Leave Akaroa for Duvauohelle Barry's Bay and French Farm at 9 a.m. and 3 p.m every TUESDAY. FALES ; Single Is. Eeturn Is Od. SUNDAY EXCURSIONS. THE "WAINUI" will leave the Nev Wharf and Daly's Wharf at 2,15 p.m. Tver; SUNDAY until further notified (weathe permitting) for The Lighthouse, Scenert Nook and the Caves. Private Trips and Fishing Excursion arranged. Rowing Boats on Hire. Telephone No. 39, Akaroa. C. POOL, Proprietor. ROYAL MAIL MOTOR COACHE! AKAROA AND LITTLE RIVER. PILKINGTON'S Motor Coaches lea\ Akaroa daily at 8 a.m. to contei with mid-day train at Little River. Every Tuesday the motors will Akaroa at 12 o'clock, returning from Litt River at 1.30 p.m., on and after IUESDA NOVEMBER 4. Mail car will run as ueua , , leaving Akarc 9 a.m., retarning 11.10 a.m. from Lil River. FARE 7e. Telegrams: Pilkingtpn, Akaroa. Telephoi No. 5. Akaroa. ZEALAND RAILWAYS. NEW ZEALAND RAILWAY CHRISTMAS HOLIDAYS, 1913 OH Thursday, 25th December, tbe tre service on tbe Little River branch v< be entirely suspended. On Friday, 26th Deoember, tbe eveni train for Little Riv«r will leave Chriitchur at 6.10 p m, arriving Little River 8,25 p.m The midday train, Little River to IChri ohuroh will NOT run. A train leaves Lit River &t 6,40 p.m., arriving Cbrietohui 7,4§ 9,m. BY OBDEB,

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXI, Issue 4358, 19 December 1913

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXI, Issue 4358, 19 December 1913

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