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AMUSEMENTS. f Hll-l/fw LEFT, BUT CANT 7T A j/.) 7n h\yward's no. JflvJVwm L7v S0 HEIIE GOES - HaywarcTs Weekly Pictures ODDFELLOWS' HALL. Grand Holiday Programme B©jc ng light (FRIDAY DEC. 26th.) Bfcar Film— "THE SHAUGHRAUN." (Part 1 and Part 11., 3000'fc). •' Scenes in Somerset" Scenic " The Ado, ted Son , ' Pr^ma " Ttio Safety Overcoat " Comic ■' Lieutenant Daring and the Ship's Ma=cot " Drama " Something Wrong with liessie " Comedy " Oaeis of the Zebans " fcceoie ' A Business Buccaneer " Drama '• On th i Tip of his Nosg " Oomio Commtnoi.- g at 8 o'clock sharp, Prices a? Usual— Iβ 6d end Iβ. DUVAUOHELLE SPJRTS CLUB A Sports He tiiip WILL RE HEI.I) IN MB. PfclCflAßD'S PADDOCK, ON THURSDAY. JANUARY 8, 1914 PROGRAMME. 1. ICO Yards, boys under 14. First priz ; 7a 6d, second 2s Gd, entry 6d I, Mnidin Race, 100 yds. First prize £1, secunl 10*, entry Is 6d 3. So iool Qirs Race, itOyds, First prize5-, Bcco.id 2s 6d 4, Bowli g Competition. First prize 10s, entrance Is o. 100 Yard 3, opan, handicap First prizs £ 1 10s, second 1-s', entry 2s 6. Ltt l ie 3 Thread the Needle, First prize trophy value 103, stcond tiophy value fs 7. Ectoolboys Relay Rase, 880jds, open to all Peninsula schools, for challenge khield presented by Messrs J. Gaekin tnl E. 11. Wright. Teama of four, each boy to run 220 yards. Each of winning team to receive silver medal. Er trmee 2s each team, 220 Yards, open, handicap. FirEt prize 85a, stcond 15s, entrance 2a CI 9, Stepping Competition, FirEt priaa 10?. Entrance Iβ. 10. High Jump, handicap. First prize lSg, second 5.*, entranoe Is Gd 11. Single ladi'B Rcce. First priza 10a, second 5i 12i Cigarette Race, j?iret priza 15. 1 , second 53 entry Is Gd 18, 440 Yards, open, handicap First prize £2 second 15j, entry 2s od 14. Hunters' Competilijn, open. Fir.t prize £1 10?, second 10?,-entry 3s 15. 220 Hurdle Handicap, open, First prfze £1 10s, second 10«, entry 2s IC. Married Women's Race. First prize 10s 8;00nd55 17. Tα ning Competition. First prze 103 Eecond ss, ei>iry Is 18. 880 Yards, handicap, epen. First prize £2 10j, Fecond £i, entry '6i 19. Men's Thread the Needle Bsce. First prize 10s, second 59, entry Is 20. 220 Yards, boya under 16. First prize 103, second ss, entry Is 21. Co isolation Race, 150 yarda. First prize 15s, second ss, entry Is. Nominations for events Nos, 5, 7, 8, 13, 15 and 18 close with the Secretary on 27ih December, 1913, at 4 p.m. All other events (tost entry. Last two years' performances to be given at time of entry. If none, last three performances to be given, Luncheon Booth on ground, Admission to ground Iβ. DANCE in Schoolroom at night. T. E McKENZIE, Hon. Sea. PUBLIC NOTICES. AKAROA HARBOUR LAUNCH SERVICES. C POOL'S Oil Launches • WAINUI,'- ---• "SPEEDY," "EMU," will run a? follows: — BAYS TIMETABLE, Leave Akaroa for Wainui 9 a.m. and 3 p.m. every SATURDAY. Leavo Akaroa for Duvauchelle Barry's Bay, and French Farm at 9 a.m. and 3 p.m. every TUESDAY. FARES ; Single Is. Return Is Gd. 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, Scknehy Nook and the Caves. Private Trips and Fishing ExcursioDn arranged. Eowicg Boats on Hire; Telephone Nγ; 39, Akaroa. G. POOL, Proprietor. ROYAL MAIL MOTOR COACHES AKAROA AND LITTLE RIVER, piLKINGTON'S Motor Coaches leave J- Akaroa daily at ',; a.m. to connect ft th mid-day train at Little River, Every Tuesday the motors will leave Akaroa at 12 o'clock, rekrniDg from Little River at 1.30 p.m., on and after TUESDAY NOVEMBER 4, Mail car will run rb usual, leaving Akaroa 9 a.m., returning 11.10 a.m. from Little River. FARE 7a. Telegrams: Pilkington, Akaroa. Telephone No. 5, Akaroa.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXI, Issue 4359, 23 December 1913

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXI, Issue 4359, 23 December 1913

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