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AMUSEMENTS. tLIFT, BUT CAN'T HaYWARD'S PIC SO HEBE GOES, Hayward's Weekly Pictures

[ODDFELLOWS' HALL. Grand Holiday Programme Box fig Wight (FRIDAY DEC. 26th-) Star Film— "THE SHAUGHRAUN." (Part 1 and Part 11., 3000 ft). " Scenes in Somerset" Scenic " The Adopted Son" Drama " Tbe Safety Overcoat " Comic " Lieutenant Daring aud the Ship's Mascot " Drama " Something Wrong with Bessie " Comedy " Oa=is of the Zebans " Scenic " A Business Buccaneer " Drama '• On the Tip of his Nose " Comic Cornm ncing at 8 o'clock sharp. Prices as Usual-Is Gd and Is. AKAROA HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY. Summer Show. r I THE ANNUAL SUMMER SHOW will be *- held in the Akaroa Oddfellows' Hall on THURSDAY, JANUARY 1, 1914. Entrie3 will be taken at the Oddfellows' Hall on WEDNESDAY EVENING from 7 p.m to 9 p m , and on THURSDAY MORNING up lo 10 a.m. In the Evening A PROMENADE CONCERT will be held. Music. Guessing Competitions. F. ARMSTRONG, Hon. Sec, DUVAUCHELLE 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. Firat prize 7s 6d, second 2s 6d, entry b'd Maiden Race, 100 yds. First £1, Becond 10a, entry Is Gel , Sohool Girls Race, 100 yds, First prize Of, second 2d (3d , Bowling Competition. First prize 103, entrance Is , 100 Yards, open, handicap. First prize £1 10s, second 13), entry 2s 5. Ladies' Thread tha Needle Race. First prize 10a 6d given by the New Zealand Farmers' Cooperative tion, second trophy value ss. , Schoolboys Relay Raoe, 880yda, open to all Peninsula schools, for challenge shield presented by Messrs J. Gaskin and E. H. Wright. Teams of four, each hoy to run 220 yards. Each of winning team to receive silver meda'. Entrance 2s each team, . 220 Yards, open, handicap. First prize 355, second 153, entrance 2s Gd , Stepping Competition. First prize 10s, Entrance Is. 0. High Jump, handicap. First prize 15s, second ss, entrance Is Gd 1. Single ladies Race, Firet prize 10a, second 5i 8, Cigarette Race, j?irat prize 153, second -j3 entry Is Gd .3, 440 lards, open, handioap. First prize £2 second 15s, entry 2s Gd i 4. Hunters' Competition, open. Firtt prize £1 10s and special prize of 10a Gd given by Messrs H. Matson <fc Co,. eecond 10s, entry 3s. 15 220 Hurdle Handicap, open, First prfz« £1 103, second 10*, entiy 2s L 6. Married Women's Race. First prize 10; sscond 5? 17. Turning Competition. First prize 10i second ss, entry Is 18. 880 Yards, handicap, open. First prizi £2 10a, Eecond £1, entry 3s 19. Men's Thread the Needle Rfice; Firs prize 10s, second ss, entry Is 20. 220 Yards, boys under 16. First prizi 10s, second ss, entry Is 21. Consolation Race, 150 yards. First priz. 15 J , second ss, entry la. 22. Sheep-Guessing Competition. Prize 15s Entry Gd, Mr R. Latter gives £2 2a to be distributein prize Nominations for events Nos. 5, 7, 8, 13, 1 and 18 closo with tho Secretary on 27* December, 1913, at 4 p.m. All other evenl post entry. Laßt two years' performances t be given at time of entry. If none, laßt thre performances to be given, Luncheon Booth on ground. Admission to ground Is. DANCE in Schoo room at night. T. E. McKENZIE, Hon, Sec. PUBLIC NOTICES.""" CLAIMS FOR THE NZ. VVA MEDAL, NOTICS ia Hereby Given that appl cations for the Now Zealand Wi Medal will close at Headquarters, N. Military Forces, Wellington, on tha ill MARCH, 1911, after which date no furth fllaima will be considered. E, 8. HEARD, Colonel, Commanding NZ. Military Forces,

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXI, Issue 4360, 26 December 1913

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXI, Issue 4360, 26 December 1913

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