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AMUSEMENTS. GOOD LUCK 1914 c Goodb;e 1013, and thank goodness ! We take this opportunity of wishing you all ' A PROSPEROUS AND HAPPY NEW 1 YEAR, Hayward's Weekly Pictures ODDFELLOWS' HALL. Grand Holiday Programme secured, Friday Next? JANUARY 2, 1911 including that great and thrilling Battle Film of 2500 ft long, and cos ing £15,000 to produce, "THE BATTLE OR SEIGt OF PETERSBURG." i A fco I ''Inhabitants • f Jungletown," (Natural History) "After the Bah' (comic) "A Romance on Pa," (drama) 1000 ft. "AGE VERSUS YOUTH" (Lubin) ' drama 1100 ft long, "Early Morning Reflections" (comedy) 1000 ft. "The Eternal Town" (scenic) "T E INHERITED SAINT" l (Star) drama 1200 ft. "The Battered Bridegrooms" (comic) FINAIL WARNING. \ny ptrgon found throwing lollies wil be prosecuted without further notice. C mm noing at 8 o'clock sharp. Pr'ces as Usual-Is 0J and 1b AKAROA HORTI ULTURAL SOCIETY, Summer Show. 1 HE ANNUAL SUMMER SHOW will be *- held in the Akaroa Oddfellows' Hall ,>n THURSDAY, JANUARY 1, 1914. Entries will betaken at the Oddfellows' Hall on WEDNESDAY EVENING from 7 pm to'Jpm, and on THURSDAY MORN- « ING up (o 10 am. In the Evening A PROMENADE CONCERT will be held. Music Guessing Competitions. F. ARMSTRONG, Hon. Src. NEW ZEALAND RAILWAYS. NEW ZEALAND RAILWAYS. hEW YEAR HOLIDAYS. ON Ist January the evening train, Christchurch to Little River, leaus Chriat-' courch 0.10 p m. arrive Little R ver 8 25 p.m. A t am leaves Little River at 545 p.m. and arrives Christehurch 7.40 p.m. For fuller pirticulars see handbills and posters. BY ORDER. PUBLIC NOTICES. PENINSULA SALEYARDS COMPANY. 1 DUVAUCHELLE SALE POSTPONED. OWING to the Holidays, the Duvauchelle r Sale has been postponed from Friday) " January 2nd, to FRIDAY JANUARY 9th. ] Tha Special Meeting to have been held on . January 2nd will also be held on January 9tb. C. W. LEF.TE, Secretary. _ _ 10 Yards ©f Silk ; for 2/6. CARRIAGE PAID. THE CEYLON SILK COMPANY has decided to make a special off-;r to advertise their Silks in Australia, to forward on receipt of postal order value 2/G, 10 yards of their famous guaranteed pure Washing Silk, ia fast colours, comprising the following shades :— White Pale Blue Black Violet Cream Saxe Reseda Rose Champagne Navy Cerise Amber No more than 10 yards will be supplied to each person (state colour definitely), and m*ke a second choice to prevent disappointment. Order early, as all orders will be executed ia rotation. This offer closes 14th January, 1914, Please mention this paper when ordering. CEYLON PiLK COMPANY, Central Chambers, t 17t P:t» Street. Sjdnf-y. I BLlt UGH COUiNCIh NOTICES AKAROA I3OKOUGH COUNCIL j In the matter of "The Municipal Corpor ationa Aot, 1908," and of "Tbe Local Bodies Loans Act, 1908," and the Acts amending the same. 9 fpHE Akaroa Borough Council hereby J- give publio notice that such Council S proposes to raise a Special Loan of One Thousand Pounds (£1000), for the purpose 1 f connecting the Grehan Valley Creek with thi Electric Light Reservoir in the Borough of Akaroa, and for other necessary work in 1 ran ection therewith, and to make an annual 3 reourring Special Rate of ONE SIXTH of % PENNY in the POUND on the Capital Value of all rateable property in the said Borough as security for the interest and sinking fund is in connection with such loan. The whole of I" 1&9 loan is to be repayable at the expiration of thirty years from the raising of the B ' loan, It is proposed to pay out of tbe loan •0 moneys the cost of raising tbe loan, and '1 the first year's interest of the loan during the h ooontruotion of the said works. j 0 Dated this Eighteenth D»y of D«c mber, 38 1913, G, W. THOMAS, Town Clerk.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXI, Issue 4360, 30 December 1913

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXI, Issue 4360, 30 December 1913