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AMUSEMENTS /SjuIAJRJ LEFT, BUT CAN'T 7\ J j\ 7w H\Y WARD'S PIC. S0 heke GOEs " Watch for Programme, Hayward's Weekly Pictures ODDFELLOWS' HALL. Friday Next, JANUARY 9, 1914 FINAL WARNING. Any person found throwing lollies wil be prosecuted without further notice, Commencing at 8 o'clock sharp, Prices as Usual— Iβ 6d and la PUBLIC NOTICES, TO LET\ Ar\ ACRES OP COCKSFOOT, low divnseed. To harvest on terms. Apply, W. MORGAN, E ibm on's Bay; WANTED. rpWJ SMALL PIGS. Apply •'AKAROA MAIL' , OFFICE. PEMNsULA SALE YARDS . COMPANY. DUVAUCHELLE SALE PO3TPONI£D. OWIKG to the Holidays, the Du\auchell<Sale has been postponed from FridayJanuary 2nd, io FiiIDAY JANUARY 9th. The Special Meeting to have been held on January 2nd will also be held on January 9th. C. W. LEETE, Secretary. BUSINESS NOTICES. aKAROA HAKBOUR LAUNCH SERVICES. C POOL'S Oil lauuche3 'WaJNUI, , , • "SPEEDY," "EMU," will run as follows: — BAYS TIMETABLE, Leave Akaroa for Waicui 9 am. and 3 p,mi every SATURDAY. Leave Akaroa for Duvauohelle Barry's Bay, and French-Farm at 9 a.m. and 3 p.m. every TUESDAY, FARES; Single Is. Return Is 6d. SUNDAY EXCURSIONS. THE "WAINUI" will leave the New Whorf and Daly's Wharf at 2.15 p.m. every SUNDAY until further notified (weather permitting) for The Lighthouse, Scineri Nook and the Caves. Private Trips and Fiebinj Excursions arranged. Bowing Boats on Hire; Telephone No; 39, Akaroa. C. POOL, -Pre prietor. ROYAL MAIL MOTOR COACHES AKAROA AND LITTLE RIVER. piLKINGTON'S Motor Coaches leave i- Akaroa daily at 9 a.m. to connect with mid-day train at Little River. Every Tuesday the motors will leave Akaroa at 12 o'clock, returning from Little River at 1.30 p.m., on and after TUESDAY NOVEMBER 4, Mail car will run as usual, leaving Akaroa 9 a.m., returning 11.10 a.m. from Little River. FARE 7s. Telegrams: Pilkington, Akaroa. Telephone No. 5, Akaroa. A NEW SHOP WITH THE OLL NAME GEO. V. GRAHAM TAILOR AND OUTFITTER, TOBACCONIST, CONFECTIONER AND FRUITERER, MAIN ROAD lITTLE RIVER. HAVING had considerable alterations to my promises, I am now in a position to cater better for the public. I intend to keep the best class of goods obtainable, aud at all times to bo attentive to business, etc In the Tailoring Department I hope to m rit a share of your patronage, I will endeavour to give you value for your money. My prices have been revised so as to meet you, and I will at all times be pleased to CLEAN, PRESS and REPAIR your Clothes Don't Forget the Change of Address ~ KEEP your eye on that cut or bruiie lest it take bad ways! You can avoid tho risk of blood-poisoning bj cleansing nod . beftUog tho wound at once with This powerful cleanser and healer is entirely free from animal oils and fats and mineral irritants: hence its superiority. Bo sure you always get Zam-Buk and keep it HANDY

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXII, Issue 4361, 3 January 1914

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXII, Issue 4361, 3 January 1914

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