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AMUSEMENTS. Hay ward's Weekly Pictures ODDFELLOWS' HALL. Friday Next, March 27th. Grand Star Programme, PROGRAMME : ! Great Star Films— "MORE PRECIOUS THAN GOLD" (Edison Drama, 1000 ft) " Lieut. Daring and the Plans of the Mine Field" (B. and 0. Drama, 1428 ft) —Also — "Marshes of Aristano" scenic "The Imposter" drama "Johnny Goes Ducking" ooraic "Beautiful North Tyrol" scenic '•Unforseen Events" comic "Tweedledum's Exploits" comic "Bethlehem and Palestine" scenic ••The Court's Decree" drama "Simple Simon Costumer" comic Popular Prices—Front Seats and Gallery Is 6d, Back Seats Is. AKAROA DISTRICT HIGH SCHOOL... ANNUAL PICNIC. riIHE S.S. CYGNET will leave the New JL Wharf at 10.30 a.m., returning from Wainui at 5 p.m. TO-DAY, TUESDAY, March 24 th. Addlts Is. Children Fbke. J. H. NEWTON, Chairman School Committee AKAROA BOATING CLUBANNUAL SOCIAL. THE Annual Scoial will be held in the Akaroa BoatiDg Club's sbedi on THDBBDAY NEXT, March 26. All friends cordially invited. Dancing 8 p.m. Gentlemen 3d. * M. DALY, Hon. Sec. OKAIN'S BAY SPORTS. ANNUAL T\ /TEETING NNUAL IVIeETING TO BE HELD OK THE RECREATION GROUND, OKAIN'S, OS THUBBDAY, APRIL 16th, 1914. PROGRAMME: Part X. To start at 11 a.m. 1. Boys' Bace under 15 years (220 yds; First prize 10a, lecend ss, third 2s 6d; entry 6d. 2. 220 Yards Handicap. First prize 40a, Becond 153, third ss; entry 2s 6d. S. Long Jump Handicap. First prize 15s, second ss; entry Iβ. 21. Thread the Needle Ratie for Men. Prize • 10s; entry Is. 5. Thread (he Needle Race (or Ladies. ,' Prize 10a; entry free. 6. 880 Yards Handioep. First prize 50c, eeoond 15s, third ss: entry 3?. 7. Putting the Shot Handicap. Prize 15b; entry Iβ. 8. 100 Ynrds Handicap (in heat*). First pnze £5, second 20?, third 10s; entry ss. LUNCH 12.30 p.m. to 1.30 pm. Part 2. 9. Final 100 Yards Handicap. 10. Bicycle Bace, local (1$ miles). Prize 20s; entry Is. 11. 100 Yards Handicap, Boys under 15, First prize 10g, second sa, third 2a Gd; rntry 6d. 12. Hop, Step and Jump Handicap. First prize 15s, second ss; entry Is. 13. 440 Yards Handicap. First pr'ze 60s, second 20s, third 10e; entry 3s. 14. Single Ladies' Raoe. First prize 20s, ! second 10b ; entry free. 15. Married Ladies' Race. First prize 203, second 10s; entry free. 16. Mile Walk Handicap. First prize 30s. second 10s; entry 2s. 17. High Jump Handicap, First prize 15s, eecond ss; entry Is. 18. Mile Run Handicap, Boys under 15. First prize 20s, second ss, third 2s 6d; entry 6d. ' _ 19. Mile Bun Hand'oap for Men. First prize £5, second 20s, third 10s; entry 6i 20. Pack Tournament, Prize 20s; entry Is. 21. Ladies' Bioycle Race. Prize, trophy prei ented by C B, Tbacker, Esq.; entry free. POMEBTIC EVENTS. Beet 41b Loaf Homemade Bread. Prize lOe; entry Si. 2. Homemode Plate of Soones. Prize 10s J entry Gd. 3. Best Homemade Bottled Pickles. Prize 10s entry Gd. ■i. Best' Homemade Plum Pudding (31bsor mote). Prize 10s; entry 6d. 5. Best Homemade Currant Cake (31bs or more). Prize 10s; entry 6d. 6 Best Patched Pair Trousers. Prize 10s entry 6d. . 7, Best Darned Pair Sox, Prize 10s' entry 6d. 8. Best Hand Sewn Man's Shirt. Prize ids entry 6d. RULES. 1. All events to be run under the rules of the New Zealand Athletic Union. 2. Nominations, acoempanied with per. forraancee of lust ,twb years (if no perform* ancea during last two years, last four peiformances) to accompany entrance fees. 3 Entries for the 100 yds, 220 yd*, 440 yds BSovda, Mile Run, and Bicycle Race dose with tbe Secretary at 6 p.m. on April 0. All other events poet entry. Lyttelton Marine Band in attendance. A Good Luncheon provided—ls 6d. The s,b, Monica leaves Lyttelton on day of Sports immediately after the arrival of the 7 55 train, and will remain until finished, W. ROBINSON, Hon. Sio.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXII, Issue 4318, 24 March 1914

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXII, Issue 4318, 24 March 1914

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