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IT COMBINES HAPPILY WITH AERATED WATERS SCHNAPPS /V MEdICINAL TDNIG BEVERAGE v "cricket. , t "~~ FACTORY BUPPuIERS' MATGI BARRY'S V.~GERMAN BAY. The third -annual match befcwee the suppliers of the German an , Barry's Bay oheosß factory supplier was played at Duvaucbelle on Safcur 'day. A most interesting and closel, contested match resulted in Barry' Bay winning in the eleventh hour b the Bmall margin of 6 runs. Of th three games played Barry's Bay hay won two and German Bay the otbe Saturday's match was played in fin weather, and the ground was in goo< order for cricket. In tbe first inning German Bay made 28 runs and Barry' Bay 46, and in the second Germai Bay put on the fine bcoib of 85 runs W. Bhadbolt, Ben. 40, and W. Shad bolt, jun. 24. being the only two t reach double figures. At the condu eion of the innings, Barry's Bay bai 62 to tie with their opponents. W Hawkins (23) and T. Wakelin got it to double figures, and When J. Bai wick, the last'man in, went to th wickets, the scores were 108 all, W Bhadbolt was bowling a fine ball, ha' ing captured several wickets by bow ing for the pad, but Barwick got b first ball to tbe boundary amid gre applause in fine style. The innin closed soon after, however, when \ Hammond took Barwick's Btnmp wi the first ball of tho over. Cheers we exchanged, and cheers given for t . umpires. Following are the scores: GEBMAN BAY, . First innings W. Hammond, o C. Bhodes b P. Giddens W'iTatterrnole, b L. Hunt W.Shadbolt, oßhodes h Hunt .. J. Mora, b Giddens ....•• : H. Harrington, b Pettigrew W. Shadbolt, b Hunt .. W. Sancbeih b Pettigrew ■' M; Shepherd, b Moore .. 8. Lelifevre. o and b Moore H. Odell, not out O. Phillips, b Moore .. .. *;'.; •■". BABBY'S BAY. Pirßt innings. L. Hunt, b A. F. Shadbolt ?,Hnnt, bMora .... . Wakelin, run out .. .. 'P, Giddens, bA, F. Shadbolt .. ; 0. Moors,' o and b Shadbolt , W. Hawkins, o Cattermole b Shadbolt .. 1 J. Cairns, b Shadbolt C. Jibodes, run rmt J.'Barwiek, b W.Shadbolt sen. .. *'' A. B f-hadbolt, bW. Shadbolt .. ' Bi Pettigrew, no', out

i / GEBMAN BAY. Sec nd Innings. W. Hammond, b Giddens .. .. 0 W. Shadbolt, jun., o J. Barwick .. • • ** J. Mora, b P. Gidde«s 5 H. Harrington, b L, Hunt « W. Shadbolt, oPettigrewb L. Huot, .. 4U W Sunokeli b A. Shadbolt .. ..4 M. Shepherd, bP. Giddens .. .. 3 IH. Odeli, c Hawkins .. .. ..I S Lelievre, bA, hhadbolt .. •• 2 G. Phillips .. •• •• •• 0 Sundries .. ■ 'A « j BABRY'S BAY. Second Innings, •|F, A, Pettigrew, c and b Mora .. . •, t \ D. Hunt, b A, F. Sbadbolt £ |H. P. Giddenp, bA.F. > hadbo't .. .. C ! L Hunt, b Mora .■„ 1 I ; W.Hawkins, b W Shadbolt .. .. 2j IC. B.Moore, hA. F. Shadbolt .. ... I i, J. Cairns, cW, Shadbolt ( F. Wakelin, b W. Shadbolt .. .. 1( C. Bbodes, not out .. ( A. Shadbolt, bW. Shadbolt .. .. ( .! J. B»rwick, bW, Hammond .. ..J j Sundries .. .. • • • • ' I 68 ; OKAIN'S V. BARRY'S BAY. -J A match was played at Duvaucbelle -on Saturday, March 21st, betweer i Okain's and Barry's Bay, the formei securing a substantial victory in :';a one innings match by scoring 171 iruns to 125. E. Giddens and D Ourry, 20 each, wete the higbes \ I scorers for Barry's Bay, while D.'Cun ningham, 54 reurpd. Kngur Ma*-on 49 i md tS Hat: i- '2a we ;,b •_■:** i■ f -cortMS to>- iikaiii'd. Foi.o.viiig are itie scores : OK INS BAY. Beg Mason, bP, Giddens .. .. ( D. Cunningham, retired .. .. .. 5*

I Strange's Strangesj Sale — Sale j SALE VALUES FOR I THE RESIDENTS ON I BANKS PENINSULA. j io- . , . ■ ■• 9i 'c Mr Burgess, our representative, will for- - ■ )r ward your order for any of these Sale j '| Goods, or you can write for our require- 1 , s ments direct to our headquarters in I ! s Christchurch. 1 E I * 0 l d STRANGER PAY POSTAGE. ( '• i riis I sat I Lace Trimmed Duohess Sets. Special prices 1/3 1/6 1/9 1/11 per set. igs I Hemstitched and Embroidered Eunners, usual price 2/6 3/11 4/11 H W. ■ Sale price 1/6 2/9 3/6 ■ ith I Hemstitched and Fancy-drawn Thread Tray Cloths, 30 x 30, usual prices 4/11 H 1 5/116/6 / Sale prices 3/11 5/6 5/9 I c5 c I Hemstitched Embroidered and Pancy-drawn Thread Tea Cloths, 36 x 36 1 the JB Bale price 3/3 5/3 5/11 each ■ ;— !■ Fancy Japanese Coseys, usual price 3/' Sale price 1/11 I | ■ Fringed Damask D'Oyleys, usual price 8d Sale price 2d each ■ |l Colourfd Towels Special prices !/• 1/3 1/6 each ■ , ■ 80n. White Sheeting Special prices 1/6 1/8 1/10 1/11 per yard ■ 0 I Linen Damask, usual prices 2/6 2/9 3/3 4/3-. Bale prices 1/11 2/3 2/6 3/6 I ■ Unpkrinkable Flannel, natural colour only, usual price 1/4, Sale price 1/ •yd I ■ Striped Flannelette, 31in wide, umal price 7Ad, Sale price 5Jd I 14 B Whlte .F'a"f elette, 30in. wide, usual price 6Jd Sale price 4/11 dozen ■ n S3 Shrunk Union Sbirting, usual price 1/3 Sale price 1/. yd I "| Blouse Flannelette, usual price JOJd Sale price 6d yd ■ j Dressing Gown Flannelette, usual price 1/3 . Sale price 9d yd 1 0 0 0 23 — ____ » W. STRANGE AND CO., LTD, 2 I H. HERBERT SMITH, Manager. ol CHRISTCHURCH.

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXII, Issue 4383, 31 March 1914

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXII, Issue 4383, 31 March 1914

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