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KOTIOE TO ADVEBTISEBS ALL alterations to standing advertise menti for insertion in first following "■ Jane (blook. excluded) moat reach th«= office I* of ihta paper by 10 a.m. on baturday for ,|»_«-bn on Tae-d-y, and by 10 a.m. on Wednesday for Insertion in Friday's issues E. M. JACOBSON, Manager. MAIL NOTICES LETTER-BOX cr_B.\HE->-Day. Hour Cbri-toburcu, Northern and Southern Offices, United Motor Kingdom, Europe, U.B of Car. 8.30 am America, CommonweaHh daily, of Australia. To' German Bay, Bobineon'a Bay, Duvauohelle, Barey'i Bay, Frenoh Daily. 830 a.m ' Farm, Wainui, Pigeon Bay, Little Biver. ■ Little Akaloa, Chorlton, Mon, Wed, andOkain'aßay Friday 830 am Long Bay Boad, Le Bon's Gig , * ' Mod, Wed, Thore. Fri. 12 30 p.m N B.—Paroela mails ciose daily 6 p.m.

THE Canterbury Seed Company WE ABE BUYERS OF Cocksfoot. . s . VVe crtn mpplySew Sacks and Twim Ht Cu'rentßate? FOB THE CANTERBURY (N.Z SEED COMPANY OH. HEWLETT Manager OKAIN'S BAY SPORTS. ANNUAL T\/TERTING NNUAL IVIEETING TO BE HK-D ON -HK •RECBEATION GBOUND, OKAIN'S, ON THUBBDSY, APBIL 16th, 1914 PBOGBAMME: Part 1. To -fart at 11 aim.

1. Boys' Baca under 15 years (220 yds) ■ First prize 10s, second ss, thud 2_ Gd; entry (3d. 2. 220 Yards Handioap. First prize 40s, Becond 15a, third 5.; entry 2s Gd. 3. Long Jump Handicap. First prize 15s, second ss; entry Is. _. Thread the Needle Baoe for Men, Priz< 10a; entry Is. 5. Thread the Needle Bace for Ladies Prize 10a; entry freo. 6. 880 Yards Handicap. Fir.-t prize 50s, "* second 15s, third 53; entry 3s. 7. Patting the Shot Handicap. Prize 15s; •> : entry Is. 8. 100 Yards Handioap (in heats). First prize £5, Beoond 20s, third 10s; entry '53.'' LUNCH 12 30 p.m. to 1.30 p m. Pact 2. 9. Final 100 lards Handicap. 10. Bicycle Baoe, looal (I J miles). Prize 20s; entry Is. ll. T 100 Yards Handicap, Boys under 10, First prize 10s, Becond ss, third 2. 6d; entry Cd. 12. Hop, Step and Jump Handicap. First prize 15s, second ss; entry Is. 13. 4.0 Yards Handioap. First prize 60s, second 20s, third 10s ; entry 3s. 14. Single Ladies' Baoe. First prize 20s, second 10a; entry free. 15. Married Ladies' Baoe. First prize 20s, second 10s; entry free. Mile Walk Handicap. First prize 30s, second 10s; entry 2s. 17. High Jump Handicap. First prize 15s, second sa; entry Is. 18. Mile Bun Handicap, Boys under 15. First prize 20s. second 53, third 2s 6d ; entry 6d. . 19. Mile Bun Handioap for Men. First prise £5, second 20s, third 10s; entry ss. 20. Sack Tournament. Prize 20s; entry Is. 21. Ladies' Bioycle Bace. Prize, trophy presented by C. B. Thacker, Esq.; entry free, DOMESTIC EVENTS. 1 .Best 41b Loaf Homemade Bread. Prize 10a; entry fid 2, Homemode Plate of Scones, Prize 10s«. entry 6d. 8, Best Homemade Bottled Pickles. Prize 10. entry 6d. 4. Best Homemade Plum Padding (31bs or more). Prize 10s; entry id. 5. Best Homemade Currant Cake (31ba dr more). Prize 10s; entry 6d. 6. Best Patched Pair Trousers. Prize 10s; entry 6d. '. Best • Darned Pair Sox, Prize 10s entiyGd. .Best Hand Sewn Man's Shirt. Prize 10s wastry 6d. BULES. 1. All events lo be run onder the rules of the New Zealand Athletic Union. 2. Nominations, accompanied with per .ormances of last two years (if no performances during last two, year", last four performances) to accompany entranoe fees. .'■'■ 3 Entries for tbe 100 yds, 220ydn, 440 yds 880yd_, Mile Bun, and bicycle Bace close with the Secretary at G p,m, on Aoril 0. All other events poet entry. elo n Marine Band in attendance. A Good Lunoheon provided—ls Cd. Tbe M. Monica leaves Lyttelton on day of Sports immediately after tbe arrival of tbe 7.55 train, and will remain until finished, W. ROBINSON, '-:•!;*''•;• ■ Hon, Sec.

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXII, Issue 4384, 3 April 1914

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXII, Issue 4384, 3 April 1914

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