LOCAL AND GENERAL
Akaroa Athletic Fports.—The coirniittep of the above sports will meet at 8 p.">. on Thursday, April 9th, at the Borough C unoil Chambers. For I fluenza fake Woods' Great Peppermint Cure. Never fails, 1/6, /6. Akaroa Recreation Groumd.—-The J >-ere& tion Ground will be, closed n» April' !3tb, when the Akaroa Sporte Club will holu i.hefr annual gathering. Akakoa and Waindi Koad Board. -The next meeting of this Board will bs b 11 on
Saturday, April IBtb, inßtead of Easter X uur day, April 11th,
N.Z Baimvaxs— Holiday exoursijn (i kf-te to the Auckland Exhibition will ceasr 'o be issued after April 11th. Notice re hittle train service for Easter i 3 ako give . elsewhere.
Sailing-A race was Bailed on Satu:day, when the handicaps were Dottrel h'cr, Waterbettle 4min, Sparetime 6min, Nona Bmin, Bover lOmin, The Sparetimf won easily with the Dottrel second, ami the Waterbeetle third. There was only night breeze blowing.
Fbencji Farm School Picnic—The enmal school picnic of the French Farm Sibool will be hold en Friday, April 17, A ilanoe will be held in the evening in aid tf the prize fund.
Akaroa Bowli.vg Club.—The Aicaroa Bowling Club will hold iheir ladies' day on the green on Thmsday next, April 9, when the lady friends of the club are asl;cd to attend. Piny commences at 2,15 p.m.
Akakga Athletic Proira.—Very good entries have been received for the Akaroa Athletic Club's Sports, which take place on Easter Monday. In most of the handicap events there are twelve to fifteen competitors. Mr F. Taylor has given a gold medal for the competitor scoring most points in the Grand Handicap events.
Old French Helmet-.—Superintendent J. Carter, of the Sumnor Fire Brigade, has consigned the. old French helmet, which he brought from Akaroa to the well-known auctioneers, Messrs Cliristio, Manson and Woods, of Londo.i, where it will b« offered for sale by public auction. The relic was insured for £100 rgainst los 3of any kind during its journey to England.—"Lyttelton Times."
The busbmap reined up at the hut, And skipped down from his hack; A voice came from the open door: "D'ye get the bottle, Jack?" Then Jack dived for his saddle bag— "I did, old chap; for sure Old Bill will soon be well—l've got The Woods' Great Peppermint Curel"
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LOCAL AND GENERAL, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXII, Issue 4385, 7 April 1914
LOCAL AND GENERAL Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXII, Issue 4385, 7 April 1914
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