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MAIL NOTICES. EASTER HOLIDAYS. Good Friday to be observed as a close holiday. kits usually despatched on Friday will be J •loßsd at .8 p.m. Thursday. 9th instant, and all posting boxes will be cleared at 7.30 p.m. Easter Monday—Open between 9 a.m. and 10am. lor Poet and Telegraph and Tele phone business only. Maile will ba despatched at usual hour. The posting boxes will be oleared at 8 a.m. as usual. No delivery nt letters on Good Friday or Easter Monday. H. G. YOUNGMAN, Postroafiter NOTICE TO ADVKUTISEiiS ALL alterations to standing advertisements for insertion in first following isßue (blocks excluded) must reach tiie office of this paper by 10 a.m. on batuiday for Insertion on, and by 10 a.m. on Wednesday for insertion in Friday's issueß E. M, J-OOBSON, Manager. THE Canterbury Seed

Company WE ARE BUYEBB OF Cocksfoot. Wi CW supply New Sacks an 1 Twine at Ovrrentßate i FOB THE CANTERBURY (N.Z SEED COMPANY 0/ H. HEWLE TT Manajjer OKAIN'S BAY SPORTS. ANNUAL T\/f BETING nnual Meeting TO BE HELD ON THE BECBEATION GROUND, OKAIN'S, ON THURSDAY, APRIL 16th, 1914. PROGRAMME: FiXT 1. To start at II a.m. 1.. Boya' Bt.ce under 15 years (220 yds). Pint prize 10s, second 6s, third 2s 6d; entry 6d. 2. 220 Yards Handicap. First prize 40b, second 15s, third sa; entry 2s (3d, 8. Long Jump Bandicap. First prize 15s, second ss; entry ls. 4. Thread the Needle Race for Men. Prize 10s; entry Is. 5. Thread tha Needle Race for Ladies. Priza 10s;.; entrjr free. 6. 880 Yards Handicap. Fir.-t prize 509, > setond 158, third 5-3: entry 3s. 7. Fatting the Shot Handicap. Prize 15s; entry Is. 8. 100 Yards Handioap (in heats). First prize £5, second 20--, thirl 10s *,< entry 53. '

LUNOH 12.30 p.m. to 1.30 p.m.. Pjksr 2. 9. Final 100 lards Handicap. 10. Bicyole Race, local (I. miles). Prize 20s; entry ls. ' 11. 100 Yards Handicap, Boys undf-r 15, First prize 10s, second ss, third 2d Gd; entry 6d. 12. Hop, Step and Jump Handicap. First prize 15s, second us; entry ls. 13. 440 Yards Handicap. First priz.3 60s, second 20s, third 10s; entry 3s. 14. Single Ladieß' Race. First prize 20b, lecond 10s; ehtry free. 15. Married Ladies' Race. First prize 20-), second 10.; entry free. Mile. Walk Handicap. First prize 30s. second IOd; entry 2s. 17. High Jump Handicap. First priza 15s, second ss; entry ls. 18. Mile Run Handicap, Boys under 15. First prize 20s, seoond 3s, third 2s 6d ; entry 6d. ,19; Mile Run Handicap for Men. First prize £5, second 20s, third 10s; entry 6s. .0. Sack Tournament. Prize 20s; entry I It.' I 21. Lldies' Bieyole Race. Prize, trophy j presented by CB, Thacker, Eisq.; entry | free. DOMESTIC EVENTS. 1. Best 41b Loaf Homemade Bread. Prize XOs. matry 8d 8, Homemode Plate of Sooneg, Prize 10s i entry 6d. Best Homemade Bottled Pickles. Prize 10s entry 6d. 4. Beat Homemade Plum Pudding (3lbs or more). Prize 10s j entry 6d. 5. Bast Homemade Currant Cake (3lbs or more). Prize 10s; entry 6d. - 6. Best Patched Pair Trousers. Prize 10s; entry 64. Beit Darned Pair Sox, Prize 10s entry 6d. Best Hand Sewn Man's Shirt. Prize lOi entry 6d. RULES. 1. All events to be rnn under the rules of tha New Zealand Athletio Union. 9. Nominations, aocompanied with performance! of last two years (if no perform* ancei during last two year*, last Jour performances) to accompany entr a nee fees. 8 Entries for the 100 yds, 220 yds, 4.oyds fcflOydu, Mile Ran, and Uioyole Race olose with the Secretary at 6 p.m. on April 9. All ether events post entry. j Ljtelton Marine Band in attendance. A Good Luncheon provided—lb Gd. The i.e. Monica leavee Lyttelton on day oi Sporti immediately after the arrival of thi i 7 ofi train, and will remain until finished, W. ROBINSON, Hon, Sec ! lot I- fluauza take Woods' Great <i I Peppermint Cure. Never fails, J/6, 2/6-

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXII, Issue 4386, 10 April 1914

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXII, Issue 4386, 10 April 1914

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