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The Akaroa Mail. FRIDAY, MAY 8, 1914.

,': v : ; PJBPHBDI.A GOM.IE DoO CLUB.— -lllr tending .oompttitor9 are reminded that -.-, antriei for the trials dose, with the secretary, ?*, .'■; ■'■■■Ut B, BiriHirig, at Little Birer to-morrow ■:--\ •; IBetatdiy). ' .;■...';.' ' Jahc* Dbesb Maeqcebadei But—An aner , -' : MtiO •ommittee are »t work to hare, a fanoy ; ««• tn»gqn«r»de b»ll at Little Biver at an ■■;■•' ■ nrlf dtte. There will be the moal prizes gjm for the beat fancy costume—lady and W'.~- gentl««Dirtj— and »he ball will be one e£ the :j:.',;:;f. .•■M!rt-.M^«wUd]b*pf.the'.BeM6n.: , ■'•■.• '

, For fcflo*BM take Woods' Great Ftf*tmlot Cure. Never fails, 1/6, 2/6 O, '4- ', .

Football—The following (earn wiU wpre? «ent Akajroa against, Okain'e; at Oksin's, l o • morrow:—^ Mose, Pool, Heming> B 1=«-**i ievre . Crawfhav?, 0 Hemingway, t?k -i r'. FeTJ,B ' Hammond, Armstrong, Mac ; Pnail, Lelievue, Walter and Mould. •

to sit ll ewb 6re that an election ivill be held owlnL tJM!" 01 " , ?"' 8 on the above Couaoil held on Vi^LK T^ c will ba May 22 y * Nominations close om

PiOBON Bat Bμ© , Board—Mi 3as O ft m» be I Hay was elee* ed unoppoLd | Or ' «f e extraordmary va Me , yon the Pigeon C I Road Board. .An election to fill the i»£ veoanoies on the Bcmt <i, causfd by the retire ment o( two mcmi .ers, will be held on Wedneadry next, tb< se nominated for the vaqanoiee being Mm rp W. Menzies, J M Duxbury and A. Good' win.

Liitle Eivkb Lai ies Hooket Club—A Teryentbußiastio meeting of ladieu.waa held in Litle River to form a ladies bockey club for the season. Tbe H on. Wra. Montgomery was uneoimotraly tleel ;«-d Patron, aud Mrs J. F, Bachanaq- ik»Pi esident, with a gener oue eupport of viwprea idents and members, The club has a good el ;art. for amusement, althODgh it is late for i lompetitora, and the I first prietice alexins i on Ihursdey next, at 9.80 p.m.

Pbbsohai,.—Dr Fox, of Cbiistchurcb, is at present staying at Akaroa. Wairjcwa County Codncil.—Tbe ordinary monthly meeting of the above Council will be held on Tuesday next, May I2th, at Little River.

Tins Shootino Sbabon.—The shooting season opened on Friday last, May Ist, in mild weather, and consequently no big bags were taken, as the duoka sought the centre of the lake. A large number of pukaki were shot all along the north side of the lake. There were a great many looal and visiting sports men out for the opening of the season, The heavy sou.west gale that Bet in on Saturday, May 2nd, was most favourable for shooting, and drove the duoks to shelter in large flooks along the northern 'shore of the lake, Some big bags were obtained but owing to the new limit of 25 Bead of game per day however, very few swans were shot, though they | •were to be seen in very large numbers driven in by the gale. The sportsmen naturally preferred to fill their bags with the K*ey duck, and this most of them were .iiWe to accomplish under such favourable c seditions. The parties who report having b ael good sport at the opening are Mr J Tini ai '\d party, Messrs Lewthwatte and Jonep, C Pi ice Goodwin, J 0 Coop, J F Buchanan, an <t S Birdling. These were among the most sut-wessful of the looal sportsmen, although the ire were some big bags obtained by visit ing iChristohuroh Bportsmen as well

Ohl health is wealth, and life ia long. And earth is fairer too ; Whe a man i B fit and well Tbe skiee are always blue. So guard your health, your joy inorease. .You r life from Ills secure; From L9«in and (rouble win suroease. Witb .Woods , Great Peppermint Cure.

Ajcaroa and Wainbi Eoad Boabd.—The ordinary monthly meeting of this Board will be held "on Saturday next, "Messrs W. f>. i Macphail and James Wright, junior, have been nominated for the vacancy on the Board caused by Mr G. Muloook's resignation, and an election will be held on Tuesday, May 12, for the election of one member. DimucHEMiK SpoRTS Cltjb.—A meeting of the committee of the Duvauchelle Sports Club was held ,on Monday, Mr G. H. O'Callagbsn presiding.. > The balance-sheet submitted Hy the treasurer showed the re oeipts to have been £70 10s 6d and expenditure £44 12s leaving a credit balance of £25 183 6d. It was decided tn pay this amount into the post office savings bank. A vote of thanks to tbe hon. secretary, Mr T. Ei McKenzie for the enthusiastic manner in which he had 'carried out his duties, conoluded the meeting,

Little Rivßß Hall Co.—A meeting of tbe directors of the Little Eiver Town Hall. Co, was held on Monday night- PresentMessrs Coop, Johnson, Ereitmeyer and Aitken. The balance-sheet showed a satis, factory slate of affaire, the debt being almost extinguished. Correspondence from the railway Department in regard to the fencing of the seotfon was read. '.The annual meetp ing of the shareholders was fixed for Saturday, May 23rd. -

Little . River Cohonation Libbary.—A meeting of the Little River Coronation Library Committee was held at the r>ibr»ry oh Tuesday last Present the Rev, Mr Fox (in the chair), Messrs H. Lawthwaite (Hon Sec)', Gilman (Hon Tresurer), /and members of tbe Committie. It was decided to open the Lib rary at the following hours throughout the year. From April to September, from 7 p.m. to 8. 30 p.m.. and on Saturdays between the hour of 2. 45 p.m; and 4 p.m., as.well as the evening . From Ootober to January, and in. eluding the month of Maroh, between the hours of 7 p.m. and 9 p.m. and on Baturday afternoon as previously, during January and February Saturday aftercoon and evening until 9 p.m. Mrs G. Gilbert was appointed Librarian in place of Mr Litten, retired. St. Andbews Chubch Le Bon's Bay.—At

the annual meeting of parishioners of St Andrews Church Le Bon's Bay the Bey. H. Wilkineon preeided. The following officers were elected:—Bishop's warden, Mr W. C. J. Symes; peoples warden, Mr B Barker: vestry Messr? R. Bruoe, J. U../G. >L, and Thos, Melntosh. E. Pebble, C. Petterson. W. A. E. Elliott, Wm. Grotty and D, Tbelmog. After a satisfactory bftlance>sb.eet had been adopted, the Vicar gave an interesting address on the year's work, A vote on-the matter of urging Parliament to order a referendum on the question of the Bible-inschool was nega. tived. . . ■ ■ .

A Farewell.—A smoking concert was held in tbe Town Hall on Monday night. to farewell Mr Norman Forsyth, who has bean

clerk at the railway station, (ittle River, f'of about two years, and who has been trans , ferred to Timarui Mr Forsyth has been sec retary of the Wairewa Football Club for about eighteen months, and has always taken a keen interest in football and'spo'rts generally, and will be much missed. Sonps were contributed. by Messrs Samuels,: Richards, Lee, Swadel, Highden, Thomas, Joblin, Herdman, Pepper, Murray, Brankih,.Honeybone, and several others. A few little funny anecdotes were related by Mr:E. Wright. DUring the evening Mr Forayth \yas pre sented with a handsome travelling rag witb a silver plate attached.: Mr Forsyth left for Timaru on Tuesday morninp.^ very pleasant . evening was held at Wainui a few weeks ago, when, Mr and Mrs Mulcock, of Island Bay and' Wainui, who are leaving the district. ■Wetp] entertained by'their many friends in Wainui and Akaroa. The Rev. A. H. Julius, in

making a presentation of a handsome gold sovereign case, suitably insoribed, to Mr Mul cook, spoke in high terms of. Mr Mjilcook'B work in the district, and expressed the regret felt by all at His departure. Mr T, E. Taylor on behalf of Mrs '■■ Muleock's mßny, lady friends in 4bedietrictipreßented j her%ithfa i beautiful, set of silver knives and. forks. Mr|L Wright:spoke in high esteem cf Mr Muliock as a Apologies of absenbe .reoeiyEdvfrom> Mr ,G. Armstrong, :Mayor^of ; Akaroa; anid Chairman of the"; Afeiroa and Wainrf Road Board, arid fwm 'Mr XrPriestv President of thei Peninsula;''Riflei AssiiSiiatioiir A largelaunotiCparty ''.of Akaroa friends, made /thei trip/toJWainijiiiind/ faring;^t|i| ejirenthg; dancing'was indulged, in, 1 -/. : A J "- ",.{ '.!.?, Eor Children's Hacking Cough' at night, -- ■, .-...■. Woods' Great Peppermint Cure, ; 1/6, 2/61

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The Akaroa Mail. FRIDAY, MAY 8, 1914., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXII, Issue 4394, 8 May 1914

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The Akaroa Mail. FRIDAY, MAY 8, 1914. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXII, Issue 4394, 8 May 1914

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