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LOCAL AND GENERAL.

Sale Day.—To-day is sale day at Duvau' ckeila.

Plumbers' Registration Act, 1912.— Not.co re examination by the Plumbers Board of New Zealand is given elsewhere.

Duvauchelle Hall.—Our member (Hon. R. H. Rhodes), will' open the Duvauchelle Hall on Friday next, June 12th, at 8 p.m. A dance will be held in the hall that evening.

Waibewa County Council-—The ordinary monthly meeting of tha above Council will be held at the Chambers, Little River, on Tuesday next.

Little River Sams,—A stock sale wiil be bdld at Little River next Tuesday. At the sale Messr sH. Matson & Co. will put up to public auotion leases of Wairewa County Uouncil Reserves and other property in the Little River distrist.

Thb Wkather.—A very severe Son-west gale blew on Wednesday, heavy rain falling from noon till late into the afternoon. The hills are covered in snow, whioh is not far above sea level. Yesterday the wind had moderated somewhat, but the weather, though fine, was intensely cold.

When baby is restless at night with stuffy nose and head, sprinkle a few drops of "NAZOL* on night gown, and it will act like a charm;

Akakoa S.M, Couut.—Tie next sitting of the S.M. Court will be held at the Courthouse, Akaroa, on Wednesday next, June 10th. One of the oases set down for hearing is C. W. Leete and Nimrod Mitchell v. Akaroa Borough Council for alleged illegal proceedings in removing a building and effects in _each Roid, Akaroa, in conformity with the Borough Council Bylaw No. 2. In the ca c C. W. Leete sues for £40 for ra* moval of the building and N. ftiitchell for £25 for removal of his effeots as occupier of the buiiding.

Wainui Presbytekiam Chdrch.—The annual tea aud public meeting of the Wainui Presbyterian Church was held on Friday, May 29. There was a lar«e attendance of members and friends- The Rev. J. W. Hayward ga\e an interesting and instructive address relating to church matters. Some musical items were given during the evening, Miss Roxburgh contributing a solo. Mr Conway thanked the ladies for the refreshments supplied, and a pleasant evening was brought to a close by sieging a hymn.

Be judge and jury and give "NAZOL"a trial. There can onl> be one vtrdic—"Abi solu'ely competent to cure colds, influenza, bronchitis, and nasal cattarh."

Little Jack Homer sat sick in a corner, A coughing and rubbing his eyes. . While Granny was waiting and watching him taking A dose fit to poison the flies 'Twas a draught of her own, and far best left alone, Whioh she made her young viotim en dure— 0, the silly old muff! to brew worthless home stuff When there's Woods' Great Peppermint Cure.

Postponement of Pale.—Owing to the I absence on circuit of the Judge ct the Supreme Court, the sale of Mrs B. Mora's property in German Bay has been postponed until Friday, July 3rd, as the approval of the Court to the terms and conditions of sale could not be obtained. The sale was to have been held today.

Little River S<M. Court.—A sittinp of the S M. Court was held on Tuesdny before T. A, B. Bailej, Esq, S.M. A civil case, ("haw v. Anderson, claim £1 10s 6d, was adjourned till next Court day Joseph H&r low, for procuring liquor while prohibited, was declared an habitual inebriate, and committed to Boto Roa fnr twelve mo*vhs. Jam- - Wbaitiri, for procuring liquor whilst prohibited, was fine £2, and 7s costs.

Okain's Bay.—Lovers of trees will be sorry to learn that the plantation of blue gums on the Okain's Bay Flat are doomed. A vicarage will be erected there shortly, and it is the intention of the Banks Peninsula church managers to erect a small sawmill there and cut down the gums, as they would be a menace to a dwelling-house. Some of these gumß are very fine specimens, and good timber, will be got out of them. Toe plantation is about btety yearß old.

Those with experience of "NAZOL" in the treatment of Sore Throats, Bronchitis, and Colds are its stauuebest friends. Have you tried it? Sold everywhere. 1/6 bottle of 00 doßes,

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LOCAL AND GENERAL., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXII, Issue 4399, 5 June 1914

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LOCAL AND GENERAL. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXII, Issue 4399, 5 June 1914

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