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The Akaroa Mail FRIDAY, JUNE 12, 1914.

Wainui School—Owing to the prevalence of measles in the Wainui district, the school i 3 being diced for a fortnight Sor Children's IJncl(ii.-g Couph at night,

Woods' Great Peppermint Cure, 1/6,2/6, Loud rolls the dram with a rum turn-turn, The bugles biare. but our boy's, not there; He is home in bed With an aching head. He did not parade (By the 'flu' delnyed)— Bie muFters assure With Woods' Peppermint Cure

Ocb Member—Our Member, Hon, R. H. Rhodes, turned tbe first sod of tbe Waiau railway on Tuesday. Mr Rhodes declares the new hall at Duvauchelle open to-night.

New Vicarage,—The work of rrection of tbe new St. Peter's Church Viwrage is pro ceerling rapidly. Tho framework of the building and part of tbe weather boarding is up, anp the work of erection should be completed by September. The contractors, Messrs Hayloek and Newton have been lortunate in having such a good spell of fine weather.

Hocket.—Tbe jnnual meeting of the Peninsula Men's Hookey Association will be held at the Borough Council Chambers tomorrow evening at 730 p m., when the annual report and balancesheet will be presented. Entries for the ' Association's Psninsula competition will Btart on Thursday, June 18.

.AkaroaPost Office.—The building of tbe new Akaroa poßt office proceeds very slowly, and last week a three days stop of work was necessitated owing to the required timber net cornyig to hand. Work was recommenced yesterday.

H-M.S. Pyramhs—H.M.S. Pyramus arrived in Akaroa harbour late yesterday after noon from Lyttelton. She is etaying here two or three days. The Town Clerk and Cr Cantrell will pay the official call this morn, ing.

Akaroa Football Club—At a meeting of the Committee on Tuesday evening, it was resolved to hold a 100 yds race on Thursday next at 4,30 p.m., also a relay race on Saturday, June 20, following which the annnal match with the "Old Timers" will be played. —The following will 'represent the Club at Little Akaloa tomorrow; —Sergison, Moss, Pool, McGuire, Fergus, Hammond Crawshaw Jacob3oa, Beattie, Gawne, Armstrong 2, Staples, Macphail, Rhodes, Kearney! emer gennies, Cornwall. Launch leaves new wharf 11 30 a.m , Daly's wharf.

Lo\'al Good Intent Lodge—A summoned meeting of I oyal Good Intent Lodge. Akaroa was held on Monday evening. There was a good attendance, Bro. L. Hayloek, N G., presiding. Sick pay was claimed by the V.G. for several members. On the recommendation of the Hall Committee it was decided to grant a tbree years' lease of tbe hall to the local agent of tlayward's Picture Co. The following officers were nominated : — Bro. d, Kearney for N.G.. Bro. R. Bruce for , V G,; Bros. G. O. T. Armstrong and L. Arm |. -tiong for Wardens. It was decided to hold £ rtnightly socials commencing Wednesday, June 17tb. The following Committfee weie appointed to carry out same; —Messrs G. O. T. Armstrong, L. Armstrong, V. Armstrong, R. Bruce. T. McGuire. L. Hayloek, G. Kearney, L. Keitrney, and T. Lawrence,

Akaroa District HioH School,—Tke monthly meeting of the Akaroa District High School Board was held on Tuesday: prepent— Messrs Newton (chairman). Doods, Munro, Leete, Lewitt, and Rev. J. W. Hayward. A letter was read from Miss Lynskey resigning her position as teacher, having accepted a position elsewhere The resignation was accepted with regret, and it was decided to place on record the Committee's appreciation of the work done by Mjbs Lynskey. It was decided to apply to the Board of Edncation for a number of native shrubs for planting, also to tak« steps to lay out the school grounds as a terraced pardan. The headmaster reported that the attendance since tbe holidays had been very satisfactory.

Port Levy—Little River Boad—The road from Fort Levy into Little River is .a very one particularly on the Little Riverside Ccrning out of Poit Levy tbe grade is good, and the road is easily kept fit for wheeled traffic. On the Little River side portions of the road are dangerous to drive over, some pieces being simply rock forma, tion, and the grades are bad in several places Tbe Wairewa County Council has found it

impossible to keep metal on tbe Little River side of the road, and has decided to make application to the Public * Works Department tor a £300 grant for diverting the road. Certainly, in its present position the road is not worth any expenditure, and the Port Levy people-wio have only that one outlet to Little River, would be delightedif they conld have a road really fit for wheeled traffic,

The sunlit isles of the summer ssa. Gleamed gay in the waters blue, But the heart of the man Was ill at eas-, And his face was of a rallid hue. But his soul revived when a-boat arrived With a cargo of life renewer, And he laughed like a boy—he was full o joy

When he'd taken Woods' Peppermint Cure

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The Akaroa Mail FRIDAY, JUNE 12, 1914., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXII, Issue 4404, 12 June 1914

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The Akaroa Mail FRIDAY, JUNE 12, 1914. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXII, Issue 4404, 12 June 1914

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