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Akaroa County Council -This Council meets at the usual place and hour on Saturday.

g Sale op Business—We understand Messrs I T, E. Taylor and Co., of »karo,'*, have di«----m P OSG< I ° f the'r drapery bu-inpsa to Mr TJa Lewitt.

Le Bon's Bay Road Board,—The annual meeting of the ratepayers in the Le Bon's B.\y Road Board district will bi held at the oflloe, Le Bon's Bay, on Saturdry next, July 25th, at noon. '

S.S. Invercargill—The ss Inv rcirgill arrived in Akaroa early oi Monday morning with a cargo of GO.OOOft of timbsr consigned to Mr J. Vangioni, Akaroa. She came direct from Stewart Island.

Personal-Oh Saturday morning, Mr G, 0 T. Armsfonc left /-karoawith his wife and family to take up his residence on the farm recently acquired by Mr G Armstrong in tbe Waikato d'strict

Mkasles—Measleß are very prevalfint in Akaroa and the bays just now. The disease appears to he taking a somewhat virulent form, nnd there are a number of cases of children having severe chest trouble with them. A child of Mr J H. McDonald, of Wainui, was brought into the Akaroa Hospital on Friday last suffering from pleurisy as the after effects of measles,

That Ueadauhe.fullness of r,u S/i s Nasal discharge, and Sore Throats, simply want a good treatment with "NAZOL" which is promp. Bnd certain in giving relief. Try it Price 1/6.

1 uvauciiklle Post Officii Renovation.— The contract for renovating the Duvauohelle post office has been let to Mr E. W. Bachelor for £2(10. The reuovation will consist of the improvement of the residential Dortion of the building at the back of ths office by the inclusion of hot water service, bathroom, and other conveniences, and the re-painting and re lining cf the whole building. The contract tiu.e for the completion of the reno* vation w.,ii; it,- the end of this month. Hp talked of thip, ho talked of that, He talked of everything ; He talked like twenty phonographs, And tben began to a ng. "But yesterday." he told his friends. "You saw me dumb and dour— The reason I am vocal now Is Woodt' Gieat Peppermint Cure!"

Kaiiij Roberts Cadet Tt.ophy Competi" i riox -A team of 12 cadets will be assembled at either Auckland or Trentham abeut 25th August for five days' practice prur to firing in tho above competition. The cadats will go into training at either Auckland or Trentham when selected. Those nominated will be tra'ncd in snap shooting, 3 seconds tr posnre, funning 100 yds and firing 2 shots all in 40 seoonds, and rapid adjustment of sights It is probable that several nomina* tions will be made of members of G9 Com* pany of Senior Cadets who hove been prominent in their musketry courses and grouping practices.

Cadkts Bugle Band.—Staff SergeantMajor Quarterly has a proposal to form a Senior Cadets Bugle Band for the 69 Coy. of j Senior Cadets. It will be remembered that there was a surplus fund of some £40 from the H M.S. New Zealand entertainment, and it was decided that the surplus should be voted to the Peninßula Territorial and Benior Cadet Company and the rifle clubs. Tie formation of a bugle band would be a great asset to the Peninsula Territorials, and if sjme of the surplus were expanded in this manner it would be devoted to a worthy object. At present Staff Sergeant-Major Quarterly is colleoting all the information possible with'a view to furthering the object, and the H M.S. New Zealand grant will be the nucleus of the fund that will go to supply the instruments.

No cold is "NAZOL" proof A few drops on sugor slowly dissolved in the mouth, and a fsw good inhalations from a Nazol Inhaler will dispel the trouble. Influenza, all Colds Bronchitis, or Nasal Catarrh are quickly cured by "NAZOL." If taken as directed. NAZOL penetrates to the trouble moves it.

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LOCAL AND GENERAL., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXII, Issue 4414, 21 July 1914

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LOCAL AND GENERAL. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXII, Issue 4414, 21 July 1914

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