LOCAL AND GENERAL.
Ak&boa. Countt Council—This Council meets at the usual place and hour on Saturday (to morrow).
N.Z. Railways.—For stock train arrange , ments on tbe Southbridge-Little River line on and after August 1 see advertisement elsewhere.
Special Springer Sale.—The N.Z. Farmers' Co op. Association give notice that a speoial sale of springers will be held at the yards, Davauchelle, on August 6.
Clearing Sale.—Mr R. Latter will hold a clearing sale at Mr Jas. Bell's homestead on Saturday (to.morrow). Particulars of sale are given elsewhere*
Le Bon's Bat Road Boabd.—The annual meeting of ratepayers for tbe Le Bon's Bay Road District will be held at noon on Saturday (to-morrow). The ordinary meeting of the Board will be held at 11 a.m.
Accideno. , .—An eight year old boy,- son of Mr Geo. Phillip3, of German Bay, was leading a young horse on Wednesday -whon the horse pulled back and injured one of his fingers so severely that the child was brought into the Akaroa Hospital Dr Cantrell found that the injury necessitated tbe amputation of the finger.
Akaroa Hospital.—Mr Rogers, of Wainui, is in the /'karoa Hospital suffering from pneumonia as the result of a chill. Mr Alex McDonald's son, who was brought over last week, is still in the Akaroa Hospital with pleurisy. It is remarkable what a number of cases there hav6 been of late in the Wainui district of pleurisy and pneumonia. The majority of them have resulted from chills after measles.
Children's Open Aib Home.—On Monday and Tuesday last three members of the Chtistchurch Commercial Travellers' Association visited Akaroa, and made a ennvass of the town for the Christchurch Open Air Home for Children. The canvass was a very successful one, and Messrs Field, Doreen and Norrie, who made the canvass, collected between five and six pounds towards the object.
Personal — Mr Luke Wright, of Wakamoa, who was brought to the Akaroa Hospital some time ago suffering from pleurisy, is now completely restored to health, and has left the Hospital —On Sunday last Mr John R. Tbacker, who has been suffering from ohitis. vas taken by car to Christchurcb co that be could he nearer medical aid. We are pleased to record that he is making rapid strides towards recovery.
Hockey.—ln the Peninsula Men's Hockey Association Match at Akaroa yesterday, between tbe Akaroa A and B teams, the B team won by 3 goals to nil. Goals were shot for the B team by Ralph Walker, F. Hemingway, and M. Lelievre. This makes the champion, ship points for the competition—Akaroa A 5 points, Akaroa B and German Bay 3 points each. Mr Morcom acted as referee in yesterday's matoh.
No cold is "NAZOL" proof A few drops on sugar slowly dissolved in the mouth, and a few 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.
The great, grim Dreadnonght cleft the wavo The people cheered like fun, The gcod old Jack flew from the peak, Tbe warship fired a gun. While Austral's fate is on the seas Her health will be secure If she buiid bulwarks round her hearths withWoode , great PeppermiDi Cure.
Thl: Wkathbr -The 'now lia? nearly all tlisßppear«rl from ths hills round the Akiiroa harbour. Yesterday was a very mild day. there being a decided touch of spring in toe air.
Land Sale -Mr Luke Wright, of Island Bay, has sold his property, comprising 1015 ucbr. Nt £14 10h per acre, exclusive of stock, to Mr McOruinnese. A portion of the pro. perty ir the old Wakamoa holding m The possession of Mr Jas. Wright, commonly Rtyled the Barou of Wnkamoa. Mr LuKe Wrioht ndded to the property acquired from his father by buying out a portion of the land held by Mr G. J. Blnck. .We understand Mr McGuinness comes from Flaxton, where he hae lately sold out hie property. He is a married man, and has one child. He will take possession next month.
If you get a chill with sore throat and tightness of the ohesfc, don't wait until you are laid up but tackle it with "NA.ZOL," which cures quicker and more effectively than any other semedy. Sold everywhere 1/6 bottle of 60 doses.
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LOCAL AND GENERAL., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIII, Issue 4415, 24 July 1914
LOCAL AND GENERAL. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIII, Issue 4415, 24 July 1914
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