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J COUNTY COUNCIL NOTICES. j; ■ : WAIREWA COUNTY COUNCIL. THE Weirewa County Council hereby give notice, in accordance with section 117 of the "Counties Aot, 1008," and section 50 of-the "Eating Act, 1908" and their amendments,' that it is the intention of the said Council at its next ordinary meeting, to be beld at the Council's Office, Little River, on August 11, : 1914, to make and levy a. General Bate over all the Capital Value of he Kateable Properties in all the Eidings of the County oE §■ a Penny in the £ sterling, such rate to be for the period from Ist April, 1914, to 31st March, 1915, and to become due and payable in One Sum at the 'Council's Office, Little Eiver, on September 1, 1914. The Bate Book is open for inspection. T, QUEALY, Counly Cle k. - PUBLIC NOTICES. T OST~Between Grand Hotel and Post Office, LADY'S COSTUME BELT, grey tweed. Would finder please leave same at Mail Office and oblige owner. TRESPASSING NOTICE. A NYONE found trespassing on the pro. -£*- perty occupied by A, F. Shadbolt, German Bay, WILL BE PERSECUTED. A. F. SHADBOLT, German Bay. LAUNOH RUNNING, MB G. WHELCH Proprietor Launch Toi Toi, will run Weekly Trips to Wainui every FBIDAY, commencing FEIDAY, APIIIL 3rd, 1914. - Special Trips to the Lighthouse, Scenery Nook, etc., can be arranged, as also Fishing Excursions. The launch leaves Akaroa for Wainui at 9 a.m. every Friday Morning, and again at 3 p.m. on the return trip. G. WHELCH. 'Phone No. 33, Akaroa.

Important . to All . CHANGE OF BUSINESS. MESSES HAYLOCK AND DAVIS having taken over Mr. F. Hill'e akery and Confectionery Business and KOWHAI TEA KOOMS, solicit the patronage of the Public, and by strict attention to business, hope to secure the approval oiall, Ngaio, Juno 20, NAZOL LIMITED. Deavs Sirs,—l was suffering from a very acute form of influonssj,, together with Sore throat. I was depressed and slept badly, when a friend advised me to try "NAZOL" I had bought several other remedies, including a well known cough cure, but could not get cured. "NAZOL" gave me instant relief and my illness gradually left me, so that I am able to eat and sleep well. I cannot speak too highly of "NAZOb,"—Yours faithfully, John Carroll.

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 3, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIII, Issue 4415, 28 July 1914

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 3 Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIII, Issue 4415, 28 July 1914

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