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Plumbers' Begistkatjon. —Notice is given elsewh» re re plumbers' registration.

Bifvb Shooting.—A match will be fired between Alnroa and Wainui Clubs on the Wainui range on Thursday next.

German Bay Factor*.—The tender of Messrs Haylock and Newton, at £38;>, has been- accepted for the manager's home at German Bay Factory. There were two other tenders for the building*

Buvaochklle Pictures - To-mor ow night the p'o "»hh will be shown at the new Duvaua :mle I'ublio Hall. The proprietor is taking n't irtftge of the fine new hall, and, if "iippo'tpft iivthe looal residents, will con" tinue ij the pictures there at regular in!.' n-ais.

t-ociAii - \ social in aid of the hall funds wus i.e!<i bi U ivauchelle on Thursday last. Prrgrf"K'v4 occupied the first part of the rvninp, ill* prize-winners being Mis? G k.i'. Mie 'feed (booby); Mr Hood and Ah VVhi. (Mo.oby), Thfl ball was then al 'irfi iv. <. ii ing, and au unjjyable social ip':iiin s il .•; 2 <i m

.• tock Iky ■•: 'Mr K. Latter held a most ■mi- el ■■• ing sale of Mr James Bell's hi. ck nt Valley, Akaroa, on Saturday lasf. T wtysix springers averaged £8 is, 24 yearlings £2 153 6d, 4 pioked heifers and bull (yearlings) £3 Us, ewes and rams £1 apiece, and lambs 13s 9d, A trap horse was passed in at the sale at £17, and sold privately afterwards for £20 The poultry, pigs, farm implements, furniture and effects all brought good prices..

PENIH6ULA. EiFiiE Range3.—The inspection of the Peninsula rifle ranges by Captain Finnis, commanding No. 9 Area, and Captain Henderson, range inspector, has resulted in a ten years' lease being made with the owner of the property of the Akaroa range, and the lease for the same term of a central Peninsula range on Mr J. Mould's property. The Akaroa range i 9 to be enlarged and equipped with three pew targets of tne latest type, A new' shed is also to be built and the total expenditure on the range by the Defence Department will be about £100. At Duvauchelle the new range, which is slid to be an excellent one, the Department will equip the whole range, and it is expected this will involve an expenditure of Boraethinf; Jike £130. Of er Peninsula ranges will be similarly renewed and taken by the Deferice Department for the use of rifle clubs, Territorials and Senior Cadets %aio, June 20, NAZOL LIMITED. DeaVs Sirs, —I was suffering from a very acutij. form of influenza, together with Sore tbro/it I was depressed and slept badly, whqn a friend advised me to try "NAZOL" I had bought several other remedies, includ* ing a well known cough cure, but could not get cureri. "NAZOL" gave me instant relief and my illness gradually left me, so that I am able to eat and sleep well. I cannot spealf too highly, of "NAZOL;,"—Yours faithfully, John Carroll

Cocoanut Buttek —A great deal has been written of late concerning the cocoanut butter, which 'it ia argued is going to revo. iutionise the butter markets of the world. His Worship the Mayor (Mr G. .Armstrong) brought back a sample of this butter from Wellington on Wednesday. The coeoanut batter looks and tastes for all the world like oandle grease. It is tastless, but melts readily in the mouth. It is, of course, too bard to use for ppreading on bread unless purtly melted, but it is used extensively in cooking. It does not seem possible that oocoanut butter will replace the dairy article for many years to come, unless, of course, ingredients are added that will transform it. As a cooking artiole, however, it will hold an important position in the market.

Maudie pouted much at Bertie, To his great surprise ; P'raps she'd heard of hima and Girth Swapping gladsome eyes. But the thing that did upset her Made her glum and dour Was that Bert had dared forgot her Woods' Great Peppermint Cure

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LOCAL AND GENERAL., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIII, Issue 4416, 31 July 1914

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LOCAL AND GENERAL. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIII, Issue 4416, 31 July 1914

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