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The s.s. Cygnet arrived in Akaroa last night, and made her last trip for some time to come. She is to act as patrol boat outside Lyttelton Heads to intercept all shipping as reported in the case in Wellington. She completed her unloading last. evening, so as to be back at Lyttelton Heads' early this morning- The ss. John Ander son is on tbe slip at Lyttelton for overhaul, and will not be off until Wednesday week, so tbat there will be no boat communication between Akaroa and Lyttelton until she is again in commission.

Personal—Mr Judd, accompanied by his wife, arrived in Akaroa yesterday, to take up his duties as manager for the Akaloa Co operative Butter Factory Company, Ltd. Pending the completion of the faotory he will visit suppliers and give instruction in home separation. - Little 'River 'jsailway Ball.—The fifth annual social riven by the railway staff was held in tm fStf&tk Hail, Little River, on Friday. ThAcwas a very large attendance, there being scarcely dancing room at times. Nearly 80 couples took part in the grand maroh. ' The "mosie wbb supplied by Wells's band from Christchurch, The hall and supper room were tastefully decorated with flags and bunting, red and green lights, and a railway semaphore with arms showing, which made a very effective display., The ladies are to be congratulated on the tasteful decorations of the supper table.. If you get a chill with sore throat and tightness of the chest, don't wait until you are laid up but tackle it with "NAZOL," which cures quicker and more effectively than any other remedy. Sold ! everywhere 1/6 bottle of BO doßes. Maudie pouted much at Bertie, To his great surprise; P'raps she'd heard of hima and Girtie Swapping gladsome eyes. But the thing tbat did upset her Made her glum and dour Was that Bert had dared forgot her Woods' Great Peppermint Cure ' t ,

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CYGNET COMMANDEERED FOR PATROLLING., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIII, Issue 4418, 4 August 1914

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CYGNET COMMANDEERED FOR PATROLLING. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIII, Issue 4418, 4 August 1914

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