The Akaroa Mail. FRIDAY, AUGUST 7, 1914.
HociEY.-rPlay'iDg at Aksvro& yestexdny. Akaroa A beat German Bay by 6 goals to-1, German Bay did not have a. 'all team. : Shooting,—The match Rrraaiged between tbe Akaroa and Wainui rifle clubs, to have.been held yesterday, "will be* fired next Thursday at Wainui.
Akakoa Bdtxjr Factoby.—Good progress ll being made with the building of the Aka* ro» Butter Company's new brick factory in Jolie Btteet. The brick walls are now fin. iehed »nd,-Bnd ibe chimneys for the boiler room .iuii office are complete. The only re' ronining brick work is the pars pet, nnd lhi« il complete t>n' three sides- except for the eopibg. The heavy roof joiite are now in position, and the building will be under cover probably by the end of the week. The factory boiler is now being installed, and gener felly good progreas ia being made with the 'building, the contractor (Mr Haigb), hoping to have It completed by the beginning of the milking eeaeon. . ■ Presentation.—On Friday afternoon, the lady members of the Magazine Club met in the Library, Pigeon Bey for the purpose vi making a presentation to Mies Enudsen, the promoter of the club. She had had a lot of work in connection with Baroe, and the Bubscribera thought it only tilting that her work should be recognised, Afternoon tea was handed round, and afterwards Mrs BvS..Hoy* in a neat little speech, prfsented .Mies'Knudaen with «an ebony<backed hair brush and comb, suitably engraved. Miss Enudsen feelingly responded, and thanked , all present for their warm appreciation of her work, whioh she said had only been a 'pleasure to her. A very pleasant afternoon was spent by all present. .
Vamhmotory.—There was a very pleasant gathering at the Kowhai Tea Booms, Akaroa, on Wednesday last, when Mrs H. W, Wilkine asked the members of the Croquet Club to meet and, bid farewell to Mrs Brietcw. There was a large attendance, Mrs Briatow being held-in great esteem. Mrs Brnoe voiced the regret of the club at Mrs Jjristow'e departure, and said they all hoped ehe would visit Akaroa every seafon for ■ome croquet, On behalf of the club, ehe pMitntedjMre Brietow with a croquet mallei, In reply, Mrs Bristow spoke of the kindness ahe had met with, and of the 8"»t Mgret ebe felt at leaving Aknroa,. Mrs Bristow leaves Akaroa tomorrow, and her many Peninsula friends hope to see her - btck again before many weeks are past. Trtrention iabotter than oare, so alway k*«P a bottle of '"NAZOL", and as soon as yoefeel theßlighteet iudlaation of a comin'e
Sale Day —Today is Sale Dayjat Diuau' chelle. Wairbwa County Council.-The ordinary meeting of the Wairewa County Council has been pontponed from Tuesa y, Augtnt lit ,, , to Tueeday, August 18:h. , ,i Nctice of Bsm'ovali .—Mr T. Lewitt an - nourues' elsewhere that en and after Tpesday nt'x; August 11, he will curry on his drapery business at the premises lately occupied by Meesrs T. E. Taylor ft Co. . Up to that date he will carry on his business as usual at his present premises, for Children's Hacking Cough at night,' i Woods' Great Peppermint Cure, 1/6, 2/e
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The Akaroa Mail. FRIDAY, AUGUST 7, 1914., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIII, Issue 4419, 7 August 1914
The Akaroa Mail. FRIDAY, AUGUST 7, 1914. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIII, Issue 4419, 7 August 1914
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