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AMUSEMENTS. «. HAYWARD'S PICTURB. PATRIOTIC ~WAR NIGHT. Oα Friday night, Mr F Taylor has kindly offered to give v bent fit for Hay ward's " Piotures The operators are all giving the r services free, and the Oddfeliows the free use of the hal, so that every FhillinK handed in on Friday night goes direct to tho war fund It ia to be hop*d that the public will back up MrTavlnrin his effort to raise some more money for the sinews of war. An attractivu aDd apiKopiiafe programme has been secured. FuUTBALL. I ELLESMERE V. PENINSULA. Tbe nooual representative cub Union match Pfnin-ulu v. Elie.smere will be played at Akaroa on Saturday on the Recreation Ground at 3 p.m. The following team will tepiedtnt tbe Peninsula : — Fullback, J, Kiretui; three-quaiter;-H. Craw, K. Skipper, Muss; five eighth?, LoDdrigttO, H. Hemingway ; half, R. Ferguson; forwaids, V. Job lin (wing), Fabey, Usher, Brackin, i BirdJing, A. Craw, Barclay, Pike. Emergencies—McUuire, Bailey and Haley (backs), Ferguson, Craw, and W. Pool (forwards). PENINSULA SEVEN A SIDE COMPETITION. \ The Peniusuia Rugby sub Union 3 will bold their first annual seven a side competition at Akaroa on Satur day, August 296b, It ia expected > tbat all ibe Peninsula Clubs will be represented, and each club is contri biiting, and tbe winning team will be presented with a small gold or silver football. It h expected tho competition 'tition will be very interesting. CANTERBURY B TEAM v I PENINSULA. Tbe Peninsula team met the Can terbury B team at Little Eiver on Saturday Tbe following team represented the Penimula: — J. Karetai, B Kini, T v i Bkipper, H- French, 0. Lnndrigan, H. J Hemingway, C, Ferguson, V- Joblin, i-T, Brankin, 8. Birdling, Usbar, F "I Fahey, A- Craw, M. Barclay and J. I Pike. , Tbe result of the game was a win for Canterbury by 27 points to nil Tbe visiting team bad the best of the play, although tbe Peninsula forwards did good work. Tbe Peninsula backs . were faulty in their handling, and in . ibis % : way inisped ecorirjg ■ several timts Mr G. Tidyman acted as re feree. Tbe i anterbury team were enter taintd at dinner at " Bainesdale House i , after tbe match, and left by I motor van for Christchurch. HOCKEY. • The following players will represent the Peninsula against Canterbury Junior and Third Grade at.Little River on Tnursdav, August 20th : — Junior team —Goal, H. Odell; backs, C Rhodes, R. Mottram; halves, \V- Pool, J. Lelievre,. L. Barwick; wings, G Henning, E. Julius, forwards, T. McGuire, S- Lelievre, M. Lelievre , emergencies, G. Hammond, jD. Hammond. Third grade—Goal, Frank Heining way, back?, L. Armstrong, C. Fergus; halves, F. Hemingway, J. Pool, 0. Fprris; wings, 0. Hemingway, D. Langrope: forwards, S. Hammond, C. Walker, E. Cornwall; emergencies, R. Walker, N. Pilkington. j Launob leaves both wharves at 9 a.m. Anyone not able to make the trip will please inform Mr M. Lelievre (secretary), as soou as possible. Mr 0, Rhodes has been appointed manager, _ The Recent Epidemics of Small pox and I)iphtheria Woi'ld certainly not have attained each pro portions if .the hygienic fact were more generally known that the disinfection of the moi'ih by a reliable and harmless antiseptic is a great protecting factor against all ailmen s where the infection is through the hroa tor respiratory tract. By putting threes dro) i of SANDEK'S EUCALYPTI EXTAC r, on a piece of loaf-sugar, and allowing it to dissolve in the mouth, that oavity is ■< thoroughly disinfected. The volatile nature of S VNDER'S EXTRACT makes it penetrate crevice. SANDER'S EXTRACT is not nauseous nor depressing like the common euclyptue, and possesses great anticeptic power. By using SANDER'S EATKACT you avoid the uncertain composition of the ozenge ; you have the benefit of the strongest antiseptio that can be used with safety, and the result is proteotion from all nfpotion,. FOR SALE OR TO LET. T 1 LENDERS are inviied for the OUTJ BIGHT SALE or LEASING of 18 ACRES OF LAND (more or less), and D.veiling at Akaroa, for a period of fir y ars. Possession at once. Apply, J. P. MULLINS, Cashmere Hills, Cbrietchuicb. PUBLIC NOTICES. LAYING OUT GARDENS. \ yi R T. LACKNER, of Beach Road, '*■*- Akaroa, who has had expert experi« ence in laying out gardens and in all branches of flower and vegetable gardening, wishes to annonnce that he is prepared to undertake work immediately. Hβ has a knowledge of pruning rose trees, fruit trees, £ shrubs, etc., and can attend to any plants for the coming season, either flower or vegetable. Kindly address letters c/o Post Office , Akaroa. Akaroa Gash Butchery, J BEG TO NOTIFY the Public of Akaroa -*- and Surrounding Bays that lam Selling the BEST OP QUALITY of Beef, i Mutton, Lamb, and Pork, with SMALL GOODS AS A SPECIALITY, and trust with careful attention to business o receive a fair share of your patronage. CHARLES MANN

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIII, Issue 4422, 18 August 1914

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIII, Issue 4422, 18 August 1914

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