The Akaroa Mail. FRIDAY, AUGUST 21, 1914.
Football —The annual match Peninsula T. Klleemere will be played on the tion Ground, Aktroa, to morrow afternoon. S.S. Bbi^bane. —The 8.8 Brisbano ia ex peoted next week with a cargo of coal for Mr B. W. Henning. : Akaboa Horticdltobal Society.—The annual meeting of the above eooiety will be held in the Borough Council Chambers, Aiaroa, on Monday next, at 7.30 p.m. A good attendance Is requested. PkkinbCla Daiby Beium.—Messrs w. D. Wilkins <fc Bona report that they held a sole of Mr W. Cattermole's herd of 11 dairy cows at German Bay on Wednesday. The average price realised w«a £8 14s, and (he pricea ranged from £6 to £}0. "13kain'b"BattJ SALE--Tbe N Z Farmers Co-operative Association report having held a satisfactory sale of the dairy held of Mr D. L Bee*, of Okain's Bay, on Tuesday The herd, comprising 47 dairy oowb, sold at prices ranging from £5 15b to £9, heifers springing to first call September £5 Is, horsep, plant, etc, fetching fall market rates. If shadows fall on you and me, (And I suppose they do}, And life is dark and health is poor, And everything is blue. Cheer up, and take the chance you have Beoure a life renewer; Away with gloom ! for joy make room ! With Woods' Great Peppermint Care.
Formation or Smith Street.— An Akaroa Borouah improvement, which will lead to the better appearance of the town and the erection of several new residences, is the formation of Smith street. The formation of this street is now being carried out, and the concrete retaining walls are very substantially built. The street will open up some pplendid building sites, wdie.i will command a fine view of the harbour.
Cbb'->nic Ward Fund.—Tbe following con 4 tribu tions from the Peninsula Shoois towards the Chronio Ward Building Fund are acknowledged .-—Pigeon Bay school collected by Eric Lawer, Irene Blomquist. and Eliza M. Bull £3 2s 2d; Duvaucbelle's school col. lected by Mary Cosear and William Brownlee £1 10s 6d.
New Anglican Vicabage.—Messrs Hay look and Newton are pushing ahead with the new Anglican Vioarage in Lavaud street. The building will not, however, be completed until well into September. The building will be a handsome and commodious one and command a fioe yew of French Bay. The stud appears to be very low, making it appear squat, and if it had been put on the rise above, instead of being placed on an excavated foundation, it would have given an improved appearance The building is, however, most attractive in appearance, and shonld be a oomfortable residence for the Vicar.
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The Akaroa Mail. FRIDAY, AUGUST 21, 1914., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIII, Issue 4423, 21 August 1914
The Akaroa Mail. FRIDAY, AUGUST 21, 1914. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIII, Issue 4423, 21 August 1914
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