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The Akaroa Mail. TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, 1914.

Salb Dat —Today is sale day at Duvau chelle.

Axab-a S.M. Coort.—Tbe next sitting of the S.M. Court will be held at the Court house before T. A. B, Bailey, Efq., S.M., on Wednesday, September 9. /

Le Box's Bat School.—The pupils &f Ihe Le Bon's Bay School contributed £2 Os 6d to the New Zealand Ambulance Equipment Fund,

Akaroa Experimental Orchard —The Akiroit experimental orchard plot has been EOwn down in oats. A number of the fruit trees will bear u.i<s year, and next season there should be a good orop.

A Wab Map.—The Hon. R H. Rhodes has kindly forwarded to the Akaroa Library a map issued by the New Zealand Government Survey Department compiled from various sources. The map gives an excellent idea of the theatre of war, and should be muoh appreciated by subscribers 'to tbe Library.

Akaboa Post .Office.—The la=t c'f the Marseilles tiles have been put on the Akaroa Post Office, and the building, with its fine white chimneys, looks exceedingly well If (he Akaroa peop'e have h«d to wait a long time for tbe office, they well find it is a very handsome building and well worth waiting for.

Akaboa Vioabaoe.—The new Akaroa vicar age in noaring completion, and occupation will be taken this week. The building is on the most modern lines, and has an excellent site overlooking the harbour. When the approach is improved, the building will look muoh more imposing.

Akaboa Flowers - Akaroa has supplied a large ■ roportidn of the flowers being sold in Cathedral Square to day in aid of the War Fund, Mrs Cantrell sent away a large col lection of flowers, including violets, narcissi daffodils and heaths. Mr R. A. Dearsly took np another lot yesterday morning, and a farther batch goes up by to-day's mail, including A collection of daffodils given by Miss Narbey. A very large number of violets have been sent up, and this year's blooms seem to be exceptionally, good.

Thi Niw Cab Route.—Mr Pilkington's Cars are using the* Pigeon Bay road, as the rough metal on the main Akaroa road. below the Hill Top, is too severe on the tyres. The Dew route is not appreciated by motorists, as the grade out of Duvauehelle is very bad indeed. It will probably bo some weeks before the Main road is fit for traffic again.

A Timkly Rescue.—A timely i escue was effected by Mr V. Eade at Kaituna on Satur. day. Two young men were out on Lake Ellertnere in a boat without oars, when the gale caught them and blew them a long way out, Mr Eade, realising their danger, set out in a large flat bottom boat, and after a bard struggle against the gale reached the boat and brought the passengers to lbo shore

Ajcaroa Dibtbict High School—The ordinary monthly meeting of tbe Akaroa District High School was held on Tuesday even ing. Present -Messrs J. R, Newton, (cbairmam), Fyfe, Dodds, Lewitt and Rev J. W. Hayward A circular from the Auck land Grammar Sohool re Education Bill was held over for future consideration. An account for drainage was passed. It was de cided not to prolong the holidays beyond the ordinary fortnight as the epidemce of measles was about over,

No cold is "NAZOL" proof A few drops on sugar slowly dissolved in the mouth, and a few good inhalations from a Nazol Inhaler will dispel the trouble. Influenza, all Colds Bronchitis, or Nasal Catarrh are quickly cared by "NAZOL." If taken as directed. •NAZOL penetrates to the trouble mow **•

T met a little cottage girl, A cold was in her head ; Her hair was lank and out of curl — "Tlsh'Ool" the poor girl said. I knew her parents, so I baid (And no words could be truer): Her health will soon return again With Woods Great Peppermint Cure.

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The Akaroa Mail. TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, 1914., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIII, Issue 4426, 4 September 1914

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The Akaroa Mail. TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, 1914. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIII, Issue 4426, 4 September 1914

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