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LOCAL AND GENERAL.

Akas>aj Council..—This Council meets at usual hour and place on Saturday (to-morrow). ... .„ , ~,,. Akaroa Lawk Tinnis Club:—The annual meeting of the above club will be hold in the Council Ohftmber3 nt 8 pm. on Wednesday aj&jiii? BOth September, Committee meets at 7.86 p»m, ' Gnrx of BuirET. —In addition to that al ready acknowledged, the Secretary of the A Akaroa Butter Factory • has received tbe: .-• following donations:—-Mr R. Stewart. Akarci.a ._, 1 box ; Mr 0 Marshall, Robinson's Bay, £ ,_ box; Mr_ LBing, J box. .' Old Akaroa School —A'start waa madeJ ye.terday by the purchaser, Mr Haigb, with tbe work of dismantling the old Akaroa' sqhooL. building Now. that the grass has grown up round the building it is easy to imagine what a beautiful reserve the school section would make. It would enhance the appeA.rappe.of the Borough enormously, Spobtiko.—At Mr J. F. Buchanan's Kinlocfr stud, Mr E Gate3's Lady Lillian,' by Phaelhan—Lady Zetland, has foaled- a. bolt.to All Eed. Tbe following mares, the property of Mr Buchanan, bave ' also foaled, all to Martian -.—Forked Light. ning, by Eager—La Fourchette, a colt; Everlasting, by Padlock—Azalea, a colt; Stephanie, by Stepnink a filly. These manes will all be mated with Martian this season. 1 ' iIIiOTAL Good Intent Lodge. - The fort' nightly meeting of the Loyal Good Intent Eb3ge of Oddfellows was held in the lodge robin, Akaroa, the N.G , Brother G. Kearney, presiding Joy er a good attendance. It wa« decided to hold a special sumraonß Lodge on to meet the Lyttelton district officers;A#lt was decided to nominate £>.P>GKM! Brother'!. Laurance for the offiice of P-G.M.. and also P P.G.M. Brother Leete as distrct auditor., Several claims for sick f deceived' and dealt withA Tha secretary reported that four members-of, the lodge had joined "the Expeditionary Force: It was decided to write to them conveying the lodge's good wisbe. for their welfare and safe return, and to say that they would be kept financial with the lodge duriDg their absence. The-sea has many thousand sands, And life has many ills, While.most folks take a heap of things (Including countless pills). Be people young, or people old, Ancient, or immature, They're bound to know that health is found In Woods* Groat Peppermint Cure. Thousands have tried "NAZOL" for Colds in the Head, Bronchitis and Influenza And prefer it to any other remedy, because it ia prompt in ita action, elective, and does, {jot disorder tbe etemacb.

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LOCAL AND GENERAL., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIII, Issue 3441, 25 September 1914

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LOCAL AND GENERAL. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIII, Issue 3441, 25 September 1914

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