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The Akaroa Mail. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 2. 1914.

Gbrman Bay Factory—At a meeting of Directors on Friday night it was decided lo ■)U this season's output of cheese on consign ment to tbe Tai Tapu Dairy Company.

BARRY'S Bat Whey Butter —The Barry's B»y wbey butter plant is now turniDg out fifty pounds of butter per day. The tutttr meets with a ready sale, as all the cheese factory suppliers use it. The Pigeon Bay factory bas nolf yet commencedse! ding their waey cream to Barry's Bay, but will protaoi) do to in tbe next week or two.

New CAR-Tbe motor oar is becoming much more extensively used of Uta, and jutt rfcoently a number of Peninsula residents have got new cars, so that there quite a nam ber in the dißtriot. Mr Luke Wright, who baß just taken up his residence in French Farm, has purchased a Hupmobile. Pigeok Bat Rkbidekce—Mr J. C Hay's new residence in Pigeon Bay is nearing completion. A wide drive is being formed with trees on eaoh side. In a few years' time.the approach will look very well indeed. A fine terraoe is being lormed round the house, and a number of Bhrubs planted. The roaidenoe will be one of the most beautiful on the Pon insula. „., . t . Akaroa Butter Factory-Every day tbe supply of oream Bhowa an increase. When the factory stated the supply was 3001bs. Yesterday morning the supply was up to HOOlbs of cream, and it was anticipated that this will make 14 boxes of butter today,

Thb Failure of Prohibition—Mr H M Stewart will deliver a lecture oa the above question beginning with Pigeon Bay on Friday next, October 9th. Ladies are cordially invited to attend, and no admission will be charged- For full particulars of the pro gramme on the Peninsula see our advertisement columns.

Vamdictory -On Thursday evening la&t, the residents of Wainui and members of the Wainui JRifle Club presented Mrs Newbegin with a silver teapot and Mr Newbegin with a marble olook. The presentation was made by Mr G. Armstrong, Mayor of Akaroa, Speeoheß were made by the Mayor, Rev, Hayward, and Messrs Donovan and B. McDonald, all of whom spoke in eulogistic terms of both Mr and Mrs Newbegin. >ongs and musical items were rendered by the following:—Mesdames Donovan, Mould, JfiEses Moore, Roxburgh, Wright (2), Youngman and Mr Donovan. A very pleasant evening was spent. | FarewbMi Social — A farewell eocibl was tendered to Mr and Mrs Sloane and Miss Carter on Wednesday evening last. There was a good attendance of residents of the Bay, During the evening Mr E. Kotlowaki and Miss Kotlowski played duets /piano and violin), the Misses Shepherd duets (piano and violin). Mr Sloane oomio recitation and .oag. After games had been indulged in for some time, Mr William Kearney, chairman of the aohool committee, in a brief speech, and tbat the residents of German Bay felt as if they could not let them go away without showing some appreciation of the work done fey them. Misß Carter had been of great assistance to Mr Sloane in his teaching at the (johool, and Mrs Sloane had been a great help also. Mr Kearney then presented Mr Sloane with a writing desk, Mrs Sloane with • palm bowl and Miss Carter with a dressing o*se0 * se Mr Sloane, on behalf of Mrs Sloane •id' Miss Carter, thanked the residents for the presents, and sad he was sorry to have to leave tbe Bay. Since he had been resident here, he bad been working under a gnat inconvenience through not having a residence At the school, and this was tbe reason of hit. feeing traniferred to Wainui. The singing of 4he National Anthem brought a very plea jjjmt evioiDi! to a oloee.

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The Akaroa Mail. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 2. 1914., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIII, Issue 3443, 6 October 1914

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The Akaroa Mail. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 2. 1914. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIII, Issue 3443, 6 October 1914

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