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THE -Gahierb'ui*y"Seed Company ■ '■ ■ / WE ARE BUYEKS OF COCKSFOOT We can supply New Sacks and Twine at butiem hates ■i^^—■——lT MM imWMM"jr^ 11 ' " w -rrrerv.*tr. R INGS that appeal to you. There is no doubt tbat ehese Kings will appeal to you by their beautiful designs, and a closer inspection will show that the quality is equally pleasing. " Wβ have hundreds, of ■ other styles too, rings for all occasions and in many qualities. Rings from 2O> to &150 ■■* - ■ ! Each the bea-po.Bible vfllue at 'he ; price. Write tor cur ring list ml ; e|za card. , 1 2/, IN* £ CASH DISCOUNT. '■ ■'-■■'■ ■ * ~ ■ - i G.COATES & €0 LIMITED, 744 COLOMBO STBEET. CHRIBTOHURCH. "akaboa County Council.—A. meeting o£ tbie Council will be held at usual hnur and plaoe on Saturday (t> morrow ) Akaroa Begatta— The meeting called for Wednesday eve-ing of members of the Akaroa Begatta Committee fell through, ac there was not a quorum present, and .t was flaoided to hold a further -neeting on Monday Xng n«t. / His Worship the Mayor, who is the commodore of tbe regatta, announced that unlecß there was a quorum on Mondiy eveniDß the 1914 regasta would have to fall tbrangb. Tbe very poor support given to mSton of local concern by the people of Atoro"is most dle.ppolr.tinß to those who tSkw bar.) for the welfare of the town and • d£ot and it certaicly shows a great laxity on Kβ P»t ofthereeidents that they do no take more intereat in local affaire An o |.i stab™Bh?d gala day for, Akerpa β-there Stta has been should not be allowed to drop St 0! "be very small programme of annu.l Savewt a mtle interest in their function,,

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIII, Issue 3448, 30 October 1914

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIII, Issue 3448, 30 October 1914