I St Pkteu'b Church.—The prase in front iof ht Peter's Churah, needs rutting. There jis quitn a crop of hny there now, and the ; linn grass gives the cburoh ground an untidy I sppflivrnnoe It would be a great improvej mont it forae flowers could be planted on ; on this Mope, I A "Buu,"—Sir Joseph Ward made great ; efforts! in the House of Representatives the othor nifihc to show that the eleatoral enrolr mont system wns in many respeois very ilofiHitivo. At one atngo in his dissertation h« prodnoncl a very fine sample of a ' bull " •'Thn tnniblo is," ho doolnrad, "that these |i«t>plt» who mo on the roll, don't know they nn\ oft" i lri.liiCTlON NOTICES, I'OIitTIOAL ADDRESS. 1%/f.U, KUKS, Liberal Candidate for L'■*■ Wllpßinoro, will address the Electors ■it (ho midotmoutioned plncoa on the follow ii>!l (liitef. , — ■ IvAITUNA LOWER SCHOOL, TONIGHT, PUItUY, OCTOBKK 30, 8 p.tu. MOTUKAKAKA HALL, aVrUHDAY, OCTOBER 31,-> 8 p.m.
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Page 2 Advertisements Column 3, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIII, Issue 3448, 30 October 1914
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