The Akaroa Mail. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1914.
Waibkwa Count* Council.— Thp Wairewa County Council meets at Little Biver to-day Pioeon Bay Boad Boaud.— Tha adjourned annual meeting pi the Pigeon Bay Koad Bo«rd wiU be beld at the Pigeon Bny Library on Saturday next. N Z Kailwats.—- Irain arrangements for the Christchurch Show ami Enoeii are adver , tieed elsewhere. Akaroa and Wainui Boap Board.—The annual meeting of rat payers will be beld at noon on Saturday next. The ordinary meeting of the Board will be held at us-ual hoar end place, AxAKoA County Bacino Club—The annual meeting of the Akaroa County Racing Glob will be beld at the racecourse, Motukaraiß, on Friday next, at 3 p.m. The Peksxbvino dilating upon the possibility of (vmmerc;<al relatiens being opened up one d«y with Ant arotio, daring the course of his remarks at the New Zealand r lob's luncheon in Well. iDgton, S<r Douglas Mawson revealed a leoee of humour, He said that one would have no trouble with our mutton, as two days alter leavin port it would be in a olimate cold enough to preserve it indefinely. They had taken mutton to the antarctic, which was quite (rood when eaten twelve moniblater They had also taken two tons of ordinery caße butter It had been carried on the deck, the dogs had slept on it and the seas bad washed over it, bnt it was impev, ions to all such influences. When they arrived.at the Barrier it was tossed on to the ice, and a break wind was built of the cases. Yet two years later it was quite good eating, except for a little taint on the out/ side. Musical.- Miss M. Dawber, of Little Biver, entered five pupils for the Trinity College Examination and five passed. The pupils were :—Preparatory : C. M. Wright 69, A. Harris 68, 8. Stott 71. First StepB. MoManus, 69, W. Stott 71.-All the candidates presented by the Sisters of Mercy, Akaroa, for examination in practical music, conduoted by Mr Saint George, examiner for Trinity College, LoDdon, at the Convent, Lyttelton, on Friday, 30th ult,, were successful. The following are the results:— Stnior Division; Winnie Lelievre, Louise Carry, Elsie Keegan. Junior Division— Bonrnre: Mary Bunny, Grace Weir, Maisie BoxbUJgh, Cathie Thomas, Stewart Taylor. Preparatory Division: May Lelievre. First Steps: Bhoda Barwiok. The six pupils presented by the Sisters for theory of music in oonneotion with Trinity College secured honours. The following are the results •— Senior Honours: Louise Curry, Eleie Keegan. Junior Honours' Calhio Thomas, Mary Bunny, Meieie Boxburgh, Stewart Taylor. The following pupils of Mies N. Haylock. Afearoa, were eucoessful at the Trinity College Musical Examinations:— Myrtle Fyfe and Maize Hall passed' the junior, end Mary Checkley tbo internudiale examination.
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The Akaroa Mail. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1914., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIII, Issue 3449, 3 November 1914
The Akaroa Mail. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1914. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIII, Issue 3449, 3 November 1914
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