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W. D. WILKINB & SONS. LTD FOR SALE—Akaroe. H UE. 7 rooms Price £450. £50 deposit, balanoe easy terms IjiOK SALE-100 ACRES FARM. Price fj £25 per aoie. Deposit £400, balance easy terms, POR BALE-On acoount Mr T. McDonald 5 year old Woodburn Chief filly, prion £28 TO LET—FARMS of 54 Acres and 200 Aores. W. D.WILKJNS AND SONS AKAU'JA AND OU7AUJHS[iL.IS MEETINGS. NOTICE. A MEETING of JPlot Owners of the Lβ ■£»- Bon's "Bay Public Cemetery will be held at the Public Ball, Lβ Bon's I ay, at 7.30 p.m. oa MONDAY, November 16th, 1914, to elect Seven Members to hold office for faven years, from December 18th, 1914. W. C. J. BYME3, . Chairman COUNTY COUNCIL nCtICES. akaroa" count ¥~couNoiir ELECTION OP COUNCILLOP.?. PURSUANT to Section 11 of "The Local Eieotione and Polls' Aot, 1908,' I herf by give notioe that the following persons h»Vtt been duly nominated as Candidates for the offioa of Councillor: — WAINOL RIDING BRUCE, John Donnelt CONWAY, Thomas WILLIAMS, Frederick Wynn PIGEON BAY RIDING HAY, Ebeneaer OKAIN'S KAY RIDING THACKEK, Christopher Bodkin LB BON'S BAY HIDING THACKER, John Robert And as the number of Candidates nominated doe? not ex o ted the number of vacancies to be tilled, I hereby declare the eaid John Donnett Bruoe, Thjma3 Conway, Frederiok Wynn Willi ira?, Ebentz;r Hay, Christoper Bodkin Thacker, aad John Robert Thaeker io be duly elected to suoi office. Dated this 9th day of November, 1914. G. fl. O'CALLAGHAN, Returning Oflioer. WAIREWA COUNTY COUNCIL. NOTICE OF ELECTION OF MEMBERS OF THE ABOVE COUNCIL. NOTICE is Hereby Given, in accordance with the provisions of the Counties' Aot. 1908," and the '-Election and Polls' Act, 1908," and their Ainendmcnts, that an ELECTION of Feven duly qualified ratepayers will be held on November 18th in lieu of the present C Uncillore, who retire by tmuzion of time, but are eligible for reelection, namely, Three Members for the Little River Riding Two Members for the Kinloch Riding Two Members for the Kaituna Riding 1 Nomination of Candidate? on the form prescribed by the Act must be delivered to the undersigned or addressed to him and delivered at the County Office, Little River, before NOON on November 10th. A Pol!, if necessary, will be taken at under :— For tbe Little River Riding—At the Cotnty Office, Littte River, and Mr 'Reynold's Shed, Puaha. ' For Kinloch Riding—At Mr Gljnan'a Bbid> TeOka. For Kailuna Riding—At School, Ataafaua, and School, Gebbio's Valley. Nomination forms can be obtained at Mr Harris's Store, Little River, Post Offices &'■ Puaha - and TcOka, or from the undersigned. T. QUEALY, Returning Officer.

PUBMC NOTICES. WANTED, fay Young Lady, POSITION AS GOVERNESS near Akaron. Jeneral Subjects, Music and Frenob. Apply irst instance MISS FBASEB, Flea Bay. PENINSULA HORSE SHOW. —_ TIHE Duvanohelle Ladies will provide a X REFRESHMENT BOOTH on the 3bow Ground. A Dance will be held in the Hall in the evening. PENINSULA HORSE SHOW AND PASTORAL ASSOCIATION. INTENDING EXHIBITORS at the Show (o be held at Duvauchelle on THURSDAY, 19th November, are informed that the time for making Entries has been extended to , MONDAY, 16th November, at 5 p.m Entries may be made with the undetf igned or with Mr C. % W. Leete, Akaroa. G. H. O'CALLAGHAN, Hon. Secretary. Duvauchelle. AKAROA COOPERATIVE BUTTEB FACTORY COMPANY, LIMITED. TENDERS FOR CARTING. rpENDERS for Carting per annum, ed -L dressed to undersigned, will be received up till 4 p m. on FRIDAY, 13th November. The lowest or any tender not mcessarilj accepted. A. J. TURNER, I Chairman. BANK OF NEW ZEALANdT BPECIAL BANK HOLIDAY. "PURSUANT to the terms of the " BankX ing Act, 1908," THURSDAY, 19th NOVEMBER, 1911 (Peninsula Horee Show Day) is hereby appointed a Special Bank Holiday at the Akaroa Offioe of the Bank of New Zealand, Wμ. CALLENDER, General Manager. Akaroa, 9th November, 1914. "~ HBMHrNDEr. A T Duvauohelle by t> c Ranger froa Weinui, 1 Chestnut Mare and 1 Bβ] Gteldiog. If oot claimed and expenses paid will be SOLD on November 18th at Duvau ohelle. 0. J, WAKELIN, Foundkeeper.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIII, Issue 3451, 10 November 1914

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIII, Issue 3451, 10 November 1914

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