AKAROA ELECTRIC LIGHT WORKS. 0 GREHAN VALLEY EXTENSION The water from the Grehan Valley ■ creek has been turned iDto the electric light reservoir, anJ will save the Baigueri creek considerably. The in;ake bas been built up Grehan Valley, •>owe chain 9 above the residence of Me S McNab. There i 8 some good solid concrete work at the intake, and the borough foreman, who superintended fha work, decided to pat in a better filter, which will not need 60 much attention as the Baigueri cr.eek one. An arrangement has been made by him the whole of the creek do*B no; run past tbe litter, a pipe tapping the stream before it reaches the irtike, and shooting the water over into (be creek below. This should guarantee a certain amount of water, though, we believe, settlers below tbe intake complain tivu the Council ia taking all their w.iter. "It is early days for residents t> complain, because it will take fouoe time for the creek to beat ihn sutnp and reservoir. When Balguori cretk was first turned into the reservoir nearly all the ■ water was taken and it soon eased oft. Both creeks now will not feel the burden very much after a week or two unless the weather remains very dry. Tbe sump is,another good piece of concrete work, and, considering everything, fee linking up of Grehan Valley creek hn« taken very little time. The pipe 'ire <s «• shade longer than that of !>a "tiK-i,c-ppk, but from Mr Perilingoil's >.!(ipny to tbe reservoir io was vt-ry Rood f>oing. From Mr Pan 'injj'di;'.-', where they touched tbe iOHi). up to the intake it was mnch rougher, but the work of excavation proved pasier than was anticipated. The whole work took barely over a month. Only one pipa was found defective and that has been replaced. The. cost of the pipes and laying is fxpected to total about £890, > \ /CO many / / / \t/ perils lurk / I behind a cut that L,,,;/,, keeping handy a pot of tha. l%^p I creat antiseptic healer, Zam- M \ Buk, is a wise and necessary pre- g \ caution. There Is nothing Ike f \ Zam-Buk for soothing, punfy- : \ ing, and healing a wound. The. ' \ unique composition and her'%A bal origin of Zam-Buk, and \mk Its great reliability have • g flfk won for It a place in most g households. Has Zam-Buk g! a place in yours? p Laying out gardens. MB T. LACKNEB, of Beach Boad Akaroa, who has had expert experi er.oe in laying out gardens and in al ranches of flower and vrgetable gardening wishes to unnonnce that he is prepared ti undertake work immediately. ' He has i knowledge of pruning rose trees, fruit trees shrubs, etc., and can attend to any plant or tbe coming season, either flower o vegetable. Kindly address letters c/o Post Offic Akaroa, . . STUD. TO STAND AT AKAROA 2.17, by Earold Dillon, imp., dam G a's nette, imp). lEßMi—Season, 3Jgs.; Guarantee, sga. • F.TIKNNR B. LeT.IEVRE.
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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIII, Issue 3451, 10 November 1914
Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIII, Issue 3451, 10 November 1914
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