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! German Bay Cheese.—The German Bay Factory secured second prize for their cheese „ at the Metropolitan Show yesterday, c Genekal Election.-The Hon R. Heaton , Rhodes, Postmaster General, and Minister y for Public Health, is to open his election tj Campaign, on Monday evening nest, when he will address the electors in the South 3 bridge Town Hall. Mr Rhodes will speak in 3 the Lakeside Sohool on Tuesday November 19th, and in the Killinchy School ou Wed.- ----[ nesday, November' the 18th. i Motou Car.—Dr Cantreil, of Akaroa, has , j purchased a Ford two-seater car This is Mthe second privaely owned car in the ' borough, Mr R Bayley's being the only [ other private car in the borough, if Presentation,—At the weekly praotise of the Akaroa Presbyterian choir last night, Rev. J. W. Hayward presented Miss Bunny with a salad bowl and beaten copper hot water jug on the occasion of her approaching marriage. Mlbs Bunny, who bas been a member of the choir for several years, briefly thanked the ohoir.

Fdnebal.—Mr M, Lyons, an old Akaroa resident, pas»ed away on Tuesday evening, after a painful illness. Deceased was buried in the Roman Catholic cemetery yosterdayi A preliminary servics was held in the Church and the "Dead March" from "Saul" was played. Rev, Father Bonetto ctliciated at, . the grave. . Akaroa Boating- Club.—Great interest is j being taken in the club races, which aro j being rowed this week. Last night tho following were the results:—Pair oar race— , Cyril Walker and Dallas Checkley beat L. , Armstrong and E. J. Beatty, Singles—E. Staples beat I. Walker. A. SergUon beat * Stanley Hammond. To-night tbe winners of the pair oar race meet <T„ Lelievre and H. E, Crawshaw in the final. '

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Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIII, Issue 3452, 13 November 1914

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Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIII, Issue 3452, 13 November 1914

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