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1! LATTEK. ' TV/I.«• IiOBEIST LATTER WILL HOhV illS M NTHLY STOCK SA' E AT I tKAUCH] LLE, FRILJAY, DECEMBER .1, 1911. On acL-cuntß, S. Haj - Q FAT HBIi'BM Oα account Williatns Bros - j iji\ YEAR!,INGS (Heifer^ On account other Clients - ! ■ /". SPKINGKRS -J (x FAT COWS ! U. LATTEK. ■ Auctioneer. ! ___ _ , i H. M .V CO , j JIT TL E HIVE l; SAL K. TUESDAY, DECEMBER Srn. ; The Next Sale at this ccntro will be h<?ld ! on the above date. j Further Fntries Solicited ! H. MATRON & CO. j N.Zi FAIIMBRS , CO OP. | rjiHE NZ. FARMERS' CO-OP. ASSN. -*- LTD , will hold its MONTHLY STOCK SALE, j At DUVAUOHELLE, ' 1 On FRIDAY, DECEMBER 4xn j Present Entries - On account Mr T. H. Overfon. Lakcsi-e - I PUREBRED POLSTEIS BULL {two«yearotd). N.Z FARMERS' CO OP., LTD , j Auctioneers M^n , ML ».«lJ»llHL..MJl.mililLj«}Hini_ COUNTY COUNCIL NOTICES. j \KAROA COUNI'Y COUNCIL.. ROBINSON'S BAY JETTY AND I'.OAD yiENDERS are invited for ibe construction | X of a new Jetty and about 18 Chains o f Joad in Robinson's Boy The Jetty or Roadway may be tendered for eparntely Plans and epeeificUions nuy be inspected it the Council Chambers, Duvnucliellr, vhere tenders will be received until i i> ni on FRIDAY, lSbh December j G. H. O'CALLAGHAN, j County Clerk ,V D Wilkins and Scn=, Engineers COAL,. ri S. BRISBANE is expected to arris c O. THIS WEEK. Customeis will oblige )j sending Orders early BASIL HBNNISG. j DUVAUCHELLE SPORTS CLUB. \ NNUAL Tl/| EETING TO BK UELU IN MR A. R. PKICHARD'S PADDDOCK DUVAUCHELLE, ON TUESDAY, DECEMBER 2'Jtii, I'JU j PROGRAMME; 100 Yards. Boj3 under 14 (handicap). First prize 73 Od, secoud 2d (id; euirnnce 6d, 2. Maiden Race, 100 yds. Fiis; prize, 20s second 10s; entrance Is od. y. School Girls' Race, 100 yds. First priz* ss, socond 2s 6cl. i. Bowling Competition. First prize 10s; entrance Is. , 5. 100 Yards Handicap (open). First prize 30s, second 15s ; entrance 2d. 0. Ladies' Thread the Needle Race on horseback. First priza Trophy valued i 10rt, second Trophy valued at 53, | ■1. School Boys' Rday Race, 880 yds. Open to nil Peninsula Schools for Chailn^e Shield presented by Messrs J. Gask.n and E. H. Wright. For teams o- four, fiach boy to run 220 yards. Each of wianing team to receive a silver medal. Eutranuo 2s each teava. 8,, 220 Yards Handicap (open). First prize as=. second 15s ; entrance 2s Od. i>, Stepping Comretitioa. First prize 10s; entrance Is, 10, .High Jump, handicap. First prize 15?, ee'G'ondSs; entrance Is Cd. LI. Si i^ 6 Ladies' Race, 50yds. First prize 103, second ss. L 2. Ciga* e *' e 8f ,06 on horseback (wood> n First priij'i 15s, second Hi', entran oe Is <sd. V,i. 440 Yft f ds Handicap (open). First pri/.i ■10s, second 15s : entrance 2s Gd, U. '220 Yaro'e. Boys under 10. First priz* 15s, secon i Gβ : entrance la, 13. Hunters' Competition (open). First ■prize 30s, 10 ; entrance i>3, 10. 220 Yards Hurdle Handicap (open). .First prize oOs, second 10b ; entrance 2h. 17. Married Women's Race, 50yds. First ,prize 10?, second ss. 18. Turning Competition on horseback. Pirst prize 10a, second ss; entrance Is. hi. Ladies' Egg and Spoon Race, ou foot. 20. 880 Yards Handicap (opeD). First li riz9 50s, Becond 20s •, entrance as. 21. Men's Thread the Needle Race on horseback. First prize 10s, eecond ss ; .entrance Iβ, 22. Coneolalion Bacr, 150 yds. First prize 15s, socond ss; entrance ls o 2:3. Guessing Competition. First prize 15s entrance <5cL Entries CLOSE on MONDAY, December 2lEt, at 4 p.m. for Handicap Eveuls Nos. 5, 7, 8, 13, l(i and 20. T. fi. McKENZIE, Hon. Sec. J Five handkerchiefs used to day and ys j-equire more Cold in 4be Htad, did yo! Bj? Why do you not try "HAZVh"

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIII, Issue 3458, 4 December 1914

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIII, Issue 3458, 4 December 1914