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Day i.v-day is fc'alc Da\ ;'* rVitvrai. f-belle's. J E1,;.?:.-Mic hi-: L:i;k;,-;ng Commitxik— T he j quart rly nii--'-i-inf; o( tht- Licensing JoiT'i'.-i.i-if.pp ie," '''MHfc-.'.ay lnat wa? Mourned until March. a:> '..:,■■: >vns no i ness to come before tho Coinmitit , "- I o;:at>;''j Bat Fo.\ds—The RQcretarj of t.ht } Giintsrbiiry Aatctnobi'c Association U'is tv \ coivctl ilyj fc! rop.iyt on the conii'tior. J r.r tii-2 r;ac!;.; in Oounivy diutrict^:— JVct O'-air/T 3r.v—-Britlgec nr.d culverts in rooc ordei', 1 !. reads ov/ing to dry weather Akakoa E^-aA'a.—At Wednesday's mccl ing of ths '■ y'.'plton Harbonv Boirc!, ar application from thb "'Tn'.on dior.m Ship On for tbe hire of the tu' brit LyUe't.r, a Akiroa on December 16th Day for use re. n tender to the excursion ~(-or..rviei for tfie Akaroft Kegattp, was granted, Ihi I terms In be arranged by the chairman am } ?ecrptavy of the Board, J —This season ban been i i favourable one for all clas-es of flowers, es j peaially rosos and the gardens in and abon Akaroa are than usual this year. I is hoped that the Horticultural ..Society in ten/s holding the New Year Show. Thereis n> ilrmbfc that there would be an unusually hoav; entry of llTwers. Tiie Akaroa people do no have so lirnr rixtirjs that Iheycan aff-T.l ti ('rop, 81'ch « true honoured one, as the Ne\ Yfr&i' iiower Show. Akauoa Sailing Clue.—The sailing rac yesterday was nailed in a good breeze ani j won by the Vv'ateibeetle. The Dotterel enm iin fir t b- ihree minutes, but was givin; j awny seven ;n nnt.es to the Waterbeetlc, A ] a iripet'ng of the club hcjil yesterd iy, it wa decided t> hold nil fntia'e aallinj; races 01 Saturday, insfc> ad of Thursday, this wil c;ive a crmnc'j for more boats to compete, a mo.-t of the crew? have their half holiday oi Saturday. ■•NaZOL" taken on some lumps of svga and allowed to slowly dissolve in the moutl will probably cure a Cold in thb Throat o ' Che c t, For Colds in the Head it is advisabl jin addition to u?e a Naaol Inhaler and in j hale through the nostrils as directed. N( j cold can withstand this treatment —it mus '■ sucenrnb At Tiiii Fkuxt-—W'iting to Mr V. Magee of Akaroa, Mr E. Shearwood, who was fo sometime electriean in charge of the Akerot electric light plant, states that he had joinec the No. 2 l-xpnditionary Force at Home and was encamped at Bulford camp or f-alisbury Plain. He states that their camj was close to where the Canadian and Nev\ Zealand contingents would be encamped be ! fore proceeding to the front. They had had |. two week's training at Wandsworth Common, London, before going to" the Salisbury caiap, Salisbury was elevi n miles from the [ camp, and the nearest place of interest. I They had experienced 15 degress of jfront j during the camp. The letter bears no i date, an;! iir Sbeanvosd must have gone to j the front soma tinie drc, J Influenza and Colds are not atomaeh I troubles, and a fo called Cold Cure poured j down the nsolt has no benefical eifect. 'NAiiOL" acts diflVrentiy. Yon take a few drops on lump sugar, ar.J allow it to dissolve ' lowly in the mouth, to ihat its fragrant, healing properties search out the trouble in tbs throat and lungs. Deep inhalations through r. Nazol Inhaler v/ill clear and cure Golds in the Hrad and Nasal Cavities. This is the latest English remedy, and : s effective,

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LOCAL AND GENERAL, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIII, Issue 3458, 4 December 1914

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LOCAL AND GENERAL Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIII, Issue 3458, 4 December 1914

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