The Akaroa Mail, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 8. 1914.
The Cocksfoot Market —The High Commissioner cables :— ' : The cocksfoot market is firm, Tb: -:q ia general and active demand for D irjish at 60s per cwfc." Duvauchelle Si'ORTS Club.—ln tb'; Hun'ers' competition nt the above spov.s, the first prise has been altered from 30a t:- £1 Red Ckoss Fusd. — The following addi* tional subscriptions hiivb been recei.ed by tbe Mayoress of Akaroa for the lied Cru-b Fund :—Miss Ethel Hhodea 2e Gd, Mi s Bali _s Gd, Miss Taylor 2i Gd, Mrs Jules Lalievrn 2s Gd, Miss E. Lelievre 2s Gd, Mrs Jelly 2, Mrs Buekland ss, Miss Buekland 5 ! , Mrs L. i. ay lock is, Mis Mottram 1 « Influenza and Coids are not c oniach troubles, and a bo called Cold Cure poured down the neck has no benefioa! eiloct. "NaZOL" nets Little Akaloa Ch„e~i; Factoi..- The Directors of the Little Akaloa CoOperative Dairy Factory Company, Limited, at ;i meet jig held recently, decided to give oi c ihird ton of cheese to tha Fund ior the of Poor in Great Britain, Ireland, aud liilgimn Owing to the continued dry weath.r it is expected tho season will bo v short ore. Nob' Wkst Galk--A strong north--.venterly gale set in or, Sunday evening, and ci ntinued throughout \osterday with great forocity. ihe full force of the gale was felt a midday, when boughs were blown oil' trees freely, and dusc storms were raised everywhere. The sea was running very high in tbe LirLour The wind will dry up tho cocksfoot paddock.and pastures, and will do a great deal of damage to fruit trees heavy in fruit. Akaroa Lighthouse,—A now burner was installed at the Akaroa lighthouse on Nov. 24th by Mr Fraeser, of the Marine Depart, ment. The new burner io a diamond incandescent burner, and replaces the old three wick burner. The diamond incandescent burner is a Canadian patent, and is used j extensively by the Canadian Government. The new light should be a great improvement to the wick light, and more econo. mical. "NAZOL" taken on some lumps of sugar and allowed to slowly dissolve in the mouth will probably ourc a Cold in the Throat or Chest, For ■ olds in the Head is is advisable in addition to use a Nazol Inhaler and inhale through the nostrils as directed. No O old can withstand ibis treatment—it mußt guocunib, '
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The Akaroa Mail, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 8. 1914., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIII, Issue 3459, 8 December 1914