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county council notices. AKAROA COUNTY COUNCIL. ROBINSON'S BAY JETTY AND liOaD r era mvi'ed f-r thee netruotion J- of a new Jntty and about 18 Chains o Koad in Rn'iiuson's Bay The Jetty or Roadway may be tendered for separately Plans and specifications miy be inspected at che Council Chambers, Duveuchelle, where tenders will be received until 4 p vi on FRIDAY, ISfch December G. H. O'CALL&GHAN. County Clerk W D Wilkina and Son?, Engineers PUBLIC NOTICES. _____ jAkaroa Regatta WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 16THE PENINSULA CARNIVAL. flailing. Bowing, Swimming, Grea3y Bowsprit and Pole, Land - ports. EXCURSION STEAMER FROM LYTTELTON. J CONCERT in the evening (programme in next issue) CHAS. W. LBETE, Hon. Sec DUVAUCHELLE.SPORTS CLUB. A NNUAL "|%/l EETING TO BR HELD IX MR A. B. PBICHARD'S PADDDOCK DUVAUCHELLE, OS TUESDAY, DECEMBER 20m, 1914. PROGRAMME: 100 Yards, Bojs under 14 (handicap). First prize 7s 6d, second 2s Gd; entranoe 6d, 2 Maiden Kace, 100 yds. First prize 203 ' second 10-s ; entrance Is Gd. 3. School Girls' Race, 100 yds. Fir.'t priza ss, sacond 2s 6d. 4. Bowling Competition, First prizo 10s; entrance Iβ. 5. 100 Yards Handicap (open). First prize 30s, second 15b ; entrance 2s, G. Ladies' Thread the Needle Race on horseback. First prize Trophy valued 10.4, second Trophy valued at ss, 7. School Boys' Relay Race, 880 yds. Open to all Peninsula Schools for Challenge Shield presented by Messrs J. Gask.n and E. H. Wright. For teama ot four, each boy to tun 220 jarde. Each of winning team to receive a silver medal. Entrance 2s each team. 8. 220 Yards Handicap (open). First prize 35.-, second 15s; entrance 2s od, 9. Stepping Competition First prize 10s; entrance la. 10. High Jump, handicap. First prize IGj second 53*, entrance Is 6d. 11. Single Ladies' Race, 50yds. First prjze 10s, second 03.' 12. Cigarette Rpce on horseback (wooden matches). First prize los, Becond sa; entrance Is Gd. 13 410 Yards Handicap (open). First priza second 15s : entrance 2s Gd, 14. 220 Yards, Boys under 16. First prize 15s, second ss: entrance Is, 15. Hunters' Competition (open). First prize £2, second 10; entrance 3s, 16. 220 Yards Hurdle Handicap (open) First prize 30s, second 10s; entrance 2h 17. Married Women's Race, 50yds. First prize 10s, seoond sa. 18. Turning Competition on horseback. First prize 10s, second ss; entrance Is, iy, Ladies' Egg and Spoon Race, on foot. 20. 880 Yarde Handicap (open). First prize 50s, second 203; entrance 3s, 21. Men's Thread the Needle Race on horseback. First prize 10s, second 5s ; entrance Is, 22 Consolation Racr, 150 yds. Firet pr.'ze 15s, second ss; entrance If. 2i5. Guessing Competition. First prize Jos eub r anoe 6d. Entries CLOSE on MONDAY, December 2l£t, at '1 p m. for Handicap Events Nos. 5, 7, 8, 13, 16 and 20. T. E. McKENZIE, " Hon. Sec.

H. MOTTRAM IS NOW SHOWING— New English Tweed and Worsted Suite' New Scotch T*veeds Real Harris Tweeds New Colonial Tweeds an Worsteds New Breeches and Saddle Tweeds LADIES COBTUx\!E3 IN LATEST FASHIONS. You are certain to find something to please you, and you cannot ge better service than I can give you ii regard to Fit, Style and Price. 11. StI©TTRAfi, TAILOB AKAKOA TO RESIDENTS OF DUVAU OHELLE AND SUBKQUNDING BAYS. I BEG to notify that I should bo p'eisei to supply your requirements lor th erection of buildings, ren-'Vutions, 01 an jobbing work required, gate--, wbeelba roui plain furniture, or any thing you re quirt. E..W. BACHELOR, Builder, Duvaucbelle.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIII, Issue 3460, 11 December 1914

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIII, Issue 3460, 11 December 1914

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