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I PUBLIC NOTICES,. Akaroa Regatta WEDNESDAY, DECEMBE 3 16 TEE PENINSULA- CAKNIVaL. Sailing, Rowing, Swimming, Greasy Bowsprit and Pole, Land fcportSi EXCURSION STEAMER FROM LITTELTON. CONCERT PROGRAMME : Ore ture Orchestra Song Mr F, Armstrong Ui»lo«uo Pupils of Akaroa Convent tcboo Song Mr J. Airasuuiig Hung Mr G. H. O dlingrian Orchestral Selection Sun;; Mrs F. Armstrong Interval, Song Mr F. Armstrong Spanish Dance Akaroa Convent Pupils Song Mr G. B. O'Callaghan Recitation Mr J. McLenegban S ng Mr J. Armstrong Selection Akaroa Orchestra Song Mrs F. Armstrong Time permitting the programme will be extended. Front Seats and Gallery 2e, Back Seats Iβ OHAS. W. LEETE, Hon. Stc DUVAUCHELLE SPORTS CLUB. < \ NNUAL TVj EETING ' TO BE HELD IN MR A. R. PKICHARD'S PADDDOCK , DUVAUCHELLE, OK TUESDAY, DECEMBER 29m, 1914. PROGRAMME: 100 Yards, BOSS under 14 (handicap). First ' prize 7e Gd, second 2s 6d; entrance 6d, 2. Maiden Raoe, 100 yds. First prize 203. 1 second 10s; entrance Is Gd. 3. School Girls' Race, 100 yds. First prize 03, second 2s (3d. 4. Bowling Competition. First prize IO3; entrance Iβ. 5. 100 Yards Handicap (open). First prize I 30s, second 15s; entrance vs. 6. Ladies' Thread the Needle Race on horseback. First prize Trophy valued * 10a, second Trophy valued at ss, 7. School Boys' Relay Race, 880 yds. Open to all Peninsula Schools for' Challenge Shield presented by Messrs J. Gaskm and E. H. Wright. 'For teani3 ot four, f each boy to run 220 yards. Each of winning team to receive a silver medal. " 'Entrance 2s each team. 8. 220 Yards Handicap (op?n). First prze w 35=), second 15s; entrance 2s Gd. B 9. Stepping Comnetitioa. First prize 10s; c entrance Is. 10, High Jump, handicap. First crizs los \ second ss; entrance Is Gd. j 11. Single Ladies' Race, 50yds. First prize! 103, second us. 12, Cigarette R?ce on horseback (wooilfii ° matches). First prize 15s, second 03; I" entrance Is Gd. i 13. 440 Yards Handicap (open). First prize I _ -10s, second 15s : entrance 2s 6d, I 11. 220 Yards, Boys under 16. First prize 15s, second ss: entrance Is, 15. Hunters' Competition (open , ). First E prize £2, second 10; entrance 'da. 16. 220 Yards Hurdle Handicap (open) First prize 303, second 10s; entrance 2s ' 17. Manied Women's Race, 50yds. First prize 10?, second ss. 18. Turning Competition on horseback. First prize 10s, second ss; entrance Is. IS), Ladies' Egg and Spoon Race, oa fcot. 20. 880 Yards Bandioap (open). First . prize 50s, second 20a; entrance 3s. 21. Men's Thread the Needle Race on horseback. First prize 10s, sec ond ss; J entrance Is, 22. Consolation Race, 150 yds. First priz6 153, second ss; entrance Is. 23. Guessing Competition. First prize los entrance Gd. j Entries CLOSE on MONDAY, December ■2lEt, at 4 pm. for Handicap Eventß Nos. 5, 7, 8, 13, 16 and 20. T. E, McKENZIE, Hon. Sec. H. MOTTRAM I IS NOW SHOWINGNew English Tweed and Worsted Suits* New Scotch Tvveeds Real Harris Tweeds New Colonial Tweeds an Worsteds New Breeches and Saddle Tweeds LADIES COSTUMES IN LATEST ! '• FASHIONS. I 1 You are certain fco find something to please you, and you cannot got better service than I can give you iv regard to Fit, Style and Pricen it __ ir TAILOR AKAKOA :h to ~ TO RESIDENTS OF DUVAUCHELLE AND SURROUNDING BAYS. v , ~T BEG to notify that I should bo pleased 0 X to supply your requirements for the erection of buildings, renovations, or Rriy a ' , jobbing work required, gates, wheelbarrows, 1 a plain furniture.or anything you requir. E. W. BACHELOR, Builder, Duvauchnlle. Thousands have tried " NAZOL" for gt Colds in the Head. Bronchitis and Irfluuza Jn and prefer it to any other remedy, boon use jt is prompt in action, sflactive, and does to disorder the stomach.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIII, Issue 3461, 15 December 1914

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIII, Issue 3461, 15 December 1914

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