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AKAROA POST OFFICE.

PAPERS DEPOSITED. Yesterday morning the ceremony of - depositing a glass jar with the news £ papers containing an account of tbe c opening ceremony of tbe Akaroa Post f Office was carried out by tbe Mayoress • Mr G. Thomas, Town Clerk, said l that tbe member for tbe district, Hon. } R. H. Rhodes, bad communicated with him, and ask him to request the Mayoress to perform the ceremony. Mr,e Rhodes wished to have a copy of the "Weekly Press" "Daily Press" "Sun" j "Akaroa Mail" describing the opening , function, put in a sealed jar and de \ posited in the building. The spot was at the main entrance, and at Mr; ( Rhodes' request he asked Mrs Arm strong to place the jar in the spot prei pared. 1 Mrs Armstrong placed tbe jar in position and deposited some mortar with the trowel. She said she had great pleasure in performing the ceremony, and she was sure that all the , Akaroa people were proud of having < such a handsome new post office. ' Mrs Thomas and several ladies who ' were present also put in some mortar with the trowel. Mr Tboruaa thanked the Mayoress ( and Indies for attending, and asked them to afternoon tea at the tea rooms, extending the invitation to the gentlemen who also were present. N W CLOCK. The new post office clock is being i erected on an iron stand. Tbe face of : the clock is abouii the size of the ' present one and will therefore not be [ seen at any distaoce. However, it is hoped that it will not be such an j ■ erratic timekeeper. \ j TREES IN FRONT OF BUILDING. I Tbe two ribbon wood trees in front .' of the building add much to the s appearance of the building. We believe > the district engineer Mr Dickson con j aiders there is absolutely no need for j their removal. Were they out down , it would only be a piece of wanton deb sfcruction, It is useless holding Arbor '; davß and then cutting down beautiful * well grown trees for no reason, In all [' probability, an iron railing will be s Influenza and Colds are not stomach 9 troubles, ami a co called Cold Cure poured < down the neck has no bonelical effect d 'NAZOL" acts differently You tako a few r few drops on lump sugar, and allow it to dis,s solvp Blowly in the mouth so that its fragrant } hcal'my pn perties search out the trouble in J the tbroat and lunga. Deep inhalations '» through a Nazol Inhaler will clear and cure '» colds in the head and nasal cavities. This * is tho latest English remedy, and is effective.

'■' pined round the trees, bs it would be ,' difficult to place asphalt round the s roots. • ANOTHER JAB DEPOSITED. a Later in the day the Mayor (Mr G. • Armstrong) placed a j*r, contaioing I an "Akiiroa Mail," at the main en , 8 trance of thp building. -1 - "

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AKAROA POST OFFICE., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIII, Issue 3462, 18 December 1914

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AKAROA POST OFFICE. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIII, Issue 3462, 18 December 1914

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