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c W. D, WILKINS & SONS, LTD c , FOE SALE—Akaroa, HOUSE, 7 root Price £450. £50 deposit, balance eai . terms. '„ SALE-ICO ACRES FARM, vei a i. £25 per acre. Depoßtt £400, bilam easy terms, SALE—On aocount Mr T. McD >na A. 5 year old Woodburn Chief lily, prit T!O LET—FARMS of 54 o;ee and 20 X Acres. ■ W. D.WILKINS AND EONB AKAKOA AND DnVAOCHELLti i county council notices. I AKAEOA COUNTY COUNCIL. \ rpENDERS for the RIGHT TO CUI i -A. COCKSFOOT on the Main Coacl road and the Summit read will he receivec 1 until 10 a.m. on SATURDAY, l'Jth Decen ber. G. H O'CALLAGHSN, County Clerk. PUBLIC NOTICES* PUBLIC NOTICE. WILL the person who took a Kapoc Mattress and several pillows at Mi F Taylor'e sale at Akaroa on Thursday, 'Jth October, by mistake oommuninate with me at once ooncerniHg same, as I have certain bedding which I took from the sale which does not belong to me, and I wish to get that which I myself bought. JAS. WRIGHT, FrenchTarm, DUVAUCHELLE SPORTS CLUB. \ NNUAL T4| EETING TO BE HELU IX MR A. R. PRICHARD'S PADDDOCK DUVAUCHELLE, OS TUESDAY, DECEMBER 29ia, 1914 PROGRAMME: 100 Yardp, Bojs under 14 (handicap). First prize 73 6<), second 2s Gd; entrance 6d, 2. Maiden Raoe, 100 yds. First prize 20s second 10s; entrance Is 6d. 3. School Girls' Bace, 100 yds. First prizs ss, second 2s 6d. 4. Bowling Competition. First priza 10a; entrance le. 5. 100 Yards Handicap (open), thirst prize 30s, second 15s; entrance 2s. G Ladies' Thread the Needle Raoe on horseback. First priza Trophy valued 10e, second Trophy valued at 53, 7. School Boys' Relay Race, SSOyds. Open to all Peninsula Schools for "Challenge Shield presented by Messrß J. Gask.n and E. H. Wright. For teams of four, each boy to run 220 yards. Eaoh of winning team to receive a eilver medal. Entrance 23 each team. 8. 220 Yards Handicap (open). First prze 35 J , second 15s; entrance 2s Gd. 9. Stepping Competition. First prize 10*; entrance Is. I 10. Bigh Jump, handicap. First prize los i second ob; entrance Is 6d. 11. Single Ladies' Race, oOytls. First prize 10s, second ss. j 12. Cigarette Rpce on horseback (woodrn | matches). First priza 15s, second ss; entrance Is 6d. 13 440 Yards Handicap (open). First priza 10s, second 15s : entrance 2s 6d, 1-1. 220 Yards, Boys under 16. First prizi 15s, second 5s : entrance Is, 15. Hunters' Competition (open). First prize £2, second 10; entrance as. 16. 220 Yards Hurdle Handicap (open) First prize 30s, second 10s; entrance 2a' 17. Married Women's Race, 50yds. First* prize 10.-, second ss. 18. Turning Competition on horseback First prize 10s, second ss; entrance la--19. Ladies' Egg and Spoon Race, on foot, 20. 880 Yards Handicap (open). First priu9 50s, second 20s; entrance 3s. 21. Men's Thread the Needle Bace on horseback. First priae 10s, second us entrance Is, ; 22. Consolation Racp, 150 yds.' First f nze 15s, second 5j ; entrance Is, 2j. Gu:ssing Competition. First prize los ci trance Gd* Sutiies CLOBE on MONDAY, December 2Ut, at 4 pm. 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 Suits; New Scotch Tweeds Real Harris Tweeds New Colonial Tweeds an Worsteds New Breeches and Saddle Tweeds LADIES COSTUMES IN LATEST FASHIONS. You are cerfcaia to fin<j something to please you, and you cannot get better service than I can give you in regard to Fit, Style and Price, §4. m®TTBANi y TAILOR AKAROA TO RESIDENTS OF DUVAUCHELLE AND SURROUNDING BAYS. I BEG to notify that I should bo pleateci to Bupply your requirements for tb< erection of buildings, renovations, or onj jobbingwqrk required, gates, wheelbnrrowß plain furniture.or anything you reg uir • E. W. BACHELOR, Builder, Dnvau ebelle.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIII, Issue 3462, 18 December 1914

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIII, Issue 3462, 18 December 1914

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