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R. LATTER, TO MY CLIENTS. rBEG to announce that, after doing jour business (or over a quarter of a century, I have sold out to the Ne<v Zealand Loan and Mercantile Agency Co., Ltd. I desire to thank you all for the liberal snpport accorded me, and would invite you all to accord the same liberal support to my successors, for whom I shall act as Peninsula representative for the next twelve months. R. LATTER. TO THE FARMERS OF BANKS PENINSULA. WITH reference to the abov?, we have pleasure in announcing that we have purchase* j he old established business of Mr Rob rt Latter, and trust we may receive at pour hanoa the same liberal support as was uoarded to him. You may rely upon your business receiving >ur full and prompt attention. N.Z. LOAN AND MERCANTILE AGENCY CO., LTD., D. A. Baxter, Manager. in ■ ' ——— HI ' " > W. D. WILKINS & SONS, LTD FOR SALE—Akaroa. HOUSE, 7 rooms Price £450. £50 deposit, balance easy erma. IjlOR SALE-100 ACRES FARM, very V £25 per acre. Deposit £400, balance easy terms, 1710R SALE—On account Mr T. McDonald ? 5 year old Woodburn Chief filly, prioe £28 TO LET—FARMS of 54 ores and 200 Acres. W. D.WILKJNS AND SONS AKAUOA AND DnVAUOHELLE PUBLIC NOTICES.. DUVAUCHELLE SPORTS CLUB. ANNUAL T%yTEETING TO BE HELD IS MR A. R. PRICHARD'S PADDDOCK DUVAUCHELLE, ON TUESDAY, DECEMBER 29xh, 1914. PROGRAMME: 100 Yards, Boys under 14 (handicap). First prize 7s 6d, second 2s 6d; entrance 6d, 2 Maiden Race, 100 yds. First prize 20s eecood 10s ; entrance Is 6d. 3. School Girls' Race, 100 yds. First priz» ss, Sdcond 2s 6d. 4. Bowling Competition. First prize 10s; entrance Is. I 5. 100 Yards Handicap (open). First prize 30s, second loe; entrance 2s. 6. Ladies' Thread the Needle Race on horseback. First prize Trophy valued 10.i, second Trophy valued at 53, 7. School Boys' Relay Race, 880 yds. Open 'to all Peninsula Schools for Chalh nge Shield presented by Messrs J, Gask n and E. H. Wright. For teams ot four, ] each boy to run 220 yards. Eaoh of winning team to receive a silver medal. Entrance 2s each team. 8. 220 Yards Handicap (open). First prize 35.-, Becond 15s; entrance 2s 6d. 9. Stepping Competition. First prize 10s; entrance Is. 10. High Jump, handicap. First prize 15s second 53; entrance Is 6d, 11. Single Ladies' Race, 50yds. Firßt prize 10s, second ss. 12. Cigarette Reee on horseback (wooden matches). First prize 15s, second ss; entrance Is 6d. 13 440 Yards Handioap (open). First prize 40s, second 15s : entrance 2s 6d. 14. 220 Yards, Boys under 16. First prizs 15s, second 5s : entrance Is, 15. Hunters' Competition (open). First prize £2, second 10; entrance 3s, 16. 220 Yards Hurdle Handicap (open) First prize 303, second 10s; entrance 2s 17. Manied Women's Race, 50yds. First prize 10?, sooond ss. 18 Turning Competition on horseback First prize 10s, second ss; entrance 1b 11). Lodies' Egg and Spoon Race, on foot, j 20. 880 Yards Handicap (open). First prize 50s, second 20s; entrance 3b, 21. Men's Thread the Needle Race on horseback. First prize 10s, aeco nd 5s entrance Ib, 22. Consolation Race, 150 yds. First prize 15s, second ss; entrance Is. 23. Guessing Competition. First prize 15s entranoe 6d. Entries CLOSE on MONDAY, December 2ht, at 4 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 Suits i New Scotch Tweeds Real Harris Tweeds New Colonial Tweeds an Worsteds New Breeches and- Saddle Tweeds LADIES OOBTUMEB IN LATEST FASHIONS. You are certain to find something to please you, and you cannot gel better service than I can give you in regard to Fit, Style and Price, H. MOTTRANi, TAILOB AKAKOA ' Thousands have tried " NAZOL" for Colds in the Heai. Bronchitis and Influenza and prefer it to any other remedy, bocaube it is prompt in its action, effective, and does to dtioriir tho atomaoh.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIII, Issue 3464, 24 December 1914

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIII, Issue 3464, 24 December 1914

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