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AjcAnoi and Wainui Road i!o.u:ir—This Board moots at u.-mal hour and place on ! Saturday, next. You can't afford to trifle with a cold. If, jou uce "NAiiOL" you dont tr-.tli : the com. j plaint is routed before it can get a dangerous hold. Sold everywhere in bottles. Qit a; Nazol Inhale.*. 1

'. S.\r.K Day.—Friday is Uale Day at Duvau chelle. ' **■ Asip.ONOMiCAi..—Mi' .0. F. Adams, liio New Zealand Government Astronomer, who has been awarded the Martin Kollog Fellowship, will leave Wellirßion for Kan Francisco by the Mamma next Thursday for tbe purpose of attending a' tho Lick Observatory, Mount California, for a year. J.lrs Adams will accompany biro. ' YisrroH 3 .- - The f.;!lowipg are among the visitors staying in Al:a>ca j'ist now:— Mr and "?.i>s ,1 A. Oassidy, Chri-tahnrch solicitor, Mr und Mrs F. 0. Cuaper, Mr and Mrs Franks, Mr and Master Harding, late postmaster. Akaroa, Mrs Hilton and Master Brian Hilton, of M ! Uo*\ Mr* Flamilton. of Fendaifon and Mi-s Monica Hamilton, Dr and Mrs Douglas, <_i' Oamaru. Jelly Fish —There hnv° be=" a large number of jellyfish about ihe har- j bour of late, and many are to be seen lying on (he foreshore left stranrWl by thfi tide' The jelly fish are exceptionally large, aid in view of the statement made by the.Wellington "Dr minion" as to the prevalence of poi J Honous j lly fish in \"o' i-gton harbour, these aquine creatures &iuuuld be avoided by bathers. AcciriENT— An Okain's Bay r<- s idnnt nnraed Blake met with a naty aoeidnnt, about (j p.m on New Year's Day. llu was galloping rnund tbe Duvauoh-lio read with two others, when he wa3 thrown off his horse nt Libyan's corner Ho **•&-' brotv.Tl*'. to t'ni Somerset Hotel, Duvauohplle. It was not thought at first the/, his injuries were serious, be; as his arm remained swollen, Dr Cantreli was sent for on Sunday morning, and found that die man had pnt his shoulder out. He was progressing favourably yesterday. Pki'si-'M'ation. ~On Saturday Ust, the friends of Mr Tom Adnams, of Chmtrhurch, presented biaa with a very handsome silverlucked band mirror The presentation wp.s made by Mr W. Kiddcy, who explained that the visitors and residents had suD-*,oribed the stim ol £1 I' - Gd to show ttjeir appreciation of tho way in which Mr Adn&ms had pot up boating and fishing parties and entertained the visitors this year and in previous Mr Adnams suitably responded amid loud cheers. During the evening the lady ebunu pion fisher was presented with a very bandsome trorhy The function took place in t.hp tpn roonw of Mr 3 Goodwin. After several toasts had been drunk, "He's a Jolly Good Fellow" and "Auld Lang Syne were suug at a very late hour. TnE Holiday Tbaffic The holiday traffic to Akaroa haa been very b-avy (lurfng the ; Xmas and Now Year holidays, Akaroa bus b"en w-'il filled wiih visitors Advantage j has been takt-n of beautiful bright days for i bathing and launch excursions on the harbour, and picnic parties have been o ganised !by tha visitors to the different bays in the j harbour, while launch excursions have been i run to Scenery Nook and the*. ; There have al"o bfpti a number of moonli 'hd excursions which have been w, !i patroni-ed. ; A great many private ears and motor cycles have visited Akaroa during tho holidays. ! If you have a bad col i don't fool with it ! because bad colds are dangerous, Get rid of it. Cure it outright and now. "NAZOL" ; never fails and never disappoints. Get a .' N&aol Inhaler.

SOCIETY.—Tbe I summer:'show of the .'Akaroa Horticultural. Society will ba held on Thursday nest at the Oddfellows' Hall, Akaroa. All who c»n exhibit flowers are requested to un so to help the society's show. »re a mmbfr ot classes for fru t and vpge'ables, which it ia hoped will be well filled In the even ing of the show a prompnude conce>t' will be held at the hall. There are fome beautiful flowers in Akaroa jaßt now, and a goucfetbovv is expected.

Motor Acdident-A motor cyclist named Gore wa9 travelling from Akaroa to'Christohurch on Sunday afternoon when he met with an accident He was oomiog down the Eobinson's Bay hill at a good pace, and when he readied Mr Ormo'a oorner tried to change his maohine to'the second gear, but was un able to do so The result was a bad spill for himself and the two people who were with him. A lady .who was riding'in the side ohair had the worst experience, putting her elbow out of joint and breaking her a*m.The rider nnd Ihe pian who was sitting behind him escaped with several scratches and a shaking, . Dr Cantrcl), of Akaroa, was sum moned to the spot and attended to the lady's injuries, Later in the afternoon the party went on to Christchurch.

St. Petep.'s Chukch,—At a general meeting of the parishioners of St. .Peter's Anglic can Church, Akaroa. held in November, the Vestry were empowered to bor*ow a lonn of £200, and at he annual meeting cf parishioners another loan of £200 w»r sanctioned, so that in all a loan of £100 will tie borrowed from the Chinch Property Tru-dees. The two loans will be expended in erecting a parislrroom on tho section where ihe age stands on the Esplanade and for furnishing the same, A parish-room is very urgently required for church meetings and entertainments, and the Vestry will meet ibis evening to make arrangements for pushing on the building.

"NAZOL" is not an ordinary c<mgh remedy, but something better. It relieves and cures'without deranging the systun. Each bottle cor tains 60 and is told by chemists and stores ■■ 1/6.

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LOCAL AND GENERAL., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIV, Issue 3467, 5 January 1915

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LOCAL AND GENERAL. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIV, Issue 3467, 5 January 1915

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