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The Akaroa Mail FRIDAY, JANUARY 15, 1915.

Person; M,, —*U tho tr.uetirtK of the North Cnuterbir ,-y TiUk cr.tkn Uo«rl: on Wndnepday. a warm tribute was paid to. the memory ul' the Jntr . Hon. ' V. Montgomery, who was for a long period an able And usetul meoibar. Pcs' Hcvmi. — The secretary of the Cante , rnury aatboiuoble »'iSdoCJii»tion, has >c oeive ( ] n vepcrt stating th<U the roads in the Ak*' ,oa and iiittle i'.iver ti iwtr.'cu gpnpviilly i'.ro R oo< i, but clay 's being Hprea'l from tha FHII To , pto Barry's Bay making (hat portion very 8»" easy in v;efc weoMier. yiCAHOA BowLlNii CIAJB —&A il \-\tr-.?'r.< r '. r.\ 4 che Akuroit Rowlinc CInU on t'.l-md.!." iii,"t, i' j was dpoided <o accept Mi-e >s Fleioner Hum I phrev's ol'fer of ft sot of D C.L. bowls with thanliß. and in hold a handicap ~i.-i2I« H nament for survie. It was nlsio decided to hold ladies' day early in Februti'y. . ' BIUTISII AND FoKEIr.X 1 KOCIETV — The Mrs H. W. Wilkins, lo'ja' sef rpUrv for tho B'iiish and in eitfii Sailors.' i S'tcii'ty, ni! other Akfiroa ln.fi>>-. j ' journeyed to Robinson's Bay on Tuesday I -at 1 wherf an nuction s>ile was held at Mrs W ■ W. Willio.iOs'a residence The avt'clep '.n j an Xmaß tree were auotioned and hrought ' £2 15s. A number of Itnbinson's !!»' resi dents attended, sn<l the atfuir was a d-oided Puecesß. Procepriingg wero brought to a ' close by an enjoyable afternoon tea, I Nkiso, -'Orh h'"Z'">h LIMITED. Dear Sirs,- -I v?as suiferiri-! dom a very acute form of Iriilnciiza, tci/nth«r Snre Throat I wtlH <1 rui'.f r!;-pt iia'My, wli-'ii h friend adv'if-ed me to try ••NrtZOL" 1 had boußht several other remedies, including a well known cough cure, but could not get eumV "NAZOLi" rvto me instant releif. and my illntsa i!,m-<Ui<V,y l~ti me, so that I am able to eat and ulepp well I cannot ppeak to highly of "NdZOL"—YouiV .faithfully, John Oabkol.

' CiiiCiiKT,- P N r.f Oiivnuelte!!e yester I day, United Bays made 11)2 runs in their jijis'. innings and Little River ii-.d lost three ' wickets for 25 runs at 1 p.m. Akarda Court. —A. sitf.in? of the Akaroa CourS was he'd batoi-e Mussra Creo, Am strong, and CFrpfWieksen, Ja P., on Wed ••esday, Tba judgcpirnt summons case of Vt ivtioMi v 0 Oitip'V, .claim £8 4s od was ad-* j jij un<?d uatii l->h 'jcd, in the eas3 polica v I i-{. R' Hitchie. a bread! o£ ihe Akaroa BorI c.M.rh by-law Nd 'I, notion 13 , .'. p'aintiff was 1 linud lU3 and co/-.. for ,• iliiij,' a motor cycle ! at excessive spaed in Urn Akaroa .streets. i. Stoke Lamjj Exodus -Tho lir.-=t drafts of I F-tnrf liiinin from tl:n I'uliii'riuia, ure leaving i Kits ivc.'k. and on Wednesday a consignment of BUV> from' Juk Wright and J. J. J-UI.O--HII, i'Vfii'-.l: Kana were trucked at Little Biver. JL»«spifce n dry Spring the la^bs on the Peninsnl.T, this year look remarkably goo'i. 'i'he plains {armors have had a Rood dpal of trouble with th-ir rnpn crops used for lattcniii" j,-up'.irci--. lu.t ilic reent rains have been moit beneficial. "NAZOL ,, tiken on some lumps o£ sugar ' and allowed to slowly dissolve in the mnuth ' will .probably cure a Cold in thfa Throat or OhepS' I'nr ' olds in the Head it ia advisable in iv.Hiti.),, in tt -o a Nazol Inhaler and in hiih.; ipvr.jo'ii lh- nos.'rila as directed- No cold Oii.i v.'iiU = i.i'.d i'au Srcatmsui-iE uuot succumb. • j

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The Akaroa Mail FRIDAY, JANUARY 15, 1915., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIV, Issue 3470, 15 January 1915

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The Akaroa Mail FRIDAY, JANUARY 15, 1915. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIV, Issue 3470, 15 January 1915

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