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' Senior boAUD ."-cholarship,— li'Jtlie Nnnh Canterbury Education Board's Senior Scholarship Examination. Evangeline A. Penlington, daughtenof MrF.renlington, and granddaughter of thfjlate Mr W. Penlington, of akaroa, with<l467 maiks, secured, eighth place. There are fift sn acholarßbip3 in all. Accident at Wainui ~ On Saturday la--t, Hector McDonald, eon of Mr Alex. McDonald, of Wainui. and another boy named Barry Oa> diner were riding along the road nea; th? •' ainui wharf, when the horse Gi'diner was 'riding took fright and came to grief a' the bridge, f lling right overinto tbe creek. The horse belongs to Mr Rogers, and broke a small bone in the fetlock. At fmt it was thought the horse would have to be destroyed, but Mr J. Gaskin, of Duvauobelle, who was summoned toattend to the animal, put the leg. into splints, and the hr>rse appears to be recovering, Mr Gaskin i* leavr ing tbe animal for nine days, and, if necessary, it will have to be Bhot, but it is hoped that its leg will mends The rider escaped with a severe shaking, A Dangehous B.uu..—A very serious accident befel Mrs A V. Lehevre, of German Bay, on Tuesday morning, through being ru-hed by a bull. Owing to the indisposi. tion rf her husband, Mrs I.elievre went to attend to milking operations, and on entering the cow yard was gored by the bull. She received very serious injuries to her breast, and the lower part of her body. Dr Cantrel; was sent for, and Attended to the injuries The animal was immediately shot Mrs Lelievre is getting on as well as can be ! "xpe.ft d. It appears that she did not notice the hu'l till he was quite close to her. She managed to scramble through a small hole in Ihe fence, or the bull would have killed her He was ft Jersey bull, and had been ehaving in a menacing manner for some months, though he had never attacked any one before. The Jersey bull appears to be n very treacherous animal after he passes hip third or fourth year. Mrs Lelievre's young children had been in the habit of going into tbepaddonk where the bull was, and it is ex. tremel.y fortunate that he bad never attacked one of them. Simple colds neglected often lead to dan' gprous complaints — haoking coughs, in finer zs, obstinate and painful nose troubles. "NAZ'IL" positively cures Coughs and kindred evils at ail stages. 1/6

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 4, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIV, Issue 3475, 5 February 1915

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 4 Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIV, Issue 3475, 5 February 1915

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