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iVluXUaiu AT IUU-, i\. . ■'••; Pharmaroy, 3 Willi-va-.tvei ISdoiO-'tl i« '/' in sumps, for which post a bot»l«' o "NAZOL." Thin is quit* lh». fin»Ht thin) I've found for ouring My eooi w*g vorif Bid recently ; but etie ninht's'.treat merit effected a complete cure I had *;a<i i H vfry mid cold ooming on whioh a few dosei of ''NAZUL" quite A\ posed of, I thank yoi for reoommenrii"g the cute to me. Youri truly, S Kea* Bbowh. H. MATBON & CO. " DUVaUOHELLE SALE. FRIDAY, sth MAROH. \ Bpeoial Entry— On cecount of A. B. McKoy, Pigeon Bay : A CONSIGNMENT OF 1 SHEAR EL. BAMS. Fnrthur Entries Invited. H. MATSON & CO. T TITLE RIVER SALE TUESDAY, MARCH 23ed, 1915. On' account of J. F. BUCHANAN, Esq., '•■ Kinlooh— HIS ANNUAL DRAFT. 800 2-tooth $ bred end fine x j bred 250 4 and 5 year old f-bred Ewes 100 fine xbred Ewe Lambs * Further Entries Solioited. H. MATSON & CO. ;■ WILEINS & SONS, LTD FOR SALE—Akaroa Suburbs, HOUSE 8 room? Cowbyre Shed and 1 acre of land. Pric.» £700. ITiOtt BALE—Akairon, HOUSE, 7 rooms JP Price £400. £50 depof.it, balanoe easy terms. tiOR SALE—IOO ACRES FARM. £25 per aore. Deposit £400, balanoe easy terms, FOR SALE—FARM, 125 acres, Price reasonable, terms easy. W. D.WILKINS AND SONS AKAKOA AND DimUGHELLE '" board notices. AKAROA AND WAINUI ROAD BOARD. rjiHE Board invite fresh tenders far the J- Construction of the German Bay Wharf Road Retaining Wall. Tenders will be received till 10 am on SATURDAY, ISih MARCH, at the Board' Office, where specifications may be seen; G. H. O'CALLAGHAN. Clerk to Board. COUNTY COUNCIL NOTICES. "akaroa county council. UNPAID RATES. BY ORDER of the Counoil, the Ten Per Cent Penalty will be added tn all rates unpaid on or before THURSDAY. Bth. April, 1915. G. H. O'CALLAGHAN County Clerk. MEETINGS. BELGIUM RELIEF FESTIVAL, A MEETING of the General Committee, will be held in the Borough Counci Chamber?, at 8 o'clock on Tuesday evening to receive reports of Sub Committees, and general bliainees. A full attendance requested. G, ARMSTRONG Major, Chairman. PUBLIC NOTICES. WINTER GRAZING. THE undersigned is prepared to GRAZE DAIRY COWS for the winter months. R. LATTER, Barry's Bay, STRAYED. STIUYED on to my farm at Okain's Bay 8 SHEEP, Wth no brand; swallow taii in right ear. Owner can have same by paying expenses. G. if. DRAYTON. NOTICE. ALL Persons having claims eg<iinei JAMES BELL, late o( Akaroa, car rier, but now of Gieborne, are requested t< forward full particulars of same to Blair anc Sainabury, Bolioitore, Gisborne, within foui teen days from the date hereof. BLAIR AND SAINSBURI, Solicitors, Gieborne. 18th Feb.. 1915. ELECTION NOTICEB. ELLESMERE ELECTORATE. 31 LICENSING COMMITTEE ELECTION. T N connection with the Licensing Commit JL tee Election for the above Electorate ihe following nominations have been receivei ' by me : — c ARMSTRONG, George. c BARNETT, John. c GILMOUB, William. o HUBBARD. Edward George. LATTER; Robert. p McPHERdON, Adam. c PARKINSON, Walter Fox. t . PATEKSON, Henry. d WRIGHT, William Lewie. , THE POLL in pursuance of the Liccnic Act, 1903, and the amendments will be take '' at 'he following Polling Places, on the nint day of March, 1915, hours of Polling ai from 'J am. to 6 p.m. .1. The Court House. Akaroa (prinoipal). 30 2. The Public School, Ataahua, *" 3. The Public School. Brookeide. 4. The Town Hall, Doyleeton I' 5. The Public School, Duneandel. fit 6. The Public Hall, Duvaucholle. a- 7. The Pub'.io School, Elleemerp, ;s. 8, The Publio School, Greenpark. m, 9. The Publio School. Halswell, »„ 10. The Public School, Irwell. Z' 11. The Library, Killincby. ' 12. The Public School, Lakeside. 13. The County Council Office,'Leeston. 14, The Publio School, Lincoln. , 15 The Courthouse, Little River. m 16. The Public Bchool, Motukarara. 17. The Library. Piebbleton. rB : 18. The Public School, Rolleston. ' nfl ID. The Pub.ic Hall, Southb idge. lat 20, The Publio School, i-'preydon. *° c 21. The County Council Ofilce, Sprirgatc ,DS 22. The Public School, Sprinnston Soutl 23. The Public School, Tai Tapu. vrr Dated this 27th day of February, 1915. M G. W. THOMAS, at Eetarning Officer You will be advised to takn tbi> a>.d thi but if you have a Cold or a Com 1j ; if In ~T enza or Naeal Tr< able ol any kind ie bolt , ing you, "NaZOL' i>- tr-« «-n«' thine , »kc iL,, Ilcure?. l/e,

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIV, Issue 3402, 2 March 1915

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIV, Issue 3402, 2 March 1915

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