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The Akaroa Mail. FRIDAY, MARCH 12, 1915.

ARABIA and Wainui hoAi) Board—Thiaj liouid rueets lit v uai mur a' d plaes oa Saturday (tomorrow), ; Tub Weatheb. —Rain set in euriy on. \ Wednesday morning, and continuod without. \) till about 7p m. About 72 inahew j were recorded at. Akaroa The rain will be ai || gre»t benefn in freehnning up the grass, an U. 1 wus a warm oae A growth of autumn'.,/| and winter feed i« now a8(-nrpd As a tesult.'l ot the warm rain there are a large number of"! muEhrooms in tbo neighbourhood of Akaroa. Accident,—The eldest son ;o£ Mr W. A,, Gray, of Eaiiuna. nut with a nasty accident. J at Kaituna on Monday Ba wns jumping a." horpe, wh»n tr c iinimal tell with him. Neither, horse nor rid-, whs n jured by ihe all, but on get ing up the iiorse koked Mr Gray on the head Ho was unconsaious foi some time, and had his ear cut. Dr Pembcr I foil was summoned (rom Little lVver, and : attended to the rider's injuries He was progressing very favourably on Tuesday. "Motor rial— It i* interesting to note> 'ha tti* 'Wi> >. niU'i c cars that were fi st ■nd H-cond in the piiyiite own re in the Mt.' Ci.ok rti ability run lister cars and both of inn 19U rnndni. Only a minor misb ,)j io Ortp' in Mcl a '=> si ar wh>->.| ornvenleci h\* tyin wih \i H I , |.ti. i" v. bi'h • yen th< n- j . n! ' !..••• ■ a.l. . •• a n-n ■ff ' fi ' ■■ <•- .,,,. . . .: ,i-.ii i ■■ .. l< iii ii v i i he i' hub ii".y rui., h. Mβ rt: c i- pet.ol cons..mption hint bi-e. p HfjtißaMy ingligibto than h»lf a pi i Oor Mi., WHO!-' 'Mr,, Of.p >'n Meli'fn, 'h-'-Whom iS Q mort! , i-pC!.-> '•■> '"■■'■ i■■ niiniijn, is ma'-uraliy proud of his cai's jh , ' loiiri^not , , moru so, us it b'tiy in thfi if-eem hum et gi rage fi v end tind ci«.ei only eight days on the road from tb« i-ejt i , £faop.

Cocksfoot.—a crop of this seasou's cocksfoot cut off a Puaha properly at LUtle Kiver brought the price of 10 i per lb There were 115 sacks in all, the sample weighing 15Jlbtothebubbe,'. Loyal Waibewa Lodge.—A eucnmoned meeting of the Loyal Wairewa Lodge, No. 7453, M U., was held in the Lodge, N G Bro Ku: sell presiding, All officers were present Sick pay to the amount of £2 6i 83 was paseed for payment. P.G. Bio. McQueen and P.G, Bro. French were appointed os delegates to the District Meeting to be held in Akatoa on Thursday next. Arrangements were made to hold the lodge annual picntc on the Awaiti Domain, Little ;Biver, on Sat< urday, 17th April. A dance will be held on tbat evening, the proaeeda of nhich will be handed over to the local patriotic committee. Misiaiuke Rifle Baxge—At meeting, the Akaroa Borough Council received an application from Mr G. W. Dale, builder, Akaroa, for a permit to erect a rifle run em the Borough. The application led o consideriib!' dir-cu-sion as to the Council's liability in the matter, and whether it was legal und-r the by laws of the Council to allow a rifle to be fired in the borough. The question of the safety of the range was also discu ied. It appears tbat tbe range is to '.he protected behind behind the butts with a I wall containing 12in thick of shingle, while '(the two sides «t the range will be Insulated wstib four iDches thick clay filled walls 6ft or Ttii high. There will also be an overm&Etie over the range. The Defence Dβ , p T>K<-.n>'- rii' g(-. in Christchurch has ornv 6 i'■■'■!.e- ■ f shi. g-f t> lim d lie butt" The '■' ~■] w h ■ ■ "•••■ O'p> tion in , .i, i «: ri-. ■ ii lUII.I-, ut 1 fl :•.!>!s under [irup> I i-Up I >i-nrj, wd me Act alinwe langes io be erccii d. Et would;- eem thtn that the statute overiid'S iJie bvouu'h byltiw in (be matter. ■•ri' , 'if 'th« c po'i oS the Couricil's ~ . .;., . .hr . <v ■ \<> th- ::••• |.pr.> ;ii ':•;<■ ■. ■■ •■ V ■ l> •-• c. !••«. •> • .•» l b [.lie hi 'ing >i'U. 60 i. it.. >l)'iH i> no f ii thiit »r.y (l-iigpi v?ili aiißfe, or tbat ne Council v;iii incur any liability over the matter.

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The Akaroa Mail. FRIDAY, MARCH 12, 1915., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIV, Issue 3405, 12 March 1915

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The Akaroa Mail. FRIDAY, MARCH 12, 1915. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIV, Issue 3405, 12 March 1915

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