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AMU BE MEN IS UNDER ELECTRIC LIGHT. Hay ward's Weekly Pictures ODDFELLOWS' HALL. FRIDAY NEXT. MflNil 19 War Topical— "METROPOLITAN RAILWAY IN PARIS." Two Star Films — "GOOD FOR EVIL" "GOOD FOR EVIL" (Drama, 3000 ft) —And— "THE ONLY VETERAN IN TOWN" —Also— Gaumont Graphic topical "Cutey Triea Reporting" comic "Chip of the Old Block*' comic "The Heart of a Doll" drama "Trip to the Nile Dam" scenic PLEASE NOTE— Start Sharp at 8 p.m. PRICES—Down Stair-, Is. Gallery, Iβ 6d, (xx*£ft.n.cl Conceri IN AID OF BELGIANS ODDFELLOWS , HALL, AKARCA THURSDAY, MARCH 18. Song , Madame Ottlee Quartettj—MisEee Nixon, Mitchell, Messrs Hanna, Cock 3, and Joll Violin Solo— Vera Buchanan Conjurer— B. Cookaon Comedians— Messrs Biz Webb and Harry Watts Address, with musical illustrations— Dr Jennings Address—"The World and our Duty" Mr 0. T. J.Alpers Lightning Sketching by Mr Wnllworke, an English artist. OKAIN'S BAY ATHLETIC SPORTS CLUB. "PECGRAMME OF EVENTS To be held on Reoreation Ground, Okain's Bay, on THURSDAY, APRIL 15. 1915 Proceeds in aid of the Belgian Fund. PART I. To etßit at 11 am. 1. Bojb' Race under 15 years, 220ydi. First prize 10s, second se, third 2s 6d! entry Cd 2. 220vds Handicap First prize 40s, aeo ond third ss; entry 2a Gd 3. Long Jump Handicap First prize 15s, second os; entry Is 4. Threading the Needle Race for men Ftret prize 10s ; entry Iβ 5 Threading the Needle Race for ladies; First prize 10s; entrance free 6 880 yds Handicap Fiivt prize 50s, sec ond 15?, third ss; entry 3s 7 Putting the Shot Handicap First prize J 5s ; entry la 8 100 Yards, in beats First prize 100s, second 20s, third 10a ; entry 53 Luncheon 12.30 to 1.30 <J Final 100 yds Handicap 10 Stepping Competition Prize 20s; en , try Iβ 11 ll'Jyde Handicap, boys under 15 years First prize 10?, Eecond 5a third 2s 6d: entry 6d 12 Hop, Step, and Jump Handicap Firit prize Ids, second 5s ; entry Iβ 13 440 yds Handicap First prize 60s, sec ond 20s, third 10s ; entry 3a 11 Single Ladies' lhce. Firct prize 15e, j second ss; entry 6d 15 High Jump Handicap. First prize 15b, sepond ss; entry Is 16 Mile Run (Boys und.r 15 years). First prize 20s, second ss, third 23 Gd ; entry yd 17 Mil* Run Hundioap for Men. Firßt prize HDs, second 20a, third 10s; entry 5s 18 Sack Tournament, teamsof lour. First prize 20s ; entry le per man RULES. 1 All events to be run under the rules of the N,Z Athletic Union. 2. Nominations, accompanied by performances of the last two years (if no performances during last two years last four performances), to accompany entrance fees. 3. Entries for the lOLLyds, 220 yds, 410 yds 880ydB and mile run close with the Secretary at 6 p.m en April 9th. All other events post entry Handicaps in "Akaroa Mail" on April 13. The Lyttelton Marine Band will be in attendance. A Punch and Judy Show will be on at intervals. A Good Luncheon Provided—Price, Is Gd, The ss. Monica leaves Lyttelton on day of Sports on arrival of the 730 train, and will remain to finish. W. ROBINSON, Pon. Sec. TENDERS THE NORTH OANTERBUR'Y HOSPITAL AND CHARITABLE AID BaARD. rnENDEUS addressed to the Chairman -I- and endorsed "Tender," will be received at the Board's Office, Riccarton road, Christchurcb, up to 9 a.m. ol MONDAY 22nd March, for SUPPLIES to the Akaroa Hospital, where forms and partionlari can be obtained. Eaoh tender must contain the requisite amount of deposit in Benk Notes. The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted, By Order, W f B. W BARTON,

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIV, Issue 3406, 16 March 1915

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIV, Issue 3406, 16 March 1915

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