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_____ ■ I Okoin'r H-iv. I Mar:h7fi, IUIS Sir, — La*t nr-etiuKtf he Akaroa Uoumj Council, the motinn of altering themou r by> laws was broufht up Some of th« oil'o.M wiinted the bylawi amentied fron not §Ho«ing njotore to tra\el from ati set to aunrilfi to a'ter them to tiavel afrer VI p.m. In j my district, Okaiu'e I ft', a tetitiun was ink -n ' round by our local Councillor asking iate- i pa j era if thpy we c in favour of allowing I oars to J ravel after 10, 10 30 or 11. or any < time, the members of the Akaroa County < Coaaoil approved, or if they were again3t I

altering the by'aws of not allowing motors or cycles to travel after sunset or sunrise Yesterday the Akarca County Raaes were held at the raoecourse, Motukararn, and in the night I was very much surprised to see and also to bear, a motor-car passing down through the Bay nt v q :arter pist Might, then aftur a ehorc interval I heard it on its way "up tno Biy. Now, I know thia id a looally owned car, and heietherub comes in. The was one of the very few who s ; (jned against the I cars travelling at night after 10, 10 30 or 11, i or even 12 p m., and believe he ws asfeed. i and did take charge of one of Mr J. D | Bruee's petitions, not to allow cars on the j nii.d after dark, Mr Editor, you are always fait and iiquare about local matters, oan tell me what time your Akarna cars arrived i in Akaroa after the County Haces. By ■wring me some of your valuable epacp, and answering the above question y v wili oblige a resident of one of the baok bays — Yours truly, NUMSKULL! Akaroa earn would have arrived in Abaroa long before Ha>k but fo an un f rt « '«t >m rte i r.- n° t-ar could not have been foreseen. Mr Pilkington lef thti l-ii-u i uiso eiirly, ;o ihniht- wi.ul.i ru no ri-k ot n/ (he bjlawa Hpii . a pftffPrßT in i! c' f the R.iid i-nrs. I c ,,* ])»!; Inm ] | £ .-pwlefg tnJ to j from hram y— Ed Mail] |

Moxlmm Kiibi-ni°. This G.and Pharmarcy, 3 Willi'. street —Endowed ie J/7 n stump?, for which post n botMe of .'NAZOL " Thid ia quite the finest thiny Ivefunrd f.r curing lull lerzi, My s n was v Ti bid recntiy ; bu; ono n'ght'-: trca , . nient iff o f<\ complete cum [ had <>'g.j n a very h d o >M o >raing on whch a few d >stF of "N&Z JL , quite diapnsed of. I thanb yon lot recommending the cure to me. - Yours truly, E, Kfat Brows

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MOTOR BYLAWS., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIV, Issue 3406, 16 March 1915

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MOTOR BYLAWS. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIV, Issue 3406, 16 March 1915

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