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N,Zi FARMERS' CO OP. LITTLE RIVEK SALE, TUESDAY, MARCH 23iu>, 19 IS. SPECIAL ENTRY Account MrD Cant, Little River— 210 Fine Thref quarterbred ftur year old Ewes, guaranteed s.m Further Entries Solicited. N.Z FARMERS , CO OP., LTD , Auctioneers. AUCTION SALE OF PROPERTY AND FURNITURE AT AKAROA MESSRS W. D. WILKINS AND SONS have received instructions from the Trustees io the Estate of John Wright TO SELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION At the Premises, Ba'gueri Street, Akaroa, on THURSDAY, MARCH 31et, at 2 p m. PROPERTY—Section beinj? Part R S 200 -20 Perohes with 2 stcreyed House of 7 rooms, built of heart of totara. FURNITURE as follows.— 2 double beds, matiress and pillowssingle stretcher, 3 o ucties, round table olooka, ornaments, blankets, oilolotVs and mats, ohest drawers, waahstand and ware, 2 commodes, 2 looking glasses kitohen table, wicker chair, 10 kitchen chairs crooke'ry, pots and pane, and sundry kitchen utensils, 2 doz, jam W. D. WILKINS & BONS. LTD Auctioneers. AMUSEMENTS UNDER ELECTRIC LIGHT. Hay ward's Weekly Pictures ODDFELLOWS' HALL. FRIDAY next, March 26 Two Star Films— "LONDON BY NIGHT" "LONDON BY NIGHT" (Drama, 3000 ft) —And— "WHEN DARKNESS CAME" "WHEN DARKNESS CAME" (Drama, 1000 ft) —Alsc— Gaumont Graphic topical "Frog and the Ox" fable "From Spietz to Loetscbberg" BCenic :'Hobo ana tho Hobble Skirt" comic "Wood Carving" indue. "A Game of Pool" comic Extra— "FUNERAL OF EARL ROBERTS" please NOTE— Start Sharo at 8 p.m. PRICES—Down Sfcair*. Is. Gallery, Is 6d, OKA INS BAY ATHLETIC SPORTS CLUB. "PROGRAMME OF EVENTS To be held on Recreation Ground, Okaln'i Bay, on THURSDAY, APRIL 15. 1915 Proceeds in aid of tbe Belgian Fund. PART 1. Toetsrt at 11 Am. 1. Boys' RHce under 15 years, 220ydi First prize 10s, second sf, third 2s 6d entry 6d 2. 220 yds Handicap First prize 40?, cc ond 15j. thirti ss; entry 2a 6d 3. Long Jump Handicap First prize 10s second ss; entry Is 4. Threading the Needle Race for me; Ftrst prize 10s; entry Is 5 Threading the Needle Race for ladies First prize 10s; entrance free 6 880 yds Handioap First prize 50s, Be ond 15s, third ss; entry 3s 7 Putting the Shot Handicap First priz 15s; entry Is 8 ICO Yards, in heats First prize 100 second 20s, third 10s ; entry 5s Luncheon 12.30 to I.SO 9 Final 100 yds Handicap 10 Stepping Competition Prize 20s ;ei try Is 11 100 yds Handicap, boys under 15 yeai First prize 10s, eecond 5s third 2s 6d entry Gd 12 Hop, Step, and Jump Handicap Fin prize 15s, second 5s ; entry Iβ 13 440 yds Handicap First prize 60s, cc ond 20s, third 10s; entry 3a 14 Single Ladies' Race. First prize 15 second 5b ; entry Gd 15 High Jump Handicap. First prize 15i Beoond 6s; en»y la - -16 Mile Run (Boys under 15 years). Fin prize 20s, second ss, third 2d Gd ; entt 6d 17 Mile Run Hhndiosp for Men. Fin prize 100e, sectnd 20?, third 10s; enti 5s 18 Sack Tournament, teatmof tour. Fir prize 20e; entry Is per man RULES. 1 All events to be run under the rules the N.Z. Athletic Union. 2. Nominations, accompanied by perfo mances of tbe last two years (if no perfo mances during last two years laet foi performances), to accompany entrance fees 3. Entries for the 100 yds, 220 yds, 440y 880 yds and mile run olose with the Secrete ac 6 p.m on April 9th. All other events pc entry Handioapi in "Akaroa Mail" on April 13 The Lyttelton Marine Band will be attendance A Punch and Judy Sb< will be on at intervals. A Good Luncheon Provided—Pries, Is ( The s.B. Monica leaves Lyttelton en d of Sports on arrival of tbe 7.30 train, a will remain to finish. W. KOBIHBON, Boa, Bee.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIV, Issue 3408, 23 March 1915

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIV, Issue 3408, 23 March 1915

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