LOCAL AND GENERAL.
Akaroa County Council—This Counoil meets at usual hour and place on Saturday next (10 morrow).
Fourth Page.—A report of the last meeting of tbe Okain's Road Board and of the meeting of the Akaroa and Bank'd Peninsula Miniature Rifle Range appear on our fourth page Sparei'lsie Raised— Yaeterday, tho Deve. Ron ma''e a successful attempt to raise the Sparetime, Messrs Glynan and Pool's sailing boat, which was swampsd and sunk in Akaroa harbour on March G. The boat was in the fairway half a mile from Tikao. and might have been a menace to shipping. The Deveron took three hours to tow the boat to her mooring The Sparetiuu ia reported to be none the worse for her immersion.
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Tennis.- A ladies' match is being played on the Akaroa lawn lennis courts on Hatur day, (to.morrow) between teams of six ladies representing the Domain, and Akaroa clubs. The play commences at 130 pm, The following will play for Akaroa : -Misses M. Jacobson, L Vangioni, I Taylor, D Hay. ward, M. Fergus and L Youngman. The Domain feim is Mcsdames C Newton, W. Pool, and Miss's Narbsy, M. Pcol' F. Staples , and M. Baylcc'r,
! EnsoNAii Tbere die! recently at Bran' uprton, West Cosst, Mr Guthbillert, who left Akana soma twenty eight years ago Mr Gu'hbilleit had a bakery at the premises in Baißueri street now ocoupied by Mr A. J. Turner, and he was famous for the excellent bread he made. He was alto a member of the Akaroa Borough Council and of the local Oddfellows' Lo'ge. He had a fine bas° voice, and was alwayß ready to help with any entertainments. Old residents will re collect Mr Guthbillert perfectly well, as he took a keen interest in all publio matters' Juwus Knight Dramatic Club. — Tbe Julius Knight Dramatic Club are paying a short visit to Akaroa, and on Saturday, April 3rd at the Oddfellow's Hall, will give a grand dramatio performance. Tho proi gramme will comprise a screaming farce I entitled " Browne with an E." a Belgian Drama specially written from an inaident of the present war, and a very clever oomedy entitled " Domestic D ffioulties." This very successful company has given several large productions at the Thpatre Royal, Chriftr church, and the performance at Akaroa will be tbe same as tbat recently produced at the Opera House, Christchurch, before a large audience. Akaroa residents should avail themselves of this unusual opportunity of witnessing an interesting performance. A sacred concert will also be given on Sunday. April 4th, at 8. 30 p.m., when a high-olass programme will be rendered.
Fire.—About 10, 30 a.m, on Tuesday tbo Akaroa fire bell was rung, the trouble being that the house adjoining th« Akaroa butler factory was alight. It appeared tbat a Bpark from the factory chimney had lodged under tho iron roof and a fire had started The Akaroa Fire Brigade is to be complimented upon the expedition with whioh the memba s nrrived on the scene with hose and gear. The tire which was only in its infancy was soon subdued but the sheet iron had to ripped oS tbe eaves to allow the hose to get well in. The building is insured in the Liverpool, London, and Gl- be Insurance Company, and immediately the fire was reported to the Christchurch office, instructions were given to put the repairs into hand at once. The work was gone on with and has now been
completed, the total cost being a little over £4, Mr and Mrs Judd. wbu are living in the house were put to a great deal of inconvience, as all their furniture was taken out when the fire seemed dangerous. There eeema no doubt the factory chimney should be raised some ten or twelve feet higher, or 'he same trouble will occur Vritb this or another adjoining wooden building. The Metropole buildings, Technical School, Beswick tnd Harris' office. "Mail" Office, and Akaroa Boreugh Council are all fairly close to tbe factory. Mr and Mr." Judd were very grateful for the way in which residents came to their help. Had the fire occured at night the building would probably have gone. You can't expect to cure a complaint of the the lungs by merely pouring thngs into jour stomach -'NAZOL" treatment goes straight to tbe actual seat of the trouble, The perfect cold cure.
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LOCAL AND GENERAL., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIV, Issue 3409, 26 March 1915
LOCAL AND GENERAL. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIV, Issue 3409, 26 March 1915
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