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LOCAL AND GENERAL.

N Z, Railways.—Tiain arrangements for the Easter Holidays are given elaewher. Peninsula Saletarqs Cosipajcv- — Owtngr to Good Friday being the first Friday in the month the Duvaucbelle sale will be held on Friday, April 9th. The Bklgium Cahkival.—ln our report of the Belgium Carnival beid at Akaroa we inadvertently reported that Mies J. Lelievre assisted Mra Goodwin in the ice cream stall,

whereas it was Mies Gladys who assisted

Musical Fxajiination. —The two candi' dates, Mbs Gw\n Haylook and Miss Mary Eotlowski, presented by the Sisters of Mercy at Afearoa were, successful iv passing the Trinity College music examination (art of teaching music) held in December laat at public centre, Metbven Both young ladies gained high marks, also their letters A.T.O.L.

Accident —Rev A H Julius, had an accident las' Wednesday when driving down the Little River Hill. pa=t Messrs Koenan Bros, The horse stumbled and HI throwing Mr Julius out of the trap, but fortunately no barm was done beyond a little damage to the harness. During Lent, Mr Julius has taken war intercession services:—One on Wednes* day afternoon in the Little River Native Church, and another on on Wednesday evening in St Andrews Church. War intercessi Bion services are held at Duvauchelle's and Wainui each week by the Vicar, all being well attended, Musuqooms.— The growth of mushrooms on Bark= Peninsula this year has been phe. nominal, and the season has lasted since the end of December. Durinp, the last month graz Ing paddoaks right up to the summits of the Peninsula Hills have been literally white rings of mushrooms, and those gathering them have become tired of this Autumn dc,licacy. It is a pity some outlet could not hrve been found for tham as many cwts. of mushrooms must have wasted in the pad. dojks, after the usual catsup making requir. ments were over. The very dry season fallowed by late warm rains no donbS accounted for the plentiful growth this year.

RruiNsos's Bat Wiuuf asb Road.—The

commencing of the construction of b Wharf and road at Robinson's Hay, has jnst been commenced, and elready Messrs Hayward Bros of Robinson's Bay, have several of the I concrete piles in at the stone end of the Wharf, Tho timber for tbe new Wbarf will be on the site as soon as it is required. Mr X Prowie who was the successful contractor for Iho road leading to the new Wharf, on on the south side of the Bay ha 3 not yet commenced operations, but will do so in b few daj.s. He has most of hia material on the ground for the cement sea wall. The new Whatf should be completed at the end of three months, and should prove far more convenient thin the old wharf as produce will be shipped direct on to the s.s. Cygnet; which will be able to draw alongside.

Julius Knioiit Dramatic Club.—On Saturday, April 3rd (Kaster Saturday) residents of Akaroa and the surrounding Bays, will have an opportunity of witnessing a Grand Dramatic performance, which is to be given by the Julias Knight Dramatic Club who are on a short visit to Akaroa. The entertain, ment will take the fo'm of a Triple Bill, com. I prising a streaming farce, a Belgian drama, and an excellent and mirth/provoking comedy The Club produced these pla}B at ihe : Opera House Cbriateburch, recently, before a large audionce, the proceeds being devoted to the War funds. There is every prospect of J this holiday attraction at Akaroa being large- , ly patronised, by the residents, 'end visitors. The prioes are 3/-2/-and 1/. On Sunday evening. April 4th, a snored concert will be given, commencing at 8 30., when an excel, lent and appropriate programme will be subr miUed.

You can't expect to cure a complaint of the tho lungs by "merely pouring thugs into your stomach -'NAZUL" treatment goes straight to tbe actual srat of the trouble, The perfect nold cure. j

Loyal Wairewa Lodge —The Loyal Wairewa, No 7453, M.D. mot in the lodgeroom, Little River, on Thursday evening, Brother Kuas&ll, N.G. presiding. It was decided that as the harvest festival is to be - held in Christchurch on April 17 thit the lodge Rnn. I ual picnic and dance should be postponed till April 24. Owing to GM. Brother M'Queer's absence the delegates' report of the district meeting was held over until npxt meeting.

Blinding Boads,—ln the summer weather ■'■■ li very necessary to blind Peninsula road* io pruvent the metal oropping up and destroying the crown. In some cases, however, this is overdone, and not only olay, which is the most effec'ive for blinding, but the cleanings from the side ohannels are thrown on to the road, In fine weather this does no harm, but in drizzling weather puch as that experienced lately, makes roads thus blinded into (» quagmire, This in the present state of the Summit road between the Hill Top and Pigeon Bay ■ addle, and those using this portion of the road have a very uncomfortable jour-ney through the thick mud n> present. The Akarna County Council enn Bidered the matter on Saturday, but decided that nothing could he doii6 to make the road more pleasant "going."-

Akaiioa Botteh Factort.— A meeting of the directorate of the Akaroa Butter Factory was held on Friday evening, Mr A. J Turner, chairman of directors, presiding. Tenders for installing electric light in the manager's house were received, and Messrs Turnbull and Jones' tender was acoepted The Chai man report d that the output of the faotory up to Maroh 31st had been sold at the satisfactory figure of 13Jd per Ib. and a further sale of 200 boxes was discussed, and it was left with the chairman to accep , the price. The chairman reported that the Inspector of Dairy Faotories had inspecjeri the factory nnd reported that eventhinp was satisfactory. He, howe : er, drew attention to the dir'y state rf the footpaths round the faotorv with weed" and rubiiish. It wa> re-olved to urge the Borough Council to pui in the crossing from the street to the fnotor> Is poon as josiible. Th ppcretary was i- , fti-uctid to write to Mr of thu Pubti' Woiks Depurtmeot, Christohurch, re obtain power trom the Lake Coleridge electrical supply for une in the factory.

Thk Autumn Feed —The recant rains thnt have fallen in the PenineuU districts hav> ■een a boon to farmers who a month sgn 'lespttirfd of any autumn teed. There ap peered no chance of tbe dairying herds holding on as they usually do well into April, as tbe milk supply dropped so low in January. The rains which have fallen however, have improved r the supply from dairy herds or at leaslfthe herds have maintained their supply for a much longer period tha was anticipated. The great improvement in the grazing paddocks has also, lessened the anxiety cf dairy farmers, concerning winter feed and there is a fplendid growth every where which should last well in to the wim>

ter, while the coooksfoot paddocks have CDn. siderably improved. Grazing should not be so scare- 1 as thought a month ago. The rainfall has been patohy, however and although a plentiful enpply of rain baa fallen in most parts of the Peninaula, and only warm weather is required to keep on the feed, tbe rainfall in Pigeon Bay and along the north side of the Peninsula haa been meagre and more is required.

Are you coughiing and sneezinß? Peel feverish and ill? Have you got it badly in he nose and throat? "NAZOI" will put you straight in no time. 60 doses, 1/G. TryJhe Nazol inhaler.

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LOCAL AND GENERAL., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIV, Issue 3410, 30 March 1915

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LOCAL AND GENERAL. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIV, Issue 3410, 30 March 1915

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