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LOCAL AND GENERAL.

Nept IgsuE.—Owing to the Eaeter Holi days, the next issue of the "Mail" will appear •m Wednesday next.

OKiiN's Bay Spobts. Intending oompeti'j tors are reminded that entries for tbe handicap events for tbe Okain's Bay sports rose on Friday, April 9th.

For Childrens Hacking Cough at night. Woods' Grpat » eppermint Cure, 1/6. 2/6

More Peninsula Volunteers.—The fol - 'owing volunteers have passed their medical xaminatiou, and will leave for tho front with the sixth reinforcements:-Lincoln Armstrong, Maurice Lelievre, Stanley Ham)nond. David Handisidea, Herbert Chalklin,

tnd Herbert Bunny, all of Akaroa. German Bay Danck. —A very surcespftil

ance was held in German Bay, on Wednee.

lay ev.ening. in the German Bay School -oem. There wa=? a large attendance, the 'tiueia being supplied by a number of the iidies and gentlemen present The supper

vas provided by the ladies of the Bay

Musical Fxuunations -At the Trini'y Ool'ege musical examination* held at Mcihven recently, Miss N. Eiajloek. ci Akaroa, !i •and a gnod pa'-s and ru-- 4 . T C.L

Nt Peter's CnuncH —The usual Good Friday service will be held this morning. This evening service will be held at 7 30 p m when in place of a sermon the ohoir will Bing "The Story of the Cross " For Influenza take Woods' Great

Peppermint Cure, Never fails. 1/G, 2/6.

Holidat Traffic—There has b*en a influx o£ visitors for the Easter holi. day during the week, and veaterdtiy a large number made the journey to Akaroa by car. As the main roads are in good order, the ear and cycle traffic from Christchurch should be very heavy during the holidays. The weather promises to continue beautifully mild, so that those visiting our favourite watering pi cc will enjoy their visit.

Motor Csole Tbial — The North Canter* : bury Motor Cyole Club are conducting an 80 hour 1600 mile non, stop engine record ■ attempted with an Indian motor oycls and side car. Four relays of riders will be used, and the following routes will be traveled twioe:—Cbristchurcb Dunedin, ChristcburchHanmer, Christchuroh-Akaroa, starting from Christohurch at 7 am. on Friday morning for Dunedin, and finishing at Christchurch 3 pm. the following Monday evening. The machine and rider are due at Akaroa 10 a.m Saturday an-i 12 mid day Monday.

New Elkctmc Lamp, -The Akaroa Borough CJouncil are at present giving a trial of a ha'f watt lamp, which it is said will be an economical lamp for street lighting. The half watt is credited with using less than half the current of lights of the same candle power of other makes. They are only procurable for the high voltage, and there are none availnble for household purdoses. As it has been moonlight during the last few nights, the lamp has not yet been properly tested.

Are you coughiing and sneezing? Feel feverish and ill? Have you got it badly in he no-e and throat? "NAZO , .." will yut you straight in no time. 60 dore.a, 1/6. Try the Nazol inhaler.

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LOCAL AND GENERAL., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIV, Issue 3411, 2 April 1915

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LOCAL AND GENERAL. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIV, Issue 3411, 2 April 1915

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