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DuvACCHELiiE '•'cnooti -Mis-i Mackintosh, of ibe Oxford school, has been appointed tnietresß at the Duvauchel c sohool, and took up nor duties yesterday.

Okain's CA'i Sron'u. — Competitors am reminded tbat rntrioi for the above sportb close with the eeoretary at Okain's Bay on Friday next, April 9-h, at 6 p m

You will he mivined to take this and thatbut if you have a Cold or a Cough; if ei.zu or Niißul I rouble of any kind ie bother ing you, "NAZOJU' is the one thing needful Itoores. 1/6

Akahoa and Wainni Koad Board-A ra>et ins of this Bonrd will be btld at usual hcu' and place on Sa'urday next.

New Street Lights.—There 's no doubt that the half watt street lamp which has been tried nt the Bank corner, Aharon, gives a much better light than the other street lamps. The lamp uses half the current of th j other street lamps.

FuNKiuii.—The lata Mrs William Penlington was buried at Akaroa on Haturdny. A service was held in St Peter's Church, Akaroa, on Saturday at 3 p m , which the choir attended. Thero was a large cortege, Mra Penlington's sis eons all being present to pay their last respects to deceased. The service was conduted by the vicar, Bey A. H Julius.

Akaboa Bo\vlin<i Cldb—During the Easter holidays a number of gueste have been en tertaimd at the bowling green. On Eaeter Monday, Mrs V. V. Masefield kindly gave afternoon tea to the players and friends.

A Wobd for Printers—A New Zealand trooper in Eg\pt writes: "It appear that Geueral Qodley knew that we were coming <o Egypt b< fore we left New Z aland, as our ■yllabus of training until the end of April in Egypt was printed in New Zealand by the Government Printer." Who says printers connot keep a secret?- Dunedin exchange.

Elle mebb Queen of the Cabnival — Me srs Cardston and Burke, of the central committee of the Queen of the carnival visited Akaroa on Easter Monday with a view to ascertaining what the local committee wae doing in the matter of forward, ing our local candidate's election. After seeing ,he Mayor and Mr G W. Thomas, Hon Sec of the local committee, Messni Cards'on and Burke left again for Christ., (sliuroi-i. Peninsula pi-ople are reminded that the votae must all be in before the 17'h, and that if they wish to see our oandidate Q'ipen of the Carnival they'must take steps at once to forward her oandidature.

Loyal Good Intent Lodge—A summoned me-ting of the Loyal Good Intent Lodge, M.U was held on Monday, March 29, in (he iodge roum, Akaroa, N.G., Bro. T. Lawrence presiding over a good attendance. Four claims for sick pay were received and granted The delegates to the teoent district meeting submitted their report, and were accorded a hearty vote of thanks for their services An fippL'ntion from the Hall Committee for a lean to enable some repairs to be effeoted wiiß def.-rred until another me ting. It was

• ported tnat more brothers had joined the

• xp-ditonary Force, and it was decided to interlain them at a farewell social before ihey went to Treniham, and a sub oommittee was appointed to arrange details

For Childreoa Hacking Cough at night.

Woods' Great ' eppermint Cure, 1/6, 2/6

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LOCAL AND GENERAL., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Issue 3412, 7 April 1915

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LOCAL AND GENERAL. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Issue 3412, 7 April 1915

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