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i _ AMU'EMENIVv UNDER ELECTRIC LIGHT. Hayward's Weekly Pictures ODDFELLOWS' HALL. To-night I To-night! Special War Film— "C NADIANS RALLY ROUND THE FLAG." Fiora the Land of tbe Maple Leaflet Montreal Grenadiers Round the camp fire. Assembled Tran sports. Going on board at Quebec. Loading transports. Britain's "Sure Shield." An untxampled exploit. Britain's navy transports —35.000 men, 9000 boisef, and 250 guns, without interference or accident. Leaving the St. Lawrence. On the high seas. Tbe j Hospital escort, Life on board i ship. Keeping fit. Band of the 16 h Highlanders. " j

Two Star Films — • CHECKMATED" "CHECKMATED" (Vita drama, 1080 ft) —And— "ROBIN ON CRUSOE" "ROBINSON CRUSOE" (Edison Drama, 8000 ft) —Also— ' Panama Hat Industry" Indus. "Tbe Coastguards Sister" Drama Pathe Gazette Topical "Labour Day in Auckland" Topical "The Lady in Black" Comic "Smashing Time" Comic PRTCES—Down Stair?, Is. | Gallery, la Gd.

FRENCH FARM SCHOOL TREAT THE French Farm School Committee will hold their annual School Children's Pic:ic NEXT WEDNESDAY, April 14th, A DANCE will be held in tbe evening in aid ot tbe Children's Prize Fund. Admission Gentlemen 2s 6d, ladles fiee. J. J. DONOVAN, Chairman. QUEEN OF THE CARNIVAL FUND. fl RAND VABIETY ENTERTAINMENT To be Given in the AKABOA ODDFELLOWS' HALL ON THURSDAY NEXT, April 15 under Ibe managemement of Mr Cardston, of Cbrietohuroh.. Come and enjoy an Evening's Entertainment Come and help on the Candidature of tbe PENINSULA CANDIDATE. Popular Prices. Start at 8 p m. OKaIN'H BAY ATtiHSTiC SPORTS CLUB. T)ROGRAMME OF EVENTS To be held on Recreation Ground, Okain'e Bay, on THURSDAY, APRIL 16, 1915 Proceeds in aid of tbe Belgian Fund. PART 1. To start at 11 am. 1. Boya' Race under 15 years, 220 yds. First prize 10s, Becond 6s, third 2» 6d! entry 6d 2. 220 yds Handicap First prize 403, sea ond 153, third ss; entry 2s 6i 3. Long Jump Handioap First prize 15e, second 53; entry Is 4. Threading the Needle Race for men First prize 103; eotry 1b 5 Threading tbe Needle Race for ladies; First prize 10s; entrance free 6 880 yds Handioap First prize 50s, sec ond las, third ss; entry 3s 7 Putting tbe Shot Handicap First prize ]ss; entry Is 8 100 Yards, in beats First prize 100s, second 20s,£third 10s ; entry 5s Luncheon 12.130 to 1.30 9 Final 100 yds Handicap 10 Stepping Competition Prize 20s; entry Is 11 100 yds Handicap, boys under 15 years First prize 10*, second 5s third 2s 6d : entry 6d 12 Hop, Step, and Jump Handicap First prize 15s, second 5s ; entry Is 13 410 yds Handicap First prize 60s, sec ond 20s, third 10s ; entry 3d 14 Single Ladies' Race. Firßt prize 15s, second ss; entry 6d 15 High Jump Handicap. First prize 16s, second ss; entry Is 10 Mile Run (Boys und rls years). First prize 20s, second ss, third 2a 6d ; entry 6d 17 Mile Run Hundioap for Men. First prize lOOf, second 20p, third 10s ; entry 5s 18 Sack Tournament, teatnsof tour. First prize 20s ; entry Is per man 1 RULES. 1 All events to be run under the rules of the N.Z. Athletic Union. 2. Nominations, accompanied by performances of the last two years (if no performances during last two years last four performances), to accompany entrance fees. 3. Entries for the 100 yds, 220 yds, 440yd8 880 yds and mile run olose with the Secretary at 6 p.m on April 9th. All other events post entry Handicaps in "Akaroa Mail" on April 13. The Lyttelton Marine Band will be in attendance. A Punch and Judy Show will be on at intervals. A Good Luncheon Provided—Price, Is Cd, The s.s. Monica leaves Lyttelton on day e£ Sports on arrival of tbe 7.30 train, and will remain to finish. W. ROBINSON, Bon, B«o,

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIV, Issue 3413, 9 April 1915

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIV, Issue 3413, 9 April 1915

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