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The Akaroa Mail. TUESDAY, APRIL 27, 1915.

DuvAUCHEixs Dance.—The annual 18,11 Will be hel'i a the Duvanchele Hall on Tbarcday next, April 29th

Bx pßTßn's Cbobch, akatioa The annual meeting t>l Parishioners of M Peter's Charth Akaroa, will be held at the Boatintt Cluii'Sotial Hall on Tburuday next, a- 7 30 p m, At the conclusion of the bu mess a sou a will be held.

Inspbctiom or Little River Line— Th Qenecal Manner of Railways, Mr tin y will inspeot the Little River line on Wedoea day (to morrow) He will arrive in Little River at 11 a.m., and leave again by special train at 11.25 am.

AiunoA Borough Flkction—Ratepayers in the Akaroa Borough are reminded that an elcotion for r><ne Counoillore will be held to morrow (Wi de' dtiy) Notice giving names of oandidati% etc , appears elsewhere. We omitted last issue to mention that Cr Fyfe wss standing for re. election.

Little Bitkb Cheese Factory.—At a further meeting held on Thursday la;t to consider the question of starting a cbeene factory at Little River, it was reported that the canvassers bad obtained promises for 300 cows. It was decided to further canvass the district, end to start the factory if pro' miflea for 500 cows oould be obtained, fcj

Boad Boahd Elections:—Notioes are given re the closing of nominations for the different lioa-( Board districts as follows : -

Aharon and Wrtinui Road Board, Lβ Bone Road Board, Pigeon Bay Eoad Board close on Thursday next at noon for the election of thee members, Okuin's Bay Road Board Wednesday, Co morrow) at noon for t< re member! l The Hleoticns of ths Akaro* and Weinai, l> Bone, -no Pig-on B>y Boards, will 'bt held on Frd.y, May 7th. and *he election o< tboOkuin's Board on Wednesday. M«y sth.

Akaioa DxeraicT Hion BcrooL —At the annual meeting of householders held ft it night the fol'owing committee was elected:— Mesera J. R Newton, Revtj Juliue. Hayward, Leete, Dodda, B. Henuing and T. Periling lan. At a eubbequent meeting Mr Newton woe re-eleoled ohsirman. — Miss Glads Youog ian bar been appointed probation■ g in piaoe of Mr Bfeatiio, snbjeot to oonfirmam& by tbe EdaeatioD Boaid.

Oddfei/Lowship.—The Loyal Wairewa Lodge, No 7453, held ita fortnightly meeting in the lodge room, Little River, on Thursday evening. Ihe N G., Brother Buesell, presid. ng Owing to his depa ture shortly for I rent hum to join the Mix h Reinforcements, N.b Brother Kusseil tendered his repignation which was accepted with much regret. The postponement of the annual picnic waa can" firmed.

Queen of the Carnival.—Mr Q. W. Tnoraas, hon. seo. of the looal committee, •eceived word yesterday that the crowning oereaiony in connection with the Queen of the Carnival ould not bs repeated at Akaroa.

liYiTEi/roN Harbodb Board Eiveotiok— This eleotioD is held to:morrow (Wednesday) when all ratepayers in akaroa, Wairewa, and Mount Herbert Counties, and in the Bo rough of Akaroa are able to exeroiae a vote The candidates are Messrs J. R. Webb and J' J. Graham. The former ia a non Canal supporter, while Mr Graham, of Woolston, is strongly in fa«our of a Canal. It ia not to the interest of ratepayers on the Peninsula to have the canal, and those who wish to oppose the scheme should make a point of sup •porting Mr Webb.

. Little Akaloa Cheese Faotoey The Little Akaloa cheese factory closed last week after a very sucoeaeful season. The total output was 71 tons, exactly the same as that i the previous year. The Company have guen a half per cent of their output to the Belgian Furjd, and besides this the Company have given two cheeses for sale to the Ohrbtohurch Carnival Committee, and one for the sports meeting on Baturd-\y. ';

Nfw Vioabagb at Okain'i The new vicnr •3e a' OkainV Bay, wliioh hw * esn bniU hy 'he Banks Peninsula parish at Okain's Bay, in now ju=t completed A loan Was obtained from the Ctiurcb Property Trustees to erect the building The vloarage is eroded on the spction next to the pretty little cburoh at Chain's Bay. It is a handsome building 4Qi!t in bungalow style, The vicar of th? pirisb, the Bey. H. A. Wilkinson, will shortly take up his residenca in the new vioarage

Luxury, and the Wae—A New Zealander °?bo has recently returned from Home, speaking of the effect that the war oaused in London in referenoe to the rich classes was very marked. When first in London before •ha war, it was a common occurrence to F>ee 4 fine six seater car, which was ocoupied by two drivers, a fooiman in livery, and a number of beautifully-groomed dogs, the latter being taken for their daily airing in the streets and parks. It was sickening to see tho appalling poverty in London streets in contrast to this sort of absurd luxury. When t,he war broke out, however, all suoh evid nces of luxury disappeared, and women would pull up their cars in London streets, tmh to the news boya and eagerly scan the papers for the latest engagement at the front or in the North Sea.

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The Akaroa Mail. TUESDAY, APRIL 27, 1915., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIV, Issue 3454, 27 April 1915

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The Akaroa Mail. TUESDAY, APRIL 27, 1915. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIV, Issue 3454, 27 April 1915

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