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The Akaroa Mail. TUESDAY, MAY 4, 1915.

ohene E DAT " ~ Friday i 8 Bale d *y at D «vau

Pesinsita Boom Sun UnioN-The annual meeting of tbe above Union will to bold on Tuesday next, May 11, at 7 30 p m at the County Council Chambers, Davau onello:

For Influonaatake Woo da'Gre at Peppermint Cure. Never (ails. 1/6. 2/6 Efgbtepnpence (or 60 dose?! That's all it oosts to buy rhe best o( all cough and cold relieTerp-»NAZOL." Shi(ts a cold like magic

Le Bon's Bax Boad Board.—An eleotion to return three members of the above Board will be hel.i on Friday next between 9 a.m. «.nd 6 p.m. The candidates are Messrs W. G, Dalglish, A, F. Leonardo jun„ J. P. and A- Peterson,

Bobinson's Bax Wharf.—Most of the concrete pile* for the new wharf are in plaoi, md a surt will be made soon with the deok.injj. The new whjrf will be much appre' liato.i by residents as there will be plenty of ■vtj.tar there. It is tho intention of the usiflentg to move in the mater of having v small wharf shed built there

More effective than any mixture in stip. ping a bad oold is 'NAZOL " Penetrating md germ killing. Gives quick relief. 1/6 buys 60 doses.

A Correction.—ln our report of the an ,iual meeting ot the Akaroa School we nentioned tbst Mr F. Harrow had offered to tune the Bohool piano 'or £3 This is not cirrect, &b Mr Harrow has undertaker to repair tho instrument thoroughly (or that Un.

Volunteers fob Active Service.—Volunteering is very keen in and about Akaroa. The latest volunteers include T. MoGuire, G. Sergison, E. Julius, V. Armstrong, Cornwall, Low, 0. Ferris F. Harrow, A. (■vine, A. Khodes, and J. Lelievre. Should all these later volunteers go to the front the Akaroa Football Club will have contributed no lea* than twenty six of its past and present members—a marvellous performance for a small club whioh num<bars at mo-t fifty members.

Presentation.— At the annual meeting of parishioners of St Peter's Churoh held ii Thursday last, Mr H. Mottram was pre-> spnted with a pair of fia'd glasses by Mr T. 13. Taylor, churchwarden, for his long ser<vice as member of St. Peter's churoh choir for thirty years. In making the presentation

vfr Taylor said the choir very much re' (.•retted losing the services of Mr Mottram, but throat trouble had forced him to resign. Mr Mottram replied thanking the choir •nerabers for their gift. Native Game on Lake Ellesmere,—At be av.nual meeting of tbe Canterbury

Acclimatisation Sooiety on Thursday, Seo. tion 4 of the special regulations published in .he New Zealand "Gazette," for killing native game on Lake Ellesmere. came in for

much discussion; The regulation is as follows :— A licensee may. for tbe purpose of taking or killing native game, use a boat concealed among the vegetation growing a< long or near the margin of the said lake, or may use such boat for the purpose of recovering native game that has been shot; provided t at boats used in pursuance of this regulation shall not be dressed or covered in any way:—The secretary stated that he had '■ secured legal advioe regarding the regulation Tho interpretation was to the effeat that no boat.could be used for shooting ducks unless it was restricted to the mnrgin of the lake, 'out that it could be used to retrieve wounded iluoka from the lake.—The matter was re ferred to the incoming council.

Ft. Peter's Church.—The annual meeting of St Church parishioners was held at the Boating Club's social hall on Thursday last, when there was a fair attendance, the vicar, Rev. A. H. Julius, in the chair. The vicsr's report, the Chu.ohwarden's re' port, end the balance sheen were read anl adopted The parish warden, Mr C. W. Laete. resigmd his poailun aftar boldi' g it for thirteen years, and as the ollioe could not be filled it was decided to call a further meet ing, Ust year's ofSiors carrying on the work in the meant'—c. The date of the further meeting was not fixed. At the conclusion of the business a social was held.

It was the steamer Hesperus That sailed the wintry sea, But the skipper bold had an awful cold, And was as sad as sad could be, But hie daughter with the golden hair, Sai>, "F: ther, no words could be truer. No cure on earth bas half the worth, Of Wood**' Great Peppermint Cure."

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The Akaroa Mail. TUESDAY, MAY 4, 1915., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIV, Issue 3456, 4 May 1915

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The Akaroa Mail. TUESDAY, MAY 4, 1915. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIV, Issue 3456, 4 May 1915

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