AMUSEMENTS. 1 UNDER ELECTRIC LIGHT. Hayward's Weekly Pictures ODDFELLOWS' HALL. FRIDAY NEXT. May 28. SPECIAL WAR FILMING GEORGE ON THE BATTLEFBELD." Two Star Films - "BATTLE OF GETTYSBURG." "BATTLE OF GETTYBBUB.G." (War Drama, 4300 ft) —And— "HIGHBORN CHILD AND THE BEGGAR 'MAID." (Drama 758 ft) —Also— Gaumont Graphic topical "Curious Caterpillars" educ "Auinrioan Athletes in New Zealand." sport "Tlaving ibe Piper" comedy i PRICES—Down Stairs, la. Gallery, Is Gd. • MILITARY BALL. rnHE ANNUAL DANCE of the Peninsula J- Troop of the C.V.C. will be held in Oddfellow;.! Hall, Akaroa, on THUR- DAY, MAY 27tu, at 8 p.m. Tickets—Gentlemen a;, Lidies 2e. Regimental Band. SERGEANT LATTER, Hon. Seo. COUNTY COUNCIL NOTICES. AKAROA COUNTY 'COUNCIL DURING crushing operations the Flat Road between the Onawe Wharf and Wilson's blacksmith shop, Barry's Bay, will be CLOSED TO ALL TRAFFIC. G. H. O'CALLAGHAN, County Clerk. BOROUGH COUNCIL NOTICES. 'AKAROA BOROUGH COUNCIL: rriENDERS are invited for GRAZING 1 THE RECREATION GROUND, Lavaud Street, Akaroa, for a term of Two Years and Nine Months from Ist June, 1915 CDnditions o( Lease may be seen at the Borough Council Office, Balgueri Strfet. d U ri-. • "AW lin.ira. Tenders will be eeeelwd up to I dim. Ob WEDNESDAY, fane 2nd, 1916, marked j 'Xander for Eecreition Oroond," Me tendes awaeeartly accepted. G. W. THOMAS, Tom Alert. PUBLIC NOTICES, BANKS PENINSULA RABBIT BOARD OF TRUSTEES. EATEPAYERS are reminded that any rates outstanding alter May 22nd, 1915, will have 10 per cent, added, and may be sued for without further notice. By order, M. BLYTH, ' Clerk t? B'iard. Ataahua, Bth May, 1915 IBHBHBBUIiIIIIB ■■■■■» BUSINESS NOTICES. | "LAUNCH RUNNING. ~~ MR G. WHELCH Proprietor Launoh , Toi Toi, will rnn Weekly Trips to Wainui every FRIDAY, commencing FRIDAY. APRIL 3bd, 1914. Special Trips to the Lighthouse. Scenery Nook, etc., oan be arranged, as also Fishing Excursions. The launch leaves Akaroa for Wainui at 9a.m. every Friday Morning, and again at 3 p.m, on the return trip 3. WHELCH. Phone No. 33. Akaroa. FRANK TAYLOR Late of Akaroa, in Business in ChriEtoharob) Specials in Ladies' Blouses, Underclothing, Costumes, Etc, Japanese Silks, Fancy Linen, and other Oriental Goods. Postage on All Parcels Fokwardb* Paid bt Proprietor. NO EFFORT SPARED TO SERVE CUSTOMERS. Inspection Cordiality Invited. ROOM No. 12a, BAKER'S BUILDINGS, 166 MANCHESTER STREET, Between Worcester and Here/ord Streets. V. B. LINE, | GENERAL SADDLERY BUSINESS LITTLE I&IVER i» "'»■■ HAVING imported a large stock of Horsi aud Cow Cover Material, end alsi having taken over a litrge Btock from tb< late R. Fergneon, I em prepared o maki 5 COW COVERS FROM 13s UPWARDS HORSE COVERS ~ 20s also carry a large stock of General Saddler, and as a side line, a 1 arge stock of BIDING COATS .-The latest style an best materials. Call and insppet m y stock. lam prepare to pay frefght on all parcels to the Bays. V. IJ. LINE, LITTLE RIVER. r ' ~~ ~ Every iprudent m an carries "NAZOL" i his vest pocket, N otbiug so good for pn J venting and relievil jg coughs and «old« t dosw lje.
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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIV, Issue 3461, 25 May 1915
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