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Arbor Day is being observed in the Borough on Thursday next. It is the intention of the Council to plant that section of land fronting Mr E. E. Lfllievre's residence beyond the Bruce Hotel bridge, and also a seotioo beyond the A.BO shed It was pointed out lest Council meeting that a eeotion of Bruce Terrace, opposite Mr Jas. Glynan's residence, might well be planted, and no doubt that seotion will be taken in hand also. The observance of Arbor Day in the Akaroa Bobool ground will be posponed for some weeks unless application has already been made to the North Canterbury Education Board for shrub? and plants The applications must bo in three weeks, and must be in con fonuity with some plan laid down by he Board's gardener. The Akaroa K'j'iiv.' ground has been laid out care(oily, 'hough funds do not allow of tin -cbtuno being carried out at once. N < 'In ibe tbe School ('Oromifetee will

= ki< n» o poriunuy of writing for iuiai"o Hbrubs and trees and planting •■".i- in ibn Hohool ground. Other o <i.i"- on ttiH Peninsula also should aval: i.b*ms»lvee of the Board's offer of fret* shrubs and trees. The French Fitna school grounds are much en-

banced from tbe fact that trees wee planted there BS*ny years ago, and ■h'y • "w ' «vm fli>m« fine speoim-n" •/ ■I; . >i . Bbes- A f«" w fl'W?:it:( ■■ -r. it) 11 rCbO' > U ''"■■l* '■■-:•: ili..iC'i. io the fjennai ttppenrftoot 1 , and hw 0 the Peniosula shrubs grow ver\ easily. ______„, wmmmmmmmmmmm

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OBSERVANCE IN AKAROA., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3472, 6 July 1915

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OBSERVANCE IN AKAROA. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3472, 6 July 1915

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