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The Akaroa Mail. TUESDAY, JULY 13, 1915.

Waibkwa Countx Council —The monthly meeting of this Council will be held nt Little River, to day.

Ddvadchelle Social.—A Social will be beld at the Duvanchello publio hall, to , mopow eveninu at' 8 p m.

Little Kivek Sal? —Messra H Matpon and Co , will hold a stock sale at their Cen tral yarde, Little Kiver today.

Cbibbaoe —The first round of the United Bays Oribbage Club's tournament was concluded lust Thurnday, when Piper's Valley met and defeated Duvaucbelle by 25 games to 23. The position of the three clubs at thf' end of tho first roind is—Piper's Val ey. 53 ;!innps; Duvauobeile, 52 games; Freuch

Medical. Among those who passed the • w Z • tian t Uα vsrsity's special Third Fro ■fiHs.oin,' Medicnl Bxamifiasinn in M/dioine.

•avis W Jobr>st>int> has pasned in ttipdicul jurisprudence »md health. Mr John uoii is a grand-on of Mr Geur i< Vonan, ff Duvanchelie Or Turnbull, of Mangiwaka, ixq su'!O4eded Dr Guthrie in p aotica at | J t'f''..)n

Fabewkm. to Akaroa Reobuith—A farpj■• »l win be te dered to two Akaron rßoruits,

■tiv-uo E J Beatt'e and L C H Chalklin, who _ii. with the 6th Bainforcenients, at me Oddfellows' Hall tonight, The etening vitl t<ike the form of a euchre party, fol(iwed by a dance. The Mayor will make a

jre.'i-nttttion to the departing men. Ladies ire requested to bting refreshmente. and all

m asked to bring cards for the euchre. Fabewell to Poet Lkvi Troopers—The r-.id> n . of P'T'i; ( evy assi/mbled i> force "n ■ ur'in.v evftiine iit the wos.lsiied of Mr X :'; -i. i.« ».(»ftiroweli Mtesrs R and C Enck-

, w.n me -Lriiuy to join the Reinforce mints On betittif of those present, Mr R iteming, who presided, presented Mr It HJrickson with a wristlet watch, and Mr C Erickson with a set of Military hair brushes and a silver cigarette oase and holder The opportunity was also taken to preEent Miss R Clark, on the occasion of her approaching uiarria»e with Mr, It Ericksen, and her sister Miss M Clark, who is leaving the listrict each with a minicure set The pro

iueding3 terminated with a dance

Another Fall of Fnow. —Snow fell on the Peninsula hills on Sunday night, a heavy lain lasting a few hours falling on the lower level. The snow disappeared with jester. day's sun. The absence of heavy winter rains is o using the farmers of Banks Pen. insula a good deal nf anxiety, as so far there nap hardly been a good soaking rain

hroughout the winter, and springs that dried up last spring have not y. j t commenced running ag.iin. Unless there are heavy rains during July and August the prospect (or a good season wilt be very lemoet.

Overflow of Electric Light Reservoir— The Electric Light reservoir at Akaroa, has been over flowing during the daytime of late, and flowing down the hill below; Mr T. Lewitt, Ch. of the Lighting Committee of the Council, informs us that a ball cook will be fixed on the G<ehnn Vall-y pipe at the reservoir, so that the water will be automa' tically shut ofi when the reservoir is full, hs is the case with the Balg<>eri creek pipe line, The trouble is that the reservoir will have to be emptied when the ball cock is installed, and there is such a heavy demand on the plant that it is only when the water pply is at its greatest that the reeorvoir nan be emptied. The work will be carried out as soon as possible. Littlb River Artillekxman.—A euchre

■<unmni«nt and social in honour of Artillm muri Andrew Gilbert wa* held in the Little liiver Town Hall on Saturday Dight A

urge number ol friends ro'led up to do omiur to the departing soldier. Carda wers played up to 10 p m., after which supper •viis served, and when that was disposed of (lane ng was commenced and continued ■ iiv'rousiv until about two o'clock. During •m interval. Mr J 0 Coop, chairman of the Patriotic Committee, made a present of a Mit of pipoe to the guest. • The Key Mr

Mul>3 also spoke, and the guest suitably responded. Mr Gilbert left fo- Trentham

to-day and sails with the next contingent. The pr;z°s for the euchre tournament were won as follows:—lady's first, Miss DMIy Wright : gent's first, Mr Tom Brankio ; i .dy's booby. Miss Ivy Chapman; gent's Oooby, Mr T X Taylor. The two latter

pi-z-is were an extra large sized spoon and a ■>cythe stone, both done up in a multiplicity of impe.d, cardboard boxes, straw, and every imaginable wrapping, the undoing of which caused much amusement. At the close ef the (unotiou all joined hands, with the guest in (h« centre of tbe ring, and Aul Lang Syne wnß sung. The gathering dispersed after einging God Save the King.

From north to south, from east to west, I lour the world with tireless zest, Mid tropic beat and Arctic snow, My health to simple means I owe. I tarough all I have one fatthful friend, fn storm and stress prompt aid to lend, That fortifies roe to endue, 'i'is world famed Woods' Great Peppermint Core.

NO COLD IS "NAZOL" PROOF

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The Akaroa Mail. TUESDAY, JULY 13, 1915., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3474, 13 July 1915

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The Akaroa Mail. TUESDAY, JULY 13, 1915. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3474, 13 July 1915

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