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LE BON'S BAY.

THE SCHOOL

It has been deoided to reopen school on Monday. October 4th. The severe attack of whooping cough, which was so general, has now somewhat abated. THE WEATHER. Ruin is urgently needed, not nnly for the grass, but for the stock The orenks are very low, and many fine springs of water have completely i-ried up Some early lambs have betn tailed, and the average so far is quite satisfactory. FACTORY ""**" " Iv spita of the dry season more milk is being brought to the Le Bon's Bay Factory than at this time last year. However, if the dry weather oontinues, this cannot la ,, *. The shower which fell over the Peninsula on Wednesday was very thin at Le Bon's Bay, only the dust being laid on the roads. HOSPITAL SHIP The residents of Lβ Bon's are bold ing a meeting to day to discuss ways end means of belpiDg with tbe equipment of the second hospital ship. XMAS TUCKER BOXES. Messrs W. Dalgiish, W and J Grotty canvassed Lβ Bon's Bay for funds to provide tucker boxes, and handed to Mr R. Bruce £22 15*. which was duly forwarded to Christchurch. The following is the list of

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H W Crotty 10 . Mrs s W firot y 5a W-:. Crotty S*, A A Meophul 1(K H A Mdcpha<) sa, Mrs A A Macpheil 6i, R A MeCr phail s*. Mrs R A Maophail Sβ. J Giirney si, D McKay ss, T P Mora ss, Q-orge Mould ss, Frank Guney 5«. Mrs M Cava i"ri 5* 6d, Rose Hammond Sβ, C I Crottv 5; Cardigan Pettereon Si, W A E Elliot, s<, Jamee Crotty 10s, D MoLeod a°, F Leonardo ss, W W Qibb ss, O A Httnimond 53 T \V Barker 6a, Mre M A Mo Cullcugh s>. Linoe MoCulluugh ss, F C Mdr d<;e se, F March s*. J P Pettersen ss, Alf Thelming ss, W Leonardo 2a 6d. Peroy Harriett 10*. M Flannery 10a, J Dalgliah JBl Mpb J Dalg iah 10a W G Dalgliih £1 Is Mrs W G Dftlglisb £1 Iβ. Edith Leonardo ss, Jamee Truf man ss, Hugh Dalglish 5s Beilbj Barker ss, Ivan Barker ss, F Elliot ss, John Klliot sn, Ytraj Rarnett 10a, Phill Barnett 10-, A Ptttereen Iα 6d, MrsT Petterson ]0i L Symes sb, W 0 Connor ss, (i Barick ss, J Molotosh ss, H Barnett £1, W Crotty 2/6, A J Crotty ss, Archie Crotty ss, Ethel Petiereon ss, I y Prebble 10s, Mrs E J PreKble 103, E Prebble 10s, T Molotosh ss, L Mclntosb ss, Owen Symes ss, R Hrnce 10a, Mrs R Bruoe 103 H Elliot 5«, D O'Connell 5d

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LE BON'S BAY., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3493, 1 October 1915

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LE BON'S BAY. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3493, 1 October 1915

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