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The Akaroa Mail. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 22, 1915.

NZ Railways For train tur.inreir.cnts for Libour Day Bee A«lvertis-meut elsewhere.

W-IBEwa County Bylaw The full fcxrr of tho Wuirewa County Council's molor a- d vehioule bylaw appears on our fourth pign Lad. Liverpool Fund —The Mayoress acknowledges the followiriß goods to the L»dy Liverpool Fund:— Mrs KJniobson, Akaroa. 6 roller bandages

: Accident —A small <?irl danghfpr of lilr B. Hwiriot, of Garmih Bay. fell down in fhaohool playground on Tuesday lust nnd (lis loaatod her elbow Sho was brought intu Akaroa where Dr Ca trrell atten-U'd to her

Pekinbdla Qdbkn Contest. -At a m< eiin speoially convened at Duwiuchelle yest-idn Mibb Jeßßio Bruce, daughter of Mr .1 1) JBruee of Akaroa was selected s th* Que.-i candidate ot Akaroa JJorough and Akaroa County. R_oß*olTS.—Cyril Lelievre eldest son of Mr B. F. Lolievre of Maugaraniara, and lately of Akaroa goes into camp shortly, and his brother Clem a little later, Trooper Arthur Narbey, of Akaroa, who leavos with the Niinth Reinforcements is spending bin leave in Akaroa,

Girls' Friendly Society—On Sunday laßt eleven new members were admitted to the Little River branch of tbe Girls' Fre. dly Society. The Roy. E. X Mules in his address to the candidates outlined the ann of the sooiety. The membership of the Little River branoh now stands nt forty. The Society is at present helping the ladies' Build in making articles for the church bazaar to bo held nest month to clear St. Andrew's Church of its £50 of debt.

Sbvbke FboBX.—A severe frost was expei* enoed at Little River and right do\yr- ,* Qebbie'a Valley on Tuesday morning. M , of the potatoe crops were out dowr , °.| vug-table gardens wero more m ' n „i'„„.~, Even broad beans were r . 'TJI »t\ luoeme oropa affected. T -°\ * o ™.: ™ d i_i ~:~ »v„ j„„ „i-« -ie hail fo owmp {Umase. ' did Ba « reftt deal of

SS. •TLh? 7 ■ bas ««'T.d tbe following i_ Zh b» k -owledgment from the Ch.ir-t church Br^ Dch ()f the Red oroH3 ._ llM] , ha B°°-" 'jr the Rod arrived tafoly. j* I jOU thank all tha worker" 1 , very much J or . their splendid contribution, which. nn<d iflßs to say, will he of the contest help." 'lh». iOllowinß good 3 were sent from Robinson's Bay: - 82 undervests, 8 pets of pyjamas, 3 day shirts, 5 nightingales, 7 pairs of bed socks, 2 pairs of mittens, 3 balaolava crips. 3 seaive? 10. bandies old linen, (children) 18 handktvObiefe, 12 faos cloths.

The Wbatder,—A .curious patchy vain fell on Bank's PeuinsHl»i on Tussdny aftc noon, some parts having a heavy ftll of 'mi!. About 6 p>m heavy' Tain set in which continued all night and next morning th« were ooated with a deep fall of ennn. Upwards of an ioch of rain was reoordnd o Wednesday mornlnij. Th • rain is the b - oxperisno-'d for Jwalve months, nnd wil. d muoh R"od

Fatbhtio R-ffIiBS —A Press Association , telegram from N-,w Plymouth states : Mary Thftokt-r, Ok'Hn'B Biy Banks Peninsula, won th-i t»ffls for B. Griffiths' purebreif Jer Bey bull, valued at one ban-red ami fifty guineas Tha Patriotic Fund will benefit lo the extent of £500 by the raffle I

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The Akaroa Mail. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 22, 1915., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3498, 22 October 1915

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The Akaroa Mail. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 22, 1915. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3498, 22 October 1915

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