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The Akaroa Mail. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 27, 1915.

K'.'UiA < .'(7NTt CcU.'Cll.—Thiu Co- D il . '.h- iw.:.i Uuut iiiiii« on satu .

itCNNie he Aknrott Tennis Club oprne l'.B (-eueon on Tharsduy next, Ootober 28mi. when all meinbere, fritads and visitors are cordinlly invited. Cbqobt. The Wai U> Croquet Cab hefd a moet BDooeßsful opening on Saturday >act when there was a full atte dance of mem. bttß nnd ttioodi, and some er<j lyable game were played.

I'dtau BBU.X Spobts t ldb The annun tawnßit of mcniber* of ih<- übovo olub will i c bold at the ball, Davunehelle, this evening filßpm 'm tbk FiaiNO Link. -Mri Fen' Hokiang* ollbo K«ik, Asaroa, received 4 Field Berv:c Card from her nephew, R-inai Otene F'i card wae dated 3rd S ptem mr, a-i the writer «nc! he wae quit" well. Rn"« Oteoe who wag born aud hr <oxbt np i> Baitin.i. ltfi with the thud Reinforcement «nd has been at the tront for tbe last four months.

Aiaboa Dieniov Bios Fohoijx,. -At the reBoot examination of the Akaroa District Hiph iehool the foHo ing candidal' e paaifd their proficiency examine'ion:— Doris Cb«nkley Jean Hayw&rd. Ma'j-rie Hili Bruce Lent , Beg Eeegaii, RoHnev Youngniau. Oi'v r Porcivnl H ~bP , ,, Turner ~n) O V W Ik-, o! ih . v\\> „• obtairipfl pi-- fl ierj'ij. £1 l:»v-i ji'Mcfi t Dtt (> in-nt i.f ibn Aki;■•.-. J»cb Gray. X' BTH ANTi HilUiiV I'HKtZINO OMPANY I At « mei-t'Dg of i/u-a or- i,t tiK ;v ,4i, a . terbury aheepfannera' fc'rt-taiutf UompHiy btid on the 20»b ioetant, a number of impo*. taut mature were dealt with, iaoludiog the ■ooaidfration of plane for the works to be •rested at Kaiapoi. It waa deoided to accept ih« plana eabmitted. by the aonsalting engineer, Mr A. B. Mitehtll, aod to proceed frith the erection of the faotory: Tenders will be reeeired tor the •reocion of (fa« bail•lingi ap to Bth November, Mr 0. Parnhatn, who It (epiasentlng the Company on the Ptoiniola and innoaodiog diitrloU. reports that he it ranalvlng good eopperl frora fartttn latttuui and tke GompMf but bow •m m ihiiefeiKwi'

Special Collection—On Thursday last the special collection made in Akaroa in answer to Lord Liverpool's appeal for the Bed Cro3s Funds resulted in £37 2s G J bei> g raised for the fund, a creditable amount considering the cilia made upon the people 10" late

axiROA HospiTiL—Mr H B Sorenson and other members of the Christohuroh Hospital Board with the Matron, Mies Thurston, paid a visit of inspection to the Akaroa Hobpital on Saturday, returning to Ghriatohuroh on Sunday Wairewa Lodge.—The fortnightly meet, irq of the Loyal Wairewa Lodge, M.U, , t.t) 0.F., was held on Thursday, Ootober 21, het, in the Town Hall, Little River—The PC S- wrote notifying lodge that the district officers would pay their ofMal visit on Fri. day, October 29th.—It was resolved to have an enlarged photo of the late brother, Trooper R F. Birdling, (killed in action at the Dardanelles), as Boon as possible Accounts to the amount of £32 10i were

. oaieed for payment. One member was re : ported on the siok list. A deputation from the Doctor's Guarantee Committee waited on ~ the lodge, and aeked the members to ■ unanimously subeoibe to the fund. Btab Tennis Club. Little Blver — ■ Favoured by lovely weather the Star Tennis ■ club held a vpry successful opening on Batun : 'lay afternoon last. There was a larpe at ) tendance of members and visitors, and also

representatives from the Little River Club The president, Mr W. F. Parkinson, in de-

\ blaring the season open, congratulated the ; o nb on the tidy appearance of the grounds j nd oourts, and wished the Club a faaceseful jflftson. Mr J 0 Coop. vice-preeHent of the •lub, was also present, and has kindly lonated a cup (or the men's championship singles, and Mr Parkinson is giving one for the ladies' abompioastaip singles Three hearty cheers were given for donors for their generous gifts The olub prespeots look bright for a successful season, a good number of new players joining Afternoon tet was dispensed by the lady members of the olub. and some excellent games were wit , I neesed

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The Akaroa Mail. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 27, 1915., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, 27 October 1915

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