• i__w-_ • • X /• •••if • • 4 Write to Beath's For it! The latest novelties in Fancy Neckwear arc moderately priced I at Beath's. §The top illustration shows a "White Spot- ' ted Silk Teter Pan Collar; same style in Muslin and Crepe do Chine .. 1/3 1/6 1/9 At the side i_ Bhown a very dainty White Embroidered Muslin Military Collar .. .. 1/9 & 2/3 1/- discount iv each complete £ for cash. We pay postage. I i 4TeaTri# V>i> ■ Manning 'Director J . — ■?_?" —■ t Apologies were received from Messrs G Hayward. Warner, Stewart, McKay • and Ricbfield, 1 Tbe following judges were ap--9 pointed:—Horses, Messrs Lockhead and Hall. cattle (fats and stores), c Messrs J Enigbt and J Ferguson; I dairy produce, Mr W 0 Bonnie ; dogs, b Mr W 0 Rennie q Mr D Barwick moved tbat working bees be undertaken on Saturday next, y Seconded by Mr R A Pettigrew 0 and carried i Mr G Wright moved that Is be t charged for a programme, and that boys get Is per dozen. c Seconded by Mr P Cunningham and d oarried ,t Mr Pettigrew offered to lend a live y cheep for weight guessing, and Mr T 1 V Barwick offered to lend a photo frame for the same purpose. b The president moved that the offers i be accepted, tbo prize for tbe photo a frame to be 10a i Seconded by Mr G Wright and oar a ried r Mr G Wright said his sister had worked a flag, and would give it to be k auotioned on Show Day a Mr D Barwick moved Miss Wright's % offer of a flag be accepted, and that it be put up that day, the proceeds to go _ to tbe queen j Seconded by Mr G Wright and oar* 1 ried It waß resolved a tent be kept on Er D B&rwiok said tbat now the Show was in a sound financial position tbey sqould give to the patriotic funds He moved they donate 10 per cent of » their profits to (be patriotic fund this * season > Seoonded by Mr Brooberie. ; 1 Mr Wilkins suggested thai tbe 1 money should be given to tbeir sol--1 diers' queen. Mr McKenzie suggested that it would be as well to wait and sea what profits they had. Ha moved, aB an amendment, that the matter be held over till after the Show Seoonded by the ohairman and oarried The hon sco pointed out tbat a matter like this should come before a general meeting of the Association. It was resolved tbat all returned members of the Expeditionary force be given a free pass to all parts of the Show. Mr McKenzie asked if exhibitors who bad stock for whioh there was no class could enter same. He moved tbat owners of oattle ba given permission to exhibit stock. Seconded by tbe ohairman and carried. Mr Williams said there was some talk of having eatables, eto. in tbe Hall covered in by wire netting, Mr McKenzie moved that it be left to the ohairman to arrange re wire netting to soreen exhibits. Seoonded by Mr P. Cunningham and carried. Mr Pettigrew reported tbat the ohairman bad arranged re the lanoheon and the price was the same aa prevU ous yearß, The meeting then terminated;
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Page 2 Advertisements Column 3, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3503, 9 November 1915
Page 2 Advertisements Column 3 Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3503, 9 November 1915
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