The monthly meeting of the Mount Her bert County Council was held on Monday at the Counoil Chambers, Purau. Present—Meßsrs Orton Bradley (chairman), A. «• Fleming, G. Steele, W. H. Firmston and J Hunter. , . Correspondence was received from me Belgium Fund enolosiog report and balance 8 The usual monthly quota was voted. From the Canterbury Patriotic Committee regarding tbe Queen Carnival, and stating that of the £70.000 required. £WMWM expeoted from tbe Penin.ula, £1000 being the nhara of the Mount Herbert County. ut Fleming eaggeeted that ten persons should give £lOoeß O h,*n&Jh*thej™ willing to head the list with that amount. Ihe chairman gave a similar sum. The matter was left in the hands of the ohairman and Mr Fleming to collect the From the Peninsula Patriotio Carnival Committee, stating that it was proposed to hold a oarnival early in the New Year, and to run two "Queens," Akaroa County and Borough v. Wairewa and Mount Berbert Counties. The Council resolved to fall into line and win the orown The chairman remarked tbat seeing the end of tbe war was not yet in view, all local I bodiea should bo empowered to strike epeoiol rates for patriotic purposes, in this way they would be able to extract something out ot tbe Dockets of those who had not yet contri. buted to any ot the numerous funds. He moved: "That a oiroular letter be for warded to all local bodies throughout the
"My bead's stoffed «ith opld 1" Why don't you get "N*ZOL"? A few whiffs of this honest speoifio throngh a Nazol Inhaler wjjll effeot a speedy relief. 1/6 buys 60 daises.
Dominion, urging tbcni to request their member of Parliament to move in tbe matter, seeing tbat Mr U cither afraid or disinclined to put on a "war tnx "
The finnnci'tl statement showed a cr dit balanoa at tha bank amounting to £305 Bd.
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COUNTY COUNCIL., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3504, 12 November 1915
COUNTY COUNCIL. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3504, 12 November 1915
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