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The Akaroa Mail. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1915.

Bhd Cbos- Fond IheMft\oie-ti pr-know-Ifldgffi tbi folluwiiiK gtff.s to 'bn Rtd <i\m Branch Perm. .oarl ; Nanov Munro, BOarf; Miss Wigaell, 2so ifa ;M. J Phillip-, Takamatua. 19a 6d

Mabaktai Land Company Art Union—M' Jchn MoMnßler who ififjird 4000 almr.s in ttl« Miimet.i Land Oompnny tor an An Union bus signed a dßi'd ng the wintr r tbe option ot inking tha 40U0 shares oJBvOOOo This hue be«-o dorm so that the publio cm.) be sure of a d fidi'n snrn Air MaMasier oon-iders the s ar.-s whih «hp assessed at £1 each are worth more th,.n their face valu-i

MKDICAt—In this is-ue. th" Ed' or of "TinNew Z aland I'airymaci," Mr F W H Qrevilie, advera ps >h- c 'i\ thut cured him ..fn-r he hud tri.ti ma

treiiimcnt. mu.urti' n b'.t- s hi iWia.-m

is not a pitnnt iri-d U'lia. but i_.-,bep'H oription of a oulebiuted medio n Speomlißt

Obituaby—A well known Peninsula n>si dent pasHed away on Monday in u>p 0! Samuel Buddings of Robinson's l!n. Deopased oame from Yorkshire, in 1889) coming oat in the fust stmiranr Kalkoum, He deoert.'d from h'm ship .> d settled in Okains Bay with his unci ■. Af 01 a few yenrs ashore he went to -aat wrh Captain Ware in rhs Kaiheripn »rid );> ,r with luptaio i'VHioolm»"0". H« w;ia a s r > c.m employed by Profesi-t r f'coU in hi- y.ieh . Bfl worked at Adilingnm woiksti ps fur years and meetin.' with a bud a. ci'ient war laid Dp for twelve m u>h . H» married in in 1911 Mis« H KniKS'on of ob n-on's B-iy who survive* him Hv ws a rmmher ni Kilwinning, Canterbury for 20 yenrs

Tbe Hokborb pit War —A on the Western f:ont giyj tho following )jrmi de tails of the battle of Lone ' Htre*iuou_ tim«s \the last few d -ya Lo'is bai I- of whioh you'll be rendi gin theo-ibla .. Uqb I Morn and • ianmbowellfd and brain oczin« 00rp.<*B lyirw around in bespi I hud ti go forward ever the butt Jfi Id when the line advanced and was messing about over the oaptumd ground all night. I»>in« Wires, eto. Briubt mo> part of the t fortanatnly an W* »n dasht* 1 ( treading on and fa 1 tig dead rne>. in tijdirk Bui en>ug'i 0' hm 1 In t j6 «i--. 1»»•.----you the horrors We a g.j ' 1-h jn the lime, hut now we've coma ia a atatidBtitl th» last day or two and tha tension has eased cff. We still have hor, &3 of baneint io and pußbi'g them a pv.&e Jurther off the earth. We just oatne -<*hort of br akintr rleht tbroOßh their firfti, defeusive worbs I believe " '

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The Akaroa Mail. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1915., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3508, 26 November 1915

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The Akaroa Mail. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1915. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3508, 26 November 1915

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