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 K.ne 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 Hri.ht 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- iliPiini.it c 'i\ thut cured him ..fn-r he hud tri.ti ma
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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 ni.td.- 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
The Akaroa Mail. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1915. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3508, 26 November 1915
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