jf _ •] L • >. ./C • • v-—/• • »_ /• • * *J ¥ • *\ Im • •_-• T / • • • A #~ * 0 __h 1 I ____ ~fc A • __ -•. /• •• »\ /•__ • •■•_._■ /__•__•_ A_* ntl ft * ■ __Lr ik Write to Beath's For it! Tbo latest novelties in Fancy Neckwear are moderately priced at Beath's. &Jl The top illustration / "Jl- lMlt Bnows a W^ l * 6 Spot- .&$ ted Silk Peter Pan xgf < 0% JiP Collar; same style in Muslin and Crepe de Chine .. 1/3 1/6 1/9 At tbe side is shown a very dainty White Embroidered Muslin Military Collar .. .. 1/9 & 2/3 1/- discount in eacli complete £ for cash. We pay postage. Mitchell - MenMing .Direeto. J Mr B. Allan gave notice of motion to rescind the resolution regarding the formation of a county road throughout the county. Tbe clerk reported tbat be bad interviewed the owner of tbe land hnv ing gates fixed on bye roads off tb. main roads. Some were agreeable to tbe rent as requested, but one re fused. The Council resolved to order tbe removal of gates, where tbe rent was refused. Mr H. Field wrote, asking per mission to plant trees on road near the jetty at Port Levy. Granted. Tbe Patriotic Fund Committee wrote, calling a meeting of delegates for Wennesday, December Ist, to make arrangements for the Peninsula Queen. Messrs Bradley. Wilson, A B Flem ing and Carpenter were appointed delegates. . Tbe clerk reported that be had up to tbe present £650 for the Queen. The Red Cross branch, Governor's" Bay, applied for a donation of material. The Council agreed to grant £5 5s quarterly. Tbe sum of £5 was voted to tbe Belgium Fund. Tbe financial statement showed a credit balance of £216 7s Id. Votes of thanks were passed to the retiring chairman, and to Mr FBH Gar diner, for generou.iy supplying the Counoil with lunch throughout the year. The annual meeting was then held, and Mr Or.on Bradley was reelected ohairman.
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Page 2 Advertisements Column 4, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3509, 30 November 1915