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AMUS-MENTS Hayward's j Weekly Pictures I J ODDFELLOWS' HALL .. . ! FRIDAY NEXT DECEMBER 10. Star Film— " THE FILLY " (Douaina Drama 2000 ft) —And— Gaumonfc Graphic topical "Innocent" drama "Marine Shell Fish" interest •'The Two Slaves" drama ' "A Unintentional Hero" comic "Beauty Spots in Auckland" scenic "The Flaming Heart" comedy PRIOES—Down Stairs, Is. Gallery, Is Gd. . _ I PENINSULA WAR FUNDS APPEAL. BIG FETE AT OKAIN'S BAY- ON , .( _ Wednesday (tomorrow) DECEMBER Bth, , ON THE RECREATION GROUND. SALE OF GIFT STOCK, HORSES, ' POULTRY, FAT LAMBS, FIREWOOD BRICKS, and a Host of Other Things too Numerous to Ment on. 1 Also Stalls for Sale ot Produce, Sweets, Fancy Work, Soft Drinks Ice Cream, and Needle Work. A Programme of NOVELTY EVENTS [ will be run off at intervals during the day j CONOERT: l A CONCERT will be beld in the i evening. t NOTICE. LT ia requested that all claims against the Estate of John Graoia, late of Akaroa, Farmer, deceased, be rendered (in duplicate) to F. K. Hunt/Solicitor, Christohuroh, certified as under :— "I oartify that the above amount was due and owing by deoeased to me on the . 29th November, 1915." F. X- HUNT, Solicitor for Executors Estate John Gracia. THE "MARVEL" CREAM COOLER WILL SUIT YOU Hitherto there has been no cheap and efficient Cream Cooler on tbe Market, There is one now—the "MARVEL" It is a necessary adjunct to Home Separation, and will prevent all trouble as regards the cooling of your cream. It only costs 255, and only wants a trial to prove itself The Bangotea Co. aro using 65 amongst their Suppliers. THE MARVEL DAIRY MACHINE CO., Christohuroh.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3502, 7 December 1915

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3502, 7 December 1915