The Akaroa Mail. TUESDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1915.
Akaroa ads -Wainui Boad Board,—The annual meeting o! the above Board will be held at noon on Saturday next. The oidi'hry meeting takes place at tbe usual hour:
CONOEBX AI Wainm — A concert partj from Ak»roa will visit Wainui on Thursday evening next to give an entertainment in aid of the No 1 Peninsula Soldiers' Queen. An exeeller t programme has been arranged, and a large audience ia e>peoted.
Rid Cbobb.—The Mayoress acknowledge' the ieofipt of the fallowing durations to tb* Bed Cross Fund; Mr *r<hur Haylock. Onobn. £1 Is, Mr T: G Phillip 19 6d, M. Perm 1 tcarf.
Thb Ma_.qof.ti* Disaster—Among those who were laved in tbe Marquette diaaßtwoa Ted Hewitt, son of Mrs Jack Hewitt' late of Wainui Ted Hewitt was born and •-Boated on the Peninsula He wan working at Robinson'e Bay for some year? for Mr W Morgan.
Eahuks- Canteebciit. Mr Jas Hay has tent 30 copiefl of bis woik Karlieat Canterbury to be sold for tha Peninsula War Funds Appeal. The work is of interest to all who like reading of old Peninsula days and tbe eommittw will no doubt find an easy sale for the copieß given.
Bahxs Peninsula A* and P. Association.— A meeting of tha committee of the Assoc iation was held on.Saturday last, wben some suggestion" were brought forward ior im provinß the catalogue next year, Cheques amounting to over £500 for prize money and account-) were pasa-d for payment.
novATJCHELLEIHau, Comwn* —In a reoent irtn-. we tn*>(H.*o<if*d that £10 noil -t-d «t the Duvanchele Hhow by ih*. laim,*. -..*■..■ v refreshments would go to ibo Redemption fund. This money will, however, he utilised to pay current expenses only, as all the money available for tbis purpose is required, The shares in the Hall Company »re now intern! bearing.
That's a nasty rough 1 -Let ••NAZOL' taekl** H. A tev> ait-p* inker, on lump »ugar will-nor- rel eve yon. "N _0_ v w tbf ■a»sl eoogb reliever in New Zealand. Sixty iKßfljff.
Recruiting.— Among the enlistm _t at \ Ch istchuroh is that of E G Hammond, j Akaroa, labourer, in the Infantry. i
Anniversary Day Excursion Mr \y H Henning, looal agent for the Union Steam _ip Ooy has received a lftter from the Ohristchuroh office stating that as the g. b •Maori" has to convey troops to Wellington on the night of December 16th, the 'Maori" will not make her usual trip to Akaroa that day. Owing to the tide being unsuitable tbe s. s. Mararoa would not be able to come, alongside the wharf, and there was no avail able vessel to aot as tender to ihe Mararoa 1
Pbb _ntation to TroopKßß —On Friday | last the residents of Takamatua gave a! farewell sooial to Troopers J. Shepherd,' James Cattermole and Harry Woodill, There was a large attendance, Mr B Her riot being in the chair. Musical items were provided by Misses Shephetd, Haramond, Kotlowski and Haylock. Tbe ohairman congratulated the young men for their action in going to the front. Mr Armstrong then presented Troopers Snepherd and Cattermole | with wristlet watches and Trooper Woodill j with a sovereign belt Ths ohairman and Mr B Mora oongratulateo tbe men and r successful funotiion terminated
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The Akaroa Mail. TUESDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1915., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3502, 7 December 1915
The Akaroa Mail. TUESDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1915. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3502, 7 December 1915
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