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The Akaroa Mail. FRIDAY, JANUARY 14, 1916

Akaroa Bed Cross.—The Akaroa Bwcb of the Red Cross reopens its weekly sewinp meetingß od Thursday v xt at the Peninsula Technical f-ohool, Akiuoa. Ocn PBPPLEMENis.-Owinf! to their being sligbt'y dnmoged, the Ballway Department have withheld our next parcel ot supple inents to repair damage; They are forwarding same immediately, bat the pa roe 1 is not yet to band. We hope to have Bams by next issue. CoBBEOTIONB —In our last issue we < ove the supp'y of the Otakirra ua Dairy Factory at 6OOIOA, It should have been 600 Rfillona p«T day.—The amount of money coll'uted in Otnkamnttm for the Penioaula War Funds Appeal wns £90 19s. Heavy TnoOKiNa - On Tuesday 4000 fat lambs were traoked at Little River, besides a number of pies end cattle There were 53 trucks 0' lumbs alone. GIiBHMABK ESTATE. — slr H Blyth O( Atenhua. who bas recently acquired a potion of the Glenmnrk Estate bae shorn 1400 ih'sep on hifl property, Gbasb bekd—Cutting is general tverjt where, and reapers are complaining of the back breaking work ■ as grass is so short. Some of the crops are very poor, while in a few favoured localities I ho crops are very fair. About the best erope are those up the Push* Valley, Little Rivor Personal —Word bas been received (bat Identenont Norman Harris who left with the Third Belnforoeraentg died of wounds on August i2th. Much anxiety bas bean f.-It by bie people for Borne time aa no trace could he found of Lieut Harris, but definite is : : &a» corrto ot hla death* Hβ la fhe eldest eon oMbelate Mr Geo Harris, Bolioitor :'i of ?iOh»ißtobuaoh, -r end Bpent J niany H; bis

I his Wkatheh. The cmlinurd dry weath-r is havi'g effect of diminishing s! ill further the fluw of v.iitir in t.hs c*' .-s. It a astonishing bow well tho flow hi A j .mcr'i.i Vitiloy oreek keeps up.

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The Akaroa Mail. FRIDAY, JANUARY 14, 1916, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3513, 14 January 1916

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The Akaroa Mail. FRIDAY, JANUARY 14, 1916 Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3513, 14 January 1916

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