LOCAL AND GENERAL.
NZ. fkiLWAYß—Train arm' ~~ ' , the Christoburoh raoee are eW "gements for Sale Dix-Friday is sal e . n "'Vt ohelle J d,, y at L-uvau
Akakoa Borocoii Couur ~ ~ „ rT lock, of Akaroa, «as eh ' ,& 7 MrGH the extraordinary vaoav otea to Borough Council -W °° the Ak <» ro a
f£S •Wii $f «°< «"• Ataro. B.M needey), when the P m tom ° rrow ( Wed " Connoil v. re>idento Ottßea Aboroa BoroPßh law in using hoaea - ,or breaches of th 9 by Oahtbrbdbt P, * m be heard ' JaoobHon, of "Bi ti, i°tio FuND-Mra K. «n expert in fo , d ße»rove." Akaroa. who is oSered to lead ttane filing by cardp. has the charge oi 1' the ' uture tor all vifitora at to the Camtw' / p ? r hett(,, the Proceeds to ro e,atlhowen. » bat ? Pa t«o'ic Fund. At the Mrs J»aotaf -carding house on Fridny last, tore, nodi »' n , reßd the of ten vieiland.. anded 0?or lOb t0 th o l'atriotio oonßaUir Elicibic Lighi Pz,anx Mr Stark, chareii'/ ? elee*tio'»-l engineer for tbe Cbriat-Ab-T** Jity Couiuil, npent the week find in Mi • Tho U »» 0, < Mr G A "»"tron R ), and Site etc (chairman of the Lighting Com , SS?* «), and the Town Clerk (Mr Q W ■Mw Joap), waited on Mr Stark and showed *r ■ over the Akaroa electrioal plant. He 7r prefwd himself ac pleased with it, calling .«■ ■•■ a "dinky" little plant, the r.nly fault being * "mat it whb inadequate for tbe present ttsaovtit of lighting »nd power.
Funeral— There was a large funeral on Friday last when Mrs Samuel Curry, of Kobinson's Bay, was buried in th« Presbyterian cemetery, Akaroa. Deceased had «n----joyed good health up to the last few months; when she had become very ill. She was taken up to Nuree Turner's private hospital ib Christchurob, but she died last Tuesday. She was the second daughter nf the late Mr J P Mullins, of Akaroa, and was born in Ireland in 1851. She came to New Zealand with. her p rents when a child, and was married to Mr S Gurry in 1878. She has lived in Robinson's Bay ev<r since, where she has made a number ot fiiendg,
Motor Car Mishaps—On Thursday morn - ing SB Mr C Pool's oar waa returning from Christoburob the small ffaaft smashed about threp quarters of a mile from the Hill Top and three gears in the gear box. MrPbillipa oar went from Akaroa to the rescue, but also broke down and ia still at the Hill Top Mr Pool's oar has been taken to town for repairs Mr Phillips is using Mr Luke Wright's oar Mr Pool's passengers were driven by trap to Brrry'sßay and brought across the harbour by launch. / Accidbnt —The only daughter of Mr Lawrence, o( Akaroa, met with a painful aooident last Thursday She hae been away with her mother staying with friends in Southland and was to have come home on Wednesday They were persuaded to stay over Thursday and went for a long drive from Menzies Ferry to Wyndbam It was ii their return that Jeanette met with the aooident She either fell out of the trap or was thrown and the wheel puased over her foot crushing it badly. She was moved to the Gore Hospital and it wae found that the two small toes had to be amputated Yesterday word was received that she was progress* ing favourably. She iw only a small child about 4 years old
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LOCAL AND GENERAL., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3518, 1 February 1916
LOCAL AND GENERAL. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3518, 1 February 1916
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