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The Akaroa Mail. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 1916.

N.Z B+ttwiss.—Train arrangements for the Obrf itsboreh Races are given elstwbere.

AKiaOA iHD WitHCI BOAD BOABD.—TbiS Board inaeta at tbe nsda< hour and plate on Saturday (to morrow).

Bmbcitiro Mkbtiko-A recruiting meal iog will ba hald in Akaroa on Wednesday next. February Mib, at t p.m

Paa OH*r.—Mr and Mrs Sswkar, of Chrißt. abursb, and their nisea and gratidson. Master GabMf «• spsialißi a 1*0(1 holiday Is, eakKMt

Akajsoa LtBBABT— The annual meeting of «nb3Cibers will be held at 7 15 pm sharp on Wednesday next February 16th

Axaboa Rbd C*osß Bbanch—The Mayoress acknowledges th* tune pi of 5 • from Mrs G 9 Hivlook. ul Ak.»r a.

PsmHßSfcA UccaßiT.—Wednesday's enlistments in Oh-istohurch include *bat of Claude Bfeottl "worth, Chorlton, farmer, in tho moaatofl section.

R&raJAta.—Ab showing bow rain will vary over a limited area, the following are the records taken of the rain which fell on Friday night and Saturday morning: — Little River 1 36 inches, Einlocb 1.18 inches, Kaltoia .93 inches, and Akaroa .93 inches.

Bl&staN Box—All are reminded that another box of olothlng for tbe Belgians is being deep itched shortly from Akaroa Gifts for same will bo received by Mesdames A Rhodes Q Armstrong and Pilkington of Akaroa ajp to February 16th Mr Filkington's ears will bring in any goods left at the post ofSsea along the main Akaroa road

La»S Liverpool Fond—The Mayoress has received an appeal from the Lady Liverpool Fend for gifts in money or kind, in order that asother shipment of goods may be sent eat to Egypt by the next troopship Mrs ArmsVang has kindly offered ber grounds again for a garden party to bo held on Wed' ] BCSday. February 23, when gifts for this good object will be received A list of some ot tbe gifts will be published in our next issue Wedding—A wedding ot interest to our Peninsula readers is that of Mr C E Kay, of Decanter Bay, to Miss Dor>tby Joseph, youngest daughter of tbe late Mr Arthur Joseph', of Upper Ricoarton The wedding took place on Tuesday in St Peter's chnrcb, Upper Ricoarton, Rev H T Yorke officiating Mr Harold P Hay. of Prior Park, Hawke's Bay, acted as best man The bride was attended by her sißter, Miss Eleanor Joseph, and her little niece, Miss Eleanor Foster, who acted as bridesmaids She was given tway by her mother, and wore a beautiful gown ot embroided viole over white satan with saah of helitrope silk

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The Akaroa Mail. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 1916., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3521, 11 February 1916

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The Akaroa Mail. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 1916. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3521, 11 February 1916

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