AMUSEMENTS Grand Patriotic Concert Under the of His Worship the Mayor and the Patriotic Committee) A NATIONAL APPEAL IN AID OP THE FRENCH RED CROBB. TO-MGHT FEBRUARY 25thBRILLIANT DISPLAY of Patriotio Pictures kindly screened by the proprietor of Hnywsrd's Piotnres, Akaroa. PROGRAMME: Ft. French Battleships 230 Studdy's War Studies 500 Frencb.'Preeident's Visit to Republican Army i>oo War—l9l4ls 500 With the French Troops 450 Sinking of the Lußitania 350 With the British and French in Flanders 450 Dog Traction in Belgian Army 450 Recruiting Sergeant 800 French Reservists on a Month's Training 350 Intebtal. Marseillaise, eung by tbe Akaroa High School Girls in the French National Costume. Tbe French National Flag, with Arms of the City of Paris will be sold by auction, and as it is en old Frenoh Diatrioi, there Bbould be spirited bidding. nnHEN will follow a VISITORS' CONJL CERT, under the direction of Mr EDWIN. CLARE, of Christohuroh. PROGRAMME: Pianoforte Solo Mrs Jonea Comic Song Mr E Clark Highland Fling Mise Ruby Clark Monologue (seleoted) Mr S E Mason Song (selected) - Mrs Clarke Kaiser's Terras of Peace Mr C Hall Song Miss Ruby Clark Recitation Mr S X Mason Comio Song Mr E Clark (Miss Selby, aooompaniat) PBICES-2s and Is. G. ARMSTRONG - Mayor. PUBLIC NOTICES , TRESPASS NOTICE. ANYONE FOUNo TRESPASSING with gun or doga on oar several properties, situated in Takamatna and Robinson's Buy, WILL BE PBQSECUSED. H. HARRINGTON E. WHITEHEAD F. W. WILLIAMS. TO PENINSULA FARMERS DO you want a CASHMERE HOLDING PADDOCK for your Stock. HERE ARE THREE:— ' 2.: 17 ACRES £100 per Aore 1. 14 ACRES £100 per Acre 3- 24 ACRES X £92 per Acre Let us submit an offer for any of these paddocks for you. E, G. STAVELEV <fe CO., 196 Caehel Street, Ohristohuroh. IN THE ESTATE OF WALTER ORME OF AKAROA. BUT AT DATE OF DEATH A MEMBER OF THE NEW ZEALAND EXPEDITIONARY FORCES, DECEASED. A LL Creditors and others having olntrae •£*- against this estate are hereby required to eend them, with particulars, on tbe forma provided, to the Local Deputy Publio Trustee at Christohuroh, on or before the 15th day of April, 1916. Accounts not rendered by the date named may be rejeoted. All moneys payable to, the above estate may be lodged to the oredit of the Publio Trustee's aocount at any postal money order office, or paid to the Local Deputy Publio Trustee at Christoburoh. FRED, FITCHETT, Publio Trustee, 14th Feb., 1916. FOB SALE. /"CHOICE UP<TO-DATE DWELLING, \J 5 Rooms, electric light, every convent ence, well-stooked garden, lOOOgal. water tub (kauri), situate Peroy Street, facing north. Apply— CHAS. W. LEETE, Land and Estate Agent. BUSINESS NOTICES. H. MOTTRAM IS NOW SHOWING— New English Tweed and Worsted Suits New Scotch Tweeds Raw Harris Tweeds New Colonial Tweeds and Worsteds New Breeches and Saddle Tweeds LADIEB COSTUMES IN LATEST FASHIONS. Yon are certain to find something to please you, and you cannot get better service than I can give you in regard to Fit, Style and Price. . H. .MOTTRMI, TAILOB AKAKOA
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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3525, 25 February 1916
Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3525, 25 February 1916
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