The Akaroa Mail. TUESDAY. FEBRUARY 29, 1916.
I' •'Miß'DAT—Friday'ls Sale Day 'at Dnvau OhpJ!e-. ■;'.■■■
Bkld Ovrr—Oorrespond«ncn and other Interesting matter waa unavoidably held over this issue •> , iF-HNißerjiA REcaniTs.--8 aturday 'a enlist meat at Ohristobuoh. inelnde that of Robert J. Bailey, Little Akaloa, farmer, in the Mounted Section
Akaa(U Covxyx Daces—The annual hmm. infj of the Akaroa County,Rao ng Clnh,which h»s been called dearrvrriiy/one of th» mo«----plea««n« me«M»g?inf>riterborj. will he held at ori Ba»mdey next, March 4tb. The firvt race takes plaoe.. at noon.
F.Z, BAivwkn —Trtlß arrangements for th# Akaroa Connty Bioaa bald on Saturday nest, at* given elsewhere.
Tmmtomm, Cahp—A» 6.45 a.m this morning the Paninsul* section of the X Cosat DutVneo Company leave Akaroa to ro Into oarnp on the Ca«hmere iS<*taie, near Cbrlitcbmvh lor eleven davß training* Akaioa Brawn Chahhbm—The Borongn itrlat channel are in a very dirty etate jus' fiovi There ia no greater menace to the labile health than neglected r treat cbenaela, And it w»nld be advisable if th*Me channel? were flooded out ■« regular intwrvala.
Djbtiic? Bialtm Omcim—Dr Finch, diatriet health officer, paid a visit to Akaroa at the end of lait week on departmental bocineßß. Be left for Chrlatohuroh yea'ardny morning.
"".'PMW-'UiiA Wab Funds Arpßit,—Tbe rne«tine of 'he opntral eornmitt>>p nf tb« P<-m inota W«r Foida Appeal, arr*need fo» ■ fvd«y, baa b?en postpone I for a week or fori. ni«ht.
' A Wklcokz Smwart—On Friday over in. ramaat in and on Saturday morning .18 tnehea were recorded. The rain will do >« great deal of good and more would be w*l come.
_• GooDlJiTfE ay Bazp—M tbe Addington 8»t-j»rd» ot> Wedneseday tbe Loan and Mf-r ctntlle ilfatiny Co sold six pens of e*ae»tlon ally bpavj Bh'fp for a Little Biter client. Wethi-je fctohed from 34»t0 445, and owrh oo »o 33a 3d. Mr J Knight was the pu> ebaeer.
I*r*»riLß PiMtvtm— he County Oonno I at lie • meeting «.n flatorday, received the following letter from the District Health Office:—"Owing to the prevalence of Infantile PnralyaMn the North Island and the Soflaibllily that tbia disease mayapread to tbe ontb; X urge npon your Council the need of taking avery possible step to Ira prova tha oinitary conditions o( yonr district, paying special attention to the qaeation of garbage removal,; insanitary backyards, elablea and manure and fly nuisance generally and I ncomrhend that % house to house inspection 8,8 forthwith instituted." As the Council eloea not control health tn this district, it was diddfid to refer the matter to th» Akaroa tad Wairiai Road Board. A honse to faonsH •aavtaa will belmatlo by the Akaroa and Wthrat totiiwdiyii '
«t. P#txr% Sonda* > OHooii—An opening social will be heid on Thursday next in the Ot. Peter'a Sunday Bohoolroom The aohooli* being opened free of debt, and a statement if accounts will be presented that evening, the programme includes addresses and must cai items It is hoped all members of the ohuroh in and übou: Akaroa will bu present. *o that the gathering may be a representative* one.
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The Akaroa Mail. TUESDAY. FEBRUARY 29, 1916., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3526, 29 February 1916
The Akaroa Mail. TUESDAY. FEBRUARY 29, 1916. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3526, 29 February 1916
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