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FAREWELL TO TROOPERS, A SOCIAL »nd DAKCE will be bnld In xA the Davauohelle Hall on THURSDAY NEXT, April 13th, to bid farewell to Troopers Barker and Berwick. The entertainment will commence at 8 p.m., and all are welcome. Ladies kindly bring refreshments. ~~ ,ANZAC DAY. A PUBLIC MEETING will be held in the Borough Counoil Chambers at 7 30 p.m. on THURSDAY NEXT, April 13th to consider what shall be done to celebrate "Ansae April 25th, at Akaroa. G ARMSTRONG Mayor. ' STRAYED. OTRAYED to my Property in Duvauchelle >O ONE 18 MONTHS STEER, with notch out o( left ear. If not claimed will be sold Owner oan have same by paying er peneee and applying to JAS: HEWITT, Duvauohelle. NOTICE is hereby given that the follow ing Sduoational Reserves will be offered for lease by PUBLIC AUCTION at the District La do and Survey Office, CHRISTCHURCH, at noon on FRIDAY, 28th, APRIL, 1916. _ -o © o 000 5.5- » w 0000 ~ "* ~ T3 •i & O <N OOCJ « « h, »* jo -* ©woo -2 S CT ,_ _,_ eg a Hs "?=:«, ". fe a. * 1 I en •» _! £ D • • '•S v °° « wineo T m I— CO MH <M o m o e» <n si in 3 a> H h HHrt > •c« • H Plane ahd full particulars may be obtained ■ at this Office. W. H. SKINNER, Commiseionpr of Crown Lands. . District Land a d Survey Offioe. Christohuroh, April sth, 1916. LAYING POISON, t " wish to Rive public notice that I am s ■A- LAYING POISOS on my Property in Little Akaloa, and any persons allowing dogs a to stray on my Property will do so at their own riak. j L. 8. WELLS, Little Akalon. OKAJN'S BAY ROAD BOARD. ELECTION OF MEMBERS, A THEREBY GI,VR PUBLIC NOTICE, in accordance with the provisions of "The Road Board's Act, 1908." end "The Looal Elections and Polls Act. 1908," that an Eleotion of F"Vi3 QUALIFIED PERSONS to act as memberE, of the Oknin'e Bay Road Board in lieu of the present members, who retire by effluxion of time, but are ,el Rible for re-election, will be held on SATURDAY, May 6th, 1916, and a poll, if necessary, will be taken at the Road Board Office, Okain'B Bay, and the Library, Little Akaloa, between the hours of 9 a.m and 6 p.m on the above-mentioned date. Nominations of Candidates, whioh must be on the form of the Second Section of the Second Schedule of '-The Looil Elections and Polls Act, 1908." mv ; *. be addressed to the Returning Officer, or de'ivered to him at Okain'a Bay on or before noon on SATURi DAY, 29\h April, 1916. Forma of nomination may be obtained at the Post Office, Okain'e Bay. C. S. F. MOORE. Returning Officer. LITTLE RIVER CARRIAGE WORKS. (EPTABIiI-HBD 20 YEABS). Creamery Waggons and Gigs of all descriptions BUILT TO ORDER AND REPAIRED, Wheels Tyred Daily, Rubber Tyres fitted to Order. I have a FIBST.CLASB PLAN! and TRADESMAN to manage it so save your Railage and send your Order for me to execute, and thua support Local Industry. G. COLOMBU9, Proprietor. Little River. V. H. LINE ACCOMMODATION PADDOCKS AND STABLING AT LITTLE JKIVER. HAVING purbased the Lease of Stables and Accommodation Paddooks at Little River lately occupied by Robert Ferguson, I am prepared to give Stabling and Stock Accommodation at the following terms: — PADDOCKING, Sheep Is 6d per 100 Cattle .. .. .. .. 2d per hffiri Calves ljd per bead Hordes Iβ per head All Horee Feeds .. ~ Iβ 6d Horse Covre supplied 6d eaoh per day. V. H. LINE , Proprietor ~v7b.line, THE UP-TO-DATE LITTLE RIVRR SADDLER. THERE'S NO DOUBT ABOUT IT, I.X.L, Especially in supplying a Superior Quality of Horse or Gow Cover at FAIR, REASONABLE PRICES. Quotations given for Quantities: All classes cf Saddler} kept or made to order. Freight paid on all saddlery to any of the baya. ,f A large stock of Covers anl Riding Coats s always on hand. V, B, LINE, LITTLE RIVEIi. <

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3535, 11 April 1916

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3535, 11 April 1916

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