AMUSEMENTS Hayward's Weekly Picture? ODDFELLOWS' HALL SATURDAY, APRIL 29 Star Film— "His Trusting Places,' Featuring Charles Chaplin. (Keystone oota6dy 2030 ft). SPECIAL- " TOPICAL BUDGET No 171." (500 ft). —Ana— Fielding, N Z., interest "The Eternal Parting" drama "The Plot of the R.R. Cut" drama "Jenkg and the Janitor" comedy "The Interrupted Nap" trick "Duty v Consoience" drama PRICES—Down Stairs, Iβ. Gallery, la Bd, Grand Entertainment. On behalf of the SERBIAN BED CROSS AND AKAROA j LIBRARY. > XO BE HELD IK THE ODDFELLOWS' HALL ON THURSDAY, APRIL 27th, at 8 p.m. Song—"The Goose Step," Akaroa Boy Scouts. Character Song Misses J. CsntreP, £) Ditely, P. Ditely, A. Hall, F. Hayward. E. LewitS, J. Penlington T. Wiikins. Song— Mr F, Armstrong Charaoter Song—"The Corsioan M»id," Mis:eß L. Armstrong, M. Bell, E. Pilkiogtoa, G. Your gman. Song— Mrs Julius Farce— ''Our at 'Otne Day," Misses R Bird, E. Julius, I Taylor. Patriotio Tableau "The Allies," Miesee N Lelievre, M. Le'ievre, A Lelievre, E. Pilkiugton, M. Rhodes. INTEHVAL. Bong—"Tommy Atkine," Akaroa Boy Scouts. Song— Mrs Rutt Gbaraoter Song—"ln Winter Time." Masters N. Bell, A. Hemingway, G. Ball. O. Haywatd, C. Staples, E. Whelob. Song— Mr O'Callsghon Charaoter Song-"Mα Dusky Maid," Four of Akaroa's Leading Citizens. Charaoter Song—"The Amorous Goldfish." Misses J. Bruoe, E. Keeqan, M. Julius, M. Lelievre, I. Morrison, M. Weetenra, V. Youngman L. Youngman. Faroe—"Wasting Away," Mrs Cantrell, MisH N. Lelievre, Miss Youngman, Mr Armstrong will auction a SERBIAN FL&G daring the evening. j Mrs Goodwin will sell SWEETS in the Hall. PRICES—Front Seats and Gallery, 2/» Back Seats l/» PUBLIC NOTICES' DAIRY FARM TO LET. MESSRS W. B. WILKINB AND SONS have reooived instructions from the Churoh Property Trustees TO BELL BY PUBLIC AUCTION AT DUVAUGHELLE FRIDAY, MAY sth LEASE FOR 14 YEARS OF DAIRY FARM Of 44 acres a® PEe®nEs BITOATKB AX TAKAMATUA. This Property is at present occupied by Mr A< F. Shadbolt, and is the best Dairj Farm in the District. W. D. WILKINS & SONS, Auctioneers AUCTION SALE OF TIMBER. WE have been instructed by the Okain'n Bay Vestry to sell from 6000 to 7000 FfcET OF SAWIN BLUFGUM TIMBER SizfH and Lots to suit Purchasers SATURDAY, APBIti 29th j At 1.30 p.m., at the Okain , - Bay Factory, W. D WILKINS AND Auctioneers. LITTLE RIVER LIVERY AND BAIT BTABLB. MR W. J, WRIGHT wishes it made known that be ia still in ohargo of 3 the LIVERY AND BAIT STABLES at Little River, opposite Mr H. French'a • Smithy. GOOD PADDOCKING AND STABLING. . Only the beet Chnit and Oai9 utilised for horse feeds, j Good paddocking also with stables. The best attention at all time. b W. 3 WRIGHT, , ( Proprietor. II . —: I, A man is bis own woret enemy when be neglects to e«se a oold with "NAZOL" A bottle of thi - dependable remedy coßfca onlj elfthteeDpeneo' A few doees of "N&ZOLi' ; will olen; away the woret cold.
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Page 3 Advertisements Column 5, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3539, 26 April 1916
Page 3 Advertisements Column 5 Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3539, 26 April 1916
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