The Akaroa Mail. FRIDAY, MAY 5, 1916.
The monthly sale will be held at Duvauchelle to-day.
Mr J. H. McDonald, of Wainui left to-day for Ashburton where he will take up his residence*
Akarcw District High School closes to-day for a fortnight's holiday. The attendance recently has been very good.
The Akaroa County Council meet at Duvauchelle to-morrow when the Lake Coleridge supply and alteration to the Motor By-law with regard to travelling at night will be considered.
On her trip round the southern depots, the N.Z.T.S. Amokura secured a young sea lion for the Wellington Zoo in place of one brought back Imt year which had died. The lion was transferred to the lonic at the Bluff and taken straight to Wellington.
In connection with the sale of Mr Jock Reynish's Education Reserve to be offered at next Little River sale, when the lease expires in 1921, the Auctioneers, Messrs H. Matson and Co wish to make it known that the then tenant will have the right of renewal at tho re-valuation.
The teaching staff of the Elmwood S;I-.ccl assembled on Friday afternoon to bid farewell to Mr W. W. Garton, M.A., who is leaving to occupy a temporary position at the Akaroa District High School, vice Mr A. Gray, M.A., who is leaving with the Expeditionary Forces says the "Sun." On behalf of the teachers Mr J. R. Sinclair, the headmaster, presented Mr Garton with a fountain pen and pocket book and wished him health and happiness in his new district. Mr Garton commenced his new duties at the beginning of the week.
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The Akaroa Mail. FRIDAY, MAY 5, 1916., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3542, 5 May 1916