The bridge over tho" Hapuku river is finished, tho District Engineer having passed tho work this week. Energetic efforts are now being put forth to complete tho approaches as early as possible. Relinquishment by the Kaikoura Pis'trict High School pupils of their annual prizes (certificates for proficiency and attendance- being given in lieu thereof) in order that they might assist tho Belgians, has resulted in the fund beuefiting by £5 ss. Mr Frank Button., occupier of one of the Siag-Spey runs, had his right leg broken just above the anfele t&rougix the horse he was riding slipping and then rolling on him. Be wag brought to the Kaikoura Hospital, where he received surgical attention from I>f. Thomson.
"While the Peninsula area has recently had but two fair showers, with overcast conditions supervening, the suburban division has. been rather more fortunate, with, beneficial results to pastures and some of the root crops. The rural portions of the country generally have profited to a greater extent by frequent, and occasionally • copious showers, the downmrar being considerable at limo3. I if some case* an abun-
dance of feed for stock is reported < by favourably circumstanced pastoral- j ists, but tho number is small. |
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Press, Press, Volume LI, Issue 15200, 11 February 1915
KAIKOURA. Press, Volume LI, Issue 15200, 11 February 1915
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