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SATURDAY'S CHRISTCHURCH MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser — 6 June 1899

SATURDAY'S CHRISTCHURCH MARKETS. I The entry at Tattersall's on Saturday conisted of a total of 76 horses, of which a mall proportion were good draughts, and beae realised from £25 to ,£3l, medium arts making from £14 to £18. Porkers lade from 28s to 355, stores 20s to 30s, reaneis 12s to 16s, suckers 10s to 13s. 'here were large entries of poultry, and ood table birds met with a ready sale. ioosteiß made 2a to 3s 6d, hens and pullets 3 6d to &3 3d, ducks 4s to 4s 6d, geese 6s to s, turkey cocks 13s to 15s, and hens 5s to i, all at per pair.

Publication Title: Akaroa Mail And Banks Peninsula Advertiser
Source: Papers Past [National Library of New Zealand]
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ADDINGTON LIVE STOCK MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser — 6 June 1899

ADDINGTON LIVE STOCK MARKET. lAt the continuation of the fat sheep sale Addington on Thursday, Wednesday's ices were well maintained. Among the les sold were—For Mr R. H. Rhodes, tahnna, 128 wethers and ewes, 18s 7d ; esars Woghoro Bros., Little -Akaioa, 146 sthers, 15s sd.

Publication Title: Akaroa Mail And Banks Peninsula Advertiser
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HEAD OF THE BAY SALE. [Newspaper Article] — Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser — 6 June 1899

HEAD OF THE BAY SALE. I At Duvauchelle's on Friday last their was am a very large entry of cattle, of which large proportion consisted of good two and ree year olds. The supply evidently exeded the demand, as, except in a few indidual caßes, last month's prices were hardly lintained, and a good number of cattle did t reach owner's reserves, and were passed t unsold. Good steers made £4 to £4 =, and £5 was bid for a good forward line three-year-olds, but these were passed t. Two-year-old mixed sexes made 58s to s, yearlings 355, and 18-month-olds up to s. In fat cattle prices were in sympathy Ith Addington, good fat cows making £4 bto £5155, steers £6 to £7. A few sheep we also yarded, selling well at lis 6d to a 6d for ewes, and up to 13e for forward Rgets.

Publication Title: Akaroa Mail And Banks Peninsula Advertiser
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MARRIAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser — 6 June 1899

MARRIAGE. Barnett—Franklin.—On May 30th. at the Church of the Good Shepherd, Philipstown, Christchurch, by the Rev. W. A. Pascoe, Percival, eldest son of Rev. W. Barnett, Baptist minister, Le Bon'a Bay, to Beatrice, fourth daughter of D. Franklin, Christchurch.

Publication Title: Akaroa Mail And Banks Peninsula Advertiser
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The Akaroa Mail. TUESDAY, JUNE 6, 1899. [Newspaper Article] — Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser — 6 June 1899

The Akaroa Mail. TUESDAY, JUNE 6, 1899. A.8.0. -A special meeting re additions to i boathouse takes place to-night in the Odd- | fellows' Hall. AKAROA AND WAINUI ROAD BOABD.— Those interested are reminded that iiomina- ] tions for the two vacant seats on this Board [ close ou Friday next. ' Woods' Great Peppermint Cure for ' Coughs and Colds never fails, ;is 6d and 4 2s od. For Bronchial Coughs take Woods' great Peppermint Cure, Is 6d and 2s 6d. Notice.—For Messrs Wheeler's, Common's and Stead's cocksfoot advertisements see four th page. Cricket.—The first test match, England v. Australia, resulted was a draw in favour of Australia. * Supreme Cotjbt, Christohuboh.—Victor Austin Hill, police constable, charged with having on the 10th of April last, Btolen the sum of £6 from George Jones, was sentenced to 6 months hard labour. Boars of Education. —At last week's meeting, the tender of Mr Rixwaß accepted for renting school site at Chorlton. The resignation of Miss Cook, mistress at Aka...

Publication Title: Akaroa Mail And Banks Peninsula Advertiser
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Telegraphic News. [Newspaper Article] — Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser — 6 June 1899

Telegraphic News. (from ocr special correspondent. By Telegraph*] Auckland, June 5. A steamer in tow, supposed to be the Perthshire, passed Cape Maria Van Dieman, bound east at 10.30 last night. There were two bright lights on the fore and one bright light aft on the main gaff. Later. A confirmatory wire from Cape Maria Van Dieman states that a steamer passed last night at 10.30 showing towage lights, but they nothing more. Some people suppose it may have been the Mararoa from Sydney showing extra lights in the hope of being seen by the Perthshire if in the vicinity* It is also suggested that it may have been the barque Cloud in tow of the steamer Stella from Kaipara to Auckland, but it is exstremely improbable that these<have got so far. Wellington, June 5. A quantity of cabin fittings, oven, four hatches and life buoys marked "s.s. Ohau" have been found near Cape Turnagain on the east coast, below Castle Point. Somewhat further south a steamer'...

Publication Title: Akaroa Mail And Banks Peninsula Advertiser
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PENINSULA RUGBY FOOTBALL ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser — 6 June 1899

PENINSULA RUGBY FOOTBALL ASSOCIATION. A meeting of delegates was held Inst night at the Madiera Hotel, Akaroa, delegates from Akaroa, Little Akaloa, and Wairewa being present. The following officers were elected:— Patron, Hon. W. * Montgomery, M.L.C. ; president, W. H. Montgomery, M.H.R. ; vice-presidents, Messrs. E. E. Lelievra, H. W. Piper, and A. F. Roberts; hon. secretary, F. S. Michell. It [was decided by a majority of on a to procure a banner for season's competition. The Flag matches were fixed to start on Saturday, June 10th. Following are the fixtures :— June 10—Little Akaloa v. Akaroa, at Akaroa ; Wairewa v. Le Bona, at Little River June 17—Akaroa v. Le Bons, at Le Bons; Wairewa v. Little Akaloa at Little Akaloa. June 24—Akaroa v. Wairewa, at Akaroa; Le Bons v. Little Akaloa, at Le Bons. July I—Little1 —Little Akaloa v. Akaroa, at Little Akaloa; Wairewa v. Le Bon's, at Le Bon's. July B—Akaroa v. Le Bon's at Akaroa; Wairewa v. Little Akaloa, at Little River July 15—Akaroa v...

Publication Title: Akaroa Mail And Banks Peninsula Advertiser
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AKAROA COUNTY FARMERS' ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser — 6 June 1899

AKAROA COUNTY FARMERS' ASSOCIATION. The Farmer's Association met on Friday. Present—Messrs J. Bruce (chairman), J. Pettigrew, Richfield, Piper, Williams and others. Correspondence was read from Mr C. J. Reakes, stating thut he had to go to Southland, and would not be able to be on the Peninsula just yet, but would attend to the testing as soon as possible. From Dairy Association, Dunedin, stating that the annual meeting would be held on Wednesday, June 7th, at Dunedin, and that the Farmers' Association were entitled to send one delegate. It was resolved to ask Mr W. Wright, who is at present at Dunedin, to act as delegate, and that the subscription due to the Dairy Association be paid. A letter was also received from the Dairy Commissioner, stating that he would be satisfied to hold the meeting at Duvauchelle's as arranged, and would devete part of the time to the discussion of cheesemaking, and the remainder of the time to that of the production of milk. It was hoped that as many a...

Publication Title: Akaroa Mail And Banks Peninsula Advertiser
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AKAROA AND WAINUI ROAD BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser — 6 June 1899

AKAROA AND WAINUI ROAD BOARD. A meeting of this Road Board was held on Saturday. Present—Messrs. Newton (chairman), Rhodes, and McPhail. minutes. The minutes of the prior meeting were read and confirmed. engineer's report. The following report of the Engineer was read s— " Gentlemen, —Since your last meet g I have .been over the Robinson's Bay works, and have had to put on men to clear slips, etc. Have also, after consulting your chairman, let a contract for 60 yards of metal for Pigeon Bay road, also a small contract for blinding, etc., repair of road near Mrs. Mora's gate, German Bay. Valley road— this work was ordered some time ago. Men have been over the main roads to cut water off during the last rains. In consequence of the election work and the very inclement weather during the last three weeks, I have been unable to start the surveys at Little River, but hope to do so next week. Owing to the bad weather Butny and men have not been able to work on the range, but ...

Publication Title: Akaroa Mail And Banks Peninsula Advertiser
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LAND SALE. [Newspaper Article] — Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser — 6 June 1899

LAND SALE. At Duvauchelle's on Friday, Mr R. Latter offered a part of Mr Montgomery's estate, consisting of s. me 900 acres fronting od Montgomery's and Summit roads, cut into eight convenient blocks. There was a very large attendance, and in opening the sale Mr Latter said that he desired to point out that the only reason the property was placed on the market at all was to give small settlers an opportunity of acquiring land on the Peninsula without going elsewhere. Mr Matson had praised the Liberal Government for cutting up the large estates for the benefit of farmers of limited means, and he thought that Mr Montgomery, who was a supporter of that Government, deserved equal praise for trying to settle his portion of the district more thickly, and was entitled to a jolly good bid for the excellent sections he was offering. The land was excellent, and there was plenty of grass on it, only come 380 sheep and a few cattle having been depastured therefor some time past. The terms were ...

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"I TOOK THEM." [Newspaper Article] — Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser — 6 June 1899

"I TOOK THEM." The laws relating to the unlawful caking of other people's property are somewhat stringent in the coloi ies, but their administration is occasionally the cause of much comment. It has frequently been noticed that the unfortunate, who, when perhaps pressed by want and hunger, appropriates to his own use a small sum, is sentenced to a long term of imprisonment; whereas, the well connected wrong-doer when charged with the larceny of perhaps thousands of pounds, has frequently, iv reply to his "I took them," received a sentence far from commensurate with his crime. The ill-gotten property of such actions never results in benefit, but there is a preparation now being sold throughout the Australian Colonies—Bile Beans for Biliousness —which, •when used, cause people to joyfully say *' I took them." These beans are a purely vegetable preparation, and the result of years of thoughtful research on the part of an ...

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THE SPORTS CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser — 6 June 1899

THE SPORTS CONCERT. The concert in aid of the sports took place on Saturday night. The entertainment provided was good, but, we regret to record, the attendance was by no means large. Mr Hutton, accompanied by Miss French, played* a charming select on of Scotch airs and " Adestes Fidelis " charmingly. The children sang the choruses " Climbing up the Golden Stairs " and " Farowell for Ever" very well indeed, Miss Winnie Jamieson playing the accompaniments {very nicely. Mr Reynolds sang "Gondola Dreams " and " The Ship I Love," and was encored, and Mr Jacobson was similarly honoured with *'Dream Faces" and "Anchored." Mrs A. Lelievre sang "Whisper and I bhall Hear" very nicely, and Mrs Hargreaves was equally successful in "Fiddle and I," both receiving well-merited en...

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser — 6 June 1899

IE ARE BUYERS, FOR CASH. at HIGHEST MARKET RATES, ov COCKSFOOT &b tfee manager of the Company, Mr. C. [Lees, is proceeding immediately to Lon- L >ia Australia, we are enabled t© offer [ fanners of Banks Peninsula special facile in the disposal of their seed, and invite L to either call on us or correspond with [with a view to securing the beßt prices. Ur. Lees presence in London will ensure [nose farmers who entrust their seed {to I Company to ship for sale there, the pest price possible, and we also assure ending shippers that the charges will be It down to the loweßt possible rate. I price tor CLEANING is 7d per sack In FREE STORAGE until shipped to le gland if instructed at the time of I cleaning. I THE hnterbury Seed I COMPANY, *AA., 1 123 CASHEL STREET, I gCHBISTCHURCH,

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser — 6 June 1899

THROUGH BALLAMTYN E'S OF CHRISTCHURCH Bbopping>t home is undoubtedly i Made safe and easy and CUSTOMERS AT A DISTANCE are invited to Bend us a postcard Specifying any particular CLASS OF GOODS tbey wish to see ard en AeecrtmeLt will be cheerfully sent by return post. ! The Assortment We can almost immediately submit, will astonish. One Shilling off every Pound Discount For Cash BALLANTYNE & COMPANY, CHRISTCHURCH Public Notices LOST LOST, between Akaroa and Gough's Bay, a SOLD BROOCH (two hearts and magnet). Anyone returning same to MAIL Office will be rewarded. f FOR SALE. TTAY in any quantity. Apply at once W. LELIEVRE, Gough's Bay. PLUMBING. H MORRISON, Plumber, of Chrißt. v church, w ill be in Akaroa executing work at the Criterion Hotel, during JUNE, and will be glad to undertake any other business of the kind in Akaroa and neighbourhood. Skilled workmanship and satisfaction guaranteed. MORRISON . TENDERSTENDERS will be received up to Tuesday night, JUNE 1...

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser — 6 June 1899

lartet agem hmwimtC omr Pare Tmi. Boa* fee »■• worn. Taey are the Beat uUOhMiMi Absolutely pan. Copiea tort sever equalled. WONDERFUL Ctuanuriwea Vicer and Better Value taaa mr ■* *« »er la. more money. Onipe— ear 1/- Tea wita aay at ■/*, —M. mm ■* wttfc aay a* Sf- per lb. TEAS

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PENINSULA SALEYARDS COMPANY. [Newspaper Article] — Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser — 6 June 1899

PENINSULA SALEYARDS COMPANY. A meeting of Directors was held on Friday last at rhe Somerset Hotel. Present—Messrs Lelievre (chairman), Latter, Barker, RobinJ -son, C. McDonald and Stewart. Minutes were oonfirmed, accounts passed for payment, aud an offer of Mr Beecher's to find metal to improve path to yards if the "Company would provide horse and dray was accepted. Extraordinary Meeting. An extraordinary meeting of the shareholders was then held to consider the advis"ablenesg of issuing fresh shares to increase the accommodation at the saleyards. The Cliahmui te.vl the advrrtisement calling the meeting, and said that all prt»ent knew liie entiies of a lock had become so •large that the yards were not sufficient. It is, therefore, proposed to raise more capital to put jp annthrr row nf cattle yard->, and put the sheep pens in thorough order. The Directors wished the shareholders to give ""them power to call up fresh capi...

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SHOULD ALL GIRLS DO HOUSEWORK? [Newspaper Article] — Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser — 6 June 1899

SHOULD ALL GIRLS DO HOUSEWORK? A NFW ZEALAND LADY SAYS " YES." The engrossing topic of whether the modern girl should undertake housework or not has been engaging the attention of parents and daughters for some time. Most of the parentß' letters which have appeared in the * Prees ' show they consider it the duty of their girls to do as much housework as possible. Many of the daughters' letters quite agree with this, the writers believing -that " Honor thy father and mother " is the best motto to act upon. Other girls, however, show that they consider themselves debased by being called upon to undertake housework. Miss Peterson, of Featherston, "North Island, is a young lady who has something interesting to say on this Bubjeot. She believes in girls helping their mothers providing they are in good health. " I am," cays Miss Peterson, " now 19, but since I was lf» I have been suffer...

Publication Title: Akaroa Mail And Banks Peninsula Advertiser
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PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser — 6 June 1899

PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. A meeting was held in the Presbyterian Church on Thursday last to consider the question of a week-day service. The Rev. D. Jamieson presided, and urged the necessity of such a service After considerable discussion it was resolved to hold a service ■every Wednesday evening at 7 30 p.m. At the same meeting a very Btrong opinion was expressed as to the need of something of an educative character upon a wider basis than a service in the church. It.was pointed out that there was nothing in ABaroa of the nature of a debating or literary society. Ultimately, it was resolved to form those present at the meeting into a Committee to take such steps as might be best to form a society for the intellectual improvement of the young in the town. The society referred to wili be formed at a public meeting to be called at an early date Of course, though the idea his emanated from the Presbyterian Church, the Booiety wiil be entirely undenommational in character.

Publication Title: Akaroa Mail And Banks Peninsula Advertiser
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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser — 6 June 1899

Advertisements. 1899 Autumn & Winter X AM now showing Complete Stock of —New Season's— Dress Goods, Capes, Jackets. Mantles, Millinery, and Household Drapery, Men's, Boys' aud Youths' Winter Clothing, Etc. MiSliiicry in all its latest novelties— Lidies' Trimmed Felt and Straw Hats, Ladies' Trimmed Bonnets, Ladies' and -..i! s ' Sailor Hats, Ladies' Felt Boat Hn.tr, New Flowers, Feathers, Ribbons, Chiffons, Velvets. Plushes, Silks, Nets, - Tulles, Veilings, Ribbon Velevets in all shades. Capes, Jackets, Mantles— The latest and most fashionable Shapes and Materials, including Kaiapoi Tweed Capes and Jackets. Dress Goods— Navy and Black Serge, Amazon Cloth in new green, brown, cardinal, maroon. Dress Tweeds. Nice lot Fancy Black Broche, and Striped Dress Materials, Velveteen in all shades Braids, Gimps, and new Dress Trimmings. CLOTHING Men's Kaiapoi Tweed Trouseis from 8s 9d to 17s 6d. Men's Kaiapoi Tweed Suits from 25s to 50s Boys' Knickerbocker Suits, 1 to 15, 2 garments...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser — 6 June 1899

Amusements THE ANNUAL UNITED SOCIAL of th Little River Clubs will be held in the MAORI HALL, on THURSDAY, JUNE 15ch. Gentlemen's Tickets-Members ss, nonmembers 7s 6d. Ladies' Tickets—Members 2a, non-members 3s. H. 6. Robinson & Co. MES>RS. H. G. ROBINSON & CO. hive received instructions from Mr. W. Barnett, who has disposed of his business, and is leaving the district TO SELL BY AUCTION AT HIS RESIDENCE, LE BON'S BAY ON THURSDAY, JUNE Bth, 1899. at 10 a.m. sharp. His HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE and Effects, consisting of Single and Double Iron Bedsteads, Spring Mattrass, Chest of Drawers, Linoleum, Oilcloth, Washstands, Ware, Tables, Chairs, Mirrors, Crockery, Kitchen Utensils, Harmonium (10 stops), Clocks, Watches, English Saddle, etc., etc. C YEARLING Terms at Sale. Luncheon provided. H. G. ROBINSON & Co, Auctioneers. R. Latter WATKIN'S ESTATE. FREEHOLD PROPERTY. LITTLE RIVER FOR SALE ABSOLUTELY WITHOUT RESERVE. EARLY IN JULY. ROBT. LATTER ) ...

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