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LOCAL AND GENERAL.—Cont. [Newspaper Article] — Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser — 7 February 1911
LOCAL AND GENERAL.—Cont. KINO Edwaud Mkmokiai,-Mori: than £173.000 has been received and £311,000 has been inve-ted in trustee rnmntien on bebalf of the Welsh national memorial to King Edward. King Girow-r: Stamp? It is estimated that to meet the demand for tho new King George postage stamps 1,000,000 stamps will have to be printed every hour of the working dny throughout the year. Anolo-Japanesk TREATY.-The Japanese hail the late King Edward ai the author of this Treaty. It marked the final sta«e in the recognition of Japan as one of the great Powers. From that moment tho British and Japanese Powers wero united to main., tain the status quo in the Far East. It provided among other things, that should eithoof the two Powers go to war with another Power, tbe ally will maintain a strict lieu. tiftlity; Bhould two Powers go to war with the Blly, the oilier will come to its help. The Treaty also provides for the safeguarding of Britain's and Japan's interests in China and Korea respecth...
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PUBLIC NOTICES. WOMEN 111 times requirefflßM WOLFE'S SCHNAPPS health E Preservative. PE RILS OF CONSTIPATION. +- Tkiuumx Siio&amp;nN-n Pains and Siiohtskss 01 BItEATH. Made Healthy and Stdoxo iiy Dim: Bkans. &quot;I have led a very active life, and my rißgerness in business pursuits led mo to neglect my heultli with disastrous results&quot; pays Mrs Henry Mayor, of 1018 Hay street, West Perth. &quot;By not paying snflicicr.t attention to my diet and the condition of my bowels, my system became run down. I bad to pay the full penalty for snch caielessness, for soon I was the victim of that awful complaint, constipation. I felt greatly depressed and a feeling of dread, as if something wns .vaa about to happen, would be continually with me, while terrible pains would phoot through my head from temple to temple. A fulness under the heart caused ran to gasp, «md I was frightened to breathe for fear of this terrible stabbing pain that would shoot tbrojgh my...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser — 7 February 1911
BUSINESS _NOfICES. 'AKAROA MAIL' Printers and Publishers. SUBSCRIPTION TO &quot;AKAROA MAIL' £1 8a per fiiinum, or 7s pc; quar'er. In Advance £1 Is per annum, _____ ADVERTISEMENT RATES: &quot; Wanteds&quot; Is cash, for fourteen vords only. Casual Advertisements _ per inc... Standing Advertisement as per arrpngemeat. J@3l Printing We have gra iuaily acci mulatel a fine Jobbing Plant of the latest machinery, and are now ready to deal promptly and accurately with Jobbing Work- of all descriptions put. into our hands. We can execute Printing required by all Business Firms— Billheads, Memo. Forms, Invoices, I'rice Lists, Printed Envelopes, Receipts, etc. Sa'e Circulars, Dodgers, etc., will be printed as per arrangement, and circu.. lated through the paper. Invitation Tickets or Circulars to Balls, Weddings, and Parties printed promptly and delivered. Visiting Cards in latest styles. Time Sheets for all trades printed loose, in blocks, or bound in books. Spncial M...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser — 7 February 1911
STEWART DAWSON &amp; CO. .^Mfflßß^^ i _____wnrf mmmmr muK I _•. -«&quot;** S ™ PJ DAWBON ' S ENGLISH LEVER 9 &quot;•/ *XW_ This is the good old re-1 Mm^iPffifl / lial,le Kngi ' is &quot; Sii - ver .welled one, ami is iitlc.l I I wllh llnsl exclmll &quot;K cn i'- ■ oi_ oYnaibmarked Silver 8 * I&gt;rice &quot;■ £3 * / *®/ 1 ! STEWART DAWSON'S CIUIJ I Kon-Magnetic iosri 1A splendid knockabout time- /'#v/ ? &gt;V X V 1 keeper. It is built so strongly tbat iff//*&gt;? &quot; M 1 it will withstand very rough /|/|// VU* i | „ ,u&gt;d is not alTectcd by temperature | |;I 1 or electricity. It will rim on a |UU I 1 Hot Stove, on the Ice, or on a W,j£ /J 60 Dvua.uo equally as well as Hi the A, '/- //'$ 1 I wiC e-roiish,a Nickd o, c 18/6 I Oxydised Steel Case 2©/- I RbMbMbFR-Your money back if your purchase .locs not meet with entire Hinmmil. Vol. run absolutely no risk when you buy from us. j special Wotsh ...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser — 7 February 1911
N.Z. FARMERS' CO-OPERATIVE ASSOCIATION. JMIJf hk _-„ ™-, _ _-*. w 1910-11. OBirisfchmpcßi Catalogues Sas©s° . SSlos© THURSDAY, 23rd FEBRUARY, 1911. THURSDAY, 16th FEBRUARY, l'Jll. All clips entrusted to our care will receive tbe most careful attention in every detail, and charges will be kept down to a strictly minimum basis. Our Wool Business has made wonderfully satisfactory strides of recent years, and last year constituted a record offering for tbo Association, and, although we erected substantial additions to our Wool Stores, every inch of the space was fully taxed. In anticipation of a further increased catalogue during the coming season'another large extension to our Christchurch Wool Stores have now boen completed, which will give ample room to display wool to the very best advantage — - Consign- — •'FARMERS CO-0P.,&quot; CHRISTCHURCH If you have not already received Specification forms, write for them, and | nnd they will be sent to you by return mail. | Sheepskins,...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 6 [Newspaper Article] — Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser — 7 February 1911
N.Z, LOAN AND MERCANTILE AGENCY CO. New Zealand Loan &amp; Mercantile %@n©y Company, Ltd. OFFICE ; HEREFORD STREET, CHRISTCHURCH. AGENCIES : Wool Store and Warehouses at Durham Street, Christohurob, Lytt, Ron, Rakaia and Chertsoy. BRANCHES AND AOEXOIB3 THROUGHOUT THE WORLD WOOL, GRAIN AND PRODUCE BROKERS. FULL CASH ADVANCES made on ENSUING CLIP OF WOOL and „„ «t SECURITIES. ' S1 Regular Auction Sales of Wool, Grain, Hides, Skins, Tallow, eto. Proceeds held absolute!; in Trust for Clients. Returns Promptly BenJere-i Charges on the Most Moderate Scale. Consignments Valued oy tho Company's Experts prior to Sale, and pro: .te-1 to th* Full Market Value. WE ACT AS COMMISSION AGENTS. CHRISTCHURCH WOOL SALES. Our London House exercises the GREATEST POSSIBLE CARE with Consume. t« entrusted them and eacn Lot is Examined and Valued by Experts ot Lon« LpS oe COCKSFOOT. We make this Business a SPECIAL STUDY. We have Orders from Large Consume ■ America, England, and the Continent. We oan...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser — 14 February 1911
SHIPPING. I BANKS PENINSULA STEAM- [ SHIP SERVICE. rriHE Steamers &quot;CYGNET &quot; and &quot; JOHN X ANDERSON&quot; will run as under (weather and other circumstances permitting) :— Cargo at Steamer. Day. Train. Station. For AKAROA and Bays in Akaroa Harbour- Cygnet Mon. 9.55 am Noon Sat. Frid. 955 am 4pm Thurs For LE BON'S BAY- Cygnet Fri 9.55 am 4pm Thur For LITTLE AKALOA- Jchn Anders'n Tues. 755 am 4pm Mon JohnAndcr&amp;'n Thur. 7 55nm 4pm Wed For MENZIES BAY- John Anders'n Sat. 755 am 4pm Fri. For OKAIN'S BAY- JohnAnders'n Tueß 755 am 4pm Mon. John Anders'n Thur. 7.55 nm 4pm Wed. For PIGEON BAY- Jolin Anderß'n Mon. 755 nm Noon Sat. John Anders'n Fri. 7.55 am 4pm Thur. For PORT LEVY— John Anders'n Wed. 030 am 4pm Tues. John Anders'n Wed. 4.0 pm Noon Wed. Special Trips and Picnics can b arranged STEVENSON, STEWART &amp; CO., Telephone 9-18. 130, Manchester Street. W. D. WILKINS &amp; SONS, Agents Akaroa. BANKS PENINSULA. T...
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BUSINESS NOTICES, I IfiEATHS 'XRGYLE&quot;CAiS£OEs) ,j THESE CALICOES *&amp;£ MADE TO OUR. SPECIAL ORDER FR9M PURE j ( MfIHER3 IN THE W?RLD T/IEV SET fl ST«rSD/SRD F9P. V'flL.Ur; j F9R ™ E TRfIDE flr^D EVERY : jf PIECE IS TH9R9UGHI.V RELIABLE i flf,D FREE FR&lt;?n F f- I &quot;w illl Ip s'g. ©'g Tfe 7&quot;ii i I B'll, 9'fl PEFI DOZ.YDS. j OzA wm be fo; J^ d equally hi?h. *■»' *^Emfr^' J zJ rfp fOR PATT&quot;? I REGISTERED TRADE HARK BEATH &amp;CQ LTP j I *~~* t r ■ ■■■—■—' „„.,, ■■■iiiimmiii in... ~i, i ~,... ' BRUCE HOTEL, AKAROA W. PARKIN, Proprietor. IMMEDIATELY OPPOSITE THE NEW WHARF. FlllbT. CLAfcS ZCCCAKOIV HON Lctlcis rrd Tilqj,' n. f rirni Hj all £rcl t d 10. Starting Point and Terminus Itoyal Mail Coaches. •PHONE 11 LAUNCHES, BATHING, FISHING, &amp;c, Ac. B. PETERSEN &amp; CO. Watchmakers and Jewellers r»»T~TTH Trunnr CHRISTCHURCH. 'f% WATCHES. Best Value in the Dominion. ALL WATCHJES FULLY GUARANTEED....
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I BUSINESS notices. I I j I THE GREAT I Lin SUMMER I has commenced. Write for anything you want. Goods sent post free, returnable if not satisfactory. WRITE TO-DAY. |—^D.1.C.-=^ I I E. C. BROWN, Manager. CHRISTCHURCH. I HOTEL METROPOLE, AKAROA T W. HALLIDAY t) m (late of Cashel -.„—*» —,-».,■.-,, -~,» „,■,,-„ -«*--.— -*-*-* street, Christchurch. , ,&quot; „ /V. t ,;&lt; 1 begs to inform the ' « Rl'&amp;Siii? . , . , 4 residents in Akaroa J ' „» , ' &quot;■ i ' and the Bays and all . 'f &quot;^ purchased the lease of I »$«&amp; &amp; - 1 m Ma»Mam^m thenewbuildmßcalled Ij^Jgw&amp;lWK*., *! t~ r ! the Hotel Metrocele ' U 4 A , from Mr L. W. John- &lt; &quot;(Jj ''iWFJL &amp;h 1 In making this an fjl« 3 nouncement, he begs *■ &quot; ' %^'. I to state that he will *%Jffifo *&quot;%,, &lt; spare no pains to en- &quot;&gt; ,«-W -i~*A iiW^ltU^' sure tbe comfort and...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser — 14 February 1911
1 A - MOMTZBON &amp; CO, A. MORITZSON AND CO. Cocksfoot Cocksfoot Cocksfoot Seed coming in too slowhfl Mr Moritzson has been com* pelled to return to Dunedin. We still require up to 10,000 sacks. Farmers are requested to send samples when ready to Dunedin with full particulars. Replies will be sent irnme d lately. ZZjWSINESS NOTICES, ' '*'&quot; JOHNSTON'S COACHES. LITTLE RIVEB-AKAHOA. I BEG to inform the travelling publio that my Passenger Line of Coaobea will run as follows:— Little River-Depart daily 11.15 Akaroi arrive 2 p.m. A karoa-Depart daily 8 a.m., Little Biver arrive 10. 45 a.m The following is the new scale of Fares arranged by me as from November 1,1907— Little River to Akaroa 5s return, 3a single Urgent Telegrams and Letters promptly at tended Parcels also attended to. Speoial reduced rates for Wedding Parties and Clubs Waggonettes, Qigs.addle Horses, always on hire. Accommodation for Motor Cars, etc, tec, at Proprietor's stables—HOTEL MET ROPOLE, Akaro...
SHIPPING. [Newspaper Article] — Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser — 14 February 1911
SHIPPING. PORT OF AKAROA AniuvKD. Fab. 11—Storm, s a., 405 ;tens, Woo.lhous from Dunedin. Feb. 13 -Cygnet s.s, 120 tons, Murra from Lyttelton. SaiiiKp. Fer,]2— 110 m, s s , 405 'o is, Woodhoi g for Lyttniton. Feb. Xl-Cygnet s.s, 120 tons, MIKKg fir Lytiulton.
DUNEDIN PRODUCE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser — 14 February 1911
DUNEDIN PRODUCE MARKETS. Mrtssrs A .I ritzson &lt;* Co, Dunedii , report— Cocksfoot —Wanted. Light seed 5Jd to 6d, 12ib to lib 0.-.i tv (i.Jil, Isi» to IUo ti/;d to7d. Cheese-Wanted. While Mr Morilz'on is here he is prepared to pay s}d nett f.o.b. Akaroa, o%M—Milling 2/3 to 2/4 for meili'im lr&gt; good feed *2/2 lo 2/3 inferior 1/8 to 1/10 ex store, saokß extra. Fowl Wheat-3/0 to 3/8 f o.b s.i Chaff —I'rime. neavy £5 to £5 10:--infpr'ur and hunt £1 to £4 10a. Prime Walnuts —Akaroa out of the market. only .lim&gt;mii&quot;sp i iTtrinu. Hams Oil, flitohes 7d.
MARKET CONDITIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser — 14 February 1911
MARKET CONDITIONS. Messrs MaoEwan and Co., Ltd., Welling, ton, report.— Butter —The tofnl ot shipmci?'* from tbe opening' of the dairy season, September lsl. is UVJl'Otoni, aa compared with 13,1113 foi the Bame period last season, nn increase of 34 per oent. Latest cables from the British Markets say that priced have declined 10* to 12 per cwi daring the Inst 18 day.«, nntl best qualities are now from ll(h to 112s. Spot conditions are steady, but values are ex peoted for May shipments. Cheese—The total of shipments from the Opeuinn of the dairy season,, September Ist ia 21,420 tonkas compared with 10,240 for the earns period last season, an increase of 31 per cent. EXPORTS TO LONDON, . Butter Cheeso Tons. Tons. From New Zealand - Per l'akeha, Jan. 23. Bill 52 079 „ lonic Jan. 20, 111 11 7L Nil 13 JO 13-1 j Shipped for same period last year .. .. 1178 14SG Shipment to date as compared with last season : — From New Zealand — Butler, reason 1909/1910, 101)52 tons; season 1910/11, 12100...
The Akaroa Mail TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1911. CORONATION GRANT. [Newspaper Article] — Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser — 14 February 1911
The Akaroa Mail TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1911. CORONATION GRANT. Iv is quite time that steps were t»: ken U« obtain the Coronation Grant, j :sf oken ol so:no time ago by the Ma yor. I Mr Armstrong suggested that i-oih) scriptions be collected for a k &lt;wn i clock, and that the Government be asked for a subsidy of k for k anu a Coronat/on Grflint. The need oi* a reliable town clock is a pressing one , and it would&quot; be a thousand pitiu« if tho new posh oilico was erected without a good time-piece. If resident**/ bestirred themselves and succeedt-&lt;I it* j obtaining a eh ick there would be ittlo i difficulty in having a suitable tower ' 'erected. Apart.; from tho utilitaorian point of view it is only right and proper we should have something in: the town to mark our new Sovere - ' igia'a coronation. /it tho time of King Edward's coro nation the piece of sea wall from the end of Jolie Strt ieA to the old wharl was built up, and ilbatj was called King Edward...
FRENCH HUG ATE KERSAINT. [Newspaper Article] — Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser — 14 February 1911
FRENCH HUG ATE KERSAINT. •&quot; On Wednesday afternoon, about half past four, the grey bulk of tbe i i'rigato Keisaint slid lound behind Point rlnlswell, southward bound, (snys tho Dominion) Mes ifuns -if tbe white Lam o' .-shanters with tho red pompoms had departed, ' not without regrets. One gathered, luring a b-.ief visit to tbe trigute on morning, that ail coneimd bad a very enjoyable tima in j Webington. They liked Wellington! much better than Auckland WnyV Well, Wellington people were more] like tho English. More so than the people of Auckland or of Australia. The fiigate goes south to Akiroa byttelton and Dunedin. The visit to Akaroa is being looked for waul to with considerable ntet'ist, for, being originally a Fie.nch settlement, it&gt; associations and traditions will have a homely flavour to messieurs of the Kersaint.&quot; The Kersaint arrives in tbe harbour from Dunedin in the forenoon to day, having left Port Chalmers nt 4 p.m. yesterday. The M...
LOCAL AND GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser — 14 February 1911
LOCAL AND GENERAL. i V.w:&quot;'.w. C'UN'iy Ceioveu, —The ordinary '. monthly meeting of the Wairewa County Counei! will be held at the Town Hall, Little i River, this morning. i Liner. Riveh Coeorr.—The monthly sit; tine' &quot;f the Little River Court will be held at idle River to-lay. 1 /, kw'O'A Ciirs-iv Racios.—Owners of horses ' ..i,-e i-(-itii;i'li'd entries eleise with the Secretary Cnriteiieiry .ha-key Club, Christchureh, to' j day, at 5 p.m. Acceptances close on Friday, i February 'J!, at f&gt; p in. 1 A.B.C. — The half yearly meef'n,: of the 'a.lie.'.'- will be held in the Roathsle.ds at h j p.m. to-night. i Watki-. Bi.oo-i.v E.M-Eins—Mr .1. B. Law! reneon, of Messrs LeCren A Laurenson, who is staying at tiie Grand Hotel, gives notice ' elsewhere that he will supply information re ! large ard small water supplies. '. Ciuckkt—A mcpting of tbe Akaroa Cricket i Club was held on Friday evening, Mr 11. W I Wilkin., (eiub-captaini pic ieiing. It was I de...