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SUBARU Leonie 1986. New
wof and reg. Reliable.
186,6920kms $800. Ph
Kaiapoi Garden Club
Meeting will be held on 11 September at the Kaiapoi Baptist
Church in Fuller Street at 7.30pm. Kate and Sue Pearce will
be speaking on Alpine Plants, Hellebores and Trilliums. The
Flower Competition will be Cut Flowers, small bloom, large
bloom, spike, spray, cluster. Decorative - Fathers Day.
Vegetable - Home Preserving (Bottling). Members and new
members very welcome. Enquiries: 327 6404
Le Sud - What if the French beat the
English to the South Island?
This provocative adult comedy by Dave Armstrong pokes fun
at three cultures, two islands and one country. Limited
season from 25th September. Details and tickets from the
website: http://rangioraplayers.org.nz, or at Kaiapoi iSITE
Lions Club Pig Manure and Sawdust
The Lions Club of Rangiora are now taking orders for this
marvellous organic garden compound. Please phone Brian
on 313 7628 or Brian on 313 6124. Cost is $5.00 per 40
litre bag. Free delivery in Rangiora, fuel surcharges apply for
deliveries outside of Rangiora Township. Manure is delivered
on Saturday mornings.
September Variety Concert
North Canterbury Musical Society and Friends Variety
Concert on Saturday September 7th, at 2pm and 7.30pm,
RSA Lounge, Victoria St, Rangiora. Tickets $10 each from
John Harrington Gemtime Jewellers, High Street, Rangiora.
Costumes, Singing, Drama, Dance, Family Entertainment!
The Lazarus String Quartet
This young, vibrant, talented New Zealand quartet returns
home to Canterbury and will play at the Chamber Gallery,
Rangiora Library 7.30 pm Tuesday 17 September.
Programme: Haydn Op 20/2; Beethoven Op 18/2; Brahms
Op 51/1. Tickets $25; students $10, at Rangiora Library
Waimakariri Community Arts Council.
Woodend Spring Flower Show
Saturday 5 October 1 -- 4pm.
Entries NOW OPEN -- flowers, baking, photography, crafts,
produce, children's classes and more! Live demonstrations,
Devonshire Teas, daffodils, colouring competition. Pick up
entry schedules at The Grub Hub Cafe Woodend/Rangiora
Florist. Phone Helen 312 2414.
Friday 4th Oct. 9am---6pm;
Saturday 5th Oct. 9am---4pm
Rangiora Borough School Hall
If you have books (hard and soft
covered) that you would like to pass on
to us, we can collect them from you.
Collection boxes will be available from
Monday 9 September to Wednesday
25 September at: Caltex Rangiora or
New World Rangiora.
Phone Peter Allen 313-4971
All proceeds go towards supporting groups and
individuals within our district.
Invitation to Apply for Grants
The Trust makes grants in two rounds each year
-- in March and September.
Grants are made to individuals and groups
within the Waimakariri and Hurunui Districts.
The Trust's objectives are to "protect, promote,
and advance the charitable, educational, rec-
reational, cultural and general community
endeavours of all of the members of the
Applications should be made on the form which
can be obtained by going to the Rangiora Rotary
Club website at www.rotary.org.nz/club.
cfm?ID=429 or by contacting Peter Allen at
email@example.com or by phoning 313 4971 or
027 410 3325.
The closing date for applications is Wednesday
18th September. (Those organisations and
individuals that have already applied and are
waiting to hear from us, need not apply again.
Your application will be considered.)
Excell Biosecurity wishes to advise that a ground-based possum
control operation will be taking place to keep possum numbers
under control to prevent spread of TB. This operation will be
conducted as a part of the TBfree New Zealand programme.
Areas covered: This operation involves 14846 ha in the
Cheviot district. The area extends north to the Waiau River from
Gore Bay Road, Munro Road and Mount Palm Track.
Operation date (approximately): 9th September 2013 to
28th February 2014.
Poisoning methods, poison used and nature of poison:
Possum habitats will be targeted using Feratox encapsulated
Potassium Cyanide (dyed green), the baits will be placed in
peanut paste inside bait stations and in biodegradable blue bait
bags, these will be attached to trees, and fence posts.
The public is warned not to enter these areas and not to remove
carcasses or baits. Baits are dangerous to people and dogs.
• Do not touch poison baits/bait stations/traps
• Do not touch poisoned possum carcasses
• Keep pets under supervision; do not let dogs eat poisoned
• Do not leave children unattended
• Follow the advice on the poison warning signs.
If you suspect poisoning
• Contact your local hospital, or dial 111
• Call National Poisons Centre 0800 POISON -- 0800 764766
• In the case of a domestic animal being poisoned, contact
a local veterinarian.
For further information (including maps of the operational
area), contact the operator
Brent Smith, 86 Kowhai Ford Road, Kaikoura, phone
03 319 5084 or 021 687 125.
CALL Rita Townshendf
Personal Ceremonies of
your choice. Ph 313-9155.
known as DPhilz
May your heart be filled
May you have a success-
ful filled career,
May you have joy and
happiness in the years
We are all so proud of you.
HAPPY 21st BIRTHDAY
Mum, Dad and Chezle´
The 2013 Rugby Season
has come to an end which
can only mean one thing,
it's time to start thinking
about next season's
The Club would like to
invite applications for
coaches and managers
for next season for Under
6 up to Seniors. If you
have unfinished business
from last season, or if you
or someone you know,
has what it takes to inspire
our players to compete
successfully in the 2014
competition, please apply
to the secretary email
or post to PO Box 144
Proudly sponsored by
Ph 327 5623
TOASTMASTERS next meeting
Monday 9 September 7.30
p.m. at Rangiora Mainpower
Oval. RSVP 021 863 877.
NOTICE OF AGM
The Annual General Meeting
of the Mandeville
will take place in the
MSC Clubrooms on
Tuesday 17th September
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repairs buy as is. 341-8088
POPTOP camper wanted.
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HYMNS FOR PLEASURE
3pm, Sunday Sept. 8th, Gospel
Hall, 22 High St, Rangiora.
Bright singing. Afternoon tea
follows. All welcome.
Enquiries to Bill 313-7815.
every Friday night,
7pm at our
"Catch the Fire"
Also Sunday services,
Pipe Band Hall, New World
Ph 03 313 4500
This Su d y 8 S pt mb
o o o c oo , 15 K
NEW CHURCH SERVICE
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Prize-Giving & 40th
Past and Present Committee
and Members welcome
Place: Ashgrove School Hall
RSVP: Kristine Feather
& OPEN DAY
Sept. --- 1pm
Ph Brian 313-9494
Sunday 8 Sept.
Tours & Travel
COUPLES Escape 1bdrm
Deluxe APT 7nights $895
plus $50 dining voucher
12noon check out Rimini
By the River Ph 61 7 5473
Free call 0800 601 508
Cars for Sale
FORD Courier NZ new 2000
2.5 turbo diesel 2 door ex-
tra cab 228,000km panel
damage on passenger side
current WOF and Regis-
tration $9,000 ono. Ph
evenings 03 310 6145.
TRAILER wtdBriford or sim.
sgle axle/tandem 341-8088
CAR or s.wagon to $1500
cash approx. 03 332-1828.
FOR dismantling or repair,
rough or damaged. Cash
paid. Ph Automotive Parts
Top cash paid on cars, vans, utes,
4WDs & trucks DEAD or ALIVE
From $500 up to $10,000 for any
van, ute, 4WD or trucks! Minimum
$150 up to $1,000 for complete cars!
We pay the best price in town, FREE Removal
No WOF -- No Reg -- Deregistered -- Damaged
NO PROBLEM! Conditions apply
Phone: 0800 800 725
We pay up to $2000 for any
complete Car, 4WD, Ute,
Small Truck, Van or Tractor.
No Reg, No WOF,
Go/No Go - no problem.
Ph Bob 03 312 6441
Free pick up
PLACE YOUR AD NOW
Ph: 03 377 8778
Cars under $5000
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