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BOUNCY CASTLES for
hire. Includes Shrek and
Humpty Dumpty. Phone
Recipe of the Week Winner
For all your baking and cooking needs call into . . .
If you have a favorite recipe, leave it at the Clutha Leader office, or post
it to PO Box 45, Balclutha, fax 418-1173 and please include your contact
number. You may be next week's winner of a Balclutha New World voucher.
Remember to include why the recipe is special to you.
Open 8am-8pm • 7 Days • 9 Lanark Street • Balclutha • Ph 418 2850
This week's winning recipe was sent in by
Hollie Steel. She will receive a $25 voucher
from Balclutha New World. (Voucher to be
collected from New World)
When submitting recipes please type them to save confusion
and please use kilos not pounds. Thank you.
IN A LARGE BOWL MIX TOGETHER:
4 cups cooked beans (butter/green)
½ cup finely sliced red onion
½ cup chopped red pepper
FOR THE DRESSING PUT ALL THESE INGREDIENTS
IN THIS ORDER INTO A SCREW TOP JAR:
½ cup sugar ½ cup cider vinegar
Shake the ingredients in the jar and add to the beans.
Refrigerate for several hours is better.
This is my yummy recipe for bean salad its great to have during this
The Clutha Leader wishes to advise
their advertising deadlines
Classi ed Display Booking/Copy
Classi ed Line Adverts
CREATIVE COMMUNITIES SCHEME
APPLICATIONS FOR FUNDING
Do you require financial assistance for arts and cultural
activities within the Clutha District Council area?
Applications for financial assistance under the
Creative Communities Scheme are now being called
for. The scheme is designed to increase access and
participation in the arts through the support of local
The scheme has three criteria for assessing
applications and allocating funding. Projects should
meet one or more of the following criteria:
• Broad Community Involvement -- The project will
create opportunities for local communities to engage
with and participate in arts activities.
• Diversity -- The project will support the diverse
arts and cultural traditions of local communities,
enriching and promoting their uniqueness and
• Young People -- The project will enable and
encourage young people (under 18 years) to engage
with and actively participate in the arts.
Application forms and additional information are
available from Alison Ludemann at the Council
administration office, phone (03) 419 0200 or at any
Council Service Centre.
Applications for the next funding round close
on 22 February 2013.
Saturday, 2 February
2nd Division 9am
1st Division from noon
Family Fun Day!
Children's entertainment, food, stalls
Licenced bar provided
No BYO alcohol, glass or dogs
Sections 41 (3) Sale of
Liquor Act 1989
made application to the
Agency at Balclutha for
the renewal of an Off
Licence in respect of
the premises situated at
32 Ross Place, Law-
rence and known as the
The Wild Walnut.
The general nature of
the business conducted
under the licence is a
The hours during
which liquor is (or is
intended to be) sold
under the licences are
as follows:- Monday to
Sunday 9.00am to
The applications may
be inspected during or-
dinary office hours at
the office of the Clutha
Agency at 1 Rosebank
Any person who is
entitled to object and
who wishes to object to
the grant of any
applications may, not
later than 10 working
days after the date of
the first publication of
this notice, file a notice
in writing of the objec-
tion with the Secretary
of the District Licens-
ing Agency at PO Box
This is the first publi-
cation of this notice.
• Monday, 28 January 2013
- Year 12 students -- 1.00pm
- Year 13 students -- 2.00pm
Senior students may wear mufti
• Tuesday, 29 January 2013
- Year 9 students -- 9.00am
- Y13 Peer Support Training -- 9.00am
School Bus Runs commence
School Canteen Opens
• Wednesday, 30 January 2013
All Students -- 9.00am
• Enrolment of new students
Please telephone school Office (03) 418-0517
for an appointment from Monday,
21 January onwards
• PTA UNIFORM SALE (SOHS School Hall)
- Thursday, 17 January 5.00pm -- 7.00pm
- Friday, 18 January 5.00pm -- 7.00pm
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and in publishing it we are doing so in consideration of and relying
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misleading or deceptive or likely to mislead or deceive or which
otherwise breaches the Fair Trading Act 1986. That is defamatory or
indecent or which otherwise offends against generally accepted
That infringes a copyright or trademark or otherwise infringes any
intellectual or industrial property rights.
That breaches any provision of any statute, regulation, by-law or
other rule or law, and
b. That the advertisement complies in every way with the
Advertising Codes of Practice issued by the Advertising Standards
Authority Inc. (ASA) and with every other code or industry standard
relating to advertising in New Zealand, and
c. Publication of the advertisement will not give rise to any liability
on our part or in a claim being made against us.
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arising directly or indirectly from any breach of those warranties by
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advertisement in any print or electronic advertising media we offer
advertisers now or in the future.
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the design or production of an advertisement (including photo-
graphic or design work) the advertiser acknowledges that we own the
copyright in such work and that such work is not work for which a
commissioning payment has been made or agreed.
5. We may refuse to publish, or withdraw an advertisement from
publication without having to give a reason.
6. We may publish the advertisement on the next available day if
there is an error delay in publication of the advertising as booked.
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other genuine reason as long as we do so using reasonable care.
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orders). The space may be used only by the advertiser for advertising
of the advertisers usual business and may not be transferred by the
advertiser to another person.
9. The guarantees contained in The Consumer Guarantees Act 1993
are excluded where the advertiser acquires, or holds himself out as
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loss of revenue or profit) from an error or omission or failure to
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apply for the whole space and are not reduced if the whole space is
13. Advertising placed by advertisers who are not New Zealand
residents will be zero-rates for GST purposes. GST will be applied at
the standard rate to advertising placed by non-resident agents acting
for New Zealand resident principals.
14. If payment for advertising is not made by due date (which is the
20th of the month following invoice. unless we specify otherwise ) the
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Chris Pennell Coach
The clinic is open
Monday to Saturday for all your
pet and working dog needs
At 34 Essex Street, North Balclutha
24 hour emergency service
Phone 03 418 3377
Will not be held on
20th Jan but will
Sun 17th Feb, 10am - 2pm
Church NoticesChurch notices
59 Clyde Street, Balclutha (next to Ray White Realty)
(03) 418-2818 ~ cityimpactchurch.com
January Services 10am
Ps Liz Taylor
Youth Church 7.00pm
Sunday January 13th
Rev L Rankin
Ella Kell Session Clerk
ph 418 2780
ST MARK'S, BALCLUTHA
SUNDAY 13 JANUARY
Vicar: Graham Langley
03 418 1033
WINE Club Dinner @
SOTC 6:30pm 30 Jan5121619
SOUTH Otago Town and
Country Club Hunting and
Fishing Competition. 16th,
17th, 23rd and 24th Feb.
Entries close 15th Feb
New and second
See Tony at
100 Clyde St
Ph 418 1600
SOUTH Otago Town and
Country Club Fish 'n'
Chip $10 Lunch Special
BALCLUTHA Floral Art
Club AGM. Tuesday 5th
February 2013. Balclutha
Presbyterian Church Hall,
7.30pm. App to 418-3750.
A free service for Famil-
ies/ Whanau / Carers.
Contact SF Otago's Field-
workers for support,
information, education &
advocacy. Free calling
areas: Dunedin 455-5973,
Balclutha 418-4191. Open
WILL YOU BE
MAKE 2013 your year for
love and happiness.
Bridges Matchmakers can
put you in touch with the
partner of your choosing
as soon as tonight. There
is no need to spend an-
other day alone, call:
0800 856 640
For Rev Graham and
St Mark's Anglican
Balclutha. Sunday 27
Beginning with a
Morning tea and a
All past and present
members and friends
Cambrian - St Bathans -
1-3 March 2013.
or Phone (03) 447-3366
7.30pm, Tues 22nd Jan
All most welcome
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