Rodney and Otamatea Times, Waitemata and Kaipara Gazette , 3 August 1927, Page 6
"f jne of the elephants at the circus 1 was coughing badly one morning, and | the keeper was instructed to give it ••■■.•?; bucker. of water mto which a battle .of m -hisiky had been emptied. ''How's Sally?"' asked the circus ■.■:.-: proprietor next morning. "Oil, just the same !" was the reply * "bufcal! the other elephants art* cough ': ing now." In the oninion of the paan who had TOosfc to do with the Canadians during , tour, Mr Colin Keid, the team's '^trainer, a finer body of men ..was uevtr .." got together. Uiipy were a^bsolut* !y depomkbie, said Mr Eeid, and in t»-e ten weeks' tour he had never seen a quarrel. Mr Reid, who was also the .'"'"' traioor of the < hine osi ccer teftui '' -du-'Hi^- iiH stay ifi .New Zealand, retu ned f<! Aucklaud yehterday.— Wlia ". ngurei News.