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MOUNT SOMERS

(From oub own Ookrkßpondknt.)

Mount Somers, October 27. J The names of performers ot Friday's entertainment at Springburn were nupplied to me aa fol ows : The Highlaad fling and th 9 Reel of Tiilloch were danced by MeaßrE McLean, drneron, M rriaon, and Sore (sic), to innaic on the bagpipoa supplied by Mr VicKay . Mention of Mia* Synioa 1 aoag. "My Hither Hil!s " wae accidentally omitted m my report. Tie weather up here is bow very favor.iblo- or our f arm era ; it is neither too dry nor too ruoidt, aad the crops uppear to be of great promise, the oati Bbowing particular y well. The sheep also ere fast reco -oring from their distress of & few weeks ago, and shearing will soon be commenced . I hear that Mr Peter, of the Anama Station, is going to make a fetart on Thursday. The stone traffic fiom our quarries eho'Virs signs of reviving. On Friday thirty trucks of limestone went down to Timaru, there tr be shipped. Next Friday 400 tons are.to be sent to Oaniaru for the came purpose.

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MOUNT SOMERS, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 1982, 29 October 1888

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MOUNT SOMERS Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 1982, 29 October 1888

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