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LYNDHURST.

A large gathering of Lyndhurst residents and friends from outlying districts assembled in the hall on Friday evening last, the occasion being a farewell social and presentation to -Mr and Mrs F. Tulley and family, who are leaving the district.

Mr W. J. Dickie, M.P., addressed the gathering, and after apologising for the absence of Mr Tulley, who at present is in bad Health, spoke of the many sterling qualities of the family. On behalf of their Lyndhtirst friends, Mrs W. J. Dickie presented to Mr and Mrs Tullev a handsome solid silver spirit kettle, suitably inscribed, and to Miss Tullev and Miss L. Tulley gold bangles, and dainty gold brooches to Misses H. and M. Tulley. Mrs Dickie spoke in eulogistic terms of the ,work done by Mrs Tulley and the. Misses Tullev on behalf of the Lady Liverpool and Red Cross societies.

Mr Dickie presented to Mr Leslie Tullev a handsome case of pipes. Mr L. Tulley responded oil behalf of the family. Supper was handed round, and dancing indulged in till early morning, music being supplied by Mrs Moylan and Mrs A. Reid. Messrs W. Goodwin and R. Reid acted as ST/s.C. After the singing of " Auld Lang Syne," Mr Buehan, "on the family's behalf, bade the gathering good-bye.

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LYNDHURST., Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9586, 14 April 1919

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LYNDHURST. Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9586, 14 April 1919

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