Mr and Mrs Chalmer, with their children, from Dunedin, are spending their holidays at Akaroa.
Mr and Mrs VV. H. Rose, of Oaraaru are also staying at tbe Hotel Metropole. Mr C. E, Adams, Government Astronomer, arrived in Akaroa from Wellington on Xmas Eve, and will spend a few weeks here with his family. Mr Baeyert/,, of the "Triad." is spending a week at Akaroa, and is staying at the Hotel Metropole. Mr R. Laing, of the Canterbury College staff, who is keenly interested in botany, is spending a few weeks on the Peninsula, where he is gathering specimens in the various Bays. Messrs Emil and Percy Hallenstein of Dunedin and Christehurch, with their families, are staying at the Bruce Hotel, Akaroa, for the Xmas holidays. Other visitors at the Bruce Hotel include—Mr and Mrs Bristol, Wellington; Miss Smyth, of St. Andrew's College, Dunedin ; Mr and Mrs Mulcock, of Cashmere Hills, Christchurch ; Mr Spong, of Dunedin. Mr and Mrs H. Fletcher, of Lyttelton, arrived on Xmas Eve, and will spend the Xmas holidays wfth Mrs G. Kearney, at Gough's Bay. Among the visitors to Wteckerle's Hotel are Mr and Mrs Little, of Dunedin.
The visitors to Ilfracombe House, Akaroa, include—Mr and Mrs Turner, Rangiora; Mr and Mrs Calder, Miss White, of Bpreydon ; Mr Coalman, of
the North Island, Mr and Mrs Bussell, of Marlborough. Tbe following visitors are staying at Mrs Fergus's ("The Willows").— Mr and Mrs Price, Mr and Mrs Cox, Mr and Mrs Green, Mr and Mrs Grenie, Misses Smith, Loasby, Popple, Kennedy, Palmer and Hood, Messrs Gillians, Browning, Stamp, Keatley, Munro, Manhiro, Hooper, Burns, Chalktey and Sbarplin.
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PERSONAL., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXI, Issue 4360, 26 December 1913
PERSONAL. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXI, Issue 4360, 26 December 1913
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