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AKAROA DISTRICT HIGH SCHOOL.

ANNUAL PICNIC AT WAINUI,

The annual picnio of tbe Akaroa District High School was held at Wainui on Tuesday in beautiful weather. Owing to tbe s.s. Cygnet having been disabled, it was decided to convey the children and their parents to Wainui by oil launch, and ruo.-tof the launches were called into rtqui-ition toconvey tbe large party of picnickers to their destination. A most enjoyable day was spent at Wainui, when sports were held under the supervision of the members of tbe committee and teachers.

On the return journey one small boy got a ducking at tbe Wainui wharf, as the consequence of bis being too keen to board tbe' oil launch Toi Toi, but otherwise there was no mishap.

Following are., the results of tbe races: —

BOYS L—Flat Races

A-Gtaham Hall 1, Oswald Hayward 2. B—Louis Brocberie 1, Charlie Miohell 2 C— ewen Wheloh 1, Neville Bell 2 D—Milton Curry 1, Leslie Barrett 2 X—Archie CanUe 1 1, Neville Woodill and Gerald Motlrarn 2 " F—Maurice Stewart 1, Henry MoLenaghan 2

G-Bruca Leete 1, Douglas MoLenaghan 2 H - Prfrcy Wederell 1 I— enry Po>l 1, Willie Parkin 2 J—Hugh 1 elievre 1, B ; ck Thorns. 2

BOYS 11.

'Amokura" Bace—Norman Thomas 1, Jack Mnnro2

Race Backwards-Bick Thomas 1, Norman Thomas 2 Blindfold Drive-Bick Thomas and Jack

Munro

Orang Oatung Baoe—Willie Shepherd 1. Per y Wederell 2 Three-legged Bace (prizes given by Messrs L Ditely and T. Penlington)-J. Mumo and W. Hayward I Sand Building Competition—Herbert Tur. ner and Bruca 1 eete 1

GIRLS I-F!at Raoee. A—Mabel Brown 1, Ida Stapl-s 2 B—Doris Dale 1, Edna La'-Krope 2 C-Irene Woodill 1, Alice Ball 2 D—Dorothy Leete 1, Eva Hayward 2 E—Bana Hall 1, Dons Rhodm 2 F—Kathleen Penlington I,' Dora Wtderoll

G —Alioe Hemingway 1, Mn> jorie Hall 2 M—M.ud Hemirgway 1, May Ltlir-vre 2 I-. Mcrven Fergus I, Lucy Sunckell 2 J—Winnie Lelievre 1, Marj < ht klt> 2 GIRLS 11.

Potato Baoe—Mary Cheokley 1,. Winnie Lelievre 2

Bace Backwards—Daisy Brown 1, Msuy Chp-ekley 21 Blindfold Drive—Lucy Sunckell and Mary Cheokley 1, Winnie Whitley and Maisie Hall 2.

Girls' Consolation—Doris Cheo-lay 1, NeL lie Wbitley 2. Sand-building Competition—Luoy Sunc* kell and Mary Cbeekley I. Young Ladies' Baces-(A) Miss Winnie Lelievre, (B) Miss Ethel Lelievre. Married Ladies' Baoe—Mrs Cattermole. The prizes for tbe last three races were brooches, kindly presented by Mr Biches. Toys and small p'cture books wsre distributed among tbe JDfants at the school on Wednesday morning,

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AKAROA DISTRICT HIGH SCHOOL., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXII, Issue 4384, 3 April 1914

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AKAROA DISTRICT HIGH SCHOOL. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXII, Issue 4384, 3 April 1914

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