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ELLESMERE TEAM ENTERTAINED.

In the evening the Peninsula representa tives bad dinner with the Ellesmere team a f . tbe Hotel Metropole and after dinner a toast list was gone through, his Worship tbe Mayor (Mr Geo. Armstrong), presiding, The following is the toast list: — "The King,' proposed by (he chairman; "The Ellesmere Team;" proposed by Mr W. | Jacobson, response Mr F. Matthews; ''The Peninsula Team," proposed by Mr H. Gar. diner, response Mr F. Fabey; "Canterbury Rugby Union," proposed Mr M. Barclay, response Mr J. McLaughlin ; the chairman prosposed the toast "The Empire," and the National Antbem and patriotic songs were sung ; "The Ladies," proposed by Mr L. J. Vangioni, response Mr Stapleton ; "The Old Timers," proposed Mr A. Williams response Mr L. J. Vangioni. At tbe conclusion "Auld Land Syne" was sung, followed by the National Anthem. 'LAUNCH TRIP. On Sunday afternoon the visiting team were taken for a launch trip to the Akaroa Lighthouse, whioh they thoroughly appreciate.

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ELLESMERE TEAM ENTERTAINED., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIII, Issue 4424, 25 August 1914

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ELLESMERE TEAM ENTERTAINED. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIII, Issue 4424, 25 August 1914

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