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- ' ■♦ [FROM OUR CORREEX'ONEEKT,] Last Thursday, Mr and Mrs J, Reid gave a party to a few friends to the_ birthday party of Mr George Reid, when songs, card?, and danciog was tho ofdtr of the eveaiog. The oeca -ion waa also utilised to say farewell to Mr aad Mrs H. Smith, very old re?identß of Little River, who have sold their property and intend living in Cbiislchuicb. On Saturday he Star playad Meri vale. Owing to a number of the Star players being absent on account of the rep. match being played at Akaroa they were not able to put up a very strong team, and bad to make up their full number from outside teams. Under the circumstances their losing the match was no surprise, though they put up a good fight for it, the score being—Merivale 9, Star 8 Mr Williams actcd,.aj3 referee. The local committee of the War Fund 9 met on Saturday night, when" the secretary detailed the amounts so far collected for tho different funds :— Expeditionary Force £262, Patriotic Fund JE72, Food for Britain Fund £50 Lady Liverpool Fund £22. It was decided to hold a concert on Septem ber 4 in aid of the Patriotic Fund.

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LITTLE RIVER NEWS., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIII, Issue 4424, 28 August 1914

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LITTLE RIVER NEWS. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIII, Issue 4424, 28 August 1914

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