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LITTLE RIVER NEWS.

FAREWELL.

A social was held in tbe Main School, Little River, on Friday last, to tender a farewell to Miss H. Horrell, the assistant teacher, who-i3 leaving to take up dutie? elsewhere. Considering the threatening nature of the weather, there was a good attendance. Songs were given By Misses Jeffs and E Johnson, pianoforte dueta by Misses Stanbury and Chapman and Misees Dawber and H. Jones. The pchool children also sang, a|did alßoMessrs W, 0. Richards and A. Watson. A presentation of a brooch and butter knife was made to Miss Horrell by Mr Watson on behalf of the children, Mr. P; Wright responding on Miss Horrell's behalf. Supper, which was provided by tbe ladies, was banded round, followed by a short danoe. OKUTE VALLEY SCHOOL, A meeting of Ihe householders of Okute Valley, Little River, was held in tbe sohool on Saturday night to consider the carrying on of the school, bb the attendance was below the Education Board'e requirements. As, however, there are a number of children who will shorty be of school age, it was decided to guarantee the salary so as to keep the school open. The following were eleoted a committee:—Messrs A. V. Hutchinson, J Allan. G. Nconan, J, McQueen and J. McKay.

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LITTLE RIVER NEWS., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIII, Issue 3450, 6 November 1914

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LITTLE RIVER NEWS. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIII, Issue 3450, 6 November 1914

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