By Eleotrio Telegraph.
fcaoM Our Speoia"l Correspondent
GERMAN BOWLER TABOOED. Wellington, February 25
A rather dramatic, and not altc gether • . pleasant, incident occurred on a local bowling green on Tuesday afternoon in which the status of a German resident who has undergone interment on Somes Island was called into question The German in auestion is an old member of the club" and one who was formerly held in great respect. For some offence against the law he was in , terned on the Island, and was liber ated a few daya ago, since when he has visited the green two or three times.. When about to commence play on Tdesday, another member objected strongly to a member of an ■'enemy country" being allowed to play, and personally objected to play. The member in question, the person moet interested, was dumfounded at the speech, and after asking* the speaker if he was in earnest and receiving an answer in the affirmative, picked up his bowls and walked off the green.
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TELEGRAPHIC, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIV, Issue 3401, 26 February 1915
TELEGRAPHIC Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIV, Issue 3401, 26 February 1915
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