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A imputation consisting of Meesjs Jamieson. Quealy, Nutt, and Gebbie, interviewed the leading spoilsmen in Tai Tapu. Lincoln, SprineetoD, Ellesmere, Leeston, flouthbridgn an-' Taumutu, on Friday last, and experienced the greatest enthusiasm all round, and arrangements were made to hold matinee ait each of tbe above centres to disoues de tails and report to a general meeting to be held at Tattersal>'B Hotel, Chrietohuroh, on Ma? 26, at 2 A number of motor boats heve been promiced as follows—s at Taumutu, 4 at Timber Yards, 2 from Taiaroa, 2 from Leeston. Be eidea the above there ara 20 boats atMhe Selwyn acd 5 at the Hulewell, all of which it is expected, will be available, also a fair number from Chr.stchuroh. It is eatpeoted that over 40 motor boats will tbe available, The duty of the ganeral meeting at Christchurch, when delegates from each of tbe above centres will attend, will be to fit a suitable date and all other details. LITTLE RIVER MEETINQ. A meeting was held at Little River on fiatnrdaw, when there »aia very represents live gathering of eportsmen, Mr T Thomp* son being chairman. The programme so far was discussed, and enthusiasm was displayed, and a large commutes appointed to ascertain the probable numter of gum. c Messrs Thompson and W. Kadford wer elected to wait on the Christcburch goner meeting. _________________

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LAKE ELLESMERE "SWAN DRIVE.", Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIV, Issue 3460, 18 May 1915

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LAKE ELLESMERE "SWAN DRIVE." Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIV, Issue 3460, 18 May 1915

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