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PIGEON BAY GATHERING.

FORTY FIVE POUND, REALISED

FOR BELGIANS.

[contributed ] A social and dance was held in the Main School, Pigeon Bay, on Friday of last week in aid of the Belgium Fund. The evening commenced with progressive euchre. The first prizes were won by Miss £. Lyal! and Mr Hughes, while Mies E. Hunt and Mr JW. MeNamara were successful in being last, and therefore were eented with valuable prizes. After the termination of the euohre, an auction sale wan held of a quantity of mutton and a variety of useful goods The auctioneer, Mr Davies, sold in Dutoh style, and was quite neutral. The buyers were keen, some getting more value than others. Among the articles bringing good prices was an logersoli Hunter watcb, which was finally purchased by Mr E. Hay, who was a keen bidder for many articles The watch is still bunting for the correct time. After the auotion was finished, supper was supplied by ladies, and a dance wound up an en joyable evening. The nefct proceeds amounted to £45.

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PIGEON BAY GATHERING., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIV, Issue 3465, 8 June 1915

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PIGEON BAY GATHERING. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIV, Issue 3465, 8 June 1915

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