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The Akaroa branch of the New Zealand Ca holio Federation help a social iv the Aharoa Boathoußß on Tuesday evening, nearly one hundred being present. Musical items wore rendered by the orchestra (piano, Missee E Lelievre and Kotiowski; violins, Mies N Leiievre and Messrs X Donneli end E Kotlowaki), songs by Mrs Lane, Miseea «gnea Dierok, B Dierck, and Piper; reoitation. Mise No- a Lelievre. Messrs Robinson and Parkin kindly lent their gramaphone. D>nc iog was indulged in between the musical items During the eveniDg the BDnuftl meeting of the Branch was held, the Eev. Father Bonetto, president, in the ohair The secretary read the report, which showed what progress had been made by the The officers for enaairg year were then eleoted as follow:-President, Bey. Father Bonelto; Vice ) residents, Messrs F Bi ochene and B Mora ; Secretary, Martin Daly ; Trea surer, Mis* Ethel Lelievre ; Committee, Mrs Lane, Misses B Kotiowski, MoGuire, May D.etck, G Woir, and Messrs P MoGuira and E Donneli Bepresentatives oi Alt-ir Sooiety Mesdames M J Lelievre and Kotiowski; Children of Mercy, Misses Ethel Lehevre ana B Walker j Church Committee, Messrs M Kearney and B Kotiowski. t After the meeting, Mr Martin Daly, on Dβ half of the Catholics of Akaroa, presented the Bey, Father Bone , to with a puree of sovereigns, in honour of his attaining the silver jubilee oi his ordination as priest. The Rev Father Bonetto replied, thanking them lor the gift.

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CATHOLIC FEDERATION., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIV, Issue 3466, 11 June 1915

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CATHOLIC FEDERATION. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIV, Issue 3466, 11 June 1915

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