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Laat Friday evening Mr Stewart Barker mt the gnest of the residents of Lβ Bon'a Bay in the local hall. There was a large at tendance, and a most enjoyable time was spent. Mr Barker wai born some twenty years ago, and lived most of his time su Le Bon's. Hβ W&9 the first recruit the residents had the {opportunity of entertaining, and Mr B. Banco, in a patriotic speech, spoke highly of ble epriS, going forward to help at the present crisis. On behalf o! theme preaer t, he expressed tbe hope that their guest would diitinguieh himself in his country's cause, and they would have the greater pleasure of 'entertaining him on bis return. He then tailed upon Mr W. G. Dalg'ish, who affixed on hiswrltt a watch, as a token from his Le Bone friends.

Mr Barker suitably responded. Daring tbe evening songa were contributed by Mrs l>. Moln'osb, Mitis E. Leonardo, and Meeeri Phil Barnett, R. Bruce, and B. Barker, the last named very kindly providing excellent dance music.

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LE BON'S BAY., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIV, Issue 3466, 11 June 1915

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LE BON'S BAY. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIV, Issue 3466, 11 June 1915

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