LITTLE RIVER NEWS.
CONCERT OP AID OF ST. SAVIOUR'S ORPHANAGE.
[from our cobuespondbnt]
It is not everyone who knows that at the end of this month a concert is to be-held at Little River in aid of the St. Saviour's Orphanage Funds. The programme, bo far arranged, includes items by the Glee and Madrigal So ciety, which has just lately been instituted in Little Hiver, under the leadership of Mr Arthur Wright Vocal solos, duets and trios, humorous, sentimental and serious instrumental items, and a very happy farce entitled "Turn Him Out." It is rather a pity that at so late an hour one of the leading members, Mr George Wright, should be called over to Australia, but Mr Bainee makes a very effeotive substitute. To all those who bave not seen "Turn him Out" previously acted we can honestly promise a treat in store. The date of the entertainment has been fixed for Saturday, Ootober 80th.
LITTLE RIVER COURT.
Tuesday, Ootober 12th, \ (Before Mr T. A. B. Bailey, S.M.) Judgment by default was given in the following oases:—S. T Harris v Maurice Flynn, claim £48 10s 4d. G. L. Columbus v. Ben Edwards, claim 153 6d.
Frank Crump was fined 15a and C oßt.B for failing to send bis children egataly to gehoof,
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Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3496, 15 October 1915
LITTLE RIVER NEWS. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3496, 15 October 1915
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