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VISITORS IN AKAROA.

There are a large number of visi tors in Akaroa, and we give below a list of those staying at the hotels and chief boarding bouses. The list doe-; not by any means include one half of the visitors staying in Akaroa:—

Bruce Hotel—Mr and Mrs Percy. Hallenstein, of Christohurch, and three children, Mr an' l Mrs E Hallenstein, nf Dunedin, and three children, Mr and Mrs Stubberfiald, of Obrintcburch. Mr and Mrs Taylor, of Ohristohuroh, Mr and Mrs Coyle of Wei ingtorf, Mr and Mrs Beid, of Cbristoharch, Mr McLaughlin and party, of Ohristohuroh, Mr and Mrs Moore, of Chris church, and Mr Moore, Mr Gilbert Beeves, of Ohristohuroh, Miss Myers, of Christohurch. Mrs Bauohop, of Wellington, and Mr A. Wright, of Little Biver.

Waeokerle's Hotel—Mrs Gladstone son and daughter, Mr G. E, Blanch, headmaster of Christ's College son and daughter. Mr and Mrs Kowell. Messrs Bow, Jones, Trevo.i;, Null J and Smith.

Ilfrnaorr.be House Mrs and Miss Barclay, of Christohurch. Mrs and Miss Dixon, of Timaru, Mr ami Mrs Bobofield, of Dunedin, and two children, Mr and Mrs Ward, of Christohuroh, Mr and Mrs Field, and Messrs Field (2), Mr and Mrs Luttrell, of Christohnrch, Misses Gibbs (2), of Christohurch, Messrs Fleming i 2), Miss Thomas

Mrs Handisideß.—Mr and Mrs Diamond, Mißses Diamond (3), Mr and Miss Gill nnd three children, Miss Ley land aud friend, Misses Nelson (2), Mr and Mrß Goodwin.

Gauthowen (Miss Jenkins)—Mr and Mrs Ramsay and child, Mr and Mrs Braes and two children, Mr and Mrs Patrick and two children. Mr and Mrs Mol.aughln. Mrs MoLaugblin, senr, Mr and Mrs Arohbold, M'.nea Mains, Harkness, Duodss. Mr and Mrs Thompson, Mrs Thompßnn and child, Mr and Mrs Rhode*;, Mr end Mrs Greig, Mr and Mrs Airs and three children

Hotel Metropole—Mr, Mrs and Miss Wilkinson an 1 Messrs W lkio=>on of Dunedin, Mr and Mrß Holmes of Christohuroh, Mr, Mrs and Miss Watson of Cnristohurch, Mr and Mrs Jackson and family of Christ,, ohuroh. Mm and Mi a Wood of Christoburob, Mr Potbill of Christohurch, Mr Agar, Mr Docks, Mr Bigg-Wither ani Misses Bigut Wither (2) Papanui, Mrs Dalziel and Misses D-'ziel (2). Miss Dalgety, Misses Orkney (2) of Dunedin. Miss Sandstrura of Dunedin, Mr. Mrs and Miss Armstrong Christohurch Mr, Mrs and Mibh Cook and family Christohurch, Mr and Mrs M. Jackson, Mr and Wellington, Mr and Mrs Opie Christohurch. Mr ana" Mrs Rassmussen, Mr* Beed, Hawke's Bay. Mr Bobbin Mr and Mm FleroinK. Mr Cook, Christohurch, Mr Mo Millan Cbristchurcb.

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VISITORS IN AKAROA., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3508, 29 December 1915

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VISITORS IN AKAROA. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3508, 29 December 1915

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