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Mrs F W Crockett acknowledges all help given at the Little River Gala luncheon and tea, also the following donations towards the lnnoheon:—Mr Harris, loan of orookery and i 6 loaves bread; Mrs R Wrisrbt, sponges; Mrs Newton, ox tongue; Mr Wright, 1 bottle sherry and 6 lemonade: Canterbury Central Dairy Company 61b butter and 2 quarts oream ; Mr G Jones, junr,, 2 gallons of milk; Miss Elliot, 6 jellies; Mrs Taylor for making jellies; Mr J Londrigan. 2 gallons of milk; Miss Coop, cream and refreshments; Mr R Dyer, roast beef and mutton ; Mrs T Thompson, oream and refreshments; Mrs V Joblin, prize oake ; Mra W H Montgomery, ham and f pineapples ; Wardell Bros., 3 bofc ties vinegar. 6 packets oonflour ; J Hall and Co., per Mrs Oilman, 51b tea; Mating Co , sib tea; Little River Cheese Factory 121b cheese; Mr Crookett 3 gallons milk and 2 dozen epgs Mrs Line, cookery; Mrs J McQueen, refreshments; Mrs 0. Jones, refreshments; Mrs Banks, refreshments; Mrs S Barclay, refreshments; Mrs Reynish, refreshments; Mrs W. Wright, refreshments. Cash donations, Mrs Patten ss; Mrs J Chapman; 5s Owing to the bad weather the takings only amounted to £17 0* Bd, and the expense* totalled £4 lOs. All soldiers wearing tbe King's uniform were given luncheon and tea free.

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LITTLE RIVER GALA., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3509, 31 December 1915

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LITTLE RIVER GALA. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3509, 31 December 1915

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