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MR FOSTON, LECTURER.

To night, in the Oddfellows' Hall, Mr Foston, who baß bad considerable experience on tbe lecture platform, will deliver a recital entitled "The Greatest War in History," illustrated by over 140 maps and elides. Whenever this recital Las been given it has been much appreciated. The subject is brimful of interest, and as the lecture deals with things from our Imperial standpoint, there should be a good attendance. This recital was to have been given last night, but owing to a miscarriage, it could not be held. It will be repeated at Dv vauohelle's Bay Hall on Wednesday. National songs will be thrown on the screen, as well as all matters in con nection with tbe war now raging. All returned troopers are admitted free, and asked to occupy the best seats.

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MR FOSTON, LECTURER., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3531, 28 March 1916

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MR FOSTON, LECTURER. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3531, 28 March 1916

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