DUVAUCHELLE SCHOOL TREAT.
The children of tbe Duvaucbelle sobool held tbnir annual treat in Mr J Gaskin's taddock, at, Duvauchelle, on Thursday last. The weather being ideal a very pleasant day was spent, and a large number of, parents and friends took part in tbe proceedings. The day was devoted to sports lunch being provided for gtbe ohildren in the Duvauchelle Hall The school children, in common with o her schools on the Peninsula, for Hi-nt tbeir prizes tbi* yi-ar The following are the results of the pport-H : — Boys 14 years and over—W Brown he 1. A Kiobfißld 2, F Shadbolt 8 GirlH 12 and over— R Barwick 1, M (Jo-sar 2, hi K'»y 3 Boys over 12 and under 14 B tmn«ch 1, T' Wi.kins 2, G Rich field 3
Girls over 10 and under 12—H Innes 1, D GidHens 2, R McKay 3 Boys ovej 8 and under 10 - W Innes 1, L Cairns 2, T Shadbolt.
Girls over 8 and under 10—T Wiikins 1. X Kay 2, D Shadbolt 8 Boys over 6 and under B—D Kay 1, D Wilkin? 2, R Bailey 3
Girls over 6 and under B—R Barwiok 1, E Brown 2, M Shadbolt 3 Boys three-legged race—M Le Comte and A Shadbolt 1, H Btewart and F LeValliant 2, D Stewart and 0 Stewart and C LeComte and R Doao van equal 3 Gi'U three lpggfd race—E Barwick anS J Bailey i t M fO3 a aod E Kay 2, V Gidden* and H Innes 3 Boys over 10 (open)—o Sutherland 1, H Donovan 2. A Shadbolt 3 Girls over 10 (open) X i\ay I, E Kicbfield 2, T Shadbolt 3.
Girls under 10 (open)—E Brown 1, J Wiikins 2, E Mould and L Barwick canal 8
'Boys 6 and under—W Vogan 1, D Vogan 2, J Giiskin 3 Single ladies race—Miss Hagland 1, Miss Mcintosh 2
Boys 880 yds, over 11 years, op«n — E Brown 1, R Donovan 2, A Shadbolt 3
Girl? 880 yds over 10 years, opsn— T Wiikins and E Kay eqaal 1, J Bailey 8 Boys 440 yds, under 11, open—L Wiikins 1. C Stewart 2, L Giddens 3
Boys consolation race—P LeComte 1, G Bailey 2 v. Hingte men's race—L Cairns 1, A Riggs 2 Married men's race—H P Guldens 1, T E McKeuzie 2
Married ladies' race—Mrs J Mould and Mrs C Innes equal 1, Mrs A > Brown 8
Tug-of war—Married beat single men two pulls out of three
A dunce was held in the evening, at which there was a large attendance Mr H Oossar acted as Master o: Ceremony.
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DUVAUCHELLE SCHOOL TREAT., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3540, 28 April 1916