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Mrs E. E. Lelicvre acknowledges the following donations to the local Lady Liverpool Fund:—l pair mittens, Mrs Sweet; 10/- Mr G. Pilkington ; Red Cross Doll (to raise money for fund) Mrs Alf. Rhodes. In our report of the discussion at the Akaroa and Wainui Road Board's mating last Saturday we reported Mr Armstrong as saying "After Mr w ilkin's explanations he agreed they had no fault to find." What Mr Armstrong did say wa3 "they had no fault to find with the clerk of works" On Wednesday evening, May 17th j fcho Annual meeting of the Wainui.' Prtwbytartan Church was held when' there was a large gathering and a, very successful function eventuated.! Boy. J- W, Hsprard presided. Bolos wsro oung fry Misa Moore and Miss For Bro<;neMal Couphs, tafri '.

Roxburgh, si recitation was given by Miss Taylor, three choruses were rendered by the Akaroa Presbyterian Choir and a reading by Mr Dodds. The balance sheet which showed income £67 5s 10d, expenditure £64 12s 2d, leaving credit of £2 13s 8d was read by Mr Sloane and adopted. Though the financial outlook was not so bright on account of the removal of Mr Hugh McDonald it was resolved to continue the same amount to the central fund. The chairman presented Mr Haylock with a safety razor on behalf of the managers in connection with his leaving the district for the North Island. Mr Haylock made a characteristic reply. Refreshments were provided by the ladies and a comprehensive vote of shanks was moved by Mr Sloane,

Miss Hooker being specially mentioned for her services at the organ. Over a score went over from Akaroa by launch.

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LOCAL AND GENERAL., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3547, 19 May 1916

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LOCAL AND GENERAL. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3547, 19 May 1916

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