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.....,' , YTAlHl,Tuesday. ' ] A Hihernian. social was.held in the.SliDors' TJnloh Hail last; There was a good i attendance, and- an enjoyable ' programme | was nninlied, shortly after mldnißh,t-:-,, . The Waihi Gun Clnb--held , a' successful shoot ou with-the following results: —First-class handicap: E. R. King 0.6 yards), 7 kills out of 10 .birds;'l; G-eorge McFlynn (13yds),C. kills. 2; 8.-.Burgess (16yds). 5 kills, 3. JfoTlce handicap: P.S. Richards, on 10 yards, 6-10 kills,' 1: .TT Horari. 5-10, Penrd, 5-32 and 5-lli .tied for eecand place: A. Sparks, 4-12; Stamp, 3-5; G. Andrews, 3-7; Gregory, 3-5; Turner, 2-J2; T. Cooper 1-10. No. 1 sweep was won toy McPlynn, with King second after a very exciting contest, the winner killing eleven.;birds, and. the.loser ten out of 11. Richards.just ■v\ ; oii the nest swtfep, witli King and Burgess second. :,?.' v- ' ..■.« -i :;• !ii i :■";* A social in connection with tie Presbvr terian Churct fund was lield in the Public Hall, Katikatl,, last evening, -when.,.there 1 was' attendance. The balance-sheet showed: a ! -credit of . £26. At- the; conclusion of the pr.osramme the floor was cleared foe ■danelns. ■ ' '* * ' : ' "' ' : ' r; ."''.' :" j The new Academy Theatre, wWcb Is a. fine 'building, was.opened for the first time to-night by 'the Hay ward 'Bros., ■wSio presented a.programme of morinp plcthres and selections by'Rudall Hayward and Miss Adelina Martinengro, late of;-the Brescians,- and npw ; residents of Waihi.

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WAIHI. Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 88, 14 April 1909

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