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A very jielasant evening was spent at Hinckley’s Bay on Saturday night, when the Gold Crest crew celebrated tho opening of tho season, and were the guests of one of their members who is about to enter tho ranlcs of the benedicts. Mr N. Johnson occupied the chair, and welcomed the visitors from the surrounding cribs—namely. Star, Rose, Sunset, Bed Star, Hatnui, Waireka, Cosy Dell, and Haercmni.

A congratulatory telegram was read from an ex-member in Invercargill. Mr Mockfoxd presented Mr W. Johnson with a silver tea and coffee service, suitably inscribed, as a wedding gift, and referred to the many service* he had rendered to the crib since its inception. Smaller presentations were also made by Mr A. Smith (on behalf of Haunui), Mr R. Richards''. (Waireka), and Mr A. G. Roberts (Uv,. Star). Mr Johnson thanked the memheis of the Gold Crest and other cribs lor U; :i presents. A toast list and musical and elocutionary items concluded a successful and pkv.>.’ evening.

“ KHEUMO QUICKLY CUU-Ui RHEUMATISM" Bead what Mr .John Abbott, the well-known plumber and easfilter, of Mew Plymouth, thinks about RIIEUMO. He writes: ”1 hrvo taken BIiEUMO for Bhcmmuics, and -.insider it the best remedy sur anyone who . j.- s from Uric Acid— the main cause if miiatism or Rheumatic Gout. I can ii'i'.l I ,' recr.rntncui HIIITU3I.O, as I have ■i#cd other remedies. 1 have been a resident m t Ncw Plymouth for over 50 years, so : ' i am well known. 1 chad consider it a .’Vo to acquaint r.uyin* 1 know what RHKUMO did for me.—JOHM ABBOTT, Sew Plymouth ’’ Your storekeeper or mist sells RHEOMO it 2» fid and 4s fid, ■ y it-

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SOCIAL GATHERING, Issue 15627, 19 October 1914

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SOCIAL GATHERING Issue 15627, 19 October 1914

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