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The eleventh anniversary of Court Pride of the Port, Juvenile Forester;, was celebrated at Port Chalmers yesterday evening by a social gathering. There* was a large attendance, including visitors from Dunedin and other centres of the United Otago district. Bro. T. M'Mahnn, president of the Juvenile Council, occupied the chair. The other members of the Juvenile Council were al-o pro-out. as well BstheD.C.R. (Bro. W. Lovei and D.S.C.R. (Bro. T. Grainger) from the adult Otago Executive. A musical programme, instrumental and vocal, proved very entertaining, the following contributing:—Miss Shanks, Miss Booth, Mrs J. Morgan, Miss Buchan, Mrs Lightbourne, Mrs J. Hntton, Bro. Leslie Jack. A humorous dialogue by two members of the court elicited prolonged applause. The toast to visitors was replied to by Bro. J. Harlaud on behalf of the' Ancient Order of Druids. Bro. T. Grainger presented the prizes to Bros. W. M'Lean, W. l'ryde, and H. T. Glengarry. Refreshments were sanded round. A pleasant evening confluded by the singing of the National Anthem.

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JUVENILE FORESTRY, Issue 15654, 19 November 1914

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JUVENILE FORESTRY Issue 15654, 19 November 1914

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