The (Glowing arc j•:utituiar.s of the cello, tion at Port Chalmers and suiTOimding ■ li. c (riels : —Municipal Buildinge .Mr*. A. Goleniau ami assistants), £7 (V llUl: dock cates (Misses Sharpe aiul Whyte), £5 5s ruriv trains. Bower ami I pper Port Clialmers (Mrs Douglas and Miss Keiman). £6 4s IOM ; Mechanics’ Institute, etc. (Misses MciK’ians ami Bolt'. £3 Os 1.-n f.‘reel. etc. (Misses Murray and Sin- , lain. £2 13s 2jd ; Masonic Hall .etc. (Mrs C’umiinsham and assistants). £3 4s ml : Carey's" Bav (Miss Sunderland,i, £2 8,; 5d ; I Jehorah Bav (Master lorn Sniiih), 11> 71,1 ; Saw vers Bay (Misses Alice Granville and Manninc)j £3 15s 4sd ; M.thiwaka, 3s sd; Purakanui. 17s 3.-d : Heyward's Point, 8s; Upper Port Chalmers and Bineskin road, 13s Sid ; pupils attending Pori Chalmers Distrul High School. 10k: pupils Catholic, School. 4s 3jd ; hotels Port Chalmers 16s 6pß Chick’s 9s Provincial 3s 4d, Marine. 3)d, George 13s 2d. total £2 11s 2i<l; friends. St; grand total, £3B 8s 2d. Bast year, £29 Is Id.
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HOSPITAL SATURDAY, Evening Star, Issue 15668, 5 December 1914
HOSPITAL SATURDAY Evening Star, Issue 15668, 5 December 1914
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