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A resident of Timarn, who has ja*t- returned from a trip to Auckland, attended the Auckland (.‘up mooting. tnere he >a-v what he' had never seen before, but had occasionally read about— namely, a man who, under, the* rtxfitement of a r r oofi win {ll v. as srst.cp won thfli Cup), threw money out of his pocket nf in "the air bv handfuls, not orme, bul several times,* and let those round aboai him scramble for it. This appeared to relieve his feeline sufficiently to allow him to go to the totalisator and collect his dividend ouieiiy. ‘■When is the proper time, to cnugratulalo a bride and bridegroom" A tier they have Jived toirthcr for at least a year and are »i..! happy.’’

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 6, Issue 15699, 13 January 1915

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 6 Issue 15699, 13 January 1915

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