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LUKE KAIIANAMOkI "S VISIT. The Nov,- Zealand Amateur S'vimmiug Association have aii-augod Lie following itinerary of Duke Kalianainokn and party; -- February 3. airive at Wellington and Ii live for ('hrist church : Feb'ruary 2-1. em-nival at ('lnistehui ofi : February 25. leave I'oi Dmiedin; February 26. at Ihinodiu ; February 27, carnival at Duuodin : l'Vliruary 23. at lhiiiodisi: March 1, leave for Timaru, carnival at Timnru.and leave for ( hristcliurcli ; March 2. loavp for (irovmoiith ; March 3. carnival at Oreymout'h or Hokitika : March 1. leave tor ('hristcliurcli. and carnival at C'hristchureh ; March 5. at ('hristcliurcli, and leave for Wellington in evening; March 8 and 9. carnival at Waiifanui; March If). Wanganu, to Napier: March 11. carnival at Nai.iri : March 12. Napier to Auckland ; March Li to ?.o. lour caiui \als at \',ckiainl; .March 23, leave for Honolulu.

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SWIMMING, Issue 15705, 20 January 1915

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SWIMMING Issue 15705, 20 January 1915

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