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MAKAREWA.

The bachelors' hall was held hero on July sth, and attended by over 6n couples. A splendid evening’s enjoyment was provided. The music, supplied by McLean's orchestra, was much appreciated. During the evening- songs were given by Messrs Miles and Thomas. while Messrs Crow and Cordon danced a jig in finished style. The duties of M.'s; C. were ably discharged by Messrs Conn and McCloskey. As showing the interest taken in the affair, it should be stall'd that two ex-residents journeyed from the North to be present at the gathering. It proved one of the most enjoyable yet held in the district, and dancing was kept up till close on 4 a.m. A word of praise is due to Messrs Gordon and Waldron (the secretaries), for the way in which they carried out their duties.

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MAKAREWA., Southern Cross, Volume 15, Issue 13, 13 July 1907

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MAKAREWA. Southern Cross, Volume 15, Issue 13, 13 July 1907

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