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KAPUKA.

A very successful concert and dance in connection with the local Literary’ and Debating Society’ took place on Wednesday evening l , 24th July. The programme consisted of songs by Misses Selby and Robertson, and Messrs W. Field, H. Crawford, A. Kerr, J . Kerr ; duets by the Misses Drake and Miss Selby and Mr Kerr ; and recitations by Messrs A. C. Toshach, Jas. McXaughton, and Mr A, McKillop : Mr A. Nicholson, contributed a reading. A very interesting competition was an elocutionary contest for two books donated by a member. Mr A. McKillop, of Invercargill, acted as judge. Mr D. Munroe was placed first and Mr H. Crawford second. Mr McKillop, whose verdict was well received, expressed himself as well-pleased with the talent displayed. At the dance, which followed, recitations were given by Miss McNaughton, of Greenhills, and Mr McKillop, both items being accorded hearty applause. Mr Crawford secured a good hearing with a well-rendered song. Mr Drake played the music for the dance.

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KAPUKA., Southern Cross, Volume 15, Issue 16, 3 August 1907

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KAPUKA. Southern Cross, Volume 15, Issue 16, 3 August 1907

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