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A private complimentary social was given by her young lady friends to Miss Metzger on Tuesday night, when there was a very large number of la.dies and gentlemen assembled in the drill hall. A very enjoyable evening was spent. Musical items were rendered by Misses Metzger. WackLl, and Mrs Mackey, and Messrs Nichol and Stewart. Captain Forbes and several of the officers from the K.M..S. Turakina were amongst the guests, and were charmed by the youth and beauty of the Bluff. Mr Grant, assisted by Mr Big-wood and Delaney, formed a very efficient orchestra, and the good music, with a perfect floor, made dancing- a real pleasure. ■ r i”

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SOCIAL., Southern Cross, Volume 15, Issue 22, 14 September 1907

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SOCIAL. Southern Cross, Volume 15, Issue 22, 14 September 1907

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