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AMUSEMENTS.

The local brass band held a social and dance last Tuesday evening, for which the ladies of the port kindly supplied refreshments, and the band appreciate very much the kindness of the ladies. Though the night was rather warm for dancing, and the floor space fully occupied, it was quite evident, from the many sparkling eyes that everyone was thoroughly enjoying themselves. so that the musicians were severely taxed till 2 a.m. on the following morning. The music was supplied by Messrs Big-wood and Hansen (violins) and Delaney (piano), whilst Mr O. Cockroft kindly undertook the duties of M.(’. Other items during the evening were songs by Misses Parsons, Keinan, and A. Erasmussen. Messrs We hansen (of the s.s. Wha.katene), F. Hunter, and J. Finnerty ; a recitation by Messrs C. Hansen and W. Hinchey ; Miss White acted as accompanist. In connection with the social there was also held a Don Pedro card tournament, prizes for which were donated by Mrs J. McQuarrie, Messrs Weir, (’. Burfenshaw, and J, Woods, and the. winners of the tournament turned out to be Mr W. Dixon (Ist). Miss McLeod (2nd) and Mr S. Devil on (3rd).

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AMUSEMENTS., Southern Cross, Volume 15, Issue 28, 2 November 1907

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AMUSEMENTS. Southern Cross, Volume 15, Issue 28, 2 November 1907

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