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A spinster who evidently enjoyed herself, sends us the following- account of the hall ;—The bachelors’ ball was a record one. About 110 couples, hailing- from all directions-, took part, in the grand march, whic-h was led off by Miss Ramage and Mr F. Boyle (secretary). The ladies all looked charming in their beautiful dresses of voile, silk, etc., that it would be unfair to particularise. Banting- was indulged in until about 4 a.m., and all agree that it g'was one of the most enjoyable functions ever held in the district. The catering was in the capable hands of Mr Kingsland. The Egan Bros, discoursed capital music, and Mr Tomlinson very efficiently discharged’ the duties of AI.O, Air Eindsa,-« r delighted the audience with two songs, “Hear the Pipei - s Calling’’ and “ The A'a-Uey Where the Blue Bird Sings. He also g’ a sword dance. The bachelors are to be congratulated on the excellent management displayed.

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HEDDON BUSH., Southern Cross, Volume 15, Issue 28, 2 November 1907

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HEDDON BUSH. Southern Cross, Volume 15, Issue 28, 2 November 1907

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