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The Pamphlet Collection of Sir Robert Stout: Volume 32



January 1.—Seventh Annual Gathering Caledonian Society. First number of Evangelist monthly magazine issued.

January 3.—First Sunday. Heavy Gale and Floods.

January 10.—Volunteer Encampment, North Recreation Grounds: Total number, 255.

January 15.—Fourth Show Otago Agricultural and Pastoral Society.

January 21.—Waikouaiti and Shag Valley Show.

January 25.—Burns' Anniversary: Dinners at Wain's and Robert Burns' Hotels.

February 3.—Bishop Jenner arrived in Dunedin.

February 12.—Inter-Provincial Cricket Match: Canterbury v, Otago. Opening of Fine Arts' Exhibition. M.H.R., Roslyn: Driver, 217; (Allan, 89.)

March 1.—Twenty-second Session Prov. Council, Southland.

March 5.—M.H.R., Dunedin: Birch, 577; (Grant, 179.)

March 16.—Mr. John Jones died.

March 19.—Horticultural Society's Show.

March 23.—Twenty-first Anniversary of Province.

March 26.—Tokomairiro Races.

April 6.—Volunteer Prize Firing at Green Island.

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April 7.—Diocesan Synod of Dunedin met.

April 8.—M.P.C., Oamaru: Ashcroft, 108; (Clendining, 8.)

April 22.—Twenty-fifth Session of Provincial Council.

April 23.—New Masonic Hall consecrated.

April 26.—H.R.H. Duke of Edinburgh arrived.

April 27.—M.H.R., Waikouaiti: F. D. Rich. "Mindora" arrived from London, with second shipment of salmon ova.

April 30.—Levée in Provincial Buildings. Caledonian Games.

May 11.—Testimonial to Mr. Vogel on leaving Province.

May 13.—M.P.C., Dunedin: Bell, 688; (Dodd, 396; Grant, 3.)

May 14.—M.H.R., Oamaru: Graham.

June 23.—M.H.R., Taieri: Howorth, 70; (Culling, 57; Murray, 53; Sibbald, 24; Rennie, 11; M'Indoe, 0.)

June 24.—Sharp Earthquake shock felt over Province.

July 3.—Meeting in favor of New Zealand Institute.

July 21.—Mayor of Dunedin: Birch, 568; (Fish, 514; Dodd, 74; Millar, 38.) Port Chalmers: Rolfe, 76; (O'Donoghue, 58.)

August 16.—S.S. "Maori" arrived from Melbourne.

August 17.—Twenty-third Session Prov. Council, Southland.

August 25.—Foundation Stone of Wesleyan Church, Stuart street.

September 10.—M.H.R., Wallace: Webster; (Brown.)

October 1.—First Anniversary of reorganised Fire Brigade.

October 21.—New Zealand Distillery Co. commenced malting.

October 22.—Farewell Presentation to St. John Branigan.

November 10.—24th and last Sess. of Prov. Council, Southland.

November 10.—Foresters' Fete at Caledonian Grounds.

November 11.—Sixth Show Oamaru Agricultural and Pastoral Society.

November 12.—Foundation Stone of Athenæum laid. City Police Court opened.

November 13.—Arrival of Maori Prisoners.

December 2.—Inter-Provincial Cricket Match. Annual Show Tokomairiro Farmers' Club.

December 8.—Twenty-sixth (Special) Session of Provincial Council.

December 15.—T. Paterson, Railway Engineer, drowned at Kakanui.

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December 18.—J. M. Balfour, Marine Engineer, drowned off Timaru. Horticultural Show.

December 31.—Volunteer Artillery Ball in new Post Office.