Canterbury Caledonian Society :Canterbury Caledonian Society St Andrew's supper, Nov 30, 1889. Toast list. D McLennan, litho. Whitcombe & Tombs Limited, 14618. 1889.
Reference Number: Eph-C-ASSOCIATION-C-1889
Shows a bearded Scotsman wearing a kilted. He stands with a foot on a chair and the other foot on a table, with his glass raised, proposeing a toast. At the right is a list of toasts and those proposing them, and the performers of items of entertainment. These include: Brevet-Col. Lean, Captain Anderson (Sydenham Rifles), Hon J T Peacock, Dr Thomas, Mr W Thomson, Mr J Anderson jnr, Mr J S Williams, Mr P Johnson, Mr John Matson, Mr William Boag, Dr Tomas, Mr Alex Ferguson, Dr Turnbull, Mr Hockley, Mr James Martin, Mr Struthers, Mr Connal, Mr Richardson.
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Canterbury Caledonian Society :Canterbury Caledonian Society St Andrew's supper, Nov 30, 1889. Toast list. D McLennan, litho. Whitcombe & Tombs Limited, 14618. 1889., Reference Number Eph-C-ASSOCIATION-C-1889 (1 digitised items)
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