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SMOKE SOCIAL. .
A well-attended smoke social in connec tion -with the North Adelaide Cycling and Automobile Clubs was held at tbe ciub nvmiD nn AfnnHnv ovenintr. Mr. J. Pan
nicker presided. The Uhainnan, alter re ferring to the good relations which exist ed between the two clubs, proposed tbe loval toast. iMr. T. P. O'Grady submitted 'the North Adelaide Club,' to which Sir. J. Hammer responded; and- Mr. F. S. Toma proposed 'The Automobile Club,'' which was acknowledged by the secretary (Mr. R. ?J. Hancock). The toasts were interspersed with vocal and instrumental items, as fol low.— Overture, Mr. \V. Thomas; banjo trio. Messrs. W. Sinnett, J. Bullock, and H. Bickford; cornet duet, Messrs. A. Tap lin and D. W. Hendrickson; humorous re citals, Mr. M. Ralph; quartet, Messrs. H. Prime, H. Farrell, and V. G. and F. M. Lyons; songs, Messrs. C. James, H. Prime, A. James, and J. Swanson. Messrs. \V. Thomas and A. and C. James played the accompaniments. The certificates won in the Automobile Club's hillelimbing contest
in December and the certificates, ribbons, and badges won in the Easter reliability trials were presented to the successful competitors, aa follow:— Drs. O. Reissmann, H. Carr, and P. Crank and Messrs. S. A. Cheney, A. D. Tyler, V. Lewis, T. P. CVGrady, E. S. Rymill, R. A. Duncan, T. A. Chandler, A E Avers. A. L. G. y,l-ingj N. Jackson, and H. J. Adamson.