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Tinwald Wesleyan Band of Hope.

The closing meeting of the Tinwald Wesleyan Band of Hope was held m the Templar Hall on Wednesday, September 17th. There was a large attendance, about 150 being present. In the absence of the Rev. J. H. Gray, Mr Rees Williams presided. There wasja capital programme consisting of recitations by Misses Blanche and May Lewis, Annie Lowe, Charles Schneider and Sam Corrigan ; a dialogue by John Stalker, Harry Bradshaw, and Willi* Robinson ; one on "Strikes by John Lewis and George Culverhouse, and another, "A Bit of a Tiff," which caused great amusement, by Miss Annie Lewis, Masters Willie Culverhouse, Harry Begg, and Willie and Charlie Smith. Miss Bonnington rendered a solo very nicely, and the choir gave " Temperance Bells." At the close of the meeting the Chairman stated that it was the intention of the Choir to give a service of song m aid of the Band of Hope funds shortly, and that he hoped it would be attended as well as the Band of Hope meetings had been during the year.

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Tinwald Wesleyan Band of Hope., Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2524, 22 September 1890

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Tinwald Wesleyan Band of Hope. Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2524, 22 September 1890

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