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CHORLTON.

A Concert organised by Miss Diamond of Chorlton school, was held on Monday, October 25th. The attendance) of local residents was not up to expectations), but the Bum of £9 12s 6d was netted after all expenses bad been paid After the concert items were finished, flowers were sold and various things were raffled and auo tioned. "Little Miss Muffets," spider bringing in £1 14s. The amount of tbs whole evenings taking was sent direct to "the Bed Cross Branch in Christchurch. Miss Diamond and her pupils went to no little trouble to make the evening a success, and the characters were well got up. The following are the items:—

Pantocrine: —"Mother Hubbard " Characters —Mother Hubbard, Katie Ratter; Bo peep: Jean Aitchison; Red Biding Hood, Linda Waghorn; Cinderella, Lizzie Craw, Curly Looks Thelma Craw; Mary Quite Contrary, Kathleen Craw; Polly Flinders, Natalie Nixon, Margery Daw, Avice Barkle; Golden Hair, Ethel Bodgers, Jill, Vera Heath, Mies Muffet; Joyoe McHale; Goody Two Shoes, Iris Wag horn; Dick Whittington, Jack Craw; Tom, the Piper'a Son, Tom Craw; Jack the Giant Killer, Bert Wagfaorn, Jack Homer, Huia Heath; Simple Simon, Clifford Priest; Humpty Dumpty, Kenneth Priest. Alladin, Boland Wagborn; Boy Blue. Eric Bodgers; Georgia Porgie; George Craw, "Fairy Twinn Sister"—scene 1, Id the Woods; sene 2, The Dame's 8chool; soene 8, In the Woods. This was well acted by the school girls. Song, "Where are the Fames," Mre H. McHale; recitation, selected, Mrs Aifccbison, "song, Little Bo Peep," School Girls; patriotic song, Mr Viotor Craw; song, "Grow, Little mush room, Grow," Miss Nixon, reoitation, "Birthday Blunders," Miss J Aitohi son, song. "Cherry Blossom Time," School Girls; sketch—"The Magic Well," scene ], In the Forest; scene 2, By the Well; scene 3, The Boyat Kitchen.

This was a vary attractive item, and caused muoh amusement;. song, "Rule Brittania," Mrs H. MoHale. God Save The King.

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CHORLTON., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3506, 21 December 1915

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CHORLTON. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3506, 21 December 1915

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