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PIGEON BAY

OHILDRENB , XMAS T&EE

On Saturday evening last a most guooessful function was held in con neokioß with the Pigeon Bay Presby terian Saadsy School. There was a

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large attendance of parents of the children, the schoolroom being* filled.

The Revs JW Haywardand Patterson were present Over £7 was left above the expenses after 65 gifts had been donated to the children, and the children asked that it be given to the Patriotic Fund in favour of the No. 1

Queen, Miss Bruce. The gift Iβ from all the children in the bay and not from the Sunday School children alone.

A most successful concert was held, including two recitations from Rev Patterson which were much appreciated. Much credit is due to Mm Walker, who trained the obileren.

The following ia the programme : — I—Bute Britannia. 2 -Are We Down Hearted. S —La Marseillaise 4—Russian National Anthem s—Bong, Mra Kingborn 6—Piano Solo. Miss Goodwin 7-Tip Toe Song B—Flute Solo, Mr Hay ward 9 — Song, Mrs Daviea 10—Kentucky Babe 11—Song, Mrs Kingborn 12—8ong, Mr Wykfcs 13—Song, Mrs Daviea 14—Japanese Bong 15—Japanese Solo 16—Japanese Dance 17—Song. Mr Wykes , 18—Christmas Tree and Carol Hymn

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PIGEON BAY, Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3506, 21 December 1915

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PIGEON BAY Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXV, Issue 3506, 21 December 1915

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