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CAMBRIDGE.

The Borough Assessment Court eat on Tuesday, when the valuations were all sustained. There were three objections, all by Messrs Souter and Co. A somewhat unique entertainment was held in the Alexandra Hall, Cambridge, on Wednesday evening, when a "garden party" was given in aid of the Trust Fund of St. Paul's Methodist Church. The hair was handsomely decorated. Games of various kinds were arranged down the sides of the hall, and for' parlour croquet there were several competitions, the winners being the Misses Tring and' Hacky, Messrs. Wattle. Fisher, and Arthur Vosper. A very bountiful supper was supplied, the committee having charge o fthe' commissariat department being Mesdanies Edmonds. C. Roberts A. W. Oane, and Reid; and their assistants were Misses Roberts, Flsner, Clark, and Al- ,- will. The promoters of the scheme were Mesdames E. Veale, H. L. Ninon, and Miss Veale, and they were assisted In the decorating by Mrs. Shepherd, Miss Daisy Roberts, Miss Louie McNeish, and Mr. Jones. Selections were played by the Cambridge orchestra, and concerted vocal music by Madame Isherwood's itlfe class. Vocal solos were contributed by the Misses Butler, Allwill and Mr. X.' Court, and Mr. F. Beck played a cornet solo. The attendance was large, and the funds of the chnrcb, mast hate receive*•β-goda addition. " | « ;v '~

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CAMBRIDGE. Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 79, 2 April 1909

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