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A concert in aid of the building fund of the Scottish Regimental Association of New Zealand (The Jocks) was given by the Papakura Variety Entertainers in the Concert Chamber, Auckland Town Hall, last week. The concert party was assisted by Elton Black, Scottish comeclian. W. Lympus, and W. bt. Andrew's Pipe Band .led a preliminary parade from the C.P.O. and rendered an item during the evening. The hall was well filled, and the funds Should benefit by about £35. A collection for the "Limbies," for whom Mr. Greenlees, the organiser, and his party have already raised nearly £400, was taken up after "the show, realising £8 5/8, plus a cheque for £2 2/. In response to numerous requests, the association is already considering a repeat performance.

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FOR BUILDING FUND, Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 174, 25 July 1945

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FOR BUILDING FUND Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 174, 25 July 1945

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