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ST. JOSEPH'S BAZAAR.

There was another good attendance at the Town Hail last night. The lirst part of the programme was arranged by Miss Phyllis M'Mlllan. Margaret Madden and Errol Wood danced an Irish duo, Adeline Bumetto a sklp-plng-ropo danco. Margaret Oates a Dutch clog, Margaret Madden a beggar song and Marjorle Banner, Florence Fislicr. Ollvo Anderson, and Elsie Johnson an Irish reel. The second part was a calcsthnili- and club-s\viii"iir' display by the pupils of Captain .T A Hurry" To-night the programme will be provided by thu Hucklo Street Convent c-hildrcu. and by the I Bazaar Troubadours and Tlerrots. The posi|tion of the Queen candidates Is as followsMiss Margaret Madden (Western Stall), 18,420; Miss, Anita, Fary. (Central Stall), 9600: Miss Patricia-Jansen (Eastern Stall), 3156.

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ST. JOSEPH'S BAZAAR., Evening Post, Volume CVIII, Issue 80, 1 October 1929

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ST. JOSEPH'S BAZAAR. Evening Post, Volume CVIII, Issue 80, 1 October 1929

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