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ST. LEONARDS SCHOOL BAZAAR.

For some, considerable time preparations have been in hand for holding a bazaar and sale of work in aid of the improvement fund of the St, Leonards School, and this was formally opened last evening. Mr Allen, M.H.R., in a neat aud appropriate little speech, declared the bazaar opened for business, and as the Ladies’ Committee had spared no efforts in supplying the various stalls with wares both useful and attractive the visitors lost no time in getting to work to secure their bargains. From the general appearance of things we should conclude that the object the Committee has in view will be considerably advanced. During the evening songs were contributed by Mrs Hawcridge, Misses Platts aud Palmer, and Messrs Ross and Southwick. Miss Jessie Gray danced a Spanish dance in character, and Miss Aston provided the accompaniments. The programme was fully appreciated by the visitors, and tho Committee are to be congratulated on the success of their undertaking. The bazaar will be open again to-night, when, besides a vocal programme, a series of limelight views will be exhibited.

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ST. LEONARDS SCHOOL BAZAAR., Issue 10416, 10 September 1897

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ST. LEONARDS SCHOOL BAZAAR. Issue 10416, 10 September 1897

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