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SOCIAL GATHERINGS.

A successful concert was held in the Russell street Mission Hall last evening in aid of the funds of the newly-formed Carlton Cricket Club. There was a large and enthusiastic audience, the hall being crowded. Mr W. Barrow occupied the chair. The performers were Miss M’Gregor, Miss Hoskins, Miss Wilson, Miss Pitcher, Miss Stewart, and Messrs Popham, Telfer, Dee, Cormack, Deaker, Sheridan, M’Connell, Dilligan, Treston, Kindley, Stokes, Crichton, and Pitcher, and Master D. Telfer. The accompaniments were efficiently played by Miss M’Gregor and Mr Fred Stokes.

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SOCIAL GATHERINGS., Issue 10439, 7 October 1897

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SOCIAL GATHERINGS. Issue 10439, 7 October 1897

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