SALES OF WORK.
A sale of work, under the auspices of the Pioneer of Dunedin Lodge, No. 2,1.0.G.T.. is to be held in the Choral Hall this evening, and will be opened by l!ro. J. W. Parkinson, the District DeputyGrand Chief Templar, at eight o'elOck. There are to be four main stalls for the sale of work, flowers, and refreshments, and in addition there will be the usual Christinas tree, shooting gallery, battery, and other contrivances for "raising the wind" incidental to such undertakings. The hall is being tastefully decorated, and should present a' picturesque appearance. During the evening a musical programme is to be gone through, the Hutton family orchestra, amongst others, taking part._ There is also to be the additional attraction of a vcntriloquial exhibition by the popular entertainer, Mr George Dickie. As the sale of work is for a deserving object it Bhould receive liberal patronage, not from the Good Templars only, but also from the general public. The annual sale of work in aid of the Ladies' Guild of St. Martin's Church was opened in the Public Hall, North-east Valley this afternoon. The various stalls ara well provided with useful articles, and good business was done throughout thß day, The young ladies of the choir and Sunday school have charge of thelolly stall, while the other stalls aro presided over by the following ladies : Ladles' Guild stall—Mesdames Goble (president), Harvey, Austin, Towsey, Tirrell. Produce stall— Mesdames Richards, Latter, Milward, Moore. Refreshment stall-Mesdaine3 Brldgmond and Fisher. Christmas tree, Mrs Seager, assisted by the young ladies of the church. A kinderspiel, entitled ' Don Quixote,' by fifty children, trained by Mrs Strain, will be given to-night; while variety concert will be given by Mr Towsey tomorrow evening.
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SALES OF WORK., Evening Star, Issue 10443, 12 October 1897
SALES OF WORK. Evening Star, Issue 10443, 12 October 1897
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