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LABOR BAY ART UNION.

The prizes in connection with the Labor Day art union were drawn for in the City Hall this afternoon in the presence of a largo number of people. Mr John H. Carter presided over the drawing, and. the members of the Art Union Committee also occupied seats on the platform Misses Lily Crolly (of Castle street) and Jeannie Rutherford (of Cumberland street) were deputed by the audiencer to draw the numbers and the prizes, and, Messrs Frank Foster and D Maopherson were put in charge of the two wheels of fortune, in one of which were placed the'numbers of the prizes and in the other the tickets in the art nmoni The work was commenced at two o clock,- and by tenjminutes past three the last prize was declared. The arrangements were simple and perfect, each prize with the winning number being clearly announced to the audience. The first prize of a picture and £IOO went to Mrs Jopp, of Arrowtown, the lucky number;being7,o4s. The second prize of a picture and 1 £SO was won by number 16.081 , -.fir Scott, of-Athol, -won-the No. 10,700,' whilst No:-' 19.008 :W<m the lady’s bicycle. The full list of prizes will be found in our advertising columns*

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LABOR BAY ART UNION., Issue 10452, 23 October 1897

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LABOR BAY ART UNION. Issue 10452, 23 October 1897

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