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SHAKESPEARE CLUB

Miss O. B. Burton oceupied-tho chair at the Shakespeare Club's annual meeting. It was reported that the honorary membership of (he club numbers 190, nn increase of 13 upon ,that of the previous year, and that the balance-sheet showed a credit balance of £99, whilst the outstanding subscriptions (£24) were all considered good. The election of officers resulted: —President, MV Whitson; vice-presidents—Messrs Osborn and Otdlan, and Miss Burton; committee—Messrs Stephens. Brickeli, Fleming, and Mrs Wakened Holmes; auditor, Mr P. M'Neil; treasurer, Mr G. W. Carrington, Jun.; secretary, Mr E. A. Duncan; assislaul. secretary, Mr H. W. Hunter. It was decided that ' Othellc,' ' Much Ado Abo"t Nothing,' and 'King John,' in that order, be set down for study and public reading during the coming vear. It" was also decided that ' Henry VIII.' be read in public iu November in preference to ' King Lear.' Mention was mada of the fact ihat the committee had decided to donate the sum of £ls 15s out of lh& club's funds to tho patriotic fumr, and that the hen. treasurer had been instructed to forward ihe money without dc-

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SHAKESPEARE CLUB, Evening Star, Issue 15628, 20 October 1914

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SHAKESPEARE CLUB Evening Star, Issue 15628, 20 October 1914

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