IN' THi; XEW HOSTEL. The above sale of work was opened today tVir tlie purpose of raising a fund tor the completion of the hostel. The various rooms in the building were laid out in stalls In the Oriental room were _ the Island stall, consisting of baskets irom Samoa, fancy articles made by the. Filipinos, and antimony ware from Japan. The loco Stall displayed for sale luce from China and India, some of it made by tho niissionarv workers. The art stall and fancy work stall occupied another loom. The'former contained reproductions from famous paintings, carvings from Switzerland, etc. Other stalls were, sweets, kitchen, produce, plain work, llowor, hostel sfall, and refreshment, stall. It was said hy the president that such a unique collection of useful articles has^ never hem ottered for sale iu Dunedin. (he folio,ting is a list of the stallholders: (Misses Wilson and Wilkinson, Island stall; -Misses Dunlop. Hooper, and Stewart. art stall; Misses Little and Callander, fauev work stall, ML* Hazlelt_ and. helpers, sweets stall ; Mrs L. hook, kitchen stall; Mesdames Harr ami Low. produce atoll- Mrs W. Adams and Cooke. pimu work -stall; Miss White and hostel girls, hostel stall. | Tho bazaar will bo open this evening and to-morrow.
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Y.W.C.A. BAZAAR, Evening Star, Issue 15629, 21 October 1914
Y.W.C.A. BAZAAR Evening Star, Issue 15629, 21 October 1914
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