GOOD BUSINESS DONE
The business done at the “house-wann-ing" sale at the Y.W.C.A. yesterday afternoon and evening fairly exceeded all anticipations. the stallholders being kept, busy supplying the demands of the large attendances. The sale was held in Braeinar House, which until lately was used as a <nrls’ boarding-house, and was purchased bv’ the directors of the Y.W.C.A., and many of those present took advantage ot the opportunity to look over the building. The association officially took over the new building this week, and are holding the sale not onlv as » formal opening, but also to assist in‘raising the sum of £I,OOO, which is required in order thoroughly to renovate and furnish the new premises and to effect some additions and alterations. , ~ . , Although so many of The unique and pretty articles with which tho stalls were laden were sold, there is still a large number ready for those who feel inclined to purchase, and tnus help the association to extend the sphere of its usefulness. If tho attendance to-night is as large as yesterday, the stallholders will have every reason to be pleased with the success of their efforts. Those in charge of the Oriental_ stall are Mesdames 'Wilson and Wilkinson. Misses Chisholm and W. Adams assisted ai the produce stall, and Miss Morriton is in charge of the flowers on tho girls’ stall.
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Y.W.C.A. BAZAAR, Evening Star, Issue 15630, 22 October 1914
Y.W.C.A. BAZAAR Evening Star, Issue 15630, 22 October 1914
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