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The display and entertainment at the near Technical Q-ollege in Stuart street continue lo be well patroi ised. The building is evidently a source of attraction to the general public, and there is tig reason why it should not Ikj so. Ail _ entertainments conducted in connection with the present display are fre-o, arid as a consocpicnce the iKempthoniO Had, both afternoon and evening, was crowded to the doors, same 400 people on each occasion being present. The programme given yesterday atte.rnoon was an attractive one. Tno George Street School Band rendered several selections in a pleasing manner, and tho college students also contributed, and Master iM-Konzb danced a Highland fling. In tho evening tho Forbury School Band were present, and gave efficient renderings of several popular items. Special mention should, however, be made of the perlonna nee of a fairies' dance by two little gills— E. Ingram and E. Horn—from tho Kensington School. Miss Alice Trainor also gave a Spanish dance in a manner which met with warm acceptance. The Albany Street School Choir also contributed .several items in a pleasing manner. The Or pharos’ Club, who had generously volunteered their assistance, proved a- great ‘'draw.” and were vociferously applauded. The articles made in tho manual department of the. ev.llogo and the practical work of tho envinrering department attracted considerable attention. Surprise was expressed by visitors at the vast scope of tho work. and. needless to say. the building also canto in for favorable comment. The stallholders did good business, and it is expected that during the next few days a considerable, quantity of the goods, which are made under strict supervision. will be disposed of. and the college benefit accordingly. The programme for this evening’s entertainment appears in another column, and will repay perusal.

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TECHNICAL COLLEGE BAZAAR, Issue 15637, 30 October 1914

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TECHNICAL COLLEGE BAZAAR Issue 15637, 30 October 1914

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