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HALLOWEEN, Issue 15638, 31 October 1914
CELECFATidi) RY PYliNk CLUB. List xupciit the* tono-iimiarad fcs'-'ival ; f.i 1 fujiirw.•'-•!• was. (• in riyiit ;n-mi Mfijifin hy tiu- r.t thu i .-li-S'M‘l| I (nil. which V::> iiii. d lip* ; ti>'-ip.- h,v g Inrga ;11Te;n;,ii• Oi . 'i lie firiC • F«’t of tin- on lerrn :t; ment- onnsim - d ( ,f i iiiii'.ai! nn-.t \.mni it -nm of p id':'; mnnI dnC’i, ami t - 1 ' ■ ■ l tl >l l ; ic. ”t v. igmii’il in lialkiweVu i-nsunns. Jv< ib-- aitsv.ice or in-> prvsid.'ia of ton clod i ,'d r -ioltn i Rondo;.! dip V. ii. YTmm.n pm . ,ded. ’ Tl.t- Diitn d:i) Pip,- li;i:;,l •; .d| g nnm‘mr ol siininy sah .-td n; ; nn.; s:. !;■ thu >md! v a?i,.] aiu-rward.s i>;;-i.;i-.-:l ■.hi- |'io'■'idinys uiln sa.j a a i ; ap j , ,51 :: 1 r:,; - . f'-ia 'if. !’• ,M •Kw.;;i !v.bn i; pa-tfc pri-siii'-n lin 1 1 ;e ILirn:; ( itiii) <l--liver.'-cl . a iia'i-r i:n- ivstiny :n!f.in -s mi -(ini-lowc-Vm.’ Haioro (loirag so, i In* audii i.ia■. .a i-i- ri i'|iic-st. iTi-i- nini -.rig the '■diida’il .'.ntlunn. Mn Sk.iv, .'hit «-imi uni.ngd speakor) v. r.s i 1 n ' . t hen .i he fairies and witch. ;. nmU l .iatr rf-rcls. T'.it old wilr-lu-s 5 i rn s, in '.'-vor. .bad passed aunty, and hail pan;! tin ir revels am] cum opts with libeia. The Hums Club that night : v. re ;g„i.; . j.-) icvivt- 1 hone ran,,’in and bm.rg ;or a liru f tone tile days of i heir \ in,;n. Many old men and women ; j j-e.-.eiir. vai>ii!• 1 reinemijer rhe mn of J iadowe'au, ami the otv:-- . i v.nnld ii ;> b.ih to the scenes ,d iheir i Jiiidhoo-i. to the Ictpj'y ill. . i-i<* dime n! l:;;ig syne." lie ; nr.M not tntriidn-'-e i.iiv fairies in I iiein limb i nigiit. Inn he would later on mirc-lnce le, imm a real live spac-wile—-tin lighter t —who would no doubt ni- - lighten tliern on the mysteries oi the ■ • i u 11 ; re. ; Poo vs were aivc-ti by Miss Mabc-lii* :'-f)iniant G Border Ballad’ arid ‘Angus Macdonald ’) and M.r V-.. G. (d-mn.dl r Miiipiii i.ir the HigiiiaimF ’ and ,M.v gregors’ Gathering; "). and two nan. sung. (• Battle of Stirling’ a nr, ‘ ISI-uo-li. lis of Scotland ') were rendered by liie Burns Choir, under the_ direr:hut of .Mr J. Faierson. A violin _ solo (‘ Ciilloden ’) was contribnteo hv .'.ir 1,. Swan, a Highland dance hy Mrs hT-r» ’'! -Donald, and an instnimemr.l selci’i lion c Scottish Airs’) hy Mr -1. M‘KinIn vN jja rt v. Altss .fc.isie C lit m: ’ ‘ ■ s aecompanist. All the peumi.-- . ipiilted themselves creditably. and viler" were keen demands i l ':’ a,a"-m-. ; Tin n inliowed an exhibition <>t tiid old St ol tish custoiiiS and r- v--!y of rrallowo'cn. - A . number of leiy-. -..hose hands were tied, ca-usod a good d.al of a;i-n.icmrnt in their attempts to catch J v iih their teeth aiifih’s set a flog I in a. .Mb of water. The feat could nop he : accomplished without many pic-, ions ; ia i; it pcs are! heduckiiigis. am; in-’ suci c.-ssful boys were warmly applauded. '('b-cv also 1 1 ad to attempt to bite apples : - us|, ( -rded tro:n a '' ire. avei _ t-‘> rzta i wcll-treaclcd loins iiangiug in l;ko ■ manner. Scottish dances were given. |by members ot the club, ami the i‘ ■ spaett ife created much amusement villi bier prognostications. -t comedt, iv, \\ liieh the principal paits were r,hived iw Zucssi’s Havlinsoii. Deaiter, I and C rerar. was botli deter and amus- ' ing. The- gathering concluded v :th tho i bicattv sin-ging ’ Anld L-.oig Sg.nc. • a-i. r’ which the young neojilc enioycd 1 theioM-ivt-s in dancing ujiti! aii---t nndi nigl A .
HALLOWEEN, Issue 15638, 31 October 1914
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