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The Technical (ba/aar continues t-i ho well pan mi-cd. I lie entertainments, which. l>y rim way. are. five to patrons of the L’.i/.aar. are exom luma'lly veil patronised. Dining ysstevday uUer[tion's entertainment. the Musselburgh Poiiool Band cent ribmod select ions, and the students <>£ tl;*i dTlc.e anil .Miss Alice 'i'rainor provided ileum. Last, night the .Arthur Street School Band was in nttemlanec, and -me girl pupils from the sanm school gave a neat display of elub-saiiiging. Siep-d;uiciiig was .again a feat lire "f the programme. The Highland ;i,na wv-iuted Ly Miss .M. Lockhart. an lush, jig by Muriel and Audrey Eager, and N’olvish dunce by Master Robert sun ••v.ikcd warm appreciatlor. Mbs Doris Duekwm. tb gave ‘ The Rendezvous’ rat her uii-iy. and Miss Hazel Vivian contributed -\ irritation which pained for her hearty applause. The High (Street School Choir gave, n complete entertainment in its?!i, and s>uprise.! the audience by tho effleiener of its performance, .»hicb was given without- accompaniment. Sales progresses] as usual, and displays mere given, but the crowded suite of the building prevented ;n iniuh being dune as the attendance warranted : it has, timefore, been decided to continue the on .Monday and Tuesday, when new pr„. grammes will In’, prundc ! a;id other innovations introduced. To-night’s progianmi-;- is a. particularly mtractive one, and is sine to l v . favored with, good patronage.

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TECHNICAL COLLEGE BAZAAR, Issue 15638, 31 October 1914

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TECHNICAL COLLEGE BAZAAR Issue 15638, 31 October 1914

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