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SALES OF WORK

FIRST CHURCH. A sale of work for the purpose of raising funds to meet the expenses incurred in the repairing of the .stccpl-3 of the First Church nnd other necessary works in connection with the church was opened in Burns Hall yesterday afternoon by the Rev. Graham Balfour, who said they recognised that at- the present time (.alls were many, but the work was done before the outbreak of the war, and was absolutely necessary. They their aeeponsibilities in keeping First Church in good repair, because it was an honor to the congregation and an asset to the City. They were not aiming at a very large sum, but they hoped to realise enough to meet the necessary outlay. What had interested him very much *iuce coming to First Church was the -great generosity of the people, and that applied to what they did for the church and for people outside, the congregation. Many were indebted to the congregation for accommodation, lighting, and heating, which they got absolutely free. They were giad to bo able to help others, and", of course, it was their business to maintain their own work. For some time the ladies had worked most heartily and harmoniously in this effort, and tho result was that a varied assortment of good.? had been got together, 3nd they believed that purchasers would be well rewarded. A unique feature of the rale was the birthday quotation book, which had been compiled for the occasion. In it there were somo 400 quotations, contributed by people of the church throughout New Zealand, as well as Australia. This book was exceedingly well got up, and should bo a- very interesting memento.

The sale is a very attractive and wellarranzed one, and all the stalls are laden with an abundant supply of goods, both useful and ornamental. The ladies and gentlemen in charge are most energetic in their efforts to dispose of the articles, and doubtless their efforts will bo rewarded, as they deserve, by a. ready pale.

The sale is to be continued this afternoon and evening. The following aro the flails and stallholders : Produce Stall.—Mesdames Jae. Gray, and Speight and assistants. Work ' Stall.— Mesdames W. .Scott, J. Scott, and assistants Fancy Stall.—Mesdames Balfour and Peter Dick and assistant*. Flower Stal'.—Messrs D. Tannock and J. M'Creorge. Refreshments. —Mesdames G. Gray, Miss Allen, and assistants. Sweets.—Miss M. Ramsay.

Christmas Tree.—Mesdames E. Cameron and A. M. Ross. Tovs.—Miss G. Thomson.

Competitions —Misses Melville and Per min and assistants.

Congregational and Choir Stall.—Mrs J. L Salmond and assistants.

The various competitions resulted as follow : —Cocoanut ice—Mis* Rita M'Farlane 1, Miss M. Watson 2, Miss Annie Brown 3; Turkish delieht—Miss J. Nicolson 1, Miss D. Churchill 2: almond ioffer—Miss Rita M'Farlane 1. Miss Molly Allan 2; fudee—Miss K. Glendinkig 1; butterscotch —Mrs William Scott 1; three kinds toffee —Miss Molly Allan 1; three kinds sircets —Miss Molly Allan 1 ; girdle scones —Miss N. A. Finlnysnn 1, Mrs P. G. Dick 2, Miss Mary Ta-vlor 3; oven scones—Mies M. Allan 1, Miss Marv Finlavson 2, Mrs R. Crawford 3. Miss M. M'Drmnld h.c ; pikelets—Mrs Morrison 1, Miss Finlayeon 2, Mrs P. G. Dick 3 ; shortbread— Mirs Janet M'Phersan 1. Miss J. Melville 2, Mrs T. Scott 3, Miss Bepg h.c. ; sponge sandwich (without butter)— Mips Masnie Paterson 1. Miss Ada Srot.t 2, Mrs Fraser 3, Mrs E. Sunderland v.h.c. ; sponzc sandwich (with butter)— Mrs E. Sunderland 1, Mrs Geonrc Gr-*v 2, Mrs Mollison 5; gingerbread— Miss- ITolliek 1, Miss D. Churchill 2. Mrs W. Scott 3; pound .Take—Mrs R. Crawford 1. Mre J. Gordon 2; one pair knitted soy—Mrs Pormin 1, Mrs Melville 2 : test collection of dc-yleys—Miss Glendini.ng 1 ; daintiest table cover—Miss Lawsorn 1, special prizes to Misses J. Melville and J. K. Brown ; daintiest piece of neckwear—Mr? GUndining 1: daintiest pincushion—Miss Lnwson 1, Mrs P. G. Dirk 2; cushion worked in colors—Miss L. Lawson 1, Mis? Melville 2; best-drcsscd doll—Miss A. Rrid ; best, article from material costing 6d—Mifs C. E. Glendininz; beet- article from material roslina Is—Mj'sf C. E. Glendining 1, Miss L. Melville 2 ; beet decorated howl—Mrs M-Donald I, .\fiss Dick 2; best decorated vase—Miss Allan 1. Mrs Munro 2, Mies L. Holmes h.c. ; b*:st decorated vase (<Tcntlcmen) —Mr .J. Mehin 1, Mr E. Sunderland 2; best buttonhole — Miss Elsie Cronihie I. Mr J. Dagger 2 ; pot of native ferns—Miss Begg 1, Miss L. Melville 2; cocoanut ice (rwulor 16) — James M'Farlane 1, Isa Macadam 2. The b-izaar will be open again this evening. SOUTH DUNEDIN. Yesterdav afternoon Hi; Worship the Mayor of St. KiJda (Mr W. T. M'Farlane) opened tho summer festival and sale of work at Reid Hall, South Dun-din. Mr M'Farlane said that the festival ■.<■-•..-. in aid of the .South Dun"djn I : jvscjy: cr.r.'i Church and manse improvement fund, .-.ml ho trusted the response would be a liberal one. The Rev. R. Fairmaid, after oftVriirj; a prayer and calling upon those present to sing the National Anthem, made reference to tho progress of the church, and to the splendid work of the ladies. The hall was fit led with (-ever,*] stocked stalls, af which tin- Indies were already busy. The principal stall-holders were as follows: —Produce stall: Young Men's Bible Class (Messrs R. N. Merre,and j. Kenton in charge): refreshment room—Mrs W. Ritchie, Mrs R. Ross, and Miss Monzies; fancy stall—Mrs J. M. Heaney and Mrs P. G. Stewart; sweetci stall, Young Women's Bible Class: flower stall—Messrs J. M'Aslin, J. Nelson, 1). Baxter, L. M'Call; guild stall No. 1— Mesdames Aitken, Fairmaid, Bowman, G. Brown, Leith, and Misses Anderson and Sanderson; guild stall No. 2—Mesdames Black. M'Kiiinon, Baxter; Christmas tree, Mrs C. N. M'Donald and Miss M'Ewan; ye olde village pump, senior Sunday school boys. As additional attractions there were the shooting gallery, football kicking, nail driving, and bed-making competitions. The cake and sweets-making competitions resulted as follows : —Sponge sandwich, Mrs Ross; shorthread, Mrs M'Galium; pikelets. Mrs Olsen; girdle scones, Mrs M'Donald; oven scones, Mrs Olsen; sweets, Mr H. Lu scorn be. Last, night the hall was crowded, and enthusiasm characterised the proceedings. The programme supplied by the Vivian children was excellent, and delighted everybody. Mise Gladys Stoneham played the accompaniments. The Musselburgh School Fife and Drum Bar.d, under the leadership of Mr W. T. 0. Kaye, rendered several splemdid items outside and inside the hall. The takings for the dav exceeded £SO. The festival will be continued this evening and to-morrow. LACK OF ENERGY. If you lack energy, don't relish your food, feel dull and constipated, all you need is a dose of Chamberlain's Tablets. They will make you feel like a new man, and give you a healthy appetite. They will do you mox-e good than a Es bottle of tonic.-|-{Advt'.] Chamberlain's Tablets are easier and more pleasant to take than pills, and their effect is so gentle and bo agreeable that one hardly realises that it is produced by a medicine. They always improve the appetite and aid digestiQn.-r£AdvtJ

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SALES OF WORK, Evening Star, Issue 15642, 5 November 1914

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SALES OF WORK Evening Star, Issue 15642, 5 November 1914

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