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MRS BLIGH'S PUPILS

In the Victoria Hall this afternoon Hr; R. 7T Bligh's pupils celebrated tbo close of the dancing eoason with an interesting programme, tin* first part of which consisted of physical exorcises and other work. Thi-. included skipping, class work, stops around the loom, flag march (juniors!, Welch dance by four girls, and ball excreifes (senior?!. Part 2 of the programme was particularly interesting. It was described as a pageant of the seasons. Tho four seasons were each represented by four of the. pupils, and in addition there were- Queen of the Flowers, Two Attendants, Spirit of Spring, Old Year, and Ne.w Year. The effect was very striking, end elicited warm commendation from the onlookers. The programme concluded with round dancing. During the interval a collection was taken on behalf of the Belgian fund, and the response- was gratifying.

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MRS BLIGH'S PUPILS, Issue 15644, 7 November 1914

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MRS BLIGH'S PUPILS Issue 15644, 7 November 1914

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