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ANNUAL CONCERT. St. Paul's, Schoolroom was crowded lust night, when tho annual concert given by the children attending the schools connected with the Diocesan Sunday School Union took place. The proceeds of the concert will be devoted to providing prizes for the .successful competitors in the examinations to be conducted in the various echool.s in the- union on the last. Sunday in the present month. Tho. Rev. W. 11. Roberts (vicar at St. Martin's Churi-h, North-oast Yallev) and the Rev. A. C. H. Button (assistant curate at St. Paul's Cathedral) havo been ap|>oiiitcd examiners for this vear bv the committee. The Rev. Mr' K-obeft.i stated last evening that a very good work was being carried on by the union. Tho comjietitors wore ranged in five Gtradc*, and included seholaifi ranging from 8 years of age to 16 years and upwards. The children provided an excellent entertainment. The opening number was a piano duet. ('Fan Dance') by Misses Gladys Wilkins and Ksmo Harrison (>:.. Tho balance of the first part of the evening was* taken up by a pierrot entertainment by about 20 boy's and g'rl.s from St. Mary's Sunday .School. The children were dressed in white costumes with scarlet, facings, and the bright ma.nner in which they wont through a fairly lengthy programme of choruses, citations and dances reflected great, credit on them. a« well as on Miss Winnie Martin (who trained and directed the children!. The items in the second part 'vcro ;;s follow : —(horns, 'Cherry Bipc.' by a hoys' choir from the Church of the TTolv Cross, St. Kilda ; comedietta. ' ThTan'-!".' bv Misses K. Chevne. V., and V. M'f'onoclii". M. Harrison, and (I'ere lu.'.'pen fst. Luke's, Moscieii : reiiti'lmi, ' Admirals All.' by Miss Laura Turner (St. MarkV. Green Island); two dancing songs by 12 buys and girls from All Saint 1 ;' Sunday School; son:;, 'Rendezvous.' Miss lif-ris Duckworth ("St. Marlin'si: ivcitstion, 'The Slave's Miss Rosic Moore (St. Kild-i; : rcriui. tion. scholars from St, John's Sunday School. Roslyn : son!.'. ' The Minrdre] Boy.' Master Fred Canter f.-t. Paul's; ; piano solo. Master Carth Slonoham l Holy Cross, Kilda).

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SUNDAY SCHOOL UNION, Issue 15653, 18 November 1914

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SUNDAY SCHOOL UNION Issue 15653, 18 November 1914

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