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Mr J. Renin* presided over a meeting of the executive of the Citizens' Garden Fete Society held hist evening, and which was also attended by Messrs A. M'Millan, 1. Green, A. Bathgate, G. A. Wvcherley. D. Tnmiock, D. 11. Thornsoil, J. Wilson. H. Harris, T. Cole, J. J. Clark, and Father Coffey. It was decided that efforts should bo made to obtain as donations from private citizens the necessary stock for the sweets stall. -It was reported that tha Dunedin Orphans' Club had been approached ■with a view to securing the assistance of some of their members on the day of the fete The Chairman expressed the hope that tho olub would see its way to hwp. Mr S. Solomon wrote'regretting his inability to accept office on the comroittß6,"and"JMr.'W- Eudey was appointed to fill the vacancy. Permission was received from the Minister of Internal Affairs to disposo of gold Tiuggets by means of an art union.

The Head Master of the George Street School wrote expressing his willingness to assist in every way possible by providing squads from his school, also offering the services of the school band. v The Head Master or the Kaikorat School notified that his pupils would not , bo ablo to' assist this year. I The- Secretary reported that Messrs Sharp© Bros, had notified their willingness to donate 20 jars of cordials—- ' Accepted" with thanks. I The convener* of the various sections I reported that satisfactory progress is being made with all their arrange- . ments. . - >~ Numerous- -other •■ matter*- -oi~ uatail , were dealt with.

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GARDEN FETE SOCIETY, Issue 15656, 21 November 1914

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GARDEN FETE SOCIETY Issue 15656, 21 November 1914

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