GARDEN FETE SOCIETY
A meeting of tile executive of-the above society was held at tlie Empire Buildings last night, when there were present Messrs J. J. Clark (in tho chair), K A. Ans» combo, A. M'Millan, H. Harris, T. Soraerville, J. Wikon. B. Beimel], D. Taanock, J. W. Smtfh, W. Eudev, G. A. Lewin, G. A. Wycherley, J. Wood, and D. H. Thorneon. 1 Tho Patriotic and Welfare Association applied for an amount of £SO in connection with wt>rk done on the Oval.—Passed for payment. The Town Clerk wrote advising that permission had been granted to close the Garj dens on December 16, and to erect hoardings, etc.—Received. It -was resolved to request, the Post I Oflico authorities to arrange for a special poet office in tho grounds as usual; also that picture post cards bo sold there. Mr IL Harris wan appointed convener of this committee. The Schools' Committees 1 Association wrote that schools' committees had been recommended to close their schools on tho afternoon of tho fete. Tho Duncdin Orphans' Club wrote abating that they will be pleased to assist at tho fete.— Kef erred to the Entertainment Committee, It was reported that Messrs Benton and Haweridgo had agreed to judce the children's competitions.—lt was decided that post entry apply in tho case of these competitions, and that a "Guv Fawkes" competition be included. ( The principal of the Christian Brothers School advised that his boys would contribute a club-swinging a-nd a dumb-bell exhibition.
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GARDEN FETE SOCIETY, Evening Star, Issue 15665, 2 December 1914