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GAELIC SOCIETY

» The above society hfild their monthly meeting in the Ail Gallery last night, tliere being a good attendance. Tho Chiof (Mr Dngald M'Pherson) presided, supported on the platform by Chieftain Kenneth Cameron and ex-Chieftain T. W» Munro. Tho Chief stated that the commiiicc. had decided on holding a Coilidh on New Year's Eve, and true tod all those present would put tteir shoulders to the wheel to make it a complete success. Mi' C. W. Wilson, pipe-major of the Southland Pipe Band, was called to the platform. The pipe music was supplied hy Mr Alastair M'Donald, Mr Neil M'Don aid, .Mr M'Mil lan, and Mr John M'Lcan. Miss Lovo played tho accompaniment*, and the usual hour's dancing followed, and was heartily enjoyed by those present. Tho programme of the evening was as follows: —Songs: Dan Mafcheson, Gaelic song. 'O's thoil leum an Ciobair'; Miss Joan Duncan, 'Jessie's Dream' and 'Gain, Water'; Mr Kennedy, ' Och ho agus horo eile'; Miss Mary M'Donald ' Muilo nam mor Bheann' (encore, * Hi oro's na liors eilo'), also, 'An t' Eilean Muileach.' Selections on the pipes by Mr Neil M'Donald; Highland, reels danced by Miss Bobinson, Miss J. Riddle, Miss N. Frame, and Miss E. King; dance ' Seantreus' by Miss Bobinson; and a Highland fling by Master David Riddle.

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GAELIC SOCIETY, Issue 15665, 2 December 1914

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GAELIC SOCIETY Issue 15665, 2 December 1914

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