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SALE OF WORK

The sale of work which was opened in All Saints’ Schoolroom yesterday afternoon was continued last evening, when there, was a large attendance and the stallholders did good business. A comedy in one act, written by Mr C. 11. Allen, was given by Misses Ulrich, Allen, Fitzgerald, and Moore, and Messrs Donald son, Theomin. and Master bred Jones. The sale is to be open again this evening, when two little plays, ‘ The Reason Why ’ and “ Airs Gutheridge,' will be given. Following is a list of the stalls and stallholders : English Goods.—Mrs Long-ford and Airs G. Ritchie. Guild Stall.—Miss Howlison, Mrs Stubbs, and Airs Alacasscy. Variety Stall.—Airs Stanley Smith, Mrs Jones, and Airs Wilson, ’rod nee.. —-Miss Hapgitt. assisted by Mrs Royso, Airs Ulrich, and Mrs Graham. Junior Guild. —Airs Black, Airs Hud son, and Mrs Wallace, assisted by Mieses Graham, Ulrich, and Alacassey. Flower Stall. —Airs Sydney Alirams and Misses A 1 Iranis and helpers. Sweets Stall. —Alias Cara. Graham, assisted by Misses Bonham, Webster, and t niton. Refreshments Stall.—Mcsdames Peake. Wilkinson, Grey, and assistants. Ice Cream. —Airs Chapman, assisted by Arthur Shaw. ”■ ■ "ie. —Miss AI. Howlison and Mi D. Tait. ~ ~.,d. —Choir boys.

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SALE OF WORK, Issue 15666, 3 December 1914

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SALE OF WORK Issue 15666, 3 December 1914

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