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GARDEN FETE SOCIETY

Mr J. "Ronnie presided over a meeting of fiio Citizens' Garden Fete .Society executive yesterday afternoon. It. m.s reported that arrangements were well in hand for refreshment tent.s. sweets stall, side, shows, prist olfioc, and tliat tlic Mornington Pierrots ,and Die Duncdin Orphans' Club would perform afternoon and evening. Tt was decided that the srlinol children taking part in the displays should march from Manse stret to Frederick street about 1 o'clock, and that there be a parade of the, competitors in the fancy dress and deenrativo events in the < .'nrdrns. 'Die secretary was lnsi'rueted to write to liis Worship the Mayor asking him to proclaim a public half-holiday on the day ot the fete. The .Mayor and Mr J. IT. Walker wore appointed adjudicators in any dispute which may arise- in connection" with the various competitions. Ke-olvod that, the 'Evening Star' Company he tlnnked for consenting to place a notice oi 'the fete, on their hoanliivi to-

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GARDEN FETE SOCIETY, Evening Star, Issue 15671, 9 December 1914

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GARDEN FETE SOCIETY Evening Star, Issue 15671, 9 December 1914

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