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A mo't sucre.'-sfn! concert was. given in the Wnitati Hail hit-t wvek._ The .school children contributed the entire entertainment. Praise is due to Miss Hare (the Waitat.i school mimes;), who had trained the children admirably. Every item was well rcmJered. Tho children were- diess.d to represent gipsies and Japanese girl-, tuiu the decorations were excellent. The closing item was a sketch, at the end of which the niggers sang "It's a Long Way to 'i'ippcrary.' The chairman invited those who wished to help the Belgians to thrjw their coins on to the platform. The audi, ence responded to the appeal. .Mid over £1 was gathered, to which was added a dance held after the concert. The total (£1 15s s£d) is now in hand to add to the Belgian fund. During the evening the chairman announced that it was the jubilee ywr of the school.

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CONCERT AT WAITATI, Issue 15671, 9 December 1914

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CONCERT AT WAITATI Issue 15671, 9 December 1914

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