SALE OF WORK.
THE bazaar arranged by the young men and women of St. Peter's Presbyterian Church, in aid of the church funds, was opened yesterday afternoon by Mr. W. H. Murray (Mayor of Grey Lynn). There was a large attendance both in the afternoon and evening, and all the stallholders reported good business. Following were the stallholders:— Fancy work: Misses P.. Jeffrey, J. MennJo, M. Smith, and Ashton. Plain work: Misses Doyle, Germann, J. Stewart, and White. Confectionery: N. Mennie. M. Bannatyne, L. vindlav T Menmc, and A. Smith. Tearoom: Misses M. Germann, M. Doyle, K. McLean. M. Kindlay. Kirby, and Boss. Flower stall: M. ivdldon, A. Moir, P. Parker, and A. Camphell Dolls and toys: M. Oowie, M. Stewart, and'A- Doyle. Provisions: A. Cowie and L. winks Jumble stall: Junior Bible classes. Shooting gallery: Messrs. Kerr. .Purchas, ™d Farley. Br.au tubs and various side shows. The bazaar will, be continued every afternoon and evening till Saturday. .Shoottog competitions are held every evening.
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SALE OF WORK., New Zealand Herald, Volume XLVIII, Issue 14815, 19 October 1911
SALE OF WORK. New Zealand Herald, Volume XLVIII, Issue 14815, 19 October 1911
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