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SALVATION ARMY CONGRESS.

A young people's demonstration was held! at the Town Hall last evening in connection with the North Island Congress of the Salvation Army. Commissioner Hodder, in an address, stated that Mrs. Lowry, of Hawke's Bay, has donated £1000 for the erection at Temuka of a school for boys whose fathers have been killed at the front.; A party of pupils of the Elthain Boys'. Home, under Adjutant Scotlev, gave a, spectacular exhibition of Swedish drill and ladder formation, which met with considerable applause. ' The Grange girls gave a pleasing demonstration of a poi dance. Company songs by the united young people were ; highly appreciated. A patriotic tableau entitled, "In : Honour Bound," in, which all the allied nations were represented, was given by.the Eltham boys.

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SALVATION ARMY CONGRESS. New Zealand Herald, Volume LIV, Issue 14484, 9 March 1917

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