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ARMY CHILDREN’S DEMONSTRATION.

An enjoyable concert was given in the Army Barracks the other evening by a numbeir of juveniles, trained by Miss Ruth Dixon, and was largely attended. Miss Dixon must haw spent a deal of labour in training the young ideas, and they acquitted themselves remarkably well. Special features of the programme wore the bar drill by ten little children, and a duet by two little Dixon dots (children of the popular Army leader of this town). The following is a list of the various items, and it is hoped they may again favour the public with a similar demonstration ; Company song, ■“ I am Jesus’ Lamb,” altogether combined ; recitation, “Flo’s Letter,’’ Grace Dixon ; company song, “Rolling Along,” ten girls ; solo, “Father, pray with Me,” FI. Dixon ; dialogue, “What is Love?’ by five girls ; company song, “Palms am all Waving,” ten girls ; recita-

tion, W. Lauder ; bar drill, ten girls; company song, “Salvation for ever,’’ altogether combined ; solo, I. McRobie ; dialogue, “Ten Commandments,” eleven girls ; company song, “He will give You Power to Conquer,” ten girls ; recitation, A. Henry ; duet, “Two Little Orphans,” Rhena Anderson and I Preston ; company song, “Behold the Army,” altogether combined ; duet, two little dots ; bar drill, small children.

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ARMY CHILDREN’S DEMONSTRATION., Southern Cross, Volume 15, Issue 5, 4 May 1907

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ARMY CHILDREN’S DEMONSTRATION. Southern Cross, Volume 15, Issue 5, 4 May 1907

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