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YNYSBOETH. BAZAAS. A successful bazaar was held on Monday and Tuesday to raise funds to clear the balance for the piano billiard table, etc., for the use of the Young Men's Guild-and Sun- Gay School. The partition of the room, which was earned out by Mr. Crowle, was much ad- mIred. The hall had also; just been redecorated by the Guild members, under the guidance of Messrs. Mather Crowle and Mathews. The same band of workers had also made the place iWj »s> bunting, etc., which, with the well-laden stalls, made visitors feel they were entering a veritable fairyland. The bazaar was opened on Monday by Mrs. (Dr.) Jones, Pen- rhiwcerber. She was introduced by the Vicar (Rev. J. R. Jones), who expressed his deep gratitude to Mrs. Jones for her kindness in coming to assist the people of All Saints. Mrs. Jones, who was received with applause, then formally declared the bazaar open. Mr. W. Lewis then proposed, and Mr. Crowle seconded, a hearty vote of thanks to Mrs. Jones for as- sisting tnem. Mrs. Jones briefly responded, and then proceeded to each stall to relieve them of some of the tempting articles. A brisk trade was then done until a. late hour. On Tuesday the bazaar was opened by Coun. E. Morris, 1 enrhiwceiber, who, in responding to the vote of thanks, expressed his pleasure to be able to assist in any good cause, and proceeded to show IN a £ ^,acticaI wa-y BY going the round of the staaJa. J- tie committee, consisting of church offi- cers and stallholders, with the Rev. R. Price- Hughes (curate in charge), chairman, and Mr. W. xi WIS secretary, are to be congratulated on their sucoessful efforts, as their object was realised, a substantial sum having been raised. The stall holders were:—Clothing club stall, Mesdamea Crowle, Blacker, Hudson, Han- bury and Miss B. Blacker. Flower stall: Miss Francis Lloyd, Miss Lilian Major and Miss Ada Lewis. Men's stall, Messrs. L. Lea, S. Evans, J. Smith. Refreshment stall, Mesdames Rigby and Janies. Toy stall, Mesdames Hughes, Pascoe, and Miss E. Scott. Sweet stall, Mrs. Williams and Miss Cassie Jame3. Side shows, Messrs. W. T. Smith. R. Richards, T. Evans, F. lugsley. They were assisted by an army of Eve s younger daughters, who, by their wileS, succeeded in extracting the cash from poor artless men who ventured inside the door.

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