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"Oliver Cromwell."




TRINITY CHURCH. Ladies' Work Society's Sale. The success or otherwise of a sale of work, may sometimes be judged by the quantity- or scarcity—of articles left unsold at the close of operations, and it must be very gratifying to the ladies of the work society to be able to record almost a complete clearance of the accumulated winter's work. The annual effort was brought to a fitting conclusion on Thursday, when a tempting array of various plain and ornamental articles were displayed on the stalls, the ladies in charge being Mesdames Townsend, Alty, Jones, Wright, and Smith. The proceedings opened with the singing of a hymn. and after Rev. W. Yeoman had read a portion of scripture, Rev. E. Alty engaged in prayer. Dr. Townsend introduced Miss Sharman to the company, and in the course of his remarks said he was highly pleased to see so many from other churches present. Miss Sharman thon declared the sale of work open, and was glad of an opportunity of doing A little to aid this good work. She hoped it would be a great success, and that the proceeds would exceed their expectations. Mrs Bowran, in a neat speech, proposed a hearty vote of thanks to Miss Sharman, and said how highly interested this lady was in all good work. Mrs A. W. JonM seconded the vote, which, on being accorded, was suitably acknowledged by Miss Sharman. During the afternoon and evening, instru- mental selections were rendered by Misses F. Jewell, F. Jones, A. and D. Yeoman, and E. Wright. The refreshment stall, under the management of Mrs Yeoman, Mrs Partington, the Misses Higgins, Lacy, Yeoman, and Jones, was largely patronised. The flower stall was in charge of Misses Jessie Jones, Wright, and D. Yeoman. It is very satisfactory to be able to announce. that the proceeds of the sale, etc., amounted to the respectable total of J631 12/

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