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CANON HICKS' VIEW ON BAZAARS.

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CANON HICKS' VIEW ON BAZAARS. On Saturday Canon Hicks, of Lincoln, opened a sale of work at Greenfield (Holywell) in aid of the fund for the completion of Greenfield Church by the erection of a chancel and vestry, which will cost £ 700, of which ±>100 still re- mains to be raised. In the course of his re- marks Canon Hicks said1 he wa-i not over fond of bazaars, with which was usually associated fortune-telling and other side-shows. But a sale of work was quite different because it waa the moans of banding together Churohpeople to work in parish work, and it entablod those who had not much money to give to God their time, which waa equally acceptable to him. Though he was not fond, of side-shows, he was extremely iOlnd of sales of work, because he thought they did so much good.

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