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COLWALL NEWS. I DANCE. A most successful dance promoted by the committee of the Hill Institute took place on Thursday in last week at the Institute. Danc- ing commenced at 7.30 and was kept up until 2. a.m. Messrs E Rogers and F Rawiings were the M.C.'s and Miss L Bishop provided a nice selection of dance music. I MOTHERS' UNION. On Monday afternoon a service was held iB the Chapel of the Elms School. There was an excellent attendance. The Rector (the Rev Dr Harris) took the devotional part of the service and an earnest and interesting address was delivered by the RevF SStooke- Vaughan, M. A., on the duties and responsibilities of motherhood. He made an interesting reference to the founder of the Union, Mrs Sumner, the wife of the Lord Bishop of Guilford. He thought the members of the Union in Col wall and Wellington Heath should value it more than any parish, for Hope End Mansion had been her home, and she visited Wellington Heath at least once a year. I VESTRY. Present: The Rector, Rev. C. Harris, D.D., presiding, Rev. W. E. Johnson, curate, Mr. B. Lane-Mitford, and Mr. T. A. Pedlingham, churchwardens, Messrs A. Clee, A. Pedlingham C. Pedlingham, H. Pedlingham, F Gittens, Mrs C Pedlingham and others. Mr T Pedlingham stated there was a deficit of £9 2s 8d in the church expenses. The receipts were 9149 19s lid and the expenses 9159 2s 7d. The accounts were adopted. The Rector nominated Mr Mitford as his warden. Mr Clee proposed Mr T Pedlingham as People's warden and Mr Ped- lingham returned thanks. The sidesmen selected were Messrs W Plowman, J Bray, A Mason, J I J James, H White, R F Kising, A Clee, A Pedlingham, H Hanson, H Pedlingham also Mr Binyon and Mr Button to fill vacancies. I CHORAL SOCIETY CONCERT. A very Successful vocal and instrumental concert was held, under the auspices of the Choral Society, in the Temperance Hall, on Tuesday night. The attendance was very large, and that the audience thoroughly enjoyed and appreciated the programme was shown by their applause and the repeated encores. Miss Chorley conducted the choir, and Miss Boyd was at the piano. The choir's rendering of the various pieces was admirable, and reflected the highest credit on its trainer, Miss Chorley. The violin solos by Mrs B Mitford were enthusi- astically received, especially Babell's Hornpipe. Her selection of Irish airs also met with well merited applause. The programme contained fourteen items, all of which were successfully gone through and, in most cases the artistes had to respond to a vociferous encore. Appended is the programme :-Part songs (a) Snow in Spring (Carl Reinecke) (b) From the Green Heart of the Waters (Taylor), Choral Society song, The Floral Dance (Kate Moss), Mr H Freebom song, Early Morning Invitation to arise," Miss Wharton; song, "The White Stockin'd Mare (Trotere), Mr T Newell violin solo, La Precieuse (Couporin-Kreisler), Mrs B Mitford song, "The Dinder Courtship (Eric Coates), Mr Evans part song, The Rose Tree (Hugh Blair), Choral Society part song, "The Clcud" (Walford Davies), Choral Society; song, "Anchored" (M. Watson), Mr T Newell; duet, "A Loverand his Lass" (German), the Misses Wharton song, An Old Garden (Hope Temple), Mr H Freeborn violin solos, Andantino (Martini-Kreisler). Hornpipe (W Babel 1690-1723). Mrs B Mitford song, "The Captain's Eye," (P E Fletcher), Mr Evans j part songs, "Soul Star" (Bantock), Young Love (Bantock), Choral Society.

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