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On Monday evening's very successful teas, entertainment and supper was held
in the Wesleyan Sunday schoolroom. The tea was the generous gift of Mrs
James Toye and Mrs John Wilson. The proceeds are to be devoted to the funds
of the forthcoming Primitive Methodist bazaar. The tea tables were presided
over by Mesdames J Wear, T Sewell, * Gibson, H Hartley, Toye, J Wilson,
Gilbertson, Banks, R Birkett, Haile, Birkett, Tomlinson, and Williamson. At
the entertainment: Councillor A Richardson presided and prefaced the
programme by a few encouraging words.
Programme: -
Hymn....All Hail the power of Jesus name.....Company
Duet...Ye banks and Braes......Mrs Nicholson and Mrs Dudley
Song...A hunting we will go..(encore)...Mrs Jas Toye
Song...It was a little green leaf......Mrs Fawcett
Quartette..Mrs Dudley, Mrs Nicholson, Mr Tom Hale, and J Nicholson.
Duet....Take me back home again...Mrs H Southward and Miss Jamieson
Song...Adieu, my Native Land....Mr S Braithwaite
Duet..(encore)...The misses Tyson
Cumberland Dialect Reading.Tea Cosy..(encore)...Local Topics..Mrs Toye.
Song..The little Golden Ring.(encore).. Grace Darling.. Mr Wm Moffat.
Recitation..The Quaker and the Robber..(encore)...Maud Miller.Miss Williams
Song...God bless all of us....Mr D Dockbain
Song...Death of Nelson.....Mr Tom Haile
Song....I Dreamt a Dream....Mrs Fawcett
Song..Pull for the shore.....(encore)...Mr J Toye
Mr F Ahier gave selections on a splendid gramophone kindly lent by Mr C. C.
Davidson.
On the Motion of Councillor T Gilbertson a comprehensive vote of thanks was
accorded. A goof number afterwards sat down to supper, which concluded a
very pleasant and profitable evening.