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Observer, Volume 9, Issue 551, 20 July 1889, Page 1
y^HORAL HALL. GRAND MISCELLANEOUS CONCERT ON THURSDAY, JU L V 25, 1889. BT THE AUCKLAND HARMONIC SOCIETY. PRINCIPAL ARTISTS : Madame Pooley, Miss Julia Knight, Miss Blake. Mrs Barrett, Mrs Butler. Miss Lye, Misses E. and K. Thode, Mr T. M. Jackson, Mr England, Mr F. Whittaker. Violin : Mr Charles Hemus. Solo, Pianoforte : Mr J. C. Sutherland. Accompanist : Mr Alf. Bartley. Conductor .- Mr Pooley. Mr J. C. Sutherland will perform upon a Full Upright Iron Grand Pianoforte, by G. Schwechten, supplied by Messrs Hoffman and Sons. PROGRAMME. f PART I. 1. Glee— "The Miller's Wooing" (Eton Faning)— Solos by Mrs Barrett and Mr F. Whittaker. 2. Trio— "O Memory" (Leslie)— The Misses Thode and Mr England. 3. Tenor Solo—" Tbe Old Ferryman " (Piccolomini) — Mr T. M. Jackson. 4. Part Song— "Happy and Light" (" Bohemian Girl") (Balfe). 5. Soprano Solo—" 11 Bacio " (Arditi)— Madame Poolet. 6. Solo Pianoforte— fa) Adagio, (6) Allegro di molto — (by desire)— (Heller)— Mr J. C. Sutherland. 7. Soprano Solo— "Cotoe Back" (Goodeve)— Miss Blase. 8. Baritone Solo— "The Old Sweet Story" (Gatty) Mr T. WniTTAKEE. 9. Glee— " The Red Cross Knight " (C alert; . Part 11. 1. Glee—" The Chough and Crow " (Bishop)— by Mrs Btjtleb, Miss Lye, and Mr Whittaker. 2. Soprano Solo — " La Serenata " (Braga) — Madame Poolet — (Violin Obligato — Mr Chaeles Hemxjs). ;3. Solo Pianoforte— Walzer, "Lied ohne Worte" (by ; d«sire) — (Kataulien) — Mr J. C. Sutherland. ;4. Song— " Pilgrim Lane" (Berthold Tours)— Miss ; Julia KmexT. 5. Glee— "The Bells of St. Michael's Tower" : (Knyvett). .6. Tenor Solo — " Good Company" (by desire) — (Adams) • ' . Mr T. M. Jackson. 7. Trio — u Le Faggio un Inghino" ("Secret Marriage") — (Cimaroso)— Madsme Poolet, Miss Blake, and Miss Julia Knight. 8. Tenor Solo— "True till Death" (Gatty)— Mr England. 9. Chorus — "The Watch on the Rhine" (German National Hymn) . • National Anthem. • Doors open at half-past seven, to commence at eight o'clock. Carriages at a quarter past ten. Admission : Reserved Seats. Three Shillings. Second Seats, Two Shillings ; Third Seats, One Shilling. Tickets to be obtained at Wildman's, where seats may be reserved. W. G. WORRALL., Hon. Sec. A UCKLAND POULTRY, PIGEON, CANARY JT3L AND DOG ASSOCIATION. SIXTH ANNUAL SHOW, TO BE HELD ON Ist, 2nd, and 3rd AUGUST. Entry Ft rms can be obtained, and entries made any time up to SATURDAY, 27th insfc., on application to tbe acting Secretary, care of W. J. Hurst and Co., 101, Queen-street, who will be personally in attendance at their office on THURSDAY and FRIDAY, 25th and . 26th inst., between the hours of ten a.m. and five p.m., and on SATURDAY, the 27th, from ten a.m. to 10 p.m. All entries must be made on forms supplied by the Society. Positively no entries will be received after the 27th inst. - E. S. V. MOWBRAY, Secretary. /COLUMBIA ELITE ROLLER XJ SKATING RINK. THREE SESSIONS DAILY. Morning, for Ladies— Admission Free. Afternoon, 2,30 to 4.30. Monday, Wednesday, and Thursday Even- ings— Admission, 6d. Skates: Ladies, 6d; Gents. Is. Tuesday, Friday, and Saturday Evening— Admission : Ladies, 6dj Gents, Is. Skates, 6d. Eureka Skates, 6d extra. Skates .for Sale from 5s per pair, wholesale. J. C. PELHAM. ZEAL AND I A OPEN AIR RINK. Stanlet-stbeet, Mechanics' Bat. "Classes for Plain, Fancy, and Trick Skating every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday afternoons. Terms, 15s per month. * .Ordinary days — Gentlemen, 6d; Ladies, free. Skates, 6d; Children, 3d, with Switchback or Skates. Open from 2.30 to 5p.m., an/1 from 7.30 to 10 p.m. Children, Half-price. Children's Skates Free. Girls' and Boys' Races for Prizes Every fcaturday Forenoon, to whioh School Children are Admitted ■ , • • . < . Free. ■ .