. • ■ » , •• — •■ Tho annual concert m aid of the prize fund of the above school came off on Friday the 16th inst, and proved to be an Immense Bucoees. Tre weather was all that oonld be desired, and, as a consequence, ibe eohoolroom was taxed to the utmost to provide room for the crowds that oarae from ali parti of the eurroaodiog dlst'icts for an evening's entertainment, The programme, which wits a lengthy and well ordered one, consisted of eoags by Misses ELowe, Fißher, and MoMilian, and Messrs F. McAnulty, Eogllab, J. . Jaualeson, and G. Harrison, a trio by Messrs Lambie, Simpson an.d English, a rioltatlon by Mr Dixon and an instrnmeutal neleotioo nn the piano and violin by Mr and Miss Limbie ; all of which were exceedingly well rendered, eaoh item receiving from the large aadiecoa voolferouH applause. Tho singing of M:a<i Rowe as usual was especially admired, while the trio by Messrs English, Lambie and Simpson was worthy of speolal mention. The ftooompanlamenta were played by Mlbsob Lsmbie and Fteher, Mrs Lochead ; and Messrs Kelsey and Lambie. The programme being gon ■ thtongb, theoonoert w*a brought to h doso by a vote of thanks to the performer*, and -the singing of " Aald lang Sone " o ) pious refreshments were then served roan 1 to all present, aftsr whioh the room was cleared and danolng to ma«io dispensed by Mlsb Lambie and Meaars Lsmble, Hmlson, Jamieoon and K^lasy was ommonasd and kop" op with muoh spirit till 2 o'clock, when refreshments were again handed round, after whioh dancing was resumed and kept op to daylight when the company broke up all going borne thoroughly aatUfied with the night'a engagement. The proceeds amounted to about £14.
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Ashburton Guardian, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 1993, 21 November 1888
KYLE SCHOOL Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 1993, 21 November 1888
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