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CONCERT AND DANCE.

As a conclusion to the Tinwald" Amateur Swimming •■'Club's. Carnival on Thursday, a concert and dance was held in the. evening- in. the Tinwald Hall. The concert proved one*, of the most successful ever held in Tinwald. The hall was packed, and the various vocal and instrumental; items 'were enthusiastically received. The following persons contributed *to' the programme: —Songs and recitations, k Mrs - Gibbs, Misses Kennedy and Gordon, Messrs Anderson, T. and S. Gibbs, Hanna, and Thomas; 'cello solo, Mr E. Hume; sketches, Mr'G. Roby (who created much fun by his rendition of "Five Minutes in the Square," or "With the Strike Agitators on the Racecourse" and. other sketches). During me evening an orchestra contributed v number of acceptable-items, the musicians being: Messrs A. Claridge (violin), E. Hume ('cello), E. Robilliard (flute), G. Bunz (oboe), and E. N..T. Reese (piano). Mr E. N. T. Keese actea as accompanist. The audience was greatly disappointed at*, the non-appearance 1 of Mile. Kea, who had been billed to contribute musical monologues. Mile. Kea was unavoidably detained in Ohristchurch. V After the concert a very successful dance was held, the hall being crowded with lovers of tlie Terpsichorean, art.

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CONCERT AND DANCE., Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8806, 28 February 1914

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CONCERT AND DANCE. Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8806, 28 February 1914

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