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» DBI7IDS - CONCERT. The Ponsonby Lodge (No. 17, U.A.0.D.) Care on enjoyable concert to the members' wives and families In their new hall. Northstreet, Newton, on Monday night. There was a 1-arge nttendance. The following ladles and gentlemen contributed to an enjoyable programme:—Misses A. Bertoto, N. McKenenle, E. Berry. I. Akerstein. Messrs E. McGurU, C. Clarkson, A. Makenenle, J. Landers, J. Fltzpatrlck, Kndama and March, and Will Skerrett. Misses J. Akorateln, Ethel Berry, and Mr J. Landers play. e<l the accompaniments. ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION'S. The nnnlversnry celebrations of the Graf-ton-road Methodist Sunday School were concluded last night, when there win v very large attendance at the service. An Interesting programme was discoursed. Action songß were given by the scholars, aad a number of recitations were delivered. The annual report sought to chow the good work that was being done on behali of the young people, and the oalance-shect showed a credit balance of over £18. CONCERT AT HENDERSON'. A concert was held in the Henderson Town Hall last uight, an attractive programme being presented to a large unci appreciative audience. The singing of Master R. Casley, a boy soprano, was particularly admired. The programme comprised the following items:—Overture, "The Wreath," Miss Maud Wells; opening chorus, "Ye Shepherds Tell Mc," Company; song, "Love Mc and the World is Mine," Master R. Casley; song, "Come Bnck to Erin," Mrs Wells; duet. "Maying," Miss and Master Casley; song, "Gooy-bye and God Bless You, Kathleen," Mr T. Stackpole; comic song, "Awful Little Scrub," Mr J. Wells: song, "Mary." Mr J. Casley; overture. Miss Maud Wells; trio, Memory," Misfl, Mr, and Master Casley, song, "Yeoman's Wedding Song." Mr T. Stackpole; song, "Take Mc Rack to Bendigo," Miss Mabel Wells; comic song, "The Laughing Song," Mr Wells; soug, "Absent," Miss Nellie Casley; duet, "Life's Drenni is Mrs Wells and Mr J. Casley; song, "Lilacs,' Master Kay Casley; humorous quartet, "Simple Simon," Mrs Wells, Miss Mabel Wells, and Messrs Wells and Casley.

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MEETINGS & ENTERTAINMENTS, Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 71, 24 March 1909

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MEETINGS & ENTERTAINMENTS Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 71, 24 March 1909

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