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The Onehunga Municipal Brass Band, under Bandmaster J. Rowe, on Sunday afternoon dispensed a programme of music on the lawn in front of the Costley Home for the benefit of the inmates of that institution. The programme was listened to by a large number of spectators and visitors to the Home. At the conclusion of the programme, the manager (Mr. Bannerman),. on behalf of the inmates, thanked' the band for their kindness in supplying them with such an excellent programme of music.

A concert will be given at St. David's Presbyterian Church, Khyber Pass, tonight by the Lyric Quartet, assisted by Miss Blanche Garland.

Attention is drawn to the general meeting of the Waitemata Branch of the Liberal Labour Federation, advertised for to-morrow evening.

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Auckland Star Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 81, 5 April 1909

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