The Auckland Orchestral Society opens its sixth reason on Thursday next at the Choral Hall, when Herr Wiclaevt's forces will present a Wagiier-T>chaikowflky programme of unusual inivnt. The Uerinan master's fine overture "Ripnzi" will be given lor the rirat lime in Auckland, and hi? "VorspirF and introduction to the third act of "Lohengrin." Tschaikowsky's mcmorahlc "1812 Overture" and two movements from his "Pathetic Symphony," will also bo performed , . The following nominations have been received for the Doxonpovi election: — Robori 'I'hnmjjson (.Iraham, J. G. Haddow, Hubert Henry Froudc. and Donald .MiLeaii. The namp of Thos. 1.. Thompson was omitted from the list of Grey Lynn candidates imblishej <ju Saturday. A telegram to Inspector Cuilen from Constable Lander, of Te. Awaivmtu states that a man named Alfred Brewer has been committed for trial mi a charge of forgery and uttering. In our report of the Police Court proceedings on April 14, it was inadvertently stated tjha.t a prohibition order -was issued against Margaret O'Connor. This wy.s incorrect. A fine of 3/ onty wa-e imposed.
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