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• Amusements^ MUSICAL SOCIETY. GRAND PERFORMANCE OF " THE m MESSIAH." in the Drill Hall on WIDNESDAY AND THUBSDaV? December 22nd and 23rd. Over 100 Performers. Full Rehearsal of Whole Work on Tuesday Evening Next. «Aft ARTHUR APPLEBY. Hon. Secretary. GBANo JSNTrBTAINMENT wiU be «* 9 o* n *£ Burnham Public Sjhool in Minstrel Troupe on THURSDAY, DECEMBER 2bu>, 18S6. am. Admission to Concert, Is. After which a Dance will be held. Admission to same, Is 3 ladies free. 0125 OPENING OF NEW HALLi LINCOLN. A GRAND CONCERT AND BALL will be held in the above hall on THUBSDAY, DECEMBER 23bd. 188 C, In aid of the Annual Sports. Doors open at 7.80.; commence at 8 p.m. ADMI6STONConcert, 2s ; children. Is. Ball, Is 6d. ..„ W. BABTBAM, 8128 Hon. Secretary. HOfiSE TAMING. SIR A. LE FLEMING will give an EXHIBITION of HORSE TAMING At the Bed Lion Hotel Stables, _ on TU ESDAY 21st, at 4.30 p.m. '•35 Admission Is.

Sports. \ fJIHE COUTH • OOCIETY WILT, HOLD ITS , TWELFTH ANNUAL GATHERING ON THE CALEDONIAN GROUNDS, THVCA.E,XJ, ON 1 MONDAY AND TUESDAY, 3bd and 4th JANUARY, 1887, When Frizes amounting to about TB BEE HUNDRED GUINEAS will be competed for. A Challenge Trophy, value 20gs, is offered for competition at Bayonet Exercise ; open to all comers. Entries for Handicaps, with colore, performances for past two years, and entry money (5 per cent, on value of first prize) to be in hands of Seoretary not later than Tuesday, 28th December. Other Sntrieß on the Ground. For programmes and all further information apply to SYDNEY H. DAVIES, 5483 Secretary. QHEFFIELD k XITADDINGTON NEW I EAR'S TAY, 1687. President—D. McMillan, Eeq., M.H.B. Vice-Presidents—Geo. Butherford, W. Minchin, H. Knight, Eiqe. NOVELTY BACK, BICYCLE RACE, CHILDREN'S RAC E«, ANIMAL RACE. Liberal prizes for men's races. Post entries. All events open. The Fast Malvern Band will play on the ground, F. G. MEADOWS, 6127 Hon. Secretary. ANNUAL TKTEBPBOVINOIAL BICYCLE RACES. .LANCASTER PABK. '"""" BOXING DAY. No. 11. One Mile Maiden Boadster Bioycle (scratch). Ist prise, presented by A. E. Preece, Esq , value £2 2b ; 2nd, 461 Is; 3rd, 10a 6d 2. One Mile Triojcle Race (handicap). Ist gtize, presented by J. C. Coughlaa, sq.,.fills; 2nd, 10s 6& 3. One Mile Bioycle Race (handicap). Ist prize, presented by Hon. E. C. J. Stevens, £4 4s; 2nd, £3 8s; 3rd, £2 2s; 4th, jfills. 4. Two Laps Combination (handicap). Ist prize, presented by H. S. Hobday, Esq, JE3 33; 2nd, jfil Is. 5. One Mile Safety Bicycle (handicap). Ist prise, presented by B. Wheeler, Eeq, JB2 2s; 2nd, All la. 6. Half-Mile Bicycle "Dash" (handicap). Ist prize, prerented by J. H. Paiker, Esq., £3 Ss; 2nd, £1 Is 7. Five Mile Bicycle Race Boadster (handicap). Ist prize, presented by 0. T. White and £2 2s added; 2nd; £393 ; *° Z?td, £2 2s; 4th, £1 Is 8. One Mile Ladies' Bracelet (handicap). Ist prize, presented by L. Harris, Esq., £1 3s; 2nd, £1 Is; Sid, 10s 6d 9. One Mile Bicycle, boys under 16, (handicap). Ist prize, pretested btf J. M. Martin, Ueq, £1 Is; 2nd; 10s 6d 10. Ten Mile Bicycle (handicap), let prize, presented by E. Beece and Sons, 410110s; 2nd, *3 3s j 3rd, £1 10s 11. One Mile Juvenile Tricycle (handicap). 1 12. One MUe Juvenile Consolation (scratch). Ist prize, £1 Is. Open to all members of recognised Cycling Clubs. Entries for all events, except Nos. 9 and i 11, 2s 6d; others. Is: Entries clcse on Satm d«y (to-day), 18tb, ' atClubFooms. _, ■-■■•'> '. 6158 H. J. JENKINS, Hon. B*c. j ~~~. Religious Services. i OSPEL ADDRESSES at the Lincoln ■ \UT Schoolroom, on •,- ---» SUNDAY EVENINGS, ' " At 7 o'clock. : 6120 Yon are invited. ■ • • i ."" FUNERAL SIRMON. BAPTIST CHURCH, OXFORD TERRACE.— Ew. P. COLAMORE will Preach fO-MORROW. Special reference > will be made at Evening: Service to the • Life and Decease of the lite Mrs Enall- • wood. : • 615* Funeral Nettces. FUNEBAL REFORM. WLANGFORD'S Funeral Arrange- • mente aro the moat complete of: r any House in town or country. Furnismng > Funerals as follows:— . „ Adults, from ... ... £& 0 • I Childien, from ... ... i 8» 0 Note the Address—Corner North and, i Bast Belts; or. Office, next J. Qoodman'a I Boot Shop. 183 Colombo street- . 4151 i TT ■ Q CBJMSHAW » b UNDERTAKES.. , t Funerals Furnished at "Lowest Charges, ! . Town or Country. „___, c 41 DURHAM STBEET SOUTH. , f— —— i .1 i '... THE Funeral of the late John Lewis Coster will leave his residence at - Opawa for the Heathcote Cemetery at faalf--7 past two en Monday afternoon, 20th inst.

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 8, Press, Volume XLIII, Issue 6627, 18 December 1886

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 8 Press, Volume XLIII, Issue 6627, 18 December 1886