CONCERT AT BENEVOLENT INSTITUTION.
A very enjoyable concert, was given at, the above institution last night, Mrs Jackson (member of tho Otago Hospital and Charitable Aid Board) having arranged v....i .i »i..muur oi .mi
friends to assist iu giving an ontcrtrunmaot to tho inmates. Tho following contributed items to the programme :--.'iiszos Murphy, Hall, Sahnond, and May Brown, Mrs Power, and Messrs Anthony, Floyd, and Eric Brown (songs); Misses Foster and M'Cleary (recitations). Misa Jaygave valuable service as accompanist. The recalls were frequent-, as might be expected on account of the nature of ihe programme being patriotic, and amongst, tho"songs rendered was ' It's a long, .hi,;; uny to Tipperary.' which was joined iri by all present. Lollies and fruit were provided jjV Airs Jackson and tier tr:.-i.,..5..
and were dispensed after a most successful ontortainment lasting close on two hours without an interval. The board wore represented by Messrs Knight ar.d Talboys, the hitter thanking those present for their assistance.
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CONCERT AT BENEVOLENT INSTITUTION., Evening Star, Issue 15643, 6 November 1914
CONCERT AT BENEVOLENT INSTITUTION. Evening Star, Issue 15643, 6 November 1914
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