' THE MESSIAH.'
TO Tire EDITOR. Sir, —I have lead -with intereet the letter I signed “ Wxn. Thoin6on.‘ l j 1 for one fail to see any 'hardship in the ’ matter. The Choirs’ Union have given the ’ public an opportunity to hear the oratorio for some years now. The public, by their attendance, have shown appreciation of' the fact, and why the Choirs’ Union should now bo expected to stand down in favor of this fledgling society I for one i cannot understand. The latter part of Mr I Thomson's letter is rather obscure. Docs ! he wish the union to join with his society, | or, on the contrary, to deny the public I that which they have looked forward to i as their right?-—I sun, etc., Boz. JL Kpyember 19, Jl
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'THE MESSIAH.', Evening Star, Issue 15654, 19 November 1914
'THE MESSIAH.' Evening Star, Issue 15654, 19 November 1914
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