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SCHOOL CONCERT

A most enjoyable concert was given in tho High Street School gymnasium last night in aid of the fife and drum hand equipment fund of the school. High Street established a band of its own some few weeks ago, and sine© something like £ls was secured last evening there should be no difficulty iu providing the boys with the extra instruments needed. Almost the whole of tho excellent programme was dispensed by the pupils of the school, and proved of such merit tliat encores were the rule rather than tha exception. The school choir (under Mr T. Davis) and the baud [under Mr Dickinson) contributed many items, and amongst individual performers were Master S«on Brown (songs), Master Eric Naumann (violin solo). Alias Ada Wright (songs). Miss Alay Brown (recitations), Master W. Allprcss (recitations), Misses Nina Graham and Hernia Kitt (piano duet), and Mias Eoemer Becking (recitations). A part song entitled ‘ Holy Night ’ was also sung by some selected chorister*. Tha accompaniments were played throughout by Mias Clapperton and Miss Herraio Kitt. At the close of the concert Air J. Waddell Smith (head master) expressed hia thanks to those present for the support they had accorded the children's eftorta, and the proceedings terminated with the singing of th© National Anthem*

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SCHOOL CONCERT, Issue 15674, 12 December 1914

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SCHOOL CONCERT Issue 15674, 12 December 1914

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