CONCERT AT NORTH TAIERI
The AtlwMlff'inn If;:T. was well Riled ca Tuesday «• veiling hj: ivdri.nv tlio Maori Hill PiVhyteria-i C'b> ; i- ; wh:> suppl-fd the programme lor the- ov-.- iir.ir. Mr 'l'. Ritchie <th» orgnniM. and 01-niim.-"!-.-!■') conducted. and had hi.* s-'hoiv veil iu hand. Th» various anthcirs. part niiaHtts, dr.ets, and solos, and also the recitations and monologues, veil received, and encores were frequent, but the.'e v.-cre judiciously curtaiitd .>\vitit!;_ to i!.t> perform n a having" to catch tho train. At the conclusion of the performance Hi- Rev. J. Lymburn thanked tho . hoir for their visit an-) exceTlerit vnltn-lainment, and for thoir gcod turn, to Iho local church musically, eociallv', amd financially. After supper. .provided and dispensed by the- ladies of the congregation. -Mr Itit'-iiie thaidad the }>eople. especially the ho:,U-r-c:es. for thoir i-eartv -•welcome, and Mr.--.»rs I'lndlay and Lenhman for conveyn - the party to and from tho stc.tion in motor cars. The programme was ;e; follows:— Piivt song, 'Tho Long Pay (Vlo.-e,:,' choir} ovation, 'Napoleon'* Tomb.' Mr If. M. Morton.; duet, 'love Divine,' Mr and Mrs It. W. Parker; anthem and solo, 'Sim of My Soul,* choir and Mre. 11. M. Morton ; nuartet, 'The Rosary.' Mrs Morton. Mis-a .Valentine. Messrs L. .Scott and T. Rijxhie ; ■olo, 'A Summer Xight/ Mrs If. \V. Parleer; anthem and m-10. 'O Worship the Xiord,* thoir and Mi's Ktr.near; solo, •The Bow Wa* Made in England,' Mr lindsav Scott; folo, 'Mother Machrce.' Sir Colin Gray; part son;,', ' 0 Who Will o'er ths Downs," choir: solo. 'An Old Garden,' Mr H. M. Morion ; musical monologue, ' Drowning.' Mr W. W. Crawford ; part song, 'Shepherd*, Tel! Me/ choir j bolo, 'Tipnerary' (revised), Mr Colin Gray; musical monologue, 'My Idea of a Girl,' Mr W. W. Crawford j part song, * * Soldiers* Chorus,' choir. Miss Lizzie Ml*tm acted as accompanist;.
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CONCERT AT NORTH TAIERI, Evening Star, Issue 15678, 17 December 1914