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A very successful concert was held at Knox Church, South Invercargill, on Friday evening, 26th ult., in aid of getting, a new class-room. Mr F. J. Lillicrap acted as conductor, and W. J. Ferguson as leader oi the orchestra. and Miss Blakie and Miss Kesha Hay as accompanists. The orchestra opened hy rendering a Largo in C. The choir then sang an anthem, “King of Kings.’' Mr Korman Churton sang “Thy Sentinel am I,” and Mr W. F. Park rendered a piano solo. Kext came a recitation, “The Slave , who saved St. Michael’s.’' by Mr J. 11. Webb. The next item was a song from Mr A. S. Cookson, entitled “ Werner’s PartingSong.’' Mr IK J. Ferguson then gave a violin solo, and this ended the first part of the programme. After a short interval the choir and orchestra joined in an anthem, “Praise the Lord. O Jerusalem.’' Then came a vocal duet, “Tefl her I love her so,’’ by the Misses Donnelly. Mill. S. Perry sang “Thou art passing Hence.’’ X.oxt came a duet (flute clarinet) -by Messrs Lo Petit and Lillicrap. Mr A. S. Cookson sang “The Angel at the Window,’’ and received a hearty -encore. The orchestra rendered a fantasia, “Dawn-” The last item was an anthem, “Sun of My Soul,” by the choir and' orchestra. The concert closed by all joining in the singing of “God Save the King.” S

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KNOX CHURCH CONCERT., Southern Cross, Volume 15, Issue 5, 4 May 1907

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KNOX CHURCH CONCERT. Southern Cross, Volume 15, Issue 5, 4 May 1907

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