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The Reporter.

KNOX CHURCH, SOUTH INVERCARGILL. _A very good concert was held in Knox Church, on the evening of 16th October, in aid of the building fund.; The choir was kindly assisted Iby St.; Paul’s choir and friends. The first item was an anthem, " O Love the Lord,” rendered by the combined choirs. Next came a male quartette by Messrs Gillies, Wallace, Kidd, and Howie, which was followed by a duet by Messrs Ferguson and Lillicrap (violin and clirinet). Next was a song, "Life,” by Miss The Knox choir rendered an anthem, ‘‘Thou Wilt Keep Him in Perfect Peace.” Miss Jean Mathieson rendered a violin solo, which was much ap-: preciated, after which a song followed by Miss Dunlop, ‘‘My Harp is on the Willow Tree.” St Paul's choir then rendered an anthem, “By Babylon’s Wave,” after which came an interval of five minutes:. The next item in the second part was a quartette by the former male voices, entitled ‘‘Every Rustling Tree,” unaccompanied. followed by a duet by the Misses Donnelly, ‘‘Oh, that we Two Were. Maying.” Next came a piano solo by Mr F. P. Thomas. Miss Peterson sang- a song' entitled ‘'‘Roses.” The Knox choir then rendered another anthem, “Weary of Earth,” and Mr Le Petit played a flute solo. A part song. “0 Lovely May,” was given by St. Paul's choir. The last item was an anthem, “What are these ?”- by the combined choirs.

The accompanists were Miss Blakie and Mr P. F. Thomas. Conductors, Messrs F. J. Lillicrap and W. J. Ferguson.

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The Reporter., Southern Cross, Volume 15, Issue 27, 26 October 1907

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The Reporter. Southern Cross, Volume 15, Issue 27, 26 October 1907

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