Amusements, Meetings &o. * FIELDER Benefit concert, © P E B A HE O XT S E. THIS EVENING, MONDAY, JULY 30th. i S TO ALL PARTS. PEOGEAMME. Overture—" Melbourne March " The Eev J. C. Mitchell's String Band LECTUEE: THE WEST COAST BOAD, The Eight Eev the Bishop of Christchurch; with LIMELIGHT VIEWS by Mr H. E. Wilkinson. CONCEET. 1. PianoiwitoSolo Mrs Wilding 2. Song—" Because of Thee " (Tours) Mr P. E. Woodhouse 5. Song ... ■ ... ... ■-... Miss Mabel Bell" -4. Song— "Fancy WaffcMe" (Verdi) .. - ', - v -- >■■• 'MrHugh&Mtes 5, Duet— "Una Seva d'Amore " (Campana) ">'■ ; *■ j - - Mrs Wilson and Miss Bell "'■'-' G. Song— "ln the Deep, Cold Sea " IPetree) -.'.,- •-■'" " ' -- •'--■- ■'•-'. ''" " Mx"Ai3Enar ■ '7. Violin' Solo —" Fantasia Caprice" ' ""■/'■, - '.."■■■ Mr P. M. Wallace 8. Song— ''Break ! Break !" fA. HiU) Mr H." Weir 9. Song ... ... ... Miss Bell 10. Duet— "Excelsior" Mr A. MiFar and Mr H. Weir ' 11. Song— " The Soldier's Dream" (Bodney) Mrs Wilson 12. Song— "The Pilgrim" (S. Adams) Mr P. E. Woodhouse Accompanists : 'Mr E. Trist Searell and Miss Vartha. THE SYDENHAM BEASS BAND "Will play Selections in front of the Opera House prior to the commencement of the Concert. GEAND PIANO kindly lent by Mr E. C. Brown, manager of the D.I.C. The Canterbury Tram Company have kindly arranged for Special Trams to run to corner of Colombo and Tuam Streets from Papanui ; and for Trams to leave White's corner for Woolston, and corner of Colombo and Tuain Streets for Papanui at 10.45 p.m. The New Brighton Tram Company will run a Special Tram, leaving Hobbs's corner at 10.45 p.m.l The Addington and Sydemham Trams will start fromTuain Street after the close of the Concert. H. E. WILKINSON,") Joint H. PEAKE, /Secretaries. Treasurer, T. GAPES, Esq., Mayor, City Council Chambers. INDUSTEIAL ASSOCIATION'S CONVEESAZIONE. ALTERATION OF DATE. THE Public is notified that the OPEKING DATE of the Conversazione has been altered WEDNESDAY, AUGUST Ist, And Exhibition will be continued daily until AUGUST 11th. Exhibits invited; Is per foot frontage. Tickets Is, or packets containing seven for ss, C2Ji be obtained from the Committee, or ME H. B. KIEK, President. 5687 P. BELLHOUSE. Hon Sec. CHEISTCHUECH WOEKING MEN'S CO- ' OPEBATIVE SOCIETY, LTD. MEMBEES are hereby notified to attend tbe Nineteenth Quarterly Meeting on TUESDAY (TO-SIOEEOW), at 7.30 p.m., in the Oddfellows' Chambers, Lichfield Street. Business— Eeceive Beport and Balance-sheet, Election of Officers, &c. J. A. EPPOED, 2763 » Secretary. Funerals. nnHE Friends of Mr J. P. Jameson are informed J_ that the Funeral of his late wife will leave his residence, Cashel Street East, for the Linwood Cemetery, on Tuesday, Jaly 31, arriving at 2.30 p.m. 5969 Auctions; THE SALEOF ' " Ti/TE J. SMITH'S STOCK OF CHINA, GLASBWABE and IEONMONGEEY Takes place BY AUCTION, at our rooms, at 11.15 Sharp, TO-MOEEOW. AYEES, BEAUCHAMP & CO., -SQ73 Axictioneers. ji
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