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LOCAL AND GENERAL. The concerts to be given by the inmates of the South Australian Blind Asylum on Wednesday evening and following nights promiseto afford a great treat to local lovers of good music. The blind string band will play several selections during each evening, and Messrs. George Ide, D. Sterne. S. C. Kent, Richards, and E. W. Elphick will render songs, duets, and quartettes, while Herr Hans Bertram, R.A.B., will play pianoforte solos, and as he comes here with a splendid reputation he should be a host in himself. During each entertainment Mr. J. M'Greevy will read by means of the raised type, so that a very pleasant evening should be spent. At the meeting of ladies convened by the Mayor (Mr. A. W. Macdonald) to consider the best methods for helping these artists, Mesdames Edwards and Kennedy offered to board and lodge the performers during their stay at this town, and Mrs. Finnerty, together with the Rev. E. M. Collick and Mr. W. Hansen, undertook to forward their interests in every possible manner. Tickets may be obtained from the above-mentioned ladies and gentlemen.
|Title||Local and General|
|Source||Coolgardie Miner, W H Clare, Coolgardie, WA, 1894|
|Date Issued||14 April 1896|
|Citation||Local and General, Coolgardie Miner, 14 April 1896, 2|