(Price One Penny)
1 March 1877
ODDFELLOWS' HALL, MIDDLESBROUGH
AMATEUR CHRISTY MINSTRELS
WILL GIVE A
On THURSDAY EVENING, March 1st, 1877.
For the Benefit of the
NORTH RIDING INFIRMARY AND
Under the distinguished Patronage and presence of H W F BOLCKOW, Esq., M.P., the Worshipful the MAYOR of MIDDLESBROUGH (D D Wilson, Esq.,) including the Members of the House Committee and Medical Staff of the North Riding Infirmary and Cottage Hospital, and the leading gentlemen of the town and district.
INSTRUMENTALISTS. – First Violins, Messrs. W F Smithers and J McKinlay; Second Violin, Mr Matz; Viola, Mr Tindall; Violoncello, Mr J Haire; Flute, Mr T Ganner; Cornet, Mr R Nelson; Solo Concertina, Mr W F Smithers; Pianoforte Mr Laycock.
VOCALISTS. – Sopranos, Masters W Brown and R Carter; Altos, Messrs R Bowler and J Easton; First Tenors, Messrs T V Richer and R Crewdson; Second Tenors, Messrs S Collinson and E T Shields; Baritones, Messrs S H Rich and Goose; Bassos, Messrs W Hermitage and G Anderson; Johnson, Mr White; Bones and Tambourine.
Reserved Seats, 3s; Second Seats, 2s; Back Seats, 1s. Doors open at 7, to commence at 7.45 precisely.
Plan of Reserved Seats may be seen and seats secured at Mr S LEACH'S, 44, Wilson-street.EDWIN T SHIELDS, Hon. Secretary.Secretary's Office, 98, Corporation-road
OPENING OF THE CENTRAL TEMPERANCE HALL, MIDDLESBRO'
In connection with the opening of the above Hall, the following MEETINGS will be held:-
MONDAY, March 5, Tea Party and Public Meeting
TUESDAY, March 6, Monstre Templar Demonstration
WEDNESDAY, March 7, Grand Alliance Meeting
THURSDAY, March 8, Popular Entertainment
FRIDAY, March 9, Lecture by Mr JOHN PATON.
For particulars, see bills and programmes