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BURTON (IN WIRRAL).I

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BURTON (IN WIRRAL). CONCERT AT THE INSTITUTE.—What is generally admitted to be the finest- concert over given in the village took place in tho Institute on Friday evening, before a large tn4 apprecia- tive audience. The artists we-reo Madame. Agnes Croxton (soprano), the Chester Aeolian Quar- tette, consistipg of Messrs. Varley (alto, Chester Cathedral), II, Dryland (tenor). S. Whholey (baritone), S. Dring (bass); and Mr. Loui Parry (humorist). The programme was opened by the Quartette party with a magnificent rendering of "Here's Lifo and Health." This was re- ceived with an emphatic outburst of applause, and proved to be but the prelude to a series of triumphs, E?noore following encore in oontinuoua sucocssion, whi? the a.rÜt5 kindly 'Ü5pod:xI to MM ott-repeated (MmatMs 01 tlwtr admirers. M&dajn.o CroxM? gave a delightful wnjcring of two charming items, viz., "The Waltz Song" and "May Morniag." Mr. Loui Parry was at his b:'st as an exponent of refined humour, and his delineations of the various characters who were responsible for "Tho Village Concert" elicited roars of laughter. His pathetic render- ing of "The Old Bachelor" was a capital per- formance. Messrs. Varley, Whiteley, Dryland and Dring were not less successful with their songs, and the quartettes were, a most charming feature of the entertainment throughout. Miss Mcalor (Ivy Farm, Nesa) and Mr. S. Dring (All Saints', Hoole) ably acted as accompanists, and the arrangements were in the capable hands of Mr. W. S. Sbatpe, the chairman of the Institute, who, with the committee, is to be congratulated on an entertainment that was far and away in advance of anything of the kind previously given here. The progra<mme was as unùer: -Quarttotte, "Here's Life and Health"; song, "The Rose of Life," Mr. J. E. Varley; trio, "The Gypsies' Laughing trio," Mesers. Diviand. Whiteley and Dring; song, "Waltz Song," Madame Agnes Croxton; ejuartette, "Old King Cole" song, "My Old Shako," Mr. S. Dring; musical sketch, "The Village Oon- oort," Mr. Loui Parry; quartette, "Of a' the Aiits" song, "The Little Irish Girl," Mr. S. Will tek-y; song. "A Dolly and a Coach." Madame Agnes Cioxton quartette, "The Gos- lings"- song. "An Evening Song," Mr. H. Dry- land; gong "My Sweetheart when a Boy," Mr. J. E. Varley; musical monologue, "The Old Bachelor," Mr. Loui Parry.

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