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Bandstands in Whitehall 1892

Bandstands have been in evidence in Whitehall for nearly 100 years. The first one¬†was built in 1892 (history in a previous article) by public subscription. It stood on North Williams street south of the old footbridge abut opposite the present … Continue reading

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First Year of Concerts in the Bandstand 1892

The second band concert was enjoyed by the audience which turned out in great numbers so great that North Williams street was crowded. Both bridges were filled and hundreds stood opposite the stand on Canal Street. So many were next … Continue reading

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Ninth Separate Company Military Band – 1891-92

In the winter of 1891-92 the Ninth Separate Company of Whitehall organized among its members a military band. The 20 pieces consisted of five cornets, two clarinets, three tenors, three altos, one saxophone, one baritone, one tuba, snare drum, bass … Continue reading

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