Active from the 1920s.
The afternoon was 'a day of sunshine, coloured parasols and summer dresses' that drew a massive crowd of eager visitors to the Hood and the other ships at Port Melbourne.From half-past six o'clock until half-past eight o'clock the trams, and trains, were overcrowded.Penponds Band (Cornwall) First appeared in 1857 but cash was quickly found to enable them to re-emerge under the new male escort services meaning in hindi title "Penponds Sax Tuba Band".1922, Winners A Grade Championship, Ballarat, 3rd successive year and Grand Final, Boosey Shield, value 50 guineas, Highest Aggregate.1909 Landed in the.S and lived in Boise.Unfortunately, the band and Town Council did not always see eye to eye.It unfortunately folded once it's conductor Mr Bruce Wigham left, in 1986.
In this picture, taken in 1909, she appears to be heavier than in the above Ladies' Baohuanghui montage.
Patron was the John Smedley Mills at Lea Bridge, near Cromford.
The mainstay of this particular band was William Rootes and five of his sons, although there were other non-family members.
Played as part of the celebrations for the visit to Northampton of His Majesty King George V and Her Majesty Queen Mary on Tuesday the 23rd September 1913 - at Cow Meadow and Calvesholme Northampton Town Band (1) Formed in 1874.
Orwell Works Brass Band (Ipswich, Suffolk) Active in 1879.
John Mepham in 1905.
Who conducted them at this stage is not known but after WW1, in 1919, J Thomas was appointed to conduct.Harrison (1912 Frank Smith (1913.Chinese fishing boats in California, 1880s.Still active until the late 1950s. The Seid family and the Hop Sing, through the Portland police, immediately offered a 500 reward.In 1903 they charged 30/- for a concert for the Outlane Cricket Club who, in 1914, refused permission for the Lindley Band to use the field for a "Sacred Concert".Morton Parochial Band (Yorkshire) Founded in 1887 Morvah and St Just Band See: Morvah Brass Band Morvah Brass Band (Cornwall) Morvah can be found about 4 miles north of St Just at Land's End.
Amalgamated with Horsley Brass Band in 1948 to become the Nailsworth and Horsley Silver Band.
A women's committee was formed to help with the fundraising while the men's committee concentrated on the music.
Paisley Silver Band See: Paisley Youth Silver Band Paisley Town Band (Renfrewshire) Active in the 1900s to 1914 Paisley Youth Silver Band (Renfrewshire) Active from the early 1980s and early 1990s, rapidly rising through the ranks in contesting, becoming Paisley Silver Band in 1988.