'fue followiiig notice was elipped concerniiig the African Native Cho'r rhich will appear at Lhe Grand Optra II use on Saturday Evening. The programmeconsistedoftwop the first, af explained by Conductor Balraer, who by the way is a good speaker as well as pofisesjed of a rine, powerful bass voice, deseriptive rather of the native musical abihty under iho iufluence of eivilization; and the Becond ol iheir life priir to tbat chango. It is not neeetisary to iO ;nto detailed critici sm oí the concert, fr i1 cui b truttifully desoí iorougi:ly enjoyable froui btgioning : m.-mbcm of the ilicir showing t pon .! of r. mui kal. i y i d all red with u perfect loie of the taauties of harmony ttnd a knowl )f the wonderful pwerof moiln ation tnd i i. Tliere ar i two vo especially that couiroiuid atteulion - a contralto and soprano. Bath are B isu In me firat part aduett w aued bet een those twu, wuh a bummed íiaíS accoujpanimeot b_ . It was a deligbtful nuni g iiiHuljT WH8 a tolo and cbi compufied especially for thechoir,n was beaulifully and toucbingl; e A feature of these peoplé tbeir a; to co m pose and harmonice umaic," fjr 8weetnes, pa'.ln.8 and beauty comparee well witb tti il of more preteal wcstemers. There are three ea and soprano v h , Conductor Bdloier mide tht-.-1 la-t night th.a ihechoir have beei trr.1 ellin almost conlinously trom S Áfrico and have been ou ihu v; tix or stven wi ;■-. Xbey havo liad lio inonth b ï ■ : I emy , ce for any t-ligbt imperfectious I] ■■, whk-h wonld b ! it-niptlied. TUerti was little nei any Buch ■ . tioa, bm ii is poaeible that in a di i ' : .. ' . Lll ■ i' (Uli Btill .