The Wellington correspondent of tha " OtafO Dub Times " says th*t with regard to the railway eommußio&enhip, it ia romoazad that the recommended candidate is «f far lees imposing standing m the English railway world than was at first reported. The bbbobt goes that he is only second m fjonuaant at osa of the large prorintial goods stations, and therefore ia bjr no means m the lint rank of expects so for as mere standing goes. This, of coarse, may be men gossip ; bat the report comes from an apparently mil informed quarter, and with some speoifio detail which imparts coma credit to the < fsWOV* Mr George Darrell olaima to have beaten Ihe Hew Zealand record, so far as numbers an concerned, at the Wellington Opera House •on BoxSog Slight. There were no less than 1712 persoM who paid for admission and SJitnsassfl the iwiifnrmannn ; m addition there tf^ajt e^hl represtntatiTes of the Press and ■Bbalthe pbuoe, aalring ia all 1793 persons Thli is b/ far the of spectators' ever yet theatre, flnd Ur 00 JQ*«oding D»tWOI HJ^Hb^HHHBvw ao»bl« tp obliin
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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VIII, Issue 2026, 2 January 1889
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VIII, Issue 2026, 2 January 1889
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