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AMUSEMENTS.

THE CORRICKS

Notwithstanding a plethora of amusements a good company is sure of good business. The latest candidates for public favour here are tbe Corrick Entertainers, who appear in the Oddfellows' Hall next Saturday night. The individual members of this artistic combination are vocalists, humourists, and instrumentalists of high calibre, and as they have always been associated with all tbat is best, most tasteful and entertaining, tbeir visit should be awaited with pleasur able anticipation. Originally from New Zealand, tbey have toured Eng land, India., the Far East, and Aus tralia, meeting with marked success and popularity, and return to us with big reputations as public entertainers Included in tbe company is Miss Elsie Corrick, a charming young lyrio soprano; Miss Ruby Corrick, the young lady who plays tbe cornet and mellophone; Miss Amy Corrick, flautist and piccolo soloist; Miss Cor rick, solo pianiste and accompanist; Mr Leonard Corrick, clarionet and saxophone; Mr James Caldwell, an exceedingly popular baritone vocalist; and Mr Jack Bonny, English novel and character comedian One of the strongest turns presented will be the selections by the Corrick Orchestra, acknowledged to be one of the most compact orchestras on tour.

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AMUSEMENTS., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIV, Issue 3456, 4 May 1915

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AMUSEMENTS. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXIV, Issue 3456, 4 May 1915

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