Amusements. IheAtse Kotal. Lessees ... Messrs Rignold and Allison. POSITIVELY LABT APPEARANCE OP T.nm IREMENYII TA cm JNltfUl J jiemENYI j NIGHT The World-famed and Incomparable KING 01? VIOLINISTS, Who TO-NIGHT will perform, for the First Time in Chnstchurch, VIOLIN SOLOS. ALLEGEO MOLTO APPASSIONATO, Mendelssoha, ANDALUSIAN DANCE AND LOVE DUET, EEMENYI. The Celebrated Hungarian National March, BAKOCZT, With martial introduction by EEMENYI, And in conjunction with MADAME YON HAAST, Who has kindly consented to play the piano part, SONATA IN D., OPUS 12, No. 1, Composed by Beethoven for Violin and Piano. PAKE WELL. Dress Circle, 4s; Stalls, 2s 6d; Pit, Is. Commence at a, Carriages at 10. Box plan at Milner and Thompson's. Secure your tickets during the day at Levy's Cigar Depot, High street. FRANK WBsTON, Business Manager. 4-9 2277 Oddfellows* JBl all. TO-NIfiHT ! TO-NIGHT !! THURSDAY, APEIL 9th. Last. Night but one of PBOF. S» S.. and CLAEA BALDWIN. New Clairvoyant Tests, NEW THOUGHT READING TEBTS. EVERYTHING NEW! EVERYTHING NEW 1! TO-NIGHT PtO-NIGHT !! THE GREAT BANK-NOTE TEST. THE GEEAT PIN-FINDING TEST, GREAT BANK NOTE TEST, THOUGHT READING, THE MYSTERIOUS SKULL, THE SPIRIT-RAPPING HAND, CUBIOUS CLAIRVOYANCY, IBON EING TEST, BLADE'S SLATE WETTING, THE FUNNIEST~SHOW IN THE WOELD. Admission—lβ, 2s, 3a. Reserved Seats at Messrs Milner and Thompson's Mueic Warehouse. CHAS. FULLER, Business Manager. 4-8 2240 m HE AT BE DOYAL. Under the Management of Messbs MacMahon amd Leitch. SATURDAY NEXT, APRIL lira. Grand Inaugural Performance of the Famous Drama, in Five Acts, THE SILVER KING, (By special arrangement with Meesrs Williamson, Garner, and Muegrove.) First appearance in Christohurch of the Popular English Actor, MB GEORGE LEITCH, AND THE SILVER KING COMPANY, Including Miss Maggie Knight & Mb F. C. A pplktoh. In the Greatest London Success, THE SILVER KING, By Meesrs Jonea and Herman. " I hold it truth with him who sings To one clear harp in divers tones. That men may rise on stepping stones. Of their dead selves to higher things.' . Powerful Cast; Scenery and Stage Appointments Complete. Mueical Director, Mr H. Weinberg; Mechanical Effects by Mr Spiilen (Lyceum. , Theatre, London): the whole produced undertha supervision of Mr George Leitoh. Prices of Admission, 4s, 2e 6a, and Iβ. Box Office at Milner and Thompson's. Day Tickets at Levy's, tobacconist. J. W. DODGE, Businesu Manager. 4-4 2122 STBASBUBG CLO OS, 210 High Street. Open daily from 2 to 5 and 7to 10 p.m. A Perfect Fac Simile of the Great ASTRONOMICAL, APOSTOLIC, MUSICAL, AND MECHANICAL CLOCK OF STBASBUBG. One of the World's Greatest Wonders. Grand Procession of the Apostles every Fifteen Minutes. The Model is 12ft high and 6ft wide, being one-fifth the size of the Original Clock, forming the most Marvellous and Interesting Exhibition ever presented to the Christchuroh public. Admission, Is; Children, 6d. C. JAMESON, Proprietor. 4-6 2177 WM. GIFFETT. Agent. DBILL SHED. DRILL SHSD. DBILL SHED. "VfO W going on, the Great Trial of En- ; J3I durance! ereat Trial of Endurance! SWAN v TIME. SWAN v TIME. . Undertakes to knock out sir well-known Local Pedestrians in a Six Days and Nights * GO-AS-YOU-PLEASE. A fresh man every twenty-four home. Don't fail to come and see the exciting; finish which is now drawing to a close. The City Seed Band in attendance every afternoon and evening. Admission—One Shilling. DAVE LIVINGSTONS AND ARTHUR HANCOCK Will give an hour's Exhibition This 4-9 Evening. 2278 Art Union. .A-ston's A-bt Union, Consisting of" OIL PAINTINGS, i^ATEB-COLOUR DRAWINGS AND ENGRAVINGS. SHARES, ONE SHILLING EACH. First Prize value £105, Second Prize value .£B4, Third Prize value £75, Fourth Prize value .£45, Fifth Prize value £21, And 130 other Valuable Prizes. Address—Mubrat Aston, Artist, Doncan's Buildings, Christchureh. N.B.—Letters answered by return « poet. Stamps accepted. 1-319686 Educational CANTEBBUBY COLLEGE. NOTICE TO STUDENTS. PBOFESSOB BBOWN has Returned, and will commence LECTURES TO-DAY, Wednesday, April Bth. F. G. BTEDMAN, 4-9 2266 Registrar^ CTaneral Wetfcce. Friends of the late Mr Daniel I McNamara are respectfully invited to attend bis Funeral, which will leave hie late residence, Aahbourne place. Ferry road, on Thursday, the oth inst, at 2 jwn., for the Catholic Cemetery. ■ ■ ' J. LAMB, Undertaker, . 44 2248 Lichfleld street East. nTHB Friends of the late Mr Joseph X McFarlane tax t respectfully informed that his Funeral will leave hu late residence, 807" Madras street north, on April flth. for the English Cemetery at 2 p.m. W. LAMB, Undertaker, 4-9 2263 Lichfleld street, Christchuroh.
Permanent link to this item
Page 1 Advertisements Column 8, Press, Volume XLI, Issue 6102, 9 April 1885
Page 1 Advertisements Column 8 Press, Volume XLI, Issue 6102, 9 April 1885
Using This Item
Fairfax Media is the copyright owner for the Press. You can reproduce in-copyright material from this newspaper for non-commercial use under a Creative Commons New Zealand BY-NC-SA licence. This newspaper is not available for commercial use without the consent of Fairfax Media. For advice on reproduction of out-of-copyright material from this newspaper, please refer to the Copyright guide.
This newspaper was digitised in partnership with Christchurch City Libraries (1921-1945).