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/"\PERA HOUSE. TO-NIGHT ! TO-NIGHT ! Successful Appoaranoe of THE CORRICK FAMILY. j MUSICIANS, VOCALISTS & DANCERS. Every Item roceivod with Rounds of Applauso. ENTIRE CHANCN OF PROGRAMME TO-NIGHT. Miss ALICE CORRICK will sing— "Softly Sighs" (from Der Fieifcclmtz) and "Bid Mo Discourse." Mr. C. RKAD will sing — " 'Jill Her that I Lovo Her So" and "'ln tho Cathedral." Box plan at Jiolliday's. Piano from the Droaden. Prices— bs, 2s, and Is. CRITERION THEATRE. MANNERS-STREET. PACKED TO THE DOORfifLAST NIGHT To Witness ROWLEY'S WAXWORKS AND LONDON COMPANY. __ NEW PROGRAMME SATURDAY NIGHT. First Appearance of DAVE WARNE and ALICE DEVONPORT. Doors open 2 to 5, T lo 10. Admission, 6d ; Children, 3d. TpXCHANGE HALL. COMMENCING SATURDAY, 23rd SEPT. Lessee and Manager ... Harry Hooper. Triumphal Advanco of tho COLO3SOPHONE and VAtIDKVILLE Co. Tho Grandest and Most- Artistic Combination louring the colony. . Tho Colossoplione, J'Jduon'u latest Marvel. Records by world-famed artists. The Vaudeville Company of Leading Australian Artists, including Mi-.scs Wright, Solomon, Trevitt, Trixie Lo Mar, Mopsrs. Doody, Leeds, Hooper and others. Refined and artistic. Now Dancers, New Sketch Artists, etc. For piiitir-ulnrs ao« Posters. Prices— Zi, 2b, la. Doors 7.30; commence at 8. Box plan at Ilollkluy's. Day sales at Abel's. C. MAUD, Advanoo Agont. S~\ P E R A HOUSE. WEDNESDAY. 27th SEPTEMBER, At. B p.m. LAST GRAND POPULAR CONCERT, Given by the world-renowned Pianist, ' HERR ALBERT FRIEDKNTHAL. HNRR ALBERT FIUEDENTHAL. HKRR ALBERT FRIEDENTHAL. FAREWELL CONCI'RT From Wellington and Australian Colonies, With Iho kind assistance of Miss Violel Mount (soprano) and Herr Alax Hopp« (violin), in compositions of Herr Friedentlial, and Mr. Mmigban Bavnetf (accompaniment on a socond piano). PROGRAMME : Rubinstein's celebrated Concerto in D Minor and Liszt's Hungarian Fantasy, both with accompaniment on a second piano. Selections fc-oin Chopin, Grieg, Moszkowski, Kjerulf, Thome, Barnett, &o. Fult programmo to-morrow. Concert; Grand Beobstoin. Prices— Dress Ciroleand Orohestral Stalls, 3s ; Back Stalls and Family Cirole, 2s ; Pit, la. Box plan and tickets at Holliduy's. . ROUT. ANGUS, Hon. Sco/ OT. PETER'S SCHOOLROOM ' TO-NIGHT. TABLEAUX AND MUSICAL ENTERTAINMENT. Full programme in last night's Post. Tableaux, Mrs. Mount and Miss Kroeft. Accompanist, Miss Gill Conductor, Dr. Kinfrton Fyffe. VI CTO RI A HALL, AnET,AIDE-ROAn. MONDAY. 25th SKPTEMBKR. " ESTHER, THE BEAUTIFUL QUEEN" (In Costume). Repeated by qknkkal desire. Bright Music. JirUliaut Dresses. —•- Selections and Accompaniments by St, Jomos's Orchestra. Tickets, Is. Comuienco at 8 p.m. Trams leave at closo of performance. -j&TOHSTER TEMPERANCE MEETING. CHORAL HALL. SUNDAY, 24th SEPTEMBER,. at 8.30 p.m. (After Church Services). Miss Kirk (N.Z. Alliance) and Mr. T. E. Taylou, M.H.R., Will Speak on the Burning Question of the Dny, V NO LICKNSE. Chairman, Rev. W. A. Evans. Collection to dofray expenses. T7IXHIBITION OF PAINTINGS hi BT CHARLES N. WORSLEY, ARTIBT, NOW ON VIBW AT M'GREGOR WRIGHT'S, Lambton-quat. VOLUNTEER FOOTBALIj 1 TOURNAMENT. SEMI-FINAL and FINAL. Athletic Park, SATURDAY, 28rd Sspt College Riflxs v. QrviL Skbvics. Zealandia v. Citt Rifles. At 3 p.m. Winners to play off at 4 p.m. Garrison Band will plat. A dmission — Sixpenoo. TTARBOUR EXCURSIONS. DAY'S BAY. The Favourite Steamer DUCO will run to Day's Bity (weather and circumstances permitting) as under : — SATURDAY, 28rd SEPTEMBER. • Leave Wharf, 2.80 p.m. Leave Bay, 5 p.m. SUNDAY, 24th SEPTEMBER. Leave Wharf, 10.15 a.m. and 2.30 p.m. Leave Bay, 11 a.m. and 5 p.m. Faros— Adults, Is (3d; Children, 9d. fT^HE Premises of the undersigned will be Closed for Holidny TUESDAY, 26th September. JOSEPH NATHAN & CO. SEATOUN ROAD DISTRICT. AN Urgent Meeting of the Ratepayers o t the above District will bo held at the Exchange Building* on MOj^AY, the 25tl September, 1899, at 7.30 p.m., to discuss tht Bill now boforo tho Houoe re Greater Wei lington. H. P. RAWSON, Chairman of tho Board. Wellington, 21st September, 1899/

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Page 6 Advertisements Column 3, Evening Post, Volume LVIII, Issue 72, 22 September 1899

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Page 6 Advertisements Column 3 Evening Post, Volume LVIII, Issue 72, 22 September 1899