"PAUL DUFAULT TO-NIGHT. JL AUL DUFAULT TO-NIGHT. TOWN HALL. TOWN HALL. Under the Auspices of the Royal Wellington Choral Societj. Aleo, TO-MORROW NIGHT, OPERA HOUSE FRIDAY NIGHT, OPERA HOUSE SATURDAY NIGHT, OPERA HOUSE. PAUL DUFAULT, PAUL DUFAULT, The World's Greatest Concert Tenor. TO-NIGHT'S PROGRAMME. PAUL DUFAULT will Sing: Prayer from "Le Cid" Mpssenet At the Midhour of Night . . Cowen Dnsh Thou Know? Massenet Au Pays Holme? Sylyohn Sinding Invictus Bruno Huhn And Duet with Miss Bindley, "It Was a Lovgr and Hia Lass." And Extra Numbers from "Drink to Mo Only With Thine Eyes" "Spring's Awakening" "Boat Song" "Still As the Night" "Answpr" MISS PAULINE BINDLEY will Sing: Shadow Song, from "Dinorah" Meyerbeer I Hid My Love Guy Hardelot The Lass «ith the Delicate Air .... Arne Love, I Hav£ Won You.. Landon Ronald ERNEST TOY will Play: Souvenir de Moscow WioniaWski Madrigal Ernest Toy The Butterfly Bohm Mazourka . '. Zarycui At the Piano: HAROLD WHITTLE. PRICES— Ss (Reserved), 3s, and 2s. Box Plan at the Dresden. Day Sales at Christeson's. Doors open at 7.15. ENVILLE PREPARATORY SCHOOL. A BOYS' Preparatory School will open in St. Andrew's Schoolroom, Wel-lington-terrace, on 4th February. Miss Dixon, the Principal, will bo at home on Tuesday, 3rd February, 10-12 a.m.. 3-5 p.m., at 16, Hobson-crescont. CROYDON PREPARATORY SCHOOL, Day's Bay, Wellington. Boarding School for Boys under 14 years of age. FIRST Term, 1914, commences on WEDNESDAY, 11th February. Principal .. . MISS SOMMERVILLE. mo STAMMERERS. "BEASLEY SYSTEM." Consultation Free. 2 to 4 daily. G. L. JOHNSTON, Arcadia Hotel, City. nrtHE TUTORIAL, BASIN RESERVE. Private Tuition. Evening Classes. COACHING FOR EXAMINATIONS. MISS MINA CALDOW (The N.Z. Contralto) HAS, at Uio urgent request of her ninny friends, decided to give a limited number of Lessons (prior to her departure for England) in Voice Production and Singing. Terms, etc., to 67, El-lice-street. 'Phono 2365. SIGNOR ALF. P. TRUDA , Resumes 26th January, 1914. SCHOOL for Artistic Fluto Playing, Systematic Fluto instruction, unique, progressive. Course of' daily studies dovoted to tone, development, and thorough dissection of technique and fundamental training. Modern Italian School. STUDIO, 220, LAMBTON-QUAY. C. D. MACKINTOSH, No. 36, Kont-terraco 1 ; TEACHER of tho PIANOFORTE and SINGING, also Flute, Violin, Clarinet, and other instruments, will Rosumo Teaching on MONDAY, 2nd Feb- j ruary, 1914. THEORY a Special Feature. MADAME COPE-DOWSING, 94, Willis-street. SINGING, PIANO, ELOCUTION, DRAMATIC ART. MADAME has a few vacancies. Ladies and gentlemen placing themselves under her^ tuition will soon feel inspired with her love of these divino arte. Madame's long and varied oxperienco in toaching onables her to quickly grasp and diagnose individual talent. Pupils prepared for the stage if wished. Hours — 10 a. in. to 5.30 p_.m. Also Monday and Thursday Evenings, 7 to 9.30 p.m. PIANOFORTE TUITION. TI/TISS PHYLLIS HANIFY, L.T.C.L., -L'-*- L.A.B., 1 is prepared to receive Pupils. For terms, etc., apply 78, Raroa-road, Kelburno, or P.O. Box 400. MR. 11. TEMPLE WHITE, /CONDUCTOR, Organist, Accompanist, V>> and Teacher of Piano, Organ, Singing, and Theory, RESUMES LESSONS, MONDAY, 9th FEBRUARY. Terms, etc., at Messrs Begg and Co. Private Address— Brooklyn. PIANOFORTE. MtBS ETHEL TftUEBMDGE will rosume Teaching at her Rooms, 220, La.mbton-quay (over Littlejohn's), oil MONDAY, 9th FEB., and at Lower Hutt on TUESDAY,. 10th FEB. Telephone 767. T G. ' TURNER, M.1.U.M., U • Teacher of Banjo, Mandolin. Violm. and Guitar, , 83, KENT-TERRACE. Trams stop at the door. Terms commence with Pupils. NOTE.— lnstruments Lent Free of Charge to intending Pudilb. MISS E. CARE'S SCHOOL OF SHORTHAND AND< TYPEWRITING. MISS L. MACDONALD Principal. Typewriting Office: STEWART DAWSON'S BUILDINGS, Opp. Bank of N«w Zealand. Tuition by Correspondence has Special Attention. Pitman's Australian Record— -220 words per minute. Highest Speed in th« Shortest Time. MOTOR DRIVING TAUGHT BY EXPERTS. HEATHER'S MOTOR SCHOOL AND GARAGE, Edward-otreet, off Manners-street (at Rear of N.Z. Express Co.'s Stores. 'Phone No. 3506. NEW ZEALAND INSURANCE COMPANY, LTD. "TVIVIDEND WARRANTS for the halfyear ended 30th November, 1913, ARE NOW PROCURABLE at the Local Office of the Company. JAMES BUTTLE, General Manager.
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