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Mr Wm. Jinkins, the manager for Mr Harry Rickards's comedy and|specialty company, arrived by the Te Anau this morning to complete arrangements for the opening of the company, which is to take place on the 25th inst. Since Mr Rickards's last visit to New Zealand, some four years ago, he has been to London and brought out the present company, which is said to be the largest ever brought to the colonies. Notwithstanding tho heavy expense attached to the'transportationof such a large combination Mr Rickards intends to reduce the tariff of admission to 2s, Is, and Gd, and as the season cannot be extended over thirteen nights it should be a "boom" from the start.

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RICKARDS'S COMEDY COMPANY., Issue 8014, 17 September 1889

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RICKARDS'S COMEDY COMPANY. Issue 8014, 17 September 1889

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