TO TBI EDITOi.
Sir,—Can yon inform ne who is to blame for the great scarcity of programmes at the theatre during th« stay of Mr Warner's company. I have twice gone to hear Mr Warner, and on both occasions, although there before half-past seven, have not been able to get a programme. Last night I remonstrated, and the polite boy that was stationed at the door with a small bundle of them informed me that "he was i£ he would give me one." Not wishing anything so terrible to happen to him, I had todo without.
I know that a number of people pay for advertising on these programmes, believing; that they are freely circulated. Perhaps i£ they knew of the niggardly way in which, they are dealt out they would, not do so.—l am, etc,, Skinflint.
Dunedin, October 25.
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'CAPTAIN SWIFT.', Evening Star, Issue 8048, 26 October 1889
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