TO THE EDITOR.
Sir, —If your wide-awake correspondent is so very much exorcised over the circulation of the * Bulletin’s ’ issued in the Princess’s Theatre during Mr Warner’s season he can obtain every information by applying to me at the office of the Caxton Printing Company, In justice both to Mr Rogers and the proprietor, I may state that GOO copies of the programme were circulated every night throughout the theatre; and lamin a position to satisfy anyone as to the proper distribution of the same. Mr “Skinflint” evidently wishes to pose as one who knows every matter connected with the ‘ Bulletin,’ but his letter reeks with spleen and jealousy of a rival advertising agent, whose cloven foot has been abroad before this, Should any advertiser wish to satisfy himself as to the number of programmes printed and circulated I shall bo most happy to convince him of the untruth contained in his letter.— I am, etc., R, J. Stedwell, Manager for H. Rogers, Theatrical Agent. Dunedin, October 28.
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‘CAPTAIN SWIFT.’, Evening Star, Issue 8050, 29 October 1889
‘CAPTAIN SWIFT.’ Evening Star, Issue 8050, 29 October 1889
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