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ORPHANS’ CLUB ENTERTAINMENT

'The local Orphans’ Club aro issuing invitations to the citizens of Dunedin to attend the celebration of Bill’s Birthday at His Majesty’s Theatre to-morrow evening. “ Bill,” it may be explained, is a Sundowner, with a number of “pals” of tho same name who do their utmost with music, song, and story to make the ‘Vliivoo” a success. As tho many “Bills” are. in point of fact, leading members of tho cluh. they may be relied upon to offer some good tilings? Those invited to witness the great event are expected to contribute 3s. 2s. or Is, according to the portion of the house in which they take their seats—which is but another way of saying that their tickets will cost them these prices. This is all they will be called upon to pay. however, as - there will be no collection for any object whatever during the performance. In addition to the enjoyment of listening to the Sundowners, the audience will have the satisfaction of knowing that' the money contributed by them for admission will be handed over to the fund for the relief of destitute Belgian and British orphan children.

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ORPHANS’ CLUB ENTERTAINMENT, Issue 15663, 30 November 1914

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ORPHANS’ CLUB ENTERTAINMENT Issue 15663, 30 November 1914

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