Amusements, &c. C\ I T Y ' HALL. THIS (FRIDAY) EVENING, JULY 3. IJIMEVSE SUCCESS OF THE GREAT MINSTRELS, IX THEIR GRAND ENTERTAINMENT or MUSIC, MIRTH, AND MELO DY. Roara of Laughter at Charles Sutton's FIRST ROUND FOR JOHN. Screams of Delight at Kelly's "WATERMELON MAN. Unbounded Applause at Rockefeller's BANJO SOLO. Ejaculations of Delight at the Beautiful BALLADS of Messrs. Campbell, Mavor, and Amery. The Unanimous Verdict of the Public, " This is the BEST MINSTREL COMPANY TH AT HAS EVER VISITED NEW ZEALAND." Cards of Admission :—Front Scats, 45.; Children, 2s. Second Seats, 2s. Cd.; Children, Is. 6d. Back Seats, is. Doors open at 7.15; performance to commence at S o'clock. Carriages may be ordered for 10.15. Business Manager, G. W. ROCKEFELLER. JUT AMM OT H PAVIL I 0 N, " MARKET RESERVE. IMMENSE SUCCESS—HEARTY RECEPTION OF ALL THE ARTISTES. THIS (FRIDAY) EVENING, JULY 3, Second Grand Performance or THE GREAT SIAMESE and ASIATIC CIRCUS, Numbering 40 Star Artistes, including Male and Female Equestrians. ' LILLIPUTIAN PONIES. TRICK HORSES. Assisted every' evening by the "World-renowned SIAMESE JUVENILE TROUPE, Numbering 13 Artistes, Male and Female, in their "Wonderful and Extraordinary Performances. GRAND MID-DAY MATINEE, TO-MORROW (Satukuay) AFTERNOON, Commencing precisely at 2.30. CHILDREN HALF-PRICE TO ALL PARTS. Admission:—Reserved Chairs, 4s. ; Second-class (carpeted). 35.; Third-class Seats, 2s. TO. BURTON, Agent. TJRINCE OF WALES THEATRE. FOLEY'S MAGNET TROUPE. THIS (FRIDAY) EVENING, JULY 3, 1574, Grand Fashionable Night ! Last Night but One! BENEFIT OF MASTER JOHN & MISS KATE FOLEY. Under the-Distinguished Patronage of the AMERICAN CONSUL & SUITE. AN ENTIRE NEW PROGRAMME, in which MASTER JOHN FOLEY, The Star of the World, Assisted by MISS KATE F O L E Y, Mcssis. 11EUHERTK, LkPAGE, FOLEY, WILSON, and the Wonder of the World, THE BONELESS BOY. GIFTS! GIFTS! GIFTS! Come To-night for vour Gifts. W. U. FOLEY, Manager. "ORLNCE OF WALES THEATRE. ROYAL ENGLISH OPERA COMPANY, 1.-.NDKIC VICE-JLFCAL PATKON.UiE. The Management cf the above Company (whichhas made a highly successful tour through New Zealand) have the honor to announce that they will give a Grand Subscription Season of twenty-four nights. GRAND OPENING NIGHT, Monday, July 0, When will be produced Wallace's most popular and romantic Opera, MARIT A N A. MARITAXA MISS ALICE MAY. Cast of Character. The King of Spain .. .. Mr. B. Levison Don .lose Mr. T. H. Rainford The Marquis . .. .. Mr. Howard Vernon Don Cii-snr Do P.azan .. .. Mr. Henry Hallam Captain of the Guard .. .. Mr. C. Lester The Aleade Mr. Wilkinson Lazarillo MissE. A. Lambert The Marchioness .. .. Miss Florence Howe Her Guest Miss B. Harris. MA RITA NA III~S ALICE MAY Peasants, Soldiers, Villagers, &c. Subscription List and Box Office is now open at Messrs. Upton aud Co.'s, Stationers, Queen-street, where a Plan of Theatre can be seen, and seats reserved in advance. Teh.ms of Suusi'Kipjios: One racket, containing 24 Tickets for Dress Circle, transferable £0 10 0 i One Packet, containing 24.Tickets for Stalls, transferable 4 4 0 Prices oi-' Admission; Dress Circle, 7s. Cd.: Stalls, 55.; Pit, 2s. Cd. FULL GRAND BAND, GRAND CHORUS, AND CORPS DE BALLET. Conductor Mr.G.B. Allen, Mus. Bac, Oxon. Leader Mons. A. Fleuily. NoTir-E.—During the Opera Season every Opera will be produced with entire New Scenery by Mr. J. S. Willis aud Assistants. NEW GRAND DRESSES. NEW APPOINTMENTS AND EFFKCJ'S. Cloak-rooms, with Attendants, will be provided for the accommodation of Ladies and Gentlemen. Doors open at half-past seven ; Opera to commence at eight o'clock. Carriages may be ordered for 10.45. Business Manager Mr. William Evans. General Agent Mr. M. L. Raphael. T> O N S O N B Y II ALL. GRAND SECULAR CONCERT, P. V Til E PONSONBY MUSICAL SOCIETY, Tills (Fiiiday) Evenixc, 3rd Jcly. Conductor Mn. Mitchell PROGRAMME, 1. Chorus, "Masanniello"(Anber) •2. Romance. "Si Tu Sarais" 3. Song. " Love's Request" (Reichardt) 4. Violin Solo, " Pieces de la Melodic" 5. Song, " Margaretta" (Balf) 0. Song, "SilverChimes"(Claribel) 7. Chorus, " Ernani" (Verdi). INTERVAL. 1 Piar,o Duet, " Oberon"' (Weber) 2 Glee " Swiftly from the Mountain's Brow" (Wcbbc) 3. Song, " The Captive Greek Girl' 4. Ballad, " The Exile" (Keller) 5. Duet, " Why do 1 watch the lone, lone Peep (Glover) ti. Violin Solo, "Airs Elegants" 7. Chorus, " Sweet and Low." Admission, 2s. Commence at S o'clock. UCKLAND CATHOLIC LITERARY INSTITUTE. ANNIVERSARY ENTERTAINMENT Will be held in THE HALL, WELLINGTON-STREET, On Monday Evening, July 0. Tickets 2s. each:maybehadofanyof thoMembers. O. MAHON, Secretary. T OYAL ORANGE INSTITUTION. The ANNUAL SOIREE will be held on MONDAY, July 13, in the Choral Hall, Symonds-stieet, Tea at 6 p.m., after which J. M. Daroavtllb, Esq., M.P.C., will take the chair, and several Clergymen and Gentlemen will address the Meeting. Tickots, 2s. Od. liOßt. LOST, between Aicken's, Chemist, Queenstreet, and Chapel-street— A small Gold Brooch, set with Torquoise, and pendant heart—The finder will be rewarded ky leaving the same at the Cross Office.
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