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The Pollard Liliputian Opera Company will arrive to-day. The box plan is now open. The Alexander-Blaney-Fisher Company open at the City Hall, on "Thursday, the 13th instant, and will be assisted by Madame Goldenstedt, Mr. A. L. Miller, Mr. H. G. Wright, and other leading artists. A capital programme will be submitted. It will be seen from our advertisement columns that Mr. John Birch has been fortunate enough to secure the services of Mr. F. M. Alexander, of the Alexander-Blaney-Fisher combination, to create the part of "Paul Daroon," in his (Mr. Birch's) original play of that name, to be produced at the City Hall on Monday next. Mr. Birch's programme indicates great variety, as nearly every artiste engaged makes a first appearance. 4 The popular concert at the City Hall, 'under Mr. John Fuller's management, has some unusual attractions. In addition to the Irish programme, the popular tenor will sing a new song, written specially for him by Mr. Walter .Fuller, aud accompanied by the composer, entitled * ' The Dear Old Home." The second part will consist of the laughable ' comedietta, " For Better or Worse." -'• ■■~ - > " Yautmba " Claret. :! A specialty., From oldest vineyard'in;Sooth Australia.— 'Reid and Co' , ■ ' . ■;:':. Immense variety in boys' suits and good value, at Smith and Caughey's.—

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 4, New Zealand Herald, Volume XXXII, Issue 9838, 5 June 1895

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 4 New Zealand Herald, Volume XXXII, Issue 9838, 5 June 1895

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