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r Amusements. 0 I T Y J£J ALL. TO-NIGHT (THURSDAY) TO-NIGHT. THE GREATEST PROGRAMME OF THE 1U SEASON. ■•'v.'- '*• v - '•' RT~EH 1%/T A LEX ANDE S, " r. JD . JML* Alexander /The Southern Press are unanimous in proclaiming him the most finished Actor-Reciter who has is to d New Zealand.) PROGRAMME. PART I. 1. Piano Solo, "Marche Hojif?roi<<y'......Kowalßkl MISS AMY BATES. 2. Sensational Sketch, " Kissing Caps Race" MR. F. M. ALEX AND 3 Sons:. ".Why Must We Say Good-bye" Edith Cooke ° MISS KATIE FITZPATRI OK. 4. Humorous Scene...... The Quarrel Scene from "The School for Scandal." Lady Teazle..... .MADAME GOLDENSTEDT Sir Peter Teazle.... MR. F. M. ALEXANDER 5. Hone, " Estuclianitina" ..Lacome MR. A. L. EDWARDS. 6. Sketch from Dickens.. "Tale of Two cities Sydney Carton and the Poor Seamstress at the >' Foot of the Guillotine. MR. F. M. ALEXANDER. 7. Humorous Song, " Brown's" Evening Party*...... ' . MR. LKSLIKDIX. . [Boberts INTERVAL FIVE MINUTES. ■>< \y PART 11. V | '■ 1. Humorous Scene..... .The Cottage Scene from "The Honeymoon.- * Juliana MADAM GOLDENSTEDT Duke of Aranza.. ..Mlt. F. M. ALEXANDER 2. Piano Solo. "Polish Dance" ..... Scharwenka MISS AMY BATES. 3. Shakesperian Recital Mark Antony's fajnouu Speech over the Dead Body of Cfflsar. (By special request.) MR. it M. ALEXANDER i. Song, " Venezia." Paul Rodney MISS KATIE FITZPATRICK. 1 5. Humorous Soup:, "The Polka" ...Grossmith MB. LESLIE DIX. ' 6. Song (selected) MADAME GOLDENSTEDT 1 7. Humorous scene The Quarrel Scene from "The Rivals." Captain Absolute Mil. J. F. MONTAGUE Sir Anthony Absolute....Mß. F. M. ALEXANDER Accompanist: MISS AMY BATES, Box Plan at Wildman's, where seats may be reserved on payment of Sixpence extra. Day tickets at Williamson's, Partridge's, and Ellison's. Is i To all parts of the house. 1 s S I To all parts of the house. JL ST. SEPULCHRE'S WINTER EVENING. The first of the St. Sepulchre's Winter Socials will be held THIS (Thursday) EVENING, At the School House, Symonds - street. Quartettes, 'OrpheuslGlees, Songs, and Instrumental Pieces. Doors open at 7.30, commence at 8 p.m. Toa ana coffee provided at 9.15 p.m. Admission, fid (sixpence). Q; , A UCKLAND CALEDONIAN . SOCIETY. , #\ UCKLAND CALEDONIAN J\. SOCIETY. The usual Fortnightly Social will be g held in the Foresters Hall, Karangahape Road, TO-NIGHT (Thursday), at 8 o'clock. All the Bust talent, and First-lass Music for the Dance. Visitors as usual. JOHN EWAN, See. Sporting. : OOURSING OLUB. JUNE MEETING, 1895. SECOND DAY, SATURDAY NEXT, JUNE 15. The following additional Stakes will be run off 1 during the day CONSOLATION STAKES, for all beaten Dogs in the Bracelet. Entry, 25s each. SUPPLEMENTARY ALL • AGED STAKES. , Entry, 20s each. NOMINATIONS for the above Stakes will close at the Club's Office, THIS DAY (Thursday), June 13th, by 8 p.m. , HARRY H. HAYR, 1 Secretary, Musical. LONDON AND BERLIN PIANO COMPANY, SHORTLAND STREET. OPPOSITE POST OFFICE. PIANOS 511011 20 s A MONTH ORGANS FROM 10 s A MONTH ON OUR HIRE SYSTEM OF PURCHASE. £37 10 s - THE BEST VALUE PIANO EYER OFFERED IN NEW ZEALAND. LARGE UPRIGHT ENGLISH PIANO, in Walnut Case, by SPENCER & CO., London; Iron Frame, Check Action Full Trichord.; Guaranteed for ten years. £37 10 s NET CAISHi 0R ° Ni EAST TERMS. JUST ARRIVED: BELL ORGANS, WILCOX & WHITE ORGANS, SPENCER PIANOS, - GORS & KALLMAN PIANOS. LONDON & BERLIN ANO CO. 3 —— ' • PIANO AND ORGAN LESSONS. ' MR. W. H. WEBBE'S TERMS One Hour Lesson Weekly .. £210s per quarter . Piano Quartet, Duo, and Theory Classes, 10s 6d and 20s per quarter. Elementary Pupils received by Assistant. Two Half-hour Lessons Weekly. .£lss per quarter Teaching resumed Ist February. > .01 A —PIANO, cost £50, large size, : d&IV by Collard. ' 1 _0"| X—PIANO, cost £35, trichord, d&JLO check action, c Q~| O—PIANO, cost £50, handsome dWJLO case; Collard. " O A K—PIANO, coat 66 guineas, almost • new, good maker. - ORGAN, pipes and 4 sets OW & & ' reeds. NEW AND SECONDHAND PIANOS, by Hapsburg, Brinsmead, Collard, Carl Ecke, . Broad wood, etc. . .. 1 i EXCHANGES MADE. Also, Violins, Accord eons, ©C. Terms: Cash. Easy Payments arranged. - G. RICHARDSON, Over Smith and Cauglios, „ •{ Ist floor, McArthur's r Show Rooms : v Buildings, Queen-street. it ~~ ~~ ' " T T". . ~ . . ' IAJN OB I JJ KM ONIUM S. i Q KG ANSI '. Alio, i, i- HARPS; VIOLINS, VIOLONCELLOS, GUITARS BANJOES. » ANI> MALLER INSTRUMENTS TOO NUMEROUS TO PARTICULARISE, ' H OFFMANN AND JgONS. ■, QUEEN-STREKT, AUCKLAND. ■ • . THE LARGEST IMPORTERS OF ALL KINDS & OF MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS IN NEW ZEALAND ALL KINDS Or MUSICAL INSTpOMENIa i I TO NED AND BETAIRED.

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 7, New Zealand Herald, Volume XXXII, Issue 9845, 13 June 1895

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 7 New Zealand Herald, Volume XXXII, Issue 9845, 13 June 1895

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