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Circus.

"POSITIVELY LAST PERFORMANCE.

THIS (THURSDAY) EVENING,

HOSPITAL BENEFIT

THEN FAREWELL TO WiRTH'S BIG

SHOW.

The Messrs. Wirth hros. have made arrange- ments with the Union S S Co. to DELAY their b at, the " MARAROA," until TO- MORROW, FRIDAY MORNING, giving them an opportunity of showing 1 heir ap- preciation to the Hobart Public for their support during their präsent stay, by giving

them a HOSPITAL BENEFIT,

HOSPITAL BENEFIT, TO-NIGHT. TO-NIGHT,

Wiien half the Groes Proceeds will be

handed over to the

HOBART HOSPITAL

HOBART HOSPITAL. THEN FAREWELL TO VVIRTH'S BIG

SHOW.

SEE IT KOW OR NEVE«.

HOBART WILL NEVER LOuK UPON

ITS LIKE AGálN.

You will never see another 3 Ring Circus. You will never see another R^man Hippo-

drome.

You «rill never see another Wild Weat

Show.

You will never see the Cowboys again.

POSITIVELY LASr NIGHT.

PRICES TO-NIGHT :

PIT, Is. STALLS, 2s. DRESS CIRCLE, 3:

_Athletics._i__

O-NIGHT! TO-NIGHT!

T

MARQUEE, ELIZABETH-STREET.

GREAT WRESTLING MATCH.

EUGENE KNEEBONE

(Champion Athlete of Australia)

V.

, HARRY PEARCE

(Champion Middleweight Wrestler of tbe

' ' World).

The best Two in Three Falls for the

Championship of Australia.

Yachting.

Y

A C H T I N 6.

DERWENT sIlLING CLUB.

WRITTEN ENTRIES for the undermen- tioned Events to be sailed on SATUR- DAY, 13th inst., will be received by the Hon. Treasurer, Mr. FRED. PENDER, up to 5 p.m. on THURSDAY, llthinst:

1. Open to Yachts not exceeding 28ft. on

i W.L. Five to start. Handicap.

Prizes-First, Trophy, presented by J. D Foster, Esq. ; second, £2 ; third, £1.

2. Ope-i to Yachts not exceeding 21ft on

1 W.L. Handicap. Five to start.

Prizes-First, Trophy, presented by the Hon. Treasurer (Mr. Fred Ptnder); 1 ' second, £2; third, £1.

FRANK a. OfjOHAM,

Hon. 8tcy.-t.iry,

Excursions.

"mrOONLIGHTTRIP AND CONCERT. WOODBRIDGE, PEPPERMINT BAY.

A GRAND CONCERT,

Under the auspices of the Orpheus Club, who have kindly volunteered their services, will be given at Woodbridge, in aid of the Piano Fund of the Woodbridge Institute, on

j . FRIDAY NIGHT, I

The 12th insc, al 8 o'clock.

The fast and comfortable

S.S. " CYGNET"

Will leave the Brooke-street Pier at 5 p.m. sharp, returning io Hobart by midnight. The Moon being at Full a splendid oppor- tunity will be afforded exoursionists of view- ing the unrivalled Channel scenery.

Tickets for Concert, including Steamer Fare-Front Seats, Three Shillings and Sixpence. Baot Seats, Three Shillings. Tea moy bo obtained on board. bil7

VISITORS' EXCURSION TO EAGLE-

HAWK NECK-The Fine Excur- sión Steamer "NUBEENA " will make an EXCURSION to Etglehawk Neck on SATURDAY, 13th inst., leaving wharf at 8 45 a m. sharp, returning to town at dusk. Ampio time given to visit all places of interest. Luncheon on board.

_WHITEHOUSE BROS

SS. " TARANNA" will make Fishing

, Excursion down River THIS AFTER- NOON, leaviug wharf at 2 30 sharp Fares, Is.

Miscellaneous.

N

EW DESIGN OF DOCTOR'S

BUGGY.

Built to the order of Dr. Naylor.

ON VIEW UNTIL SATURDAY NEXT

Inspection Invited.

E. C. A. NICHOLS,

b617 Bathurst street.

rpEA TREE ROAD DISTRICT.

TF ALL RATES DUE to the above Trust are not Paid before the 21st of February, PROCEEDINGS will be taken for Recovery

of Siine.

By order,

PERCY OAKLEY,

b618 _Collector.

(¿T. DAVID'S CATHEDRAL.

SEAT RENTS -The Churchwardens will attend ut the Cathedral on THURSDAY and FRIDAY next, from 4 to 5 15 p.m. to allot Sittings and receive Rents for the half-year ending June 30, now due. b45Q

NO T 1 C E.

GREAT LAKE ROAD RATES.

PROCEEDINGS will be TAKEN for the   RECOVERY of all due for the year 1891  

if NOT PAID AT ONCE.  

ISAAC HARRIS,

Collector.

February 8, 1892. b565

MR. W. TBNNYSON BATES supplies

Bands of any number ; String or Brass, "Craigside,'upperGoulburn-street.

a892

TO FRUITGROWERS AND OTHERS.

With a view to avoid any unnecessary friction in shipments of APPLES to London this season wa bava placed a Credit for £10,000 with the Bank of Ne« South Wale*, whose Agent« in Hobart ara the Commercial Bank of Tasmania, «ho are duly authorised to advance the Freight and Charge« up to 5s. per case, on all cases of Apples shipped in the cool chambers to us this seaton. The bills of lading to be initialled by one of the following :

Mr. W D. Peacock

Mr.T. H.White ," ". .» Jt Messrs. G. Peacock and Sons (Limited) Messrs. Wright Bro*

Messrs. C. E. Knight and Co.

The Fruitgrowers, Etc., Association. -Yours truly, _

W. N. WHITE Se CO. (LIMITED),

Covent Garden Market. London,

January l8.1892. _al506

IVJOTIOE TO ADVERTISERS.

Advertiser! are reminded that Advertise- ment«, NOT HAVING INSTRUCTIONS as to the NUMBER OF INSERTIONS, etc. written plainly upon them, «ill be inserted UNTIL COUNTERMANDED, and charged

'CCOnlln«"., BAVM8BBÜ8- I

Amnaemonf¿ Lcctnrea. Soire»»

Ijlfl ÏAIRK ROYAL.

Manager and Director ... BLAND HOLT.

MONDAY NEXT, FEBRUARY IS, ,

And Few Followii-g Evenings.

BACE CARNIVAL WEEK.

Return,and Furewtll Appenrancts cf

BLAND HOlI

And his Complete Combiuatien of Dramatic Favourites in the Latest I'liulish Succès.

A SAILOR'S KNOT. A SAILOR'S KNOT.

First Production in Austtalatia.

Box Plan Now Open at Busman's.

OWN HAL L.

T

TONIGHT.

As the " Mararoa" does not start-for New'

Zealand before Friday, ?

MR. W: H. JUDE :?'

MR. W. H. JUDK i , !j MR. W. H. JUDE . J'

Will be enabled to give a last ? '. ';' ! FAREWELL PERFORMANCE FARAWELL PERFORMANCE FAREWELL PERFORMANCE,

Introducing Henry Russell's Wonderful'1

; Descriptive Song, THE MANIAC

THE MANIAC

IHE MANIAC,' , With Solos on the Gnat Organ.

This will be the Last Opportunity the people of Hobart will ever have of hearing -

this Eminent Compoier and Song-writer, he .? being now en route for Europe. " '

Box plan at Walch'«. Prices, - 3a., 2s.,.

and Is.

J. J. WYATT-PATTON, ' Private Secretary to Mr. Jude.

rip .0 W F fl~ A L L.!,

MONDAY, FEBRUARY 15, AND FOUR

, FOLLOWING EVENINGS.

MR. S N A Z E L L E, MR. S N A Z E L L E,

Will Present his Unique and Charming;

: : ENTERTAINMENT, entitled

MUSIC

'" ]'.'..: '</.;'.;,!:, SONG,. .

; ;''..: ;.''.,[ ,. 7 AND STORY,

' PlCTOBIALLY ILLUSTRATED.

On the same Scale of Splendour as given by him at all the Institutes of England, Ire- land and Scotland, and at Melbourne for the last Three Years. Also before the Prince and Princess of Wales and Members oi the Royal Family, and the Governors of every

Colony be has visited.

Are yon fond of Magnificent Pictures 7 Are you food of Splendid Scenery ?

Are you fond of Good Singing?

Are- you fond of Good Pianoforte Playing ? Are you fond of a Good Cry?

And'Especially,

Are you fond of a .Good Laugh, raised by

" Pure Wit?

YOU HAVE THEM ALL

IN THIS

SUPERB ENTERTAINMENT!

London TIMES :-" An incomparable and beautiful performance,"

Prices of Admission :-3s., 2s., and la. Reserved Seats maybe secured al L. Suaman

and Co.

Business Representative :

b620 ROBERT GOURLAY.

np O . \Y JN H A L L.

Under the patronage of His Excellency Sit

R. G. C. HAMILTON. K C.B., and,

LADY HAMILTON,

FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 12,

GRAND COMPLIMENTARY CONCERT

Tendered to

H ER R BUCK

sr

LEADING PROFESSIONAL AND

AMATEUR INSTRUMENTALISTS AND

VOCALISTS.

Full particulars ac an early date

Front seats, two shillings ; second seats, one shilling.

Tickets on sale at the Tasmanian, News

Office. ; _ b615

TANLEY IN HOBART.

S

Visit to Hobait , u \<

FOR FOUR-NIGHTS ONLY . < ?> "if

... ,....,..'...?... t.i « iii

THE MAN WHO FOUND

LIVINGSTONE.

TE M P E R A N CE HALL,

.:--.. Commencing . 4

;.:'?<?]] MONDAY, FEBRUARY 15, ,,',',í

]..:''.??. ? or. ? ??? l '"I

: MR. H. M. STANLEY ', °*

MR. H. M.' STANLEY ' ' ' , :"

Tho most remarkable man that ever stood omi .?:?!.'

stage or platform. i' ib Further particulars: to-morrow. ' ''

R. S. SMYTHE. ' *\

TrOCAL MUSIC AFLOAT. ',"

.IMMENSE SUCCESS. f. TO-NIGHT! TO NIGHT 11 7

MOONLIGHT. TRIP ROUND THE BAYS. " \{

Choice Operatic Programme of u;

VOCAL MUSIC, '" ;i With Piano and Organ Accompaniment, ']"

Glees, Choruses, Trios, Ducts.

FRED. ENGLAND, MILLAR FRASER,

.?' T. HANSON, , ' .;? . : . ?? And Principal Amateur Talent '' ;

will assist. ' '''

O'MAY'S "SILVER CROWN" will t >:.\s

leave Wharf at 7.30 o'clock. ' '°

Fare-Trip and Concert, Is. J ''.'

HA L. M,E R.S. H A L L, i 'f

TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 16. .

FRUIT ' '' S0IREE~~~AN D CONCERT,

In aid of ORGAN FUND.

An ' attractive Programme of Vocal and

Instrumental Music will be rendered by

Mrs. VAUTIN, Soprano.

Mr. WALT15R ROBARTS.

Baritone of the Crystal Palace Conoerts,

London. .

Mr.: F. H. STEVENS, Pianist.

: Assisted by leading Amateurs.

Tickets-ONE SHILLING; each, obtain- able at T. L. Hood's. j

G. G. MEREDITH,

Hon. Seo.

0

iii It!

H

QBART 6H0R AL. SOCIETY.

T>

PRACTICE THIS (Thursday) EVEÑIN, ,

St. Andrew's Schoolroom, at 8 o'clock sharp'

??;- w. L.S" ,;,,';.'

< Hón. Sec.

ONT MISS SEEING THE

CYCLORAMA,

t A Ü NOBS T O K.

The PRINCE o! MARINE PAINTINGS.

Wonderfully realistio representation of the.Great Naval Battle, the SPANISH ARMADA. ai»

OBART MUSICAL UNION.;

H

There will be NO REHEARSAL until the arrival oi Musio from England, wfaioh is

daily expected, , "", "

O. J. ROPER,

Hon. Sec.

PRI

VATE ASSEMBLIES; . ''ASSEMBLY on THURSDAY. Ticket»

may be¡ obtained on WEDNESDAY and .

THURSDAY at Hadley's at UBual times.

VIVIAN L. BUTLER,

hß76 Ho«. See.

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