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New Zealand Tablet, Rōrahi XXIX, Putanga 34, 22 Hereturikōkā 1901, Page 15
The Pollards are still drawing good houseß at the Princess Theatre. On this evening, to-morrow, and Saturday, the ever- popular Belle of New York will be staged, and on Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday, Djin Djin will be produced. The box plan is now open at the Dresden... Spring has come, and with it a grand show of seasonable novelties at Messrß Herbert, Haynes, and Co., Princes street. Dunedin. These are now on view, and include the latest lines in millinery, silks, satins, laces, prints, muslins, fancy dress goods •tc... The Deaf Hear.— No. 301 of the Illustrated World of 626 Chis- wick High road, London, W., England, contains a description of a remarkable cure for deafness and head noises which may be carried out at the patient's home, and which is said to be a certain cure. This number will be sent free to any deaf person sending their address to the editor. 4 The old-established firm of Mr John Hislop, watchmaker and jeweller, Dunedin, has a reputation, which extends back 40 years in the life of the Otago province a reputation gained by probity in business, excellent quality of goods, and first-class workmanship. The firm was honored with a commission to manufacture 12 gold and greenstone afternoon teaspoons, with tongs, for H.R.H. the Duchess of Cornwall, but this was not the first order from the Royal family for greenstone goods, for Mr Hislop made a gold and greenstone inkstand and pen for the late Queen Victoria, two gold and greenstone snuff-boxes for H.R.H. the Duke of Edinburgh, and a gold and greenstone double-ended scent bottle for Princess Beatrice. A very fine specimen of the firms workmanship in the shape of a gold and greenstone spade was presented to the Mayoress of Uunedin a few days ago in commemoration of the planting of two royal oaks in the Botanical Gardens...
"The Orange Society." By REV. H. W. CLEARY (Editor of the N. Z. Tablet). (472 pages demy Bvo., Price Is 3d, free by Post, Is Bd.) THE most complete and withering exposure of Orangeism ever published. Contains a vast mass of official information, drawn from the Reports of Royal and Parliamentary Commissions and Committees of Inquiry, copious extracts from the addresses of Judges and other high-placed officials, the publications of the Orange Society, and hundreds of historical and other works, chiefly by Proteßtant writers. Thiß book has been described by Mr. Vale, Deputy Grand Master of the Orange Society in Victoria as the cheapest work that ever issued from the press." The cheap edition is now out of print and only a limited number of copies are available at the price mentioned above. Apply Tablet Office and all Catholic booksellers.
SchnTlPtfiTl PoQlriATltC aQd the P ublic generally are reminded that T. H. UNDRILL & CO., Tanored Street, AOIIUUI WU IColUClllO Furnishing Warehousemen and UNDERTAKERS, deserve your patrona