Anuses-tents. mHEA TB E *DOIA L~. IMMENSE SUCCESS. IMMENSE SUCCESS. TUMULTUOUS" APPLAUSE. TUMULTUOUS APPLAUSE. Secure your Seats during the Day to Avoid the Crush at Night. LAST NIGHTBUT TWO LAST NIGHT BUT TWO OF MESSES STANLEY & DAEBYSHTRE'S FAMOUS AND OBIGINAL OPERA BOUFFE COMPANY, In their grand production of PIRATES OF PENZANCE, OR, THE SLAVE OF DUTY. Prices—4s, 2s 6d, and Is. Doors open at 7.30. Overture at 8. To avoid inconvenienco at night, the box plan is at Milner and Thompson's Canterbury Music Warehouse, where FAMILY TICKETS to ADMIT THREE to, DRESS CIRCLE for 10s may bo obtained. Pit and Stall Tickets at Levy's, tobacconist, High street. g-27 9S3S Oddfellows* Hall*. Lessees ... Messrs Stanficld and Dark Stage Manager ... Mr D'Arcy Stanfleld Business Manager ... Mr Buchan Hepburn Musical Conductor Herr Buna GLORIOUS TRIUMPH! ENTHUSIASTIC BECEPTION!! UNPRECEDENTED SUCCESS!!! or MESSES D'ABCY ST4NFIELD'AND FRED. DARK'S Original Drawing-room Entertainment, "MERRY THOUGHTS AND HAPPT MOMENTS," Performed by them before their Royal Highnesses the Prince and Princess of Wales, Prince and Princess Christian, and Members of the Royal Family. TUMULTUOUS APPLAUSE! BOARB OF LAUGHTER! I EVERY SONG RE-DEMANDEDSII Acknowledged the most Original, Comical, and Refined Entertainment ever ■ ) witnessed in the colonies. IMMENSESUCCESS! Immense Success " Quits." j Immense Success " Original Snatches." Immense Success " Henry Irving." Immense Success " Juvenile Party." : Immense Success " Moonlight." Immense Success " A Cup of Tea." TO-NIGHT TO-NIGHT ODDFELLOWS' HALL. TO-NIGHT TO-NIGHT MONDAY, 27th AUGUST. Box Plan at Milner and Thompson's. Prices— 4s, 2s 6d, and One Shilling. Doors open at 7.30, commence at 8 precisely. 8-27 9231 *tteeti-affg, Ac. ' CANTEBBUBY BOWING CLUB. mHE ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING JL wiUbeheldon FRIDAY, th_ 14th SEPTEMBER, Members are reminded that names Candidates for Election must be posted n the Club shed not later than the Ist September. 8-25 9198 J. O. JONES, Hon. Sec. UNDER the Auspices of the Young Men's Christian Association. -. By Special Request. C. E. BUTTON, ESQ., Will (prior to his departure for Auckland) re-deliver nis excellent LECTUBE ON THE MOON, Hlustrated with diagrams shown by means of a Powerful Limelight Apparatus, In the Congregational Schoolroom, ON MONDAY NEXT, 27th AUGUST, 1883. Chair to be taken at 7.30 p.m. by W. ChrystaU, Esq., President of the Association. Collection in aid of the Building Fond of Young Men's Christian Association. 8-25 9189 W. H. JONES, Gen..Sec. Insurance ©omsi&uies. THE EQUITABLE INSURANCE" ASSOCIATION OF NEW ZEALAND. HEAD OFFICE ... DfINEDIN. DIBECTOBS: E. B. Caboili,, Esq., Chairman. Jaxxs Hazlktt, Esq., Deputy .hnirman. James Hogg, Esq. j ArthurSeouJlar,Esq. 1 FrancisMeenan.Eeq. | Henry Guthrie, Esq. I William Gregg, Esa. TS now prepared to ACCEPT FIRE arid X, MARINE INSUBANCES of uvery description at < LOWEST CURRENT RATES. AGENTS: East Christehureh—Wm. Hooper Lyttelton— Ashburton—W. B. Moss Sydenham-*£mith and Stewart Aldington--J. C. Soup Linwood—J. McCormick Leeston—Williams and Co. Opawa—Thomas Moore Doyleston—E. F< Bentley. . FOBD, TIPPING & CO., 8-23 9100 Chief Agents for Canterbury. THE COLONIAL INSU-tANCE COS.PANY OF NEW ZEALAND. ... 1111 j_lL. Capital ... - £l.o¥ ■fTNLLMITED LJ HOLDERS. ' auriß «>n. c ™t a ra\es l " ine the *****?" current rates. ried _ oythe v^ ia _ __l Zs late firm. TH E >tOMAS WHITTA- , JSh,IBB3. 8-27 0221 _____ AND MARL.t_S __. .. . COMPANY OF NEW ZB HIIBJtrOBD STBJtBT, ChBIS?. ' CAPITAL SUBSCBIBED ■ PAID-DP ... ... ... . RESERVE FUND ... ATOBS, mmS COMPANY, tbe ONLY iu-tit* 1 tion of the kind having its HEAD OFFICE and MANAGEMENT in Christohuroh, b prepared to effect FIBE AN-TMABINE INSUBANCES Of every description, AT CUBBENT BATES. W. DEVENIBH MEARES, General Manager. List of Canterbury Agents in Saturday's bane Funeral Notices. THE Friends of Mr G. W. Bryenton are invited to attend tho Funeral of his late infant daughter,,Elton Slay. Jo leave his residence, Linwood,This Day (Monday), at 1.30 p.m., for the Avonside Cemetery. 8-27 9243 J. D. DAVIS, Undertaker. TIIHE Friends of Mr Joseph Ovr'are JL respectfully invited to attwiid Hu> Funeral, to leave the Hospital T_is Day (Monday), at a Quarter-pa_t Two, fer the English Cemetery. C: SCEIMsHAW, Undertaker, Corner of Durham and St. Asaph st*«ets.
Permanent link to this item
Page 1 Advertisements Column 8, Press, Volume XXXIX, Issue 5597, 27 August 1883
Page 1 Advertisements Column 8 Press, Volume XXXIX, Issue 5597, 27 August 1883
Using This Item
Fairfax Media is the copyright owner for the Press. You can reproduce in-copyright material from this newspaper for non-commercial use under a Creative Commons New Zealand BY-NC-SA licence. This newspaper is not available for commercial use without the consent of Fairfax Media. For advice on reproduction of out-of-copyright material from this newspaper, please refer to the Copyright guide.
This newspaper was digitised in partnership with Christchurch City Libraries (1921-1945).