amusemek,tS...j,- : - H;E AT R B JR O V iL : TStmSDAT AND FBIDAY NEST, ; ; , July 6th: vn&fiS*.'-' '■ '- 7 X . - T, W. Itoberteon's Brilliant Comedy, •'' "V"- '/-c A,-s 'x 'E;-.^ , :•"'.■■.-. ;•>'-.- ---.' C A ■B'-E'VB.'i. f . , "CA S ; T-'E, - BY LEADING"' AMATEtfRS,* •''*•'« Is. aid of the FunSa of thft'CfiEterbury- Amateur '"-"' JShletfo Club-'~, ■'-- • ,-?."*'"• CHAHACTERS OP'THE PLAY: Hon. George JTAlroy ,; 'Mr "Winter Hall CnpUin Sxwtiee ' .. ''.' Mr J. Wood Jones "Ecdes ,■-. - *«: Mr.H;.H.jEUyward Sain Gexxidge .. ~ Mr CM; Brooke Dixopn ,--.." :-..-' Mr' A. 1 J: Born&rd Marquise De St.. Manr • ;».. Miss Scrivener .Esther Eccles .. Miss Annie Sime * i ; (M«tnber bt Garrick Club, T>Ainedin> - " ' Polly Bcclee tv-V.,, -~ , ; Mra C.,Mo.Brooke ACT I.—The: Little House -efr Stangate— ' Courtship. t , t \ (| " ir :\.. . • ACT , II. (yiapaet'ini eight motttihe).—TheXodg- ~ _ ings, in , - . ACT:IH! (a'lapse of twelve months).—The Lit|tle Houao in. Stangate-^Widowhood. .' The Savage Club will supply the musiQ. ' 77,'~ v, ''!'',"■ ■ . ■ POPULAR POPULAR PRICES. , j <x Ss/ 3s, pd, and Is." Box Plan-Nfow" Open at Milner and Thompson's. Day sales at Coatee arid Co;, EaHck's, > Walker's, Daviee and Lamb, Gunderaen's, and Cttsack's. ' "" 67-29 „- ,*., ' ART'GALLBRY. fi ;.- THURSDAY, JULY 6th. QALE OF WORK' IN" AID- OF ' ' '' "ST. iIARY'S HOSCi' • ' ;" GREAT BARGAINS; -'■ " • Cotfsisting" of, J ChilSreo's' Clothing, Woollen , Goods auit&blc for the. soason, a " Dolls, Chinese Embroidery, • Garved "Work, etc., etc. No reasonable ■ offers refused. Amoog - thoi other ' aTe :'— ' Refreshment Stall, Palmistry, Galvanic. Bat ; t«r> J , Weighing.Machine, and the Bigophone . Band, ■a' new and highly-diverting importation from England. « „. , Doors open from 2.30 to 5.30, end 7 to 10 'p.m. ' • - -- . -. Admission to Art Gallery, 6d; Children, 3d. , ' ''CtiTSrCERTS'INYHE E-VENING , '' '* '"" From 7.80 to 8.1,5, .and from 8.45't0,;0.30, will include items'by Mrs Burns,' ,, Mrs "Wilson, Miss..Et*Julius, Miss CTL'ingard, Mr Millar, Mr, Morris. '* -' - Admission to ,6d. , , — ♦ MISCELLANEOUS. | GLADSTONE Bags and-Portmanteaux'For Salo, Cheap for Cosh. David Bowman, 166^Colombo».atreet, next, City Hotel.: -. _t MRS! ROSKRUGE'S Stock "of White, Calico' and ilush'n Nightgowns, Trimmed Lace and Embroidery, are all reduced in prices.' ' TO LET—Boarding Hotis&, 16 looms, in';a very.good position; cheap rental to * good, tenant. * Apply to Church Property Trustees, Christ's College. . -• ■ - ■ 96J56 T>iANOS—Advertiser ha 3at 419 disposafa -»- few New and Second-hand Instruments; will be.sold very cheap for cash, or-ierms may be arranged. , "Cantor/ , "Press" Office. rpSE F. B. Hughes Photographic and En,X larging Company.' .You gei alsx 12 jOil: Paintipg and 12 Cabinets for 21a. T OVELY-White Petticcata, In Lac& and Em--i-J broidery, all reduced in price at - Mrs Eoskruge'fi, Colombo street. ' t ' Sale: V T Nearly new Modern 8-rooni "bath,' i-acre, fowl-houses, stable. Coneuli Owen and Clark, Estate Agents, Opposite Strange"' and Co-2..' ; v \ '■< .',.•,.. q . , /.9710 : ,TPQtJiffD- T 'i T fcAt • all -tt'bto '.appreciata 1 qt&lifet- '■*-- Jtr&tuaing'Flora-Soap.V- ~n- ; -' - ; '■ - yjfßTOHajEßX , .,ieid , ...Watches,- Cheap' ' ibt *J> t Cash.'Davld Bbwnlan,-186 Colombo street, nest City Hotel. • \; ■ . <T ,. ' ,' 1" la7Hughes Phbtfographic and Enlarging Company. You. get alsx 12 pil Painting'and 12 Cabinete for 21s. * ' rpHE Right. Place "to" got'a"Piano Cheap for J- * Cash, or on Time Payments, is Milner and Thompson's. • ' Ladiea Purchasing Troeseaux -I. should,call and see' Mrs lloskruge'e Stock of Underclothing, which is all recced in price. - ' , ,__ AT BALLANTYNE"'S~White? "CaTdSat; Brown, Navy, Petuniu, Grey and Royal Blue Felt Flop Hats. \_ \ TT&'EFUL Presents at all Bnces at Rtdftirn'n 1 v^ j New Stationery Warehouse,, Manchester etreet. The most complete , stock of Rubber. , Printing Outfits in New Zealand. 5741 TJOMNINGTON'S PlLLS.—These excellent ■jLJ Piila should be known by all, invaluabb as a remedy for allJUivex Complainta_j THE "Ccur.tesS" three ana -iour-p!y Knittmg Wools aro tho Best. They are remarkable fo- choir softness, elasticity and ex--1 ceptional durability. Sole Agents for Canto;fcory: V 7. Strange and . , "TiLICK" Typewriters. Thousands in use X> in" all part 3of the world. Full keyboard. Weighs only 61b. Price, with hand* some leather satchel, only £10 10s. Cowper and Sons, agents, Colombo street. 9176 BONTTJNGTON'S PILLS?— A eaie~and reliable remedy ior Indigestion, Headache, and Liver Disorders, easily taken; la per box. PIANO * Awards •at Auckland Kjrhibition.—. For English Pianos, John Brinsmead and Son; for/German Pianos, Haakc, Hanover. Milner and .Thompson, REVOLUTION" in~Typewntce:a. The portable, simple and perfect "Blaclc." Indispensable to travellers, doctors, lawyers, commercial men and secretaries. Can be used on steamers, trains,-etc High \aluo, low price, £10 10s and £12 12s. Cowper and Sons, agents, Colombo ' | ""DLICK" Typewriters, a marvel in sim-■-D plicity and perfection; Vieible writing Interchangeable' type, full keyboard, direci inking, high value, low price, £10 10s and £1J 12a. Send for catalogue. Cowpor and Sons agents, Colombo street. THE Very Best Place to Purchase a Pianc or American Organ, either for cash or time .payment, is the Musical Exchange, 159 and 161 Manchester street, Christchurch. 9605 AITKEN and ROBERTS "for Table LampsT all kinds, including Celebrated "Rochester" and "Miller" Lamps, Hand Lamps from Is each,' Lamp Stoves. ' <■ "iTiAKTON' T "sd~Packet Nole ifzper and En- • velopes sold by all Leading Stores in Canterbury. Wholesale at Redfcrn's Statiqnery Warehouse, Manchester sti eet. 1 T>ED3?JEKN'S Stationery Warehouse, jfanX\i chdster street, for Account Books and all Office Requisites. Special Value in Business Envelopes. F&fantain Ptoa, Pocket Books, etc. )" ARGE Shipments Pianos just received, both J English and Gernau make* 'nclarimj, Brinsmead and Haake. Milner Thompson. \ *HTJ( BONNINGTON'S PILLS.—A perfectly safe, mild aperient and digestive, will relieve I all Liver Complaints, Biliousness, Sick Headache, etc. .'TTS Winter!— Try Tussicura. No home shouldjbe without it. and ROBERT 9 are now offering New Singeing Lamps and Horse Clippers—Clarirl, Martin's, -end Knowles's -^Special_A : l ' "WANTED. WANTED, People lo notice that the London Dental Institute have a Vacancy for an Intelligent Mafl astpupil. 9675 WANTED to Sell, Sumner, Modern House of S looms, plastered, bath, h. and c. excellent position, close to beach and tram; very low figure. Deareley and Lane, 71 Cathedral square. '_ . 9607 W"ANTED~to Sell, Chance for Working Man, 4-roomed Cottage (City), small deposit, balance weekly; 100 acres, suitable for poultry farm, easy terms;. 4-roomed House, Peterborough, etreet, £200, terms. Good demand to rent Cottage Property. Clients send along details. - Alfred R. Ragg, Estate Agent, 171 Armagh street. 9608 ■fxrAlirTED KNOWN—3uBt Received, Large -VV Shipment of Violins, which we will Sell either For Cash 'or on Time Payment. R. Francis, the Musical Exchange, 159 and 161 Manchester street, Chriatchurch'. -4944 KNOWN—Wo nave a iarge stock VV o/Husical Instruments, both Pianos and Organs (by reliable makers), to* choose from. Very easy terms. ' R. Francis, the Musical Exchange, 259 and 161 Manchester street, three doors north ofCaehel etreet. WANTED KNOWN—To make a Purer • Article than Flora Soap is beyond the art of spap Making. "-fTrrANTED KNOWN—T. H. Pappe mH t» ;VV "found at 123 Manchester street, where Groceries canjbe gotj:heaper than ever. '-OTAHSBB KNOW»-Jt. Aiktojon'j, WS 1 VULJ olu»t«itaert,fosW«ddiagi , axaitß».
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