) AMUSEMENTS. THEATRE ROYAL. Commencing | MONDAY, JULY loth. ITHE JOSEPHINE STANTON _____ i . COMIC OPERA COMPANY, i Headed by ! JOSEPHINE SIANTON, ! The Young Canadian Prima Donna, Supported by her American j COMPANY OF OVER 40 ARTISTS. ! MONDAY. July 15th— . i Auber's Romantic Opera, ! FRA DIAVOLO. TUESDAY, 16th, V. -.DXESDAi', 17th— . ' ■ Tha English Musical Comedy, j DORCAS. ' By Harry and Edward Paulton. THURSDAY,* 18th, ; FRIjjAY, 19th— . __ I Stahl's oriental Operatic Conceit, SAID PASHA. SATURDAY. 20th— GIROFLE GIROFLA. THURSDAY". ISth— ' MATINEE, when the prices of admission will be ls any part of Theatre. Prices—4s, 2s 6d, ls. Ear'y Doors 6d Extra. D.iy sales at Eslick's. Bns Plan now open at Milner and Thompson's. ELECTION NOTICES. ELECTORAL DISTRICT OF CITY OF CHRISTCHURCH. HHHE following CANDIDATES have 'been -I- D ULY NO MINATED: — ARTHUR HUGHES TURNBULL GEORGE- JOHN SMITH CHARLES TAYLOR H. MURRAY, Retruning Offioer. Christchurch, July llth, 1901. 8672 MEETINGS, &c. QPECIAL ADDRESSES on the PLAN of SALVATION are being delivered by Evangelist A. F. Turner, of Wanganui, at the Church of Christ, Durham street. 8703 CA-NTi_RBUR_ HOCKEY ASSOCIATION. A MEETING of the above Association will be held in the City Hall, Cambridge Terrace, THIS EVENING, Friday, 12th July, at 7.30 p.m. sharp. BUSINESS— Adoption of Rules and General. R. H. SAUN.Li_.RS, . 8697 ■____.**•■• Secretary. THE NEW ZEALAND FARMERS' COOPERATIVE ASSOCIATION OF CANTERBURY, LIMITED. HPHE ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING of JL Shareholders will be held in the Association's Rooms. Cashel street, on SATURDAY, 13th July next, at 1 o'clock p.m. Business— 1. To receive Directors' Report and Statement of Accounts for tiie year ending 31st May, 1901. 2. To receive Scrutineers' Report of the Election of Seven Directors from the following candidal cs:—Retiring Directors— Messrs S. Bailey, W. Boag, D. Buddo, John Holmes, J. J. Herrick, R. Morrish. John Rennie. Other nominations —Messrs S. Coleman, L. Matson, F. W. Smith-Anst.ed. 3. To elect Auditors. ROBT. HARDIE. Secretary. 06th June, 1901. 754*2 WAIWHERO SLUICING AND DREDGING CO., LTD. THE FIRST ANNUAL MEETING will be held at the office of the Company, 140 Hereford street. Christchurch, on FRIDAY, 12th July, 1901, at 3 p.m. Business— To receive Report of Directors and Statement of Receipts and Expen&ture. , Election of Auditor for ensuing year. Election of Directors for year. By Order of the Board of Directois. H. A. BRUCE, SG7O Secretary. CHRISTCHURCH ELECTOR.. ITR CHARLES TAYLOR will ADDRESS -"-*- the ELECTORS __.-under: — SA- .j R DAY—Cathedral square MONDAY— Selwyn street School, Addington. TUESDA-—State School, Walthim. WEDNESDAY—CathedraI square. Chair to be taken at 8 p.m., cii.li evening. 8674 CHRISTCHURCH ELECTORATE. -a/TR GEORGE J. SMITH will ADDRESS -"-"- the ELECTORS as under-.— TO-NIGHT —Public Library, Knightown. Chair to bs taken by his Worship the Mayor of St. Albans. Chair to be taken at 8 p.m. Central Committee Rooms—Bowron'a Buildings. Meeting of General Committee on Saturday Evening, in Rooms, at 7 p.m. All Local Committee requested to attend. 8693 (.-.-.ISTCHURCH ELECTORATE. MR A. H. TURNBULL IWIU. ADDRESS THE ELECTORS at the following places: — TO-NIGHT, FRIDAY, July 12th-M«lvale Schoolroom. MONDAY, July 15th—Foresters' Hall, Vogsl street, Richmond TUESDAY, July 16th—Methodist Schoolroom, Selwyn street WEDNESDAY, July 17-Druids' Hall, Colombo road, Sydenham. Chair will be taken each evening at 8 p.m. MEETINGS OF MR TURNBULL'S FRIENDS and SUPPORTERS Will be held at the Close of each Address. MEETINGS OF COMMITTEES— Knightstown Library—FßlDAY", 7.30. Central Rooms, Inglis's Buildings—SATUßDAY", 8 p.m., all Committees. CITIZENS ROLL UP. LIQUOR MONOPOLY. DEMANDS MORE PRIVILEGES. TT is proposed to take away your right to ! -***- vote on the Licensing system every" three | years. j The Liquor Trade is fast becoming the weal- ' thiest monopoly in New Zealand. It is already the most powerful politically. It hurts humanity more than does war, pestilence, and . famine. f The Government and one of ths Candidates at tho uye-election want to give the Liquor Sellers of Christchurch six or nine years' unfettered license. Democratic Rights and the Home Life of this Colony is threatened by this impudent proposal. AN INDICATION MEETING OF CITIZENS Will be held on MO_vDAY EVENING, at 7.45. p.m. A large number of representative Citizen 3 will tak? part in the meeting, including: — Rev. Dr. J. Elmalie, Rev. Dr. R. Erwin, Rev. C. H. Laavs, *"".'. _*.mmber, J. J. Doke, R- J. Murray, C. E. Ward, and Mr T. E. Taylor. Place of Meeting in Saturday's Papers. 8701F PRING Blossom Gold Label Teas, the best in the Market. Obtainable every Grocer's.
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