OPERA HOUSE. Lessee and Manager ... Mr. Tom Pollard Treasurer Mr. W. O'Sullivaa TO-NIGHT (FRTDAY), 12th AUG., Ana TO-MORROW (Saturday), 13th Auo., POLLARD'S OPERA COMPANY, In the Great Moral and Religious Drama, UNCLE TOM'S CABIN, With all the original Scenery, Wardrobe, Properties, Songs, Dances, Hymns, Jubil<*os, &c, including the Marvellous Sensational Scene, THE SWING FOR LIFE. TO-MORROW (Saturday) AFTERNOON, 13th August, Doors open 1 30, commencing 2 o'clock, UNCLE TOM'S CABIN. For the Benefit of Schools and Families. Special Matinee Prices. — Circle — Adults, 2s ; Children, Is. Stalls and Family Circle — Adults, Is ; Children, 6d. Monday, Aug. 15 ... THE MIKADO. Tuesday, Aug. 1G ... BOCCACCIO. Wednesday, Aug. 17 FATINITZA. The Production under the Sole Direction of MR. TOM POLLARD. Musical Director ... Mr. H. T. Harrison. Box plan at Holliday's. Pollard's Popular Prices — Dress Circle and Stalls, 3s ; Family Circle, 2s ; Pit, Is ; Orchestral Stalls, ss. Day Sale Tickets can be secured in the Stalls Entrance only, from 10 till 1 and from 2 till 6 daily. FRED. W. DUVAL, Business Manager. NEW ZEALAND ACADEMY OB FINE ARTS. THE TENTH ANNUAL EXHIBITION IS NOW OPEN, 11 a.m. to 5.30 p.m., and 7.30 to 10p.m. daily. Afternoon Tea at 3.45 p.m. Arrangements have been made with the Meredith Tea Rooms for Tea, &c, to be supplied both afternoon and evenings during the currency of the Exhibition. ART UNION TICKETS. 5s Each. May be obtained from members of tb.9 Council or from the Custodian. Admission, Is. LEWIS H. B. WILSON, Seoretary. /^. ARRISON BAND will play a Programme of Selected Music in the Basin Reserve on SUNDAY NEXT (weather permitting), commencing at 2.45 p.m. A collection will be tnken up in aid of a Brother Bandsman, Mr. H. Dixon. T. HERD, Bandmaster. H. DAVIS, Seoretary. FOOTBALL. npHERE will be NO Football Matches on the Athletic Park TO-MORROW, in consequence of the wet state of the ground. W. C. MARTER, Hon. Sec. W.R.F.U. rriHORNDON WESLEYAN SCHOOLX ROOM, MOLESWORTH-STREET. The Concert which was to have taken place To-night has been POSTPONED until some future time, in consequence of the inclement weather. WELLINGTON CITY TRAMWAYS. NOTICE. IN order that the Travelling Public may in no way be inconvenienced through the Tramways having changed hands, we have decided to make Mr. Hall's Card Tickets, now in circulation, still available on the Cars. R. PETERSEN, Manager. 10th August, 1898. WELLINGTON CITY COUNCIL. SEPTEMBER ELECTIONS. TO THE BURGESSES op TE ARO WARD T ADIES AND GENTLEMEN— I beg to JLi announce that I shall offer myself as a Candidate for Te Aro Ward, vice Councillor Smith, who has notified his intention of not seeking re-election. I shall take an early opportunity, through the press or from the platform, of announcing my views on municipal matters. — I have the honour to remain, yours most obediently. WILLIAM M'LEAN. POULTRY. MY Stock having gained the principal prizes at the leading Shows last year, I am now prepared to offer fanciers and farmers Eggs from any breed for the sum of four shillings per sitting of thirteen; nine chicks guaranteed. Delivered to any part of New Zealand on receipt of postal note. My yards contain : — Minorcas. Langshans, Houdans, Leghorns (white and brown), Plymouth Rocks, Light Brabmas. Silver Grey Dorking The fowls are pure-bred, and require no puff Orders sent in rotation — first come fir^ served. Address — Jno. Shaw, Blenheim Marlborough. NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TRANS FER OF LICENSE. T THOMAS KIRKWOOD, of Kilbirnie • near Wellington, being the holder of i Publican's License in respect of the house and premises situate at Kiibirnie. and known by the sign of the Kilbirnie Hotel, do hereby give notice that I desire to obtain, and will at tho next Incensing Meeting to be holden at the Magistrate's Court, Lower Hutt, on the 7th day of September. IS9B, apply for a Transfer of the said License from myself to William Thomas Watts, my appointee. Dated the 9th day of August, IS9S. THOMAS KIRKWOOD. Morison & Louqhnan, Solicitors, W T el« ling ton. IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE 05 GEORGE FRIEND, Deceased. IT is particularly requested that all per sons having accounts against the abovt estate should render the same to the under signed not later than SATURDAY, the 20tl August. MATILDA FRIEND, Administratrix, C 3, Thorndon-quay. SALVAGE SALEI AND PRIOR TO STOCK-TAKING, BICYCLE SUNDRIES, SLIGHTLY DAMAGED BY WATER Goods Under Cost Price. I 10 PER CENT. OFF BICYCLES FOR ONE MONTH. JENKINSON & CO M 15, Willis-street. FUNERAL NOTICE. IMIE Friends of Mr. J. Taylor are respect* fully invited to attend the Funeral of his late Wife, Ann, which will leave th« Wellington Hospital To-morrow (Saturday), 13th August, IS9B, at 1.30 p.m., for Karor' Cemetery. E. MORRIS, Jun., Undertaker, 10, Taranaki-street. Telephone 937. FUNERAL NOTIOL. ri^HE Friends of the late Mrs. Mar,> F. JL Murphy, late of Ghuznee-street, are respectfully invited to attend her Funeral, which will leave the Wellington Hospiial To-morrow (Saturday), 13th August, IS9B, ni 9 a.m., for Karori Cemetery. E. MORRIS, Jun., Undertaker* 10, Taranaki-street. Telephone 937,
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