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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3, Issue 7912, 21 May 1889
amusements pRINOBSS’S THEATRE. SIMONSEN’S ENGLISH AND COMIC OPERA COMPANY. GRAND OPENING NIGHT, TUESDAY, 21st MAY, 1889, M. Simonsen has much pleasure to announce that he will inaugurate a Season of English and Comic Opera in Dunedin, commencing with Wallace's evergreen Opera, in three acts— MABITANA, MABITANA. DonCteaar... DonJosd ... The King ... Captain of the Guard Alcade The Marquis The Marchioness ... Lazarillo ... Mahitana ... Mr W. Walshe Mr Warwick Gainor ... Mr F. England Mr F. Sceats Mr T. Pollard Mr G. Dean Miss Julia Beaumont Mies Florence Seymour Miss Flsa Mat Nobles, Ladies, Soldiers, etc., etc. FOR POSITIVELY TWO NIGHTS ONLY. THURSDAY and FRIDAY. MAY 23 and 24, Lecocq’s Comic Opera, LA FILLS DE MADAME ANGOT. SATURDAY and MONDAY, MAY 25 and 27, Balfo’a Romantic Opera, in three acts, THE BOHEMIAN GIRL, With ‘GirofW-GiroM,’ ‘Faust,’ ‘Satanella,’ ‘ Pinafore,’ ‘ Lea Cloches de Oorneville,’ etc., etc., to follow. Prices of Admission—Dress Circle, ss; Stalls, 3s; Second Stalls, 2s; Fit, Is. Season Tickets, in packets of 18 (transferable, and available any night during the season), L 3 15s. Box Plan at the Dresden Piano Dep6t. Day tickets at S, Jacobs’s and A. Allen’s, Princes street. BOSOO WILSON, Agent. The talented Australian PAYNifi FAMILY, Vocalists, Violinists, Pianistes, and Flautist, assisted by Mr RALPH STEELE, Baritone and Pianist, will appear in TEMPLARS’ HALL, KATKORAT, TO NIGHT, Foresters’ Hall, Port Chalmers, Wednesday, May 22nd; Waikouaiti, Thursday, May 23rd. CITY HALL ELITE SKATING RINK. Under Strictest Supervision. Caversham Band Every Evening. Grand Carnival and Ball, 6th and 7th of Jane. FRIDAY NIGHT, CHALLENGE RACE, 2 Miles, Between Mr Batchelor and G, Reid. SATURDAY NIGHT, GRAND ONE-MILE WHEBFLBARROW RACE, For Handsome Medal and the Championship, Between Drummond and A. Reid. T. H. WOOTTON, Manager, PALACE SKATING RINK, Moray place.Now open daily—Morning, Afternoon, and Evening. Look out for Thursday Night, May 23rd, Grand Polo Match on Skates, Oamaru versus Palace Rink; Oaraaru captained by Baunald Hood, Dunedin ditto by “Smiler," the famous Maori footballer, who has just arrived from England. Admission, one shilling. No charge for the use of Private Skates, JjHRST CHURCH SOCIAL REUNION. GARRISON HALL, TO-MORROW (Wednesday) EVENING, 22nd MAY, 7.30 to 10.30. Vocal and Instrumental Programme. Conductor and Accompanist, Mr J. Timson. Leader of Orchestra ... Mr A. F. Robertshaw. Art Gallery and other Attractions. Refreshment provided. Admission ... One Shilling. LOST AND FOUND. LOST, by Widow, on Saturday, small Bag (money). Please return next house MXaren’s Store, Howe street. LOST, on Saturday, between Newington and Caledonian Ground, Gold Safety-pin Brooch. Toward on returning to Hyams, Princes street. ___ WILL the Party who took Greyhound Pup from J. Cotton’s please return, as he is known. SHIPPING. FOR SYDNEY VIA LYTTELTON, WELLINGTON, AND AUCKLAND. RINGAROOMA, S.S., on THURSDAY, 23rd MAY. Passengers at specially reduced rates. For further particulars apply to UNION STEAM SHIP COMPANY OP NEW ZEALAND, Limited. UNION STEAMSHIP COMPANY OF NEW ZEALAND (LIMITED), TIME TABLE. FOR OAMARU,— BEAUTIFUL STAR, s.s. on Tuesdays and Fridays. Passengers from Ducedin Wharf This Day (Tueday) at 10 p.m. FOR LYTTELTON, WELLINGTON, PIOTON. NELSON. TARANAKI. AND MANUKAU. - PENGUIN, s.s., on Tuesday, 28th May. Passengers from Dunedin Wharf at 3 p.m. FOR LYTTELTON, WELLINGTON, NAPIER. GISBORNE, and AUCKLAND. —WAIHORA, 5.8., on Wednesday, 22nd May. Passengers from Dunedin Wharf at 3 p.m. EOR SYDNEY VIA LYTTELTON, WELLINGTON. NAPIER. GISBORNE, AND AUCKLAND-WAIHORA, s s., on Wednesday, 22nd May. Passengers per 2.30 p.m. train. . ess FOR SYDNEY VIA LYTTELTON AND WELLINGTON,—HAUROTO, s-s., about Tuesday, 28th May. FOR MELBOURNE VIA BLUFF. -TB ANAU. s.B ,on Thursday, 23rd May. Passengers per 2 30 p.m. train. FOR FIJI from AUCKLAND.-MAWHBRA 5.8., about Saturday 22ad June, FOR TONGA AND SAMOA, - WAINUI from AUOiCi.ANV', about Wednesday June 5. Freight »nd Passengers boobed through. Full partied w on application, FOB TONGA. SAMOA. AND TAHITI.— RICHMOND s.s., about Saturday 29th June, SPECIAL CARGO AND PASSENGER SERVICE, Reduced Fares and Cargo Prices. FOR WESTPORT VIA TIMARU, AKAROA, LYTTELTON, WELLINGTON, AND NELBO N. MAHINAPUA, s.s,. on Friday, 24th May. Passengers from Dunedin Wharf at 4 p.m. FOR GREYMOUTH(taking cargo for Hokitika) VIA OAMARU, TIMARU, LYTTELTON, AND WELLINGTON. BRUNNER, s.s., This Day (Tuesday), 2lst May. Passengers from Dunedin Wharf at 10 p.m. FOR AUCKLAND VIA OAMa.RU, TIMARU. NAPIER, GISBORNE, AND TAURANGA. A STEAMER early. Cargo at Wharf, Offices : Corner of Vogel, Water, and Cumberland »treets. LA r lEB’ WINTER GLOVES, LADIES’ WINTER GLOVES. LADIES’ WINTER GLOVES. Brown, swing, and go. have much pleasure in intimating to their Lady Patrons that the Glove Department is fully stocked with New Winter Gloves of every description—only reliable makes kept in stock. Our Homo Buyers have inst notions to send Leading Novelties by every Direct Steamer. Customers and Visitors can rely on getting the newest Promenade, Evening, Biding, and Driving Gloves, LADIES’ KID GLOVES.—The Ruddigore, Florence, Guyon (with large buttons), Russe de Kason, Piqud, Chevrette, Chantilly, etc, (4 and 6-olaep and buttons, black and colors), LADIES’ SUE OB GLOVES, in tans, slates, grey, gobelin, white, cream, etc ; also extra long, for evening wear, in white, cream, and tan. LADD'S’ WINTER GLOVES, Russian Calf (4-clasp, also lined and fur tops), Toronto and A-traohan, Sleigh Gauntlets (with deep fur cuff and lined). LADIES’ RIDING GLOVES, in tan dogskin.—The Newmarket and Gordon Tan. LADIES’ CASHMERE AND TAFFETA GLOVES, endless variety; Evening Silk Gloves, all shades and lengths. CHILDREN’S GLOVES.-Choice selection, suitable for the winter season, BROWN, EWING, AND CO. WANTED Known—Brass and Gun-metal Castings Daily. Anderson and Morrison. ORNS yield toLoasby’s Solvent after every* thing else fails. Causes no pain; leaves no sore—ls,
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