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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4, Issue 7931, 12 June 1889
LATE ADVERTISEMENTS. AStJFFFRER from Nervous and Wasting Debility, Lots cf Vigor, etc., was restored to health in such a remarkable manner, after all else had failed, that be Will, on receipt of a self-addressed, stamped envelope, send the mode cf cure Free to all fellowsufferers. Address “A Miner,” G.P.0., Sydney. ___ AT a Meeting of the Brickmakera’ Society on the 10th inst. it was resolved that the Price of Bricks be L 3 per 1,000 at the kiln (not cash} on and after 17th June. W. DUxNFORD, See. AMUSEMENTS pRINCESS’S THEATRE. TO MORROW (THURSDAY) EVENING, JUNE 13. CONCERT, WITH TABLEAUX VIVANTS, BY PUPILS OF THE DOMINICAN CONVENT, In aid of the CONVENT SCHOOL BUILDING FUND. Conductor ... Mb F. Leech. TABLEAUX VIVANTS shown with LIMELIGHT by Mr G. H. Maebde.v. Fkochujijie : Grand Overture (Pianos and firings)—‘ Poet and Peasant’ (Suppe), Convent Pupils, with FuU Band. Double Quartet —‘Hark ! ’tis the Indian Drum’ (Bishop).—Convent Pupils, Violin Solo —‘ Seventh Air ’ (De Beriot).—Miss May Howell. Tableau —‘ Ireland in the Past ’ (First Scene). Piano Duet Scharwenka), (4, Gin g),—Tho Misses Irwin. Tableau— 1 Ireland in the Past’ (Second Scene). Duo Concertant (Two Vio'ins) —‘ Op. 4 ’ (Romberg).—The Misses Dickenson atd Howell. Song—‘Oh, Stay with Me’ (Mat ei'.—Miss Mills. Tableau —‘lreland in the Present’ (First Scene), Piano Solo—‘ Douriome Mazurk’ (Godard). — Mrs Montague. Tableau (Comic)-‘lreland in the Present’ (Second Scene). Chorus ‘ Slumber Darling ’ (Curwen) —■ Convent Pupils. Grand Dno— * Eelisario ’ (Gtoi ia)—Mrs Montagus and Miss K, Moloney. Song—* The Swallow ’ (I insuti),—Miss Poppelwel>. Piano Solo— ‘ Bagatta Veneziana’ tL’zst).—Miss May Howell. Violin Solo ‘Homage a Paganini’ (Vieuitemps).—Miss Dickinson. Tableau—* Ireland in the Future ’ (First Scene : Home Rule). Piano Solo ‘ Polish National Danes ’ (Scharwenka).—Miss K. Moloney. Tableau—‘lreland in the Future’ (Second Scene : A United Kingdom). G rand Overture (Pianos and Strings)— ‘ Wilhelm Tell ’ (Rossini).—Convent Pupils (with full baud). Finale—The New Zealand National Anthem. Two upright grand pianos kindly lent by tho Dresden Piano Company. Pricf* of Admission Dress Circle, 3s ; Stalls, 2s; Pit, Is. Tickets at the Dresden and Messrs C. Begg and Co.’s. Doors open at 7.30 o’clock. Concert at 8 p.m. iALACE SKATING RINK, Moray Place. Great Success. TO-NIGHT, TO-NIGHT, MISS SYLVESTER, The World’s Champion LADY SKATER, In her GREAT FIRE ACT FIRE ACT FIRE ACT ON SKATES, ON SKATES, 3 Performances To-Night. Look out for Friday’s Papers. €4ITY HALL SKATING RINK. ) Undt r Competent Supervision, OPEN MORNING, AFTERNOON, AND EVENING. Beat Floor in the Colony. Saturday Night—Grand S-Mi!e Race (Handicap). Names are now being booked at the office for the above contest. Look out for the next Grand Carnival. T. H. WOOTION, Manager. MEETINGS. LODGE OTAGO KILWINNING, No. 417. S.O. THE MONTHLY MEETING of this Lodge will be held at the Freemasons’ Hall, Moray place, Dunedin, TO-MORROW (Thursday), 13th instant, at 7.80 p.m. Business; Initiation. Visiting brethren cordially invited. W. N, BASJTIAN, R.W.M. DUNEDIN WEST. I SHALL BE HAPPY TO MEET THE ELECTORS at the LEITH VALLEY SCHOOLHOUSE, TO-MORROW (Thursday) EVENING, at eight o’clock. W. DOWNIE STEWART. DUNEDIN SOUTH. MR H. S. FISH, Jiw , will ADDRESS the ELECTORS of Dunedin South, at the PRINCESS’S THEATRE, on FRIDAY, the 14th June, at 8 o’clock p.ra. His Worship the Mayor will preside. CTAQO UNIVERSITY. A MEETING of Graduates and Students of the University will be bald at the University on FRIDAY EVENING next, 14 th inst., at 8 o’clock, to consider Dr Fitohetfs Bill dealing with the Otago University. Dr Fitehett will address the meeting. BOARD AND RESIDENCE. MRS HENDERSON, Nurse, Glea road 1 Mornington, has Opened a Comfortable Home for Patients (lying-in and others) in a healthy locality. Excellent accommodation for Invalids and Convalescents. ACANOY for Couple of Steady Boarders, Apply Mrs Gaffey, Grosvenor street, Kensington (near school). B~OARD and Residence for Two Friends, prii ate family, near University. Addrees “Home,” Albany street P.O. CARD and Lodging for Two young Men; private family; central; moderate terms. Address “Private, £tab Office. LOST AND FOUND. LOST, Purse, between Roslyn and Octagon, containing money, papers, and railway pass (Port Chalmers to Dunedin), “MissK. Innes"; reward. A. Lees, High street, Roslyn, or 48 George street. LOST (Friday evening last), Bunch of Keys. Reward at Stab Office. BANKRUPTCY NOTICE. y, 8. GAZETTE IN BANKRUPTCY, The evening star Is duly appointed Gazette for the publication of all Notices under the Bankruptcy Aot, In the Supreme Court of Bankruptcy, bolden at Dunedin, In the matter of “The Bankruptcy Act, 1883,” and the Amendments thereof. ■VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that I, J3I William Henderson, of Kaitangata, in the provincial district of Otago, in New Zealand, farmer, have this day filed in the said Court a petition to be adjudged a bankrupt. Dated this twelfth day of June, 1889. W. HENDERSON. And notice is hereby further given that the First Meeting of Creditors of William Henderson above-named will be held at the Office of Daniel Stewart, Solicitor, Balolutha, on Wednesday, the nineteenth day of June, 1889, at the hour of half-past eleven o’clock in the forenoon. JAMES ASHCROFT, Official Assignee! Daniel Stbwaet, Solicited, Balolutha.
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