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Page 3 Advertisements Column 7, Issue 7940, 22 June 1889
AMUSEMENTS PRINCESS'S THEATRE. Leasee and Manager ... Arthur Vivian. Arthur Vivian's Powerful Dramatic Compaay. THIS and MONDAY and TUESDAY, The Great Nautical Drama MISSING AT LLOYD'S. Helen Vivian, Mr W. G. Carey, Arthur Vivian, and Full Cast. Pricß—4s, 2s Cd, and Is, ALACE SKATING RINK, Moray Place. Now Open Daily—Morning, Afternoon, and Evening. Instruction in Skating Free. ENGINEERS' BAND EVERY EVENING. ADMISSION-ONE SHILLING. ANNOUNCEMENT EXTRAORDINARY. TONIGHT. TONIGHT. First Appearance in Duncdin of the World Famed KINGSLEY BROTHERS, Fancy Trick and Double Bicyclists, Wouders of tho "Wheels, Don't Fail to See Them. Notick.—Look out for tho Palace Grand Fancy Dress Carnival for Adults. Tickets to be had on application at Rink Office. IITY HALL SKATING RINK. U TO-NIGHT: SATURDAY NlGHT—Second and Final Heat of the grand 3-mile Race for handsome Medal. MONDAY EVENlNG—Ladies' Invitation. WEDNESDAY EVENING - Grand Threemile Comic Race, Bicycle versus Skates. NEXT SATURDAY AFTERNOON and EVENING-MISS MABEL SYLVESTER will make her final appearance at the above Rink, when she will give Two Exhibitions in the Afternoon and Three in tho Evening, changing her costumes for each exhibition. Look out for our GRAND MASQUERADE CARNIVAL, 4th and sth JPLY. T. H. WOOTTON, Manager. HANOVER STREET FREE READING ROOM. V GRAND CONCERT in aid of the above will be held in the Baptist Church Schoolroom, Hanover street, on WEDNESDAY, 26th JUNE, commencing at 8 p.m. Misses Leech, Cooper, Joel, Wiseman, and Derbyshire, and Moßsrs James Coombs, A. F. Robertshaw, T, Bracken, John Stone, Umbers, DcDsem, Jago, Joel, Hunter, Young, Vallis, and others have kindly consented to assist, Admission, Is. | BEEN ISLAND SKATING RINK, VOLUNTEER HALL. MISS MABEL SYLVESTER, The celebrated Lady Skater, will Perform at the abovo Rink on 27th and 28 th JUNE INST. Admission - ONE SHILLING. Commencing at half-past eight p.m. Performance on 28th will be concluded by a Dance. Admiasion-TWO SHILLINGS. Refreshments provided. MR GEORGE CRAWFORD, M.C. WM. S. WILLIAMS, Proprietor. T. JOHN'S HALL, ROSLYNTHE NINTH ANNIVERSARY OF THE OPENING OF ST. JOHN'S CHURCH Will bo held on TUESDAY EVENING, JUNE 25, 1889. Public Tea at G p.m. Entertainment at 8 p.m. Peogramme : Part I.—Concert. Selection, 'The Queen's Messenger' (Manning) Orchestra. Song, ' The Lifeboat' (Adams) —Mr Dcnscm. Song, 'ln Old Madrid' (Trotcrc)—Mr T. Hunter. Vocal Quartet, ' Evening'-- Messrs Hunter, Sehwecrs, H. B. Smith, and Dcnscm. Violin Solo ' Air Vaircc' ■ Mr G. H. Sohacht. Vocal Duct, 'The Cluunou Hunters '—Messrs Smith and Dcnscm. Pianoforte Solo, ' Last Rose of Suosmer' (Thalberg)-Mrß Palmer. Song, *Tho Falconer' (Pinsuti)—Mr H. B. Smith. Vocal Quartet, 'The Rhine' Messrs Hunter, Schweers, Smith, and Densem, Selection, ' Pompadour Gavotte ' (Bogetti) Orchestra. Accompanists, Horr Schweers, Messrs Towsey, Riedle, and Robertshaw. Part ll.—An Amusing Farce, ' : BOX AND COX." Overture. Characters: Mr Cox (hatter), Mr Arthur Bayley ; Mr Box (printer), Mr Walter Bayley; Mrs Bouncer (landlady), Miss F, Bayley. Piano kindly lent by Dresden Pianoforte Company. Tickets—Tea and Entertainment, 2s; Entertainment, Is. CARGILL ROAD WESLEYAN OHUBOH. A SALE OF WORK Will be held in ST. PETER'S SCHOOLROOM On TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY, 257 H and 26th JUNE. A Large Variety of Goods will be Offered at Strictly Moderate Prices. Christmas Troa! Shooting Gallery ! Concert each Evening. Admission, Sixpence ; Children, Halfprice. Open from 3 p.m. to 10 p m. CHILDREN'S TABLEAUX VIVANTS, St. Paul's Schoolroom, MONDAY, JULY Ist. Interspersed with Vocal and Instrumental Music. GOVERNMENT NOTICES. CROWN LANDS SALE * j by Auction, at the Crown Lands Office, Duncdin, on THURSDAY, 18th JULY, 1889, at noon. PASTORAL LICENSES. BEAUMONT DISTRICT-ScctionH 8 and 9, block 11.. 1 to G, block VIII.; and TUAPEKA WEST DlSTßlCT—Sections 74a and 75, block III.; about 3,7% acres. Term, seven years. Upset rental, L 94 18j per annum. WAIHEMO DISTRICT Sections 3, block VIII.; and I, block IX.; about 988 acres. Term, 14 years. Upset rental, Lls per annum. RUN 36, LAKE COUNTY—About 2,500 acres. Term, seven years. Upset rental, Lls per annum. RUN 458 (Class I.), LAKE COUNTY—About 23,100 acres. Term, 21 ypars. Upset rental, L 5 per annum. Possession of the foregoing runß will be given on day of sale. DUN BACK DlSTßlCT—Sections 10, 12, and 13, block I. ; about 588 acres. Term, seven years. Upset rental, Ll4 l4s per annum. Possession on Ist September, 1889. RUN 209 (Class I.), Part of KUREHEKA STATION, WAITAKI COUNTY—About 5,200 acres. Term, 10 years. Upset rental, L6O per annum. Subject to valuation for improvements to an amount not to exceed L 420, to be juid one month before Ist March, 1890, the date on which possession will bb given. The foregoing runs will bo sold generally in accordance with tho provisions of part VI. of " The Land Act. 1885." Purchasers will require to deposit a half year's rent, and 21s license fee on fall of hammer. RURAL, VILLAGE, and SUBURBAN DEFERRED PAYMENT LANDS (Reopened). DUNBACK DISTRICT (Rural)-Seotion 14, block V.; 269 a2r 14p. Upset price, LI 10s per acre; valuation for improvements, L 59 sb. ROCK AND PILLAR DISTRICT (Rural)— Section 12, block III.; 154 a3r 3;>. Upset price, LI 10a per acre; valuation for improvements, L 54. TUAPEKA WEST DISTRICT (Village)Section 7, block XIV.; 4a 3r S4p. Upset price, LI 10a per acre; valuation for improvements, Lll 12s. Section 22, block XIV.; 5a Or sp. Upßct price, LI 10a per acre. WAIKOIKOI TOWNSHIP (Suburban)—Section 13; 1 aero. Upßet price, L 5; valuation for improvements, L 3 4s. Section 20, la lr 39p. Upset price, L 5 per acre. Purchasers must deposit statutory declaration required by section 113 of "The Land Act, 1885," and pay the first half-year's instalment, together with 21s license fee and valuation for improvements (if any) at time of sale. TOWNSHIPS. Town Sections in KUROW and OPHIR TOWNSHIPS. Upset price, L3O per acre. Suburban Sections in MOERAKI TOWNSHIP, from 3 roods to 2 acres each. Upset price, L 3 per acre. Terms: 20 per cent, deposit on fall of hammer; balance, with Crown grant fee (20s), to be paid within thirty days from day of sale. In cases of Sections 5, Block XIII., and 3, BlookXlV, Moeraki, purchasers will have to pay coat of transfer, L2l2s. Plans and further information on application at this office. J. P. MAITLAND, Commissioner of Crown Lands. Crown Lands Office, Dunedip, 17th June, 1889
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