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AMUSEMENTS RINOESS'S THEATER Sole Lessee and Manager ... Arthur Vivian. Unabated Success of ARTHUR VIVIAN'S MELBOURNE OPERA HOUSE DRAMATIC COMPANY. WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY, EAST LYNNE, With Helen Vivian. W. G. Carey, and Full Cast. Note.—Special Late Train to Port and Moagiel. Friday and Saturday, L4I/Y AUDLEY'S SECRET, and the comedy BAM, as played in Wellington at request of Earl and Countess of Onslow. Prices—4s, 2b 6d, and la. ALAOE SEATING RINK. TO-NIGHT. TO-NIGHT. NOTICE. Owing to the Great Success of the KINGSLEY BBO&, Champions of the Wheel, We have much pleasure in announcing a GRAND COMPLIMENTARY BENEFIT For THIS (Tuesday) EVENING, When the Brothers will give 2 Performances, repeating all their past exhibitions, and introducing some new and very difficult feats; Doors open at 7.30. First Exhibition at 8.15. Admission, One Shilling. KB.—Look out for the Palace Carnival, July 22 and 23. Skaters' Tickets now on tale at Rink Office. W. CROOKFOKD, Manager.

>(ITY HALL SKATING RINK, y DOWUNCI STBBET. A GRAND MASQUERADE CARNIVAL Will bo held on THURSDAY AND FRIDAY EVENINGS, July 4th and sth. Grand March of Masked Skaters at 8.45 each Evening. General Skating for the Public from 9 o'clock to 10.30. WEDNESDAY NIGHT, GRAND 3-MILE RACE, Between Mr FLETCHER, of Port Chalmers, and Mr L. KEMNITZ, of Dunedin. Skaters' Cam'val Tickets can now be had at the Office. T. H. WOOTTON, Manager. ILL SAINTS' SCHOOLROOM, THURSDAY, JULY 4, 8 p.m. • THE DIVERTING HISTORY OP JOHN GHiPIN,' AND •A FIT OF THE BLUES.' Vocalists—Miss Home, Miss Murison, Miss Treseder, Miss Wilson, Mr Howlison, Mr Jago, Mr M'Langhlin, and Chorus. Tickets (ONE SHILLING) at Humffray's, George street. "ISS ANNETTE WILSON AND MR - ARTHUR TOWBEY have the honor to announce a.Series of SIX AFTERNOON (Saturday) CONCERTS, commencing JULY 13. Subscription: 12 Tickets, 10s 6d; Single Admission, 2s 6d. Intending Subscribers please enter their names at Messrs Begg and Co.'s and Dresden Pianoforte Music Warehouses. FORESTERS' HALL, PORT CHALMERS. FA. COXHEAD'S Views of N.Z., etc, • Illustrated by Limelight, WEDNESDAY and THURSDAY, 3rd and 4th July. Tickets at Mr S. Voisey's.

MEETINGS. MEETING OF MEMBERS and Intend ingMembera of ROSLYN GUN CLUB will be held in Conway's Hotel, Koalyn, on WEDNESDAY EVENING, at 8 p.m. Business: To Elect Officers and Adopt Rules. LODGE OF OTAGO, 844, E.C. rHE REGULAR MONTHLY MEETING of the above Lodge will be held in the Freemasons' Hall, Moray place, on Wednesday, the 3rd inst., at 7.80 p.m., and will be closed at 9.30 p.m. The W.M.s, Wardens, and brethren of the English Lodges in the District are particularly requested to attend. By order of the W.M. W. RONALD3ON, P.M., Secretary. GRAND LODGE OF NEW ZEALAND. LyTASONS whose Lodges have passed the r A resolution in favor of the formation of a Grand Lodge of New Zealand, and Masons whose Lodges have not yet considered the question, are particularly requested to meet in the Supper Room of the Masonic Hall, on Wednesday, the 3rd inst., at 9.30 p.m., immediately after the closing of the Lodge of Otago, 844, E.C., to consider the following: To form themselves into a Masonio Union; to Elect an Executive Committee, Chairman, and Honorary Secretary. To Appoint Three Delegates from the Union to a Preliminary Convention in Wellington. To Consider the Proposal of Calling the General Convention in September, T. G. DE BENZY, W.M., Lodge of Otago, 844, E.G., District Grand Treasurer, Otago and Southland, E.C.

THE GAELIC SOCIETY. HE ORDINARY~MONTHLY MEETING will be held in the Oddfellows' Hall, Stuart street, To-morrow (Wednesday) Evening, at 8 o'clock. WM. MACLEOD, Hon. See. EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTE OP OTAGO. ANNUAL MEETING IN CHOEAL HALL, MORAY PLAOF, ON WEDNESDAY, 3rd JULY. 11 A.M. Nomination of Candidates to the Council of the New Zealand Educational Institute; Report of Delegates; Deputation consisting of the Standing Committee of the Dnnedin and Suburban Schools' Conference for the purpose of conferring as to the most suitable time for the Midwinter Holidays. Mr A. W. Tyndall (representative of Tuapeka Branch) on ' Bibliolatry.' Mr D. Ross (representative of Waitaki Branch) to read a Paper to open the motion re New Zealand Eduoational Institute below. Evening, 8 o'clock. E. E. Mobmson, Esq., M.A., on 'Juvenile Mr 0. Mahonbt (representative of Milton Branch) to open a discussion on 'The Advantages of a Non-political Council in Lien of Education Boards' JAMES RENNIB, Secretary.; LECTURES. KNOX CHURCH. ,HB REV. DR MAOGRBGOB (of St. Outhbertfs, Edinburgh) will LECTURE SN KNOX CHURCH ; TO-MORROW (Wednesday) EVENING, At 8 o'olook* Subject}' Tha Resurrection of Our Lord Jesus Christ.* ANKRUPTOY NOTICE. GAZETTI IN BANKRUPTCY, HE BY eTi N G STAB ' is duly appointed Gasette for the ] tion of all Ndtices under the Banhraptoy Aot. In the Superior Court of Bankruptcy, kolden. at Dunedin. No7om In the matter of "The Bankruptcy ]88&" and the Amendments thereof, and in the matter of JOHN FORD,, of Dunedin, grocer, trading as "J. Ford and C 0.," a Bankrupt. HHE ABOVE-NAMED John Ford having Bankrupt, I hereby ..summon the First General Meeting of Cieditors to be held at my Office, Rattray street, on Friday, the sth, day of- Jtaly; 1889, at three o'clock in the afternoon, Dated at Dunedin this, %id 4fty of July, 1889. JAMES ASHOROJT, Official Assignee, FIMBjETOANtyTfIOBNTGN, ' Dunedin,

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 5, Issue 7948, 2 July 1889

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 5 Issue 7948, 2 July 1889

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