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LATE ADVERTISEMENTS RUGS. RUGS. RUGS. RUGS.' RUGS. RUGS. Opossum Ruga. Opossum Rugs. Opossum Rug--. Opossum Rugs. Opossum Rugs. Opossum Rugs. Opossum Rugs. Opossum Rugs. Gposeum Rugs. Opossum Rugs, Opossum Rugs. Opossum Rugs. Opossum Rugs. Opossum Rugs, Opossum Rugs. Opossum Rugs. Opossum Ruga, Opossum Rugs. Opossum Rugs. Opossum Rugs, Opossum Rugs. Opossum Rugs, Opossum Rugs. Opossum Rugs. Opossum Rugs, Opossum Rugs. Opossum ‘Rugs. Brown, ewing, and CO. are showing an Extensive Assortment of AUSTRALASIAN SKIN RUGS, including— WALLABY, KANGAROO, SILVER OPOSSUM, MOUNTAIN OPOSSUM, BLAOK OPOSSUM, VICTORIA BEAR, Etc. Also a very special lino of Opossum Bugs mounted with tails and lined. Grey Gipplsand Opossum Rugs, lined; prices from 13 13s to L 5 ss. “Joey" Kangaroo Rugs, lined; prices, L 5 ; splendid carriage rugs. Fur Wallaby Rugs; prices from L 3 10s to L 6. These Rugs are all picked. Winter Skins, thoroughly tanned, and cannot be surpassed for quality and value. B&OVJS, EWING, *st> CO. AMUSEMENTS pRINCESS’S THEATRE. Lessee ... ... ... Hugo. TO-NIGHT ! TO-NIGHT ! GRAND OPENING NIGHT OF AUSTRALASIA’S GREATEST FAVORITES. 25 HUGO’S BUFFALO MINSTRELS, 23 AND NEW ENGLISH. AMERICAN, AND AUSTRALIAN STARS. A Powerful Combination, who have just completed the most successful seasons ever known in Auckland, Wellington, Wanganui, and Christchurch. UTarlr flm "I'Jnmos • CHARLES HUGO, the drollest of all droll negro delineators. MISS PRISCILLA VERNE, America’s Peerlesj Queen of Serio-comic Artistes. DAN TRACEY, the Irish Comedian, acknowledged to be the Greatest Dancer ever seen in the Colonies. (His first appearance.) MISS OONNY DEVEREUX and DICK SKEATS, the refined and popular Sketch Artistes and Vocalists, (Their first appearance.) MISS LILLIE WARREN, the charming Con tralto and Character Artiste. MISS TESSIE CLEVELAND, the accomplished Soprano Vocalist. WILL HUGO, the celebrated Dancer and Comedian. ERNEST GODFREY, Baritone Singer, Banjoist, and Musical Artiste. (His first appearance.) The AUSTRALIAN TOM THUMB, W. A. Robinson, Esq., the Grotesque Comedian and Clever Slack Who Performer. (His first appearance.) ALFWADLBY, Dancer. (His first appearance.) FRED HAYWARD, Tenor. JOHN CULLEN, Endman. First time in Dunedin of our new first part, Entitled, LIFE ON THE MISSISSIPPI. Limelight Effects by Aliok Ashton. FULL AND EFFICIENT ORCHESTRA, Under the Direction of Murray Williams, Hugo’s Original Prices. —Dress Circle, 2s; Stalls, Is; Pit, fid. Box Plan at Dresden. Tickets at Allen’s and Jacobs’s. SATURDAY AFTERNOON NEXT, At 2.30 o’clock, GRAND MATINEE PERFORMANCE, For Schools and Families, when a most amusing Children’s Programme will be presented, in which the Children’s Pet, THE AUSTRALIAN TOM THUMB, will take a prominent part. Nominal Prices; Circle, Is; Downstairs, fid. Patrons are requested to purchase all tickets ai the money-box, Princess’s Theatre, or at the day ticket office, as money must not be taken by the check-takers at tho doors. R. A. UNDERWOOD, Business Manager. Gr RAND CONCERT, TO BE GIVEN IN CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH, Great King street (opposite Museum), FRIDAY, JULY 19, at 8 P.M., by Moray place Congregational Church Choir, to be assisted by some of our Leading Vocalists.

PROGRAMME. Paht T. Sacred. 1. ‘ Gloria in Excelsis,’ 12:h Mass (Mozart).— The Choir. 2. * Cleansing Fires’ (Claribel).— Mr James Jago. 3. Trio (‘Elijah ‘Lift Thine Byes ’ (Mendelssohn),—Mrs Israel, Miss Jago, and Mrs Peake. 4. Anthem—* 0, taslo and seo ’ (Sullivan) 5. Quartet (’ Namann ’)—‘ Honor and Glory ’ (Costa). —Mrs Israel, Mies Jago, Messrs Bono and W. Thomson. 6. Anthem — 1 Jesu, Word of God Incarnate ’ (Gounod). 7. Air (‘ Elijah ’)--• If With all Your Hearts’ (Mendelssohn).—Mr W. C. Bowkcr. 8 t'horns (‘ St. Paul ’)—‘How Lovely are the Messengers. ’—(Mendelssohn). Interval of five minutes. Paet 11. Secular. 1. Piano Duet— 1 From Foreign Parts’(Moszkowski).—Miss Jago and Mr Albert Vallis. 2, Song—‘Come into the Garden, Maud’ (Balfe).—Mr Ohas. Umbers, 8. Solo and Chorus—* Now Tramp ’ (Bishop). —Mrs Israel and Choir. 4. Song—‘The Last Muster’ (H. Pontet).— Mr W. Young. 5. Song—' Time and Tide ’ (P. Rodney).—Misa Coote. 6. Glee— 1 Hunting Song ’ (Benedict), 7. Song—‘Will o’ the Wisp’ (Cherry).—Mr Jas. Jcgo. 8. Round -‘Hark, 'tis the Indian Drum (Bishop).—Mrs Istael, Misses Jago, Peake, and Christie. 9. Song—* Wee JowkyDaidlos’ (R. Q. Riddell). —Miss Thomson. 10. Duet—‘Excelsior’ (Balfe).—Messrs Ohas. Umbers and Jago. 11. Glee— 1 Good Night, Beloved ’ (Pinsuti), Mr A, Tallis, Musical Conductor.

Admission, Is. Children, 6d. Piano kindly lent by Dresden Company. PALACE SKATING RINK, Moray place. NOTlCE—Saturday Afternoon next, July 20, Grand Football Match on Skates, by Junior Scholars of the High School. Full Band of Engineers. Afimifsion—Children sixpence, Ladies sixpence. Gents one shilling. Skates free to all. N.B.—Look out for the Carnival Monday night next. W. CROOKFORD, Manager. T. PA U L’S SCHOOLROOM. BY SPECIAL REQUEST. THE LAST APPEARANCE OF THE ‘FLOWERS O’ THE FOREST In the Popular KINDERSPIBL, TO-MOBROW (THURSDAY) EVENING, At 8. Doors open 7.80. Don’t miss this last opportunity. Admission—One Shilling each; Children halfprice. Tickets at Dresden Company’s and Horsburgh e. ALL SAINTS’ SCHOOLROOM. THURSDAY, JULY 18, at 8 p.m. Limelight exhibition by Mr p, a. Ooxbead. Rome, Ancient and Modem; Australia ; West Coast Sounds. Admission, Is; Children, 6d. SATURDAY AFTERNOON CONCERTS. THE FIRST CONCERT will take place at the CHORAL HALL on SATURDAY NEXT, 20lh inst, Commence at 3 p.m. Subscription list still open. LOST AND FOUND. FOUND, a Dark Brown Horse, with cover on; one white hind foot; light draught. Apply Jas. Pearce, butcher, Frederick street. LOST, Bunch of Keys; reward. Walker Bros., plumbers, St. Andrew street. LEOTUBES. REV. J. PATERSON Lectures on his * Wonderful Travels Bound and Through the World’ In St. Andrew’s Church, Walker street, at 7.80. Collection,

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