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AMUSEMENTS PRINCESS'S THEATRE. Lessee and Manager ... Mr Charles Hugo. OhOWDED ! CROWDED ! CROWDED ! TRIUMPHANT SUCCESS OK THE COLONIEV GREATEST FAVORITES, IHUGO'S BUFFALO MINSTRELS AND NEW ENGLISH, AMEftIOAN, AND AUSTRALIAN STARS. A GLORIOUS TRIUMPH! Roars of Laughter! Tumultuous Applau«e! Splendid Singing! Dashing Dancing! Funny Farces! One Continuous Bubble of Merriment and Bursts of Enthusiasm from start to finish. Your Old Faroritesreceived agreatreoeption, and our New Artistes achieved a marked success. See THE TERPSICHOREAN CRAZF. THE TELEPHONE. THE SENATOR. LITTLE MONTE CHRISTO, JUN. Our Magnificent First Part, LIFE ON THE MISSISSIPPI. Limelight Effects by Alick Ashton. FULL AND EFFICIENT ORCHESTRA, Under the Direction of Murray Williams. Hugo's Original Prices.—Dress Circle, 2s; Stalls, Is; Pit, Od. Box Plan at Dresden. Tickets at Allen's and Jacoba'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, 6d. R. A. UNDERWOOD, Business Manager. iALACE SKATING RINK. Monday and Tuesday Night next, Grand Fancy Drees Butlesque and National Costume Carnival. Grand March at 9 p.m., with Lime light Effect. Gorgeous Costumes. Splendid Decorations. Six Rustic Arches. Doors open at 7.30. Gentral Admission—One Shilling, W. CROOKFORD, Manager. . PAUL'd SCHOOLROOM. BY SPECIAL REQUEST. THE LAST APPEARANCE OF THE 'FLOWERS O' THE FOREST In the Popular KINDERSPIEL, THIS (THURSDAY) EVENING, At 8. Doors open 7. SO. Don't miss this last opportunity. Admission—One Shilling each; Children halfprice. Tickets at Dresden Company's and Horsburgh'e. ALL SAINTS' SCHOOLROOM. THIS (THURSDAY) EVENING, at 8. - IMELIGHT EXHIBITION by Mr F. A. _J Coxbead. Rome, Ancient and Modern ; Australia ; West Coast Sounds. Admission, Is; Children, 6d. MEETINGS. DISTRICT GRAND LODGE, S.C., NEW ZEALAND SOUTH. THE REGULAR "COMMUNICATION of the above District Grand Lodge w 11 be held TO-MORROW (Friday) EVENING, the 19th inst., at 8 o'clock, at the Masonic Hall, Moray place. Business: Nomination and Election of Officers. HENRY NEILL, D.G. Sec. DUNEDIN CHAMBER OF COMMERCE. THE ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING of the above Chamber will be held on FRIDAY, July 19, at 3 p.m. BUSINESS : 1. To receive the Annual Report and Balance-sheet. 2. Election of Office-bearers. .'!. Election of New Members, and General. D. HARRIS HASTINGS, Secretary. LECTURES. <T. MATTHEW'S SCHOOLROOM, k) FKIDAY, JULY 19th, 1889. A LECTURE in aid of the Sunday school Funds, entitled 'Experience of a Jackaroo,' will be given by the Rev. A. 0. YGBKE. Doors open 7-SO; commence at 8; admission Is. AUCTIONS. SATURDAY, 20th JULY, At 2 o'clock. HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE and EFFECTS. "AMES SAMSON AND 00. / have received instructions from Mfc Lindsay to sell by auction, at their Rooms, Her Household Furniture and Effects, as under— Parlor suite iu horsehair (with cedar frames), wa'nut inlaid 100 table, overmantel, Vienna chairs, steel bar fender, cut steel fireiron?, Brussels carpet, hearthrug, timepiece, ornaments, pictures, whatnot, double and single iron and wood bedsteads, flock mattresses, bedding, red pine full Scotch chest of drawers, toilet do, mirrors, weshstande, toilet ware, dressing tables, wardrobe (red plne\ kitchen table, cooking utensils, 14-gallon portable copper boiler, colonial sofa, sausage machine, 2 Singer sewing machines, 1 double set harness (as good as new), 1 range (Mistress), Etc., etc., etc. SATURDAY, 20th JULY, At 2 o'clocV, For the benefit of whom it may concern, AMES SAMSON AND 00. mj have received instructions to sell by auction, at their Rooms, 2 new American organs, suitable for church or school. No reserve. MONDAY, 22nd JULY, At 2 o'clock. Unreserved Sale of SUPERIOR HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, SEWING MACHINE, Etc. On the Premises, King strest, between Union and St. David streets. JAMES SAMSON AND 00. have been favored with instructions from Mr D. Henderson to sell by auction, the whole of his Household Furniture, including—Handsome black-md-gold overmantel, sold 8-day marble c vlendar clock, cedar cheffonier, walmc whatnot, couch in bair, genfs easy ch<rir in hair, G ebony chaira, gent's ditto, 100 and occasional tables, mperior Brussels carpet (13 x 12), hearthrugs, fenders and fireirons, window curtains, poles and rings, superior pictures, ornaments, fancyknick-knaoks, woolmats, linoleum (12 x 12), hall table, lamps, din'ng table, chairs, couch, glass and china ware, cutlery, e.p. cruets, tea set, dinner set, Singer imperial sewiDg machine (new), books by the best authors, magnificent double half-teßter iron bedstead, spring mattress, blankets, eiderdown bed quilt, bed linen, cheßt of drawers, mirror, waehstand and ware, fancy toilet set, bedroom carpets, towel rail, dressing table, kitchen furniture, cooking and laundry utensils, tools, etc. TUESDAY, 23rd JULY, At 12 o'clock. At Waikouaiti. To Heads of Families, Farmers, and Others. DRAPERY, CLOTHING, TWEEDS, COAT. ING, SEWING MACHINES. JAMES SAMSON AND 00. have received instructions from Mrs Gloag to sell by auction, The whole of her stock of men's, youths', and boys' clothing, Manchester goods, women's drapery, millinery, and the thousand and one articles to be found in a drapery and clothing establishment. Sale commences sharp at 12 o'clock. SATURDAY, 20th JULY, At 2 o'clock. ENRY LARNEK has received instructions from the owner to sell by auction, at his Rooms, Rattray street (next Bank of New Zealand), Household Furniture and Effec>..i, consisting of— Suite in leather, single and double wood bedsteads, half-tester bedstead, spring mattress and palliass, full-Scotch and toilet drawers, Miner range, oopper boiler, and furnace, duchess dressing table and toilet, washstands and ware, Vienna and other chairs, colonial couch, kitchen utensils, waicb, chain, and sundries.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4, Evening Star, Issue 7962, 18 July 1889

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