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AMUSEMENTS RINCESS'S THEATRE. Lessee and Manager ... Mr Charles Hugo. O..OWDED! CROWDED! CROWDED! TRIUMPHANT SUCCESS OF THE COLONIES' GREATEST FAVORITES, HUGO'S BUFFALO MINSTRELS AND NEW ENGLISH, ArV.EKICAN, AND AUSTRALIAN STARS. A GLORIOUS TRIUMPH! Roars of Laughter! Tumultuous App'au e! Splendid Singing! Hashing Dancing! Funny Farces ! One Continuous Bubb c of Merriment and Bursts of Enthusiasm from start to finish. Your Old Favoritesreceived agreatreception, and our New Artistes achieved a marked success. See THE TERPSIOHOREAN CRAZfI. THB TELEPHONE. THE SENATOR. LITTLE MONTE OHRISTO, JUN. Our Magnificent First Part, LIFE ON THE MISSISSIPPI. Limelight Effects by Alick Ash ton. FULL AND EFFICIENT ORCHESTRA, Under the Direction of Murray Williams. Hugo's Original Prices.—JJress Circle, 2s; Stalls, Is; Pit, 6d. Box Plan at Dresden. Tickets at Allen's and Jacobs 'a. SATURDAY AFTERNOON NEXT, At 2.30 o'clock, GRAND MATINKB PERFORMANCE, For Schools and Families, when a most amusing Children's Programme will be presented, in which the Children's Pet, THB AUSTRALIAN TOM THUMB, will take a prominent part. Nominal Prices: Circle, Is; Downstairs, 6d. R. A. UNDERWOOD, Business Manager. ALACE SKATING RINK, TO-NIGHT. TO-NIGHT. GRAND FASHIONABLE NIGHT. Full Band of Engineers. Splendid Floor and New Skates. Admission—One Shilling. NOTICE. MONDAY NIGHT NEXT, Grand Fancy Dress Builesque and National Costume Carnival. Grand March at 9 p.m., with Limelight Effect through the Rustio Arches. Doors open at 7.30. Admission—One Shilling. W. CROOKFORD, LECTURES. AMBUIANCE ASSOCIATION. THE FOURTH LECTURE of the Course will be given THIS (FRIDAY) EVENING, by Dr Roberts, in Band Room, Garrison Hall. Subject: Restoration of Apparently Drowned. W. B. FISHER. Hon. Sec. IT. MATTHEW'S SCHOOLROOM, I FRIDAY, JULY 19th, 1889. A LECTURE in aid of the Sunday school Funds, entitled 'Experience of a Jackeroo,' will be given by the Rev. A. 0. YORKE. Doors open 7-30; commence at 8; admission Ip. AUCTIONS. SATURDAY, 20th JULY, 1889, At 11 o'clock. Provincial Sale Yards. HOR?ES. HORSES. " DRIVER AND SON 1 will sell, On account of Mr H. S. Jeffreys : 1 bay colt, 3 yeais. by Pride of Southland, out of a Tannahill mare. On account of Mr T. W. Andeison: 2 spring-cart horses 2 Ant-class hacks 1 pony, good trotter. On account Mr Campbell: 1 bay mare, a firat-olaes goer in single harness. On account Mr James Black: 1 bay gelding, four years old, by Pinole iay geidinj Patchen. SATURDAY, 20th JULY, At 12 o'clock. On the Premises, Bond street. Stock of CHOICE OLD WINES, OFFICE FURNITURE, STORE FITIINGB. TAMES A. PARK AND On have received instructions from A. E. Thomson, Esq, to sell by auotion, on the Premises, on Saturday, An assortment of cho'ce old wioes, including veiy fine old brown sherry, East India, Madeira 1878 port, champagne, etc. Alfo, Office table, carpet, chair?, filter, copying press, sample bottles, tasting spittoon, store truck, bottle baskets, stock casks, gauntrees, bottle rack, etc. Terms at sale. MONDAY. 22ad JULY, At 12 o'clock. At the Rattray street Wharf. To Timber Merchants and Contractor?. CARGO OF RED PINE TIMBER. JAMES A. PARK AND CO. are instructed to shII by auction, at the Rattray street wharf, on Monday, 22nd July, at 12 o'clock, 21,000 feet more or less of red pine timber, all first-class building sizes. Terms at sale.

MONDAY, 22ud JULY, At 2 o'clock. On the Premises, Mosgiel Junction. FREEHOLD PROPERTY AND BUILDINGS (Known as Steadman's); also SURPLUS HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, Double Boggy, Pole and Harness. JAMES A. PARK AND 00. are instructed by Mr Steadman to sell by auction, on the Premises, Mosgiel Junction, on Monday, That desirable Freehold Property, being part of section 82, irregular block, East Taieii District, containing 1 acre 3 roods 8 poles, together with the hotel buildings, cottage, stables, and other outhouses thereon; also the surplus household furniture, consisting of parlor, bar, and bedroom furniture, bagatelle table, and miscellaneous goodp. SATURDAY, 20th JULY, At 2 o'clock. * E N R Y LARNEK has received instructions from the owner to soil by auction, at his Rooms, Rat tray street (next Bank of New Zealand), Household Furniture and Effoc.. consisting of- I Suite in leather, single and double woed bedi-teads, half-te>ter bedstead, sprinir mattress and palliass, full-Scotch and toilet drawers, Miner range, copper boiler, and furnace, duchess dressing table and toilet, washstands and ware, Vienna and other chair?, colonia couch, kitchen utensils, watch, chain, and sundries. TUESDAY, 23rd JULY, At 2 o'clock. At Rooms, High street. Unreserved Sale of INDIAN CURIOS. Wall Dados for decoration Cashmore Bed Covers Table Covers in fancy work Chair Covers do Pieces Tu«se Silk for dresses Fez r aps Malacca Canes with silver tops Sandilffood Jewclleiy, Glove and Handkerchief Boxes Peacock Feather Fans Lucknow Curtains', Etc., Etc, Etc. A really beautiful collection of Indian works o the finest description and finith. Tjl 0. REYNOLDS AND 00. ■*-*• are instructed to sell the above collection of Indian \Yorks at their Rooms, High street, on Tuesday, 23rd July, at 2 o'clock. On View Monday. Catalogues in course of preparation.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 6, Evening Star, Issue 7963, 19 July 1889

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