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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4, Issue 7972, 30 July 1889
AMUSEMENTS PRINCESS'S THEATRE, Lessee and Manager—Mr Ghakles Hugo. Unparalleled Success of the Great Favorites, HTTfin'H ■RrTB'WAT.n ATTNSTRWT.S fnrpunised 1881). Roars of Laughter! Tumultuous Applause ! A Hurricane of Enjoyment! One Gigantic Success from Post to Finish. See and believe. The Droll Charles Hugo; the Peerless Soubrette, Miss Priacilla Vorne; the Oreatost of Dancers, DanTracey; the Beautiful Vocalists and the Refined Sketches and Farces, TO-NIGHT ! TO-NIGHT ! For the Last Time, ON BOARD TBE S.S. BUFFALO. 'Tis a well-known fact that Refinement iB the Guiding Star of the Buffaloes, therefore Guardians and Parents have nothing to fear. TO-MORROW (WEDNESDAY), another Grand Change of Programme, and First Appearance with the Buffaloes of those Worldrenowned Instrumentalists, the SPANISH STUDENTS. Notwithstanding tho great expense of this engigement, Mr Hugo will still adhere to his Oiiginal Prices—ClßCLE, 2s; STALLS, Is; PIT, SIXPENCE. Box Plan at the Dresden; Tickets at Allen's and Jacobs's. SATURDAY NEXT-Grand Amateur Performance. R. A. UNDERWOOD, Business Manager. iALAOE SKATING RINE. Now Open Daily—Morning, Afternoon, and Evt ninir. Engineers' Band every evening. NOTICE. Don't forget WEDNESDAY Evening next, a Grand Complimentary Benefit tendered to Mr W. CROCKFORD prior to his departure. Tickets now on sale at Rink Office—One Shilling rach. W. OROOKFORD, Manager." /CHORAL HALL, MORAY PLACE. J A CONCERT (In aid »f St. Peter's Ladies' Guild) will bpheld ON WEDNESDAY, JULY 31st, 1889. Tho following Artistes have kindly given their services. PROGRAMME: Part I. Selection 'La Souveraine ' (Herrman). Orohestra. Song—' Let me love thee ' (Arditi). —Mr F. Lawrence Jones. Song Humorous (selected). —Mr G. D. Cameron. Vocal Quartet—(a J 'Evening' (Abt), (b) 'The Rhine' (Kilcken) —MessrsUmbers, Hunter, Den sera, and H. B. Smith. Song—' Shaking Grass ' (Wakefield).—Mrs H. Rose. Pianoforte Solo—'La Castanetta ' (Ketten).— Herr Otto Poll wee re. Song—'The Lifeboat' (Pinsuti). —Mr W. Dtnsem. Vooal Duet—' Glou, Glou ' (Mascotte).—Mrs H. Rose and Mr H. B. Smith. Interval of Ten Minutes, Paht 11. Selection—' Haydee' (Manning).—Orchestra. Song—'Qui Vive' (Amat).—Mr 0. Umbers. Song Humorous (selected). —Mr G. D. Cameron. Vocal Quartet— (a) 'Thuringian Volkslied' (Abt), (b) 'The Toast' (Zollner).-Messrs Umbers, Hunter, Densem, and H. B. Smith. Song—' 'Tis All that I can say ' (ffope Temple). —Mrs H. Rose. Song—' The Eiver' (Lcdor).- Mr W. F. Your.g, Violin Solo—'Airs Varie.-MrG. H. Schacht. Song—'My Queen' (Blumenthal). —Mr T. Hunter. Accompanists Herr Schweers, Messrs E. Towsey, Riedle, and Robertehaw. The Piano used on this occasion kindly lent by the Dresden Piano Company. Doors open at 7.80, commence at 8 o'clock. Tickets, Is 6d and la. mRINITY WESLEYAN CHURCH. GRAND VOOAL AND INSTRUMENTAL CONCERT (70 Performers). WEDNESDAY, 31st JULY, 1889, Commencing at 8 o'clock. PROGRAMME. Anthem—'O Lord, my God' (Malam).-Church nn Choir (unaccompanied). Overture—'lnvocation a Ste. Cecile' (Lamottt).
Orohestra. Song—'Calvary' (Rodney).—Miss Cooper. March—'Funebre' (Chopin).—Orchestra. Anthem—'What are these ' (Staiuer).—Church Choir (unaccompanied). Trio for violin, orsran, and piano—'sth Nocturne* (Clark).— Mibs Deibyßhire, Meßsrs llaigh and Faulkner. Song * Nazareth ' (Gounod). —Mr G. H. Marsden. Part 11. Caprice—'Solitude' (Mercadante).—Orchestra, Song—'Ora pro Nobis' (Piccoliroini).— Mies Christie. Largo—(Handel).—Orchestra. Ohoruß —' Gloria' Church Choir. Songs (without words)— Op. < r )3 and 62 (Mendelssohn). —Orchebtra. Organ Solo—' Commemoration March' (Clark). —Mr Faulkner. God Save the Queen ! Mr G. H. Marsden Choirmaster Mr D. Witharfc Conductor (Dunedin Amateur Orcheßtral Society). Admission-ONE SHILLING. LINDEN WESLEYAN CHURCH. SERVICE OF SONG entitled 'RUIN AND J RESCUE' will be given in above Church on THURSDAY, August 1, 1889. Readings by Rov. L. Hudson. Admission One Shilling. Commence at 8 o'clock. Proceeds to be devottd to Organ Fund. THOS. SUNDERLAND, Secretary. THE GAELIC SOCIETY. ,-|HE EIGHTH GRAND ANNUAL I GATHERING, CONOIRT, and BALL of this Society and th/ir Friends will bo held m the Garrison Hall on FRIDAY NEXT (2nd August), at 7.30 p.m. Rev. Dr Stuart in the chair. Concert Tickets: Adults, Is 6d ; Children, Is. Concert and Ball: Single Tickets, Ss ; Double, 7s 6d ; procurable from Members of Committee or at the Hall door. Admission to Gallery during the Ball, Is extra. WM. MACLEOD, Hon. Sec. lATURDAY AFTERNOON CONCERTS. Third ot tho Series. AUGUST 3, 1889. CHORAL HALL. Subscription: 12 Tickets 10s 6d. Single Admission, 2s 6d. Subscription List still Open at the Music "Warehouses. LOST AND FOUND. OUND, Three Draught Horses, covers on. 1 Owner can have same by paying expenses. Jameß M'Donald, N.E. Valley. POUND, Retriever Dog, Peninsula road; owner can have same Apply Hutton and Hair, Market street. ' OST, Liver-and-white Spaniel Pup. Finder J pleaso return A, Palmer, Alva street, next Park's School. GOVERNMENT NOTIOES. NEW ZEALAND RAILWAYS. SUPPLY AND DELIVERY OF SAWN TOTARA TIMBER. Railway Department, Head Office, Wellington, 17th July, 1889. WRITTEN TENDERS will be received at , . this Office up to Noon of MONDAY, the sth August, 1889, for the Supply and Delivery of about 46,000 ft of Sawn Totara at Oaraaru. Specifications and forms of tender to be obtained at the Railway Managers' Offices, Dunedin Napier, Wanganui, and the Stores Manager's Office, Wellington. Tenders to be addressed to the New Zealand Railway Commissioners, Wellington, and to be marked outside "Tender for Sawn Totara." The lowest or any tender will not necessarily be accepted. By order of the Commissioners. R. OARROW, Stores Manager, NEW ZEALAND RAILWAYS. OAMARU POULTRY SHOW, AUGUST 2nd and 3rd, 1889. SATURDAY RETURN TIOKETS to Oamaru will be issued at Dunedin, Timara, and Intermediate Stations, including Branohes, on August Ist and 2nd, and will be available for retum up to and inoluding August 3rd. By order,
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