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AMUSEMENTS iRINCBSS'S THEATRE. Lessee ami Manager... MvChari.m Huao. Unabated Sucr-ess of tin' Wonderful Favorites, HUGO'S BUFFALO MINSTRELS, and Now English, American, and Australian .Stara. TO-NIGHT, TO-NIGHT, CrandKntiro Change of Programme. Our Fifth Fascinating Bill. Everything Crisp and Sparkling. No Dreary Waitn A Continuous Bubble of Merriment. The SPANISH .STUDENTS will play porular English, Irish, and Scotch Aira. Charles Hugo will convulse you; Miss Priscilla Vernp, Dan Tracey, and your other Great Favorites will delight you with their Singing, Dancing, and Witticisms. 'The Coon's Salvation Army,' 'Bribery,' 'The Saveby Man,' 'Versatility,' ' Waiting,' and. by request, ' O'er the Bridge,' THURSDAY NIGHT NEXT, BALLAD CONTEST (Amateurs only), when a handsome Trophy will be presented to the best Ballad Singer. Entrance Free. Entries to be made with the Manager, at the Princess's Theatre, on Wednesday next. Hugo's Original Prices—Circle, 2s; Stalls, Is; Fit, Sixpence. Box plan at Dresden, Tickets at Jacobs's and Allen's. R. A. UNDERWOOD, Business Manager. NOTICE ! NOTICE 1 " A LACE SKATING RINK This Popular Placo of Amusement will be CLOSED TO-MORROW (TUESDAY) For Reorganisation, and will REOPEN On WEDNESDAY NEXT, AUGUST 7th, Under ENTIRELY NEW MANAGEMENT. Morning Sesst'ou for Ladies and Children, 10 to 12; Afternoon, 230 to 5; Evening, 7.30 to 10. "ORTH DUNEDIN DRILL-SHED. GRAND VOCAL AND INSTRUMENTAL CONCERT In .»id of ST. MARTIN'S CHURCH FUND, N.E. Valley, on TUESDAY, the 6th August, at 8 p.m. Admission 2s and lc HE NORTH DUNEDIN RIFLES will L celebrate their 26th Anniversary with a Grand SOCIAL DANCE in the North Dunedin Drill Hall on FRIDAY Evening, August 23, 1889. Double tickets (including refresh ments), 7s 6d; Ladies' tickets (including refreshments), 2s 6d. R. CRAWFURD, Sergeant, Secretary. LECTURES. LEdURB. ELECTRICITY IN THE SERVICE OF MAN. i stinted to deliver tins popular and instructive Lecture, on behalf of a bereaved family (a widow and eleven cVildren), in the Choral Hall, on WEDNESDAY EVENING, the 7th INST., at 8 p.m. J. W. Jaco, Esq., in the chair. Ticket?, 2s and Is. MEETINGS. TAILORE3SES' UNION OF NEW ZEALAND. * MEETING OF THE ABOVE UNION i will be held in the City Hall, Bowling street, on TUESDAY EVENING, the 6th inst., at 7.30 p.m. Business Important. All Tailore=ses in Shops or Factories are requested to attend. J >HN A. MILLAR, Secretary. OTAGO RIFLE ASSOCIATION. * NNTTAL GENERAL MEETING on . THURSDAY, S.h inst, at 8 p.m., at Garrison Hall. Bd.sine-s : To receive Balance-sheet and General. M. C. CREAGH, Hon. Sec. THE NEW ZEALAND REFRIGERATING COMPANY, LIMITED. THE ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING of Shareholders will be held in the Chamber of Commerce, Standard Insurance Oomi>any's Buildings, High street, Dunndin, on Wednesday, 7th August, at .1 o'clock p.m. Proxies must be lodged at the Company'm Ollice on or before 3 p.m. on Tuesday, Gth August. The Transfer Books will be Closed from 25th July to Bth August. W. CUNINGHAM SMITH, General Manager. Liverpool street, Dunedin, 24th July, 188!). EDUCATIONAL. TECHNICAL CLASSES ASSOCIATION. SECOND QUARTER commenced on THURSDAY, Ist AUGUST. Members of Committee will be in attendance to Receive Fees during the following week. There is room for a few Pupils in the Arithmetic Claeses. GEO. M. THOMSON, Hon. Sec. WATCHMAKERS. ■UST LANDEJD O (Ex S.S. Abawa), CASES NEW GOODS, CONTAINING LADIES' GOLD WATCHES, GENTS' SILVER WATCHES, GOLD ALBERTS. BROOCHES, BANGLES, NECKLET*, AND RINGS. Sterling Silver Alberts, Brooches, Butter Knives, Flasks, Match Boxes, Napkin tines, Sugar Basins, Smelling Bottles, Sovereign Purses, and Teaspoons. Electro Silver Plated Butters, Cruets, Crumb, Scoops, Egg_Frames, Hot Water Jugs, Inkstands, Jellies, Knife Rests, Meat Dishes, Napkin Rings, Prize Cups, Sugars, Toast Racks, and Teaspoons. POCKET ANEROIDS, FANS, Etc. Inspection Invited. G. AND T. YOUNG, IMPORTERS, PRACTICAL WATCHMAKERS AND JEWELLERS, 88 Princes street, Dunedin. Also at Wellington, Timaru, and Oamaru. PROSPECTUS. PROSPECTUS OF THE TALISMAN DREDGING COMPANY (SHOTOVER), LIMITED. To be Registered under " The Companies Act, 1882." CAPITAL £12,000, In 12,000 Shares of LI each. 5,000 shares paid up to Vb reserved for the promoters; 7,000 shares to be offered to the public, payable as follows: —Is on application, Is on allotment, the balance in calls not to exceed Is per month. Provisional Dibeitobs : A. J. Burns Robert Martin William Simpson Charles M'Queen George Gillow. Bankers: National Bank of New Zealand. Brokeb: Andrew Hamilton, Exchange Court. Interim Secbetaby : Andrew Hamilton, Exchange Court. Solicitors : Stewart and Holmes. This Company is formed for the purpose of acquiring and working the Claim on the Shotover River which is situated about three miles below the now famous claim of Mr Sew Hoy, at the Big Beach, and adjoining the Golden Ba-. 'luis Claim iB most conveniently situated, being close to the main road, so that coal and all materials can be placed on the ground at a reasonable cost. It is proposed to work the Claim by a bucket diedge, similar to that at present working on. the Big Beach, with all the latest improvements in diedging. As soon ai two-thirds of the shares are subset ibed, a contract will be entered into for a dredge, which will then be placed on the river without delay. Nothing need now bo said of the immensely rich gold deposits of the well-known Shotover River, more especially about this locality. At the lowest calculation, the proposed dredge should lift 50 tonß per hour. It will therefore be easily understood that the returns from such an amount of gold-bearing stuff' must be very laige. All expenses for floating and registering the Company to be paid, by the Corn pan jr. Applications for shares wilj now. bo received by tfte Company's Broker, and the Slaaie List ■ will close as soon as the requisite, number of ' shares shall have been applied for.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3, Evening Star, Issue 7977, 5 August 1889

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