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AMUSEMENTS J) KINO E SB’S THEAI'RE, Lessee and Manager ... Mr C harles Huno. THIS (SATURDAY) EVENING. Under tlie patronage of the Maori Football Team. Last Night but Two of the great enteitainors, HUGO’S BUFFALO MINSTRELS and the SPANISH STUDENTS. Another grand Change of Programme, and first time tin’s season of our beautiful Rustic First Part, the Swinging Beauties ! First time of our original Footba'l Finale, the Maoris v. Otago! First time of our sparkling Sketch, the City Sharps 1 And other items too numerous to particularise, Splcndil singing, lots of fun. MONDAY.— Benefit to the Dunedin City Fire Brigade, under the patronage and in the presence of the Mayor and Councillors. TUESDAY.—Last Night, and Grand Complimentary Benefit tendered by the whole company to Mr and Mrs OHAS. HUGO. Hugo’s Original Prices —Circle, 2a; Stalls, Is; Pit, Sixpence. Box office at Dresden. Tickets at Jacobs’s and Allen’s. Wednesday, 14th August—Port Chalmerr. 15th, 10 hj. and 17th August—Oamaru. 19th, 20th, and 21st August —Timaru. HUGO’S BUFFALO MINSTRELS.-All Accounts must be rendered by 12 noon Monday. R. A. UNDERWOOD, Business Manager. PRINCESS’S THEATRE. Dukkuin. Lessee, Manager, and Director, R. D’Orsav Cguen. On WEDNESDAY EVENING, Accuse 14th. First appearanceof the wonderful childof genius, BaBY OGDEN, BABY OGDEN, In her realistic characterisation of JO. JO. 18 acknowledged artists of merit and position. New characterisation Old London Fernery. Popular Prices —3;, 2s, Is. Box office, Dresden Piano Company (no charge for booking). Day Tickets - Jacobs, tobacconist, and Allen, tobacconist. 11, J. DIX, Advance i gent. jpALACE SKATING RINK. This Popular Place of mmcment is now REOPENED. The excellent Band of Engineers Every Evening. The Manager will personally attend the Rink every morning and afternoon for the purposcof assisting beginners in learning this favorite pastime. DAVY ALDRICH, Manager. O.R.F.U. SMOKE CONCERT, Tenderr d to the HAWKE’S BaY AND MAGRI FOOTBALL TEAMS, City Hotel, TUESDAY, 13th AUGUST, at 8 p.m. Songs by Messrs Densem, Smith, Umbers, Hunter, and others. Admission, 3s CJ. FRED. T. HORNK, O.R.F.U. DUNEDIN ORCHESTRAL SOCIETY. THE SOCIETY will give a “ Lakes’ Night” (outside the series) iu the Garrison Hall on Thursday Evening, 15th imt. Honorary members will receive one ticket, and may obtain additional ones up to 13th inst, on application to the Committee, or S. N. MUIR, Hon. Sec. BOARD AND RESIDENCE. WANTF.D, by single gentleman, good Board and Residence—sitting room, dining room, and bedroom, with use of piano and f ath. Apply “Merchant,” P.O. Box 35. AIT by old Man, permanent Board and Lodging, cither at Halfway Bush, Anderson Bay, Glen, Roslyn, or Mornington; terms must be m<derate. Address “MM.,’ Box 159 P. 0., Dnnoiiin. A GENTLEMAN desires Board and Residence in somewhat central situation. Address, st.rtirg terms, “ Permanent,” Star Office. (COMFORTABLE Horne for young Ladyir J Gentleman or two Friends engaged during day. House next M‘Laron's. Howe Greet. SUPERIOR Board and Residence oiferod to Gentleman; private family ; only one taken, “ K.,” M’AU Office. RICHARD EAST, Frederick street, who has had between Hand 12 years’Hospital experience in Dunedin and the Array, has got good Accommodation for a few Patients, invalids or convalescents. eN. MILLS bogs to notify the General • Public be has taken that well-known House known as YO tK HOUSE, Moray place, and is now prepared to receive Boarders and Visitors, Breakfast from 7 to 9. Lunch from 12 to , Tea from 5 to 7 Goad table. Prices moderate. GOVERNMENT NOTICES. V. R. LAND DISTRICT OF OTAGO. NOTICE.

RURAL LANDS OPEN For Sale for Cash, or for Selection on Deferred Payments or Perpetual Lease, at the option of the applicant. Sections in Maniototo and Teviot Survey Districts will be open for Sale or Selection as above on and after TUESDAY, 27th August, 1889, at pi iocs varying from 12s 6d to 20s per acre. Posters containing full particulars, plans, and forms of application can be obtained at this Office or at any local Laud Office. No applications for additional land will be received fr. m selectors who are in arrear with the payments on their present holdings. J. P. MAITLAND, Commissioner of Crown Lands, Crown Lands Office, Dunedin, 31-t July, 1889. ' V. F. LANDS SALE J by Auction, at the Crown Lands Office, Dunedin, on THURSDAY, 29th AUGUST, 1889, at noon. PASTORAL LICENSES. Run 86, about 2,500 acres, Lake County. Term, seven years. Upset rental, L 7 10a per annum. Run 233 (Glass I,), about 27,700 acres. Vincent and Waitaki Counties. Term, 21 years. Upset rental, Ll2O per annum. Run 335 a (Class I,), about22,66oacres, Vincent County. Term, 21 years. Upset rental, L 75 per annum. Run 429 a (Class I.), about 10,080 acres, Vincent and Waitaki Counties. Term, 21 years, Up. j et rental, 155 per annum. Run 433 (Class I), about 21,100 acres, Vincent County. Term, 21 years. Upset rental, Lls per annum, Otago Peninsula District, section 53, block 111,, about 437 acres. Term, 10 years. Up;et rental, 1.5 per annum. Waikouaiti District, sections 9 and 10, block VI, about 530 acres. Term, 10 years. Upset rental, Ll3 ss. Subject to valuation for improvements. Lll2 Runs 24 Ig, 244h, and 244j (grouped), about 6,216 acres, Vincent County. Term, 14 years. Upset rental, L 155 B*. Subject to valuation for improvements, LSOO. Possession on Ist September 1889, except in case of Runs 244g, 244h, and 244j, possession of which will not be given until Ist January, 1899, 0 he foregoing licenses will be sold generally in accordance with the provi-.ions of Part VI. of “ The Land Act, 1885." Tenure of runs marked Class I. being certain for terms stated, Government not reserving any right of resumption. Valuations for improvements, where mentioned, payable on date possession is given. Purchasers will bo required to deposit a halfyear’s rent from date of getting possession, and 21s license fee immediately on fall of hammer. SMALL GRAZING RUN. Waikouaiti District, sections 26 and 27, block V., about 663 acres. Term, 21 years. Upset rental, Ll6 11s 6d. Subject to valuation for improvements, L 33 15s. Possession on day of sale. Purchaser must deposit statutory declaration, required by section 200 of “ The Land Act, 1885,” and pay the first half-year’s rent and lease and registration fees (31s) on fall of hammer. Valuation for improvements payable wthin fourteen days from date of sale. HOMESTEAD ON RUN 433. Mid Hawea District, section 2, containing 88 acres. Upset price, 20s per acre. Valuation for improvements, Ll2O. Terms:—2o per cent, deposit on fall of hammer; balance, with valuation for improvements and Crown grant fee (20s), to be paid within thirty days from day of sale. WAIPAHI AND HAMPDEN TOWNSHIPS. Town sections in above townships. Upset price, 130 per acre. Payable: 20 per cent, deposit on fall of hammer, balance with Crown grant fee (20s) within thirty days from day of sale. LEASE OF FRANKTON FLOUR MILL. Lease for 14 years from Ist October. 1889, of sections 3, 4, 5, 6, and 7, block XVIII., and part of Durham street, Frankton township, containing 2a 3r 17p, together with Flour Mill erected thereon, and all water races, dams, machines, etc., thereto belonging. Upset rental, L 5 per annum. Further information on application at this Office, J. P. MAITLAND, Commissioner of Crown Lands. Drown Lands Office, Dunedin, 29th July, 1889.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 5, Issue 7982, 10 August 1889

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 5 Issue 7982, 10 August 1889

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