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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3, Issue 7990, 20 August 1889
1 LATE ADVERTISEMENTS. BANKRUPT .Stock of Carter and Co., Invercargill,at Fyfe and Cuming s. Special bargains this weoß (ORNof over 40 years’ giowfh cured with / half-bottle Loasby’s Solvent-scfea bottles Cara Clava failed. . SPRING NOVELTIES. SPRING NOVELTIES. SPRING NOVELTIES. BROVIN, EWING, AND CO. are now busy opening np their First Shipments of New Spring Goods ex direct steamers Arawa and Aorangi, comprising 165 cases of Choice General Drapery For SPRING 188 V For SPRING 1889‘ For SPRING 1889, Mr EWING, who is still superintending the Buying in the Home Markets, has displayed excellent taste and judgment in his various selections of i ensonable Spring Goods. A leading feature of the Dress Trade this season will be the MODEL COMPOSITE ROBES MODEL COMPOSITE ROBES MODEL COMPOSITE ROBBS. Each one different in style and material. Some of the Colorings are entirely novel and attractive. Large Checks are again in favor for Promenade Costumes, Ladies will be pleased with our new Spring Dress Textures. Everything :te touch with the times at BROWN, EWING, AND CO.’S. BROWN, EWING, AND CO.’S. BROWN, EWING, AND CO.’S, JUST PUBLISHED, Price I - , by post Is .‘ld, Mark anderson,’ a Tale of Station Life in Now Zealand, by William I anoto.v. J. WILKI# AND CO., Dunedin; and all Booksellers. JUST PUBLISHED, Price Is, by post Is 3d, ‘TT E WHO DIGGED A PIT, 8~1 and other Stoner, by Wm. Freeman. J. WILKIE AND 00., Dunedin; and all Booksellers, AMUSEMENTS P RING ESS’S THEATRE. Manager and Director ...K. D’Oesay Ogden. ?HIS (TUESDAY) EVENING, AUGUST 20, First and only production of the Funniest Comedy ever written, entitled MAMA-IN-LAW. SPECIAL NOTICE. WEDNESDAY. AUGUST 21, Grand Complimentary Benefit to Miss HELEN FERGUS and BABY OGDEN, tendered by and uuder the patronage of the following Citizens of Dunedin : His Worship the Mayor and The City Councillors Sir Robert Stout, K.C.M.G. The Rev. Dr Belcher T. W. Whitson, Esq. The Shakespearian Club J. A. X. Riedle (manager T. Grose Dresden Piano Co.) B. B. Stock James florsburgh M’Gregor Wright D. Wishart, J.P. T. C. Matheson J. F. Nixson E. Proctor E. B. Clarke A. Michie John Bacon James Hazlett William Deusera R. H. Leary L. 0. Beal R. Clark G. L. Dnnniston W. G. Neill S. Jacobs John B. Jones James Smithson J. Gebbie John Gebbie James Speight k Co. James Finch N. Fisher G. Hutchings James Dawson Peter Dow Louis J. Joel W. Dawson W. H. Kingswell William Hunter H. J. Tombe John Barron Henry B. Smith S. G, Parkes Charles Hargreaves John Watson James Watson. To His Worship Mie Mayor, Sir Robert Stout, K.CM.G., Dr Belcher, LL.D., the Shakespearian Club, and the other | gentlemen who have so kindly given their patronage and pre-_ senceoniho occasion of the Benefit to Miss Helen Fimcrs and Baby Ogden, I have to expiess my heartfelt thanks for their kindness, and to announce that I will produce on that night J. B. Gough’s great Temperance Drama, entitled LOST AND WON: Or THE DRUNKARD’S CHILD, in which Baby Ogden will appear in apart especially written for her, and introduce her celebrated Doll Scene. Trusting to make the performance worthy of your distinguished patronage.—l am, gentlemen, yours respecting, D’ORSAY OGDEN. jpALAOB SKATING RINK. TO-NIGHT. TONIGHT. THE FASHIONABLE EVENING. MAGNIFICENT BAND. Commencing 7.30 o’clock. ADMISSION ONE SHILLING. R. DAVY ALDBIOH, Manager. pRINCESS’S THEATRE. Under the sole direction of Bland Holt, 1889 DRAMATIC SEASON 1889 COMMENCING SATURDAY, AUGUST 24. BLAND HOLT Has the honor to announce as the initial attraction of his Dramatic Season of 1889, THE UNION JACK, This being its first production in Dunedin. Authors: Henry Pettitt and Sydney Grundy. For the complete interpretation of his Dramas Bland Holt brings with him a fully organised and carefully selected Company of experienced Dramatic Artists, and all the original EFFECTS AND SCENERY, painted by Mr GEORGE GORDON for their individual representation at the Theatre Royal, Melbourne. ALL SAINTS’ SCHOOLROOM, THURSDAY, AUGUST 22, 8 p.ra, COME and see MEDEA, a Dramatic and Musical Burlesque (after Madame Ristori). Performers: Mr and Mrs Binns, Miss Holland, MissF. Treseder, Messrs W. Tewsley, W. M’Lmghlin, 0. Arlidge, James Richardson, Masters 0. and J. Binns. Musical contributions by Miss Longford Miss and Master Towsey, and Mr Jago. One Shilling. I T Y HALL. WEDNESDAY" EVENING, SEPTEMBER 4th, 1889. GRAND BENEFIT CONCERT IN AID OP E. HILL, PAINTER, OF WOODHAUGH. The following Ladies and Gentlemen have kindly consented to assist: Mrs Angus, Mrs Murphy, Mrs Rose, Miss Wooldridge. Mr Blinkensopp, Mr Densera, Mr Jago, Mr Garrick Martin, Mr Harry Smith, Mr Umbers, Mr Young. PRICES OF ADMISSION-Is and2s6d. Tickets tn he had from Music Warehouses and Painters. ¥OETH East Valley Public Hall, Wednesday, August 21. Robson’s Great Panorama, Modern Naval War. Our Colonial Defences, and blowing a foreign cruiser to atoms. Adults, la ; children. 6d. At 8 o’clock. BOARD AND RESIDENCE. HOME for an Elderly Man in Mornington; board and lodging low rate. Apply J. Neil, 74 George street. HEAP Board and Residence. -16 young Gentlemen wanted; terms, 17s 6d weekly; baths. Address “ Comfortable,” Stab Office. WANTED, by a young Man, Private Board and Residence, State terms, etc., to “ Central,” Star Office. WANTED Known—Board and Residence for few Gentlemen; bath. Apply “ABC.,” Post office, Albany street. ANTFiD, 2 or 3 respectable Boarders; terms moderate; every comfort and convenience. No. 2 Gore terrace, Hope street. N. MILLS begs to notify the General • Public he has taken that well-known House known as YORK HOUSE, Moray place, and is now prepared to receive Boarders and Visitors Breakfast from 7 to 9. Lunch from 12 tc 2, Tea from 5 to 7. Good table. Prices moderate. LOST AND POUND. LOST, at Orchestral Concert, Star of Four Cairngorms, with pin attached. Return to Dresden Piano Company. LOST, on Saturday, young fawn English Terrier sdut, blue collar, at Cricket Ground, Anderson Bay road ; reward. Davidson, grocer, Glen road, Mornington. FOUND, St. Bernard Dog. Apply Comtneroial Hotel. Green Island. FOUND, a Steel-grey Colt, with white face. Apply W. S. Todd, carriage proprietor, York place.
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