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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4, Issue 7991, 21 August 1889
AMUSEMENTS jp RI N CESS’S THEATRE. WEDNESDAY EVENING, AUGUST 21st, Grand Complimentary BsneCt tv BABY OGDEN. John B. Gough’s great play LOST AND WON. Prices —Is, 2s, and 3s. Seats reserved at Dresden Piano Co.’s. P ALAOB SKATING RINK. TO-NiGfiT, TO-NIGHT. THE FASHIONABLE EVENING. MAGNIFICENT BAiND, Commencing 7.30 o’clock, ADMISSION ONE SHILLING E. DAVY ALDRICH, Manager. pfiINCESS’S THEATRE. Under the sole direction of Bland Holt. 18S9 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 Fettitt and Sydney Grundy. For tho 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 SCEMERY, painted by Mr GEORGE GORDON for their individual representation at the Theatre Royal, Melbourne. ALL SAINTS’ SCHOOLROOM, THURSDAY, AUGUST 23, 8 p.m. COME aid see MEDEA, a Dramatic and Musical Burlcique (rfter Madaflie Rjatcri). Performers : Mr and Mrs Binns, Miss Holland, Miss V. Treseder, MetsrsW. Tewsley, W. M'Liughli •, 0. Arlidgc, James Richardson, Masters C. and J. Binns. Musical contributions by Mies Longford, Miss and Master Towsey, and Mr Jago. One Shilling. N ORTH DUNEDIN RIFLES. GRAND SOCIAL DANCE. FRIDAY EVENING, 23rd AUGUST, 1889. Double Tickets, 7a 6d ; Lady’s Ticket, 2s 6d. Ci'erer, Mr Wro. Wood, Music by Mr J. Bruton’s String Band. R. CRAWFURD, Sergeant, Secretary. MEETINGS. KAIKOBAI FOOTBALL CLUB, A MEETING of tbe above Club will be held in Conway’s Hotel on FRIDAY, the 28rd AUGUST, at 8 p.m. sharp. Business important, A. MILLAR, Acting Secretary. TAIERI AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING. OWING to Mr Shand s Sale on Friday, the 23rd, the Annual Meeting of the Society has been Postponed till TUESDAY, the 27th inst,, at 2 p.m. ROBERT FINDLAY, Secretary. EDUCATIONAL. EVEMNG Classes the year round.—Shorthand, Bookkeeping, Penmanship, Arithmetic ; Young Men, Youths, Girls, Wood’s Academy, Octagon. MR ALFRED G, BAKER, Teacher of 5. 6, or 7 String Banjo ; terms L2 2a per quarter in advance. Classes by special arrangement. Intending Pupils can have their banjos chosen by Mr Baker before leaving the warehouse. Address—Forth street, near Bridge. GOVERNMENT NOTICES. R. ICE CARNIVAL, PORT CHALMERS. SPECIAL TRAIN FOR FOOTBALLERS, Etc. ON FRIDAY, 23rd August, a Special Train will leave Dunedin for Port Chalmers at 7.30 p.m. The Train usually leaving Port Chalmers for Dunedin at 10.35 p m will not leave until 11 p.m. By order. BOARD AND RESIDENCE. SUPERIOR Board and Residence for 4 Gentlemen; terms moderate. Mrs Edwards, Clarke street, off High street. COMFORTABLE Horae for 2 young Ladies in private family; terms modeHOME for an Elderly Man in Mornington; board and lodging low rate. Apply J. Neil, 74 George street. WANTED Known—Board and Residence for few Gentlemen; bath. Apply “ABC,,” Post office, Albany street. eN. MILLS begs to notify tbe 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. T ' gjiis NEW ZEALAND Ri SHIPPING. UNION STBAMSHIf COMPANY OF NEW ZEALAND (LIMITED). TIME TABLE. IK OAMARU. BEAUTIFUL STAB, b.b. on Tuesdays and Fridays. Passengers from Dunedin Wharf on Friday at 10 p.m Cargo till 4 p.m. IB LYTTELTON AND WELLINGTON.— WAIHORA, s.a., on Thursday 21st August, Passengers per 2.30 p.m, train DIR LYTTELTON, WELLINGTON. PICTON. NELSON. TARANAKI. AND MaNJKAU. ROTORUA, s.s.. on Monday, .26th August. Passengers from Dunedin Wharf at 3 p.m. Cargo till noon. )R AUCKLAND via LYTTELTON, WELLINGTON, NAPIER, AND GISBORNE. —WAIHORA, 5.8., mi Thursday, 220 d August. Passengers per 2,30 p.m. train. OR SYDNEY VIA LYTTELTON WELLINGTON. NAPIER. GISBOHNK AND AUCKLAND. ROTOMAHANA, s.s., on Wednesday, 28th August. Pas eengers per 2.30 p.m. train. )R SYDNEY via OAMARU, TIMARU, LYTTELTON. AND WELLINGTON. - HAUROTO. 5.8., on Friday, 23rd August, Passengers from Dunedin Whaif at 2 p.m. Cargo till noon. )R MELBOURNE VIA BLUFF AND HOBART —MARAROA, s.s., on Thursday, 22nd August. Passengers per 3.35 p.m. train )R FIJI from AUCKLAND.-ARAWATA s.s., about Saturday, 14th of September. )R TONGA AND SAMOA. WAINUI from AUCKLAND, about Friday, 23rd August. Freight and Passengers booked through. Fu 1 particulars on applici for, )R TAHITI.—RICHMOND, s.s., on Friday 23rd August, SPECIAL CARGO AND PASSENGER SERVICE Reduued Fares and Cargo Prices, )R WESTPORT VIA TIMARU, AKAROA, LYTTEi/TON. WELLINGTON, AND NELSON. GRAFTON, s.s.. on Friday, 23rd August. Passengers from Dunedin Wharf at 6p.m. Cargo till 2p.m. )R GREYMOUTH (taking cargo for Hokitika) VIA OAMARU. TIMARU, LYTTELTON. AND WELLINGTON. A STEAMER 3 R rl3 ATT OKLA N D VIA OAMaRU TIMARU, NAPIER, AND GISBORNE (taking cargo forTauranga).—A STEAMER early. Offices : Corner of Vogel, Water, and Cumberland "treats. AUCTIONS. SATURDAY, 24th AUGUST, 1889, At 11 o’clock sharp. At the Dunedin Horse Saleyards. RACEHORSES, Etc. WRIGHT, STEPHENSON, AND CO. have received instructions from Mr J, Loughliu to sell, at above time and place, without reserve, The well • known racehorses La Bose, Warlock, Ishmael, and Le Temps. Together with Racing saddles, bridles, clothing, etc, 1
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