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AMUSEMENTS P RINCKSB’S THEATRE. Uuder the solo direction of Bland Holt. TO NIGHT (SATURDAY), AUGUST 24. Doors open 7 sbaip; performance commences 7.45 sharp. Return of BLAND HOLT, Who will have the honor of inaugurating his Dramatic Season with his SPECIALLY ORGANISED COMPANY Of Old Favorites and New Faces, Miss B. LEWIS Mr W. HOWE Miss A. DEORWYN Mr C. HOLLOWAY Miss C. GEORGE Mr A. NORMAN Miss M. VIVIAN Mr A. GLOVER Miss V. VIVIENNE Mr St. LAWRENCE And Mr H. ROBERTS Mrs B. HOLT. Mr H. NORMAN Mr H. OVERTON Mr E. RYAN MrJ. S. LYLE, The first Novelty produced in Dunedin will bo the New and Original Military and Naval Drama, the success of the past season at the Adelphi Theatre, London, written by Henry Pettitt and SyJny Grundy, entitled THE UNION JACK. Jack Medway ... Mr Walter Howe Sir Phil p Yorke .. Mr Charles Holloway Captain Morton ... Mr Albert Norman Lieutenant Stanley Mr H. R. Roberts Peter Fly ... Bland Holt Tom Chuckle ... Mr Leonard St. Lawrence Joseph Tomkins ... Mr Augustus Glover John Stone Tim O’Grady Benjamin Bolt Miserable Jim Ethel Arden Ivy Arden Ruth Med* ay Mrs Stone Mrs Pippin Polly Pippin Mr Harry Norman Mr E. Ryan Mr H. Overton Mr J. Hefferman Miss Blanche Lewis Mrs Blaku Holt Miss Alice Deorwyn Miss May Vivian Miss Carrie Geoi gc Miss Virginia Vivienne. Fifty Trained Auxiliaries. Scenery depicting Maritime and Barrack Life, painted by MR GEORGE GORDON, Assisted by Mr James Peake. Note,—ln order to make each Bran aas complete as when produced in Melbourne and Sydney, Mr Bland Holt travels with al his Original Scineiy. Act I.—The Lawn at the Chestnuts. Rose Cottage. Act ll.—Aldershot Camp. Stanley’s Quarters. Act 111. —Gun Deck of H.M.S. Wellesley. The Garden Gate, The Drawing Room. Act IV.—Ethel’s Boudoir. Road to Whitesand Bay. The Tolleato, The Snow Avenue. Prices of Admission; Dress Circle, 4s; Stalls, 2s 6d; Pit, Is. Box Plan at the Dresden Piano Depot. Day tickets at Jacobs’s. Business Manager ... Mr W. H. Seagrare Advance Agent ... Mr W. H. Manning Assistant Stage Manager Mr Harry Norman jpALAOE SKATING RINK. TO-NIGHT (FRIDAY), THE FASHIONABLE EVENING. Full Band of Engineers. Commencing 7.30 o’clock. ADMISSION ONE SHILLING. B. DAVY ALDRICH, Manager. jQUNEDIN HIGHLAND RIFLES Intend holding a GRAND SCOTTISH CARNIVAL, lif GARRISON HALL, End of October, Dunedin naval artillery ANNUAL BALL, the most popnlar'of the season, Garrison Hall, next FRIDAY Evening. Double Tickets (including refreshments), 10s fid; Ladies’ (single), ss, Grand March at 9 p.m. Robertshaw’s Band of seven performers. Mr Myers caterer. F, W. WOOLLtTf, Hon. Sec. FIRST CHURCH OF OTAGO. ORGAN RECITAL AND SACRED CONCERT, Thursday. September sth, at 8 o’clock. Vocalists: Mrs W, H. Reynolds, Misses Mollison and Grey, Mr Carrick Martin. Organist: Mr J, Timson. Proceeds in aid of the Ladies’ Association. Tickets—One Shilling. EDUCATIONAL. PIANOFORTE.— Would give Music lessons in return for Dressmaking. Apply “Caversham,” Stab Office. LADIES or Gentlemen wishing to improve their Handwriting, Grammar, Orthography, etc., may do so in a few easy lessons privately at Wood’s Academy, Octagon, MR ALFRED G. BAKER, Teacher of 5. 6, or 7 String Banjo; terms L2 2a per quarter in advance. Glasses by special arrangement. Intending Pupils can have their banjos chosen by Mr Baker before leaving the warehouse. Address—Forth street, near Bridge. Mr j. timson (Organist of First Church, 12 years’ eicperience) is prepared to receive Pnpils for Pianoforte, Organ, and Singing. Classes for Singing formed to consist of not less than Three. Special Terms to Two or Three of one Family. Mr TIMSON is open to Engagements for Concerts, etc. as Director, Pianist, or Accompanist, and also for Organ Recitals. Mr Timson holds Testimonials from Dr G. 0. Martin (organist of St. Paul’s Cathedral, London), Dr Peace (orgmist of Glasgow Cathedral), T. H. Collinson. Fsq., Mus. Bac. (organist of Edinburgh Cathedral). Address: LOWER CARGILL STREET (2nd house below Victoria street), Dunedin SHIPPING. SPECIAL STEAM SERVICE. GREATLY REDUCED RATES. FOR SYDNEY via COASTAL PORTS. The s.s. hauroto will be despatched TO-MORROW. Passengers from Dunedin Whaif at 3 p.m. Carrying Passengers at LOWER RATES than any other Steamer in the Trade. UNION SCBAM SHIP COMPANY OF NEW ZEALAND. LIMITED. TTNION STEAMSHIP U COMPANY OF NSW ZEALAND (LIMITED). TIME TABLE. FOR OAMARU. BEAUTIFUL STAR, s.s. on Tuesdays and Fridays. Passengeis from Dunedin Wharf on Tuesday at 10 p.m. Cargo till 4 p.m, FOR LYTTELTON AND WELLINGTON.ROTORUA, s.s., on Monday, 26th Passengers from Dunedin Wharf at o p m Cargo till noon. F 01R 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 FOR AUCKLAND via LYTTELTON, WELLINGTON, NAPIER, AND GISBORNE. —ROTOMAHANA, s.s,, on Wednesday, August 28. Passengers per 2.30 p. m. train. BOR SYDNEY YIA LYTTELTON WELLINGTON. NAPIER, GISBORNE AND AUCKLAND. ROTOMAHANA, s.s., on Wednesday, 28th August. Pas sengers per 2,30 p.m. train. FOR SYDNEY VIA LYTTELTON AND WELLINGTON. HAUROTO. s.s. Passengers from Dunedin Whaif at 3 p.m. To-morrow. FOR MELBOURNE VIA BLUFF.— TB ANAU, s.s, on Thursday, 29th August. Passengers per 2.30 p.m. train. FOR FIJI from AUCKLAND.—ARAWATA s.s., about Saturday, 14th of September. FOR TONGA AND SAMOA. - WAINUI from AUCKLAND, about Friday, 20th September. Freight and Passengers bcoh6l throueb, Full particulars on application. FOR TAHITI.—RICHMOND, s.s., on Friday 23rd August. SPECIAL CARGO AND PASSENGER SERVICE Reduucd Fares and Cargo Prices. FOR WESTPORT VIA TIMARU, AKAROA, LYTTELTON, WELLINGTON, AND NBfSON.—MAHINAPUA, b.b„ on Friday, 30th August. Passengers from Dunedin Wharf at 6 p.m. Cargo till 2 p.m. FOR GEEYMOUTH (taking cargo for Hokitika) VIA OAMARU, TIMARU, LYTTELTON. AND WELLINGTON. - A STEAMER early. FOR AUCKLAND VIA OAMa.RU, TIMARU, NAPIER, AND’GISBORNE (taking cargo for Tauranga).—A STEAMER early. Offices : Corner of Vogel, Water, and Ourobeiland vtreets.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 5, Issue 7994, 24 August 1889

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 5 Issue 7994, 24 August 1889

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