AMUSEMENTS pRINGESS’S T HEAVER. Under the sole direction of Bland Holt Doors open 7; performance commences 7.45 sharp. BLAND HOLT'S DRAMATIC SEASON. THE A THE UNION VERITABLE UNION JACK. SUCCESS. JACK. OPINIONS OF THE PRESS. The ‘Otago Daily Times’ says: —“A powerful play, admirably mounted, and exce 1 - lently acted. . . . Taking it for all in all, it is without doubt the best melodrama that has been produced here. , , . The action of the play was in keeping with the ippointments - free and unconstrained from the beginning to the end. , . . The ladies all dressed most handsomely and effectively, and the gentlemen were also suitably attired.” THE UNION JACK. The Evening Star says: Once more we . *he pleasant privilege of welcoming a 'r „„ * T 'Bland Holt, a gentle nan who Las’visited «Twltn compani-s more than once before, flfid aa mvar,a T agreeable recollections behind. ; • • , ~ the reception accorded it on Saturday >■. , n , judge that it would draw through the who*. , the present season if Mr Holt were not pledged , to give Us other pieces during his short stay here. While mentioning the scenery, we may say that it is all brought with the company, and that it is the work of Mr George Gordon, an artist who is particularly well knovn IP the colonies for bis clever and attractive £6oDlo contrivances.” THE UNION JACK. The ‘Evening Setald’ says (—“The most brilliant success the boards of the Princess's Theatre have seen for many a long month attended the first production of 4 The Union Jack.' ... It Is, therefore, sensational, but the sensationalism never degenera' es into screaming, its pathos is never overdone; its in* tensely funny humor is in every detail unexceptionable and free from the slightest taint of that vulgarity which so often mars good work.” THIS (TUESDAY) EVENING, AUGUST 27, THE UNION JACK, Written by Henry Pettitt and Sydn y Gmndy, and interpreted by Bland Halt’s speciallyorganised Company Pr'ces of Admission: Dress Circle, 4 ; Stalls, 2s 6d; Pit, Is. Box Plan at the Dresden Piano Dfpfd. Day tickets at Jacobs’s and Allen’s. Business Manager ... Mr W. H. Seagravo Advance Agent ... Mr W. H. Manning Assistant Stage Manager Mr Harry Norman pALAOB SKATING RINK. TO-NIGHT (MONDAY), THE LADIES’ EVENING. Excellent Band in attendance Con mencing 7.30 o’clock. ADMISSION ONE SHILLING. R. DAVY ALDRIOH, Proprietor and Manager. PALACE SKATING RINK Moray Place. speciaiTnotioe. TUESDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 3rd, First Time in Dunedin—the Grand American Game of BASEBALL ON SKATES Will take place at 9 o'clock. Admission Prices as usual. £3“ No Charge for use of Private Skates. R. DAVY ALDRICH. Proprietor and Man ger. SHIPPING. UNION STEAMSHIP COMPANY OF NEW ZEALAND (LIMITED). TIME TABLE. OAMARTT,-BEAUTIFUL STAB, p.»., on Tuesdays and Fridays. Passengers from Dunedin Wharf on Tuesday, at 10 p.m. Cargo till 4 p.m. LYTTELTON and Wellington, BOTOMAHAN.A, s.s., on Wednesday, 28th August. Passengers per 2.30 p.m, tiain. LYTTELTON, Wellington, Pioton, Nelson, Taranaki, and Manukau.—TAKA PUNA, s.fl., on Monday, 2nd September. Passengers from Dunedin wharf at 3 p.m. Cargo till noon. AUCKLAND via Lyttelton, Wellington, Napier, and Gisborne.—ROTOMAKANA, ss, on Wednesday, August 28. Passengers per 2 30 p.m. train. SYDNEY via Lyttelton, Wellington. Napier, G'shorne, and Auckland, ROTOMAHANA, p.s., on Wednesday, 28th August. Passengers per 2.30 p.m. train, SYDNEY via Lyttelton and Wellington.— TEKAPO, s.B, about Tuesday, 17th September, MELBOURNE via Blufif.—TE ANAU, a.s., on Thursday, 29th August. Passengers from Dunedin Wharf at 4 p.m. Cargo t'll noon. FIJI from Auckland. ARAWATA, s.s,, about Saturday, 14th of September. TONGA and Samoa.—WAINUI from Auckland, about Wednesday, 28th August. Freight and Passengers booked through. Full particulars on application. TAHITI.—RICHMOND, s.s„ on Friday, 10th October, SPECIAL CARGO AND PASSENGER SERVICE Reduced Fares and Cargo Prices. WESTPORT via Timaru, Akaroa, Lyttelton, Wellington, and NeIson.—MAHINAPUA, 5.8., on Friday, 30th August. Passengers from Dunedin Wharf at 6 p,ra. Cargo till 2 o m. GREYMOUTH (taking cargo for Hokitika) via Oamaru, Timaru, Lyttelton, and Wellington.—BßUNNEß, s.s., on Saturday, 3lst August. Passengers from Dunedin Wharf at p.m. Cargo received till Ipm AUCKLAND via Oamaru, Timaru, Napier, and Gisborne (taking cargo for Tauranea) OMAPERE, s.s., on Saturday, 3lst August. Passengers from Dunedin Wharf at —p m. Cargo till 1 p.m. Offices : Corner of Vogel, Water, and Cumberland streets. MUNICIPAL NOTICES. BOROUGH OF MORNINGTON. ANNUAL ELECTION OF COUNCILLORS. ■XTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Thursj3l day, the 12th day of September, 1889. is appointed for the Annual Election of One Councillor for each Ward. Candidates’ Nominations, prepared in the prescribed form (which may be obtained from the undersigned) must be delivered to the Returning Officer, or at the following p'aces, on or before noon on the day appi inted therein FIRST WARD—At the Morning*on Public Library, Maclaggan street, on or before Saturday, the 31st August. 1889, the retiring Councillor being Mr J. Horsburgh. SECOND WARD—At Mr P. Davis’s Store, Glen road, opposite Mr M'Neill’s, Bootmaker, on or before Monday, the 2nd day of September, 1889, the retiring Councillor being Mr H. A. Reynolds. THIRD WARD—At the Council Chambers, Argyle street, on or before Monday, the 2nd day of September, 18*9, the retiring Councillor being Mr John Page. FRANCIS B. SMITH. Returning Officer. Mornington, 29th August, 1880. 4 BOROUGH OF MAORI HILL. ANNUAL ELECTION OF COUNCILLORS. Thursday, September 12. is the day appointed for the Annual Flection of Councillors (one for each Ward), and Nominations of Candidates will take place, as under, at 12.0 o’clock noon: NORTH WARD—Monday. September 3, at Faber’s Shed, Glenlelth. SOUTH WARD—Tuesday. September 3, at Pohoolhouse, Maori Hill. WEST WARD—Wednesday, September 4, at Jiyoe’s Shed, Wakari. BAST WARD - Thursday, September 5, at Woodhaugh Store. Ik Nomination Forms may be obtained he Maori Hill Store and the Wocdhangh and, when properly filled in, may be left owsFor South Ward, in the letter-box Sohoolhouse, Maori Hill, until the hour nination l for the other Wards, at the haugh Store, until the clay previous to y of Nomination ; or to the undersigned plncc ami hour named for the NominaE. S. CLARKE, Returning' (Ticcr. •August 20, 188!). INDIGESTION Cured by Ur Freemans Specific; a wonderful remedy. Klhsdon and Co., agents, 30 Princes street. MONEY can be obtained from R. Francis, Octagon (upstairs, next Athonseum). Repaid weekly, monthly, or otherwise. PIANOFORTE Instruction Book for Tonic Sol-fa Pupils, Ss; posted, 3s 6d Chas. Be gg and Go. INDBRSPBIL.—The ‘Christmas Gift’and 4 Kleinlieder ’ j the 4 Alphabet ’ on sale. 1 Ohas, B«gg and Co. 1
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