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AMUSEMENTS RINCESS'S THEATRE. Under the sole direction of Bland Holt. Doors open 7; performance commence* 7.45 TONIGHT (SATURDAY), AUGUST 31. LAST NIGHT 1 Qf the LAST NIGHT I Romantic, Military, LtSSSSj Naval Drama, UNION JACK Union Jack Union Jack Union Jack Union Jack Union Jack Union Jack Union Jack Union Jack Union Jack Union Jack Union Jack Union Jack Union Jack Union Jack Umon Jack Union Jack Union Jack Union Jack Union Jack UNION JACK. LAST \ Of ( LAST NIGHT I BLAND HOLT I NIGHT LAST I In his J LAST NIGHT? Celebrated Creation ANIGHT LAST I Ofa I LABT NIGHT/ JOLLY BRITISH TAR. VNIGHT LAST NIGHT LAST NIGHT of BLAND HOLT'S COMPANY op SELECTED ARTISTS In the greatest play of the age, THE THE THE UNION UNION UNION JACK. JACK. JACK. MONDAY, SEPT3MBER 2, First Production in New Zealand of the great English, Ameiican. and Australian success, THE RULING PASSION. THE RULING PASSION. An entirely new set of magnificent Stage Pictures, painted by Mr Gordon. Prices of Admis^iuii: Dress Circle, 4i ; Stalls, 2* 6d; Tit, Is. Box Plan at the Dresden Piano Depot. Day tickets at Jacoba's and Allen's. Business Manager ... Mr W. H. Seagrava Advance Agent ... Mr W. H. Manning Assistant Stage Manager Mr Harry Norman ALAOE SKATING RINK, Mobat Place. TO-NIGHT (SATURDAY), 7.30. MAGNIFICENT BAND. MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 2nd, Ladies' Invitation Evening. TUE3DAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 3rd, First Time in L unedin—the Grand American Game of BASEBALL ON SKATE 3 Will take place at 9 o'clock. Admission Prices as usual. S3" No Charge for uvs of I'rivate Skates. R. DAVY ALDRIIH, Proprietor and Manager. SAVAGE CLUB. HE SECOND LADIES' EVENING of >- the Season will bo held in St. Matthew's Schoolroom on MONDAY, 2nd PROX., at 8 p.m. TicVots (? ice 2> 6d) rosy be obtained by members on application to F. J. STILLING, Hon. Treasurer. ri I T Y HA] WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 4. 1889. GRAND BENEFIT CONCERT IN AID OP E. HILL, Painter, of Woodhaugh. Accompanists: Messrs Barth, Towsey, and Timson. PRCGRAMMF. 1. Q lattbt -'Dorothy '(Oellier).—Mrs Murphy, fiJiss Wooldridge, Harry Smith, and W. Densem. 2. Song-' Queen of the Faith' (Pimuti) —Mr Harry Smith. 3. Song-' The Last Watch ' (Pinsuti).-Mr T. Hunter. 4. Song-'Out on the Deep' (Lohr).—Mr W. Young. 5. Duet -' Qui Vivo '—Old Guard (Planquette). Messrs 0. Umbers and J. Jago. •X Song—'Sweetand Liw'—Cradle Song (Wallace).—Miss Wooldridge. 7 Piano Soli—No 23 'Triumphal Chant,' No. 18 ' Duetto,' No. 19 'On the Shore' (Mendelssohn).—Mr J. Timson. 8 Song—'Whereis Heaven?' (Felix Maiti).— Mrs Henry Rose. 9. Song—'Qui Vive '—Who goesthero, French Sentry Challenge (Arnat) —Mr C. Umberc 10. M»le Quartet— 'Evening' (Abt).—Messrs Umbers, Hunter, Smith, and Densem, Part 11. 11. Quartet-'Bohemian Girl' (Ralfe). —Mrs Murphy, Miss Wooldridge, Harry Smith, and W. Uem-em. 12. Pong ' Serenade' (?chubcrt). —Mr C. Martin. 13. Fog—'To Arms' (Rogers).—Mr W. Tensem. 14. Pong—' Who's at my Window' (Osborne).— Mrs W. Murphy, t">. Piano Soli- fa) 'lntroduction <5 Pastorale Op. 28, No. I'(Bennett), (hj) 'Rondeau « la Polonaise' —Mr Arthur Towsey. 10. Song— 'The MeEsage from the K ; ng' (Pinsuti) —Mr J. Jago. 17. Song—' Kats O'Shane' (Linley).—Mrs W. Angus. 18. Song—' O Loving Heart' (Gottschalk) —Mr J. Blenkinsnpp. 19. Dust— 'The Ch jmois Hunters' (Hatton).— Messrs Smith and L'ensem. 20. Male Quartet-'The Rhine' (Kiicken).— Messrs Umbers, Hunter, Smith, and Densem. Poors open at 7.30. Concert commence at 8 Tickets to be had from Music Warehouses and Painters. Admission: Front Seats and Circle, 2s 61; Body of Hall, One Shilling. UNEDIN IRISH RIFLES' ANNUAL 9 BALL, GARRISON HALL, FRIDAY, 6th SEPTEMBER. Double Tioki ts, 7s 6d 5 Single, ss; Gallery, Is. TABERNACLE SUNDAY SCHOOL DORCAS SOCIETY. IHE SECOND ANNIVERSARY of the L above Society will be celebrated by an EXHIBITION CE CURIOS AND WORKS OF ART, AND SALE.Or? WORK On FRIDAY AND, SATURDAY AFTER, NOONS AND EVENINGS, 6th and 7th SEPTEMBER. Afternoons, from 3to 5, Evening?,, from 7 to 9.30. Admission ... SIXPENCE. LECTURES. EX-HJGH SCHOOL GIRLS' OLUB. .R STUART will Lecture at the High J School Monday Evening, September 2nd, at 8 o'clock. Friends invited. Club meets at 7. SO. AUCTIONS. SATURDAY, 7th SEPTEMBER, At 2 o'clock. HE PERPETUAL TRUSTEES, ESTATE, AND AGENCY COMPANY OF NEW ZEALAND, LIMITED, have been instructed to sell by auotion, at their Rooms, Rattray street, Dunedin, at the above time, Lot I.—Being part of allotment 25, Forbestown, Kaikorai Valley, with large wooden store and sheds thereon. Lot 2.—Bemg other part of allotment 25, Forbestown, with three-roomed cottage thereon. The above properties will b3 offered for sale without reserve. The cottage is in good order, and the store is a commodious building, suitable for small manufactory. For particulars apply THE AUCTIONEERS. SATURDAY, 7th SEPTEMBER, At 2 o'clock, With,o»t reserve. THE PERPETUAL TRUSTEES, ESTATE, AND AGENCV COMPANY OF NEW ZEALAND, LIMITED, are instructed to sell by public auotion, in their Rooms, Rattray street Dunedin, on Saturday, 7th September, at 2 o'clock, HAWK3BURY.—Jones's Township-Sec-tions 36 and 55, block 1., having frontages to Thomas and Henry stree's. CLARENDON. Nathan and Moses's Town-hip-Sections 1 and 2, block 1,, having frontages to Hyde street and a public road. These properties are for absolute snle, and will be sod without reserve. For particulars apply to THE AUCTIONEERS.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 5, Issue 8000, 31 August 1889

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 5 Issue 8000, 31 August 1889

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