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AMUSEMENTS RINOESS'S THEATRE. Under the sole direction of Bland Holt. Doors open 7; performance commences 7.45 Hharp. TO-NIGHT (Monday), SEPTEMBER 2, First Production in New Zealand of BLAND HOLT'S Second Novelty interpreted by his own Speo'ally-organised Company. Illustrations of London by Daylight, Gaslight, and Moonlight, by Mr George Gordon. THE RULING PASSION. Author: Mr James Wiling. Jasper Doone ... Mr Charles Holloway Gerald Swaine ... Mr Albert Norman Harry Manlcy ... Mr Walter Howe Tom Coatbridge ... Mr H. R. Roberta Nat Grey BLAND HOLT Dr Meadows ... Mr Augustus Glover Dr Theophilo Erasmus Dwining ... Mr Charles Holloway John Chump ... Mr E. Ryan Mr Forrester ... Mr J. S. Lyle Inspector Fry ... Mr Leonard St. Lawrenc Policeman XY I ... Mr J. Hefferman Cabman Mr H. Overton Charley Mr Harry Norman Mrs Ashbrooke . . Miss Alice Deorwyn Diana(her daughter) Mrs BLAND HOLT Sarah Shaveley ... Miss Virginia 3 Vivienne MinieDooM ) Miss B.Lewis Minie Dookc ) Laur > Swaine J Mrs Scrimmins ... Miss May Vivian Mrs Snatchem ... Miss Marion Neilson MrsDrDwinkg ... Miss Carrie George Liura Little M'-y Jane Miss Williams. Police, Soldiers, Foresters, Muffin Men, Butcher Boys, etc., etc. Prologue. -Interior of the Miser's House, THE RULING PASSION.—AVARICE. Act I,—London by Gaslight. THE RULING PASSION.—LOVE. Act ll.—Mrs Athbrooke's Mansion in Town. THE RULING PASS lON.-A MBIT, ON. Act 111. - Dr Dwining'u f livato Asylum. THE RULING PASSION.-HATRED. Act IV.—Tableau I—The Ciyatal Palace. THE RULING PASSION.—PLEASURE. Tableau 2—Cloudland. Tableau 3-Glimpse of the Great City. Tableau 4-The Lighthouse. The Rescue. Act V.—Tableau I—Mrs Aahbrooke's Mantion. g Tableau 2-A City Office. Prices of Admission: Dress Circle, 4); Stalls, 2s 6d; Pit, Is. Box Plan at the Dresden Piano Depot. Day tickets at Jacobs's and Allen's. Business Manager ... Mr W. H. Seagrave Advance Agent ... Mr W. H. Manning Assistant Stage Manager Mr Harry Norman ALACE SKATING RINK Moeay Place. TO-NIGHT (MONDAY). 7.30. Selections on the Fhnoforte during interval?. At 9.45 a PRACTICE GAME of BASEBALL will be played. TO-MORROW (TUESDAY), SEPTEMBER 3. Firßt Time in Dunedin—the Grand American Game of BASBBALL ON SKATES Will take place at 9 o'clock. Admission Prices as usual. 43" No Charge for we of Private Skates. R. DAVY ALDRICH, Proprietor and Manager. WEDNE3DAY EVENING, SEPTFMBBR 4th, 1889. GRAND BENEFIT CONCERT IN AID OF E. HILL, Painter, of Woodhaugh. The followir g Ladies and Gentlemen have kindly consented to assist:— Mrs A ngus, Mrs Murphy, Mrs Rose, Miss Wooldridge, Mr Blinkensopp, Mr Densem, Mr Jago, Mr Carrink Martin, Mr Harry Smith, Mr Umbere, Mr Young. PRICES OF ADMISSION—Ia and 2s Gd. See Programme in Stab, August 31st. Tickets to ba had from Music Warehouses ar.d Painters. FIRST CHURCH OF OTAGO. RGAN RECITAL and Sacred Concert, w THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER sth, at 8 oVock. Proceeds in aid of Ladieß' Association. Vocalists—Mrs W. H. Reynold?, Mrs Henry Rose, Miss Molliaon, Miss Grey, Mr Carrick Mattin. Organist-Mr J. Timton. Programme in Wednesday's 'tab. Tickets or Admission—One Shilling. MEETINGS. TOMEN'S Chtistian Temperance Union I Meet To-morrow, at 2 30, for business. At 6.30 p.m. a Social Gathering will be held, to which all Members are cordially invited. E. R. Dick, Bon. Secretary. TAILORESSES UNION OF N.Z. HE USUAL MONTHLY MEETING JL will be hold in the Choral Hall on TUESDAY EVENING, the 3rd SEPTEMBER, at 7.30 p.m. All Members requested to attend. JOHN A. MILLAR, Secretary. GOVERNMENT NOTICES. NEW. ZEALAND RAILWAYS. HURUNUIBLUFF SECTION. CARTAGE OONTF ACTS, OHRISTOOURCH, DUNEDIN, AND INVERCARGILL STATIONS. Railway Department, Head Office, Wellington, 23.rd August, 1889. SEPARATE WRITTEN TENDERS will be received at this Office up to Noon of MONDAY.the 23rd September, for the above Contracts, for a period of three years from the Ist January, 1890. Specifications and forms of tender may be obtained at the stations named. Tenders to be addressed to the New Zealand Railway Commissioners, Wellington, and marked outside "Tender for Cartage Contract, Station." Telegraphic tenders will not be received, and no tender will necessarily be accepted. By order of the Commissioners. E. G. PILOHER, Acting Secretary. BANKRUPTCY NOTICE. GAZETTE IN BANKRUPTCY, jHE EVENING STAB _ ia duly appointed Gazette for the publicstioa of all Notices under the Bankruptcy Act, IN BANKRUPTCY. THE FOLLOWING DIVIDENDS on all Proved Claims in the undermentioned Estates will be payable at my office, No. 12 Rattray street, on and after Thursday, the sth day of September, 1889 : OHAS. PAOEY, Hotelkeeper, Tapanui.— First and Final Dividend of 2a lid in the £. DAVID YORSTON, Contractor, Dunedin. —First and Final Dividend of 1b Cd in the£. THOS. EDMUND BUSH, Messenger, Dunedin.—Second and Final Dividend of 5s in the £. WM. HENDERSON, Farmer, Kaitangata. —First and Final Dividend of 3s 6d in the £. ROSS BROS., Restaurant-keeper?, Dunedin. First and Final Dividend of 3s in the£. JAMES ASHOROFT, Official Assignee. Dunedin, 2nd September, 1889. INSURANCE NOTICES. ASSURANCE COMPANY. Subscribed Capital ... L 2,000,000. Total Invested Funds ... L 4.042.000. Total Annual Income ... LBOO,OCO. The Undersigned, having been appointed AGENTS of the above Company for Otago, are prepared TO ISSUE POLICIES of Insurance against Fire at the Lowest Current Rates. NEILL AND CO., LIMITED.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3, Issue 8001, 2 September 1889

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 Issue 8001, 2 September 1889

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