AMUSEMENTS JpRINCESS'S THEATRE. Under the sole direction of Bland Holt. Doors open 7; performance commences 7.45 sharp. Instantaneous and Marvellous Success of BLAND HOLT’S Second Great Production. THE RULING PASSION Is drawn straight from the well of Truth, and that is why THE RULING PASSION Brings the tears to the eye and the laugh to the lips, for THE RULING PASSION Is brimming over with such wealth of true feeling that every heart is touched; and whilst THE RULING PASSION In Us vivid pictures of every phase of life recalls dear memories of ‘‘home, sweet home,” THE RULING PASSION Also shows us the LONDON OF TO-DAY, Including THE \ CLEO PA IRA’S NFEDLE RULING I THE SPHINX PASSION f WESTMINSTER ABBEY > HOUSES OF PARLIAMENT THE ( THE CLOCK TOWER RULING I And the PASSION/ RIVER THAMES. GORDON’S MAGNIFICENT SCENERY, Including London by Gaslight, the Crystal Palace, Cloudland, the Lighthouse, Etc., etc., etc. Prices of Admission: Dress Circle, 4s; Stalls, 2s 6d; Pit, Is. Box Plan at the Dresden Piano Depflt. 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 PALACE SKATING Moray Place. RINK, TO-NIGHT TO-NIGHT • (TUESDAY) (TUESDAY) First Time in Dunedin—the Grand American Game of BASEBALL ON SKATES Will take place at 9 o’clock. Admission Prices as usual. 43T No Charge for use of Private Skates. R. DAVY ALDRICH, Proprietor and Manager. Qi T Y HA L WEDNESDAY, 4th SEPTEMBER. GRAND BENEFIT CONCERT IN AID OP E. HILL, Painter, of Woodhaugh. The followirg Ladies and Gentlemen have kindly consented to assist Mrs Hy. Rose, Mrs W. Angus, Mrs W. Murphy, Mias Wooldridge, Mr W. Densem, Mr Harry Smith, Mr T. Hunter, Mr W, Young, Mr C. Umbers, Mr J. Jago, Mr J. Timson, Mr A, Towsey, Mr C. Martin, Mr Blenkinsopp, Mr Jas. Barth, See Programme in Star, August 31st. PRICES OF ADMISSION—Is and 2s 6d. Tickets to be had from all Music Warehouses and Painters. TABERNACLE SUNDAY SCHOOL DORCAS SOCIETY. THE SECOND ANNIVERSARY of the above Society will be celebrated by an EXHIBITION OF CURIOS AND WORKS OF ART, AND SALE OF WORK On FRIDAY AND SATURDAY AFTERNOONS AND EVENINGS, 6th and 7th SEPTEMBER. Afternoons, from 3to 5. Evenings, from 7 to 9.39. Admission ... SIXPENCE. TAKE NOTICE. MR JAS. M'NARE will make his First Appearance as the Novelty Dancer on FRIDAY NEXT at CITY HALL. MEETINGS. HARMONY Meeting, Pride Dunedin Lodge Good Templars, Choral Hall, Wednesday, 4th inst., 8 o’clock. All invited. ' OTAGO EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTE, Dunedin Branch. THE MONTHLY MEETING of the above | will be held in the Normal School on Saturday next, at 11 a.m., when Mr John Reid will introduce a discussion on Herbert Spencer’s ‘Essay on Education.’ A. PIRIE, Secretary. DUNEDIN PRESBYTERY. mHK PRESBYTERY OF DUNEDIN will Meet for Ordinary Business in the First Church on WEDNESDAY, 4th inst, at 11 a ‘ m ’ ALEX. M. PINLAYSON, Clerk. THE GAELIC SOCIETY. THE ORDINARY MONTHLY MEETING of the above Society will be held in the Oddfellows’ Hall, Stuart street, To-morrow Night (Wednesday, 4th September). WM. MACLEOD, Hon, Sec. GRANGE CRICKET CLUB. A SPECIAL MEETING of the above Club will be held in Cotter's Hotel on THURSDAY EVENING, the sth September, at 8 o’clock. All members are requested to attend. G. RBSTIEAUX, Acting Secretary. BOARD AND RESIDENCE. A YOUNG Girl wishes to give her Services for a good home. Address “8.,” Stab Office. ; WANTED, Board and Residence in private family. State terms to “Job,” Stab Office. HN. MILLS begs to notify the General • Public he has taken that well-known House known as YOctK HOUSE, Moray place, and is now prepared to receive Boarders and Visitors Breakfast from 7 to 9. Lunch from 12 to 2, Tea from 5 to 7. Good table. Prices moderate. auctions FRIDAY, 6th SEPTEMBER, At 2 o’clock. VALUABLE HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, Consisting of— Superior cottage pianoforte, now _ Brussels eirpet, ladies’ occasional drawing room cluirs, easy chairs (in tapestry), inlaid walnut oval table, occasional table, gipsy table, inlaid whatn ta, drawing room tea tables, oheffonier, extending dining table, breakfast-room dining table, tffioe wilting desk, mahogany escritoire writing desk, large bookcase, dining room furniture (in haircloth), handsome red pine bedstead, wardrobe, circular washstand, chests ofj drawers, perambulators, opossum rugs, and sundries. JAMES A. PARK AND 00. are instructed by the proprietor to sell by auction, at their Rooms, Manse street, on Fiiday, The whole of the above Household Furniture and Effects, Teima cash. SATURDAY, 7th SEPTEMBER, At 12 o’clock. In Rooms, Manse street. On account of whom it may concern. Ex Peri. 47 ORATES SAUCE BOTTLES. 4 „ OHUTNEB do. Terms at sale, JAMES A. PARK AND CO. SATURDAY, 7th SEPTEMBER,, At J;p»Bt 1 o’clock. Extensiye Sale o£ 1,000 VOLUMES VALUABLE BOOKS. Catalogues on Thursday. IL okg now on view. JAMES A. PARK AND QD,
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