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AMUSEMENTS pRINCESS’ S THEATRE. Under the sole direction of BLAND Holt. Doors open 7; performance commences 7.45 sharp. Enormous Success of Bland Holt’s Second Great Production. THE RULING PASSION THE RULING PASSION THE RULING PASSION Interpreted by BLAND HOLT’S SPECIALLY ORGANISED COMPANY. GORDON’S MAGNIFICENT SCENERY the theme of universal admiration, EXCERPTS FROM THE PRESS: “ Its situations are more exciting, and its incidents are more varied thon those of Messrs Pettitt and Grundy’s play, and therein lies a powerful elemontof popularity thatit possesses. .... Indeed, it is perhaps not going too far to say that no play has ever been produced in Dunedin in which greater lavishness, or greater attention to detail, has been exhibited.” —‘ Otago Daily Times.’ THE RULING PASSION. “It was, in fact, a combination of strong sensation with brilliant scenic effects. . . . . The piece was remarkably well played, and this, together with the capital scenic effects, recommends the play as one which should be seen by all lovers of a really good thing.”—‘Evening Herald.’ THE RULING PASSION. “Mr George Gordon is a perfect master of perspective, and all varieties cf scene appear well within his power of representation—whether a long London street or a sea effect, a view in the Crystal Palace grounds, or a journey through oloudland.”— Evening Star. SEE GORDON’S MAGNIFICENT PICTURES, illustrating London by Daylight London by Gaslight London by Moonlight The Crystal Palace Oloudland The Lighthouse Etc, etc., etc. Sec the Great Balloon Ascent and the Real Rain Storm. TO-NIGHT, and every Evening This Week, Bland Holt’s Brilliant Production of THE RULING PASSION. Prices of Admission: Dress Circle, 4r; Stalls, 2s Gd; Pit, Is. Box Plan at the Dresden Piano DepOt. Day tickets at Jacobs’s and Allen’s. Business Manager ... Mr W. H. Seagrava Advance Agent ... Mr W. H. Manning Assistant Stage Manager Sir Harry Norman c I T Y HALL. TO-NIGHT ! TO-NIGHT ! GRAND BENEFIT CONCERT IN AID OF E. HILL, Painter, of Woodhaugh. Tire following Ladies and Gentlemen have kindly consented to assist: — Sirs Hy. Rose, Sirs W. Angus, Mrs W. Slurphy, Miss Wooldridge, Mr W. Densem, Mr Harry Smith, Sir T. Hunter, Mr W. Young, Mr C. Umbers, Mr J. dago. Sir J. Tinison, Mr A. Towsey, Sir O. Slartin, Sir Blenkinsopp, Sir Jas. Barth, See Programme in Star, August 31st, PRICES OF ADSIISSION—Is and 2s Gd. *OOOXB open at 7 -SO \ Con cert at 8. FIRST CHURCH OF OTAGO. ORGAN RECITAL AND SACRED CONCERT. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER sm, 1889, At 8 o’clock. Proceeds in aid of the Ladies’ Association. Admission —One Shilling. PROGBASIME— Organ Solo—' Hallelujah Chorus ’ (Beethoven). Organ Solo—‘The Lake,’ a sketch (Spark). Solo— 1 Rest to the Weary ’ (Pinsuti) —Sliss Grey. Organ Solo— ‘ Schiller March ’ (Meyetbeer). Solo—‘o. Thou Afflicted,’ St. Peter (Benedict). —Sirs Henry Hose. Organ Solo— ‘ Offertoire,’ D minor (Batiste).— Sir Frank Kettle (pupil). Solo—‘Calvary ’ (Rodney).—Sir C. Slartin. Organ Solo— (a) ‘Fanfare,’ in D (Lsmmens); (6) ‘Postlude,’ in D (Smarts Solo —‘Eternal Rest’ (Picoolomini). —Mrs W. H. Reynolds. Organ Solo— (a) ‘ Angelic Voices ’ (Batiste); (6) ‘Andante.’E minor (Batiste). Solo—(a) ‘I Wi'l Sing,’ St. Paul (Mendelssohn); (b) ‘Lord at all times,’Lauda Sion (Mendelssohn). —Miss Slollison. Organ Solo—‘Pastorale,’ in G (Merkel). Solo- 1 Saved by a Child’ (Piccolomini).— Mr C. Martin. Organ Solo - ‘Silver Trumpets Slarch ’ (Viviani). Sir J. Timson Organist. PALACE SKATING RINK. NOTICE.—The Rink having been Privately Engaged Th's (Wednesday) Evening, it will be CLOSED to the Public after 5 o’clock. R. DAVY ALDRICH, Proprietor andSlanager. NOTIOF. THE PALACE SKATING RINK may be Engaged Privately for BALLS, SKATING PARTIES, Or other Amusements, upon reasonable terms, by applying to Sir ALDRICH, Proprietor. DUNEDIN ENGINEERS. FOURTH GRAND ANNIVERSARY BALL, IBRTSON HALL, Friday, September 13th, Robertshaw’s Band, Meyers’s Catering, louble Tickets, 10a 6d ; Single, 7s Gd. To be I from Slembers of the Comoany. P. BRODIE, Hon. Pec. MEETINGS. NOTICE. WILL Drapers’ Assistants kindly attend Meeting, to be held in Coffee Palace, halt-past eight, TO-NIGHT. LEITH WARD ELECTION. J-R THOMAS JOHNSTON will be glad to et the Ratepayers in the ALL SAINTS’ HOOLBOOM, on THURSDAY EVENING, at 8 o’clock. SHIPPING. \LWt UNION BTEASISHIP COSIPANY OF NEW ZEALAND (LISIITED). TISIE TABLE, OAMARU.—BEAUTIFUL STAB, s.s., on Tuesdays and Fridays, Passengers from from Dunedin Wharf on Friday at 10 p.m. Cargo till 4 p.m. LYTTELTON and Wellington.—PENGUlN, s. s., on Monday. 9th September. Passengers from Dunedin Wharf at 3 p.m. Cargo till nuuu. _ LYTTELTON, Wellington, Pictrn, Nelson, Tauranga, and Slanukau. PENGUIN, 8.5., on Slondny, 9th September, Passengers from Dunedin wharf at 3 p.m. Cargo till noon. AUCKLAND via Lyttelton. Wellington, Napier, and Gisborne. TARAWERA. s.s., on Wednesday, 11th September, Pas* sengers per 2.30 p.m. train, SYDNEY via Lyttelton, Wellington, Napier, Gisborne, and Auckland. —TARAWERA, b. s., on Wednesday, 11th September. Passengers per 2.30 p.m. train. SYDNEY via Lyttelton and Wellington.— TBKAPO, 5.8., about Tuesday, 17th September. MELBOURNE via Bluff and Hobart WAIHORA, 5.8.. on Thursday, sth September. Passengers per 3.35 p.m. train' FIJI from Auckland. —ABAWATA, s.s., about Saturday, 14th of September, TONGA and Samoa.—WAINUI from Auckland, about Wednesday, 25th September. Freight and Passengers booked through. Full particulars on application. TAHITI.—RIOHSIOND, s.s„ on Friday, 10th October. SPECIAL CARGO AND PASSENGER SERVICE Reduced Fares and Cargo Prices, WESTPORT via Tiraaru, Akaroa, Lyttelton Wellington, aod Nelson, GRAFTON, s.s,, on Friday,(6th September, passengers from Dunedin Wharf at 6 p.m. Cargo till 2 p.m. AUCKLAND, via Oamaru, Timaru, Napier, and Gisborne (taking cargo for Tauranga). —A STEAMER early. GREYMOUTH (taking cargo for Hokitika) via Oamaru, Timaru, Lyttelton, and Wellington.—BßUNNEß, 8.8., about Wednesday, 11th September. Offices ; Corner of Vogel, Water, and Cumberland streets.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3, Evening Star, Issue 8003, 4 September 1889

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 Evening Star, Issue 8003, 4 September 1889