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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3, Issue 8004, 5 September 1889
AMUSEMENTS RINOESS'S THEATRIC. Under the Hole direction of Bland Holt, SUCCESS GRFATER THAN EVER ! ANOTHER CROWDED HOUSE I Id spile of the inclemfiiit weather, a Generous Public rolled up en ina.w. last Night to witness Bland Holt'h Second Novelty, THE RULING PASSION THE RULING PASSION THE RULING PaSSION. Unanimcks Verdict: A well-constructed tirama. A beautiful Story, A triumph in Stage Meehaniem. GORDON'S MAGNIFIOENT SCENHRY the theme of admiration. Notwithstanding the Enormous success of THE RULING PASSION. The Management arc compelled, owing to the production of acother great Novelty to announce the LAST NIGHT LAST NIGHT LAST NIGHT BUT TWO BUT TWO BUT TWO Of THE RULING PASSION. Prices of Admission: Dress Circle, 4i; Stalls, 2s 6d; Pit, Is. Box Plan at the Dresden Piano Dep6t. Day tickets at Jacobs's and Allen's. Business Manager ... Mr W. H. Seagrave Advance Agent ... Mr W. H. Manning A'sistant Stage Manager Mr Harry Norman PRINCESS'S THEATREWanted, 20 Tall, Handsome YOUNG LADIFS. Apply 11 o'clock TO-MORROW MORNING, Stage Toor. BLAND HOLT. ALAOE SKATING RINK. Open Daily. Excellent Band. TO-MORROW (FRIDAY), THE FASHIONABLE EVENING. »AL AC E SKATING RINK. Proprietor and Manaeer ... R, Davy Aldrioh HURRAH. HURRAH. HURRAH. POPULAR PRICES POPULAR PRICES For the Million. The Tramways Company have lowered their fares, the Bus Company have lowered their fares, the Union Company have reduced their faros, the Ellis Line have reduced their fares, and so will Mr Aldrich on Saturday Evenings. REMOIBER REMfMBER SATURDAY EVENINGS. Excellent Band and Popular Concert, good Singers, and a glorious Evening's Amusement; and Admission to all only Sixpence-SIX-PENCE ADMISSION. Scotch Songs, Scotch Songs, and a real good time, R. DAVY ALDRICH. TABERNACLE SUNDAY SCHOOL DORCAS SOCIETY. IHR SECOND ANNIVERSARY of the J above Society will be celebrated by an EXHIBITION ( F OURIO3 AND WORKS OF ART, AND SALE OC WORK On FRIDAY AND SATURDAY AFrERNOONB A.ND EVENINGS, 6th and 7th SEPrKMBER. Afternoons, fiom 3to !5. Evenings, from 7 to 9.30. Admission ... SIXPENCE. EMPERANOE HALL, MORNINGTON. TO-MORROW (FRIDAY) EVENING, GRAND CONCERT In aid of Formation of Footpath from Clyde Avenuo to Gordon Street, Maryhill, At which tho following leading Vocalists have given their valuable assistance:—Messrs Smith, Umberp, Rtratton, Jago, Towaey, Young, and Densem. Admission Front Seats, 2s; Back Seats, Is. Doors open at 7-30; Conceit at 8 p.m. TO-MORROW NIGHT. SEPTEMBER Gth, GRAND BKNKIiTP CONOEKT. Kindly tendered to Mr T. 11. WOOTTON (Late Manager City Hall Skating Rink). Grand Sailor's Hornpipe Competition for handsome Medal between some of our wellknown step-dancers. Moncter Programme, Admission. One Shilling. Tickets may be ob'aincd at the doors. Doors open 7.30. Concert 8 o'clock shun). The Caversham Brass Band (32 strong) have kindly given their services. MEETINGS. LODGE OTAGO KILWINNING, No. 417. S.C. |HE OFFICERS AND MEMBERS of this Lodge are requested to Attend the Fnneral of our late Brother Charles Roberts, TOMORROW (Friday), 'th instant, at the Southern Cemetery, at 3 p.m. W. N. BaS?TIAN, R.W.M. WEST HARBOR ABiTAINERS' UNION. MONTHLY SOCIAL MEETING will be held To-morrow (Friday) Evening, the 6th inst., at 7.45, in the Congregational Church, Ravensboume. Interesting Programme. Address by Rev. Mr Sharp. A cordial invitation to all. JUBILEE PARK. NNUAL GENERAL MEETING will be L held at the Town Hall on Friday Evening, 6th inst,, at 8 p.m. Business: Report, Balance-sheet, Election of officers for ensuing year. All interested are invited to attend. J. 0. THOMSON, Hon. Sec. LOST AND FOUND. OST, on Tuesday, between Maori Hill and J Ootagon, Purse, containing gold ring, with peaOs, money, key. Please return E. Powell (Carter and Co.), Geoigo street. LECTURES. N.E. VALLEY PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. A LECTURE will be given by the Rev. J. Gibson Smith on 'SCOTLAND AND THE SCOTCH,' on FBIDAY, SEPTEMBER C, at 8 p.m. A selection of Scotch songs will be sung during the evening. Collection in aid of Sunday School Fund. AUCTIONS SATURDAY, 7th SEPTEMBER, At 2 o'clock "ENRY LARNKR _ ■ will sell by public auction, at his Rooms, Rattray street (next Bank New Zealand). Household Furniture and Effects, consisting of— Euite in leather, full Scotch chest drawers, wardrobe, iron and wood bedsteads, spring mattress and bedding, 6 pair blankets, dnchesse drawers and toilet, handsome clock, fancy brackets, bandpainted tea set, curtiins, antimacassars, range, horsehair, Austrian, and other chairs, largo carpet, bordered square?, crockery, cutlery, fancy goods, cheffonier, and sundries. Also, Six sample watches (English levers and others), half cheat and five boxes tea. FRIDAY, 6th SEPTEMBER, At 2 o'clock. VALUABLE HOUSEHOLD FURNITURF, Consisting of— Superior cottage pianoforte (by Weber\ new Brussels carpet (13ft Cin x 14ft 6in), ladies' occasional drawing room chairs, easy chairs (in tapestry), occasional table, inlaid walnut oval table, gipsy table, inlaid whatnots, drawingroom tea tables, cheffonier, extend ing dining table, breabfast-roomdiningtable office wiiting desk, mahogany escritoire writing desk, large bookcase, dining room furniture (in haircloth), handsome red pine bedstead, wardrobe, circular washstand, chests of drawers, perambulators, opossum rags, Singer's sewing machine, and sundries 'AMES A. PARK AIi,D CO. 'J are instructed by tho proprietor to sell by auotion, at their Rooms, Manse street, on Friday, The whale of the above Household Furniture and Effects. Terms cash. EATURDAY, 7th SEPTEMBER, At 12 o'clock. In Rooms, Manse street. On account of whom it may concern. Ex Peri. 47 CRATES SAUCE BOTTLES. 4 „ OHUTNEK do. Terms at sale. ■AMB.S A. PAfIK AN|» OC,
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