AMUSEMENTS RINOESS'S THEATRE. Under the sole direction of Bland Holt. POSITIVELY LAST NIGHT POSITIVELY LAST NIGHT POSITIVELY LAST NIGHT Of BLAND HOLT'S Second Novelty, THE RULING PABSION. last night op LONDON BY GASLIGHT. last night op THE REAL RAIN. last NIGHT OF THE LUNATIC ASYLUM. last nioht OP THE BALLOON ASCENT. LAST RULING NIGHT LAST RULING NIGHT LAST RULING NIGHT LAST RULING NIGHT LAST RULING NIGHT LAST PASSION NIGHT LAST PASSION NIGHT LAST PASSION NIGHT LAST PASSION NIGHT RULING PASSION. Remember, Positively last Production of this GREAT SPECTACULAR DRAMA. Last Night of GORDON'S BEAUTIFUL STAGE PICTURES. THE RULING PASSION Is a good Drama, Illustrated with Beautiful Scenery, Wonderful Mechanism, and Splendidly Acted by a COMPANY OF KIEST-GLASS ARTISTES. MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 9Reproduction, by Special Request, of the Old Favorite Drama, NEW BABYLON NEW BABYLON ; Or, LIFE IN THE GREAT CITY. Prices of Admission: Dress Circle, 4a; Stalls, 2s 6d; Pit, Is. Box Plan at the Dresden Piano DepSi. 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. TO-NIGHT. TO-NIGHT. SATURDAY. SATURDAY. FULL BAND. FCJLLi BAND. GRAND SKATING. POPULAR PRICES POPULAR PEIOES For the Million. The Tramways Company have lowered their fares, the Bus Company have lowered their fares, the Union Company have reduced their fares, the Ellis Line have reduced their farep, and so will Mr Aldrich on Saturday Evenings. REMEMBER REMEMBER SATURDAY EVENINGS. TO-NIGHT, MR T. CHAPMAN will render A CORNET SOLO. MR PURVEY will Sing the Fine Scotch Songs • The wee thing tint j >ggit them a',' And 'Robin Tamson's Smiddy.' MR CUNNINGHAM will Preside at the Piano. And Admission to all only Sixpence— SIXPENCE ADMISSION. Sixpence Admission. Sixpenoe Admission. R. DAVY ALDRICH, Proprietor. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 11th, 1889. ENTERTAINMENT IS AID op the ALHAMBRA FOOTBALL ACCIDENT FOND. GRAND MAN-OF-WAR FREE AND EASY, By the Crew of the trim little gunboat Zealandia. PROGRAMME: Overture—' Primrose' (Beepsant). Dunedin Ordnance Band. Openisg Chorus —' We Tars.' Song—'The Lifeboat.'—Densem, A.B. Song—'Three Jolly Sailor Boys.' —W. F. Smith. A.B. Song (Comic)—' Mary Ann.'—Marine DalJae. Song—'Bay of Biscay.'—H. B. Smith, A.B. Song—'Anchored.'—F. L. Jones, A.B. Hornpipe.—Bills, A.B. Part 11. Selection—'Leisure Times' (Frost).—Dunedin Ordnance Band. Song—'A Hundred Fathoms Deep.—Young, A.B. Song—' Undw the Flag.'—Marine Maclaughlin. Song (Comic)—' The Heathen Chinee.'—Dallas, A.B. Song—'Jack's Yarn.'—Umbers. A.B, Song—'The Ship's Fiddler.'—Jago, A.B. Jig.—Bills, A.B. Closing Ghofus—' Rulol Britannia.' Ship's Pianist Ship's Fiddler ... Albert Vallic, A.R. ... 0. Hale, A.B. Piano kindly lent by the Dresden Piano Company. t3T The Ordnance Band has kindly consented to assist. Conductor, Mr A. F. ROBERTSHAW. Ticket?, 2s and Is. Doors open at 7.80; commence at 8, SCOTCH CONCERT. r GARRISON HALL, FRIDAY, BEFTEMBER 27. Leading Vocalists and Knox Church Singing Classes, etc. Proceeds to Y.W.C. A. and Leavitt House Funds. Programme and particulars in future issue. Admission—2s and Is. Tickets now ready. GBAND BAZAAR. KING STREET CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH, WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY, and FRIDAY NEXT. To be opened on Wednesday at 7.30 by His Worship the Mayor. N.E.V. Band, under the leadership of Mr C. H. Corrigan, also a large choir under the baton of Mr R. C. Jones, will contribute selections; Miss Aitken, accompanist. Admission to Bazaar and Concert, Is ; ehil dren 6J. Thursday and Friday afternoonß free. BANKRUPTCY NOTICE. GAZEITB IN BANKRUPTCY, —| HB EVENING STAR Is duly appointed Gazette for the publication of all Notices under the Bankruptcy Act. In the Superior Court of Bankruptcy, holden at Dunedin. In the matter of "The Bankruptcy Act, 1883," and the Amendments thereof, and in the matter of DONALD ALEXANDER ROSS and JAMES COLIN ROSS, trading at Dunedin under the style of "Ross 8r05,," restaurant keepers, Bankrupts. ■VTOTIOE IS HEREBY GIVEN that by an 131 Order of the above-named Court made this day, the Bankruptcy of the above-named Bankrupts was closed. Dated this 7th day of September, 1889. JAMES ASHCROFT, Official Assignee, Notice is hereby given that the Court has appointed Monday, the 23rd day of September, 1889, at the hour of eleven o'clock in the forenoon, or as so in thereafter as Counsel can be heard, as the day and hour upon which the application of the above-named Bankrupts for an Order of Discharge will be heard. Dated this 7th day of September, 1869. JOHN WILKINSON, Solicitor for the Bankrupts. In the Court of Bankruptcy, holden at Dunedin. In the matter of "The Bankruptcy Act, 1883,"and of theseveral Acts amending the same, and of the bankruptcy ot WILLIAM BRANSGROVE, of Dunedin, butcher, a bankrupt. I OTIOE IS HEREBY GIVEN that by an J order of the above Court, dated the 27th August, 1889, the bankruptcy of the abovenamed Bankrupt was Closed. Dated this sth day of September, 1889.' JAMES ASHCROFT, Official Assignee, Notice is Hereby Given that the Coutt has appointed Monday, the 23rd day of September, 1889, at the hour of eleven o'clock in the forenoon, or as soon thereafter as counsel can be heard, for hearing the application of ihe abovenamed Bankrupt for an order of Discharge. ADAMS BROS., Solicitors for the Bankrupt,
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