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RINCESS’S THEATRE. Under the sole direction of Bland’ HotT, LAST NIGHTS, LAST NIGHTS of BLAND HOLT'S DRAMATIC aEASON. [CABftJ Mr Bland Ho£t returns his sincere thanks to the Residents of Dunedin and fcttrrdundiug Districts for the liberal support accorded, and the kind sentiments expressed towards Land oonipany during the present season. He also acknowledges with grateful thanks the valuable assistance given by the Press, whose kind and impartial Criticism will’ always be remembered by him. Every Evening at 7.45, the Old Favorite Drama, NEW BABYLON; „ Or, LIFE IN THE GREAT CITY, By Paul Merritt. Played over 3,000 Nights, patronised by H K.H. Prince of Wales, H R.H. Princess of Wales, H.R.H. Duke of Ed nburgb, H.B.H. Prince Teck, Lord and Lady Carrington, Lord and Lady Loftu», Sir Henry Brougham Loch, Karl and Countess of Kintore. PROLOGUE—The Voyage to New Babylon. John Bamirez Jack Randall Ah Luck ... Tom Eunice Flotsam ... Colonel Bluff Ingledew ... Hiram Maltby Figgles , Mr Albert Norman .. Mr H. R, Roberts .. Mr B. A. Ryan .. Mr J. S. Lyle .. Miss Blanche Lewis .. BLAND HOLT .. Mr H. Overton .. Mr J. Heffernan .. Mr A. Glover ~ Mr J. Ashby. Eunice ) Bel Lorrimei f Madge Maltby Dora Sparkcs Little L 00... Miss De Lacey Aunt Crazy Barton Ezra Lazareck The O’Sligo Characters in the Drama Miss Blanche Lewis Jetsam Hiram Maltby Jack Randall Vincent Vayne John Lamb, Eeij. Tiny Spurts Ha'mmersky Tom Wagley Boss Jube ... Miss Alice Deorwyn .... Mrs BLAND HOLT ~. Mias Virginia Vivienne ... Mias Josephine Trevor ... Miss Carrie George ... Miss May Vivian ... Mr W. H. Seagrave ... Mr Charles Holloway M‘Donald alias Smith alias Ramirez ... Mr Albert Norman Ah Luck ... ... Mr £. A. Bysn Flotsam ... ) The Brummagem > BLAND HOLT Bullfinch... ) (An American Detective), his 481st representation ... Mr J. Heffernan ... Mr A, Glover ... Mr H. B Roberts ... Mr W, Howe ... Mr Leonard St. Lawrence ... Mr Harry Norman ... Mr J. S. Lyle ... Mr G. Preston ... Mr Harry Overton, New, Beautiful, and Appropriate Scenery bj Mr George Gordon, assisted by Mr James Peake. Prologue—The Atlantic Ocean: Sinking ol the s.s. Antarctic. Act I—The Road to Ruin. Tattersall’s. The Horse Sale. Oremorne. The Costume Ball. Act 2—Sweet Revenge. Goodwood Racecourse. The Cottage, Chiswick. Act 3—The City. A Desperate Game. The Thames Embankment. The Electric Witness. Act 4—The Seven Dials. The Story of New Babylon. *=TSPECIAL RAILWAY NOTICE. Saturday Return Tickets to Dunedin will be issued at Oamaru, Clinton, and intermediate stations on 10th September, and will be available for return on 10th or 11th September. For the benefit of country visitors who wish to attend the. performance of NEW BABYLON, trains will leave Dunedin for Balclutha, Palmerston, and intermediate stations at 11. IE p.m. on 10th September. POSITIVELY LAST NIGHTS OF THE SEASON. Dress Circle, 4s; Stalls, 2» 6d; Pit, Is. Box Plan at the Dresden Piano Dep6t. Day tickets at Jacobs’s and Allen’s, Tobacconists. Business Manager ... MrW. H. Seagravt Advance Agent ... Mr W. H. Manning Assistant Stage Manager Mr Harry Norman P mg. ALAOE SKATING RINK, TO-NIGHT (Monday)—the Ladies’ EvenExcellent Music. B. DAVY ALDRICH, Proprietor. PRELIMINARY NOTICE. P ALACE SKATING. RINK, GRAND CARNIVAL AND BALL, Under Distinguished Patronage, Will be held On FRIDAY, 27th SEPTEMBER. R. DAVY ALDRICH, ■VTOTIOE, - THE PALACE SKATINC Xt RINK may be Engaged Privately foi Balls, Skating Parties, or other Amusements, upon reasonable terms, by applying to Mr ALDRICH, Proprietor. DON’T Forget—Grand Scotch Entertain ment, North-east Va'ley Hall, Wednes day, 11th September, by Mr A. Purves, th( famous Scottish vocalist, assisted by talentec vocalists and instrumentalists. Choice songs, recitations, character sketches, bagpipes, violii and piano selections.

BOARD AND RESIDENCE. WANTED, by Three young Tradesmen, Private Board and Residence, including washing; terms must be moderate. Address “ J.0.K.,” Evening Star Office. WANTED, Board and Lodging in the north end; hill preferred, “Permanent,” Stab Office. HN. MILLS begs to notify tbe General • Public he has taken that well-known House known as TORE HOUSE, Moray place, and is now prepared to receive Boarders and Visitors Breakfast from 7 to 9. Lunoh from 12 to 2. Tea from 5 to 7. Good table. Prices moderate. GOVERNMENT NOTICES. V. R. NEW ZEALAND RAILWAYS, AUCKLAND FOOTBALLERS, MATCH AT DUNEDIN, TUESDAY, 10th SEPTEMBER. PERFORMANCE OF NEW BABYLON BY BLAND HOLT’S COMPANY. SATURDAY RETURN TICKETS to Dunedin will be issued at Oamaru, Clinton, and Intermediate Stations on 10th September, and will be available for return on 10th or 11th. September. For the benefit of country visitors who wish to attend the performance of New Babylon, trains will leave Dunedin for Balclutha, Palmerston, and Intermediate Stations at 11.15 p.m. on 10th September. By order. V. R. NEW ZEALAND RAILWAYS, HURUNUI-BLUFF SECTION, CARTAGE CONTRACTS, CHRISTCHURCH, DUNEDIN, AND INVERCARGILL STATIONS. Railway Department, Head Office, Wellington, 23rd August, 1880. 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, PILCHER, Acting Secretary. V. R. NEW ZEALAND RAILWAYS. DUNEDIN HUNT CLUB RACE MEETING, September 13th and 14tb, 1889. SATURDAY RETURN TICKETS to Dunedin will be issued at Waiareka Junction, Clinton, ami Intermediate Stations, including Branches, on 12th, 13th, and 14th September, and will be available for return,up. to and including 17th September, By order,

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 6, Issue 8007, 9 September 1889

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 6 Issue 8007, 9 September 1889

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