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LATE ADVERTISEMENTS. (C ENGINE Sale of Lightband, Allan, and X Oo.’s entire Dunedin Bankrupt Stock at the Pity Boot Palace, 71 George street. “ /~\TTO ” Vertical Gas Engine to be seen V-J working. King street Congregational Church Bazaar, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday. A 1 USTRALIAN MUTUAL PROVIDENT SOCIETY. ESTABLISHED 1849 FOE LIFE ASSURANCE ON THE MUTUAL PRINCIPLE. The oldest established Australian Life Office, and the only one that declares A BONUS EVERY YEAR. Branch Office; Custom-house Quay, Wellington. Local Boabd of Dibectors: The Hon. Morgan S. Grace, M.D., M.L.G. (Chairman). Charles John Johnston, Esq (Deputy Chairman). William Seed, Esq. Alfred De Bathe Brandon, Esq. The Hon. Edward Richardson, O.M.G, M.H.R. Policies in Force ... ... £87,070 Sum Assured ... ... ... 30.691,196 Accumulated Funds ... ... 8,169.311 Annual Income... ... ... 1.512,280 Cash Bonuses Divided ... ... 3 623,450 Cash Bonus for One Year, 1888 ... 400,893 Extract from the last Annual Report of the Society’s Actuary“ Ten years ago I, as it were, challenged Life Assurance Societies, wherever situated, to show a record comparable to that of this Society. Adapting the language then used to the facts and figures of to-day, the Australian Mutual Provident Society at 40 years of age stands before the world as a life assurance institution that has achieved UNPARALLELED success. For stability it is UNSURPASSED, for the profit it has realised and divided it is UNEXCELLED, and for the liberality of its business arrangements it is MATCHLESS. No Other life assurance society in any part of the world bas had at the end of 40 years 87,070 policies in force, as-nring L 30,691,196, an accumulated fund of L 8 ,169,311, and an annual revenue of L 1,512,280, of which it could be said that the rate of expenses to premium income has been LESS, the rate of interest realised on the funds HIGHER, the premiums charged LOWER, the reserve for the liabilities HIGHER, and the bonuses allotted to its members LARGER than those of this Society. If 1 repeat myself, it is true now, as then, that each an institution may well be the boast of Australasia and the special pride of Sydney, the city of its foundation.” Forms of Proposal and every requisite information may be had npon written or personal application to any of the District Offices or Country Agents, or to EDWARD W. LOWE, Resident Secretary* Dunedin District Office, B. R. STOCK. Agency Clerk, AMUSEMENTS J>RINOESS’S THEATRE, Under the sole direction of Bland Holt, ANOTHER CROWDED HOUsE LAST NIGHT. 1,400 Faces Beamed with Delight. Cheer upon Cheer Re-echoed through the Theatre. The Audience Loud in their Praises of BLAND HOLT’S THIRD AND LAST NOVELTY OF THE PRESENT SEASON, BABYLON I BABYLON BABYLON NEW BABYLON BABYLON |BABYLON GEORGE GORDON’S SCENERY Illustrating THE COLLISION AT SEA OREMORNE GARDENS GOODWOOD RACECOURSE Was warmly Eulogised by the Audience. LAST | WEEK LAST POSITIVELY WEEK LAST 1 WKhK POSITIVELY LAST WEEK. BLAND HOLT’S SONGS SONGS SONGS. •THE ORGAN MAN.’ ‘THK ORGAN MAN.’ ‘OVER GOES THE SHOW.' 1 OVER GOES THE SHOW.’ DOUBLY ENCORED NIGHTLY. THE SUCCESS SUCCESS SUCCESS Of the Season is NEW BABYLON. Dress Circle, 4s; Stalls, 2s 6d; Pit, Is. Box Plan at the Dresden Piano Depflt. Day tickets at Jacobs’s and Allen’s, Tobacconists. Business Manager ... Mr W. H. Seagrave Advance Agent ... Mr W. H. Manning Assistant Stage Manager Mr Harry Norman The palace skating rink win be CLOSED to the pnblio THIS EVENING, being privately engaged. R. DAVY ALDRICH. PRELIMINARY NOTICE. pALAOE SKATING RINK. GRAND CARNIVAL AND BALL, Under the patronage and in the presence of His Worship the Mayor and other distinguished citizens, will be held on FRIDAY, 27th SEPTEMBER. R. DAVY ALDRICH. ALL SAINTS’ SCHOOLROOM. A GRAND CONCERT will be held in above Hall on THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 12, at 8 o’clock, in aid of the funds of the North Dunedin Church. PROGRAMME: Part Songs—(a) ‘ Soldier’s Farewell,’ (6) ‘ True Sword.’ Song— 1 The White Squall.—Mr T. A., Hunter. Song—'The Bend of the River.’—Mrs Tod A Song—‘The Village Blacksmith.—Mr J. Jago Piano Soli— {a} ' Sohlummerlied, ’(6) ‘Pizzicato’ (‘ Sylvia.’)—Mi-s Colvill. Song—'Got Mit Dir’ (‘Heaven with Thee’).— Mr O. Umbers. Song—' Time and Tide.’—Miss Coote. Part Songs— (a) ‘ Sleep Than, Wild Rose,* (6) ‘Christmas Night.’ Song—‘Anchored.—Mr F. Jones. Song—‘Tell me, my Heart.’—Mrs Todd. Violin Soli—(«) ‘ Cavatina,’ (6) ‘Sohlummerlied.’—Mr Geo. H. Sohaoht. Duet—‘The Chamois Hunters.’—Messrs T. Hunter and J. Jago. Song—Selected.—Miss Coote. Part Songs-(a) 'Always More,’ (6) Slumber Soft,’ Accompanists: Miss Colville and Mr E. Towsey. Admission—One Shilling. IJCEMPEEANCB HALL, MORNINGTON. SALE OF WORK in aid of the Funds of ST. MARY’S CHURCH, THURSDAY and FRIDAY, Sept. 12 and 13, Thursday—Tea Meeting at 6.30. Friday Dramatic Entertainment. Door open at 7 p.m. Admission—One Shilling each evening. ST. JOHN’S HALL, ROSLYN. THURSDAY, 12th SEPTEMBER, 1889 ENTERTAINMENT In aid of St. J <hn’s Literary and Social Club, consisting of Concert by well-known amateurs, and the laughable farce ‘ Enm’ns from Rome.’ Doors open at 7.30 p.m.; to commence at 8. Admission, Is. BOARD AND RESIDENCE. EUCALYPTUS House.—Comfortable Home for: Gentlemen; splendid view; very moderate terms. Oanongate, top of Clarke street. C COMFORTABLE Home, Two Gentlemen: j bath, piano; healthy situation; 10 minutes’ from Post Office. “ Moderate,” Stab Office. BN. MILLS begs to notify the General • Pnblio he has taken that well-known Honse known as YORK 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. LOST AN# ROUND. LOST, between High street and on tlib Bth inst., Walking Stiqk, with 'initials "bn.' Reward on returning sapa,e to IM’Kbfazie. Rising Sun Hotel, Vfellser.Btreet. LOST, Sunday evening (between William street apd St. AndrewV Church), Silver Bangle, finder regarded, on returning to M.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4, Evening Star, Issue 8009, 11 September 1889

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