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Page 3 Advertisements Column 5, Issue 8012, 14 September 1889
AMUSEMENTS pP.IHOES°,’S THEA TR E . Under the sole direction of Eland Holt, POSITIVELY LAST NIGHT OF THK SEASON. LAST NIGHT. LAST NIGHT. NEW BABYLON. NEW BABYLON. Mr Eland Holt returns his sincere thank's to the residents of Duuediu and surrounding districts for the liberal support accorded, and the kind sentiments expressed towards himself and company dining the present season; and he is reluctantly compelled to hid his patrons A KIND FAREWELL, owing to pressure of engagements, which will prevent him visiting Dunedin for the NEXT TWELVE MONTHS. He acknowledges with grateful thanks the valuable assistance given him by the Press, whoso kind and impartial criticism will always be remembered. LAST NIGHT OF THE SEASON. LAST 1 LAST [ LAST J NEW BABYLON. ( NIGHT < NIGHT [ NIGHT LAST NIGHT of the SEASON LAST NIGHT of the SEASON LAST NIGHT of the SEASON. LAST NIGHT of the SEASON. LAST NIGHT of GORDON’S SCENERY. LAST NIGHT of BLAND HOLT’S excellent Company of DRAMATIC ARTISTES. LAST NIGHT of the Magnificent SCENERYThe Collision at Sea, Cremorne Gardens, Goodwood Racecourse. LAST NIGHT of the SEVEN DIALS, In which scene BLAND HOLT will sing for the Last Time the Mirth-provoking Comic Songs The Organ Man The Organ Man The Organ Man His Funeral’s To-morrow His Funeral’s To-morrow His Funeral’s To-morrow. <2T The Company leave overland for Christchurch on MONDAY, September 16. Dress Circle, 4<; Stalls, 2s Cd; Pit, Is. Box Plan at the Dresden Piano DepOt. 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 PRELIMINARY, M A C 0 A B OPENS CITY HALL, WEDNESDAY, 18th SEPTEMBER. COURT PRIDE OF THE LEITH, No. 3,992, A.O.F. THE TWENTY-FOURTH ANNIVERSARY will be celebrated by a Grand concert and dance IN TUB NORTH DUNEDIN VOLUNTEER HALL ON FRIDAY EVENING, SEPT. 20, 1889. Doors open 7.30 p.m commence at 8. D.C.R. Bro. A. S. Adams will occupy the chair. PROGRAMME.— Part I. Overture (Piano)—Mr Cunningham. Duet—* Larboard Watch ’—Messrs Davie and Bowker, Song—‘Come, Birdie, Come’—MissMdes. Song—(comic)—‘Very Near It’—Mr F. Wells, Song (selected)—Mbs Frtdrio. Song— 1 The White Squtll’—Mr C. F. Bowker. Dance—Sailor’s Hornpipe (in costume)—Mr H. Bills. Song—‘Eileen Alannah ’—Miss S. M. Trongrove. Song— ‘ Anchored ’—Mr Davie. Song (comic)— 1 Clara Nolan’s Ball ’—Mr G. W. Dallas.
Part 11. Chairman's Remarks. Cornet Solo—Mi T. Chapman. Song (selected) —Miss Fredric, Song (comic)— ‘ Right Before the Mi-ana’—Mr F, Wells, Song—‘ The Old Flag ’ —Mr Davie, Song—‘Juanita’—Miss S. M. Trengrove. Song— 1 Estudiantina ’ —Mr C. F. Bowker. Song—‘He Wipes a Tear from Every Eye’— Miss Miles, Dance—Highland Fling (in costume)—Mr H. Bills. Song (coraicj—‘Four to One, Bar One’—Mr G. W. Dallas. Concert and Dance—Single Ticket, 3s 6d; Double Ticket, ss, Refreshments included. Concert Only—Front Seats, 2s; Back Seats, Is. PRELIMINARY NOTICE. THE SEVENTH ANNUAL REHEARSAL of Sacred Song by Mr A. Brunton’s Classes will take place at the GARRISON HALL ON MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 1889, Admission by Invitation Ticket only, to bo obtained from the Bible Depdt and Members of the Classes. Full particulars in future adveitisements. ST. JOHN’S HALL, EOSLYN. Grand vocal and instrumental CONCERT, THURSDAY, 26th SEPTEMBER, 1889, In Aid of Church Funds. The following leading Artistes have kindly consented to assist: Mesdames Palmer and Evatt, Messrs Young, Harry Smith, E. Towaey, Deneem, Hunter, F. Lawrence Jones, Umbers, John Stone, sen., Feltham, Schacht, and Robertshaw, Musical Director ; Mr J. A, X. Beidle. Admission : Two Shillings, and One Shilling. ST. ANDREW’S CHURCH HALL, Walker street. MUSICAL PERFORMANCE and an Address on ‘ Some of the Palaces and Sights of India,’ by Mr Joubert, Wednesday, September 18, at 8 p.m. Proceeds to be devoted to putting a Window in Mission Hall for the use of Kindergarten Children, Admission, Is. GOVERNMENT NOTICES. V. RNEW ZEALAND RAILWAYS. TIMARU RACES, SEPTEMBER 19 AND 20. SATURDAY RETURN TICKETS toTimaru will be issued at Waiareka Junction, Dunedin, and Intermediate Stations (including Branches), on 18th and 19th September ; and will be available for return up to and including Monday, 2.3rd September. By order. V. R, ■yiLLAGB SETTLEMENT LAND. Open for SELECTION FOR CASH, or on DEFERRED PAYMENTS, or PERPETUAL LEASE, at tho option of the Applicant, APPLICATIONS will be received at the Crown Lands Office. Dunedin, on WEDNESDAY, 23th SEPTEMBER. 1889, For Sections in Blocks IV. and VIII., Glenkenich District, Heriot TJpwnship, and Block 11., Maerewhenna District, containing from 2 to 47 acres each, at cash prices varying from LI 10s to L 3 per acre. No person shall bo allowed to select more than one section. If more than one application is received for the same section on the same day, priority of choice will he decided by lot on the day following. For plans and further particulars apply to this Office. J. P. MAI Commissioner of Crown Lauds Office, Dunedin, 2£tU August, 1889. ’LAND, .frown Lands. LOST AND FOUND. lOST, Black Waterproof Coat, Reward at, i Hansom Cab Rank. LOST, Black • and - tag. Pup, Tuesday, last; finder rewarded, W. Richardson, Lawrence street.' Efo/nington. LOST," between Moray place and Colonial Bank, a Book of Notes. Reward returning J, B. Calder, IG.George street, '
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