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Page 3 Advertisements Column 6, Issue 8018, 21 September 1889
AMUSEMENTS MAOCABE, MACOABE, MACOABE, TO-NIGHT (SATUKDAY), 1 a<?t NTPHT (PRKSENT PROGRAMME LAST NllrHl J MA , , I( , STATTTK oh UIULLE. MINNIA. To-night Last Opportunity of witneuhiig the Graceful Dancing of MDL LK. MINxN'IA Change . f Programme on Monday. The Grand Piano supplied by the Dresden Piano Company. Dress Circle, 3*: Stalls, 2s ; Pit, Is. Box Plan now open at Dresdeu Piano Company's. Day tickets at Allen's and Jacobs's, Tobacconists. Doors open 7; commence P. GEORGE BULLER, Manager. HK SEVENTH ANNUAL REHEARSAL OF SAORED SONG By the Members of Mr A. Brunton's Dunedin and Port Chalmers Classes will be held at the GARRISON HALL, DUNEDIN, On MONDAY, 23rd Inst., at 8 p.m. Part I. Selections from a service of Song entitled 'ON THE NORTH SEA,' The Connective Readings giving interesting information regarding Mr Mather's Mission to the Noith Sea Fishing Fleets. Tart 11. A Miscellaneous Selection of ANTHEMS, HYMNS, and MALK CHORUSES. Programme of Wordß sold at the doors and in the hall, Id each; also, the Service of Song, *On the North Sea' (words and music complete), Cd each. N.B.—On account of the above the Railway authorities have kindly postponed tr e 10 p.m. Train to Port Chalmers until 10.15 p m. QT. JOHN'S HALL, ROSLYN. THURSDAY, 26th SEPTEMBER, 1889. GRAND VOCAL AND INSTRUMENTAL CONCERT, In aid of Church Funds. PROGRAMME. 1. Pianoforte Solo—Grand Caprice—' Traviata' (Ascher).— Mrs Palmer. 2. S»»g—'The Bellringer' (Wallace).—Mr W. Farquhar Young. 3. Cornet Solo—' Faeilita' (Hartmann).—Mr T. Chapman. 4. Song—' The Last Muster' (Pontet).—Mrs Evatt. 5. BaDJo Solo—'Home, Sweet Home.'—Mr Baker. 6. Song —'Romany Lass' (Adams).—Mr T. Hunter. 7. Song—'Sleeping Camp' (Quentin).— Mr W. Densem. 8. Vccal Quartet-fa; 'Evening' (Abt). (I) 'The Rhine' (Kucken).—Messrs Umber*, Hunter, Jones, Towsey, Smith, Young, Densem, and Riedle. Interval. 1. Pianoforte Soli (a) ' Marche Funebre ' (Chopin), (b) ' Premiere Idylle Rustique (Leybach).—Mis Palmer. 2. Song—'The Vagabond' (Molloy).—Mr F. L. Jones. 3. Violin Solo—' II Barbiere de Seviglia' (Singelde)—Mr Jas. Coombs. 4. Song—'Sixo'clock in the Bay' (Adam?).— Mr Harry B. Smith. 5. Clarionet Solo —' Puritani' (Lazarus).—Mr W. H. Oorrigan. (!. Song—'Got mit der' (Roeckel).—Mr Chas. Umbers. 7. Song—'Old Folks at Home' (with banjo accompaniment).—Mr H. E. Martin. 8. Vocal Duet (comic) —* Kitty Gray.'—Mrs Evatt and Mr W. Densem. !>. Vocal Quartet- (a.) 'Thuringian Volkslied ' (Abt). (b) ' The Toast' (Zollner).—Messrs Umbers, Hunter, Jones, Towsey, Smith, Youog, Densem, and Riedle. Accompanists: Messrs E. Towsey and F. Robertshaw. Front Seat?, 2s; Back Seats, Is; Children, Half-price. Piano kindly lent by Dresden Piano Co. SCOTCH ENTERTAINMENT. GARRISON HALL, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 27. Performers : Mesdames Hislop and Todd, Misses Grey, Christie, and M'Queen, Messrs Densem, Umbers, Braik, Stratton, Brown, Park, and Bracken. AMATEUR ORCHESTRAL SOCIETY (Conducted by Mr D. Wishart) and KNOX CHUROH SINGING CLASSES (250 voices), For full particulars see programmes. Pianist, Mr A. J. Barth; Organist, Mr J. Lomai; Conductor, Mr A. M. Braik. Doors open 7.30: Concert at 8. Admission, 2s and li. Tickets from shops in town, members of classes, at Y.W.C.A. Roots, Leavitt House, etc. Secure tiokets before 3,000 Ate all disposed of. Late trains will be delayed 15 minutes. RINCESS'S THEATRE. PRELIMINARY ANNOUNCEMENT. tSS- THE COMING SENSATION. ■» Mr HARRY RICKARDS begs to announce the inaugurate, on WEDNESDAY EVENING NEXT, SEPTEMBER 25th, of the most unique AmusemeDt Enterprise ever undertaken in the Sonthern Hemisphere. Since his last visit to New Zealand he has been to England, and spared neither time, trouble, nor expense in engaging the very Best Company ti Comedians, Actors, Vocalists, Dancers, Musicians, and Specialists ever brought to Australia. THE PRIOES-A REVELATION. It is due mainly to a combination of fortuitous clicumstancea that such an organisation as the present Company—the very Pick of the Greatest Companies in England and Europe—a Company that is positively startling in its magnitude and greatness, has been made possible in the colonies, and to which (notwithstanding the enormous expense attached thereto) the Prices of Admission have been fixed at— Drbss Ctrclk ... TWO SHILLINGS Stalls ONE SHILLING Pit SIXPENCE. The Box Plan is now open at the "Dresden,' and Stall and Pit Tiokets may be obtained at Jacobs's. The Management would urge intend ing Patrons to secure seats immediately, and thus avoid the crush at the doors. WM. A. JINKINS, Business Manager. BOARD AND RESIDENCE. ANTED, by two Brothers (yonng), Board ' and Residence in private house, near Ootagon; state terms (moderate), includiig washing, etc, "Immediate," Stab Office. tOARD and Residence (baths, hot and ► cold), every comfort. "H.," Star Office. UPERIOR Board and Residence, 21s to 25s ; per week; central poeition in town. " Sigma," Star Office. OARD and Lodging Wanted for Married Couple in or near Dunedin. State terms to "E.F.H.," Stab Office. LOST AND FOUND. i EWARD. Loßt (between Burkes and j Ravensbourne), small Black-and-tan Slut, Finder return to Mr Hutton, Ravensbourne. STRAYED into my paddock (section 21, J5 bloek 8, Pine Hill), 11th of June, a young Bull (wild). If not claimed within 4 days will be destroyed. J. Hewitt, Pine Hill. AUCTIONS. MONDAY, 23rd SEPTEMBER, At 12 o'clock. 370 MATS FINEST WHITE SUGAB. In the Estate of W. D. Sutherland. At Queen's Bond. JM. SPEDDING « is instructed (with consent of the Official Assignee) to sell by ouctlon, at Queen's Bond, on Monday first, at 12 o'clock, 53 mats finest white crystals 46 „ „ 130 , 141 „ ~ ~ ~ Without reserve. j MONDA>, SEPTEMBRR 23, at 1 o'clock, In Rooms, 38 George street. T CAMPBELL AND CO. f • have been instructed to sell by auction •Chests of drawers, suite in leather, haircloth conches, half-tester iron bedstead, spring mattresses, bedding, carpets, iron ard wood bedsteads, Vienna chairs, etc. Also at 6,30 Furniture, drapery, boots, and goo.ds \o suit everybody.
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