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Page 3 Advertisements Column 5, Issue 8026, 1 October 1889
AMUSEMENTS PRINCESS’S THEATRE. Lessee Mr Habby Biokabds. Treasurer ... Mr John C. Leete. Last Nine Performances of the Greatest Financial and Artistic Success ever in Dunedin, A SENSATIONAL TRIUMPH. THIS (TUESDAY) EVENING, LAST NIGHT of MA-IN-LAW. LAST NIGHT of ON GUARD. LAST NIGHT of THE BRIDGE. LAST NIGHT of THE LILIPUTIANS. LAST NIGHT of THE LANCASHIRE LASS and LAD. LAST NIGHT of THE IRISH SOLDIERS. LAST NIGHT of WA RMB R THE RE. TO-MORROW (WEDNESDAY) EVENING, Entire Change of Programme. Everything New from Beginning to End, FRIDAY NEXT— Grand Fashionable Night. COMPLIMENTARY BENEFIT Tendered by Mr Harry Rickards to his Business Manager, Mr WM. A. JINKINS, When, in addition to colossal programme by the present Company, several leading Lady and Gentlemen Amateurs have kindly tendered their services, and will take part, I The Box Plan is now open at the Dresden, i Prices—2s, Is, and 6d. Private Box, LI Is, Day Tickets at Jacobs’s and Allen’s. WM. A. JINKINS, Business Manager. PALACE SKATING RINK, Mobay Place. REMEMBER TO-MORROW NIGHT, WEDNESDAY, OCT. 2, The most exciting 3-MILE HANDICAP RACE on Skates this season (12 entries), several being Popular Skaters Trophy on view at Mr Allen’s, Tobacconist, Princes street. Admission, One Shilling. ST. PETER’S HALL, OAVERSHAM. Anniversary tea meeting, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 2. Tea, 6,30. Entertainment, 8 p.m. Tickets—ls 6d Tea and Entertainment; Is Entertainment only. MEETINGS. A SPECIAL Meeting of the Wanderers Cricket Club will be held in the Douglas Hotel on Thursday Evening, at 8 o'clock. All members and intending members are requested to attend. A GENERAL MEETING of tho Jewish Ladies’ Hand-in-Hand Society will be held in the Synagogue Chambers on Thursday, October 3rd, at 3.30 pm. Business important. A. M. Jacob, bon. sec. DUNEDIN PRESBYTERY. The presbytery of dunedin win Meet for Ordinary Business in tho First Church on WEDNESDAY, 2nd inst, at “ ALEX. M. FINLAYSON, ] Clerk. PORT CHALMERS ROWING CLUB. THE ANNUAL MEETING of the above Club will he held at the Port Chalmers Hotel on WEDNESDAY (To-morrow) EVENING, 2nd inst., at eight o clock. Business: Election of Executive, etc. All members and intending members are requested to attend, F. W. PLATT3, Hon. Sec. THE GAELIC SOCIETY. THE ORDINARY MONTHLY MEETING will be held in the Oddfellows’ Hall, Stuart street, TO-MORROW (Wednesday) EVENING, 2nd October, at 8 o’clock. WM. MACLEOD, Hon. Sec. NATIVES OF LANARKSHIRE. A MEETING, to arrange for i heir Fifth Annual Concert and Ball, will be held in the Shamrock Hotel, Rattray street, on WEDNESDAY, 3rd October, at 7.80 p.m. All Natives are respectfully invited to attend. J. STEWART, Sec. OTAGO AGRICULTURAL and PASTORAL ASSOCIATION. The eighth annual parade of Draught and Thoroughbred Entire Horses will be held at Tahuna Park on THURSDAY, OCTOBER 3, At 12 o’clock. Admission Is. SYDNEY JAMES, Secretary. LODGE OTAGO, No. 844, E.O. THE REGULAR MONTHLY MEETING of the above Lodge will be held in the Freemasons’ Hall, Moray place, on the 2nd of OCTOBER, at 7-15 p. m. Business: Initiation, Installation of W.M., and Investiture of Officers. Visiting Lodges are cordially invited to be in attendance at 8 o’clock. W. RONALDSON, P.M., Secretary, THE OFFICERS AND MEMBERS of the undermentioned Lodges are requested to Meet at the Masonic Hall, on WEDNESDAY, 2nd inst., at 7.45 p.m., to attend the Installation of W.M. and Investiture of Officers of Lodge Otago, 844, 8.0. Lodges Dunedin, No, 931, E. 0.: Hiram, No. 2.008, E. 0.; Otago Kilwinning, No. 417, 5.0.; Celtic, No. 477, 5.0.; St. John Kilwinning, No. 662, 5.0.; St, Patrick, No. 468,1.0. ; Port Chalmers Marine, No. 942, E. 0.; Cargill Kilwinning, No. 632, S.O. ; Lodge St. Andrew, No 432, S. 0. J. S. Oapstiok, W.M., No. 931, E.O. T. A. Petbkkin, W.M., No. 2,008, E.O. W. N. Basstian, R.W.M., No. 417. S.O. R. Sinclaib, R.W.M.. No. 477. S.O. T. S. Jeffbet, R.W.M., No. 662. S.C. D. Wishabt, W.M., No. 468, 1.0. J, T. Wabbdbton, K.W.M., No. 632, S.O. R. Matheson, W.M. No, 942, E.O. J. S. Nugent, R.W.M., No. 432, S.O. DISTRICT GRAND LODGE OF OTAGO AND SOUTHLAND, 8.0. DISTRICT GRAND LODGE NEW ZBAL4ND SOUTH, S.O. THE OFFICERS AND MEMBERS of the above District Grand Lodges ate hereby summoned to attend at Freemasons* Hall, Dunedin, TO-MORROW (Wednesday) EVENING, 2nd October, at 8 p.m., on the occasion of the Installation of the W.M. of the Lodge of Otago, No. 844, E.O. The ceremony will be performed by the R.W.D.G.M. Brother Thomas Sherlock Graham. By order. SYDNEY JAMES, D.G. Sea, B.C. HENRY NEILL. D.G. Sec.. S.O. GOVERNMENT NOTICES. v. R. NEW ZEALAND RAILWAYS. INSTALLATION OF THE DISTRICT GRAND MASTER OF NEW ZEALAND SOUTH. RIOKARDS’S COMEDY COMPANY. ON FRIDAY, 4th October, a Train will leave Dunedin for Fort Chalmers at 11.16 p.m,, returning from Fort Chalmers at 11.55 p.m. By order. V. jfIgSWPS. R. NEW ZEALAND RAILWAYS. HURUNUI-BLUFF SECTION. CARTAGE CONTRACTS, CHRISTCHURCH AND DUNEDIN STATIONS. Railway Department, Head Office, Wellington, September 25th, 1889. FRESH TENDERS will be received at this Office up to Noon of MONDAY, the 7th October, for the above Contracts, for a period of three years from the Ist January, 1890. Amended 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 of the Commissioners. E. G, PILCHER, Secretary,
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