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AMUSEMENTS RINOESS'S THEATRE. Lessee Mr Hahby Rtokards, Treasurer ... Mr John 0. Leete. Last Night but Five of MR HARRY RICKARD,S'.SNEW ENGLISH AND IRISH COMEDY COMPANY. TO-NIGHT TO-NIGHT. Enormous .Success of the Great Change of Programme —BKIO-A-BR AC, THE OIaNT MARIONETTES, THE SOUTHERN COUiiT OP JUSTICE. Received with screams of laughter and tumultuous applause. TO-MORROW (Friday), Benefit of Mr W. A. Jinking. Grand Day Performance on SATURDAY next for the Benefit of the Industrial School. A dmUsion—Children, to all parts of the house, 6d. The Box Plan is now open at the Dresden. Prices—2s, Is, and 6d. Private Box, LI Is. Day Tickets at Jaorbs's and Allen's. WM. A. JINKINS, Business Manager. RINCESS'S THEATRE! IMPORTANT NOTICE. TO-MORROW (FRIDAY), OOTOBER 4, COMPLIMENTARY BENEFIT kindly tendered by Mr Harry Rickards to his Business Manager, Mr WM. A. JINKINS, when, in addition to the HARRY RICKARDS NEW ENGLISH AND IRISH COMEDY COMPANY, The following talented local Artists will positively appear:—Miss Wooldridge, Mr H. B. Smith, Mr W. Densem, Mr E. Towsey, Mr A. F. Robertshaw, etc., etc. It is imperative that seats be booked eaily, athe Plan is fast filling. The Box Plan i» now open at the Dresden. Million Price's—2s, In, and Gd; Private Box, LI Is. Day Tickets at Jacob-'«and AllenV. WM. A. JINKINS, Business Manager. RINCESSS THEATRE. SATURDAY AFTERNOON NEXT. Mr H. RICKARDS has kindly consented give a Performance on Saturday Afternoon in aid of the Band Fund of the Industrial Sohool. The Band will play Selections during the Perfoimanee, For particulars see later advertisement. C . t : GRAND CONCERT, In aid of the Trinity Wesleyan Churoh Circuit Fund, FRIDAY (TO-MORROW), OOTOBER 4th, Commencing at 8 o'clock. Dr Fitchett, M.H.R., in the chair. PROGRAMME. Piano Solo—Mr Faulkner. Part Song—'Tho Bells '—Company. Song—'The White Squall '—Mr Hunter. Comic Duet—'Yeoman of the Guard'—Mrs Wm. Murphy and Mr Densem. Quartet—' Farewell, Thou Lovely Forest Glen' Quartet Party. Song—'The Last Aboard'—Mr Harry Smith. Song—'The Dream of Home'—Mira Cooper. Song—'Under the Flag'- Mi Jas. Jago. Part Song—' Sweet ana Low ; — Company. Pabt U. Piano Solo—Mr D. Cooke. Quartet—'The Toast '-Quartet Party, fcong—'The Three Sailor Boys'—Mr Harry Smith. Song—' The Cuckoo Songs '—Mrs Wm. Murphy. Trio—' The Gipsies '—Miss Cooper and Messrs Jago and Marsden. Song—' The Sleeping Camp'- Mr Densem. Song—Dear Heart '—Miss Christie. Song—' Our Jack '—Mr Jas. Jago. Part Song—' Let the Hills resound '—Company. The grand pianoforte is kindly lent by Messrs C. Begg and Co. AdmiEsion :~Dres3 Circle, 2s: Body of Hall, Is. RINCESS'S THEATRE. L GRAND DRAMATIC SEASON, Commencing THURSDAY. OOTOBER 10th. The Celebrated Popular London Actor, CHARLES WARNER CHARLES WARNRR CHARLES WARNER, Supported by Miss GRACIK WARNER and a Powerful Dramatic Company, from the Principal Melbourne Theatre. THURSDAY, OOTOBER 10th, Production of the moßt successful Drama ever presented in Australia, HANDS ACROSS THE SEA HANDS ACROSS THE SEA HANDS ACROSS THE SEA. New and Magnificent Sceneiy by George Gordon and John Bruaton. Admission —4s, 2s 6d, and 1?. Box plan now open at Dresden Piano Depot. W. HUGHES, Manager. ALACK SKATING RINK, L Moray Plaok.-SATURDAY NIGHT, Oct. f>. Grand 3-mile Handicap Race on skates. Final Heat. Admission, One Shilling. OUTH DISTRICT RIFLE?. J VOLUNTEER HALL, Green Island. TWENTY-SEVENTH ANNUAL BALL, FRIDAY, OOTOBER 18. Commencing at 8.30 p.m. Tickets, 7s 6d. J. GRAY, Hon. Sec. GOVERNMENT NOTICES. NEW ZEALAND RAILWAYS. INSTALLATION OF THE DISTRICT GRAND MASTER OF NEW ZEALAND SOUTH. BICKARD3'S COMEDY COMPANY. N FRIDAY, 4th October, a Train will v leave Dunedin for Port Chalmers at 11.15 p.m., returning from Port Chalmers at 11.55 p.m. By order. ELECTION NOTICES. North-east Valley, 23rd September, 1889. To S. MYERS, Fsq., Dalkeith, North-east Valley. SIB,— We, the undersigned Ratepayers of North-east Valley Borough, respectfully request that you will allow yourself to be again Nominated for the Office of MAYOR at .the forthcoming Election. We remain, yours faithfully, Robert Glendining John Bland 0. Maoandrew James Cuming James Strain James Peebles George Findlay Robert Steele Robert L. Paterson William Brown Oharles Allen, sen. William Morris W. J. Priotor I. Solomon James M'Gratb. G. W. Adams Charles Jerram J. J. M'Laren D. Cherrie John G. Hall Chas. Allen, j;un. John Forbes Mrs B. Reid William Black Francis M'Grath Robert Muir David Wren A. Gardiner Alfred Coweljl Thomas Short William Cook Alex. King David Lang Samuel Burton Geo. R. Hercus Henry Longworth Thos. S. Jeffrey Thos. Oliver James Leckie John Aitken Donald Munr« Elizabeth Munro Frederick Smith Margaret Webb Ellen Webb Mary Webb John O'Shea Wm. Arthur Jane Smith John Mills Robert Anderson Richard Thompson John Millar Peter Scott J. Sparka W. Steedman Thomas Richards Osoar David George Thos. Scooncs J.Williams Edward Kirk J. J. Sims Charles Dalleston D. 0. M'Donald Susan Dowse W. Bachop Henry Dowse J. J. Melhuish Mrs Mary Grindell W. Tyrell Robt. Forsyth Peter Thomson Joseph Ferguson J. C. Stevenson William Smith A. Strong Wm. Brocklebank Alex. Cameron B. Madden Wm. Mitchell H. Hood Thomas Johnston P. S. Macgill Geo. Springer A. (}. Watson R. Hamilton M. P. Steven W. Beadle G. Walker Henry Bennett Hugh Madonald John Bambury F. W. Goodbody John Thomson G Brunton D. M'Don»h\ Frederick Gockerill Francis Strain Geo. Ponntley Andrew Russell, To Messrs Glendining, Maoandrew, Findlay, and othera. signing tho* above Requisition. I have much pleasure in, flooding to your request. It you for two yt confidence. ££, elected I, shall continue to. uee my in the Ooureil towards a jncJie'ous iand efibnoniical, expenditure "of our revenue, t'trying to make that reven.tta suffice without increasing ou* taxation.' ! : - "■' "'' ' Yours truly. ! S. MYERS.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 6, Evening Star, Issue 8028, 3 October 1889

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