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AMUSEMENTS PRINCESS’S THEATRE. Lessee Mr Hakby Rickards. Treasurer ... Mr John 0. Leetb, TO-NIGHT (SATURDAY), TO-NIGHT! Positively the Last Night but Three of the HARRY RICKARDS NEW ENGLISH AND IRISH COMEDY COMPANY. Sole Proprietor ...Mr HARRY RICKARDS. Acknowledged by the entire Pi ess and Public to be artistically and financially the very greatest success ever known in Dunedin. TO-NIGHT (SATURDAY), TO-NIGHT. Second Entire Change of Programme. Mr Richards’s Original Musical Comedy, entitled SPOONS. SPOONS. SPOONS. SPOONS. SPOONS. SPOONS. SPOONS. SPOONS. SPOONS. Screams of Laughter for two hours and a-half. IN ENGLAND. IS THAT POSSIBLE? THE HORSE COPER. THE HORSE COPER. SHE’S FAIR, SHE’S YOUNG. It is imperative that seats bo booked eaily, as the Plan is fast filling. The Box Plan i- now open at the Dresden. Million Piioes—2s, Is, and 6d ; Private Box, LI Is. Day Tickets at Jacob>’n and Allen’s. WM. A. JINICINS, Business Manager. PRINCESS’S THEATRE. GRAND DRAMATIC SEASON, Commencing THURSDAY. OCTOBER 10th. The Celebrated Popular London Actor, CHARLES WARNER CHARLES WARNER CHARLES WARNER, Supported by Miss GRACIE WARNER and a Powerful Dramatic Company, from the Principal Melbourne Theatre. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 10th, Production of the most successful Drama ever presented in Australia, HANDS ACROSS THE SEA HANDS ACROSS THE SEA HANDS ACROSS THE SEA. New and Magnificent Scenery by George Gordon and John Brunton. Admission—4s, 2s 6d, and Is. Box plan now open at Dresden Piano Depot. W. HUGHES, Manager. PALACE SKATING RI nl, TO-NIGHT, TO-NIGHT. Final Heat Three-mile Handicap Race on Skates; admission, One Shilling. MEETINGS. EVANGELISTIC Meeting in Farley’s Hall To-morrow Night, at 7. Seats free and no collection, ODDFELLOWS’ HALL, Stuaut htrert.—The Church of Christ meets for Worship on Sunday, at 11 a., in.; for Gospel Preaching, at 6.45 p.m. Subject tomorrow evening—‘ King Jesus on His throne in Jerusalem.’ All earnestly invited. -\TORTII DUNEDIN CHURCH. IM The REV. J. GIBSON SMITH Will Preach To-morrow Morning and Evening, All sittings free at the Evening Service. T. ANDREW’S CHURCH. Morning and Evening, REV. RUTHERFORD WADDELL, M.A All sittings free at the Evening Service, Hanover street baptist church —Sunday Services: Morning, 11 a.m., evening, 6.30 p.m. Rev. A. North Minister. Maori Hill, evening ; N.E. Valley, 11 a.m,, 6.30 p.m. ; Kaikorai School-house, 6.30 p.m. CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH, Moray place. Services To-morrow at 11 a.rr. and 6.30 p.m. Morning Rev. J. FOSTER. Evening .. ... Rev. A. H, WALLACE •piIRST CHURCH REV. J. M. M'KERROW, B.A. To-morrow Morning and Evening. All sittings free at the Evening Service, CHALMERS PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH, Lower York Place. Rev, J. M. FRASER will Preach 11 a.m. and 6.30 p.m. All seatsfree. GT. KING STREET CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH.—Services To-morrow; Morning, at 11, Rov, A. H. WALLACE; Evening, 6.30, Mr J. F. JONES. Trinity wesleyan church.— 11, Rev. L. HUDSON ; 6.30, Rev. G. W. J. SPENCE. Cargill road Church—ll, Rev, G. W. J. SPENCE ; 6.30, Mr D. GAIN. A LL SAINTS’ CHURCH. TO-MORROW— Holy Communion, 8 a.m. Matins, 11. Evensong, 6.30 p.m. Monthly prophetic lecture. - The usual Lecture on Prophecy will be delivered bv Mr A. BRUNTON in tho Choral Hall, Moray place, on SUNDAY EVENING, October 6th. Subject: ‘The Divine Programme of the World’s History. ’ This is the second lecture of the series, and takes up tho Noahio Prophecy. Commence at 7 o’clock sharp. fJUBBRNACLE, CHURCH OF CHRIST. SUNDAY, OCTOBER 6th. Mr S. ELBORN, Subject: ‘ Faith in tho Crucible.’ EX-HIGH SCHOOL GIRLS’ CLUB. THE USUAL MONTHLY MEETING will be held at the High School MONDAY EVENING, October 7th, at 8 o’clock, Full attendance requested. Music. BOROUGH OF PORT CHALMERS. A PUBLIC MEETING OF RATEPAYERS will be held in the new Town Hall, Orcy street, on TUESDAY, the Bth inst., at 8 p.m. nusiNHRS; To consider the question of annexing the Township of Mansford to the Borough, in response to a numerously signed Petition from Ratepayers in Mansford, ALEXANDER LECK, Town Clerk. Borough Council Chambers, Port Chalmers, October Ith, 1889. SHETLAND CROFTERS’ RIGHTS. A MEETING OF SHETLANDERS and all interested will be held in the Coffee Palace, to consider the above question, on MONDAY NIGHT, at 8 o’clock. Sir R. Stout in the chair. DUNEDIN HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY. Monthly meeting on Tuesday Bth inst., at 8 p.m. Entries for Spring Show close on Thursday, 10th, at 8 p.m. Spring Show on Saturday, 12th. Above meetings hold at Y.W.C.A. Booms, Moray place, A. BLACK, Secretary. Bi«.RLY CLOSING ASSOCIATION. Gr ENERAL MEETING To be held in Y. W. ROOMS, TUESDAY, OCTOBER Bth, 8 p.m. sharp. VERY IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT. Obairwill be taken by The Rev. R. WADDELL. T. HOW ARD, Hon. Soc, LECTURES. AMBULANCE ASSOCIATION. A SERIES OP FIVE WEEKLY LECTURES (to Ladies only) will be given at the Young Women’s Christian Association Rooms by Doctors Scott, Stonhouse, Brown, Gordon Macdonald, and Teevan, respectively, commencing MONDAY, October 21st, at 8 p.m. Tickets (entitling holders to attend the complete course), Bs each, to be obtained from Mrs W. Downie Stewart, Miss Clough, and the undersigned. W. B, FISHER, Hon. Secretary, EDUCATIONAL. Gymnastics for young ladies and CHILDREN. Mrs F. FOX is prepared to receive Pupils for the Pianoforte, French and German Languages, and Gymnastics. Mrs F, has been educated on the Continent, and been engaged in Teaching there, for which she has high certificates. She can also give tho addresses of former Pupils in this colony for references*,, ' For terms apply at her Residence, corner of Victoria street and York place.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 5, Issue 8030, 5 October 1889

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 5 Issue 8030, 5 October 1889

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