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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3, Issue 8033, 9 October 1889
LATE ADVERTISEMENTS. TD. MOOKFORD (successor to late Hector • Mockford), Sweep and Nightman, Walker (street. Orders punctually attended to. WHITE DRESS MATERIALS. WHITE DRESS MATERIALS. WHITE DRESS MATERIALS. Brown, ewing, and go have just received, ex Rimutaka, five cases lovely White Dress Textures, specially imported for the Exhibition choir, comprising—f3oo White Embroidered Rohes, B»Cd, 12s fid, 15a, 18s, to 45a each 12 pieces White Nun’s Veiling 6 pieces White French Cashmere 6 pieces White French Merino 10 pieces White Pongee Silks 6 pieces White Silk Lustres 100 pieces White Lice Stripe Muslins 100 pieces White Lace Check Muslins . 75 pieces White Nanisook Muslins To the LADIES of the EXHIBIBROWN. B\MNG, AND CO. Have pleasure in directing the attention of Ladies to the above splendid lot of Dress Materials, all marked at the Lowest Cash Prices, WHITE DRESS MATERIALS. WHITE DRESS MATERIALS. WHITB DRBSSiMATBRIALS. AMUSEMENTS PRINCESS’S THEATRE. Lessee Mr Hauby Rickards. Treasurer ... Mr John C. Leete. TO-NIGHT (WEDNESDAY), TO-NIGHT. ENTIRE CHANGE OF PR' : GRAMME will be presented by the HARRY RICKARDS NEW ENGLISH AND IRISH COMEDY COMPANY, who will take grateful Farewell of Dunedin. TO-NIGHT (WEDNESDAY), TO-NIGHT. COMPLIMENTARY FAREWELL BENEFIT Of the Eminent Actor-vocalist Mr HARRY RICKARDS, when will be presented, for the first and only time in Dunedin, the sparkling, farcical, and musical Comedy entitled IN A FOG IN A FOG IN A FOG. IN A FOG. Adolphus Lavender (a valet from Mayfair) Mr Hany Rickards Supported by the whole strength of the Rickards Company of Comedians, Vocalists, Actors, Dancers, Musicians, and Specialists, Notice.— As this Company returns to England at the end of their New Zealand tour, this is positively the last opportunity of seeing the Murphys, Fat and Ella, Ada Delroy, Georgia Devoe, Marion Constance, Katie Rickards, James Bell, Fred Davys, Professor Ferris, and all the great Rickards attractions. Admission—2s, Is, and 6d. Plan at the Dresden. Day Tickets at Jacobs’s and Allen’s. WM, A, JINKINS, Business Manager. jpRINCBSS’S THEATRE. Leasee and Manager ... Mr Chas. Warner. Business Manager & Treasu cr ... ... Mr George Lee. Stage Manager ... Mr J. A. Patterson. Musical Director ... Mr W. W. Rice. GRAND DRAMATIC SEASON, Of 13 Nights only, commencing TO-MORROW, Thursday 1 nnrARVR mfi, TO MORROW, Thursday f OOTOBEB 10th - First appearance in New Zealand of the Greatest Living Actor on the English-speaking Stage. MR CHARLES WARNER MR CHARLES WARNER. Supported by Miss GRACIB WARNER and a Powerful Dramatic Combination. TO-MORROW (Thursday), OCTOBER 10th. FOR POSITIVELY 4 NIGHTS ONLY. First time in New Zealand of absolutely the Greatest Drama of modern times, wiitten by Henry Pettitt, entitled HANDS ACROSS THE SEA HANDS ACROSS THE SEA Jack Dudley (a young English farmer) Mr Chas, Warner Lilian Melford (Dick Melford’s daughter) Miss Gracie Warner. HANDS ACROSS THE SEA. Hand across the sea, Feet on British ground, The old blood is bold blood The wide world round. HANDS ACROSS THE SEA. All the Original Scenery and Effects from the Theatre Royal, Melbourne. HANDS ACROSS THE SEA, Magnificent Stage Pictures, by George Gordon and John Brunton. HANDS ACROSS THE SEA, With Mr Obas. Warner in bis great original character, Jack Dudley. Miss Gracie Warner as Lilian Melford. HANDS ACROSS THE SEA, The Most Successful Dramatic Production ever produced in Australia. Admission—Drees Circle, 4s ; Stalls, 2s fid ; Pit, Is. Box plan now open at Dresden Piano DepOt. Day Tickets at Jacobs’s. WM. HUGHES, Manager. A GENUINE NIGHT’S ENJOYMENT. FORBURY SCHOOL CONCERT (In aid of the School Ground Improvement Fund) To be held in NAUMANN’S HALL, South Dunedin, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 11. Commencing at 8 p ra. sharp, When a Large and Varied Programme will be given, Including—Songs, Recitations, Piano Solos, Step Dances, etc., by leading talent. Mr Dickie will also appear with his wonderful Babies in bis Ventriloquial Entertainment, PRICES OF ADMISSION— Adults, Is ; Children, fid. JOHN T. BOSS, Hon. Sec. PALACE SKATING RINK, Moray place. TO-NIGHT, TO-NIGHT, ONE-MILE HANDICAP RACE, on Skates. Admission, One Shilling.
PROCLAMATION. TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN. BE IT KNOWN that we will, with such a Band of our Merrie Men as beoometb our ranks, at Cm few, on FRIDAY, the 11th day of October, visit and hold Court in that ancient building known as the Good Templar Hall, Kaikorai, the home of our trusty and well-beloved LIEUTENANT LITTLE JOHN, and herewith command all our true and faithfully followers to attend and pay homage to their lawfully Chief under pain of our everlasting displeasure. Signed and sealed this 9th day of October, in the year 5893, at our Royal Residence, Sherwood Forest. ROBIN HOOD. GOOD TEMPLAR HALL, KAIKORAI. AO.F., COURT LITTLE JOHN’S. FIRST ANNIVERSARY CONCERT AND BALL, ON FRIDAY NEXT, 11th OCTOBER. Admission: Concert and Ball (double tickets], 4s; Ball only, 2i 6d; Concert, Is. A Procession of Foresters, in Robin Hood uniform and regalia, headed by the Kaikorai Band and Roslyn Fire Brigade, will leave the Council Chamber, Roslyn, at 7.30 p.m. All Foresters are invited to take part. THE DUNEDIN HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY’S SPRING SHOW Will be held in the Y.W.O.A. Rooms, Moray Place, on SATURDAY, 12th October. Entries close To-morrow (Thursday), at the above Rcoms, at 8 o’clock p.m. A. BLACK, Seoretaiy. Box 382, P. 0., Dunedin. MEETINGS. LODGE OTAGO KILWINNING, 417, S.O. THE MONTHLY MEETING of this Lodge will be held at the Masonic Hall, Moray place, Dunedin, TO-MORROW (Thursday), 10th insi, at 7.30 p.m. Business: Passing and Nomination of Officers for ensuing year. Visiting brethren cordially invited. W. N, BASSTIAN, R.W.M. BOROUGH OF ST. KILDA. PUBLIC MEETING BE WATER SUPPLY. THE MAYOR AND COUNCILLORS invite the Ratepayers to meet in the Council Chambers on FRIDAY next, at 8 o’clock p.m., to consider the question of a Water Supply acd the proposal of raising a Loan for that purpose. ANDW. RANKIN, Town Clerk. St. Kilda, 9th October, 1889, LOST AND FOUND. LOST— -week ago, white Pup; fox and bull. Reward returning Alfred Low, Canongate Hotel, Brown street. FOUND, Grey Overcoat between Vauxhall and Anderson’s Boy; owner can have same by paying expenses. Apply A. Walker’s Bakery, Anderson’s Bay.
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