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AMUSEMENTS pRINCESS’S THEATRE. Lessee and Manager ... Mr Cbas. Warner. Business Manager & Treasurer ... ... Mr George Lee, Stage Manager ... Mr J. A. Patterson. Musical Director ... Mr W. W. Rice. SPECIAL NOTICE. Doors open at 7; commence at 7.45 precisely. GRAND OPENING NIGHT. TO-NIGHT, TO-NIGHT, TO-NIGHT, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 10. First Appearance in New Zealand of the Famous London Dramatic Star, MR CHARLES WARNER MR CHARLES WARNER, Assisted by Miss GRACIB WARNER and aPowerful Dramatic Combination. TO-NIGHT. TO-NIGHT. First time in New Zealand of Henry Pettitt’s Latest and Greatest Success, HANDS ACROSS THE SEA HANDS ACROSS THE SEA. Jack Dudley (a young English farmer) Mr Ohas, Warner Lilian Melford ... Miss Graoie Warner. HANDS ACROSS THE SEA. 14 Weeks in Melbourne, 10 Weeks in Sydney, 4 Weeks in Brisbane, 6 Weeks in Adelaide, Launceston, Hobart, Ballarat, and Sandhurst, The same Verdict Everywhere— The Greatest Dramatic Success ever known in Australasia HANDS ACROSS TBE SEA, Nothing succeeds like Success. MR CHARLES WARNER. First Appearance in New Zealand. The ‘ New York Herald ’ says“ By far the , greatest English-speaking Actor on the British stage.” MR CHARLES WARNER, The most successful Star that ever visited the Colonies, playing 32 consecutive weeks in Melbourne, and return visit; 20 weeks in Sydney, and return visit; 10 weeks in Adelaide, and return visit; six weeks in Brisbane, and return visit; etc., etc., etc. HANDS ACROSS THE SEA. The receipts the first seven nights in Melbourne amounted to L 1,897 IGs, the largest sum ever taken in the Theatre. Admission—Dress Circle, 4s; Stalls, 2s 6d; Pit, Is. Box plan at Dresden Piano Depdt, Day Tickets at Jacobs’s, tobacconist. Doors open at 7; commence at 7.45 precisely, The Stage Furnishings by Messrs Scoullaran Chisholm. WM. HUGHES, Manager. PALACE SKATING RINK, Moray place.-TO-MORROW (Friday), OCTOBER 11. Grand Fashionable Night. Polo on Skates, Polo on Skates. Admission—One Shilling. ROSLYN INSTITUTE. A CONCERT in aid of the Library Fund will be given in the Hall, High street, Roslyn, TO-MORROW (Friday), 11th October, 1889. Admission, Is, A GENUINE NIGHT’S ENJOYMENT. FORBURY SCHOOL CONCERT (In aid of the School Ground Improvement Fund) To be held in NAUMANN’3 HALL, South Dunedin, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 11, Commencing at 8 p.m. 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 his Ventriloquial Entertainment. PRICES OF ADMISSION— Adults, Is; Children, 6d. JOHN T. ROSS, Hon. Sec. SOUTH DISTRICT RIFLES. VOLUNTEER HALL, Green Island. TWENTY-SEVENTH ANNUAL BALL, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 18, Commencing at 8.30 p.m. Tickets, 7s 6d, J. GRAY, Hon. Sec. MOSGIBL PRESBYTERIAN GLEBE BAZAAR volunteer hall, mosgiel. FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, 11th and 12th OCTOBER. From 2 till 10 p.m. both days. The Rev, Dr Stuart will give a short Address on Friday Evening, at 7,o’clock. MEETINGS. N.Z. AND SOUTH SEAS EXHIBITION, 18S9-90. OPENING PROCESSION. TEE ADJOURNED MEETING of Representatives of Friendly and Trades Societies, Unions, Fire Brigades, and all those Societies, etc., who intend taking part in the Procession on the Opening Day of the Exhibition will be held at the Garrison Hall THIS (Thursday) EVENING, the 10th instant, at 8 o’c'ock, INSTEAD OF FRIDAY, 11th, as originally proposed. D. HARRIS HASTINGS, Secretary. CALEDONIAN SOCIETY OF OTAGO. THE ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING of the above Society will be held in Wain’s Hotel, Princes street, on FRIDAY, the 11th inst., at 8 p.m. Business : To receive Directors’ Report and Balance-sheet, elect Office-bearers for the ensuing year, and to transact any other incidental business. JOHN CLEGG, Secretary. BOROUGH OF ST. KILDA. PUBLIC MEETING RE WATER SUPPLY. The mayor and councillors invite the Ratepayers to meet in the Council Chambers on FRIDAY next, at 8 I o’clock p.m., to consider the question of a Water Supply and the proposal of raising a Loan for that purpose. ANDW. RANKIN, Town Clerk. St, Kilda, 9th October, 1889. AUCTIONS. FRIDAY, 11th OCTOBER, At 2 o’clock, In Rooms, Manse street, SUPERIOR HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, Cottage Pianoforte, Mahogany Sideboard, Electro Plate and Crystal. JAMES A. PARK AND CO. have been instructed by the Owner (who has given up housekeeping) to sell by auction, at their Rooms, on Friday, Superior Household Furniture and Effects, consisting of— Piano (by Tranmann), mahogany sideboard with mirror back, dining room suite in haircloth, suite in cretonne, Brussels carpet, walnut 100 tables, occasional tables, fenders, pictures, red pine bookcase, walnut whatnot, mahogany round table, double iron J tester bedstead and set cretonne hangings, feather bed, blankets, mahogany duchess dressing table, mahogany washstand with marble top, towel rails, cedar dressing table and washstand, toilet glasses, cane rocker, cane chairs, electro plate crystal, etc., etc. SATURDAY, 12th OCTOBER. At 12 o’clock. In Rooms, Manse street. USEFUL HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE. Very large meat safe, gas cooking stove, dog house, wheelbarrow, wire flower stands, garden tools. Also, (Salvage from Fire) 130 SHEETS GALVANISED IRON. JAMBS A. PARK AND 00. SATURDAY, 12th OCTOBER, At 1,30 o’clock. Henry larnbk has received instructions to sell by auction, at bis Rooms, Rattray street (next Bank New Zealand), Household Furniture and Effects, consisting of—Handsome mahogany table, fall-Scotch drawers, half-tester bedstead, spring mattress and bedding, suite in haircloth, easy chairs in cretonne, 6 parlor chairs, chcffonier, wardrobe, large carpet, hearthrug, 21-day marble dock, occasional table, looker, steel-bar fender, bedroom square, single and doable wood and iron bedsteads, 100 table and oover, large copper boiler, range, linoleum, oilcloth, mantel mirror, kitchen dresser, crockery, and sundries. Also, saddle and bridle, watch, chain, etc. (pallpast one. *

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4, Issue 8034, 10 October 1889

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 Issue 8034, 10 October 1889

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