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Page 3 Advertisements Column 5, Issue 8040, 17 October 1889
LATE ADVERTISEMENTS. BOYS’ Clothing-New, stylish, durable, , cheap: most cmripldtfl (flock; Suits, 5a ■ to -40 a. - Clothing Factory, Octagoff. WE are Cash Buyers of Wool, Sheepskins, Kcbhitskiiiß, Horsehair, etc., in any quantity. Arthur M'Donala and Co., Bond street. - - UTMOST Value in Cash is paid' by the Challenge Piano Depfit for Seeond-hand Pianos. , __ THE best Sausages to be had anywhere is at Grlndley’s, Albany street. Stay and sse them made. ART Needlework.—New designs in Table Covers, Table Centres, Piano Tops, Cushions, Ooaeys, Anti’s, Smoking Caps. ILLOSBLLES, Embroidery, and Knitting Silks in all the same shades; new Braiding Patterns. Miss Clough. WILL You Come ? —Dunedin Youths’ Mutual Improvement Society’s Annual Entertainment, Choral Hall, To-morrow (Friday), 8 p.m. EMBuRS of Court Pride of Dunedin Meet for Revision of Laws on Friday evening, 7.30. PAINTERS.— Special Meeting of Members of the Painters’ Union will be held in Coffee Palace on Monday Night, at 8 o’clock. Geo. Robertson, secretary. INDBRBPIEL, All Saints’ Schoolroom, Thursday, Friday, and Saturday, at 7.30 p.m.; 150 performers. USTOMBRB of DUNEDIN CO-OPERA-TIVE MEAT SUPPLY COMPANY can have EARLY LAMB at from 2s a quarter. TO LET, Furnished, during Exhibition Season, superior 10-roomed Brick Residence ; close to town. Particulars PARK. Auctioneer. AMUSEMENTS PRINCESS’S THEATRE Lessee and Manager ... Mr Ohas. Warner, Business Manager & Treasurer ... ... ... Mr George Leo. Mr CHARLES WARNER’S SEASON. A Gigantic Triumph. TO-NIGHT (Thursday) October 17. First time in New Zealand of Charles Reade’s Great Temperance Drama DRINK. Mr Charles Warner as Coupeau. His marvellous and original creation, played by him over One Thousand Times at the Drary Lane, Adelphi, and Princess’s Theatres, London, Miss Gracie Warner as Gervoise. Mr Charles Warner as Coupeau. Read. Charles Dickens writes:—“l never witnessed anything more tragic than your grand acting as Coupeau.” H. J. Byron says: “Your triumph, Charlie, last night was complete; the audience rose at you. Congratulations as sincere as they are deserved.” Rev. Arthur Tanner, St. Stephen’s, Moorfiolds writes: “ Your acting as Coupeau will do more good for the cause of temperance than all the sermons ever preached.” * London Life ’ says: “Charles Reade, leaping on the stage after Wanei’-i death scene, exclaimed: ‘The greaust piece of acting seen this generation.’ ” Dr Henry Maclin, Bethlehem Asylum, writes: “Your mad scene is so true to Nature, I marvel where you learned it to be so accurate.” London * Times ’ says: “ A greater triumph than that achieved by Mr Charles Warner on Whit Monday was never witnessed within the walls of a theatre. They say the pit rose at Edmund Kean. The house rose at Warner.” Admission —Dress Circle, 4s; Stalls, 2s 6d; Pit, Is. Box plan at Dresden Piano Depfit. Day Tickets at Jacobs’s, tobacconist. Doors open at 7; commence at 7.45 precisely. The Stage Furnishings by Messrs Scoullar and Chisholm. WM. HUGHES, Manager.
WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY, OCTOBER 23 and 24. DUNEDIN MINNESINGERS In their POPULAR ENTERTAINMENT, Assisted by the ORPHEONISTES BAND, Who will perform on Sutton’s celebrated Instruments, manufactured after old models. ‘The Contest,’ ‘Sobbing,’ ‘The Bells,’ ‘The Little Farm,’ ‘Pro I'hundo Basso,’ etc., etc. Musical Director ... Mr Macleod Smith. Popular Prices— Circle and Front Seats, 2s; Back Seat •, Is.
ST. PAUL’S YOUNG LADIES’ GUILD. Musical and dramatic entertainment. St. Paul’s Schoolroom, FRIDAY and SATURDAY, October 18th and 19th. Part I.: Operetta, ‘ The Sisters.’ Conductress, Miss West. During interval, ‘Women’s Rights,’ In character, by Mr J. Stevens. Part II.: Farcical Comedietta, ‘A Foreign Idea,’ by leading amateurs. Doers open 7.30; commence at 8. Admission: One Shilling. Saturday Evening, Children Half-pr oe. 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. MEETINGS. FREEMASONRY. GRAND LODGE FOR NEW ZEALAND. A MEETING of the OTAGO BRANCH of the Masonic Union will be held at the Freemasons’ Hall, Dunedin, on FRIDAY, 18th inst., at 8 o’clock p.m , to receive the Report of the sub-Ocmmittee appointed on July 15th, on the motion of Bro. Sir Bobert Stout. All Master Masons of the three Constitutions are cordially invited and expected to be present. SSDNEY JAMES, P.M., Chairman. MASONIC SHAKESPEARE CLUB. A MEETING OF MEMBERS of above, and of Brethren wishing to join, will be held in Masonic Hall, Moray place, on MONDAY, 21st inst., at 8 p.m. Business: Meet Officers and make arrangements for producing Play during Exhibition. EDWIN CLARK, Secretary pro ten. BOARD AND RESIDENCE. MOERAKI, Superior Accsmmodation. Terms, etc., apply Mrs Hull, Moeraki. GORDON House, Moray place.—Boarding House for Gentlemen ; central position for ExMbliion ; superior accommodation ; every comfort. WANTED by young Lady, superior Home with Private Family; nice locality; references if required. Address Box 342. LOST AND POUND. LOST, Sealskin Cap, AnderstonorDale street, near Mrs Chisholm’s, Sunday night; reward. Mrs Mason, Anderston. LOST, a Carter’s Ticket Book; reward. Maurice Joel. Crawford T OST, Spring-top Whip, green hide top; reward. Driver and Son, coal yard, Cast!» street. TiIaYED into my stable, a Bay Horse; no shoes on; had on a bag cover; if not claimed by Saturday will be sold to pay expenses. Ja a . Pearce, Frederick street, Dunedin. ILL the Young Lady who took Fan from St. Paul’s Schoolroom last Friday please Return Caretaker, and save further trouble. BANKRUPTCY NOTICE. y, R> GAZETTE IN BANKRUPTOI, mHE EVENING STAB Big duly appointed Gazette for the publication of ail Notices under the Bankruptcy Act. IN BANKRUPTCY. DIVIDENDS. THE FOLLOWING DIVIDENDS on all Proved Claims in the undermentioned Estates will be payable at my office, No. 12 Rattray street, on and after Monday, the 21st day of October, 1889: GEORGE LATIMER, Coal Merchant, Dunedin. First and interim dividend of 6s 8d in the £. WM. POGS'JN, Restaurant keeper, St, Clair. First and final dividend of 8d in the £. JAMES ASHCROFT, Official Assignee. Dunedin, 17th October, 1889.
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