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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3, Issue 8050, 29 October 1889
AMUSEMfifIfS T>RINCESS’S IHEATEi WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 30. GRAND FAREWELL BENEFIT, Tendered by the Principal Artists of Simonson's Opera Company, assisted by the leading Local Amiteurs, to THE CHORUS, on which occasion a Cran'd vocal and instrumental CONCERT will he given; MILLION PRICES : 3<, 2s, Is. Full particulars iu to-morrow’s papeis, O YB3 ! 0 YES! O YES 1 TO THE RESIDENTS OF NORTH DUNEDIN. See To-morrow N felt'd >tak for Programme of thtf RANGE CRICKET CLUB’o CONCERT, %TT North Dunedin Drillshed. Friday,. Ist November. Best two houVa’ amusement this sea-.ou. 801 l up and show your appreciation of the_ Boys who upheld the honor of North Dttuedm—Season 1888-89-by taking premiership. DUNEDIN ORCHESTRAL SOCIETY. THIRD SERIES SEASON, 1889-90. A SMOKE CONCERT (the First of the j\ Series) will be given in the Garrison Hail 1 on WEDNESDAY, 6th NOVEMBER, at 8: o’clock, Hon. Members may obtain Extra Tickets, price 2s 6d‘, from the Committee, or g. N. MUIR, Hon. Sea, TWA HOURS A T ... HAM IV MISS CLARA HAMILTON, Scottish Vocalist. .. OIIY HALL, TWO NIGHTS ONLY (Nov. 5 and 7), agisted by well-known artists. LECTURES. NEW ZEALAND ALLIANCE. ADDRESSES will be delivered by the Celebrated Temperance Lecturer MB R, GOAD, In the CITY HALL TONIGHT, at 7.30 o’clock, and Every EVefiibg during the Week. Women’s Meeting on WEDNESDAY AFTER' NOON, at 2.45 o’clock. Sankoy’s Hymns; bring books. No charge for admission. Collection in aid of Alliance Funds. A.- 8. ADAMS, Hon, Sec. u NEW ZEALAND ALLIANCE, GOAD’S MISSION. SPECIAL NOTICE FOR WEDNESDAY EVENING, When the Programme will be a Gospel Temperance Soig Service, with'Bemarkable Illustrations of the power of singing by MR B. COAD. Special Illustrative Hymns by a strong Choir, e inducted by Mr BRUNTON. Admission Free. Collection in aid of Alliance Funds. Commencing at 7.30. A, S. ADAMS, Hon Sec. Dunedin, 28th October, 1889. MEETINGS. TECHNICAL CLASSES ASSOCIATION. of all the Classes arc requested to Meet in the NORMAL SCHOOL on WEDNESDAY, 30th October, at 8 p.m. GEO. M. THOMSON, Hob. Sec. )UN£DIN POULTRY, PIGEON, CANARY, AND DOG SOCIETY. 4 MEETING OF DOS OWNERS wll be tV, held in Chamber of Commerce on TUES>AY Next, at 8 p.m , to consider whether the ’xbibition and other Shows shall be held under fennel Club Rules. All interested will kindly ttend. A. M. LOASBY, Hon. Sec. QUEEN’S JUBILEE CONVALESCENT FUND. TEE ANNUAL MEETING of Subscribers to the above fund (with all who may be interested in the same) will be held in the Hall of the Young Women’s Christian Association Rooms, Moray place, on WEDNESDAY, the 30th inst., at 4 30 p m. Business :
To Receive Report of Work for the pest twelve mouths, and Elect Officebearers and Committee for the new year. Notice is hereby given that, in pursuance of the provisions of Section 84 of “The Companies Act, 1882,” the First General Meeting of the Dunedin Masonic Hall Company, Limited, will be held on FRIDAY, the eighth day of November, at 8 p.m„ at the Masonic Hall, Moray place. T. SHERLOCK GRAHAM, Chairman. Dunedin, October 29, 1889. SHIPPING. SHAW, SAVILL AND ALBION COMPANY, Ltd. S.S. TAINDI, FROM LONDON VIA LYTTELTON. PASSENGERS will _ arrive by Botomamahana. Pericdicals and ■m i« m.i mu general cargo by Rosamond, arriving TO-MORROW (Wednesday) from Lyttelton. DALGETY AND CO„ LIMITED, Agents. UNION STEAMSHIP COMPANY OF NEW ZEALAND (LIMITED). TIME TABLE. OAMARU,-BEAUTIFUL STAR, s.s., on Tuesdays and Fridays. Passengers from Dunedin Wharf, This Night (Tuesday), at 10 P- m - , LYTTELTON, Wellington, Picton, Nelson, Taranaki, and Manukau. ROTORUA, 8.8., on Monday, 4th November. Passengers from Dunedin Wharf at 3 p.m. Cargo till noon. AUCKLAND via Lyttelton, Wellington, Napier, and Gisborne. TABAWBRA, s.s., on Wednesday, 30th October. Passengers per 2 30 p.m. train. MELBOURNE via Bluff and Hobart ROTOMAHANA, s.s., on Thursday, 3Ut October. Pa*sengeis per 3.35 p.m. train Cargo at Wharf till 4 p.m, Wednesday SYDNEY via Lyttelton, Wellington, Napier, Gisborne, and Auckland. —MANAPOUBI s.s., on Wednesday, 6th November. BRISB ANE via Oamaru, T>mam. LyUel_on, Wellington and Auckland.—W AKATIPU, 8.8.. on Friday, Ist November, FIJI from Auckland. ARaWATA, s.s., about Sunday, 10th November. TONGA and Samoa,-WAINUI from Auckland, on Wednesday, 20th November. Freight and Passengers booked through. Full particulars on application. TAHITI.—RICHMOND, s.s., about Friday, Bth November. SPECIAL CARGO AND PASSENGER SERVICE Reduced Fares and Cargo Prices. WESTPORT via Timaru, Akaroa, Lyttelton Wellington, and NeIpon.—MAHINAPUA, 8.8., on Friday, Ist November. Passengers from Dunedin Wharf at 6 p.m. Cargo till AUCKLAND, via Oamaru, Timaru, Napier, and Gisborne (taking cargo for Tauranga). —A STEAMER early. . . GRBYMOUTH (taking cargo for Hokitika) via Oamaru, limaiu, Lyttelton, and Wellington —BRUNNER, 8.8., on Wednesday, 30lh October. Passengers fvem Dunedin Wharf at 10 p.m. Cargo till 4 P-m. Offices : Corner of Vogel, Water, and Cumberland streets. E 71 VBN I N G STAR. The Evening Star circulates extensively in Burnside, Green Island, Mosgiel, the Taien, Outram, Grcytown, Otakia, Waihola, Tokomairiro, Stirling, Inoh-Clutha, Balclutha, Lawrence, Clinton, Gore, Invercargill, Waitati (Blueskin), Seaoliff, Waikouaiti, Palmerston, Dunbaok, Oamaru, Ravensbonrne, Rothesay i Pori Chalmers and suburbs, Andersens Bay, the Peninsula, etc., etc. The Stab is delivered at the station on the Northern Trunk Line by the train leaving Dunedin at 4 p.m.; Olutha and lAwiencc Railways immediately after the arrival of tni 4.20 p.m. train from Dunedin; and at Rayons; bourne and Port Chalmers on the arrival of tM train leaving Dunedin at 5.15 p.m.
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