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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4, Issue 8051, 30 October 1889
AMUSEMENTS .RINCESS'S THEATRE. TO-NIGHT (WEDNESDAY), OCTOBER 30. Under the of the Execrtive Committee N.Z. and South Seas Exhibition. GRAND COMPLIMENTARY FAREWELL BENEFIT, Tendered to the Chorus of Simonsen's Opera Company by Mr Simonsen and the Principal Artists of the Company; and the following well-known Local Artists have kindly volunteered their valuable services:—Mrs Ofurphy, and Messrs Arthur Towsey, Densem, H, Smith, and Young. MONSTER PROGRAMME. CONCERT. ' Piano kindly lent by Dresden Pianoforte Company. Conductor ... Mr Harcourt I e<\ Doors open at 7.30. Commence at 8 p.m. Popular Prices—3j, 2s, and Is. /GRANGE CRICKET CLUB CONCERT. NORTH DUNEDIN DRILLSHED, Ist NOVEMBER, 1889, at 8 o'clock. PROGKAMME.-Part I. Pianoforte Overture, Song—' A Warrior Bold.'—Mr J. Jago. Comic Song—'Right before the Missus.'—Mr Fred Wells. Irish Ballad—' Believe me, if all those endearing young charms. "—Mr J. Toomey. Song—' Bid me gooc'-byc and go.'—Miss Greig. Ballad—'My Sweetheart when a Boy.'—Mr W. B. Smith. Dance—The Highland Fling.—Mr H. Bills. Song—' The Beacon.'—Mr W. J. MacLaughlin. Song—'Battle of Stir'ing.'—Mr C. Umbers. I Comic Song—' Marvellous Melbourne.'—Mr J. I B. Kirk. Dance—The Sailor's Hornpipe.—Mr 0. Craw-1 ford. Part 11. Presentation of Prizes. Ballad-'The Romany Lass '—MrW.H. Smith. Song—'Every Zephyr that blows so fair.'—Miss Greig. Duet-'Excelsior.'—Messrs Hunter and W. MacLaughlin. Comic Song—'The Funeral takes place tomorrow.'—Mr Fred Wells. Sons—' Stranded.'—Mr J. Jago. Song—Selected.—Mr G. B. Dall. Dance—The Irish Jig.-Mr J. O'Connor. Song—' The Song for me.'—Mr J. Hopcraft. Song—'The Gallants of England.'—Mr 0. Umbers. 'Rule Britannia.' SCOTTISH CARNIVAL "*" (Promoted by Dunedin Highland Rifles) AT GARRISON HALL, OCTOBER 30, 31, and NOVEMBER 1,2,1889 Under Patronage of Lieut-Col. Wales and Staff. Carnival will be opened by Rev. Dr STUART and Hon. T. FERGUS (Minister for Defence). GRAND GATHERING OF CLANS, For which Children have been specially instructed by Mr Stuait (late of Glasgow). Splendid Collection of ANCIENT AND MAORI RELICS (lately exhibited at Melbourne Exhibition). MILITARY AND SPECIAL ENTERTAINMENTS every evening. Selections by all City Bands. GREAT BABY SHOW SATURDAY AFTERNOON. NOV. 2, 1889. Admission, One Shilling. Children Half-price. JOHN GUNN, Captain. JOHN L. Jun., Hon. Sec. WA HOURS AT HA ME. L MISS CLARA HAMILTON, Scottish Vocalist. CITY HALL, TWO NIGHTS ONLY (Nov. 5 and 7), aßbisted by well-known artists. LOST AND FOUND. ' OST(Tuesday,29th), Pinkand-greyParrot; finder rewarded. Mrs H. Beck, Maitland street. LOST, on 13th, between Maori Hill and Kbox Church, large Plaid Brooch Stone; reward. Dawson, George Btreet. ILi from Valley; finder rewarded. American Portrait 3tudio, Ross's Buildings, Octagon. LOST, a Hamburg Rooster on Saturday week. Finder rewarded on returning Bankton, London street.
p OST, between St. Pauls Schoolroom and Li High street, Boy's Shoe. Apply Mr Price, hairdresser, Grand Hotel. GOVERNMENT NOTICES. NEW ZEALAND RAILWAYS. ALTERATIONS IN TIME-TABLE. ON AND AFTER FRIDAY, Ist NOVEM BEK, the following Alterations and Add tioas to the present Train Service will be observed: — NORTH. The Train now leaving Dunedin for Poit Chalmers at 10 0 p.m. and Port Chalmers for Dunedin at 10 35 p.m. will not run. A Train will leave Dunedin for Port Chalmers at 9 5 p.m. daily, and at 10.25 p.m. on Mondays, Tuesday, Thursdays, and Fridays only. A Tiain will leave Poit Chalmers for Dunedin at 9.45 p.m. daily, and at 11.5 p.m. on Mondays, Tuesdays', Thursdays, aud Fridays only. SOUTH. The Tra ! n now leaving Dunedin for Invercargill at 8.0 am. will leave at 8.15 a.m., Mosgiel 9 2 a.m., Milton 10.35 a.m., Balclutha 11.35 a.m. The Train now leaving Dunedin for Clinton at 4.20 p. n>, will leave at 4.25 p.m. The Train now leaving Dunedin for Moagiel at 10.0 p.m., and Mosgiel for Dunedin at 11.10 p.m., will not jun. A Train will leave Dunedin for Mosgiel at 9.20 p.m. daily, and at 10.20 p.m. on Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays only. A Train will leave Mosgiel for Dunedin at 10.30 p.m. daily, and at 11.30 p.m. on Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays only. The Express from Invercargill to Dunedin will leave Balclutha at 3.50 p.m., Milton 4.47 p.m., Mofgiel 6,18 p.m., arriving Dunedin at 7.0 p.m. For further particulars see poster time-tables at all stations. By order. NEW ZEALAND RAILWAYS. PRINCE OF WALES'S BIRTHDAY. SATURDAY RETURN TICKETS will be issued from any Station to any Station on the Hurnnui-Bluff Section on Btb, 9th, and 11th November, and will be available for return up to and including 15th November. EXCURSION FARES TO THE LAKES AND INVERCARGILL. EXCURSION TICKETS will be issued from Dunedin to Kingston and Invercargill on 7th, Bth, 9th, and 11th November, and will be avail; able for return up to and including 16th November. The Fares will be: — To ¥ Irst Class. Second Class. Invercargill ... 25s 18s Kingston 333 22s Holders of above Tickets may break the journey at any stopping place on direct line of route, and the Kingston Tickets will be available either via Waimea Plains Railway or Invercargill. CHRISTCHURCH RACES. NOVEMBER sth, 6th, and 7th. CHRISTCHURCH SHOW. - NOVEMBER 7th and Bth, EXCURSION TICKETS to Christchurch will be issued from Dunedin, Waikouaiti, Palmerston on 2nd, 4th, 5 hj, Gth, and 7th November, and will be available for Return up to and including 18 th No vein b r. The Fares will be : First Class, 365; Sscond Class, 25?. Holders of Excursion Tickets may break the journey on direct line of route going or returning, providing the specified time is not exceeded. By order,
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