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AMUSEMENTS. P RINCESS’S THEATRE, Stage Manager ... Mr Barrie Marsc'uel Bou. Treasurer ... Mr Fredk. Mouat. Hon. Secretary ... Mr R. H. Daniels. FRIDAY AND SATURDAY NEXT, 17th and 18 rn SEPTEMBER, 1897. Reappearance of I IHE ROSCIUS DRAMATIC SOCIETY | In the first New Zealand production of Palgrave Simpson’s brilliant and powerful comedydrama in three acts, entitled FATE’S DECREE, In Aid of the DUNEDIN FREE PUBLIC LIBRARY. Dramatis Persona'. Sir Philip Deverell Mr E. P. AVillcooks Mr Franblyn Mr A. E. Crawford Mr D. Campbell ... Mr K. H. Daniels Mr Percy Braithwaite Mr AY. U. Irvine ... Mr James Swan ... Miss Kitty Blaney ... Miss Laura Hanlon Miss Rose Blaney, George Aylmer Montgomei y Brown Charles Franklyu ... Sparrow L’an Medlicott Mrs Montgomery Brown Lucy Fairfax Marian Beck Synopsis of Scenery. Act. I.—Country Mansion of Mr Frankly n, the wealthy banker. Act ll.—Laburnum Lodge, the home of the Browns. Act 111 —Room in Deverell Hall. Special Note. —The drama will be staged in its entirety, with all the (clat befitting a first production, and the scenery mounting will be on a scale hitherto unequalled in amateur per' formances in this city. LIMELIGHT EFFECTS! NEW DRESSES ! SPARKLING MUSIC! Dress Circle, 2s 6d ; Stalls, Is 6d; Pit, Is. Tickets are obtainable from Members of the Society and Messrs Mulrooney, Jacobs, Dickinson, Hendy, Hungerferd, and Mendelsohn, tobacconists. Box Plan at the Dresden on MONDAY, ARRISON HALL: Kindly given for the occasion by the Garrisoii Hall Commissioners. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 17th, 1897. GRAND COMPLIMENTARY SMOKE CONCERT Tendered to the ex-imperial Service Men who paraded on Jubilee Day, by Ex-Volunteers, assisted by the leading vocalists of Dunedin, the City Band, etc., etc. Programme. ‘ God Save the Queen ’ ~ i Band and Chorus ‘ The Death of Nelson ’ ... Mr F. L. Jones ‘The Battle of Stirling ’ ... Mr Chas Umbers 1 Rule, Britannia ’ (with Band and Chorus) Soloist, Mr J. T, Carter ‘ The Gay Hussar ’ Mr Harry Smith Trumpet Calls of the British Army—- _ Cavalry, Mr Feltham; Infantry, Mr Ure 1 Soldiers of the Queen ’ ... W. Farquhar Young Selection National Airs ... Citizens’ Band ‘ The Defence of Rorke’s Drift, or Two Fights in a Day ’ (one of the 18 survivors of the massacre of Isandula, who the same evening took part in the heroic defence of Rorke's Drift). —Mr Harry Jackson. ‘The British Lion.’—Mr J. T, Carter. Quartet ‘ The Soldier’s Funeral.’ Messrs Carter, Ibbotson, Young, and Jones. ‘The Old Brigade.’—Mr AY. Ibbot-on. Selection.—Citizens’ Band. Hon. Accompanist: Mr David Cooke. Grand Piano kindly lent by Messrs Uhas. Bogg and Co. Furnishings kindly supplied by Messrs Scoullar and Chisholm,

ana Umsholm, Tickets (2s, including refreshments) at Messrs Chaa. Begg and Co.’a, Jacobs’s, Mendelsohn’s, Dickinson’s, J. B. M’Callum’s (Princes street), and S. N. Brown’s (Rattray street). DONALD HENDERSON, Hon. Secretary. DUNEDIN CHORAL SOCIETY. VICTORIA HALL, AGRICULTURAL BUILDINGS. FIRST REHEARSAL TUESDAY, 14th INST., At 8 p.ra. Subject of Study, Mendelssohn’s ‘ELIJAH.’ LADIES and GENTLEMEN joining will have to Pass a simple TEST before the Conductor, who will be in attendance at the Hall between 7 and 8 o’clock for that purpose. All Members of the late Exhibition Choir will be considered to have already passed the Test. W. H. CORRIGAN, Hon. Secretary. ALL SAINTS’ SCHOOLROOM. TUESDAY, 14th SEPTEMBER. OWING to great success of last Tuesday Evening’s Entertainment, it has been decided to REPEAT THE TABLEAUS, with a complete change of Musical Programme. REDUCED PRICES, 6d. Doors open 7,18; commence 8. PIONEER OF DUNEDIN LODGE, No. 2. 1.0. G.T. THE Last Invitation Concert of the Season will bo held in the Choral Hall on TUESDAY, September 14th, 1897. A first-class Programme has been arranged, good Orchestra, Instrumental Items, Solos, Songs, Duets, and Recitations. Come early and secure a seat. Doors open 7 p.tn Commence 8 p.m. Admission by silver coin. TO LET. ROSLYN.— 4, 5, 6, 7, and 8-roomed Houses i To Let. Washer's Roslyn Agency. Telephone 888. TO LET. William street. West Dunedin, near Belt, convenient 4-roomed Cottage; scullery, range, grate, boiler. TO LET, 4-roomed House, High street, opposite Dr Brown’s. Apply Jaa. Whyte, Princes street. TO LET, Four-roomed Detached Cottage ; cheap rent. Apply Mrs Crow, Upper Russell street. TO LET or For Sale (terras), Property, John street, Caversham. Alexander Watson, Princes street south. Dunedin. fJIO LET, _6-roomed House, corner Elm row I. and Bishop road; bath, copper; newly done up ; 5 minutes to Post Office ; key next door. Edward Trythall, agent, No. 1 Bond street. TO LET, 5-roomed House (facing Town Belt), Belleknowea; conveniences. Fleming’s New Zealand Cooperage, Hope street. TO LET, Seven-roomed House, Nevada, _ Roslyn; every convenience. Apply John Wilkinson, solicitor, Dowling street.

TO LET, Eight-roomed House (every convenience), facing Belt, Eglinton. 'A. G. 'Watson, Princes street south. TO LET, Four-roomed House, Peter street, Cavorsham. For particulars apply next door. TO LET (Roslyn), good 5-rooraed House (plastered). John Philp, Boss street, Roslyn. TO LET, near Botanical Gardens, Eightroomed House; large section, stable ; low rent. Apply Trustees, Executors Company, Liverpool street. TO LET, Three-roomed House, Heriot row, top of Constitution street. Apply Mr Matbewson, on premises. TO LET (Mornington). superior 4-roomcd House; scullery, copper, and every convenicncc. W. Miller, Arcade. TO LET, Hansford Town, Five-roomed House ; splendid view, garden, fruit trees, every convenience. David Lusk. TO LET, Furnished 5-roomed House, Leith street north, four months from November. Address “House,” Star Office. TO LET (Mornington), Seven-roomed House (every convenience), near English Church, Apply Davies’s Drapery Store. TO LET, new 6 and 7-roomed Houses; modern conveniences. Apply Wm. King, George street north. TO LET, Five-roomed Cottage, Harrington street, Port Chalmers. Apply Mrs Veal, Grey street. Port Chalmers. TO LET, Suite Front Offices occupied by Messrs Jowitt and Co. Apply Provident Industrial Insurance Company, Triangle. TO LET, • Four-roomed Cottage, with o, without stabling. Apply Scotia Hotelr Leith street. TO LET, new and, handsome House of _8 rooms, bath (hot and cold water), pantries, and all modern conveniences. ■ John Beid and Sons. rjpO LET, a comfortable House of 5. rooms in ■ Maitland street; bath, copper, etc. ; fine view ; 12a weekly. John Reid and Sons. TO LET, T>RICK HOUSE with slate roof, containing '8 rooms and outhouses; j-acre section, well laid out; situated near Botanical Gardens; 50 yards from tram., : - . Apply H. S. Fislj andßon; pr box m;

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 6, Evening Star, Issue 10417, 11 September 1897

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