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Page 3 Advertisements Column 7, Issue 10417, 11 September 1897
AMtf S3frME!NT6. pRINCESS’S THEATRE. MONDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBE R- 13tfi: COMPLIMENTARY BENEFIT TENDERED TO Mr CON. BUCKINGHAM, FoV many yenks Solo Cornet Princess’s Theatre Orchestra By kind permission of Colonel Webb the GARRISON BAND will be in attendance. PROGRAMME. Overture;— Orchestra. Song—* I Trust You Still.’—Miss B. Jacobs. Song—‘Bid Me to Love.’—Mr Jas. Jago. Clarionet Solo (Selected).—Bandmaster George. Song—‘The Flight of Ages.’—Mrs J. H. Coombs, 1 Song—* Reading Thine Byes.’—Mr H. B, Smith. Recitation (Selected).—Mr A. Lucas. Specialties. To conclude with the sparkling Comedietta ‘THE LOAN OF A LOVER.’ Characters: Peter Spyk Mr Chas. R. Hill Captain Amersfort ... Mr Wilton Power Swyzel Mr W, Morris Delve ... ... ... Mr J. Manville Gertrude ... ... ... Miss Nell Ogden Lady Ernestine ... ... ... Miss Leech Original songs, etc. Mr A, F. Robertshaw, Accompanist; Mr F. Leech, Leader of Orchestra. Piano kindly lent by Dresden Piano Company’; Prices—3s, 2s, Is. Moray place congregational CHURCH. OPENING OF THE NEW ORGAN, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, , At 8 o’clock. GRAND ORGAN RECITAL, Organists : Messrs A. J. Barth, W. E. Tailor, J. Timsoh, and D. Cooke; Assisted by Leading Vocalists and the Church Choir. Admission ... ONE SHILLING. Programme*! and Tickets at Bcgg’s, Braithwaite’s, and Wise's. GRICULTUR Al HALL. DUNEDIN HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY'S SPRING SHOW. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 22. All Particulars, Entry Forms, Schedules, and Tickets may be obtained through Seedsmen; or from JOHN H. EVERY, Secretary, Eldon Chambers, Princes street. GOVERNMENT NOTICES. v. R. SMALL-GRAZING RUNS OPEN FOR APPLICATION, 'VTOTIOB IS HEREBY GIVEN that Leases JJI of the under - mentioned SMALLGRAZING RUNS will be open for Application at this Office on WEDNESDAY, the 20tb day of October, 1897, at the half-yearly rental noted opposite each run : District. Booger Gimmerburn Gimmerburn Gimmerburn Lccstream and Hedgehope Leestream . Leestream Leestream . Leestream Poolbnrn Poolburn Poolburn Waipori Waipori 7,10, & 11 225 v 225\ 225z 260 a 260b 260 c 260 d 260b 261u 26U 261j 1 to 5 2, 4,&5 Block. VII. \ VIII. / 810 614 320 363 3,790 3,085 1,311 2,180 1,167 3,~ 3, 2, 1,967 tt £ s. d. 6 15 O 8 10 3 6 8 5 15 8 170K 727 5' 83831 23 13 9 19 5 5 10 19 0 18 3 4 914 6 6 4 7 7 1 9 6 18 8 10 Posters containing plans and other particulars will shortly be ready for distribution, and will then be exhibited at Post Offices, Railway Stations, etc.
Valuations for improvements must be lodged with the application or paid immediately the result of the ballot is declared. Forms of application and further information can be obtained at this Office. J. P. MAITLAND, Commissioner of Crown Lands. Crown Lands Office, Dunedin, Ist September, 1897. V. £> R. CROWN LANDS SALE. ■VTOTTCE IS HEREBY GIVEN that i 3( the following ALLOTMENTS on the PDKETAPU, ARUGOWAN. and MAEREWHKNUA ESTATES will be open for application on the LEASE .IN - PERPETUITY SYSTEM, under 11 The Land for Settlements Aot,” on WEDNESDAY, the 15th day of October, 1897 Valuations for improvements must be lodged with the application or paid immediately the result of the ballot is declared. Full particulars ran be obtained at this office, J. P. MAITLAND, Commissioner of Crown Lands. Crown Lands Office, L uncdin, Ist September, 1897. V. R. VILLAGE HOMESTEAD ALLOTMENTS. SECTIONS in Glenkenich District, Block VIII. ; Lower Hawea District, Block XII.; Maniototo District, Block XVI.; Rankleburn District, Block IX. ; and Strath Taieri District, Block V., will be open for selection as Village Homestead Allotments on Lease in perpetuity at this office on WEDNESDAY, the 20th day of October, 1897.
Posters giving detailed information will shortly be exhibited at the various post offices, railway stations, etc. No person can hold more than one Village Homestead Allotment, and Married Women arc not eligible as selectors. Full information can be obtained at this office. J. P. MAITLAND. Commissioner of Crown Lands. Crown Lands Office, Dunedin, Ist September, 1897. AUCTIONS. MONDAY, 13th SEPTEMBER, At 2 o’clock. DKAPEPvY, MILLINERY, CLOTHING, BOOTS, Etc. J' AM B S SAMSON AND V) O. will sell by auction, at their Rooms, Drapery, etc., including—Ladies’ and children’s jackets, mantles, capes, all-wool dress materials, navy serge, men’s and boys’ suits, shirts, drawers, flannels, sheeting, calico, canvas jackets and overalls, apron linen, hats, corsets, infants’ hoods, curtains, hose and half-hose, table linen, flannel shirting, twill, cretonne, Mosgiel tweed, blankets, and a large lot of fancy goods, etc,, etc., etc. No reserve. WEDNESDAY, 15th SEPTEMBER, 1897, At 2.30 o’clock. Auction Rooms, Manse street. BICSTCLES 1 BICYCLES ! HS. VALENTINE • has received instructions from a Cycle Agency to offer by public auction, as above. The whole of their stock of New and Second - hand Machines from last seasonRare opportunity of securing a good bicycle at a nominal price. English-made Bikes—strong and light, narrow tread, all gears, and Dunlop tyres. WE BEG TO ANNOUNCE that we have SOLD our FRUIT, PRODUCE, and POULTRY BUSINESS to Messrs T. E. SHIEL AND CO., of Jetty and Princes streets, Dunedin, for whom we respectfully solicit a continuance of the SUPPORT so r generously accorded us. We can confidently i recommend -them as our Successors. Any consignments sent in to us after THIS DATE > will be handed over to them. A. LOROS 40TO CO.
Page 3 Advertisements Column 7, Issue 10417, 11 September 1897
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