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Page 3 Advertisements Column 7, Issue 10420, 15 September 1897
AMUSEMENTS. P RINCESS’S THEATRE, FRIDAY AND SATURDAY NEXT. 17Tff A‘-D 18th SEPTEMBER. 1897. I THE KOSOIUS DRAMATIC SOCIETY | lu the first Dunedin Production of FATE’S DECREE, In Aid of the DUNEDIN FREE PUBLIC LIBRARY. Dress Circle, 2s 6d ; Stalls, Is 6d; Pit, Is. tickets at Mulrooney’s, Jacobs’s, Dickinson’s, Hc-ndy’s, Hungerford’a, Mendelsohn’s, and Eraithwaite’a. Box Plan now open at Dresden. M OBiY 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. Taylor, J. Timson, and D, Cooke; Assisted by Miss Milly Jacobs, Mr James Jago, and the Church Choir. Admission ... ONE SHILLING. Programmes and Tickets at Erggs’s, Braithwaite’s, and Wise’s. WELCOME TO CAPTAIN ROBIN. COMPLIMENTARY DINNER IN THE GARRISON HALL On WEDNESDAY, the 22ad September, 1897, At 7 p m. The ADDRESSES and MUSICAL PROGRAMME to commence at 8 50, when the GALLERY WILL EE OPEN TO LADIES at a charge of 2a for Adults. tickets for the Dinner (5-) can be had from ARTHUR M. SIDEY, Hon. Sec. GRICULTURAL HALL. GRAND FLORAL FETE And BICYCLE GYMKHANA. PROGRAMME for FRIDAY, September 24, Afternoon, 3 to 6 (Chief Items): Musical Ride. —The Maypole.—Grand Procession of Exhibits in Nos. 21-26, and 28, _ Evening, 7.30 to 10 (Chief Items); Musical Ride.—The Maypole.— Hat-trimming Competition by Gentlemen; entrance fee 6d, prize sa.—lndian Ploral Club Exhibition.—Mudc, SATURDAY, September 25. Afternoon, 3 to 6 (Chief Items): Musical Ride.—Gentlemen’s Procession, No, 27.—Bicycle Competition?, No. 32.—The Maypole. Evening, 7.30 to 10 (Chief Items): Musical Bide.—-The Maypole.—lndian Floral Club Exhibition.—Music.—Special Characters.
AGRICULTURAL HALL. DUNEDIN HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY’S SPRING SHOW. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 22. All Particulars, Entry Forms, Schulu!es, and Tickets may be obtained through Seedsmen; or from John H. Every, Secretary, Princrs street. Entries Close 20th, Cafe Continental, or Pryor’s. MEETINGS. DUNEDIN CHORAL SOCIETY. THE CONDUCTOR a ;d COMMITTEE will Meet at the Victoria Hall for the Admission of Members on THURSDAY (Ladies only), SATURDAY, and TUESDAY EVENINGS Next, from 7to 8 o’clock. The Soprano Roll is closed meantime. Any further applications must be made in writing only to the undersigned, Box 150 P.O. There are still a tew vacancies for Contraltos, Tenors, end Basses. W. H. CORRIGAN, Hon. Sec. FABIAN SCOTTY Meets at 8 o’clock TO-MORROW (Thursday) NIGHT, at Zcalandia Chambers (top floor). Dowling street. Address by Mrs A. M. Burn* on ‘ Communal Homes : A Practical Step in Socialism.’ Musical Selections. Public discussion invited. MORNINGTON SCHOOL. A MEETING of Parents and Others inuL terested in the Establishing of a Gymnasium for the Mornington School will be held in the Sohoolbouac on FRIDAY'EVENING, the 17 hj inst., at 8 o'clock. I adies are specially invited. GEORGE JOACHIM, Chairman. OFFICERS and Members of Court Pride of Dunedin, A.0.F., will meet at Oddfellows’ Hall, Roslyn, Friday Evening, at 8 o’clock, to vi-it Court Pride of Roslyn. JOHN WILTON, Sec. RUTH Rebekah Lodge, I.O.O.F.—Open Meeting, Albany street Hall, Thursday, 16th September, 8 p.m.; Lecture, Sister Statham; Songs and Recitations. Friends invited. LOST AND Tf UND. LOST, Liver-and-white Spaniel; lame fore leg ;_Portobello collar ; reward. Macleod Bros., Limited, Cumberland street. TOST (on Tuesday night), between Botanical J Gardens and Nevada, Ladies’ Silver Watch. Return Education Office. LOST, Lady’s Purse, dropped from Roslyn tram, between Grand Hotel and Queen’s Drive. Reward by Manager Na'ional Bank. FOUND, in George street, yesterday, small Parcel Cloth. Address “ G.D.,” Stab Office. POUND. —Hundreds declare Morris’s Electric and Magic Healers best ever used on man or beast. Grocers. HOARD AND EFSIiENCE. 'IOKER’S FAMILY HOTEL, J CHRISTCHURCH. Within One Minute of the Railway Station. JAMBS HATFIELD, Proprietor. Telephone 231. P.O. Box 291. A GENTLEMAN requires Board and Residence at St. Clair; lunch in town. Apply, stating terms, to “T.M.8.,” P.0.80x 76, Dunedin.
PUBLIC NOTICES. AULD SCOTTIK Whisky. Agents, J. Rattray and Sou. LOASBY’S “ Wahoo ” strengthens stomach, simulates liver and kidneys, and invigorates whole system ; 2s 6.1. All chemists and Grocers. TIGER Teas.—We cannot make you good, but wo can make you feel good. Drink Tiger Teas. OFFICE, Warehouse, and Counter Stationery well and cheaply made at the Stab Factory, Crawford street BALTIC Oil for rheumatism, sciatica, colds, sprains, bruises, is unequalled; price, Is 6d. Alex. Bagley, Octagon Dispensary. J> RESERVED TOMATOES, AT THIS SEASON A MOST EXCELLENT AND CONVENIENT SOURCE OF SUPPLY, Sovereign Remedy for Indigestion and Rheumatic Afflictions. Preserved without any Chemicals whatever, and from selected Sun grown Fruit. PRICE (21b Tins), Bd. IRVINE AND STEVENSON, George street. O TAGO AGRICULTURAL AND PASTORAL SOCIETY, FIFTEENTH ANNUAL PARADE Of CLYDESDALE, CARRIAGE, HACKNEY, And THOROUGHBRED STALLIONS Will be held at TAHUNA PARK On THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 23. ENTRIES CLOSE 18th. GRAND METROPOLITAN SHOW Of SHEEP, CATTLE, HORSES, AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS, Etc., WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 24 and 25. Breeders and Exhibitors would oblige by forwarding any [suggestion to the secretary at once. ED. F. DUTHIE, Bex 365. Secretary.
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