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AMUSEMENTS. L L. Cl T v HA EIGHTH WEEK Of the ALBERT LUCAS NEW DRAMATIC COMPANY. TO-MORROW (SATURDAY) EVENING, At 8 o’o'ook, ■A Scene from t'haketptare’d Tragedy JULIUS OjE-JAR. Marc Antony ... Mr Albert Lucas. At 8.30, the late Henry J. Byron’s Brilliant Comedy, in 'J hree Acta, ■ _.NQT SUCH A FOOL AS HE LOOKS, fcir Simon Simple, Bart. ... Mr Albert Luca?, supported by the Full Company. POPULAR PRICE: : Dress Circle, Is 6d ; Stalls, Is; and Pit, 6i. Day Sales Jacobs’s and Simpson’s.

10ARD AND EFSti ENCE. pOKBR’S FAMILY HOTEL, CHRISTCHURCH. Within One Minute of the Railway Station. JAMES HATFIELD, Proprietor. Telephone 251. P.O. Box 291. VACANCIES for few Lady, Gentlemen Boarders; central, comfortable, end moderate. Newington House, comer High and Hope streets. YAOANCIES for Two young Men, private family ; washing ; 15s week; near railway station. ** Comfort,” Star Office. WANTED, Board and Lodging in Christian family ;mm cal. "X.Y.,” Star Office, TO LET. CIOMFORTABLK Residence in Argylo street, ' Mornington, To Let, consisting of five rooms, kitchen, bathroom, washhouse ; all conveniences ; good situation; nice section; low rent. Apply W, F. Davidson, Liverpool street. TO LET, 3, 5, and 6-roomed Houses; all conveniences; low rent careful tenants. Wood, Arcade. TO LET, Two-roomed Furnished Cottage; garden; splendid view; low rent. Mrs Newton, next Wilson’s Store. TO LET, 6-roomed House, Bishop road ; bath, copper; five minutes to Post Office. Edward Trythall, agent, No. 1 Bond street. Key next door. fTIO LET (partly furn'shed), nice Front JL Room; splendid view; 3 minutes from tram. “ Comfortable,” Star Office. TO LET, convenient' 4 roomed Cottage at Woodhaugh. Apply Miss Thomson, Woodbaugh. TO LET, Shop and Dwelling, George street; central position ; rent moderate. J. and W. Gage, Battray street. TO LET, No. 1, Eglinton, Six-roomed ‘House; bathroom. Apply Mr T. Glendining, Ross and Glendining. TO LET, George street north, new 6 and 7-roomed Houses; 15>, 16s, 17s weekly. Win. King. MEETINGS. M.U.1.0.0.F, OTAGO DISTRICT. THE HALF-YEARLY MEETING of DIS TRICT COMMITTEE will be held ii the Lodge Room of the Loyal Tuapeka Pionee Lodge, Lawrence, ou SATURDAY, 25th Sen tember, 1897, at 2 p.m. Delegates leave Dunedin by South Express on Saturday Morning. J. A. HOPORAFT, Prov. C.S. DUNEDIN BAKERS AND PASTRYCOOKS UNION. A SPECIAL GENERAL MEETING of the above Union will be held in the Trades Hall, Dowling street, TO-MORR' iW (Saturday), at 7.30 pm. Business : The Labor Day Procession, and matters concerning Pastrycooks will be considered. Members are also requested to leave pence cards. GEO. ANNING, Secretary.

LOST AND FOUND. LOST, on Mondaj night last, in the Port train, either the 5.55 from Port or 6 15 to Port, Boy’s Suit of Clothes ; finder rewarded. Apply Powiey and Keasb, Hope street, Dunedin. LOST, Go'd Brooch (monogram M.8.), Koyal terrace, King street. Please return Hendry, tailor, George street. LOST, Bunch of Keys ; reward to finder of same. Apply 120 George street. EfIOUND, Morris’s Electric and Magic Healers. Wholesale and retail merchants, chemists, grocers, saddlers (town and country), k <£ PUBLIC NOTICES. OUR Colossal Sale will Positively Clore To-morrow Night; Bargains in all De. partments. A. and T. Inglis. LOASBY’S “ Wahoo ” positively cures where other remedies only relieve; purely herbal; always effectual; 2a 6d. Chemises, Grocers. IWTEW Goods in all departments n w being .La opened. Clothing Factory, Octagon. BEEHIVE Boots—Unrivalled for hard wear; genuine testimonials from one to three years’ wear. Simon Brothers. COMPA KE my 'I ea at Is fid with that sold by others at Is 9d. D. Comrio, grocer, King street. EfIURNITURB and Bedsteads. Call and 1 inspect the Stock of F. A. Hooper and Co. before purchasing elsewhere. BRASS Rail French Bedsteads, full size, 47s fid ; Woven Wire Spring Mattresses, 17s fid each. Hooper and Co., Octagon. FULL Size Wood Bedsteads, 17s fid; Platform Rooking Chairs, 17s fid; Austrian Chairs. 5a fid ; Kitchen Chairs, 3s fid. JUST Lauded, real Walnut Overmantels, 75s ; also Blaok-and-gold at 47s fid. F. A. Hooper and Co. FANCY Occasional Drawing Room Chairs, just landed, from 2ls each. F. A. Hooper and Co, Octagon. TALI AN Bedsteads for Curtains, no top tester, from 955; full size Wool Mattresses, 255; Kapok Pillows, 4s. Hooper and Co. HASLEMERB Tea, the new Ceylon. Obtainable at Young and Anderson’s. OUR Colossal Sale will Positively Close Tomorrow Night; Bargains in all Departments. A. and T. Inglis.

FOR SALE, SPLENDID Level Building Allotments, in George street, from £l5O to £175. Annlv JOHN REID AND SONS, Bond street. PREMIER SMALL GOODS SHOP, George street—AVe supply high-class Goods of very finest quality. Pork Pies a specialty. Roast Sucking Pig on Saturday Night. JT. CARTER, • 45 George steeet. Just Landed, splendid assortment of CROCKERY AND ■ HARDWARE, Dinner and Tea Sets, Toilet Sets, Bedroom AA r are, etc, etc. We wish to call special attention to our BROWN TEAPOTS, As they are a very fine lot, and are going quickly. ° J. T. CARTER, • 45 George street. HOSIERY. WE are making a LEADING LINE of our 1/3 LADIES’ BLACK CASHMERE HOSE. Best A r alue in the City. MOLLISON AND CO. A * L D AND HAVE OPENED C 0. 11 CASES NEW GOODS EX RUAHINE. Everything fresh and at keen prices. AULD’S SOUTH DUNEDIN DRAPERY STORES. COLOSSAL SALE AVILL POSITIVELY CLOSE TO-MORROW (SATURDAY) NIGHT. Bargains in all Departments, A. AND T. INGLIS.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 7, Issue 10428, 24 September 1897

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