-AMUSEMENTS. RIN CU SR:S Tfl S A.T R p,’ •LAST . : /. : , ““Of' THREE, -BLAND HOLT’S NIGHTS ! . , . Magnificent Military Play LAST : ONE OF THE BEST, ■: THREE OYE OF THE BEST, NIGHTS! ONE OF THE BEST. LAST . . Of THREE The Gorgeous Tableaux NIGHTS ! . THE DEGRADATION LAST THE DEGRADATION' THREE And NIGHTS! THE REINSTATEMENT, LAST THE REINSTATEMENT. THREE The Braes Bands! The Drum Bands! NIGHTS ! - The Pipers! The Scotch Dancers ! LAST The Unexampled and Exquisite THREE . ' Dramatic Narrative. NIGHTS! LAST Glitter! Pomp! ■ THREE * Pageantry! NIGHTS! POSITIVELY THS LAST THREE NIGHTS ! Saturday Evening Next—- ■ Another New Production, AND PLEASE NOTE: NO PIECE ONCE WITHDRAWN Will be Revived During the Season. Prices : 4s, 2- 6J, Is. Box Plan at Dresden Pianoforte Depot. Day Tickets at Jacobs’s. City hall. TO-NIGHT. TO-NIGHT, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 29th. L\ST NIGHT’OF THE ALBERT LUCAS COMPANY. Last Night of * Not Such‘a Fool as He Looks,’ Last Night. ■ POPULAR PRICES: Dress Circle, Is 6d; Stalls, Is; Pit, 6d. North dunedin Presbyterian SUNDAY SCHOOL ANNIVERSARY. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 30th. i A SERVICE OF PICTURE, SONG, AND * STORY, Illustrated by Magnificent English, Irish, Scottish, and Continental Views, including a Chapter in a Life’s Story. By special request the Children will Sing some of their Anniversary Hymns. Commences at 7.30. Collection in aid of Sunday School. DUNEDIN ORCHESTRAL SOCIETY. 1897. TENTH SEASON. 1897. NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS. THE THIRD CONCERT will be held at the Agricultural Hall on WEDNESDAY, the 6 th October. P.O. Box 58, W. 0. MILLAR, Hon. Sec. C BOARD AND RESIDENCE. OKBH’S FAMILY HOTEL, CHRISTCHURCH. Within Ono Minute of the Railway Station. JAMES HATFIELD, Pbopbietob. Telephone 251. P.O. Box 291. VACANCIES for few Lady, Gentlemen Boarders; central, comfortable, and moderate. Newington House, corner High and Hope streets. YAOANCIES for Gentlemen Boarders ; good table, washing; 15s weekly. Grange House, corner Hanover and Leith streets. LOST AND FOUND. f LOST, Rough-coated Collie Dog, with -Waikouaiti collar on and piece rope attached. Apply Maclean and Co. LOST, Thursday evening, between Anderson’s Bay and Dunedin, Silver Watch, Black Guard; initials “E.W.” ; reward. Stab Office. LOST, Fox-terrier Pup; Maori Hill collar. Reward on returning to F. A. Roberts, Mackerras and Hazlett’s. LOST, Brown-and-white Collie Pup.(white tips). Reward returning Clare Cottage, Leith street. LOST, Gold Watch and Chain with ring attached. Finder rewarded by returning same Mrs Tapper, Belleknowes, - LOST, Bunch of Charms. Finder please return to J. Parker and Sons, 191 George street; reward. LOST, between Albany and Frederick streets, Silver Brooch with crystals, with one stone missing. Lilly Bros. ITIOUND, Parrot; owner can have same by ? paying advertisement. Coomb?, Dalkeith, N E. Valley. LECTURES, ‘ KAIKORAI BAPTIST CHURCH. A LECTURE entitled ‘Day Break on Darkest Africa ’ in the above Church by the Rev. F. W. BOREHAM, of Mosgiel. The chair will be taken by Rev. R. U. M. Sutherland. Collection in aid of N.Z.B.M. Society. MEETINGS. QTAGO KNIGHTS OF LABOR (1,271). EMERGENCY MEETING, SCHOOL HALL, UNION STREET, TO-MORROW (THURSDAY), at 8 p.m. Full attendance'requested. JAS. MTNDOE, W.M. DUNEDIN RIFLE CIUB. The annual general meeti: of the above Club will be held in Mi Speight’s Office, Rattray street, on THU] DAY, the 30th inst., at 8 p.m Intending members are invited to be preset E. A. ROLFS, Hon. Treasure! OTAGO LICENSED VICTUALLERS’ ASSOCIATION. THE HALF-YEARLY GENERAL MEETING will be held at the Central Hotel on FRIDAY, the Ist October, at 3 p.m. All members of the trade cordially invited. J. C. SHORT, President. J. WELLS, Hon. Secretary. DUNEDIN SANITARY INSTITUTE. THE MONTHLY MEETING will be held in the Town Hall on THURSDAY, the 30th inst., at 8.15 p.m., when a paper will be given by W. SNOWBALL, Fsq , Inspector -of Abattoirs, on * Veterinary Hygiene.’ A large attendance of members and the public requested. W, G. JENKINS. Hon. Secretary. MISSION TO THE MAORIS OF THE SOUTH ISLAND. A MEETING will be held in the Lower Hall of the Congregational Church, Moray place, THIS (Wednesday) EVENING, at 8 okfiock to consider and arrange as to the organisation of an Interdenominational Mission to the Maoris of the South Island. Mr Morgan, who, at the special request of an interim committee, has visited nearly all the Kaiks south of Christchurch, will be in attendance and report. All who are interested are invited. Rev. R. R, M. Sutherland will preside. NOTICE. SALVATION ARMY, North-east Valley. FERGUSLIE HALL, near Gardens. On THURSDAY NIGH v, at 8 o’clock, A Meeting will be conducted by VELAYUTHAM (Late Missionary of Interior of India). -There will be the Great Celebration of an Indian Wedding. Illustrations of Child Wives and Widowhood;- Graphic Description of Famine Horrors. Velayutbam will Illustrate Life at India and Ceylon Wailing Women’s Cries, Burning the Dead, Death March, Sensational Exhibition of Instruments of Torture, a Mother’s Vow, Offering. » Human Sacrifice, the Silent Mouth Skewers, the Swinging Hooks, Death Conch Blowing, and many other items of interest elatlve to the Interim Life of Ceylon and India. ADMISSION ... SIXPENCE.
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