::.\ --AMUSEMENTS. . T a EATS E. "■ - _:;;•. THE PERFORMANCE ~;.;- ,■ ';''",_■-' ■■'. ; : - '■'..•'.":•-•..:•■. . :•. ■ 1+ ~ ; -pNE. ; .p| f TffiE;BEST?" ;!'■-.''"" |g|[ REPRB3ENTAWON . '.' ' BLAND HOLT'S Remarkably Fascinating Military Drama, ONE OF THE BEST. ONE OF THE BEST. ONE. Qg- Your Last Chance ! THE 'BEST.' '"■:'■ ' ONE OF THE BEST. ONE OF THE BEST. ,LAST NIGHT" "■ VOf "the pomp. Pageantry. LAST NIGHT and Regal MaSenw LAST NIGHT of the Gorgeous^mw LAST NIGHT Tableaux. y TO-MORROW (SATURDAY) EVENING. ~_" First Presentation here of the - Up-to-date Drury Lane Sporting Spectacle, .■•-■■■..■ THE DERBY AVINNER THE DERBY WINNER. £&• Full of Novelty. «ST Full of Dramatic Interest. O* Full of Eiciting Situations. • *3* Full of Attraction and Sparkle. Prices: 4b, 2s 6d, Ib. Box Plan at Dresden Pianoforte Depot. Day Tickets at Jacobs'a, BOARD AND B.FSU.ENCE. ' CHRISTOHUROH. Within Ono Minute of the Railway Station. JAMES HATFIELD, Pbopbietob. Telephone 231. P.O. Box 291. ■\7"ACANOIES for few Lady, lientlemeu T Boarders; centra], comfortable, and moderate. Newington House, corner High and Hope streets. GENTLEMAN requires really good Board and Residence. Reply "October," Stab ELECTION NOTICES. TO THE ELEOTORS OF DUNEDIN CITY. LADIES AND GENTLEMEN, —At the urgent request of a large number of the Eleotora I have CONSENTuD TO BECOME A CANDIDATE for the Vacant Seat in the House of Representatives. I will take an early opportunity of plaoing my views before you. Soliciting your support, *-. '-..-•• I am, yours obediently, <y ALEX. SLIGO. Dunedin, September 29,1897. TO THE RATEPAYERS OF PORT CHALMERS. LADIES AND GENTLEMEN, -In compliance with the requisition presented to me and signed by upwards of 100 Ratepayers of this Horough requesting me to allow myself to bo NOMINATED for the honorable position of MAYOR of this Town for the ensuing year, I have much pleasure in ACCKDING TO YOUR REQUEST, and, if elected, will use my utmost endeavor to further your interests. JOHN MILL. Port Chalmers, 29th September, 1897. TO LET. ROSLYN.-4, 5, 6, 7, and 8-roomed Houses ; To Let. Washer's Roslyn Agency. Telephone 888. ' RANTED To Let, Six-roomed Verandah . . Cottage (every convenience), Oonstitution street. Apply M'Dowell, on the premises. ] TO LET, 6-roomed House, Bishop road ; bath, copper; five minutes to Post Office. Edward Trythall, agent, No. 1 Bond street. Key next door. <r\o LET, One 4-roomed and One 5-roomed I Houoe; now boiler and every convenience. Apply F. Meenan, King street. TO LET, Two-roomed Furnished Cottage; garden; splendid view; low rent. Mrs Newton, next Wilson's Store. kIMAiIBJW.IiJffiIU.IJItiJJJ.IiiM.W le for a dressmaker, etc.; rent moderate. Apply MraH. M'Caughan. TO LfcT, Four-roomed House; stables, large yard. Apply Mr Muir, David street, Caveraham. 10 LET, George street north, 5, 6, and . 7-roomed Houses. Apply W. King. JL view from Littlebourne; gas, bath, hot and cold water, and all modern conveniences. R. Brown, 6? George street. rnO LET, 163 Acres on Chain Hills, fronting J_ Main South road. Apply A. Kirkland, Green Island, MEETINGS. OTAGO RUGBY FOOTBALL UNION. SPECIAL GENERAL MEETING of the L Otago Rugby Union will be held at the City Hotel TO-MORROW (SATURDAY), OCTOBER 2, At 8 p.m. JAS. HUTCHISON, Hon. Sec. LOST AND FOUND. ' OST, Opera Cloak, Wednesday night, in N.E.V. Finder kindly leave at Mrs Macandrew's, N.E.V. LOST, between Hospital and Octagon, Grev Knitted Shawl (black beads). Reward on returning to Gladstone House. LOST, Pocket Brook, between Perpetual Trustees and Thomson, Bridger's. Finder please leave at Paterson and Barr's. JLj railway ticket. Finder will please pest ticket to Citv Hotel. OST, Lady's Pendant Gold Watch, with J brooch attached; blue enamel face; supposed lost in town or on golf links. Finder returning to Manager Grand Hotel will be rewarded. FOUND.— Best Cure for Sores, Injuries of any kind is Morris's Electric and Magic Healer. Chemists, grocers. PUBLIC NOTICE. RIME Waikouaiti Butter, 9d lb; fresh Eggs, 9d; just arrived. Waikouaiti Butter Agency, 143 George street (corner Hanover). J7IOR Comfort arid Quiet see Girls' Carpet f! > Slippers, lid ; Ladies', Is ; Boys', Is 3d. Simon Brothers. EVERY reader of To-night's Stab should receive Circular with full details of Fyfe and Cuming's Carnival. Millinery Millinery Millinery Millinery Millinery Millinery Millinery Millinery Millinery Millinery Millinery Millinery Millinery Millinery Millinery Millinery Mollison and Co. Mollison and Co. SEE Mollison and Co. the Mollison and Co. RAND Mollison and Co. ISPLAY Mollison and Co. in Mollison and Co. the Mollison and Co. fNDOW Mollison and Co. and Molfison and Co. the WINDOW and Millinery SHOW ROOM Mollison and Co, of the NEWEST STYLES Millinery MILLINERY. Mollison and Co. Millinery I I Mollison and Co. Mollison and Co.. Mollison and Co. Mollison and Co Mollison and Co. Mollison and Co. Mollison and Co. 45 Geoege street. Just Landed, splendid assortment of CROCKERY AND HARDWARE, Dinner and Tea Sets, Toilet Sets, Bedroom Ware, 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. CAR T E R, 45 Geobob stbeet. AUCTIONS. SATURDAY, 2nd OCTOBER, • At 11 o'clock. At the Dunedin Horse: Salevard. FIRST-OLABS FARM DRAY. have received instructions from Mrs Wedsworth, Mount Cargill, to sell by auction, , at above,time and place, \ first-class farm dray, la splendid order.
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