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Page 3 Advertisements Column 7, Issue 10435, 2 October 1897
AMUSEMENTS. jp E I NO ESS'S. THSATS E. TO-NIGHT I SAT UR DAY, TO-NIGHT! TO-SIGHT! OCTOBER 2. TO-NIGHT! BLAND HOLT "Will submit to his Friends and Patrons his Spectacular Production, the Famous Drury Lane Sporting Spectacle, THE DERBY WINNER THE DERBY WINNER THE DERBY WINNER THE DERBY WINNER. Written by Sir Augustus Harris, Cecil Raleigh, and Henry Hamilton. THE ENTIRE STRENGTH Of the POPULAR PREMIER DRAMATIC COMBINATION In a Cast of Characters Especially Attractive and Extremely Novel. VARIED AND BEAUTIFUL DISPLAYS OF THE SCENIC ART Spe rally Executed for the Pi eduction. THE DERBY WINNER. A romance adorning English life, told concisely, consistently, and congenially, incorporating a BRILLIANT SERIES op SCENIC MARVELS. THK DERBY TRIAL ox MALTON DOWNS. FAITHFUL AND REALISTIC DETAILS. THE REGIMENTAL HULL. A Dazzling Display of Sparkling Lights, Gorgeous Uniforms, and Elegant Costumes. A Spectacle which for Grandeur has never been approached on any Antipodean Stage. THE SALE OF THE FAVORITE. A SCENE OF INTENSE EXCITEMENT AND EFFECT. THE SADDLING PADDOCK. And the RACE FOR THE DERBY STAKES, A NEW AND FRESH TREATMENT OF A SPORTING TABLEAU. Prices: 4s, 2s 6d, la. Box Plan at Dresden Pianoforte Depot, Day Tickets at Jacobs’s. QAVERSHAM BAPTIST CHURCH. EIGHT DAYS’ MISSION. Commencing TO-MORROW, OCTOBER 3rd. Pastor W. L. SALTER will Preach at 11 and 6.30. The Mission will then be conducted by the Rev. F. W. BORBHAM (of Mosgiel). MONDAY to FRIDAY, at 7.30 p.m. Also on the following SUNDAY, October 10th. Sankey’s Hymns; KAIKORAI PRESBYTERIAN OHUROH. THE Sacred Cantata ‘DANIEL,’ with Orchestral Accompaniment, will be Repeated (by special request) on FRIDAY, 15th October, 1897. Also, Solos by several leading Vocalists. _ Tickets unused for last performance will be available for the forthcoming one. Admission, 6d. Children, 3d. ELECTION NOTICES. THE CITY ELECTION. T ADIES AND GENTLEMEN,-At the request of the Workers’ Political Committee and of numerous friends I have decided to offer myself as a candidate for the Representation of the City in the room of the late Mr Fish. It is my intention at an early date to state my views fully and plainly on the Political Questions of the hour. Meantime I have to state emphatically that I shall give support to the General Policy of the Government and shall be a firm upholder of the National System of Education. I am, yours faithfully, HUGH GOURLEY. DUNEDIN CITY ELECTION. A MEETING of the SUPPORTERS of M H. GOURLEY will he held THII EVENING, at 8 oolook, at the Committe Rooms, nest City Hotel, Business : To Form Committees for the coming Bye Election. DUNEDIN CITY ELECTION. The workers’ political committee DELEGATES and EXECUTIVE OFFICERS of Unafflliated UNIONS are requested to Meet in the Trades and Labor Rooms on MONDAY EVENING Next, at 8 o’clock. Business : The Furtherance of Mr Gourley’s Candidature. D. H, FOREMAN, Secretary. DUNEDIN ELECTION. TO THE ELECTORS. TThO NOT BE MISLED by silly canards, or by the action of the Political Workers’ Committee, because it is in no sense representative. The large and intelligent body of workers in Dunedin and Suburbs decline to be dictated to in the choice of a Member of Parliament by any self-constituted clique assuming a position to which its members have no right. This will be made very apparent before the day of election, WILLIAM HUTCHISON. TTUTCHISON’S COMMITTEE will MEET at the Committee’s Rooms, Moray place (under Mrs Dick’s Registry on MONDAY EVENING, at 8 o’clock. Supporters desirous of aiding the Committee are respectfully invited to attend. DUNEDIN CITY ELECTION. TjIRIENDS AND SUPPORTERS of Mr ALEX. SLIGO ns a Candidate for the Representation of the Dunedin Electorate are invited to attend a Meeting at the CHORAL HALL, Moray place, on MONDAY EVENING, 4tb inst„ at 8 o’clock, for the purpose of forming Committees, etc. J. M. SANDBMAN. Hon. Sec, AUCTIONS. MONDAY, 4th OCTOBER, At 9.45 o'clock snarp. OATS, WHEAT, BARLEY, POTATOES, OATEN SHEAF CHAFF. THE NEW ZEALAND LOAN AND MERCANTILE AGENCY COMPANY, LIMITED, will sell by auction, at the Otago Wool and Grain Stores, Lower Rattray street, as above. ANDREW TODD, Manager. MONDAY. 4th OCTOBER, At 10 o’clock. GRAIN AND PRODUCE. At the Otago Corn and Wool Vogel street, DO‘N ALD REID AND 00. will sell as above, Oats, wheat, barley, potatoes, and chaff. MONDAY. 4th OCTOBER, At 11 o’olock. GRAIN SALE. THE FARMERS’ AGENCY COMPANY will sell by auction, at 11 o’clock, Oats, potatoes, chaff, etc. JOHN GRINDLEY, Auctioneer. . MONDAY. 4th OCTOBER, At 10.30 a.m. GRAIN AND PRODUCE. ALGETY AND CO., LIMITED,, will offer a catalogue of Oats, wheat, chaff, etq. At their Cumberland qtrqeij.
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