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AMUSEMENTS,. R I NC E SS'S THE AT R E MMITED TO FOUR MORE REP RESENT ATIONS. ! A' RINGING PEAL rW GENERAL A‘.RINGING PEAL APPROBATION. Edtlibsiaiatifcally-S-edorded Reception Given to BliiND HOLT’S New Adglo-Afticah Spedtaoular Melodrama FOR ENGLAND FOR ENGLAND FOR ENGLAND FOB ENGLAND. Written by Mr I SUTTON VANE, I Which hashadsuch a Phenomenal Run in both Melbourne and Sydney, in the interpretation of which the Members of the Popular Premier Combination Appear to Most Signal Advantage. The Remarkable Scenic Studies elicited the Warmest Tokens of Adm ration from a Delighted Audience. FOR SPORT THE MEET. FOR LOVE THE ABBEY RUINS. FOR HONOR ... ’MID SHOT AND SHELL. THE ZULUS’ STRATAGEM. THE FIGHT FOR THE STANDARD, THE STORMING OF FORT DUNBAR. I AN EN( 3LISH NEW YEAR’S ENGLAND. | ■ RYE. A HERO’S WELCOME HOME. FOR ENGLAND For a' Few Nights Only. Prices: 4s, 2s 6d, Is. Box Plan at Dresden Pianoforte Depot. Dav Tickets at Jacobs’s. jp KINOBSS'B THEATRE. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 12th, LAST NIGHT BOT ONE OF BLAND HOLT’S GREAT ANGLO-aFRICAN MILITARY SPORTING DRAMA, FOR ENGLAND. GRAND CYCLISTS’ THEATRE PARTY, Including Members of the following Clubs OTAGO DUNEDIN , UNIVERSITY ... , KAIL-WAY, and MIMIRO (Ladies’ Club). Tickets obtainable from the Secretaries. KAIKORAI PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. THE SACRED CAN I’ATA ‘ DANIEL * (Root’s) will be given by the Choir on FRIDAY, 15th October, at 8 p.m. 9«een ... ... ... Miss Mina Laing Sister of Azanah Miss J. Wright Azariah ... ... ... Mr J. Laurenson Daniel ... ... ... Mr Arthur Ross King ... ... ... Mr Ernest Bray d , Mr J- B. MTntyre Solo (with Chorus)... ... Mr J. C. Wilson Also the following Selections ; Solo—‘ The Holy Shrine ’ ... Mr J. Armstrong Solo—‘The Better Land' ... Miss Brewer Solo—‘Jerusalem’ Mr D. Hutton Solo—‘Pardoned ’ Mr J. T. Carter Solo—‘Side by Side’ ... Miss J. Walker Trios of Male and Female Voices, Choruses, etc. Full Orchestral Accompaniments. Organist. Miss Callender. Conductor, Mr.l, Robertson. Admission, 6d; Children, 3d. Proceeds in aid of Choir Fund. PIONEER LODGE, I. O. G.T., hold Grand SALE OF WORK and MUSICAL ENTERTAINMENT in Upper Choral Hall on TUESDAY EVENING NEXT, 12th INST. Doors open 7 o’clock. Admission, Sixpence. Hutton’s Orchestra, Dickie’s Dolls, and plenty other Amusements. * Everybody Come on TUESDAY NIGHT. MEETINGS. OTAGO INSTITUTE. The usual monthly meeting win be held at the Museum on TUESDAY, October 12th, at 8 p.m , when the following communications will be made: 1. Mr Hamilton: (1) ‘On Rock Pictographs near Alburv, South Canterbury ’; (2) ‘A List of Recent and Fossil Polyzoa Collected in New Zealand ’; (3) ‘On Cncmiornis, ah Extinct Bird Found in most of the Bone Deposits.’ 2. Numbers of thk Dunedin Field Cicb: ‘ Contributions to our Local Flora.’ Council Meeting at 7.30. T. JEFFERY PARKER, Hon. Sec. LODGE OF OTAGO, No. 7. MEMBERS of the CRAFT are cordiallj invited to the INSTALLATION of Bro FREDERICK ANSDELL at the Oddfellows Hall, Lower Stuart street, on WEDNESDAY October 13,1897. The Lodge will be Opened al 7 p.m.; Visiting Brethren 7.30 p.m. 0. J. RONALDSON. P.M.P.G.D., HIRAM LODGE, No. 46. OFFICERS and MEMBERS of the above Lodge are requested to attend tho IN STALLATION of Bro. FREDERICK ANS DELL as W.M. of Lodge of Otago on WED NESDAY, October 13.18'97,.at 7.30 p.m. j. A. KIRBY. W.M.. Pt. Qr. Supt. LODGE MAORI, No. 105. OFFICERS and MEMBERS of Ihe above Lodge are requested to attend the INSTALLATION of Bro. FREDERICK ANt-'* DELL as W.M. of Lodge of Otago on WEDNESDAY, October 13,1897, at 7.30 p.m. S. T. BOLTON, W.M. THEOSOPHIOAL SOCIETY. A PUBLIC MEETING will be held in the ROOMS of the above Society, A.M.P. Buildings, Princes street, on MONDAY EVENING, at 8, when Mr A. W. MAURAIS will deliver an Address on ‘ Caste.’ DUNEDIN PAINTERS’ UNION. A SPECIAL MEETING of the above Union will be held at the Coffee Palace, Moray place, on MONDAY, 11th inst.,-at 8 p.m. Every member requested to attend. Business : To arrange .for Labor; Day Procession, and other important, matters. LABOR DAY COMMITTEE. A GENERAL MEETING of COMMITTEE will be held in the Trades Hall on MONDAY NIGHT, 11th inst., at 7 30 o’clock. • Full meeting requested. Business important, APPLICATIONS FOR SIDE SHOAV^-\ ■! Applications for Side Shows must bn ffiadd'to tho Secretary not later than 7 30 on MONDAY EVENING. No one allowed to have a Side Show without applying as above. D. H. FOREMAN, Secretary. SEW HOY BIG BEACH COMPANY. SHAREHOLDERS desirous of Joining the Small New Company will MEET at Chamber of Commerce, MONDAY EVENING, the 11th inst,, at 8 o’clock. EDWARD TRYTHALL, y Sharebroker. 1.0.0. F. PIONEER LODGE MEETS TUESDAY EVENING. Business: Appointment of Medical Officer. Members are hereby summoned to attend. GEO. SPRINGER, Secretary. AUCTIONS. WEDNESDAY, 20th OCTOBER, 1897, At 2.30 o'clock. HOUSE AMD LAND, Cargill street, Dunedin. Under the conduct of the Registrar of the Supreme Court of New Zealand, Otago and Southland District, in pursuance of the provisions of “The Property Law Consolidation Act, 1883,” and in exercise of the powers conferred by Deed of Mortgage (registered No, 61,854). •VTEVILLE S I BV WRIGHT _LI is instructed to sell by public auction, as above, at the Central Auction Rooms, High street, Dunedin, Section Seventeen (17), Block Twenty (XX), Dunedin, containing one (1) rood, more or less, with dwelling-house. This Property fronts Cargill street, and was lately occupied by Mr A. T. price. For further particulars apply to Messrs SIEVWRIGHT AND JAMES, Solicitors, Dunedin: Qr THE AUCTIONEER.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 7, Issue 10441, 9 October 1897

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 7 Issue 10441, 9 October 1897

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