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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4, Issue 10448, 19 October 1897
AMPBBMBNTB. BI NC H S S'S THBAT ft T t TO-NIGHT! TO-NIGHT! POSITI VELY the LAST REPRESENTATION LAST • LAST NIGHT. —•- NIGHT. POSITiVjSLYTHE LAST REPRESENTATION " . '• - ■"• '-OF BLAND HOLT'S Gigantw Melodramatic Spectacle IN SIGHT OF ST. TAUL'S IN SIGHT OK ST. PAUL'* IN SIGHT OF ST. PAUL'S. LAST NIGHTr LAST NIGHT! .:.-...-:.■ •:. Of London in sunset glow :: ■•■ : the aspasiaolub! ~' near tower bridge! .: the,panther's den ! the realistic fire -tableau! -the realistic fire tableau i The Celebration in St. Paul's Cathedral! ■ LAST TWONIGHTS OF THE SEASON LAST TWO; NIGHTS.OFTHE SEASON. - TO-MORROW and THURSDAY EVENINGS, Revival, by generally expressed deßire, of that Sublime and Exquisite Domestic and Missionary Drama THE GOLDEN LADDER THE GOLDEN LADDER. Prices: 4s, 2s 6d, Is. Box Plan at Dresden Pianoforte Depot. Day Tickets at Jacobs's. C ' T SATURDAY, OCTOBER 23rd, Reappearance of . THE ALBERT LUCAS COMPANY IN THE TWO ORPHANS. Popular Prices: Dress Circle, Is 6d; Stalls, 1b ; Pit, 6 3. DUNEDIN BURNS CLUB. GRAND ANNUAL HALLOWEEN GATHERING. ' IN the CITY HALL on MONDAY, the Ist NOVEMBEK, a Grand Programme of National Music, etc., will be rendered by the foil strength of the Choir, assisted by Mrs W. Manson, Miss Jacobs, Messrs De Maus-, D. Hutton, Albert Lucas. John Andenon, etc. Dancing till 2 o'clock. Admission: Front beats and Circle (admitting to dance), 2s; Body ot Hall, concert only, Is. Full programme on Saturday. JOHN H. MORRISON, President. KKTOATIOSfAL. . DANCING. Madame Bamann's Adult Class will be Resumed Wednesday Evening, St. Paul's Sohoolroom ; Juvenile, Saturday Afternoon. TO LET. . DOWLING STREET. - 4-roomed House; just renovated; 6s 6d per week. Scott, J Commin, and Co., Dowling street. J MAORI HILL.—To Let, 3-roomed Cottage; range and register grates, asphalt paths. Apply Post Office Store. FURNISHED Bedroom To Let; nse kitchen and sitting room. Apply second house I from Carolin's Store, Melville street. TO LET, William street, West Dunedin I (near Town Belt), 4-roomed Cottage; J scullery, and every convenience. I 'TnO LaT, superior 2-roomed House. Apply • 1 Eggers's Store, Albany street. TO LET, a Shop and Dwelling; rent reasonable. Apply Swete, grocer, Main road, I South Duncdin I TO LET, desirable modern Seven-roomed presently occupied by Mr T. H. Kcarns, in Michie street, Roslyn; splendid view ; close to tram. Apply Publio Trust Office. O LET, or For Sale, "The Gables," Upper Kow, lately ocoupied by lilr J. Lethbridgc; superior 8-roomed house, §-aore flower and fruit g?rdeu; fine view. Apply Dalgety and Co., Ltd., Jetty street. JO LET, Two Four-roomed Houses. Apply I T. Nesa, Kaikoiai. nnO LET, 9-rcomed House, George street I JL north ; low rent. Fred Smith, Dunedin I Savings Bank. I r g W LET (London etreet), 7-roomed House ; I JL batb, etc ; 15*. John Reid and Sons. I f spO LET, 9-roomed House, Russell street; I it first-class order. Fred Smith, Dunedin I Savings Bank. I \0 LET, one 4-roomed House and 4-stalled stable, Leith street north; one 5 and and one 4-roomed (new; boiler and every oonvenionoe), Walker street. Apply F. Moenan, King street. 10 LET.BUILDING LEASE, Two Quarter, aore Sections (separate), Lees street. FRED SMITH. Church Factor, Dunedin Savings Btuk. MEETINGS. 'ANTED Known-Tha Workers' Politioal Y Y Committee meet on Wednesday Evening and not on Monday, as advertißed. D, H. Foreman, socretary. BOAR?> AND BFSIDENOE. IOKER'S FAMILY HOTEL, ' OHRISTCHUROH. Within One Minute of the Railway Station. JAMES HATFIELD, Pbopbiktob. Telophone 231. P.O. Box 291. lENTLEMAN requires Bedroom, Sitting \_jf Room, and Board, where no others; bathroom iudisponsable. JKeply fully "Kosmos," Stab Offioe. LOST AND SOUND. ■ OST, between South Dunedin and FairJ field, White Shirt, Collar, Tie. Finder p'ease leave at Loudon's Store, Fairfield, or Mr Thorn, undertaker, Caverßham. LOST, on Saturday night, a Gold Chain Bangle, with padlock, between Dowling street and the Market Reserve. Reward on returning to Tailor esses' Union, Dowling street. LOST, between Roslyn and Brown street, I Gold Bangle (a present); reward. W. I Taylor, jeweller, Manse street. I OST, a Black Silver-mounted Pipe, in case; .» J finder rewarded. E. Hungerford, tobacconist. LOST, Delivery Book of Parker and Lawson's. Finder please return to P. Robertson's Express. - LOST, after Saturday next, Chance in Labor Day Art Union. Drawn City Hall, Saturday, 2 o'clock. REWARD. —Lost, Black-tan Rough- . coated Collie Dog: white on chest, long hair; supposed to be about Mornington Charles Bills. | MISLAID, occasion drag accident Northeast Valley (Labor Day), Worked Pillow-slip. Miss Freeman, Clarke's Laundry. SHIPPING. NOTICE TO WOOL SHIPPERS. SPECIAL CONCESSIONS TO GUARANTORS. - T*/f ESSRS J. H. STANLEY >ONE or MORE FIKST-CLASS IRON VESSELS trom Dunedin Wharf to London in JANUARY Next. The rate of Freight to those Shippers who Guarantee to Ship their Wool will be : 5-16 ot a Penny per lb for Greasy 38 „ „ \siipe ' 7-16 „ „ Washed. Guarantees to be handed in before the 15th November next. For further particulars apply to J. H. STANLEY AND CO., Water street. SHAW, SAVILLAND ALBION COMPANY LIMITED. R.M.S. lONIC. ex above steamer will reach Dunedin by' f.s. - on THURSDAY. DALGETY AND COMPANY, LIMITED, AgentF. I \^ DI ™ S JP>Y Mowing's Carnival at Fyfa I YY • and Cuming's Stores. -Mori Bxtaaordinary Bargains; Lace CnrtaiM, -Sfegfe Blanket!, Silks, °^
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