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Page 3 Advertisements Column 5, Issue 10449, 20 October 1897
, ~ AMUSEMENTS. RI>N O E'S S'S to eatee ' TO-NIGHT ...- , TOMORROW V ~,!■■.■> And TO-MORROW! :.,:-j *"v£AST TWO NIGHTS . ' \ ':■.«**■?? •'■■'•• ; -- of;- r-.-:.;.-v-:- . -• BLiND HOLT'S 1897 SEASON. : Reproduction, by.pftrtirolay desire, of Gcorgo : . . R.Sitna'attnd Wilson Barreit'a Sublime Missionary P;av, THE GOLDEN LADDER I THE GOLDEN;LADDEK ■... j. THE GOLDJtfT LADDER : . ' £^ Bo^W h^B the sUnta & ladder up, • Whose golden round* are our calamities." ■: .N A T UfttPLAY. Full of Honeat Pathos, abounding in Legitimate ■-■■:'■:••/. ■ ■: • ;•.••;:.<; Merriment ':., THE SERIES OF CHARACTERISATIONS In the hands of ; the POPULAR PREMIER DRAMATIC ORGANISATION. THE BEAUTIFUL SCENERY Specially Executed for this revival by .-.'■•" | Mr John Bbuntok. : Act 1. NATURE'S BEAUTIES: YOUTH AND FLOWERS. THE BIRTHDAY BETROTHAL. "Whither thou goest I will go, and thy people shall be ray people.'.' Act 2 AMONG DUSKY FORMS* AND BENIGHTED MINDS. A Missionary's Life in Madagascar. . Act 3. BACK TO MERRIK ENGLAND. HAMPSTfcAD riKATH IN A FLEECE OF SNOW. The Twinkling " Lights o' London." Act 4. THE BROAD ARROW. TRAGEDY AND COMEDY WITHIN PRISON WALLS. HISTORIC MILLBANK. FAREWELL PERFORMANCES! •" FAREWELL PERFORMANCES! TO-MORROW EVENING: POSITIVELY LAST TWO NIGHTS OF THE SEASON. Sewing Machines used in Act 4 kindly lent by the Wertheim Sewing Machine Depot, Princes street. Prices: 4s, 2s6d, Is. Box Plan at Dresden Pianoforte Depot. Day Tickets at Jacobß'a. ALL ACCOUNTS against BLAND HOLT must be Rendered immediately, in order that they may be paid not later than 12 noon TO-MORROW (ihursday), as the Company leave for the North early on Friday. .RINCESS'S THEATRE WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY, OCTOBER 27 and 28. GRAND DRAMATIC ATIRACTION. | THE DUNEDIN CATHOLIC LITERARY • SOUIKTY, Assisted bv well-known Lady Amateurs, Will produce Tom Taylor's Highly-semational Drama, in 4 Acts, entitled HENRY DUNBAR, on A DAUGHTER'S LOVE. Particulars in Future Issues. ON SATURDAY NIGHT, GARRISON HALL, "IGH-CLASS BUT ENJOYABLE Full Programme To-raoirow. ALL SAINTS' SCHOOLROOM. MONDAY, OCTOBER 25, 3897. On behalf of the Building fund Holy Innocents' Sohoolr.om. Songs and Recitations by the following : Meadame.-) Robinson and Hawcridge, Miss Treseder, Messrs Harry Smith, Stables, John Haggitt; and quartets by male voices. The 'Mad Tea Party,'from 'Alice in Wonderland,' by kind permission of the Sisters in charge of St. Hilda's School. Concluding with a Sparkling Comedietta entitled 'After a Sterm Comes a Calm,' by members of St. Paul's Mutual Improvement. Sooietv. ADMISSION ... Is. Tickets at Dresden Company. TO-NIGHT! TO-NIGHT! At 8. At 8. Attho "' " "i VAT IO N A R M'Y, , DOWMNO STBEST, ROME, Ancient and Madera, Pagan and FcoleaUutioal, including the Coliseum, -No.ro, Martyr. Dora, eta, eto, etc 150 MAGNJHOBNtIBiELI&HT VIEWS. TO-MORROW N7GHT (THURSD \Y) Thiß Great ', LIMELIGHT EXHIBITION WILL BE COMTINUBD. Silver Collections.' Gallery Ticket, for two nights, 6d, to be had at the door entrance. FRED. ROWLEY. ÜBLIC HALL, NORTH-EAST VALLEY. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 25th. The NORTH-EAST VALLEY BAND beg to announce that they are giving a GRAND CONCERT, consisting of the Contest Selections 'Oberon' and 'Meyerbeer,' and also the Solos to be played by the mt mbers of the Band at the forthcoming contest at Oamaru. The above will be under the Patronage of His Worship the Mayor and Councillors of N.E. Valley. Front Scats, 2s; Back Seats, la. J. FRASER, Hon. Sec. BOARD AND BFSIPENOE. ' JOKER'S FAMILY HOTEL, u CHEISTCHURCH. Within One Minute of the-Railway Station. JAMES HATFIELD, Pp.otRiETOB. Telephone 231. P.O. Box 291. ACANCIES for 2 Gentlemen, private family; home comforts, bath; 14s 6d per week. " Centra'," Star • ffice. LOST AJTO PQ3KD \J return to J; Gilmour, care A. and T. Burt's workshop. \ OOK out for J. G. Smith's Gymnastic J Display, City Hall, Friday, October 29th; over 100 performers. OST, voung Irish Terrier; reward. Grant P. Farquhar, Williamstreet. r OST. Monday evening, small Gold Heart, —J with ruby centre: ker-p'ake. Please return Mr Peter Dick, watchmaker. I OST, Cape off Waterproof, between St. -J David and Frederick street*. Reward returning Mrs MitcheD, corner George and St. David streets. 4?*> REWARD. —Lost, Blaok-tan Boughisit&_ coated Collie Dog: white on chest, long hair; supposed to bo about Mornington. Charles Bills. FOUND, a Chance to Win a Prize in Labor • Day Art Union by spending a Shilling. MEETINGS. SUAL MONTHLY MRETING of Lndsre \j Celtic TO-MORROW (Thursday), a'. 730 pm. sharp. Officers and Members are kindly requested to be in punctual attendance. Visitors cordially invited. BuHiness : Raising, etc. JAS. G. M'GREOOR. K.VV.M. \.i Rtorva; extraordinary vaiue l.ace • uif":n?. Blankets, serges, Marcella Qui.ts, S-'i'.K", Mantles. . . . Ring Again Those Belli"-Garrison Hall, Saturday Night. Popular prices. HASLEMERB Tea, the finest quality Ceylon r* « -Teaimportedintptb? "Colony; try it.
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