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sj^ J> !* - ; i ■* LAST NiGtHT f V'? DRAMATIC.SEASON OFlolJfr • ;:■;•■ POSITIVELY LASTiAPPBARANCE v POBPLAB PEBMiEIi r, > < THE GOLDEN LADDER , -THE GOLDEN-.LADDER - - ' GOLDEN LADDERS: 11Q ■ LAST NIGHT- ; ■'- ' '"'" I :.;- LASTrNIGHT SEASON. V to publicly adMessinghis/rnends;by personal speech, Bland Holt takes this opportunity, on behalf of Mrs Holt, hia company, and Umßelfi of tendering his'• heartytbanlsa for the patronage and -appreciation accorded to each, of ;tbe productions presented during the seasonjibw;terminating. To tlio-Presj his best 1 acknowledgments are also tendered, v" -.;.'--- - : - : TO-NIGHT: TO-NIGHT, POSITIVELY THE FINAL PERFORMANCE ; v OF THE .SEASON. ,_£ewihg Maohines,the Fourth Aotof" :The Golden lent by the Wertheim Sewing-Machine Depot, Princes street.-' - Prices: 4s, 2s6i], : ls; Box.pian at Dresden Pianoforte Depot. 3% -T^&ts-atJacobs's. TWELFTH WEEK ! TWELFTH WEEK 1 ALBERT LtTOAS OOMPANYi: , ; -SATURDAY,' OCTOBER 23rd, '■. TH E TW 0 0-RP H A KB. - Popular Prioea: l 8 6 : a^18,6a. J , • "'■■.•_ Day - \ Q; A R r 1 :;fe:; H : A*'L L. SATURDAY- NIGHT;-23rdINST. ENJOYABLE POPULAR CONOERT : -. ENTERTAINMENT. « w -,i B^ SI ,^ELLSr ; ; >BELLSI Village Chimes,' 'Homer Sweet Home,' etc,, on the Bella—Harmoniuß Bella. FULL ORCHESTRA (the rHuttorcFimilrt: '.'l > "Bohemian:Girl'(Balfe). - ? M|dd of Perth,' "Duet—Violin and Piano: ? VOCALISTS: V Miss OLABA MONGREDIEN Mips MILLY JACOBS ! . Mrs HEWITT Mr W. FABQUHAR YOUNG JAGO. . - VOOAL ITEMS: The Bedouin Love Song? (Pinsuti). * Scotland Yet' (Lindsay).-' •Mir Tlinrl>elTr a «.H; \ .iJ 16 £ irst Sprint; Day ' The Ship's Fiddler' (Baliol). • 'Soldiers of the Queen' (Stuart). ' Caller-On,' etc., etc. ;: I • , ;Gallery and Reserved Is; % ' _ _.~ Body of. Hall, 6d.Day Ticketal at Jacobs's Cigar Divan,' Princes atreet, and at A. Sligo's, George street. Doora open at 7.15; overture' at 8 o'clock. The Gollard and Gollard Grand used at this Concert supplied by Messrs Ohas.-Begg and do. * UNION- STREET SCHOOL HALL. WEDNESDAY,,OCTOBER 27th. ■ • ENTERTAINMENT By the ' NEW ENTERPRISE MINSTRELB. ' New Songs, New' Gage,' New Sketches. Don't forget, WEDNESDAY,. October 27th, instead of To-morrow night, as previously \ . ' advertised.. Admission: One Shilling j Back Seats, Sixpence. - /*-' -P. DDNSHBA, Hon. Sec. TO-NIGHT! ', ■'•''--- ••". AT.THB . L -V A TI'O N '~* '» " DOWLINO STKEET, ! BY LIMELIGHT L / ROME, PAGAN AND ECOLBSIASTIOAL, Nero Martyrdom, etc. Silver Collection; '"* CAVERSHAM PRESBYTERIAN v r CHURCH. LADIES'GUILD ANNUAL SALEOF WORK Will be held on ' FRIDAY and SATURDAY, 22nd and 23rd. Friday, 7.30; Saturday, 2.30 and 7.30 p.m. Musical andDramatio Entertainment. Admisßion-"..i Sixpenoe, DUNEDIN BURNS CLUB. GRAND ANNUAL HALLOWEEN • GATHERING. > - , BEBEffIO v (»>C» iXVMATBtf Grand "Programme of full strength, of the Choir, assisted" by Mrs W. Manson, Miss- Jacobs, Messrs De Mans, Di Hutton, Albert Lucas, John Anderion, etc Dancing till 2 o'clock. -■ '' <' ?■ • Admission: Front Seats and' Circle i[admittbg to dance), 2s; Body ot.Hall, concert only, Is. Full.prdgramuie.oh Saturday. ". JOHN H r MORRISON,' President. AUCTIONS. FRIDAY, 22nd OOTOBEB"; ■ :':'.:.. 9.30 a.m.r" RIPE BANANAS, RHUBARB; .ASPARA* POTATOES. ■" . POULTRY... ' OTAGO FRUIT AND PRODUCE AGENCY, v TO-MORROW (FRIDAY)*' At 11 o'clook sharp. 1 •»• ,A HIBL AND 00, • will sell by. auction, at Store, Prinoea street, ■ ;■ /.. '■.. s ; : ,-r "Poultry and produce. \ Also, 20 cases Californian onions, Sydney oranges andjempns, - rhubarb, asparagus, early peas, Gisborrio lemons, Hobart apples,, etc. SATURDAY, 23rd OCTOBER, - At 2 o'clook. ... At Auction Rooms, Dowling street. - Saleby'Auctiohof - ' HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, PIANO, EtC. have received tnstrnctions to sell by auction, Household Furnitnre, etc , including— English piano, (walnut frame), piano atobl, sideboard, bookcase, mahogany table and cover, Brussels carpets, hearthrugs, brass'fenders and irons, octagon tea tables, Vienna and occasional chairs, tanestry Buifce, curtain poles fcnd curtains, dining.table, dinner.and. cruet, oloek, wire, and flock mattresses, tapok beds, blankets ii JMI'Ji Uli'Mfflfi . . -,...,- , . r «onch,\ sofa; "tables, chairs, kitchen and cooking ntensfls,; Colt repeating rifle, large screen, copper; boiler, etc. etc., etc, . ...... '■'..--...•.;- t - ■- BOARD AND RFSIDENOE' Cl«li<U;lf;HfcflH,t*J ' OHRISTOHURCa,; - # Within One Minute »f the Railway Station. JIMEB HATFIELD, PBOPBiBTok. Telephone 231.>. p.O, Box 291. iiOST AND FOUNDS . LOST, between Rattray street and' Mor« ningtonV a Sum of Money } reward. Apply rie Publisher; officerof this paper. ; ' -?. LOST, Purse (£2, half-sovereign; and silver) • reward.... Aa Mooney,, Cargill road. ; - Snti posed dropped in.drag. . "*' , LOST. Greenstone Brooch, between Princess's Theatre and'Cargill road- reward. B. Hogg, opposite STRAYED,. Grey Persian Kitten. Fmdft please return to Mrs Adam; Pittstreet. OUND, CoUie^pog- b!aok : ahd-tan, white rrr^ a jJi e l t ond -APPV GeorgeEl«o» f r \i"mjmm-S^^ S. Larking, George street nbrtlu ' IJIOUND7 achance to Wto.a Pdw"inri*bor .' Day Art Union by spending a Shilling. Aptly, by ■« , ComfcTjWb|e,'« Stab

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 5, Issue 10450, 21 October 1897

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