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Page 3 Advertisements Column 5, Issue 10452, 23 October 1897
AMUSEMENTS. id ft L L. : TO-NfGHT (SATURIfAY), OCTOBER 23. TEE ALBERT LUCAS DRAMATIC company ' ’ IN ■ THE TWO ORPHANS. . Doors open 7.30; Overture 8. ‘ Popular Prices; Dress-Circle, is6d: Stalls, Is; Pit, 61. DUNEDIN BURNS CLUB. GRAND ANNUAL HALLOWEEN GATHERING. IN the CITY HALL on MONDAY; the Ist a Grand Programme of National Music, etc., will bo rendered by the full strength of the Choir, assisted by Mrs W. Manson, Miss Milly Jacobs, Messrs De Maas, D, Hutton, Albert Lucas, John Anderson, etc. • : Dancing till 2 o’clock.' . : . Admission: Front Seats and Circle (admitting to dance), 2s; Body ot Hall, concert only. Is. Full programme text Saturday. JOHN H. MORRISON, President. ALL SAINTS’ SCHOOLROOM. MONDAY, OCTOBER 25, 1897. On behalf of the Building Fund Holy Innocents’ Echoolr;om. Songs an! Recitations by the following:— Mesdames Robinson % and Hawcridge, Mlks Treseder, Messrs Harry Smith, Stables, John Haggitt; and quartets by malo 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 Storm Comes a Calm,’ by members or St. Paul’s Mutual Improvement Society. ' ADMISSION ... Is, Tickets at Dresden Company. MORNINGTON TEMPERANCE HALL, Tuesday, October 26, at 8 p m, CHRISTY MINSTREL ENTERTAINMENT By (he Morniugton Cricket Club Minstrels. Nevy Songs, New Jokes, Dances, and Faroe. In aid of Mornington School Gymnasium Fund. Admission, Is, . ST., PAUL’S SCHOOLROOM. TUESDAY OCTOBER 26th, 8 p si. Concert and dramatic entertainment (In aid of the fund for providing Choir Surplices). | MUSICAL PROGRAMME, Followed by the Dramatic Piece ‘CHECKMATED,’ By members of St. John’s Boslyn Club. The following l adies and Gentlemen have also . kindly consented to assist" , , Mrs O. G Robinson, Mrs F.-L. Jones, Miss Kempthorne, Miss Leach, Miss Vivian, j Mr Harry Smith, Mr J. Knox, Mr F. Oldham. Accompanist ... Mr ~\V. E. Tatlob, F 0.0. 3DUOATIONAL- j | Bookkeeping for a’i purposes Taught privately by practical experienced Teacher; reasonable terms. Address “ Bookkeeping,” S tab Office. fTIHB Art of Words.—Elocution Taught— JL . Reading, Reciting, Public Speaking. Address ‘ ‘ Logos,” Albany street P. O. TO LET. ’ANTED To Let, 6-roomed Plastered House, St. Clair; every convenience. W. H; Melton, St. Clair. TO LET, Two Front Rooms (untarnished); use of kitchen and bathroom. Sir Hocking, Argyle street, Mornington. TO LET, Neatly-furnished Seven-roomed House, Queen street; beautiful view ; piano; 255, B. Brew, High street. TO LET, Four-roomed Verandah Cottage, with scullery, Oxford street, South Dun.edin (next Fiddes, pa’nter). O LET, very comfortable Erick House (five rooms); bathroom and scullery ; newly renovated. Apply John Carroll, Gladstone Villa, Walker street. nno LET, 2-roomed House. Apply J. Strang A Castle street, near St. Andrew street. TO LET, 5 roomed House H George street; rent, 5s 6d week. Apply Swan’s Coal Yard, King street. TO LET, superior 7-roomed House, Upper Stafford street. Apply T. H. Dick, 90 Princes street. TO LET, House, Six Rooms; bath, all conveniences ; tram passes door. Wm. Alderdice, David street, Caversbam. TO LET, 5-roomed House, Eskvalo street, Musselburgh. Apply Robert Mitchell. TO k£T, 2-roomed Cottage (stable, shed, buggy house), North-east Valley. Samson and Co., auctioneers, TO LET, House, 6 rooms (bath and every oonveniono ). Park street, Kensington. Keys Mr Puddy’s, next oor. mo LET. a Two.roofed House (furnished), A near St. Clair. Apply Mrs Wise, David street, Cavertbam. TO. LET,-or For Sale, "The.Gables f Upper Kow, lately occupied by Mr J. Lethbridge; superior 8-robfnod house, |-aora flower uni fruit garden;" fine view, Apply .Dalgety ond Co., Ltd., Jetty street.; TO LET, desirable modtrn Seven-roomed Villa, presently occupied by Mr T. H. Kearns, in Michla street, Roslyn; splendid view ; close to tram. Apply Public Trust Office.. TO LET, a Pour-roomed v Cottage. Clerk street. . North-east Valley. Apply Mrs 1 White, Clerk street. r flo LET, Castle street (near Gardens), Six--1 roomed House; bath (hot, coll water), gas; key next door. Apply Butler Bros., Rattray street. , fflO LET, Shop and Dwelling; ■ every conA venience. Apply Mrs Morrison, Leith street, near St Andrew street. | TO LET, new Modern Dwelling, 6 rooms, Cumberland (near Dundas) street. J. Ford, grocer, King street. TO LET, Furnished (from 15th prox. to end of January next), 8 roomed House at St. Clair; every household requisite, also upright grand piano; hot arid cold water laid on. Apply promptly to G. S. Munro, care of J. H. Stanley and Go,, Water street. TO LET, George street - north, 7 and 5-roomed Houses; ■ all conveniences, A pply W. King. ■ \ 1 I TO LET, 5-roomed - House (new), Wall street; . every -convenience. Apply. Mecnan, Cumberland street. f| IQ LET, 9-roomcd House, George str< I north; low rent. Fred Smith, Dunec Savings Bank. TO LET, 9-roomed House, Bussell stn first-class order, Fred Smith, Dum Savings Bank. LET, . Campbell street, Mornirgl t. very nice S-roomed House, with bath i all conveniences; near Belt; 12s 6d. J Reid and Sons. T 10 LET, Two Four-roomed Houses. T. Ness,- Kaikorai. T 10 LET (London street), 7-roomed He bath, etc ; 15a. John Reid and Soni TO LET, TN JACOBS’S BUILDINGS, OFFICE with I se of Strong Boom, lately occupi by Mr W. D. Milne. APPLY JACOBS, TOBACCONIST. TO LET, ~ 1 EURNISHED FIVE-ROOMED HOUS ■ Leith street north; large fruit gardei every convenience. Address “ Furnished Stab Office. TO LET, BUILDING LEASE, Two Quarte acre Sections (separate),- Lees street. FRED SMITH. Church Factor, Dunedin Savings Bmk. LOST AND FOUND. LOST, between Rattray street and M( ningtobi a Sum of Money; reward. App the Publisher,, office of this paper* STOLEN' or Strayed, Thursday, Half-br Spaniel and Collie Dog.bfown and whit decked tail ; reward; collar, 455; anyone t taining same 'will be prosecuted. Maybe comer Union and George streets. MOUND, Prof. Elston, Phrenologist; JJ _ twenty-years’ study; large reduotii families; daily. 118 George street. IJlOUNDyeveiybody talking abmt Me AD Electric Lotions; genuine cures eg man and beaist. Grocers, chemist*; saddlei FOUND, the bestplace to get your Umbrellas Re-trivered and Repaired is atMartinelli’s, George street. . ’ '
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