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AMUSEMENTS. RINOESS'S THEATRE. 2 NIGHTS ! 2 NIGHTS ! DONT FORGET,* THE DUNEDIS CATHOLIU LITERARY • ! • SOCIETY" "■ ... Produce Tom. Taylor's Sensational Drama', 1 ' in 4 Acts, entitled HENRY y DUNBAR, OR "J .... A DAUGHTER'S LOVE, ON '- WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY NEXT.: POPULAR PRICES: 3s, 2a, Is. N.B.—The Committee are requested to he present at the Full-dress Rehearsal 'lO- - EVENING. PUBLIC HALL, NORTH-EAST VALLEY. TC-MORROW EVENING (TUESDAY), ; ■- ' ■""' OCTOBER 26th. "''.::. ; ni.RAND CONCERT OF CONTEST OT MUSIC By the North-east Valley Band. Kindly assisted by Miss F. Brewer and <„ Mr E. Towsey. / ■. fader the" Patronage of His Worship the Mayor and Councillors of, the N.E. Valley. i Aciorapahist, Madam Von Look. Conductor, Mr R. Cook. ADMISSION—Front Seats; 2s; Back Seats, Is. Proceeds in aid of Band's Contest Expenses. J. FRASER, Hon. Sec. KNOX CHURCH. CONVERSAZIONE to Celebrate the . Twenty-first Anniversary of the Opening of the New Church and to Entertain theMem-' bers of the Synod of Otago and Southland will; be,held in the Agricultural Ball on FRIDAY,! 29th inst., at 7 o'clock. Tickets (Is «ach) may \ be had at Fergusson and Mitchell's, Wise and \ Co.'s, Wilkie and Co.'s. Princes street; Irvine' and Stevenson's and Bible Depot, George street; W. Wright's, King street; A. and J. M'Far-.' lane's, Maclaggan street and Princes' street; Wood's, Rattray street; and from the Officebearers. \ INVITATION CHESS MATCH. 'iHESS PLAYERS in the City and .< U are invited to take part in a CHESS \ MATCH, North of Liverpool Street v. South, to be held at the Chess Club Rooms on WED-' NESDAY, 27th inst., at 8 p.m. Ladies and 1 , gentlemen who intend to play should send their names before 1 p.m. on Wednesday next to A. R. BARCLAY, Hon. Sec. u.0.0., No. 1 Bond street. \ LOST A.NT> FOUND. • OST, Saturday, between High street and Jt Octagon, Purse containing money. Re-, turn E. Dowse (Boss and Glendining), Hi^h; street. ; LOST,' between Forth and George streets, Purse containing sum of money. Leave' Allan and Smith, King street. ara teit Hat, size oj, near Hosiyn. , .. .„.., jherls. Finder kindly return Gourl&y and Wool's, Roslyn. ' LOST, yesterday, from buggy, Ladr'a Silver-, mounted Umbrella (present). Reward oh returning Robert Kydd, Kew, Caversham. ' OST, 2 One-pound Bank New South Wales J Notes by working man ; finder rewarded. Apply N.Z. Eng. and Electrical Co., Castle Btreet. FOUND, Gold Ring. Describe and give particulars by letter to "Lost," Stair Office. MEETINGS. THE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH OF OTAGO AND SOUTHLAND. IHE ANNUAL MBETING OF THE SYNOD Will be held in the First Church THIS (MONDAY) EVENING, at 7.30 p.m. The opening services, including the Communion, will be conducted by Rev. David Borrie. To this Service the Office-bearers and Members of thei'Church, as also Ministers and Office-bearers of other Evangelical Churches, are "cordially invited. NATIONAL FIRE AND MARINE INSURANCE COMPANY OK NEW ZEALAND. "VTOTIOR IS HEREBY GIVEN, that in' xV ternwtsf fh"B Artioleß of Association, the ANNUAL GENERAL MEETfNG will be held in the Companv'a Office", Rattray street, Dunedin, on THURSDAY, 18th November, at3p.m ; BtfaiHKsa: To receive the Direotors' Report arid Balance" sheet for the 12 months ended SOth September, 1897 ; the Election of Three ; Directors and-Two Auditor . •': Proxies must be in writing and lodged at the ; Registered Office of the Company 24 hours be- i fore date of meeting." The SHARE REGISTER will be CLOSED' for TRVNSFERS from 28th OCTOBER till 18th NOVEMBER. HENRY E. WILLIAM*, General Manager. Dunedin, 20th October, 1897. THE HIRAM LODGE, No. 46. |HE ANNUAL MEETING of the above Lodge will be held in the Masonic Hall, Cargill road, South Dunedin, TO-MORROW (TUESDAY) EVENING 26th October, at 7.30, Business: Installation of W.M. and Investiture of Officers. Visiting brethren cordially invited. J. A. KIRP.Y, W.M. DUNEDIN SANITARY INSTITUTE. XON'HLY MEETING, Town Hail, I THURSDAY, ,28th October. 8.15 p.m. Discussion of I.ocil Government Bi 1. Invitations have been given and accepted by the surrounding Borough Counci's and Public Bodies A large attendance of Members and the Public requested. W. G. JENKINS. Hon. Secretary. L \M MINISTERS and ELDERS (Members - of Synod) who are Opposed to the Extinction of the Otago Synod and to the proposed Basis of Union are requested to attend a MEETING TO-MORROW (Tuesday), at 3 o'clock p.m., in the Rooms of the Young Women's Christian Association (opposite First Church). PERMANGANATE GOLD RECOVERY SYNDICATE, LIMITED. AN EXHIBITION OF THIS PROCESS < will be given in the Smelting Room of the Colonial Bank Buildings EVERY AVTKRNOON THIS WEEK (except Saturday), from 2 to 5 o'clock. Intending investors can proenre Tickets' for inspection, also Prospectus Forms, from th© undersigned. The Share I ht will CLOSE on SATURDAY, 30th instant. S. E. BRENT, Liverpool street, AUCTIONS. TUESDAY. ?6th OCTOBER, At 11 o'clock. -. Invoioe of AMERICAN BUGGY HARNESS. Ex Gio Batta Beverino. M.SPRD D I N G • is instructed to sell by auction, at his Rooms, on Tuesday morning, at 11 o'clock, 10 sets buggv and spriog-cart harness 12 pairs carriage lamps. , ' Now on view. WEDNESD \Y. 27th OCTOBER,'At 2 30 o'clock. On Account of Steamers and to Close Accounts.' M. S P E. D D I N G -, w will Rell by auction! at his rooms, on Wednesday first, at 2 30 o'clock, 35 bags sugar, 3 bags rice, 4 sacks.sago, 3 sacks tapioca., 2 caßes figs, 8 cases' salmon, 4 cases dried apples, 10 casea mils-, 4 boxes tobacco, chests and halfchests Indian and China tea, 1 Fack grass Reed. 1 sack bark, 2 drums oil, and other lines groceries. . . Also ....- 2 octaves, fine old whisky, 1 quarter-cask port wine, . and various lines esse >• whiskies br ndies, geneva, runa*. olarets, afeß, Btnnts, etc., etc, etc And; 6 cane; lounges. WithoaVieserve.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 5, Evening Star, Issue 10453, 25 October 1897

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