AMUSEMENTS. TWO NIGHTS! " TWO NIGHTS ! WEDNESDAY and THURSDAY, OCTOBER 27th .and 28tb, 1897. Come and See THE DUNEDIN CATHOLIC LITERARY SOCIETY IN HENRY DUNBAR, OB A DAUGHTER'S LOVE, Tom Taylor's- Dramatisation of Mies Braddon's Famous Novel. THRILLING SCENES! BEAUTIFUL SCENERY Cast of Charaotebs : Henry Dunbar (a millionaire) Mr Joseph Cantwell Clement Austin (his accountant) Mr A. Quelch Arthur Lovell (a sterling fellow)... Mr Jas. Hill Hecry Carter (a detective, with song, ' The Low-backed Car') . ... Mr P. Carblin The Major (of many aliases) Mr W. J. Fitzpatrick Jerrams (waiter at the " George Inn ") ' Mr J.Black Mr Hartogg (a Jewish diamond merchant) Mr Oec'd Delaney Mr Balderby (Dunbar's partner)... Mr P. Heley Thomas Tibb3 (Carter's mate)... Mr J. O'Connor Office Messenger Mr,M. Ooughlan Servant ... ... ... ... Mr Fred Stokes Margaret Wentwoith (a heroine) Miss Rose Blaney Laura Dunbar (Dunbar's daughter) Miss Addie Heley Mary M'Cann (with song, 'Arrah, go on') Miss Kitty Blaney Villagers, etc., by a host of auxiliaries. Special engagement of that popular combination the Mandoline and Gnitar Band (conductor, MrL. D.Cox). <■ PRICES OF ADMISSION -. Dress Circle, 3s; Stalls, 2s; Pit, Is. Doors open 7 p.m.; Overture, 7.45 p.m. Tickets from any member of the Society; from E. W. Dunne, George street; or at the door. fi W TTATTOWTAV Won 1 R. DOBBIN, Esq. / ""•"• JOSEPH CANTWELL, KNOX CHURCH. • CONVERSAZIONE to Celebrate the . Twenty-first Anniversary of the Opening of the New Church and to Entertain the Members of the Synod of Otago and Southland will be held In the Agricultural Hall on FRH>AY, 29th inst., at 7 o'clock. Tickets (is each) may be had at Fergusson and Mitchell'sr'Wise and Co.'s, Wilkie andCo.'s. Princes, street; Irvine and Stevenson's and Bible Depot, George street; W. Wright's, King street; A. and-J.; M'Farlane's, Maolaggan ; street and Princes street; Wood's, Battray street; and from the Officebearers. O IT ' . TWELFTH WEEK AND TREMENDOUS SUCCESS - Of THE ALBERT LUCAS COMPANY. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 27th. Positively the Last Night of the Thrilling Drama THE TWO ORPHANS. Received on Saturday Evening with Thunders of Applause. A Veritable Triumph of Stage Realism. Girole, Is 6d; Stallß, Is; Pit, 6d. ST. PAUL'S MUTUAL IMPROVEMENT ASSOCIATION. r 41HE CLOSING SOCIAL arranged for Mon- ■*■ day, Ist November, HA.S BEEN POSTPONED SINE DIE. By order of the Committee. UNKDIN NAVAL BAND. » Rehearsal Postponed till '.-. FRIDAY, 29th. Pull Attendance Requested. BOARD AND EFBIDENOE. OHRISTOHURCH. Within One Minute of the Railway Station. JAMES HATFISLD, PBOPfitETOB, Telephone 231. P.O. Box 291. lost Ahb pound. MUTUAL LIFE ASSOCIATION OF AUSTRALASIA. Head Office for Jffew Zea'and: Wellington. LOST POLICY. APPLICATION paving been made to me under Seotion 28 of the " Life Assurance Policies Act. 188*/' for the Issue of a Copy of the POLICY on the life of WILLIAM HENRY ANTHONY FITZPATRICK, of Dunedin, numbered 31,159 in the books of the Mutual Life Association of Australasia, I hereby give notice that I shall issue a copy as requested unless notice be lodged forbidding the came on or before the 25th day of November, 1897. Dated at Wellington this 22nd day of October, 1897. • B. D. MILLER, Actuary. 4?f> Reward.—The Black-tan Collie Dog *ij&i the above reward was offered for is l'onnd. Ohas. Bills, bird-dealer, George street LOST, Gold Brooch, between High street and Caversham; reward. Please return to matron, Police Btation. LOST (yesterday), between Dunedin and Ocean Beach, Bunch of Keys. Please return M'Farlane, grocer. Princes street. LOST, pair of Gold-rlmmed Eyeglasses (In case), between O and T. Young's and Dundaß street. Kindly return G. and T. Young. FOUND, Gold Ring. Describe and give particulars by letter to "Lost," Star Office. OUND, Persian Cat. Apply to Miss ' Gordon, dressmaker, Frederick street. TO LET. TO LET, or For Sale, "The Gables," Upper Kew, lately occupied by Mr J. Lethbridge; superior 8-roomed house, g-acre flower and fruit garden; fine view. Apply Dalgetv and Co., Ltd., Jetty street. TO LET, 4 and 5-roomed Cottages; gas, ranges. Mr Lyons, fruiterer, Main street, South Dunedin. TO .LET, 9-roomed House (every convenience), Mornington. Apply T. H. Dick, 90 Princes street. 0 LET, a Four-roomed Cottage. Clerk street. North-east Valley. Apply Mrs White. Clerk street, TO LET, 5-roomed House (new), Walker street; eyeiy convenience. Apply F. Meenan, Cumberland street. TO LET, 9*roomed House, George street north : low rent. Fred Smith, Dunedin Savings Bank. - Fred Smith, Dunedin Savings Bank. ! TO LET, Suite Front Offices, occupied by Messrs Jowitt and Ci. Apply Provident B. very nice 5-roomed House, with bath and all conveniences; near Belt; 12s 6d. John Beid and Sons. TO LET, Two Four-roomed Houses. Apply T. Ness, Kaikorai. TO LET (London street), 7*oomed House; bath, etc.; 15s. John Beid and Sons. 0 LET, BUILDING LEASE, Two Quarteracre Sections (separate), Lees street. FRED SMITH. Church Factor, Dunedin Savings Bank. AUCTIONS. WEDNESDAY, 27th OCTOBER, 1897 At 2.3fr o'clock. . Auctjon.Rooms, fllanse street. BICYCLES. BICYCLES, L« will offer for- sale by auction, as above, Ladies', gentlemen's, boys', and girls' bicycles, of various brands. Entries received up to. 12 o'clock on Day of
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