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AMUSEMENTS. Q I T ;: .Y." V •h'A LX. THE ALBERT LUCAS COMPANY. TO-MORROW (WEDNESDAY) EVENING, At 8 o’clock. Important Revival of Boncicanlt’a famous Irish Drama, in four acts, THE COLLEEN BAWN - THE COLLEEN BAWN ■ ■ THE COLLEEN BAWN. FOB ONE NIGHT ONLY 1 : j Mylea-na-Ooppalleen Mr Albert Lucas. I Don’t Miss the Great Water Cave Scene. Circle, Is 6d; Stalls, Is; Pit, 6d. Day Sales as usual. ALL SAINTS’ SCHOOLROOM, WEDNESDAY EVENING, November 3rd, Commencing at 8 o’clock. GRAND Performance of the Kinderspiel ‘ Don Quixote,’ by the .Children of St. Martin’s, instructed by Mrs Strain. Cast — Don Quixote, Master P. O’Shea; Sandro, Master B. Moore; Lady of the Lea, • Miss Harvey; Dame Durden, Miss M. Steele; -Rantin’ Rovin’ Robin, Master H. Harvey; Dolly Dimple,-Miss B. Millward; Willie Wimple, Master A. Brown; Tom Tug, Master B. Green; Handy Andy, Master W. Drake; Merry Maids, Misses Umbers, H. Clark, and L. Smith. Soldiers, Sailors, Laboring Men, and Maids. Full Chorus. Songs and dances. To be followed by a Vocal and Instrumental Concert, at which the following Ladies and Gentlemen will assist:— Meadames Strain and Christie, Misses Grace Mayhew (recitation), Crawford, Drake, and Hopcraft, Messrs K. Towsey, Robinson, B. Smith, and Drake. Accompanists Miss Wright, Mr E. Towsey. Admission: Chairs, Is; Body of Hall, 6d ; Children, half-price. GOVERNMENT NOTZOES. v. R. NEW ZEALAND GOVERNMENT RAILWAYS. SUPPLY AND DELIVERY OF STORES. Head Office, Wellington, 29th October, 1897. SEPARATE WKITIKN TENDERS will be received at this office up to noon of MONDAY, the 29th November, 1897, for the SUPPLY and DELIVERY of the under-mentioned STORES, from the Ist day of Jannary, 1898, to the 3lst day of March, 1900, at Auckland, Wellington, Addington, and Hillside;— GENERAL IRONMONGERY, FURNISHING IRONMONGERY, CEMENT AND LIME, LEATHER, Etc., BRUSH WARE, SHIP CHANDLERY, OILS, COLORS, Etc., IRON AND STEEL, DRAIN PIPES, Etc. Specifications and forms of tender may be obtained at the Railway Stores Offices, Newmarket, Addington, Hillside, and the Stores Manager’s Office, Wellington, at which places statements showing the local consumption of articles chiefly in demand will be on view. Tenders to be addressed to the General Manager, New Zealand Railways, Wellington, and to be marked outside “Tender for STORES.” Telegraphic tenders will not be received, and the lowest or any tender will not necessarily be accepted. The accepted tender rates will be published in the ‘ New Zealand Gazette.’ By order. T. EONAYNE, General Manager, N.Z. Railways. V, B. CROWN LANDS SALE. ARDGOWAN AND MAERBWHENUA ESTATES. ■VTOTICB IS HEREBY GIVEN that ±1 the following ALLOTMENTS on the ARDGOWAN and MAERBWHENUA ESTATES will be open for selection on the LBASE-IN-PERPETUITY SYSTEM, under “The Land for Settlements Act,” on WEDNESDAY, the Bth day of December,; 1897: Allotments 86, Ardgowan Estate; area, 12 acres; half-yearly rental, £4 13a; valuation for improvements, £Bl3s. Allotments 4 and 6 (grouped), Maerewhenua Estate; area, 18 acres 28 poles; halfyearly rental, £3 11s lOd; valuation for improvements, £B2 Is. Applications must be accompanied with a deposit equal to the sum of the half-yearly rental and lease and registration fee (£1 la). Valuations for improvements must be paid immediately the result of the ballot is declared. Full information can be obtained at this office. J. P. MAITLAND, Commissioner of Crown Lands. Crown Lands Office, Dunedin, 25th October, 1897. v. r. CROWN LANDS OPEN FOR APPLICATION. SECTIONS of RURAL LANDS in the under-mentioned Districts will be Open for Selection at this Office either for Cash, Occupation with Right of Purchase, or Lease in Perpetuity, on WEDNESDAY, the Bth day of December, 1897, at prices varying from 5s to 55s per acre TUAPEKA WEST NASEBY KAWARAU ROCK AND PILLAR LOWER WANAKA TABRAS MANIOTOTO TAUTUKU UPPER WAKATIPU WOODLAND. Plana, areas, and prices are contained in posters shortly to be exhibited at tbs various Post Offices, Railway Stations, eta. Full information can be obtained at this office. , J. P. MAITLAND, Commissioner of Crown Lands. Crown Lands Office, vDnncdin, 26th October, 1897. NEW ZEALAND RAILWAYS. PRINCE OF WALES’S BIRTHDAY, : TUESDAY, 9th NOVEMBER, 1897. THE TRAIN leaving Dunedin for Oamaru at 7.40 a.m. will be accelerated, leaving Sawyers Bay at 8.5 a.m., Waitatl 9.0 a.m., Seacliff 9 30 a.m., Waikouaiti9 55 a.m., Palmerston 10.30 a m., aniving Oamaru 12.30 p.m. A Train will leave Dunedin for Palmerston at 9.5 a.m., leaving Waitatl 10 23 a.m., Seaoliff 110 a.m. ; returning from Palmerston 3.20 p.m., Waikouaiti 3.50 pm., Seaoliff 4 30 p.m., Waitati 4.55 p.m., arriving Dunedin 6.15 p.m. The 3.0 p.m. Train to Oamam will stop at any station where required north of Upper Port Chalmers to allow passengers to alight. A Train will leave Dunedin for Port Chalmers at 11.15 p.m . returning at 11.55 p.m. A Train will leave Waihola for Dunedin at 2.30 p.m., stopping where required to pick up and put down passengers.' The 3 30 p.m. Train to Mosgiel will NOT run. A Train will leave Dunedin for Mosgiel at 4.20 P m. The evening Train to Clinton will not leave Dunedin’ until 5.16 p.m., connecting with Ontram and Lawrence Branch Trains. The Trains usually leaving Dunedin for Bumside at 6.15 p.m. and Burnside for Dunedin at 7.10 p.m. will NOT run. The 10.20 p.m. to Mosgiel and 11.30 p.m. from Mosgiel will NOT run. A Train will leave Dunedin for Mosgiel at 11.20 p.m,, returning at 12.30 a.m. TAIERI RACES. EXCURSION TICKETS to Mosgiel Town will be issued by Trains leaving Dunedin at 915 а. 10.5a.ra., and 10.50 a.m. Fares; From Dunedin and' Caversham, 2s 6d and Is 8d ■ Abbotsford, Is 6d and Is. Trains will leave Mosgiel Township for Dunedin at 5.55 p.m б. p.m., and 6.55 p.m.; and Trains will leave Mosgiel Junction for Dunedin at 4.25 p-m., 510 p.m., 6.10 p.m., 6.45 p.m., andP7,lo p.m. The GOODS .SHEDS at Port Chalmers Dunedin WILL BE CLOSED onTUESt 9th November. ' On SATURDAY, 15th November, a SPECIAL TRAIN will leave Cbxiatyifuroh for Dunedin at 8.30. p.m. By Ordef,

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 5, Evening Star, Issue 10460, 2 November 1897

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 5 Evening Star, Issue 10460, 2 November 1897