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AMUSEMENTS. KIN CESS'S THE AT BE SIX NIGHTS ONLY, Commencing THIS EVENING (THURSDAY), NOVEMBER 4, 1897. The Marvel of the Age and Mirror of the World. LUMIEBE'S MAGNIFICENT and ORIGINAL CINEMATOGRAPHE. MR WYBERT REEVE "Will Exhibit a Series of 3S LIVING PICTURES, 35 Including Scenes fiom alt Parts" of the World. THE QUEEN AND THE JDBILEE PROCESSION. Royal Pageants. Military Pageants. Street Life in.Various Citie3. Comic Pictures. THE LAST MELBOURNE COP CARNIVAL. MR WYBERT REEVE Will Lectme each evening and will also give ILLUSTRATIVE RECITATIONS, With Musical Accompaniments by MISS HOPE NATION, The Favorite Contralto, who will also Sing Appropriate Ballads. Important Notice.—Lumiere's Wonderful and Superb Instrument is a Grand fcuccess everywhere, and continues the attraction at the Empire, London ; The Eden and Folies Bergisres, Paris ; and at the chief Continental and American Theatres, besides having drawn crowded houses in Sydney, Melbourne, and Adelaide. Mr Beeve wishes it to be distinctly understood that this Cinematographe is the original and brought direcs from" Lumi&re's factory, Lyons, to Australia, and refers to the following opinions of the Australian Press : "One of the finest and most unique entertainments seen for years." "Mr Wyberfc Reeve possesses the finest Cinematographe and most magnificent series of pictures seen in Australia." "Marvellous it is called, and marvellous it certainly is." "All other Cincmat-graphes are feeble and mere toys in comparison." PRICES: 3j, 2s, and ONE SHILLING. Bos Plan at the Dresden Piano Warehouse. Day sales at Jacob3's, tobacconist. Doors open 7.30 ; overture 8 o'clock. Musical Selections ... Mrs E. F. Gallaugher. Business Manager, E. F. GALLAUGHER. ORNINGTON PRESBYTERIAN L CHURCH. TO-MORROW (FRIDAY), at 8 p.m. SACRED RECITAL. Solos by Misses Allen and M. Decs, Mcssrß Bligh, Ga'laway, Mearns, Napier, and Fergusson, assisted by the Choir. Offertory in aid of Sunday School Funds. jIORESTERS* HALL, v Poet Chalmers. GRAND CONCERT in Aid of the Funds tf St. Mary's (R.C.) Church, Port Chalmers, iu which Local Artists and Leading Dunedin Talent will take part, will be given TOMORROW EVENING, November sth. Doors open at 7.30 ; Concert commences at 8. Prices: 3s, 2s, and Is. OTAGO ART SOCIETY. |HE ANNUAL EXHIBITION of WORKS by Members will be OPENED in tie Choral Hall, Moray place, on FRIDAY, the sth inst., at 8 p.m. Admission, Is. Catalogues, 6d. Tickets in tho Art Union, 2s 6d each. JOHN H. SCOTT, Hon. Secretary. LECTURES. "ORTH-EAST VALLEY PUBLIC HALL. FRIDAY, NOVESIBER 5, 1897. CHEMISTRY LECTURE by Mr GOODLET (Numerous Kxperiments), In Aid of North-east Valley School Gymnasium Fund. Admission ... Sixpence. Doors open 7.30 p.m. ; Lecture, 8 p.m. SHIPPING. THE NEW ZEALAND SHIPPING COMPANY' 3 LINE. R.M.S. RIMUTAKA, FROBI LONDON. T>ASSENGERS and ex above Steamer will be transhipped per Union Company's a s. TARAWEBA, to leave WELLINGTON TO-DAY. THE NEW ZEALAND SHIPPING COMPANY, LIMITED. CHRISTCHURCH CARNIVAL WEEK. SHOW AND RACES. IHEAP EXCURSION TICKETS TO J LYTTELTON. Per WESTRALIA. from Dunedin Wharf, on MONDAY, Bth November, And WAIKARE, WEDNESDAY, 10th November. Available for Return from Lyttelton by To Anau, Wednesday, 10th; Wakatipu, Friday, 12th j Mararea, Saturday, 13lh; Rotorua, Wednesday, 17th; Monowai, Friday, 19 th; or Anglian, Saturday, 20th November. SALOON (Return Fare") 25s HUDDART, PARKER PROPRIETARY - -~... CO., LIMITED (NEIIL AND CO., LIMITED, Agents) UNION STEAM SHIP COMPANY OF NEW ZEALAND, LIMITED. SBUOATIONAI.. OTAGO EDUCATION BOARD. SENIOR AND JUNIOR SCHOLARSHIPS. IHK Education Board haß decided to offer . for competition this year Twenty Scholarships—lo Senior and 10 Junior. The EXAMINATIONS in connection therewith w,ill be held on TUESDAY, 21st. WEDNESDAY, 22nd, and THURSDAY, 23rd December, commencing each d»y at 9 o'clock a.m. The Examinations will be held at the following centres:—Dunedin (Normal School), Oamaru (Middle School), Palmerston, Milton, Balclutba, and Lawrence. The Names of intending Candidates, together with Certificates of their Ages, must be lodged with me on or before SATURDAY, 4th December. The optional subjects chosen, by Candidates for Senior Scholarships must be specified. PUPIL-TEACHER VACANCIES. EXAMINATION OF CANDIDATES. The Examination of Candidates for Employmsnt as Pupil Teachers will be hold at Dunedin, Oamaru. Palmerston, Milton, Balolutha, and Lawrence on TUESDAY, 21st December, and following days, concurrently with the Senior Scholarship Examination.' 'Every Candidate must pend mc, on or before SATURDAY, 4th December, notioe of his intention to sit fcbo Examination, accompanied by a list of the Vacancies for which he is a Candidate. Ho mu3t also send me a Certificate from the Head Teacher of the School he attends to the effect that he is of good character, and possesses the necessary qualifications to become an efficient Pupil Teacher, 'The Vacancies are in the following Schools: —Union street, High street, Albany street. North-east Valley, Caversham, Forbury, Kensington, Bavensbonrne, Kaikorai, Port Chalmers, Mosgiel, Tokomairiro, Kaitangata, Lawrence, and Oamaru South. Forms of Application may be obtained at these Schools or at this Office. P. G. PRYDE, Secretary. Education Office, Dunedin, 3rd November, 1897. DUNEDIN SCHOOL OF ART AND DESIGN. XHIBITION of DRAWINGS, etc., from Hi London Science and Art Department, OPEN DAILY from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. and from 2 p.m. to 4 p m.; Evenings, 7 to 9;. Saturday, 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Admission Free. P. G.PRYDE, Secretary. arrangement. Address: Howe street Hall. ELECTION NOTICES. BOROUGH OF NORTH-EAST VALLEY. ANNUAL ELECTION OF MAYOR. ITOMIrTATIONS CLOSE at NOON on .V THURSDAY, 11th November. . 1897. :. (For Statutory Notice see 'Otago Daily Times,' 1 November 4th.) '* THEODORE ARNOLD, Returning Officer. -. October 4th, 1897. ' .

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4, Issue 10462, 4 November 1897

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 Issue 10462, 4 November 1897

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