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AMUSEMENTS. PRINCESS’S T H E A T R F. TO-NIQHT (MONDAY), TUESDAY, AND WEDNESDAY. ENTIRES CHANGE OF PROGRAMME TO-NIGHT. POSITIVELY LAST THREE NIGHTS. •; Mr WYfiBRT REEVE’S ■ M tAt Oiiginali and Enormouslj Successful CIN EM ATOOR A PHE LUMIE RE. toys ’’—Australian Press 16 fln6Bt oineD ' lto 8 ra P fce B een invAustralia. Other instruments are mere I! An admirably-assorted collection. Produced with remarkable fidelitv.”—Otaeo ‘ Times ’ ij '* { .* r aa Perior to any other that has been shown to a New Zealand audience The pictures are incomparably superior to any others we have seen.”— Evesi\g Stab. t - .. „ '- A Magnificent PROGRAMME will be shown F.AGK V.Vh>l|no ... Including PICTURES JUSI'ARRIVED from PARIS, and now shown for the FIRST TIME Box plan at Dresden. Day tickets at Jacobs’s. Pianiste, MjsE. F. riallaugher.

Q';l T Y H A LL. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 9. GREAT ATTRACTION ’ POB THE PRINCE OF WALES’S BIRTHDAY. THE ALBERT LUCAS COMP AN 7 . In Tom 'Tatiob’s Great Moral Drama, THE TIOKET-OF-LBAVE MAN. Bob Bbibbi.t (as played by him throughout England, Ireland, Scotland, Africa, Australia, and New Zealand), Mr Albert Ldoas. Characters by the Company. 1 POPULAR PRICES: Dress Circle, Is 6d: | ■ - Stalls, Is; Pit, 6d. WANTED, Ladies and Gentlemen Auxiliaries, Apply City Hall, 11 a.m, Monday and Tuesday. ELECTION NOTICES. DIOCESE OF DUNEDIN. ALL SAINTS’PARISH. ■VTOTICK IS HEREBY GIVEN that an XT ELECTION for TWO SYNODSMEN forthe above Parish will be held in All Saints’ Schoolroom on MONDAY, 29th November, _ Nominations will be received by the undersigned, at his proper place of residence, Clyde street, Dunedin, up to 4 o’clock p.m. on FRIDAY; 19lh November. D. HARRIS HASTINGS, _ Returning Officer. Dunedin, November Sth, 1897. MEETINGS. OTAGO INSTITUTE. fJTHB MONTHLY MEETING of the Otago Institute is POSTPONED until further notice. A. HAMILTON, " Actirg-Secretary. TO LET. TO LET, 5-roomed Dwelling over shop, King street; rent, 10s per week. Arthur A. Adams, mO LET, at Halfway Bush, 12 Acres Land, 8. 4 roomed House, garden ; stream running through. Mrs A. Macdonald, Ann street, Rodya. TO LET, 5-roomed Plastered Cottage, Apply Mr Austin. Grant street High street). TO LET, 9-roomed House, George street north ; low rent. Fred Smith, Dunedin Savings Bank. TO LET, 9-roomed House, Russell street; first-class order. Fred Smith, Dunedin Savings Bank. TO LET, Dwelling-house of 8 rooms (bathroom, vinery, etc.), Slander’s road, Northeast Valley (near Gardens). Apply Commercial Property and Finance Company', Mot ay l lace. fTpO LE r, 4-roomed Oouage; washhouse and A copper. Mrs White, Clerk street, Northeast Valley. TO LET, Heriot row, Six-roomed House and bathroom. Burton and Patterson, 107 Princes street. TO LET, Mrs Cossens’s lovely Villa, in Maoandrew road; 7 rooms ; bath, hot and cold water ; i-aoro land. John Reid and Sons. TO LET, 7-roomcd House, Cargill street; washhouse, copper. A. Olulee, Benevolent Office, Moray place, TO LET, 5-roomed House (new), Walker street; every convenience. ' Apply F. Meenan, Cumberland street. TO LET (London street), 7-roomed House; bath, etc.; 15s. John Reid and Sons. TO LET, BUILDING LEASE, Two Quarter acre Sections (separate), Lees street. FRED SMITH. Church Factor, Dunedin Savings Bank. SHIPPING. EXCURSION TO MAORI KAIK AND OUTSIDE HEADS (Weather permitting). SS. INVERCARGILL. • from Rattray street Wharf, on TUESDAY, 9th 'November, at 10 a.m. Fare (Return) ... 2s 6d. KEITH RAMSAY. Agent. S.S. ONSLOW. ~~ PRINCE OF WALES’S BIRTHDAY. THE above boat will leave Jetty street Wharf for Macandrow’s Bay, Broad Bay, and Portobello at 10 a.m. and 2 30 p.m., returning at 5 p.m. Fares ... Is each way. CHRISTCHURCH CARNIVAL WEEK. SHOW AND RACES. CHEAP EXCURSION TICKETS TO LYTTELTON. Per WAIKARE, from Dunedin Wharf, oa THURSDAY, 11th November. Available for Return from Lyttelton I y Te Anau, Wednesday, 10th; Wakatipu, Friday, 12th ; Mararoa, Saturday, 13th; Rotorua, Wednesday, 17th; Monowai, Friday, 19th; or Anglian, Saturday, 20th November. SALOON (Return Fare) ... ... 25S HUDDART, PARKER PROPRIETARY CO., LIMITED (NEILL AND CO., LIMITED. Agents) UNION STEAM SHIP COMPANY OF NEW ZEALAND, LIMITED PUBLIC NOTICES. TO-NIGHT. —Fyfe and Cuming’s Clothing and Drapery Stores will be Open. ImI mense special holiday attractions. TIGER Teas.—We cannot make yon good, but we can make you feel good. Drink Tiger Teas. : ■ TT • OASBY’S ’** Wahoo ” strengthens.stomach, - JLi simulates liver and kidneys, and invigorates whole system ; 2s 6d. All chemists and Grocers. ff - OOK I—Grocers are noW keeping Speight s 9 I Bottled Ale and Stout. TIGER TEAS.— To make your little entertainment a success you must provide Tiger Teas. 8800 Copies Daily is the Circulation of the Evening Stab. .SPECIAL BANK HOLIDAY. PURSUANT to the terms of “The Banks and Bankers Act Amendment Act, 1882,” FRIDAY, the 12th day of November instant,is hereby appointed a Special Bank Holiday at the Ophir and St. Bathans Offices of the Bank of New South Wales, and at the Alexandra, Ophir, and St. Bathans Offices of the Bank of New Zealand. BANK OF NEW SOUTH WALES. W. G. RHIND, i , Inspector. BANK OF NEW ZEALAND. C. G. TEGETMEIER, General Manager. SPECIAL BANK HOLIDAY. T>URSUANT to the terms of “The Banks ■ , and Bankers Act Amendment Act, 1882,” -TUESDAY, the Ifath day of November instant, is hereby appointed a Special Bank Holiday at the Ontram .Offices of the under-mentioned Banka;— ~ . NATIONAL BANK OF NEW ZEALAND, LIMITED. JAMES COATES, General Manager. BANK OP NEW ZEALAND. O. G. TEGBTMEIER. General Manager. ■* 'A ,-■/

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3, Issue 10465, 8 November 1897

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 Issue 10465, 8 November 1897

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