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AMUSEMENTS. PRINCESS'S TYEATE E LAST NIGHT. LAST NIGHT. ■■-■r. :•: ..ENTIRE CHANGE OF PROGRAMME. GRAND ATTRACTION. Mr WYBERT REEVE'S r- t -r -»,. Magnificent, Original, and Enormously Successful : CINEMATOGRAPHE LUMIERE. toyi'-AMSSSSS^f 8 fin6St Cinemstograpb ? Been in Australia. Other instruments are mere \\ An admirably-assorted collection. Produced with remarkable fidelity."-Otasro ' Times' it u far superior to any other that has been shown * n n. *i cm .„j:™.» t0... pictures are incomparably superior to t„„i™V B ,™, M „ PROGRAMMK a Great Success" ""' Including PICTURES JUST ARRIVED from PARIS, and now shown for the FIRST TIME. _ Box Plan at Dresden. Pay Tickets at Jacobs'e. Pianiste, Mrs E. F. Gallaugher.

SUCCESS. SUCOES3. TO-NIGHT, TO-NIGHT, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 10. THE ALBERT LUCAS COMPANY IN THE TIOKET-OF-LEAVE MAN. THE SUCCESS OF~ THE SEASON. POSITIVELY THE LAST NIGHT OF THE TrOKET-OF-LEAVE MAN. Received with Applause,' Acclamations, and Enthusiasm. POPULAR PRICES: Dress Circle, Is 6d; Stalls, Is; Pit, 6d. Kuxn.- kbjjeKAH LODGE, 1.0.0. F., invito Members of Linda Kebekah and subordinate Lodges to Concert and Dance, to beheld in Albany street Hall, THURSDAY, 11th November, at 8 p.m. PUBLIe KOTIOEE. THURSDAY, at Fyfe and Cuming's.—Just opened, a shipment Jumbo Sailor Hats. All the rage. T>E on your guard against imitations and J_> substitutes" for Hondai-Lanka Teas. The genuine from Woodside's, Mornington. LOASBY'S " Wahoo " positively cures where other remedies only relieve; purely herbal; always effectual; 2s 6d. Chemists, Grocers. HASLEMKRE Tea, the finest quality Ceylon Tea imported into the Colony: try it. D. G. Shepherd. OOD Evening ! Have you used "Gcod Luck " Tea ?—good value tea. Struthers and Scott. CALVDON'IAN SOCIETY OF OTAGO.— Tenders are invited until noon on MONDAY. 15th inst., for ASPHALTING, Etc, on new track. Specification with N. M. KI >KOALDY, Engineer, Vogel street. N Week Davs Drink OUVAH TEA. On Sundays Drink OUVAH TEA. On Holidays Drink OUVAH TEA. On Paints' Days Drink OUVAH TEA. On Feast Da}s Driuk OUVAn TEA. On Fast Days Drink OUVAH TKA. On Anniversarv Days Drink OUVAH TEA. On " At Home " Days Drink OUVAH TEA. On Visiting Days Drink OUVAH TEA. On Washing Days Drink OUVAH TEA. On Fine Days Drink OU VAH TEA. On Wet Days Drink OUVAH TEA. On Dry Davs Drink OUVAH TEA. Every Day Drink OUVAH TEA. HIS EXCELLENCY THE EARL OF RANFURLY, K.C.M.G., GOVERNOR OF NEW ZEALAND. THE UNDERSIGNED are prepared to receive Offers, on behalf of His Excellency, TO LEASE (for term), as a Sumnv r Resort, a SUITABLE RESIDENCE (famished or unfurnished), with Stable and Coachhouse. Must be a bracing, healthy locality, within telegraphio communication of Dunedin. Particulars to HELMORE AND BROWN, Agent*, 95 Princes atreet. Telephone 673. THE PERPETUAL TRUSTEES, ESTATE, AND AGENCY COMPANY OF NEW ZEALAND, LIMITED. THE DIREOTORS have declared an INTERIM DIVIDEND at the rate of 12J per cent, per annum for the HALF-YEAR ended 31st October, 1897, PAYABLE at the COMPANY'S OFFICE on MONDAY, 15th Inst. WALTER HISLOP, Manager. IMPOUNDED at Outram, from Mosgiel. by Ranger Swallow, 3 CALVES, ONE BULL, and 2 HEIFERS. Bull—Brown, white patch on belly ; one Black Heifer, with white patch on belly and one hind foot white, light brown nose; one Brown-and-white Heifer, with lack bit out of ear; no other visible brands or marks. Al=o, by Constable Carmody, ONE SPRINGCART CHESTNUT MARE ; white stripe down forehead. ONE BLACK HACK MARE; near hind foot white ; white star on forehead. ONE BLACK PONY GELDING, with white patch on near hind foot, light brown ears, saddle scar on back. If Not Claimed find Expenses paid on or before the 25th INST., WILL BE SOLD at 12 o'clock noon. D. ESPLIN, Foundkeeper. CARTER, ♦5 Geobge street. Just Landed, splendid assortment of CROCKERY AND HARDWARE, Dinner and Tea Sets, Toilet Sets, Bedroom Ware, etc., etc. We wish to call special attention to our BROWN TEAPOTS, As they are a very fine lot, and are going CARTER, 45 George street. TO LET. TO LET, 5-roomeJ House, Frederick street. Apply Mrs M'Laren, cornor of Castle and Frederick streets. O LET, Four-roomed Cottage, with or L without stable. Apply Scotia Hotel. 0 LET, five minutes from Post Office, new L House; also, 12-roomed. H. F. »■ vj LET, 9-rooroed House, Georgo street I_ north ; low rent. Fred Smith, Dunedin Savings Bank. ralO LET, 9-roomed House, Russell street; JL first-class order. Fred Smith, Dunedin Savings Bank. JO LET, Dwelling-house of 8 rooms (bath- J _ room, vinery, etc.), Mander's road, Northeast Valley (near Gardens). Apply Commercial Property and Finance Company, Moray ! place. HO LET, 4-roomed Cottage; washhouse and A copper. Mrs White, Clerk street, Northeast Valley. rTIO LET, Mrs Cossens's lovely Villa, in MacJL andrew road ; 7 rooms ; bath, hot and cold water; £-acre land. John Reid and Sons. TO LET, 7-roomcd House, Cargill street; washhouse, copper. A. Clulee, BenevolentOffioe, 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. O LET, BUILDING LEASE, Two Quarter. acre Sections (separate), Lees street. FRED SMITH, Church Factor, Dunedin Savings Bank. i GOVERNMENT NOTICES. i EXAMINATION FOR MINE MANAGERS' AND BATTERY SUPERINTENDENTS' CERTIFICATES. , Mines Department, I Wellington, 3rd November, 1897. AN EXAMINATION of Candidates for Certificates as First and Second Class Mine Managers and Battery Superintendents under "The Mining Act, 1891," and Amendment. Act, 1894, and First and Second Class Mine Managers under "The Coal Mines Act, 1891," will be held on TUESDAY, the 25th January, 1898, and three following days, at places to be hereafter named. All application, with necessary certificates, and fee of £l, must be addressed to "The Secretary of the Board of Examiners under the Mining Act or Coal Mines Act, Wellington," and must be received before the 4th January, or they will not be dealt with until the following examination, T. H. HAMER, Secretary to the Board of Examiners.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3, Evening Star, Issue 10467, 10 November 1897

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 Evening Star, Issue 10467, 10 November 1897