AMUSEMENTS. KINOESS'S THEATRE GRAND OPENING PERFORMANCE, ! . SATURDAY, 20th NOVEMBER, HUDSON'S SURPRISE PARTY. ... 'Watch this space for future announcements. ARTHUR J. ROYD, Representative. ALE 01 WORK AND K> ENTERTAINMENT. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 18th. 'A MIDSUMMER NIGHTS DREAM,' Performed by Pupils of S. Hilda'B. VOOAL SELECTIONS. TABLEAUX VIVANTS. At S. MATTHEWS SCHOOLROOM. Entrance to Sale (2.30 to 5 p.m.), FREE. Entrance to Sale and Entertainment (7.30), la and 6d. Part proceeds for S. Matthew's Day School. ST. PAUL'S SCHOOLROOM. I ALE OF WORK AND CHRISTMAS ) TREE, In aid of Melauesiaa Mission. TUESDAY, NbVEMBER 16th, 1897. Admission, Sixpence. AO.F. COURT PRIDE OF THE • FOREST will hold their 4th Anniversary (Pound Night) on WEDNESDAY, November 17th, Oddfellows' Hall, Stuart street, when every member is requested to be present. A suitable Programme will be provided on that occasion. JOHN CLARK, President. OPAGO ART SOCIETY. HE ANNUAL EXHIBITION of WORKS by Members now OPEN DAILY in the Choral Hall, Moray place, from 10 a.m. to 6,30 p.m., and from 7.30 to 10 in the evening. Admission, la. Catalogues, 6d. Tickets in the Art Union, 2s 6d each. Blusic every evening. __ JOHN H. SCOTT, Hon. Seoretary. SHIPPING. NION STEAM SHIP COMPANY OP NEW ZEALAND, LIMITED. Steamers will be despatched as under : LYTTELTON and WELLINGTON (Booking Passengers to all West Coast porta)— Mararoa I 2598 I Tuesday, Nov. 16 I &30 train Talune 2078 Thur., Nov. 18 2.30 train NAPIER, GISBORNE. «Lnd AUCKLANDMararoa | 2598 I Tuesday, Nov. 16 12.30 train %°? J2£ S r J da y- Nov -» 2Dunedin Te Ana H.~J 1652 I F «day. Nov. 26 3 Dunedin SYDNEY via WELLINGTONTalune 1 2078 I Thur., Nov. 18 I 2.30 train Tarawera . | 2003 | Thur.. Nov. 25 3 Dunedin Mararoa 125981 Tuesday.Nov. 16 12.30 train Waihora 2003 Wed. Dec. 1 238 traiE MELBOURNE via BLUFF and HOBARTWakatipu 119451 Monday, Nov. 1515.30 D'd n 3m Monday, Nov. 22 2Dunedin WESTPORT via TIMARU. LYTTELTON. AK4ROA, WELLINGTON, PIOTON.and NELSON— Corinna 11279 I Friday, Nov. 19 15 Dunedin ?£ un x? r ™ ' 510 J N^- 23 15 Dunedin * Via New Plymouth and Greymouth (tranships at * Wellington for Picton, Nelson). GREYMOUTH via OAMARU, TIMARU. LYTTELTON, WELLINGTON, and NEW PLYMOUTH— Herald | 573 | Wed., Nov. 17 I sDunedin SOUTH SEA ISLANDS EXCURSIONS For TONGA, SAMOA, FIJI, and SYDNEY (From Auckland)— 2 vala . u .~. 11229 | Wednesday, November 17 For SUVA and LEVUKA (from Auckland) - Hauroto 11988 I Wednesday, December i For TAHITI and RARATONGA (From Auckland)— Vpo h „„„ I nil I Wednesday, November 24 CARGO RECEIVED AT DUNEDIN- ,. For?.s. Till Day. Wharf. Wakatipu 3 p.m. Monday Tongue Mararoa 4 p.m. Monday Tongue ™. i. ?, p : m '. "Wednesday Jettystreet Timrat.fi atrailaklA In* TT..JJ._* n.'i . Oo.'s Steamers ANGLIAN and WESTRALIA. S.S. ONSLOW ILL BE LAID UP FOR ANNUAL OVERHAUL Until Further Notice. SPORTING. SOCIETY OF OTAGO. ANNUAL GATHERING, JANUARY 1 and 3, 1898. SOCIETY'S GROUNDS, KENSINGTON. £4OO GIVEN IN PRIZES. ADMISSION: Grand Stand, 2s; Grounds, Is. RUNNING, WALKING... BAGPIPE MUSIC WRESTLING CYCLING DANCING , HAMMER, CABER, BALL VAULTING QUOITING .£125 0 0 . 36 0 0 . 84 0 0 . 75 0 0 50 0 0 .14 0 0 . 13 0 0 7 0 0 For details see programmes, which will be forwarded on application to the Secretary. Entries for Running and Walking CLOSE at the Society's Office, 27 Manse street, at 5 p m on SATURDAY, 18th December; Cyoling at 5 p.m. on FRIDAY, 24th December. Entries for all other events will CLOSE on THURSDAY, 30th December, at 8 p.m. Entry money for the Caledonian and Dunedin Handicaps. 2sJ>d for each distance; all other events, 2s 6d. Youths' Running and Walking, Is. Programmes can bo obtained from tbe Directors or at the Society's Office, 27 Manse street. In addition to the splendid programme of sports, sideshows of every description will be on the ground. All Entries must be paid on or before 30th DECEMBER. WM. REID, Secretary. (TkTAGO ANNUAL REGATTA, 1697. PRELIMINARY ANNOUNCEMENT. 1. Champion Yacht Rack. Distance, 15 miles. 2. Obuiser Handicap Yacht Race, open to first and second class yachts. Distance, 7A miles. 3. Handicap Yacht Rack, for third class and under. Distance, 7i miles. 4. Open Boat Sailing Race, not exceeding 20ft. Distance, 5 miles. 5. Open Boat Sailing Race, not exceeding 16ft (handicap). Distance, 5 miles. 6. Ai.l-comers' Open Boat Sailing Race. Distance. 5 miles. 7. Maiden Four-oared Gig Race. Distance, 2 miles. 8. Maiden Double Scullebs' Race. Distance, 2 miles. 9. Junior Four-oabed Gig Race. Distance, 2 miles. 10. Junior Pair-oared Gig Bace. Distance, 2 miles. 11. Senior Four-oared Gig Race. Distance, 2 miles. 12. Senior Pair-oaeed Gig Race. Distance, 2 miles. 13. Senior Double Scullers' Race. Distance, 2 miles. 14. Ships' Four-oabed Gig Race, for ships' crews only. Distance, 2 miles. 15. Eight-oabed Gig Race. 16. Procession of Boats, with prize for most unique dressed crew and boat. 17. Tug-of-War, in ships' four-oared gigs. 18. Grand Submarine Explosion. Details of above in future announcements. GEO. HENDRY, Hon. Secretary. DUNEDIN JOCKEY CLUB. 'PRING RACES, FORBURY PARK, WEDNESDAY, FRDDAY, AND SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 24tb, 26th, 27th. SYDNEY JAMES, Secretary.
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