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AMUSEMENTS. - p king E;;-s;s>s'""-r:-Br7ErA-'T'-E-*r LesECO - . ... ... THOS. P. HODSOS.. *S" ATTE NT I 0 N! TS» ■ •. SATURDAY, 20th NOVEMBER. y > .-.■.' .. "> , return, tf ter an absence ot 17 years, of the Most-travelled Entertainment in existence; • HUDSON'S SURPRISE PARTF, THE DONATOHS OF MIRTH AND MUSIC, . - Direct from India, China; and Japan. a^Jit^' imAh ,' T ~' l^ n }? 8^ hj ?a nnmutakeable air if brillianoy about tha truly novel perform.ance of this great combination that the reappearance befora the eritioAl nlav,™,. £ Tw.iin-«,m STAB ARTISTS . ~,«.™„ ""■'■ Will introduce r ".: iv '=:•- ■•-■•j- ■'•••".• A MONSTER PROGRAMME OF ART, MT7310, .SONG, AND BTQRYi POPULARPRIOES-38,2s,and-ls. BoxPlatfattheDresdennowopen. ''■-'■■■ Smiling begins at 8 pirn; ■'.?-■ .: "' "' : '" ''" ARTHUR J. RO3TD, Representative.

OfAGO ART SOCIETY. I iHE ANNUAL EXHIBITION of WORKS L by Members now OPEN DAILY in the Choral Hall, Moray p'ace, from 10 a.m. to 6.30 p.m., and from 7.30 tolOiathe evening. Admiseion.ls.V Catalogues, 6d. Tickets in the' Art Union, 2s 61 eaoh. Music every evening. JOHN H. SCOTT. Hon. Secretary. TO LET. JO LEI', a Ten-roomed House, Royal te:race; presently occupipcl by Mr W. C. MacGregor, solicitor. Apply Caostick, Rattray street. HpO LET, 5-roomed • Houb9 (verandah, bow S. window, scullery, washhouse), Kussell street. Mrs Robertson, premises TO LET, 3-roomed Cottage, Bay Vkw terrace, Maitland street south ; low rent. 'W\O LET, George street, new modern JL 7-roomel Houses; all conveniences. \Vm. King, George street north. TO LET, Furnished House, Qaeen street; every convenience ; rent low. Wilson Bros., grocers, King street. TO LET, 5-roomed House, Anderson's Bay. Apply AlleD, Begg, and Co., Manor place. O LET, 2-roomed House. Apply H. Rurasey, Cumberland street (opposite spital). TO LET, Furnished House (fcix rooms); 10 minutes Pest Office. Wm. Keid, Rattray 3et. ' f WIO LET, 5-roomed House, St. Ki'da ; low .JL rent; good situation. Wm. Reid, Rattray street. TO LET, '• Manola," Cargill street. 7 rooms ; bath, washhouse, gas.. A. Clulee, Benevolent Office, Moray place. TO LET (Heriot row), Six-roomed House and bathroom. Burton and Patterson, 107 Princes street. rjno LET, Shop and Dwelling, opposite i Albiny street Post Office; suitable for grocery business. -Apply Commercial Property and Finance Company, Limited, Moray place. HpO LET, Four-roomed Cottage, with or J. without stable. Apply Scotia Hotel. HO LET, five minutes from Post Office, new L 7-roomcd House ; also, 12-roomed. H. F. irdy.. TO LET, Mrs Cossens'a lovely Villa, in Macandrew road; 7 rooms ; bath, hot and cold water; land. John Reid and Sons. rglO LET, 7-roomcd House, Cargill street; f. washhouse, copper. A. Clulee, Benevolent Office, Moray place. \0 LET, 5-roomed House (new), Walker street; every convenience. Apply F. Meenan, Cumberland street. ?y\o LET (London street), 7-roomed House ; JL bath, etc ; 15s. John Reid and Sonß. BOARD AND EFSIIENCE. COKER'S FAMILY HOTEL OHRISTOHURCH. Within Ono Minute of the Railway Station. JAMES HATFIELD, Peofbietor. Telephone 231. P.O. Box 291. LYNDHURST House, Moray place.—Firstclass Board and Residence; central, moderate. Mrs Collins (late Waikaia), proprietress. IGGETS, Port M-dyneux.—Seaside Ao- .. commodation at Mrs Campbell's; bathing, shooting, etc. Trap meets passengers Romabapa Station. AOANOV for Two or Three Boarders, , Hops Btreet. Address "E.H.," Star Office. A COMFORTABLE Home, suit Elderly Gentleman; moderate;'no others kept. Address "a.8.C," Post Office. ANTED, by Gentleman, Board and W Lodging (Monday tea to Saturday luuoh): terms. "R. 0.," Star Office. ralwu young Men can have comfortable JL Home, with or without board. Apply Oaten, grocer, King strcos north. ELECTION NOTICES. MAYORAL ELECTION. COUNCILLOR JAMES GORE WILL ADDRESS THE RATEPAYERS IN OLD KNOX CHURCH (Great King street), Concerning (1) Municipal, Gas, and Water Departments, (2) City Finance, (3) Tramways, (4) Free Library and other questions affecting the citizens, o.v WEDNESDAY EVENING, THE 17th, At 8 o'clock. OILY MAYORALTY. riOUNCILLOR HARDY will Address the Ratepayers in-the Ciiy Hall en TUESDAY, November 16th, at 8 p m. G. P. Faequhab, Esq., in the chair. CITY MAYORALTY. l MEETING of Mr E. B CARGILL'S Committee will be held in tho Rooms, 23 George street (opposite Otago Bible and Traot Depot), on WEDNESDAY EVENING, 17th inst., at 8 o'clock. E. A. COGAN )„ o * • J. M. SANDKMAN J Hon - Secrctaneß- - VALLEY MAYORALTY. " SHALL BE PLEASED TO MEET AND ■ ADDRESS the RATEPAYERS on Municipal Matters in the Pub*io Hall, N.E. Valley, on THURSDAY EVENING, at eight o'olock. JOSEPH E. WHITE. SPORTING. DUNEDIN JOCKEY CLUB. 'RING RACES, ~ FORBURY PARK, WEDNESDAY, FRIDAY, and SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 24tb, 26th, 27th. First Race starts each day at 12.45. Admission : Grand Stand, 10s; Public Stand, Is; Grounds, Is. Grand Stand Tickets obtainable at Jacoba's or Mendelsohn's. Ladies' Tickets may be purchased by Members at Club's Office at 53 each. Entrance by Main Gate only. Trams, Cabs, and Drags from Manse street corner every few minutes. SYDNEY JAMES, Secretary. DUNEDIN SPRING MEETING. * PPLICATIONS. in writing only, for u GATEMEN for above Meeting will be received until 4 p.m. on THURSDA.Y, 18th. SYDNEY JAMES, ■ .Secretary. SDPOATIONAk "RS STRONACH, Teacher of Flower . Painting. Apply, for particulars, R. y ante, George street,

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 5, Issue 10472, 16 November 1897

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 5 Issue 10472, 16 November 1897

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