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AMUSEMENTS. R INOES S'S THEATRE. Lessee ... Mr Thos. P. Hudson. ATTENTION: THE DATE-SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 20. THE GREAT AMUSEMENT EVENT (Direct irom India, China, and Japan). Koturn, after an absence of 17 years, of the Most Travelled Entertainment In existence, " ." The Renowned and Only | HUDSON'S SURPRISE PARTY I The Donatora of Mirth and Music, and Originators of Anglo-American Minstrelsy in _ ■ Australasia. " Imitators we have had—Rivals, nary one." 18 STAR ARTISTS 18 A Combination of Beautiful Ladies, Mvrry Men, Musical Mummers, Jovial Jokers, Demon Dancers, Laughter Manufacturers, Etc., etc. And Don't You Forget It on SATURDAY NEXT, NOVEMBER 20. This Unique Organisation will introduce to the Public of Dunedin the Merriest and Most Exhilarating Performance of Unpremeditated Humor and Harmony The Residents of New Zealand have enjoyed for years. Patronised by their Royal Highnesses the Duke . and Duchess of Connaught (two occasions— India and Japan), and the Elite and Populace in all parts of . the World. PRICES—3s, 2s, and ONE SHILLING. Box Plan at the Dresden Music Warehouse. Doors open 7.15. Smiling begins at 8 p.m. Carriages 10.15. ARTHUR J. ROYD, Representative. CHURCH SERVICES. HALL. TO-NIGHT. Mr WILLIAM M'LEAN, Evangelist, will (d v.) DELIVER ADDRESSES in above Hall WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY, and FRIDAY EVENINGS, at 7 30. All Cordially Invited. "Sackey's Hymna. BOARD AND RESIDENCE. IOKER'S FAMILY HOTEL OHRISTOHURCH. Within One Minute of the Railway Station. JAMES HATFIELD, Proprietor. Telephone 231. P.O. Box 291. " YNDHURST House, Moray place.—FirstJ class Board and Residence; central, moderate. Mrs Collins (late Waikaia), proprietress. NUGGETS. Port Molyneux.—Seaside Accommodation at Mrs Campbell's ; bathing, shooting, etc. Trap meets passengers Romahapa Station. ACANOY for Two or Three Boarders, , Hope street. Address "E.H.," Star Office. ANTED, by Gentleman, Board and . . Lodging (Monday tea to Saturday lunch); terms. "K. 0.," Star Office. ELECTION NOTICES. CITY MAYORALTY. i MEETING of Mr E. B. CARGILL'S . Committee will be held in the Rooms, 23 George street (opposite Otago Bible and Tract Depot), THIS (Wednesday) EVENING, 17th inst., at 8 o'clock. E. A. COGAN ) CT „ J. M. SANDEMAN/ Hon - Secretanes. LOST AWi) FOUNT). LOST, Lady's Umbrella, botweeo Cargill road and Manse street. Finder please return Mr Jacobs, tobacconist. LOST, Frederick street, Spaniel Pup; reward. Logan, cue of J. Edmond. POUND, Splendid Glass of Beer at Tattersail's Hotel (late Red Lion), Stafford street. Fred Carter, proprietor. SPORTING. DUNEDIN SPRING MEETING. » PPLIOATIONS, in writing only, for GATEMEN for above Meeting will be received until 4 p.m. on THURSDA.Y, 18th. SYDNEY JAMES, Secretary. MEETINGS. OTAGO ROYAL ARCH CHAPTER, No. 7. mHE MEETING CALLED FOR TONIGHT at the Masonic Hall, South Dunedin, is POSTPONED until WEDNESDAY, 24th inßt. J J. BARTON, Z. M.U.I O.O.F.—OTAGO DISTRICT. JHE Loyal Milton Lolge will be Opened at L Milton on FRIDAY Next, 19fch November, at 8 p.m. Brethren of Sister Lodges who can make it convenient to attend are requested to notify the undersigned. District Officers leave Dunedin by the 4.20 p.m. train, returning on Saturday morning. J. A. HOPCRAFT, Prov. Sec. NATIONAL FIRE AND MARINE INSURANCE COMPANY OF NEW ZEALAND. ■VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that in _LI terms of the Articles of Association, the ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING will be held in the Company's Offices, Rattray street, Dunedin, on THURSDAY, 18th November, at 3 p.m. Business : To receive the Birectors' Report and Balancesheet for the 12 months ended 30th September, 1897; the Election of Three Directors and Two Auditor?. Proxies must be in writing and lodged at the Registered Office of the Company 24 hours before date of meeting. The SHARE REGISTER will be CLOSED for TRANSFERS from 28th OCTOBER till 18th NOVEMBER. HENRY E. WILLIAMS, General Manager. Dunedin, 20th October, 1897. LODGE CELTIC, 477, S.C, THE BRETHREN of the above Lodge and sister Lodges are cordially invited to attend the INSTALLATION of Bro. WILLIAM REID as R.W.M. and Investiture of Officers by R.W. Bro. Jas. Gore, D.G.M. (S.C), assisted by R.W. Bro. T. S. Graham, D.G.M. (E.G.), <md R.W. Bro. D. A. M'Nicoll, P.D.G.M. (1.C.), at the Masonic Hall, Moray place, TO-MORROW (Thursday), 18th inst., at 7.30 p.m. It is desired that Visiting Lodges be in attendance and be presented before 8 p.m. Sojourning Brethren cordially invited. JAMES G. M'GREGOR, R.W.M. JOHN LOTHIAN, Secretary. BDTJOATIONAL. "RS STRONACH, Teacher of Flower LVJL Painting. Apply, for particulars, R. Dunne, George street, . PUBLIC NOTICES. STRUTHE.RJ3 AND SCOTT have large stocks of Uaslcmere Tea, and strongly recommend it. FFICE, Warehouse, and Counter Sta- »_, tionery well and cheaply made at the STAR Factory. Crawford strpfit GOOD Evening ! Have you used " Good Luck " Tea ? a delicious and soothing beverage. Young and Anderson. |VJEW Boy's and Girls Own Annuals, JLI Chatterbox, and other Annuals arrived. At Braithwaite's Book Arcade. i 45 George street. Just Landed, splendid assortment of CROCKERY AND HARDWARE, Dinner and Tea Sets, Toilet Sets, Bedroom Ware, etc., etc We wish to cadi special attention to our BROWN TEAPOTS, As they are a very .fine lot, and are going quickly, vs. A C A/<# T B R, 4£ GEO?f3s bibbkt,

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 6, Issue 10473, 17 November 1897

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