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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3, Issue 10474, 18 November 1897
AMUSEMENTS. RINCESS'S THEATRE. Lessee ... Mr Tkos. P. Hudson. . ATTENTION: THE KATE—SATURDAY. ■••- NOVEMBER 20: I THE GREAT AMUSEMENT BVUNT (Direct trora India, China, and Japan). Return, after an absence of 17 years, of the Most Travelled Entertainment in existence, The Renowned and Only I HUDSOVS SURPRISE PARTY I The Donatora of Mirth and Music, and Originators of Anglo-American Minstrelsy in . Australasia. Imitators we have had—Rivals, nary one." ■ An : L lB STAR ARTISTS 18 A Combination of Beautiful Ladies, Merry-Men, Musical Mummers, Jovial Jokers, Demon Dancers, Laughter Manufacturers, Eta, 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 occasionsIndia and Japan), and the Elite ahdv. 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.' Day Sales at Jacobs's, Tobacconist. ARTHUR J. BOYD, Representative. NORTH-EAST VALLEY PRESBYTERIAN: CHURCH SUNDAY SCHOOL ANNIVERSARY. muw dm,,;., .t o;.l i!n 3 <t» - ■•- .... . given m the Churoh, by a Ohoir of between 80 and 90 voices, on FRIDAY EVENING, at 7.50. Connective Readings by Rev. D. BORRIE. * 1 Oiganist: Miss M. BARR. Conductor: Mr B. RAWLINSON. Admission Free; Colleeiionfor Sunday School OTAGO ABT SOCIETY. I \HE 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 to 10 in the evening. Admission, Is. Catalogues, 6d. Tickets in the Art Union, 2s 6d each. Music every evening. JOHN H. SCOTT, Hon. Secretary. SDIJOAgIOHAL. MRS STRONACH, Teacher of Flower Painting. Apply, for particulars, R. Dunne, George street, BOARD AND BFSIDENCE. nOKHR'S FAMILY HOTEL CHRISTCHURCH. Within Ono Minute of the Railway Station. JAMES HATFIELD, Pboprietob. Telephone 231. P.O. Box 291. UGGETS, Port Molyneux.-Seaside Acing, shooting, etc. Trap meets passengers Romahapa Station. YACANCY for Two or Three Boarders, Hope street. Address "E.H.," Stab Office. Heads of Families. -Advertiser wishes L to Meet with Family who would join him taking large furnished house for the holiday season; seaside. Address "Holiday," Stah Office. AN IKD, by City man, part Board and , , Residence, Roslyn ; private family preferred. " Roslyn," Star Office. ANTED, by Gent'eman, Board and . . Lodging (Monday tea to Saturday lunch); terms. "R. 0.," Stab Office. ELECTION NOTICES. MAYORAL ELECTION. .COUNCILLOR WILLIAM SWAN ADDRESS THE RATEPAYERS CHORAL HALL, MORAY PLACE, FRIDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 19th, At 8 o'clock. W. ASHER, Secretary.' _ - MAYORAL ELECTION. MEETING of Mr JAS. GORE'S Com- • mittee will be held at his Rooms, Princes street, TO-MORROW (Friday) EVENING, at 8 o'clock. Supporters invited to attend and join .the Committee. TO LET. JOHN REID AND SONS have To Let: Modern House, 8 rooms, all conveniences, Queen street; 7-rooraed House, London street, bath, etc., 15s; 5 roomed House, with bath, Campbell street, Mornington (near Belt), 12s 6d; 4 and 5-roomed Houses, Parkside, 9s and 10s ; lovely 7- oomed House, Macaudrow road, South Dunedin, all conveniences; pretty Villa, 6 rooms, bath, and all conveniences, Ravensbourne; 6-roomed Houses, Walker and Maclaggan streets, 16?; 5-roomed Furnished Cottage, Arthur street, 203 ; 11-roomed House, High street; 11-roomed House, St. Clair. O LET, 4-roomed House, in George street; «_ rent 7s week. Apply Swan's Coal Yard, King street. O LET, a Four-roomed Brick Cottage (range, etc ) at rear of Choral Hall, Morav ce. " \0 LET, a Ten-roomed House, Royal ter- . race; presently occupied by Mr W. C. MacGregor, solioitor. Apply Capstick, Rattray Btreet. TjlO LET, George street, new modern JL 7-roomed Houses; all conveniences. Wm. King, George street north. O LET, "Manola," Cargill street, 7 rooms; _m_ bith, washhouse, gas. A. Clnlee, Benevolent Office, Moray place. P\o LET (Heriot row), Six-roomed House J and bathroom. Burton and Patterson, 107 Princes street. TO LET, Shop and Dwelling, opposite Albany street Post Office; suitable for grocery business. Apply Commercial Property and Finance Company, Limited, Moray place. TO LET, 7-roomcd House, Cargill street; washhouse, copper. A. Clulee, Benevolent Offioe, Moray place. O LET, 5-roomed House (new), Walker m. street; every convenience. Apply F. Meenan, Cumberland street. SPORTING. DUNEDIN JOCKEY CLUB. V RING RACES, FORBURY PARK, WEDNESDAY, FRIDAY, AND SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 24tb, 25th, 27th. Fh-ct Race starts each day at 12.45. Admission: Grand Stand, 10s; Public Stand, Is; Grounds, Is. Grand Stand Tickets obtainable at Jacobs's or Mendelsohn's. Ladies' Tickets may be purchased by Members at Club's Office at 5s each. Entrance by Main Gate only. Trams, Cabs, and Drags from Manse street corner every few minutes. SYDNEY JAMES, Secretary. DUNEDIN JOCKEY CLUB. SPRING MEETING, 24th, 26th, 27th NOVEMBER. ENER AL ENTRIES and ACCEPTANCES ,' are due by 10 p. m. on SATURDAY, 20th. SYDNEY JAMES, ■ Secretary. CHURCH SERVICES. RAVERS HAM HALL. TO-MGHT. . Mr WILLIAM M'LEAN, Evangelist, will (D.V.) DELIVER ADDRESSES m above Hall on THURSDAY, and FRIDAY EVENINGS, at 7.30. All Cordially Invited. Sankay's Hymns,
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