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AMUSEMENTS. jpRIN CESS’S THEATRE. Lessee .... ..... Mr Thos. P. Hudson, GRAND OPENING PERFORMANCE. TQ MGUT° W I HUDSON’S TO MORROW! NIGHT. f TO-MORROW NIGHT. J SURPRISE PARTY. THE GREATEST-EVENT. HUDSON’S SURPRISE PARTY. _ A Complete Success, HUDSON’S SURPRISE PARTY'' The most Charming of Entertainments. HUDSON’S SURPRISE PARTY. HUDSON’S 80^™®™**“*°'“HUDSON’S SURPRISE Showß * HUDSON’S SUEPEBB C ” ,tU ” e ‘‘' HUDSON’S SURPRISE pSy! The Best Artists Travelling. HUDSON’S SURPRISE PARTY. 1 he Press Highly Eulogistic. HUDSON’S SURPRISE PARTY. Smiling Begins Every Evening at 8 o'clock. Box Plan at the Dresden. PRICES—3s, 2s, and ONE SHILLING. Day Sales at Jacobs’s, ARTHUR J. ROYD, Representative. OTAGO ART SOCIETY. THE ANNUAL EXHIBITION of WORKS by Members now OPEN DAILY in the Ohoral Hall, Moray p’aoe, 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, 2a 6J each. Music every evening. JOHN H. SCOTT, Hon, Secretary. TO LET. JOHN REID AND SONS have To Let: 7-roomed House, London street, bath, etc., 15s; 5 roomed House, with hath, Campbell street, Mornington (near Belt), 12s 6d; 4 and 5-roomed Houses, Parkside, 9s and 10s ; lovely 7-oomed House, Macaudrcw road, South Dunedin, all conveniences; pretty Villa, 6 rooms, batb, and ail conveniences, Ravensbourne; 6-roomed Houses, Walker and Maclaggan streets, 16s; 5-roomed Furnished Cottage, Arthur street, 20s; 11-roomed House, High street; 11-roomed House, St. Clair. TO LET, at Halfway Bush, Farm (12 acres), 4-roomed House, garden; stream running through. Apply Mrs M’Donald, Ann street, Roalyn. TO LET, Detached 4-roomed House; range, copper, etc.; cheap rent. Abernctby, butcher, Union street. TO LET, 2 small Grass Paddocks, Apply W. L. Tennet, Elgin road, Mornington. TO LET, Aitken place. West Dunedin, comfortable 4-roomed Cottage; scullery, range, grates ; good view. TO LET, new Six-roomed House, with all modern conveniences ; pleasant situation. Apply G. C. Biker, Octagon. TO LET, 6 roomed Cottage, Royal terrace, top Pitt street. Apply house above. TO LET, Mornington, Eight-roomed House; _ every convenience, good locality; near English Church. Davies, Havelock street. TO LET, a Ten-roomed House, Royal terrace ; presently occupied by Mr W. C. MacGregor, solicitor. Apply Capstiok, Rattray street. TO LET, George street, new modern 7-roomel Houses; all conveniences Wm. King, George street north. 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. TO LET, Shop and Dwelling, opposite Albiny street Post Office; suitable for grocery business. Apply Commercial Property and Finance Company, Limited, Moray place. TO LET, 7-roomed House, Cargill street; washhouse, copper. A, Clulee, Benevolent Office, Moray place. TO LET, 5-roomed‘Houße (new), Walker street; every convenience. Apply F. Meenan, Cumberland street. SHIPPING. S.S. ONSLOW TIME-TABLE. . S3. ONSLOW leaves Portobello for Dnnedir • at 9 a.m., leaving Dunedin at 4 p.m. On Wednesday and Saturday, run an Excursion, leaving Dunedin at 2.30 p.m. instead 4 p.m., returning at 4.30 p m. FARES ... Is each way. Ordinary Time-table suspended on Holidays, AUCTIONS. TO-MORROW, SATURDAY, 2~th NOVEMBER, At 9.30 o’clock sham. Tb. shl b l AND 00. • will sell by auction, at their Booms,. Princes street, 67 oases Island oranges 20 oases pines 10 gunnies Stratagem peas, new potatoes, etc. SATURDAY, 20th INST., At 2 o’clocs. IMPORTANT CLEARING SALE OF WAREHOUSE SAMPLES AND “NEW HOME” SEWING MACHINES. D m. sped di n g t will sell on Saturday, at 2 o’clock, IN UPSTAIRS ROOM: 2 magnificent semi-grand overstrung pianofortes 8 handsome walnut overmantels 10 mas-ivo brass-mounted bedsteads 12 fancy Indian rattan chairs 2 suites furniture (in leather and velvet), footstools, piano stools, occasional tables, whatnots, chairs, commodes, tea and breakfast sets, toilet sets, gil jugs, engraved tumblers, superior table and dessert knivo- 1 , carvers, electro-plated tea sets, teapots, baskets, fruit stands, cruets, etc., hall and parlor clocks, fenders, fireirons and brasses, brass-kerb fenders, iron cot, tablemangles, wringers, doormats, lawn mowers, etc., etc. Also, 4 SEWING MACHINES, The far-famed “ New Home” (carved walnut, with 5 drawers), Which hold the premier position of the world. These will be offered at an npset of one-third agents' price (including splendid casket of attachment-). And positively sold to the highest bidders, for reasons to bo explained at sale. Goods now on view. MONDAY FIRST, At half.past 2 o’clock. TO STOREKEEPERS, DEALERS, Etc. DM. SPEEDING • will se'i, Opened packages of WHITE-AND-GOLD CHINA (With usual matcifings), HHDS of FENTON’S do (Finest quality, papered). Moulded and Engraved Tumblers, Chambers, Jugs, etc., etc. . Blacking and Scrub Brushes. Without reserve. SATURDAY, 20th NOVEMBER, At 2 o’clock. SUPERIOR HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, ROSEWOOD PIANO, Ere. JAMES SAMSON AND 00, have been favored with Instructions to sell by auot'on, at their Rooms, Dowling street, Furniture, etc. including— Rosewood piano by Eirkman, music stool, music canterbury, leather suite, mirror-back sideboard, tapestry and plush couch and occasional chairs, Vienna c airs, curtain poles, octagon and 100 -tables, brass fenders and irons, hearthrugs, goatskin rugs, Brussels and tapestry carpets, coal vase, whatnot, overmantel, dining table, dinner and tea sets, cruets, lamps, clocks, [ cutlery, hall stand, iron and -wooden bedsteads and bedding, wardrobe, -full-Fcotch and toilet chests, duchesse drawers end tables, washstands, ware, looking glasses, commode, carpet squares, linoleum, chairs, tables, kitchen dresser, kitchen and cooking utensils, spades; saws, axes, "wheelbarrow, tools, etc., etc., etc.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 7, Evening Star, Issue 10475, 19 November 1897

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