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AMUSEMENTS. S. I NOBS S'S IHEAIEE. Lessee ... ... Mr Thos. P. Hudson. DUNEDIN RESIDENT?, ATTENTION I The Date: TO-NIGHT (SATURDAY), NOVEMBER 20. GRAND OPENING, ■■,•■" After 17 years' absence, of the Renowned and Only , ■ 1 HUDSON'B SURPRISE PARTY. I An Entertainment with a quick pulse and i high temperature, - ... ".*•' Introducing ••%]:■ The high-olasa music of a Concert Parte "-. -. The Humor of a first-class Comedy Company The Picturesque Scenes of a Burlesque, etc. Patronised by the elite and populace in all K?Z *™ ™ e world » Bnd don ' b y°» f° r ßet ife-TO-NIGHT will be the first opportunity of witnessing this unique organisation, With its Beautiful Instrumentations and Vocalisations, In a Programme overflowing with Amußing Items, introduced in rapid Buocessiou to : eaoh other, and all within-the bounds of strict propriety. POPULAR PRICES-ONE SHILLING, 2s, and 3s. Box Plan, Dresden Musio Warehouse. Day. Tickets at Jacobs's, -tobacconist. Smiling begins at 8 p.m. A. J. ROYD, Representative.; MEETINGS. OTAGO INSTITUTE. IHE ANNUAL MEETING of the OTAGO -m. INSTITUTE will be held at the Museum on TUESDAY EVENING, November 23, at 8 o clock. Address by the President (Prof. Bhand). ' Annual Report and Balance-sheet. - |~ Election of Officers for next Session. '-' i A. HAMILTON, ..'<. Acting-Secretary. TENDERS. OTAGO HARBOR BOARD NOTICE. ENDERS will ba received until THURSI DAY, the 25th inst., at 2 o'clock, for the EREOTION of STORAGE SHED at Rattray street Wharf. Plan and specification to be seen at the Board's Office, where tenders are to be lodged. Each tender to be accompanied by a marked cheque equal to 2£ per cent, of the tender. The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted. WILLIAM MIRAMS, Acting-Secretary. LTERNATIVE TENDERS are invited . until 2 p.m. of MONDAY, 29th inst., for the EREOTION OF WOOD AND IRON (or Brick) WORKSHOPS, STORES, AND OFFICES at Port Chalmors for the. Union Steam Ship Company of New Zealand, Limited. ,. JAMES HISLOP, Dowlmg street. Architect. TENDERS will be received by the Otago Harbor Board until THURSDAY, the 25th inst,, at 2 o'clock, for the PURCHASE' AND REMOVAL OF SHED on the Rattray street Wharf. Particulars at the Board's Office, where tenders are to be lodged. The highest or any tender not necessarily accepted. WILLIAM MIRAMS, Acting-Secretary, TENDERS. CONTRACTORS and Others are finding Laidlaw and Gray are the Cheapest for Building Ironmongery, Grates, Mantelpieces, etc. We have increased our Business Tenfold In 3 years. LAIDLAW AND GRAY, 19 Rattray street. ELECTION NOTICES. BOROUGH OF MORNINGTON. . MAYORAL ELECTION. IS HEREBY GIVEN that the _1 following Candidates have been duly NOMINATED This Day for the office of Mayor:— FRANCIS ANDERSON WILLIAM DAWE. The number of Candidates being in excess of the offices to be filled, I hereby give notice that a POLL will ba tilten at the Council Chambers, Argyla street, Mornington, on WEDNESDAY,' the 24th day of November, 1897, between tht> hours of 9 a.m. and 6 p.m. FRANCIS B. SMITH, Returning Officer. Mornington, 12th November, 1897. CITY MAYORALTY. RE. B. CARGILL will be pleased; to • ADDRESS the RATEPAYERS in Old Knox Ohuroh on MONDAY EVENING, the 32nd inat., at 8 o'clock, E. A. COGAN \„ ■ J. M. SANDEMANJ" 3011 ! Beca 'i KOSLYN MAYORAL ELECTION. WILL BE PLEASED TO MEET THE RATEPAYERS at tho Roslyn Counoil Chambers on MONDAY EVENING, the 22nd November, at 8 o'clock. Yours faithfully, L. KKMNITZ. PORT CHALMERS MAYORAL ELECTION. TV/3"R "W. M. INNES will be happy to MEET THE ELECTOR 3 of Port Chalmers at the Foresters' Hall on TUESDAY, 23rd November, at 8 p.m. MAYORAL ELECTION. TO THE RATEPAYERS OF DUNEDIN. LADIES AND GENTLEMEN,—In coming before you as a Candidate for the Mayoralty I hope you will favorably consider my length of service—ll years as a Councillor, Ind in various other capacities, involving a great sacrifice of time fi>r their due performance, which I have cheerfully rendered for years past and am still willing to attend to to the best of my ability. I trust you will see the fairness of ■ giving the only reward—the Mayoralty—to those who have done the City's work, as by so doing you will give an incentive to future Councillors to come forward in due course. I may be pardoned for saying that, as a large ratepayer, it is my interest as well as your own. that I should strive for an c conomical management of municipal affairs. If I have been one of those who have avoided levying heavier rates in the past than could possibly be done with, I, am content to bear my share of the blame. . - f Hoping to be favored with your votes oaW£DNESDAY,.the.24th, at the Town Hall, . , . I remain, [ Yours faithfully, H. F.HARDY, ; Councillor. ' BOARD AND RESIDENCE. FAMILY HOTEL u OHRISTCHURCH. Within One Minute of the Railway Station. JAMES HATFIELD, Proprietor. Telephone 231. P.O. Box 291. LGGETS. Port Molyneux.—Seaside Ac- .. commodation 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. BOARD and Residence.—Ashlev House, Rattray street, near Catholic Cathedral; moderate charge. Trams stop at door. MRS MACDjNALD, Oakley House, Rattray and Dowliug streets.—Superior Accommodation for Visitors and Boarders. Moderate charges. film) young Men can have comfortable JL Home, without or without board. Apply Osten, grocer, King street north. Reeidenoe; private family preferred, "Roslyn," Stab Office. ANTED, Two Boarders, private family; . . : bath-hot, cold; terms moderate. -St. Andrew street, two. doors from Castle street. 7ANTED, Private Board for Married » ; Couple, St. Clair or Ocean Beach; " slate particulars. -"M;," Stab Office. ANTED, comfortable, Home by young ... ..,. .-•Man; near. Octagon; State terms to " Musical, .Stab Office] ;

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4, Evening Star, Issue 10476, 20 November 1897

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