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AMUSEMENTS. THE COMING GREAT ATTRACTION. MARVELLOUS FLYING JOKDANS And their :•;,"■' SPECIALLYrSELEOTED VAUDEVILLE i COMPANY v mrtABKIVE | %™£ | WIUABBIVE AND POSITIVELY OPEN IN FOR 1 DUNEDIN f FOR SHORT I on J SHORT I TUESDAY, i SEASON ONLY. J NOVEMBER 23, I ONLY. Ab previously this Colossal j .„„■' . Confederation of - AERIAL SENSATIONS, LEAPING, .„„ SEATING, CYCLING, ACROBATIC CONTOETIONISTIO, c - And REFINED SPECIALTY PERFORMERS • '» r . -,«. r« JS3 11 be Produced under MAMMOTH SNOW-WHITE CANVAS, Ereotedon RECLAIMED LAND, Next City Saw-mills. THIS GREAT CONGRESS OF WONDERS" Will form a coalition of marvels, at once the most famous convocation of artists ever brought together, to witness whose astounding and incredible feats will bo tax the wonderment and arrest the attention of the delighted speotator as to soothe the senses into the ambient slumber of an Oriental mid-day dream. The Awe-inspiring, Death-defying FLYING JORDAN?, 5 in number 5 MARVELS OF THE AIR, Would never have an opportunity ot performing their principal acts for want of sufficient space in Iheatrcs, consequently the Management has, at an outlay of over O" £2,000, had specially made, with seats to accommodate 3.000, ."".' A CANVAS THEATRE, With Complete and Appropriate t'cenery and Mammoth Stage, which will be BRILLIANTLY ILLUMINATED To afford these Fearless Human Rockets sufficient Bcope for their Aerial Contortions, Evolutions, and Reckless Flights through unlimited space. The Original, the Only - BBAUIIFCL VIRGINIA ARAGON! QUEEN OP THE INVISIBLE THREAD, Utterly Defying the Laws of Gravitation ! Eclipsing Every Former Effort in this Direction. MARLO AND MARLO, Whose Marvellous Triple Horizontal Bar Performances have made'the world stand still in very wonderment. Their Grace and Elegance on the Bars have been described by Press and Public as one Continual Revolving Poem. 20-OTHER ARTISTS.^2O Efficient STRING OROHESTRA and BRASS BAND. SPECIAL -ea as-SPECIAL GRAND FREE EXHIBITION. At 7.15 LAMONT, THE HUMAN ARROW, Will perform his Unparalleled Divo from a height of 80ft to a Safety Net outside the Show Tents. TO THE PUBLIC: In presenting this epitome of wonderland, the Management take credit to themselves for having discarded all old-time ideas. Kxpei ience has taught them what the discerning and intelligent amusement-loving people of Australasia most appreciate, and energy and hard work have aided them with capital; thus they are enabled to introduce an unprecedented history in amusement, totally eclipsing anything before attempted in the same line. That fabulous Bala-ies will have to be paid to such artists and large sums expended in this groat enterprise will be readily believed, yet POJ?ULAR PRICKS WILL PREVAIL. General Admission : 2s Bnd Is. Special Reserved Chairs, 3s. ST. CLIIR PROMENADE CONCERTS. THE ENGINEERS' BAND (by request) will repeat the following programme at St. Clair TO-MORROW AFTERNOON : March—'Hanover' (Fetras);- Contest Selection—' Meyerbeer' (Round); Cornet Solo—' The Soul's Awakening' (Haddock); March—'B!aok Dyke* (Newton); Sacred Selection—'Sabbath Morn' (E. Hare); Contest Maroh—'The Challenge' (Calvert). Conductor, Mr R. Jackson. Of AGO ART SOCIETY. j THE ANNUAL EXHIBITION of WORKS 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, ls. Catalogues, 6.1. Tickets in the Art Union, 2s 61 each. Music every evening. JOHN H. SCOTT, Hon. Secretary. AUCTIONS. MONDAY, 22nd NOVEMBER, 11 a.m. Sydney and Tahiti Oranges, Mandarins, Lemons, Plums. -* kTAGO FRUIT AND PRODUCE f AGENCY MONDAY, 22nd NOVEMBER, 1897, At 10.15 sharp. \ E. SHIEL AND CO. L • will sell by auction, at Rooms, Princes street, 120 bags Auckland kidney potatoes 10 tons Derwent potatoes Lemons, green peas, etc. MONDAY FIRST, At half-past 2 o'clock. TO STOREKEEPERS, DEALERS, Ftc. \ M .' SPEDDING i will sell, Opened packages of WHITE-AND-GOLD CHINA (With usual matchiogs), HHDS of FENTON'S do (Finest quality, papered). Moulded and Engraved Tumblers, Chambers, Jugs, eto, etc. Blacking and Scrub Brushes. Without reserve. M' NOAY MORNING, 22nd INfcT , 9.30 sharp. ORITZSON AND HOPKIN fJL will offer by auction, A small shipment of orang s, lemons, bananas. Also, New kidney potatoes and a Hue of old kidneys. TUESDAY 23rd NOVEMBER, At 12 o'clock. FREEHOLD, Queen street (at top of Union street), WITH HOUSE OF 9 ROOMS. |HE PERPETUAL TRUSTEES, ESTATE, . AND AGENCY COMPANY OF NEW ZEALAND, LIMITED, are instructed by the Fxeoutors of the late Mr J. L. Gillies to offer for sale by public auction, in their Room?, Rattray street, on Tuesdav. November, at 12 o'clock, » His late Residence, containing 9 room?, bath and store rooms, erected on pait of Section 16, Block 25, Dunedin, having a frontage of 544 feet to Queen street. The house is commodious and well built, its situation second to none, and as tho executors de&ire to close the estate the property is for absolute sale ForJjirther particulars apply to Mflfflrs STOUT, MONDY, AND F-IM, Solicitors Or to THE AUCTIONEERS.: PRELIMINARY VALUABLE BUILDING SITES, GREAT KING STREET. rilHB PERPETUAL TRUSTEES, ESTATE, I AND AGENCY COMPANY OF NEW ZEALAND, LTMITED, have been instructed by Wm. Wright, Erq , to offer for s'ale by public auction, at an early date, 4 Building Sites at corner of/Great King 5 . street and Union site having a frontage of 33Vfee^to.Gtc>t King street, and the: comer:-one 80 feet to Union street." ' ■_ ' <;'• ■ , -_ - : :M*o?' Terms very easy, 'Plana on amplication.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 7, Issue 10476, 20 November 1897

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 7 Issue 10476, 20 November 1897

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