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AMUSEMENTS. 0I T Y HAL L. WEDNESDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 24 THE ALBERT L'TOAS COMPANY In Lord Lytton’s Great Play c THE LADY OF LYONS. Sjesial and Important Engagement of the Fascinating Young Actress, ' MISS IDRBNE THORNTON, Who will make her dehut with this Company on Wednesday Evening, November 24, as - Pauline in ‘The Lady of Lyons.’ . Claude Mklnottb by Mr Albert Lucas. • Supported by the Full.Oompany. No Advance in Prices—is 6d, Is, and 6d, Day Sales as Usual . N.B.—Owing to the elaborate preparations necessary for * The Lady of Lyons,’ there will be no performance on Tuesday.' OTAGO ART SOCIETY. 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, Is. Catalogues,. 6d.. Tickets in the Art Union, 2s 61 each. o-, Music every evening^: The ART UNION will be ditfwn in the Gallery THIS EVENING. JOHN H. SCOTT, Hon. Secretary. MEETINGS. OTAGO INSTITUTE, The annual meeting of the Otago INSTITUTE will be held at the Museum on TUESDAY EVENING, November 23, at 8 o clock. Address by the President (Prof. Shand). Annual Report and Balance-sheet. Election of Officers for next Session, A. HAMILTON, Acting-Secretary. LOST AND FOUND. LOST, between Caversham and Mornington, Gold Tie Pin and Stone. Please return Soonlar Bros, and Co.; reward. LOST, near tram terminus (Saturday, 13th, between 6 and 7), Check Macintosh j reward. Williams, Telegraph Office. LOST, Friday evening, between Saddle Hill and Cattle Yards, part Gold Watch Guard. Finder please return it to Webb and Allan, solicitors. LOST, on Sunday, in Filleul street, Gold Broach, with grey pebble stone; reward. J. Hislop, jeweller. LOST, last Monday, a Note Book; of no nee except owner;'reward. W. Stewart, Maolaggan street. FOUND, last Thursday, a Boy’s Overcoat, Apply .Mr Lean, Graham street. ’ POUND, Pig ; owner can have same by paying expenses. Apply McLean’s Store, Green Island. , . - WILL Ptr y who Took Umbrella by mistake from car, Grosvenor street, last night kindly return Rae, batcher. TO LET. JOHN REID AND SONS have To Let; 7-roomed House, London street, bath, etc., 15s ; 5 roomed House, with bath, Campbell street, Mornington (near Belt), 12a 6d; 4 ands-roomed Houses, Parkside, 9a and 10a ; lovely 7- corned House, Macaudrcw road, South Dunedin, all conveniences; pretty Villa, 6 rooms, bath, and all conveniences, Ravensbourne; 6-roomed Houses, Walker and Maolaggan streets, 16a; 5-roomcd Furnished Cottage, Arthur street, 20s; 11-rooraed House, High street; 11-roomed House, St. Clair. TO LET, 4-roomed House, in George street; rent 7s week. Apply Swan’s Coal Yard, King street. ■ TO LET, 3-roomed Cottage (rat ge, 5a 6d), Castle street, near Hanover street. Simon Bros , George street. TO LET, Bath street, Mornington, Sevenroomed House ; bathroom and every convenienoe. Apply on premises. FJIO LET, Cottage at St. Clair, at present i- occupied by Mrs Low, Sievwright and James, 14 High street. TO LET, 5-roomed House; bath, washhouse, garden, fowl run. Mrs Marshall, Black’s road, N.B. Valley. fj'lO LET, at Queenstown, substantial Stone A House, 7 rooms, bathroom, and scullery • beautifu ly situated on Torraor. Address “ O St rB Office. TO LET, 4, 5, and 6-roomed Houses (furnished), Broad Bay. Apply Mrs M’Leod, Broad Pay. r nO LET, 6-roomed Cottage, Royal terrace, A top Pitt street. Apply house above. TO LET, a Ten-roomed House, Royal terrace ; presently occupied by Mr W. O. MacGregor, solicitor. Apply Capstick, 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; bith, washhouse, gas. A, Olulee, Benevolent Office, Moray place. 110 LET, 7-roomcd House, Cargill street; washhouse, copper. A. Olulee, BenevoMoray place. TO LET, 6-rooraed House (new), Walker . street •, every convenience. Apply F. Mconan, Cumberland street. PROSPECTUS. ABRIDGED PROSPECTUS'. ISLAND BASIN GOLD DREDGING COMPANY, Ltd. Capital ... ... ... £4.000. In 4,000 shares, £1 each. 810 fully paid-up Shares are to be allotted to the Vendors in payment for the Claim; 800 Shares to the Owners of the Victoria Steam Dredge ; 400 reserved to provide further Capital if required. ONLY 2,000 ARB OFFERED TO THE PUBLIC. 2s 6d per share on A pplication, 2s 6d per share on Allotment, and the balance in Calls as required not to exceed 2s 6d per share per month. Mining Agents and Secretaries: SIEVWRIGHC BROS. AND C l ,,- High street. Bankers: NATIONAL BANK OF NEW ZEALAND. Consulting Engineer: LESLIE H. REYNOLD!?. The Company is being formed to acquire and work a Claim on the Clutha River, containing 23 acres more or less. The Claim is situated on ths Clutha River, below the Manuherikia Current Wheel Company’s Dredge, from which the following returns have been obtained from 17th July to 11th September: Oz.dwt gr. Ju’y 17 ... 108 10 0 value July 24 ... 165 1 16 „ July 31 ... 104 10 August 7 ... 67 918 „ August 14 ... 23 10 6 August 21 ... 114 13 2 August 28 ... 152 13 12 ~ September 4 ... 95 2 18 ~ September 11... 96 13 7 ~ £ s. d. 417 14 6 635 11 4 400 11 10 259 16 5 90 12 0 441 8 3 587 15 11 366 5 6 372 3 1 An agreement has been entered into with the owners of the Victoria Steam Dredge to sell the Dredge on the following terms: £1,500 cash and the allotment to them of 800 fully paid-up Shares of £1 each. An agreement has been entered into between A. Chisholm and others and W. Dempster (as trustee for the Company) for the Sale of the Claim. It is anticipated that within ONE MONTH after Flotation the DREDGE WILL BE AT WORK on the Claim. Shares Allotted according to PRIORITY of APPLICATION. Early Application necessary. SIEVWRIGHT BROS. AND CO , High street. BOARD AND RESIDENCE. eOKBR’S FAMILY HOTEL CHRISTCHURCH. Within Ono Minute of the Railway Station. JAMES HATFIELD, Pbopbibxob. Telephone 231. P.O. Box 291. NUGGETS, Port Molynenx.—Seaside Accommodation at Mrs Campbell’s; bathing, shooting, etd. Trap meets passengers Romahapa Station. ' , VACANCY for Two or Three Boarders, Hope street. Address “E.H.,” Stxr Office. ' - ■ ■ - BOARD and Residence.—Ashley House, Rattray street,. near Catholic Cathedral; moderate charge. Trams stop at door. BOARD and Residence required by young .Lady engaged daring day. State terms andaddreiss, “Permanent,’’ Stab .Office. TTACANCIES-for Two-Gentlemen-; central, V good home, private family, washing doge, bathj 15s, “Home,” STAB Office.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 5, Issue 10477, 22 November 1897

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 5 Issue 10477, 22 November 1897

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