Amusements. QDEE N'S THEATER Lessee J. J. Pollard, Jux'.' Stage Manager and Ballot Master — .F. Daebysiiirk.fiRAND OPENING SIGHT,'. . ■'- 0 WEDNESDAY NJSXT, 12nr OCTOBER, o- Of POLLARD'S LILIPUTIAN OPERA COMPANY, In their Grand Production of Planquett's Opora Coraique, in three acts, v LES CLOCHES DE COHNEVILLE, >•> or the CHISIES OF NORMANDY (In its entirety). New Scenery! New Appointments I New Costumes % New Effects! The Music of this Opera has been arranged by tho Messrs Pollard. ; Reserved Seats at Sagg and Co.'s. (also packots of Six Tickets, transferable any night, 21s). Stall Tickets, also Photos., Books of Opera at 3S I. Abraham, Queen's Cigar Divan. Admission: 4s, 2a Od, .Is.--Doora open quarter-past 7 ; overture quarter to 8. Pollard's Liliputian Opera Company: Rehearsal THIS (Monday) MORNING, 10 o'clock sharp, at Queen's Theatre" H. POLLARD, Chorus-master. d mHE QUEEN'S THEATRE, Princes ' JL street, Duncdin, will bo TO LET after the 81st October. For terms and particulars apply to ■ ' K. &. A. J. PARK, 303 ~ ' Savings Bank" Buildinga. miMARU Athletic Club.—Spring MeetX ing, Prince of Wales' Birthday, November 9th, 1881. £100 in Prizes for Running, Walking, &c., &c. Nominations for Handicaps close October 19th. Writo for programme—Wm. Collins, Secretary. 30a Meetings. id UNEXPLORED COUNTRY. .- A PUBLIC MEETING will be held in tho Chamber of Commerce (Colonial Bank Buildings), Dunedin, at 3 p.m. on MONDAY, the 10th instant, ■ For the purpose of considering the best way of Organising a Party to Prospect that part of the We9t Coast of this Island lying botween Lake Manipori and the Sounds, audto takesuch steps as tho Meeting may deem advis- ; able to form a Party or Company to carry oh the Prospecting. .. . ~ H..W. SMYTHIES: Union Chambers, Princes Btrcet, October 4th, 1881. Lectures. POPULAR LECTURE, In Refutation of the Dogma of • - ETERNAL SUFFERING And the Fiction of the Soul's NECESSARY IMMORTALITY, • By Mr B. CASS, of Christchurch. TEMPERANCE HALL, MORAY. PLACE, THIS (MONDAY) EVENING, 10th OCTOBER, Commencing at 7.30 p.m. Mr M. W. Green will preside. .-. Admission, One Shilling. All Bible Students earnestly invited. Discussion at the close. Election JSPc-tices. TO THE RATEPAYERS OF DUNEDIN.. J ADIES and GENTLEMEN,—Having LJ been requested by a largo number of influential ratepayers to stand for the Mayoral Office at the cnsuinff election, I now beg to oiler myself as a CANDI-, DATE. My long connection with and long services in the Council will, Intrust, recommend me to your favourable consideration. I am, yours faithfully, ' . 24a ... ■ . JAMES GORE. .. TO THE ELECTORS OF DUNEDIN CITY EAST. fi ENTLEMEN,—I beg to intimate that \IK at the request of a large number of friends in your district I intend to offer myself as a CANDIDATE for your Representation at the forthcoming Election. I will take an early opportunits' of placing my views fully before you. Meantime I am, Gentlemen, : Faithfully yours, 7o . WILLIAM BALDWIN. TO THE ELECTORS OF THE CITY OP DUNEDIN. pi ENTLEMEN,—The division of Dun\JT odin into districts renders it necessary that I should ccaso to represent the City as a whole, and seek for re-election for a part only. I cannot retire, however, without thanking youfor the honour dono mo, and. the trUßt reposed in me during the time I have been one of your ReprcsentaShould I be returned again for a portion of Dunedin I shall continue to consider myself a Dunedin Representative, and shall be happy to work for the good of tho City generally with those who may be returned for the other portions of it. I am, Gentlemen, . - Your obedient servant, To THOMAS DICK. TO THE ELECTORS OF DUNEDIN WEST. /GENTLEMEN,—I do myself "tho VUT .honour to solicit your suffrages at the ensuing General Election for Members of the House of Representatives. ■ ■ • I Bhall take an opportunity prior to the Election of mooting you for tho purpose of explaining my views on tho various points which may claim considera--1 tion. I am, Gentlemen, Your obedient servant, 7o THOMAS DICK. TO THE ELECTORS OF DUNEDIN CITY EAST. pi ENTLEMEN,—I have the honour to \^K inform you that it is my intention to offer myself as a CANDIDATE for the Representation of your District in the General Assombly. So soon as the Writs are issued, I will take an oarly opportunity of addressing you on the various questions of tho day. I am, Gentlemen, . Your obedient servant, 100 I. ABRAHAM. Sducatlonal. UNIVERSITY OF..NEW ZEALAND. ENTRANCE EXAMINATION FOR MATRICULATION AND JUNIOR SCHOLARSHIPS. m'HIS Examination^ to COMMENCE MONDAY, DECEMBER 12m, NEXT. Candidates for Matriculation and for Junior Scholar' ships must send in to this Offico on or before SATURDAY, November sth, 1881 (after which date no applications will be received), a list of tho subjects in which they desire to be examined, signed with their Christian names in full, accompanied by a statement of their age last birthday, and by a fee of One Guinea. .Candidates for Junior Scholarships must state the School or Schools at which they have received their education during the past five years. Eight Junior Scholarships will bo offered at thia Examination. • The places of examination will be Auckland, Weiling'ton, Nulson, Christchurch, and Dunedin. By order. . W. M. MASKELL, . 7o Register. TTfcUNEDIN SCHOOL OF ART, Moray -"—' place.—Freehand and Model Drawing, Paint ing in Water or Oil-colours, Drawing and Painting from the Antique and Still Life.—David C. Hutton Art Master 16jy WERE LUDWIG MOSC'H JL . PROFESSOR OF MUSIC. Room: Princes street, on Mr Boot's premises'. PIANOFORTE AND SINGING. MRS CLUTSAM respectfully announces that the FOURTH QUARTER commences on WEDNESDAY, the Oth inst. I Moray place. 4o \ Legal Hotices. IN BANKRUPTCY, -HQ-OTICE.-The Otego Daily Times ia JS dn!y appointed GAZETTE foi »!1 Hotlcos am' j •jho Debtors and Creditors Aci « IN BANKRUPTCY. No. 016. In the matter of "The Debtors and Creditors Act, IS7C," and Amendment Acts, 1878 and 1579, and of the Bankruptcy of JOHN WRIGHT, oJ Dunedin, New, Zealand, Miner, a Debtor. PIHIS IS TO NOTIFY that John L Wright, of Dunedin, Now Zealand, miner, has this day Hied a Statement in the Supreme Court of Now Zealand, at Dunodin, that ho is unablo to meet his Engagements with his Creditors. The First Meeting of Creditors is to-be held at the Supreme Courthouse, Dunedin, on FRIDAY, the fourteenth day of October instant, at ten o'clock in the forenoon. Dated at Dunedin, this eighth day of October;, ARTHUR D. HARVEY, ■ _ >imi ' Lost, Fennel, &c. - 1" OST, ou Sunday afternoon, 9th inst., _J a Silver Watch, between Knox- Church nncS Octagon.—Finder rewarded on returning same to Dr ■fl" OST, between Moray place and Knox _J Church, GOLD LOCKET, engraved THU. Finder regarded.-Apply Bailey, watchmaker, Rattray street- '.; ■• - . ' 100 '. J. -A- WOBiDS FOR5 SIXPENCE^--BL'afc Situations Wanted, Bouses to Lot, For Ssl <*<s. lns« ted at thig nic FO CASH ONLY.:
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