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LOST FOUND, &o. on Friday evening, 23rd lust., a small White Terrier; reward given for recovery. MASON AND WALES, Bond street. LOsT, from Burke’s Jolty, Black Boat 5 any person finding the same will be rewarded. John Brown. LOST at tbo Lyceum Hall, yesterday evening, Lady’s Brown Ulster. Piease return to Coffee Palace. fclOUND.—The best Remedy for Rheumatism. 8 1 Indigestion, Liver and Kidney Disorders, and Undred complaints—Wolfe's Schnapps PUBLIC NOTICES. WH. M‘ K B A Y, • Barrister and Solicitor, HAS REMOVED TO NEW CHAMBERS, 86 Princes street (Opposite Bank New South Wales). BOROUGH OF ROSLYN. TAKE NOTICE, THE VALUATION LISTS for Sunnyslde, Kllgour, Wavcrley, and Linden Wards in the Borough of Roslyn for the year 1885 are open for Inspection during office hours at the Town Clerk’s Office, Council Chambers, Roslyn. All objections thereto must be left at the Resident Magistrate's Court, Bond street, Donedin, on or before the 16th day of February, 1885, addressed to the Assessment Court; and a copy of such objection must be left at the Town Clerk’s Office, Roslyn, not lets than seven days before the next sitting of the said Court. Dated at Roslyn this 15th day of January, 1885, CHARLES WEDGE, Clerk. SATURDAY, Positively the LAST DAY of the Great Sale of G. BROWN’S STOCK. ON S tTURDA.Y, the 31st Inst, we will offer all Remnants and Oddments at ONishalf the Sale Price. The balance of Goods Mast Be Cleared at any cost. On htONDAY there will be an AUCTION SALE of Men's and Boys’ Clothing and Get oral Drapery In the Premises, corner Princes and Stafford streets. A large lot of Shirtings, Flannels, Calicoes, Linen Goods. Skirtings, Winceys, Prints, etc., etc., will bo offered to the trade In lots to suit at onk-half the original cost, A rare opportunity for Small Shopkeepers. Observe: SATURDAY, 31sr, Positively the LAST DAY of the Great Sale of G. BROWN’S STOCK, Corner Princes and Stafford streets. MOLLISON, DUTHIB, AND CO. BOROUGH OF OAVRR3HAM, Bathing Honrs for Ladles at St. Clair Baths, Notice 13 hereby gives that the Borough Connell of Oaversham has resolved that from this date the St. Olair Swimming Baths shall be Open to Ladles only from 11 a.m. till 3 p m. on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday, and on Saturday from 11 a.m till 4 p.m. MARTIN PEARCE, Town Clerk. Oaversham, 30th January, 1885. S'OTIOB IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Partnership hitherto existing between tie undersigned In the bus'no s of batchers, at lornlogton, under the style of “Carroll Irothera. ’ has this day been Dissolved by mtual consent The business will henceforth e carried on by Thomas Carroll alone (under ie style of 11 Carroll Brothers," as heretofore), ho will discharge all the late firm’s liabilities ad receive all moneys due to them. Dated at Morning ten this 29th day of anuary. 1885. THOMAS CARROLL. BDWABD CARROLL, Witness: W. H. M'Keax, Solicitor, Dunedin, EE JOHN CONNOR, Deceased. ALU ACCOUNTS due by John Connor, late of Golden Bleece Hotel, Walkoualtl, to be forwarded to OALLAN AND GALLAWAY, Solicitors, Jetty street, Dunedin, Transmission no. 383,—Elizabeth dark Mlllier, of Dunodln, widow, claiming as devisee under the will of Daniel Mlllier, late of Dunedin, cabman, deceased, has applied to be registered as proprietress of part of Section 71, Block 34, Town of Dunedin j register vol. 47, fol. 117. Applicant will he registered accordingly unless caveat be lodged in this office within one calendar month after the date of the ' Gazette ’ containing thl* notice. Dated this 29th day of January, 1885, at the Lands Registry Office, Dunedin. H. TURTON, District Land Registrar. A ÜBTRALASIAN MUTUAL LIVE STOCK A. INSURANCE SOCIETY (LIMITED). Oapl’al ... •• L100.C03. Hoad Office for New Zealand: High street, Dunedin. Owners can now INSURE their STOCK of every description AGAINST DEATH from any cause whatever. Moderate Premiums, Prompt Settlements. The Only Live Stock Insurance Company In the Colonies, Mr B, R. BRADSHAW will afford every Information to intending Insurers and Accept Risks W. A. WALTON, General Manager. JJROWN, EWING, AND GO. Have decided to offer, previous to Stock-taking at tholr Princes street Warehouse, very social Inducements to buyers of Drapery, Clothing, and House Furnbhlngs, Goods la every department will be sold at the prices at present masked on the articles for their wholesale trade, and In wholesale quantities (not specially marked at a so-called wholesale price, but in reality for a retail out-length trade), and consequently the value now offered to the public cannot possibly be obtained In any other establishment, LEGAL NOTICES. V. B. GAZETTE IN BANKRUPTCY, THE EVENING STAB is duly appointed Gazette for the publlsa Hon of all Notices under the Bankruptcy Act. In the Superior Court of Bankruptcy of New Zealand, holden at Dunedin. In the matter of “The Bankruptcy Act, 1883,” and the Amendments thereof, and of JAMEi fHEARER, of Pott Chalmers, In the Provincial District of Otago, coal and wood merchant, a bankrupt. Notice is hereby given ihat on Tuesday, the 27‘b day of January Instant, the bankruptcy of the above named James Shearer was closed by an order of the Court. James ashcroft, Official Assignee, D. D. Macdonald, Manse street, Solicitor for the bankrupt. IN accordance with the provisions of “The Foreign Companies Act, 1884,” Notice !s hereby given that the Australasian Mutual Live-stock Insurance Society, Limited, proposes to Commence and Cany on Business In the Offices of the Accident Insurance Association of Now Zealand, In High street, Dunedin. W. A, WALTON, Attorney In New Zealand for the above Society.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 5, Evening Star, Issue 6813, 30 January 1885

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 5 Evening Star, Issue 6813, 30 January 1885

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