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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3, Issue 7905, 13 May 1889
LATE ADVBRTBBMENTS. DUNEDIN JOCKEY OLUB. MAT MEETING. > ENERAL ENTRIES and Acceptances for Handicaps Close od TUESDAY, 14th inat., at 10 p.m. SYDNEY JAMES, Secretary. ■\TOTICE. —I, GEORGE SEARLE, of J3I Caversham, do hereby give notice that I desire to obtain, and will at the next Licensing Meeting, to be holden at Caversham on the 7th prox., apply for a Certificate authorising the issue of a Publican's License for the Waterloo Hotel, situate Calderville, Cavenham. Dated this 13ih day of May, 18R9. GEORGE SEARLE. * LL CLAIMS against the Estate of the _ late W. H. Smith, brewer, Dunedin, must be rendered (with full particulars) to the undersigned, Victoiia Brewery, Pitt street, Dunedin, on or before the 31st May, 1889. JOSEPH ESKDALE \«. lumf#ir . ALBXR. THOMSON/ 1 " eoutorß - B.E. & CO. Waterproof Coats B.E. & CO. B.E. & CO. Waterproof Coats B.E. &CO B.E. & CO. Waterproof Coats B.E. &CO B.E. & CO. Waterproof Coats B.E. &CO BROWN, EWING, AND CO Beg to announce that they Have just opened up a Large Shipment of SUPBRIOR WATERPROOF COATS (Men's and Youths' Sizes), Comprising all the Newest Shapes, fresh from the Manufacturers; guaranteed best Proof - ings and thoroughly reliable Goods. YOUTHS' W.P. COATS (detached capes), 25b to 33s YOUTHS' W.P. COATS (extra quality), 80s to 40s MEN'S W.P. COATS (detached capes), 35s MEN'S W.P. COATS (extra quality), 60s to9oi THE SALISBURY The Salisbury W.P. Coat THE SALISBURY has the appeaiance of an THE SALISBURY Inverness Cape, with the THE SALISBURY advantage of having the THE SALISBURY arms free, and thereby THE SALISBURY giving full ventilation, THE SALISBURY and at the same time fits THE SALISBURY like an ordinary overTHE SALISBURY coat. Suitable for every THE SALISBURY purpose viz, walking, THE SALISBURY driving, shooting, etc. BROWN, EWING, AND CO. AMUSEMENTS IHORAL HALL, DUNEDIN. TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY, and THURSDAY EVENINGS, MAY 14, 15, and 16 First appearance of the talented Australian PAYNE FAMILY. VOCALISTS. VIOLINISTS, PIANISTES, AND FLAUTIST, Etc. (from Ballarat City, Victoria), and MR RALPH STEELF, Baritone and Pianist. Public Hall, North-east Valley, Friday, May 17. Caveraham Hall, Caversham, Monday, May 20. Templars' Hall, Kaikorai, Tuesday, May 21. Port Chalmeis, Wednesday, May 22. Waikouaiti, Thursday, May 23. Family Prices: 2s and Is; Children, Halfprice. Tickets at the Dresden Pianoforte Warehouse. ALAOE SKATING RINK, Moray Place. Now Open Daily, Morning, Afternoon, and Evening. TUESDAY AND FRIDAY, GRAND FASHIONABLE NIGHTS, When the Full Band of Engineers will be in attendance. Admission, One Shilling. No charge for the u;e of private skates. Ladies' and Gents' weekly tickets at reduced rates. Lookout for next Saturday Night. WE LEAD—OTHERS FOLLOW 1 IITY HALL ELITE SKATING RINK. / Under Strictest Supervision. ONE-MILE WHEELBARROW RACE, WEDNESDAY, MAY 15, For the Championship of Dunedin. TO-NIGHT, LADIES' INVITATION NIGHT. In response to a great number of our Patrons we have agreed to Postpone our GRAND CARNIVAL AND BALL Until the 6th and 7th June. Caversham Band every evening. T. H. WOOTTON, Manager. UNEDIN HORTICULTURAL J SOCIETY'S CHRYSANTHEMUM SHOW and PROMENADE CONCERT on THURSDAY, 16th inst., At GARRISON HALL. Doors open at 12 o'clock. Admission, Is. N.B.—Shool Children (provided with Tickets by their Teachers) admitted up to 6 p.m., admission 3d. Entries Close at Garrison Hall TO-MORROW (Tuesday), at 8 p.m. ANDREW BLACK, Secretary. MEETINGS. MASONIC. . ,HE REGULAR MONTHLY MEETING _!_ of Lodge St. Andrew, No. 432. 5.0., will be held at the Masonic Hall TO-MORROW (Tuesday) Evening, at 8 sharp. Sister Lodges cordially invited to attend. ROBT. FORSYTH, Secretary. ALBANS MISSION ROOM (opposite the Roslyn Woollen Mills), Kaikorai. HARVEST THANKSGIVING SERVICE, TUESDAY, MAY 14th, at 8 p.m. Preacher-The Rev. BRYAN M. KING. The S. John's Choir wil assist in the Service. The collection will be for the funds of the misLOST AND FOUND.
■ mOUND, Spaniel Dog, white-and-tan spots; JJ not claimed fourteen days will be sold. Thos. M'lntosh, Caveisbam. REWARD.— Lost, Ll-note, between High street and Forbury road. Apply G. Shave, hairdresser, Caversbam. 1 OST, Gold Brooch (whip and bit), on J Friday night, between Stuart street Hall and Moray place Finder rewarded on returning to Mr J. Evans (A. and T. Inglis'a). LOST, Brown Retriever Puppy Dog, about 8 weeks old. Apply Dr Oolquhoun, High street. ' OST (by a poor woman), Sum of Money in J bank book, South Dunedin; reward. Apply to Mr R. Smith, corner of Reid street and Cargill road. GOVERNMENT NOTICES. NEW ZEALAND RAILWAYS. Public Works Offioe, Dunedin, 26th April; 1889. WRITTEN TENDERS will be received at this office until noon of Tuesday, the 28th M»y, 1889, for the Kuriwao Permanent Way Contract, Edendale-Toi Tois Branch Railway. They are to be marked on the outside "Tender for Kuriwao Permanent Way Contract," and addressed to the Minister for Public Works, Dunedin. Telegraphic Tenders will be received at any Telegraph Office by noon of the same date. Plans, conditions, etc., may be seen at this Office, and at the County Council Offices, Invercargill. The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted. By command. _ _ ' E. R. USSHER, District Engineer. BOARD AND RESIDENCE. IEQUIRED by Lady and little Girl, \j Furnished Sitting and Bedroom, or comfortable Board and Residence. " Gough," Stab Office. OMFORTABLE Board and Residence; v/ bath aud every accommodation. Mrs T. Knox, Clarke street, off High street. ANTED, a few young Men Boarders; YV 15s weekly, with washing. Third house, Taunton terrace, Hope street. ANTED, a single Gentleman Boarder in moderate. Address "Comfortable," STAB ENTLEMAN requires Board and ResiI dence; private family preferred. State terms to " W. A,." Stab Office. *
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