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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4, Issue 7907, 15 May 1889
LATE ADVERTISEMENTS. WANTED Known—Phosphor Bronze and White Metal Castings Daily. Anderaon and Morrison. NOTICE TO SHOEMAKERS. SHOEMAKERS, KEEP AWAY from Auckland during present Dispute. W. POWELL, Secretary D.0.8.U. M ACHINISTS WANTED FOR SHIRT MAKING. Constant Employment Guaranteed. Twelve Months’ Engagements made with good workers. All New Machines (Improved Singer). No Outdoor Workers or Learners need apply. Statement of Waqes Zealandia Shikt Factory. Garment. Mach- Finishining, ing. Per doz. Per doz. Best Shiite, silk feathered ... 4s Od ls9d Union do. cotton feathered ... 3a 31 Is 6d Union and Cotton Shirts, no feathering ... ... 2s9d IsSd Boys’and Youths’Shirts ... 2s 6d Is Od Long Sleeve Undershirts ... 2s 6d Is 3d Shoit Sleeve Undershirts ... 2s 6d os9d Men’s Pants ... ... 2s 6d Is 3d Gents’Nightshirts ... ... 7s Od 2s 6d Shakspeare Collars, Gi extra. Apply MRS KEATB9, Zealandia Shirt Factory, Hanover street. LAT'IBS’ WINTER GLOVES. LADIES’ WINTER GLOVES. LADIKS’ WINTER GLOVES. Brown, ewing, and go, have much pleasure in intimating to their Lady Pattons that the Glove Department is fully stocked with New Winter Gloves of every description—only reliable makes kept in stock. Our Home Buyers have instiuctions to send Leading Novelties by every Direct Steamer. Customers and Visitors can rely on getting the newest Promenade, Evening, Riding, and Driving Gloves. LADIES’ KID GLOVES.—The Ruddigore, Florence. Guyon (with large buttons), Russe de Kason, Pique, Chevrette, Chantilly, etc. (4 and 6 cla'p and buttons, black and colors). LADIES’ SUE OB GLOVES, in tans, slates, grey, gobelin, white, cream, etc ; also extra long, for evening wear, in white, cream, and tan. LADIFS’ WINTER GLOVES. Russian Calf (4-clasp, also lined and fur tops), Toronto and A-trachan, Sleigh Gauntlets (with deep fur cuff and lined). LADIES’ RIDING GLOVES, in tan dogskin.—The Newmarket and Gordon Tan. LADIES’ CASHMERE AND TAFFETA GLOVES, endless variety; Evening Silk Gloves, all shades and lengths. CHILDREN’S GLOVES.- Choice selection, suitable for the winter season, BROWN, EWING, AND CO. LAND TRANSFER ACT NOTICES. •\TOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the J3| Parcel of Land hereinafter described will be brought under the provisions of “ The Land Transfer Act, 1885, unless caveat be lodged forbidding the same within one calendar month next after the date of publication hereof in the ‘ Gazette.’ Part of Section 40, Block VI., town of Dunedin. William Mathew Hodgkins, applicant ; occupied by John William Massey. No. 3,884. Diagrams may be inspected at this office. Dated this 13th day of May, 1889, at the Lands Registry Office, Dunedin, H. TURTON, District Land Registrar. AMUSEMENTS CHORAL HALL, DUNEDIN. BRILLIANT SUCCESS Of the talented Australian PAYNK FAMILY, VOCALISTS, VIOLINISTS, PIANISTES, AND FLAUTIST, And Mr RALPH STEELE, Baritone and Pianist, Who were accorded an enthusiastic reception Last Night by an enormous gathering. THIS (WEDNESDAY) EVENING, Kntiie Change of Programme, and LAST NIGHT BDT ONE of the PAYNE FAMILY. Public Hall, North-east Valley, Friday, May 17. Caversham Hall, Caversbam, Monday, May 20. Templars’ Hall, Kaikorai, Tuesday, May 21. Foresters’ Hall, Port Chalmers, Wednesday, May 22. Waikouaiti, Thursday, Flay 23. UNEDIN HORTICULTURAL SOO.EIY’S CHRYSANTHEMUM SHOW and PROMENADE CONCERT TO-MORROW (THURSDAY), 16th INST., AT GARRISON HALL. DUNEDIN AMATEUR ORCHESTRAL SOCIETY. (Conductor, D. Wislurt), Programme : March—Militaire Clark Overture—‘Martha’ Flotow Selection— ‘Bohemian Girl ’ ... Balfe Valse—‘Love’s Golden Dream’... Bonbeur Selection —Nautical Songs ... Bindone Valse— ‘ Gitana ’ Bucalossi God Save the Queen. Doors open at 12 o’clock. Admission, Is, N.B.—School Children (provided with Tickets by their Teachers) admitted up to 6 p.m., admission 3d. ANDREW BLACK, Secretary. PALACE SKATING RINK, Moray Place. Now Open Daily, Morning, Afternoon, and Evening. TUESDAY AND FRIDAY, GRAND FASHIONABLE NIGHTS. Full Band of Engineers in attendance. Admission, One Shilling. Look Out for Next Saturday Night. CITY HALL ELITE SKATING RINK. Under Strictest Supervision. TO-NIGHT-WHEELBARROW RACE, For the Championship of Dunedin. First Heat 8.45 p.m. Wheelbarrows kindly lent by Mr Scurr. Oaversham Band Every Evening. Grand Carnival and Ball, 6th and 7th of June. T. H. WOOTTON, Manager. FIRST CHURCH.—Limelight Exhibition— To England via Suez, and Back via America—Friday evening, 17th inst. GOVERNMENT NOTICES. v. B. NEW ZEALAND RAILWAYS. QUEEN’S BIRTHDAY, MAY 24th. DUNEDIN RACES, MAY 24th and 25th.
SATURDAY RETURN TICKETS will be issued from any Station to any Station, from 22nd to 25th May, 1889, inclusive, and will be available for return up to and including 30th May. EXCURSION TICKETS will be issued from the Stations mentioned below from 22nd to 24th May, and will be available for return up to and including 30th May. From Dunedin "1 Mosgiel JLawrence J Milton ) Balclutha J Dunedin To Invercargill, Ist 2nd Class. Class. ... 25s 18s ... 22s 15s To Oamaru. Ist 2nd Class. Class. ... 18s 12s 6d To Kingston. Ist 2nd Class. Class. 33s 22s 33s 22s To Timaru. Ist 2nd Glass. Class. 23s 18s Dunedin 1 Waikouaiti >... Palmerston J To Christchurch. Ist Class. 2ed Class. 36s 25s Holders of Excursion Tickets may break the journey at any stopping place on direct line of route, going or returning. Excursion Tickets to Kingston will be available either via Invercargill or waimea Line, On 24th May the GOODS SHEDS at Port Chalmers and Dunedin WILL BE CLOSED, By order. BOARD AND RESIDENCE. WANTED, a few young Men Boarders; 15s weekly, with washing. Third house, Taunton terrace, Hope street. HOME for Two; suit teachers; private study, use drawing room, near High School; 18s. *‘ Quiet, 1 * Stab Office, SUPERIOR Board and Residence for Gentlemen. Mrs Alston, Highbury House, High Street (second bouse from Graham street). COMFORTABLE Board and Residenee; bath and every accommodation. Mrs T. Knox, Olarke street, off High street.
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