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amusements PALACE SKATING RINK, Mobay Place. TO-NIGHT, TO-NIGHT (SATURDAY EIGHT). Grand 3-Mile Race Bicycle v. Skates, Bicycle v. Skates, Bicycle v. Skates. Admission—One Shilling. Engineers’ Band this Afternoon and Evening. N.B#—Monday Night next Grand March at 8.30; also full Band of Engineers, who will play some of the latest waltzes. CITY HALL ELITE SKATING RINK. Under Strictest Supervision. Caversham Band Every Evening. Grand Carnival and Ball, 6th and 7th of Jone. TO - NIGHT ; WHEELBARROW RACE; Final Heat, 9 o’clock, for the CHAMPIONSHIP op DUNEDIN, between Williams, Reid, ard Drummond. T. H. WOOTTON, Manager. F IRST CHURCH OF OTAGO. SOCIAL REUNION. GARRISON HALL, WEDNESDAY, 22nd MAY, 1889, 7.30 to 10.30 p.m. During the evening selections will be given by the First Church Choir, and Mr ROBERTSHAW’S BAND. ART GALLERY, Etc. Refreshment provided. Admission, One Shilling. RINOESS’S THEATRE. P ENGLISH AND COMIC OPERA COMPANY. The Manager has much pleaiu e to announce to the Dunedin Public that he will inaugurate a Season of Opera, for POSITIVELY 18 NIGHTS ONLY, and hopes to be as liberally patronised as on his former visits to this OUy. Commencing on TUESDAY, MAY 21, With Wallace’s Evergreen Opera, MARITANA, MARITANA. “Madame Angot,” “Satanella,” “Faust,” “Bohemian Girl,” “Pinafore,” etc., etc., to follow. Prices—ss, 3s, 2s, and Is. Subscription Tickets (in packets of 18), L3lss. Box Plan now open at the Dresden Piano Warehouse, where subscription tickets and single tickets may be obtained. Day tickets ftt Jacobs’s. BOS CO WILSON, Agent. MEETINGS. CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH, Moray place. Services To-morrow at 11 a.rr. and 6.30 p.m. Rev. W. A. EVANS. Morning subject: ‘ The True Bat-is of Social Morality ’; evening subject: ‘ The Great Monastic Stages.’ Rattray street hall. Gbristadelphians Break Bread every Sunday, 11 a.m., and at 6.30 p.m. proclaim Bible Truths that ought to come from the pulpit. You are earnestly invited. No collection. EVANGELISTIC Meeting in Farley’s Hall To-morrow Night, at 7. Seats free and no collection. CHALMERS PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH, O.F. HALL, Stuart street. REV. J. M. FRASER will Preach Tomorrow Morning and Evening, ST. ANDREW’S CHUROH. Morning and Evening, REV. RUTHERFORD WADDELL, M.A All sittings free at the Evening Service. ■VTORTH DUNEDIN PRESBYTERIAN iX CHURCH, The REV, J. GIBSON SMITH Will Preach To-morrow Morning and Evening. CHORAL HALL, MORAY PLACE. Evangelistic Service. Mr A. Brunton To-morrow (Sunday) Evening. Choir sings from 6.80, Service at 7. HANOVER street Baptist Church,—Morning, 11 a.m., Rev. A. North; Evening, 6.30 p.m., Rev. Mr Hall. Services: Maori Hill, evening; N.B. Valley, 11 a.m., 6,30 p.m,; Kaikorai Schoolhouse, 6.30 p.m. F 1 R S T CHUROH REV. JAMES GIBB To-morrow Morning and Evening^ All sittings free at the Evening Service. CHUROH OF CHRIST Meet for Worship at Athenseum Hall, Octagon, Lord’s Day Morning, at 11 o’clock; proclamation of the Gospel at 6.45 p.m. TVTORTH-EABT VALLEY PRBSBYJS TERIAN CHURCH. ANNIVERSARY SERVICES will be conducted at 11 a m. by Rev. Dr STUART, and at 6.30 p.m. by Rev. A. NORTH. All sittings free at evening service. ANNUAL SOIREE ON TUESDAY, 21st, At 7 p.m. Trinity wbsleyan church. 11-Rev. L. HUDSON. 6 30-Rev. G. W. J. SPENCE. CARGILL ROAD CHURCH. 11-Rev. G. W. J. SPENCE. 6.3o—Mr COLE, The Payne family have again kindly consented to assist in the service of song in Trinity Church to-morrow evening. Collection in aid of Circuit Fund. CHURCH OF CHRIST, THE TABERNACLE, Gkeat Kino stbket. WILLIAM HAMMOND will (D.V.) preach the Gospel at 6.30, Evening. Subject: ‘Sabbath, or Rest. To whom promised, where found, and how obtained.’ No Collections. Seats Free, gT. MARY’S CHURCH, MORNINGTON. SUNDAY, MAY 19th, 1889. 11 a.m., Celebration of Holy Communion. 6.30 p.m., Confirmation Service, by the Bishop of Dunedin,

BOROUGH OF MAORI HILL ■VrOTICB.—The Adjourned Meeting of the Council, to consider all Objections to the Burgess Lists, will be held on WEDNESDAY, the 22nd INST,, At 8 p.m. D. BRENT, Mayor. UNION FOOTBALL CLUB. A SPECIAL GENERAL MEETING of the above Club will be held at Atkin’s Hotel on Monday, the 20th inst, at 8 p.m. Business: To Elect Member of Match Committee. A full attendance of Members is requested. THOS. FORSYTH, Hon. Secretary, U.A.O.D.—OTAGO LODGE, No. 107. A SPECIAL SUMMONED MEETING of the Otago Lodge will be held at the Baldwin Hotel on Wednesday next, 22nd inst, at 8 p.m., when Brothers are requested to be present* J. s. OAPSTICK, Secretary. LADIES’ WINTER GLOVES. LADIES’ WINTER GLOVES. LADIES’ WINTER GLOVES. Brown, ewing, and op. have much pleasure in intimating to their Lady Patrons that the Glove Department is fully stocked with New Winter Gloves of every description—only reliable makes kept in stock. Our Home Buyers have instructions 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, Gnyon (with large buttons), Basse de Eason, Piqud, Ohevrette, Ohaniilly, etc. (4 and fi.clasp and buttons, black and colors). LADIES’ SUEDE GLOVES, in tans, slates, grey, gobelin, white, cream, etc.; also extra long, tor evening wear, in white, cream, and LADIFS’ WINTER GLOVES. Russian Galf (4-clasp, also lined and fur tops), Toronto and A-trachan, Sleigh Gauntlets (with deep fur cuff and lined), LADIES’ RIDING GLOVES, in tan dog. skin.—The Newmarket and Gordon Tan. LADIES’ CASHMERE AND TAFFETA GLOVES, endless variety} Evening Silk Gloves, all shades and lengths, CHILDREN’S GLOVES.-Ohoiee selection, suitable for the winter season, BROWN, EWING, AND CO.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 6, Issue 7910, 18 May 1889

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 6 Issue 7910, 18 May 1889

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