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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3, Issue 7911, 20 May 1889
LATE ADVERTISEMENTS. "F nervous, weak, blood poor, your work a bother, take Loasby's Quinine and Steel Wine. 2s. No. 1 COMPANY DUNEDIN HIGHLAND RIFLES. COMPANY ORDER. THE above Company will Parade in Undress, with greatcoats rolled and lunch in haversacks, at the Garrison Hall, at 9.15 a m, on FRIDAY first, the 24th inst. Every member expected to be present. Fines will be strictly enforced on all absentees without a proper excuse. Water Bottles will be served out To-morrow (Tuesday) Night at the Garrison Hall to all members. JOHN GUNN. Captain Commanding D.H.R.V. IN THE SUPREME COURT OF NEW ZEALAND, WELLINGTON DISTRICT. Saturday, the 4th day of May, 1889. UPON reading the Affidavits of Robert Chisenhall Hamerton, of Wellington, Public Trustee, and of Frederick Beattie, of Roslyn, Otago, police constable, it is ordered that the Public Trustee shall be Administrator of all the real and personal estate of GEORGE MORRISON, late of Roslyn, accountant, deceased. (Signed) JAMES PRENDERGAST. All persons indebted to the above-named deceased are requested to pay the amounts of their several accounts to me, or to J. Edmund Smith, Esq., Dunedin. Also, all Persons having Claims against the said Estate are requested to forward the same to me, or to Mr Smith, on or before WEDNESDAY, the 12th day of JUNE next. N.B.—Any Claim not sent in by the day named will be liable to be excluded from participation. R. C. HAMERTON, Public Trustee, Public Trust Office, Wellington, May 15,1889. LAT IBS' WINTER GLOVES. LADIES' WINTER GLOVKS. LADIBS' WINTER GLOVES. iRO WN, EWI NG, AND CO. 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 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, Piqud, Chevrette, Chantilly, etc. (4 and G-cla'p and buttons, black and colors). LADIES' SUEDK GLOVES, in tans, slates, grey, gobelin, white, cream, etc.; also extra long, for evening wear, in white, cream, and tan. LADIES' 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. AMUSEMENTS THE TALENTED AUSTRALIAN PAYNE FAMILY, Vocalists, Violinists, Pianistes, and Flautist, CB.-ished by Mr RALPH STEELE, Baritone and Pianist, will appear in Caversham Ball, Oaversham, TO-NIGHT; Templars' Hall, Kaikorai, Tuesday, May 21st; Foresters' Hall, Port Chalmeis, Wednesday, May 22nd; Waikouaili, Thursday, May 23rd. CITY HALL ELITE SKATING RINK. Under Strictest Supervision. Caversham Band Eveiy Evening. Grand Carnival and Ball, 6th and 7th of Jane. TO - NIGHT : LADIES' INVITATION NIGHT. Grand March, 9 o'clock. Look out for the 3-mile Handicap Race for the Championship and Handsome Medal, T. H. WOOTTON, Manager. ALACE SKATING RINK, Mobay Place. Grand Programme of Amusement this week To-night (Monday night), Grand March at 8.30; full Band of Engineers. Thursday Night next, Grand Polo Match, Oamaru versus Palace Rink. Grand March of Illuminated Bicycles ; also. Grand Five-mile Bicycle Race. Saturday Night, grar.d comic Fancy Dress Polo Match. Admission, One Shilling. RINOESS'S THEATRE. SIMONSEN'S ENGLISH AND COMIC OPERA COMPANY. The Manager has much pleaau'e to announce to the Dunedin Public that he will inaugurate a Season of Opera, for POSITIVELY 18 NIGHTS ONLY, and hopes to be aB liberally patronised as on his former visits to this CHy. 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 at Jacobs's. BOSCO WILSON, Agent. GOVERNMENT NOTICES.
NEW ZEALAND RAILWAYS. QUEEN'S BIRTHDAY, 24th MAY. DUNK DIN RACES, 24th AND 25th MAY. FRIDAY, 24th MAY. r IIHE 4 p.m. train from Dunedin to PalmerI ston will not run. A train will leave Dunedin for Palmeraton and ittermediate stations at 5.15 p.m. The 3.15 p.m. North train from Dunedin will stop at any station where required north of Upper Port Chalmers to allow passengers to alight. A train will leave Dunedin for Port Chalmers at 11.15 p.m., returning from Port Chalmers at 11.65 p.m. A train will leave Dunedin for Balclutha and intermediate stations at 11.15 p.m. SATURDAY, 25th MAY. The 3.15 p.m. North train from Dunedin will stop at any station where required north of Upper Port Chalmers to allow passengers to alight. The 4 p.m. train from Dunedin to Palmeraton will not run. A train will leave Dunedin for Oamaru and intermediate stations at 5.15 p.m. On 24th and 25th May trains will run between Dunedin and Forbury every 25 minutes, from 11.30 a.m. to 5.10 p.m. By order. NEW ZEALAND RAILWAYS. Public Works Office, Dunedin, 26th April 1889. r RITTEN TENDERS will be received at this office until noon of Tuesday, the 28th May, 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 lowost or any tender not necessarily accepted. By command, E. R, USSHER, District Engineer. BOARD AND RESIDENCE. UPERIOR Board and Residence for Gentlemen. Mrs Alston, Highbury House, High Street (second house from Graham street). (OMFORTABLB Home, Two Tradesmen; ' 14s weekly, washing included. Mrs Mellor, Leith street, 3rd house from Orange Hotel. COMFORTABLE Board and, Besidence v_/ bath and every accommodation. Mrs T. Knox, Clarke street, off High street..
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