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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2, Issue 7913, 22 May 1889
LATE ADVERTISEMENTS. REMSEARDT AND CO., opposite Union Steam Snip Company, are paying exceptional prices for all descriptions of > ABBITSEINS in large and small quan- \> tities, having to fill extensive orders. Net cash on delivery. I 'E are Cash Buyers of Rabbitskins in any * y quantity. Arthur M'Donald and Co., Bond street. TEW Shades in 2, 4, and 5-ply Fingering ±)i Berlin FJeecy and Merino Wools. Miss dough. LOT ol Underclothing, slightly soiled, to _ be cleared at reduced prices, Miss Clough, George Btreet. "VTEW ZEALAND and South Seas ExhibiJ3I tion. —Persons engaged in the Erection oi above buildings can get best Meals and Beds in town at Spanish Restaurant, Princes street south. Meals, 61—at all hours. Beds, Is. Night porter kept. "ONEY at low rate of interest, personal . or other security. R. Francis (upstairs), next Athenseum. iv| "ESSRS FITCHBTT AND THORNTON, JJtJL Solicitors, Manse street, have Money to Lend on freehold securities. "RS HENDERSON, Nurse, Glen road, . Mornington, has Opened a Comfortable Home for P*tients (lying-in and others) in a healthy locality. Excellent accommodation for Invalids and Convalescents. JENDERS Wanted for Plumbers Work. Apply on j ib, Laing street, Caverßham. Closo Friday, noon. IKNDEKS Wanted for Painting, Plumbing, .n. and Plastering. Apply Ford and Agn«w, Fglinton. LENDERS Wanted for Erection of Brick _■_ Shed, labor only. E. O'Reilly, coal merchant, Cumberland street. RENDERS will be received in the Town „. Clerk's Offico until 5 o'clock p.m. on Wednesday, 29th inst, 1, For Supplying and Delivering 2,600 cubic yards of Blueßtone Metal. 2. For Tarring Bridges. Specifications may be seen in the City Surveyor's Office. ADAM GIBSON. Town Cleik, Dunedin, 22nd May, ISB9. DUNEDIN NAVAL ARTILLERY. , H lENDERS will be received until Thursday, J the 30th May, for Building a BOAT SHED for the above Corps'. Plans aniS specifications to bo seen at Captain Jacobs'? Bull and Mouth Hotel, Maclaggan street. Byroder. R. FREDRIO, Hon. Secretary of Boating Committee, TO THE NERVOUS AND DEBILITATED CONSULT BARRON GARDNER (late of Suffolk street, Pall Mall, London, England), Specialist in Diseases of Gonito-Urinary Organs and Nervous System. Consult him on Nervous Debility, Physical Exhaustion, the Indiscretions of Youth, Seminal Losses, Spermatorrhoea, Skin, Venereal, and allied Disorders. Barron Gardner has made these diseases a lifelong study, and he has had the very great practical advantage of a very large private practice, extending over a period of thirty year?. Consultation, 10 to 9 p.m. The Gardner Eclectio Medical Institute, a fewdoors from the Palace Skating Rink, Morayplace, Dunedin. UNEDIN MAY RACES. J FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, MAY 24th and 25th. FIRST RACE starts at 12 o'clock each day. Admi3eion to Grand Stand, r>«. SYDNEY JAMES, Secretary. IMPORTANT MPSICAL ANNOUNCEMENT. JTE CHARLES SANTLEY, the renowned yJL English Baritone, now performing in Victoria, proposes to give Three Concerts in. Dunedin during the month of August should. sufficient inducement offer. Subscription list now open, and will remain so until the29tl< Inst., at the Dresden Piano Company's DepOr,. Princes street, where full particulars may be obtained. AKARI RIFLES will PARADE at Roslyn Council Chambeis on FRIDAY, 24th inst. at 9 a.m. Greatcoats ami Havers-irks as per General Order. f?. HAIGH, Captain Commanding W.P, BOWLING-DUNEDIN GREEN. .'T IS INTENDED (weather permitting) to -I CLOSE THE SEASON witli a general Rink Match on FRIDAY (Queen's Birthday), and all members are requested to attend. Play commences at 10 a.m. A. MOW AT, President LAr IKS' WINTER GLOVES. LADIES' WINTER GLOVES. LA DIPS' WINTER GLOVES. ROWN, EWING, AND CO. ■_V have much pleasure in intimating to their Lady Patrons that the Glove Department is fully fltneked with New Winter Gloves of every description—only leliahle makes kept in stock. Our Homo Buyer* have inst'uetions to send Loading Novelties by every Direct Steamer. Customers and Visitors can rely on getting the* newest Promenade, Evening, Riding, and Driving Glovfs. LADIES' KTD GLOVES.—The Ruddigore, Florence. Guvon (with large buttons). Russe do Kason, Pique, Ohevrette. Chantilly, etc. (4 and 6 cla'p and buttons, black and colors). LADIES' SUEOE 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. CBILDREN'3 GLOVES.-Choice selection, suitable for the winter season, BROWN, EWING, AND CO. LOST AND FOUND. OUND, Watch, near North-east Valley; 1 owner can have same by paying expenses. " Watch," Star Office. S Reward.—Lost, this afternoon, small i_ \J Green Parse, containing money. Ad dress Mr Benjamin, fruiterer, George street. ]" OST, on Saturday, at Green Island, Stirrup J Leather and Iron. Reward at Richardson's Hotel or ' Advocate' Office. LOST, Meerschaum Pipe, with case, between Green Island and Saddle Hill Hotel. Reward on returning to P. Casey, Princes street. soath. j " OST, Fox-terrier Dog; left ear torr. J Finder rewarded on returning to A. Mollison, Roslyn; or, Mollison, Mills, George street. Any person detaining same after this date will be prosecuted. GOVERNMENT NOTIOES. NEW ZEALAND RAILWAYS. QUEEN'S BIRTHDAY, 24th MAY. DUNEDIN RACES, 24th AND 25th MAY. FRIDAY, 24th MAY. HE 4 p.m. train from Dunedin to Palmer- „ ston will not run. A train will leave Dunedin for Palmerston and intermediate 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 11,55 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 Palmerstou 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 11,80 a.m. to 5.10 p.m. By order.
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