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LATE ADVERTISEMENTS' UCHANAN'S, George street, for Oranges, Eating and Cooking Pears, Eating and Cooking Apples, Lemons, Tomatoes (3d lb). IRAPE9, Dates, Figs, Coooanuts, OhestW nuts, Walnuts, etc., at cheapest rates. )ORTOBELLO Bus leaves Dunedin at 9.30 _,*_ to-morrow, leaving Portobello 430 p.m. I'ares. one shilling each way. H. Richmond, proprietor. LATKST shipments of Ulster*, Dolmans, Jackets, and Macintoshes; splendid valuo. Mis Gil, Princes street. MILLINERY.— Largest and Most Choice Assortment in City to choose from. Mrs Gill, Princes street. RE3S Materials, splendid variety. Dress- ■_>■ making under the experienced management of Miss Cab'e. Mrs Gill. Princes street. IAOBS. Races. Spanish Restaurant, bV Princes street south, Dinner ready at Eleven o'clock, Friday and Saturday. and Upwards, personal security, weekly >.,»»,.„' or monthly payments. Otego Loan Office, 69 Prinres street. M. Moss. ACOBS'S Gift Depot.—Novelties in Glasstr ware, novelties in Fancy Goods, novelties in Toys. Visitors respectfully invited. "ACOBS'S Gift DepOt, Hall - marked u Sterling Gold and Silver Jewellery; newest patterns, and astonishingly low prices. n(HOIOE9T Tobaccos, Cigar?, Cigaiettes, ' / Pipes, Sticks, etc. Jacob»,_ tobacconist. Temporary premises - Gift DepOt." JtV Boiling from ljd lb ; excellent quality. Duke, butcher, George street. IPKCIAL. To-morrow being a Holiday, kJ Ladieß are invited to call at Carter's To-night for Drapery or Clothing BARTER AND CO. offer the general Public better value in Drapery or Clothing than any of their competitors. Novelties in all departments. Call eailv. ■ ■"ATS for the Visitor*, Hats for the 8~l Mashers, Hats for the Ploughman, Hats for the Bankers, "AT3 for Good-looking Men. Hats for the jljl Squatter. Hats for the Merchant. At Mastera's, oppo&ito Q TEEN'S Theatrr. Shirts, Ties, Braces, Gloves, Underclothing, "Waterproof Coats, Football Jerseys, and Socks. LOASBY'S Digestive Tonic is positive cure Indigestion, Pains after Eating, Flatulence, Heartburn, Specks before Hyes ; 2j 61. EAF.—A Person cured of Deafness and «_, Noises in the Head of 23 years' standing by a Simple Remedy, wi'l send a description of it Free to any Person who applies to Nicholson, 175 William street, Melbourne. >ALACE Skating Rink—Full Band To- _ morrow Afternoon and Evening. Splendid floor. Special attraction Bicycle versus Skates. for Additions to Residence at Port Chalmers. Plans and fpecificationa at my Offices, Princes street. A. Evan*. ENDERS are invited until noon of Tues- „. day, 28th May, for a Caretaker to the Ravenßbourne Pchool. Specifications of duties to be spbq in the school porch. Tenders to be left with T. RORS, Secretary, Grant street, Rothesay. WATER SUPPLY DEPARTMENT. ENDRRS will bo received in the Town L Clerk's Office urtil 5 o'clock p.m. on Wednesday, 29th inst., for Erecting Workshop of Wood. Specifications may be teen in the City Surveyor's Office. ADAM GIBSON, Town Clerk. Dunedin, 23rd Miy, 1889. CLOSING OF CUMBERLAND STREET. \TOIICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Cum[3l berland street south, from Jetvois street to the Anderson's Bay road, is Closed for Public Traffic for purposes connected with the New Zealand Exhibition. ADAM GIBSON, Town Cleik. Dunedin, 23rd May, 1889. 'AITANGATA RELIEF FUND. STATEMENT OF ACCOUNTS For Year ending 2Gth February, 1889. TRUSTEES' ACCOUNT. Receipts. To ba'ance from last statement ... £424 14 1 „ Interest collected 892 15 0 ~ Repayments investments ... 1,500 0 0 Expenditure. By paid to Executive £1,300 0 0 ~ ~ Petty disbursements ... 5 0 0 ~ Amount on fixed deposit ... 1,000 0 0 „ Balance 512 9 1 Position of Fund. Balance Sundry investments Interest and rent W. M. HODGKINS, for Trustees. Audited and found correct. A. Babtlkman, Auditor. Dunedin, 21st May, 1889. 1-XECUTIVE ACCOUNT. To receipts from Trustees £1,300 0 0 „ ~ Advances repaid ... 33 18 6 ~ Balance due Colonial Bank of New Zealand 100 0 11 By expenditure, alimony, etc. „ Balance due Bank last year Advance Accounts By ra'ance from last year's account £IC9 6 C ~ Advances during year 4 10 G To refunds during year £l3 18 G „ Balances outstanding 139 18 6 £173 17 0 JOHN L. GILLIES, Secretary and Treasurer. Examined and found correct. A. Bamxeman, Auditor. Dunedin, 11th April, 1889. IMPORTANT MUSICAL ANNOUNCEMENT. i/TR CHARLES SANTLEY, the renowned Kl English Baritone, now performing in Victoria, proposes to give Three Concerts in Dunedin during the month of August should sufficient inducement offer. Sabscription lißt now open, and will remain so until the 29th inst., at tho Dresden Piano Company's Depot, Princes street, where full particulars may be obtained. QUEEN'S BIRTHDAY, MAY 24th. DUNEDIN RACES, MAY 24th and 25th. 0-MORROW being the Anniversary of our l Most Gracious Majesty's Birth, there will be a most superior LUNCH in readiness at THE LEVIATHAN HOTEL, from 12 o'clock sharp; and an equally good TEA in the Evening. A. D. SILK, Proprietress. Dunedin, May 18,1889. ROSLYN BOWLING CLUB. * MATCH will be played To-morrow — L (Friday) Morning, 10.30; also a Match on Saturday Afternoon, when the Green will be closed. A. MATHESON, President. FOOTBALL. OAMARU ATHLETIC v. ZINGARI RICHMOND. CALEDONIAN GROUND. FRIDAY, 24TH MAY. Admission, Is; Ladies free; Boys, 6df Kick-off 10.30 a.m.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2, Issue 7914, 23 May 1889

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 Issue 7914, 23 May 1889

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