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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4, Issue 7915, 24 May 1889
LATE ADVERTISEMENTS. BE3T Assortment of Waterproofs.—Every Coat sewn throughout; all sizes; 25s to 70s. Clothing Factory, Octagon. f)AA Bovs’ Sailor and Knicker Suits, 6s 6d up. Special; 150 Men’s strong Wellington Tweed Trousers and Yeats, our own make, 19s Gd to 23s 6d. Mollison, Mills, and Co. C. B. P. THE Massive Plate Glass Windows of the CITY BOOT PALACE, With their Choice Samples of the highest class BOOTS and SHOES for Ladies, Gents, and Children, give a fair indication of the varied and beautiful Stock to be found inside. Some of the prettiest designs that could be wished for are now shown for inspection, and the Stock is sufficiently large in quantity and diversified in make-up to meet the wants of all intending purchasers. Inspection invited. Please Note our only Address: CITY BOOT PALACE, Corner George and St. Andrew streets, Dunedin. LADIES’ WINTER GLOVES. LADIES’ WINTER GLOVES. LADIES’ WINTER GLOVES. Brown, ewing, .and c q. 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 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 Euddigore, Florence, Guyon (with large buttons), Russe de Eason, Pique, Ohevrette, Chantilly, etc. (4 and G'Cla*p and buttons, black and colors). LADIES’ SUEDE 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 Astrachan, 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 pRINOESS’S THEATRE. SIMONSEN’S ENGLISH AND COMIC OPERA COMPANY. TO-NIGHT (FRIDAY), MAY 24, Lecocq’s Comic Opera, in three acts, LA FILLE DE MADAME ANGOT. LA FILLE DE MADAME ANGOT. SATURDAY and MONDAY NEXT, MAY 25 and 27, Balfe’s Romantic Opera, in three acts, BOHEMIAN GIRL. TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY NEXT, May 28 and 29, I.eoocq’a Comic Opera, in three acts, GIROFLE GIROFLA. THURSDAY, FRIDAY, AND SATURDAY, MAY 30 and 31 and JUNE 1, Balfe’s Romantic Opera, in three acts, SATANELLA, or THE POWER OF LOVE. Prices of Admission —Dress Circle, ss; Stalls, 3s; Second Stalls. 2a; Pit, Is. Season Tickets, in packets of 18 (transferable, and available any night during the season), L 3 15s. May be had until To-morrow (Saturday), 26th inst., at 2 o’clock, after which date no Season Tickets will be sold. Box Plan at the Dresden Piano Depßt. Day tickets at S, Jacobs’s and A. Allen’s, Princes street. BOSCO WILSON, Agent. PALACE SKATING RINK, Moray Place. TO-NIGHT. TO-NIGHT, GRAND 5-MILE 5-MILE RACE. BICYCLE versus SKATES. BICYCLE versus SKATES. Five of the Fastest Skaters in New Zealand will race to-night. Admission, One Shilling. No charge for use of private skates. ITY HALL ELITE SKATING RINK.— Friday Night, Challenge Race, 2 Miles, between Mr Batchelor and G. Reid. Saturday Night, Grand One-mile Wheelbarrow Race, for Handsome Medal and the Championship, between Drummond and A. Reid. N.B.—Under the patronage every afternoon of Simonsen’s Opera Company. T. H. WOOTTON, Manager. BOARD AND RESIDENCE. SUPERIOR Board and Residence for Gentlemen. Mrs Alston, Highbury House, High street (second house from Graham street). WANTED, 2 Gentlemen Boarders; Christians preferred; terms, 16a 6d, bath, washing included. London House, Cargill street. LOST AND FOUND. LOST, in Ros’yn, Fox-terrier Dog Pup; white body, marked about head. Return Australian Mutual; reward. SHIPPING. FOR SYDNEY VIA LYTTELTON, WELLINGTON, NAPIER, GISBORNE, AND [AUCKLAND. RINGAROOMA, S.S., on SUNDAY, 26th MAY. Passengers and Cargo at specially reduced rates. Passengers from Dunedin Wharf at 11 a.m. Cargo till 1 p.m. Saturday. For further particulars apply to UNION STEAM SHIP COMPANY OF NEW ZEALAND, Limited. UNION STEAMSHIP COMPANY OF NEW ZEALAND (LIMITED). TIME TABLE. (B OAMARU. BEAUTIFUL STAR, s.s.* on Tuesdays and Fridays. Passengers from Dunedin Wharf This Day (Friday) at jYTTBLTON, WELLINGTON, ON. NELSON. TARANAKI, AND UKAU. PENGUIN. s.s„ on lay, 28th May. Passengers from din Wharf at 3 p.m. YTTELTON, WELLINGTON, [ER. GISBORNE, and AUCKLAND, URARAPA, s.s., on Wednesday, 29th Passengers from Dunedin Wharf ,m. Cargo till noon. (YDNBY VIA LYTTELTON, LINGTON. NAPIER. GISBORNE. AUCKLAND.—WAIRARAPA, s.s ednesday, 29th May. Passengers from din Wharf at 3 p.m. Cargo till noon. DNEY VIA LYTTELTON AND LINGTON.—HAUROTO, s.s., about iday, 30th May. ILBOUBNE VIA BLUFF AND ART. ROTOMAHANA, s.s., on iday, SOth May. Passengers from din Wharf at 3 p.m. Cargo till noon. I from AUCKLAND.—MAWHERA bout Saturday 22nd June, NGA AND SAMOA. - WAINUI AUCKLAND, about Wednesday June reight and Passengers booked through, artlculars on application. NGA SAMOA, AND TAHITI.— [MOND s.s„ about Saturday 29th June. SPECIAL CARGO AND PASSENGER SERVICE, Reduced Fares and Cargo Prices. FOB WESTPORT VIA TIMARU, AKAROA, LYTTELTON, WELLINGTON, AND NELSON,—GRAFTON b.b., on Friday, 31st May. Passengers from Dunedin Wharf at 6p. m. Cargo till 2 p.m. FOR GRBYMOUTH (taking cargo for Hokitika) VIA OAMARU, TIMARU. LYTTELTON, AND WBLLINGTON.-HBRALD, b.s., on Tuesday, 28th May. Passengers from Dunedin Wharf at 10 p.m. Cargo till 4 p.m. FOR AUCKLAND VIA OAU&RU. TIMARU, NAPIER. GISBORNE, AND TAURANGA.—OMAPBRB, s.s., about Wednesday, 29th May. Cargo at Wharf, O|TI0?a: Corner of Vogel, Water, and Cumberland streets,
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