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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3, Issue 7916, 25 May 1889
LATE ADVERTISEMENTS' IMPORTANT MUSICAL ANNOUNCEMBNT. JTB, CHARLES SANTLEY, the renowned rX English Baritone, now performing in Victoria, proposes to give Three Concerts in Duncdin during the month of August should suihVeut inducement offer. Sabscription list now open, and will remain so until the 29th inst., at the Dresden Piano Company's Depflt, Princes street, where full particulars may be obtained. FOR SALE, , ALUABLE SHEEP P.UN IN THE WAIRATT VALLEY, PROVINCE OF MARLBOROUGH, NEW ZEALAND. The Property conaists of—--20,571 acres freehold 109,834 acres Government leasehold Annual rent of leasehold, L' 23. Together with about 34,000 sheep 500 head of cattle 40 horses, etc., etc. The property is v ell fenced, being subdivided into numerous paddocks, which are well watered; and the whole concern is in first-class going order, The freehold consists of about two-thirds flat land of good quality, portion of which is under English grass, the balance beiDg low hills, which carry excellent feed for stock. The leasehold conists of healthy hill country, intersected by rich valleys and occasional flat land. The sheep are of a good class, and are improving every year, a large amount of money having been expended in procuring good breeding stock. The cattle are also of good quality, and a ready sale is always found for the surplus in the neighboring markets. For farther particulars apply to NEW ZEALAND LOAN & MERCANTILE AGENCY COMPANY, LIMITED, Dunedin. DONALD STRONACH, Manager. TO FARMERS AND GRAZIERS. fE have for Sale, at Lowest Current ' Prices, and of Best QualityCalcutta Corusacks Woolpacks, full weight Binding Twine (Manila and flix) Seaming Twine (Belfast) New Season's Ryegrass Seed (local and Poverty Bay) New Cocksfoot Seed Maiden Island Guano Phosphorus Cooper's Sheep Dip Graham's Footrot Cure Johnson's Ensilage Cresses Gascoigne's Champion Woolpress the handiest and cheapest press in the market; And all other Farm and Station Requisites. We have unequalled facilities for handling and storing grain. THE NEW ZEALAND LOAN AND MERCANTILE AGENCY COMPANY, Lmo. Donald Stbonaoh, Manager, Dunedin MEETINGS. ■ANOVER STREET BAPTIST CHURCH . —Sunday Services: Morning, 11 a.m., evening, 6.30 p.m. Rev. A. North Minister. Maori Hill, evening N.E. Valley, 1.1 a.m., 6.30 p.m. ; Kaikora' School-house, 6.30 p.m. "ORTH DUNEDIN PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. The REV. J. GIBSON SMITH Will Preach To-morrow Morning and Evening. All sittings free at the Evening Service. HORAL HALL, MORAY PLACE. / Evangelistic Service. Mr A. Erunton To-morrow (Sunday) Evening Choir sings from 6.30. Service at 7. Sunday, 11 a.m., and at 6.30 p.m. proclaim Bible Truths that ought to come from ihe. pulpit. You are earnestly invited. Nl collection. IVANGELISTIO Meeting in Farley's Hall lli To-morrow Night, at 7. Seats free and no collection. T. ANDREW'S CHURCH. KJ Morning and Evening, REV. RUTHERFORD WADPELL, M.A. All sittings free at the Evening Service. IHALMERS PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH, K/ O.F. HALL, Stuart street. REV. J. M. FRASEU will Preach Tomorrow Morning and Evening. CHURCH OF CHRIST. JHE TABERNACLE, Great King street. Services To-morrow: Morning at 11. Evening 6.30. No Collections. Seats Free. IRINITY WESLEYAN CHURCH.— L 11, Mr B. H. BLAIR; 6 30, Rev. G. W. •T. SPENCE. Cargillroid Chuich—ll Rev. G. W. J. SPENCE; 6.30, Mr W. H, BANDERSON. Lt SAINTS' CHURCH. j. X. To-morrow : Matins and Holy Communion 11 ».m. At 6.?.0 p m the first of Three Sunday Evening Lrctu<-es on < HONEST DOUBT.' 10NGREGATTONAL CHURCH, \j Moray plaob. Services To-morrnw at 11 a.rr. and 6.30 p.m. Rev. W. A. EVANS. Morning: 'The Divine Order.' Evening: ' The Gospel of the Poor' (the Franciscans). "i HUR O H OF CHRIST Vj Meet for Worship at Athenamra Hall, Octagon, Lord's Day Morning, at 11 o'clock: proclamation of the Gospel at 645 p.m. A review of Mr Brunton's last night's discourse, in which he condemns the teaching of Conditional Immortality. All invited. SeUs Free. |fc collection. lIRST CHURCH. Rv. PROFESSOR WATT, D.D , To-morrow Morning and Evening. All Sittings Free at the Evening Service. OTAGO ACCLIMATISATION SOCIETY. rHE ANNUAL MEETING of the above Society will be held in the Provincial Government Buildings on TUESDAY, 28th inst., at 3 30 p.m. JAME3 EDGAR, Hon. Sec. OTAGO BIBLE SOCIETY. JHE ANNUAL MEETING will be held in f-e Hull of theY.W.O.A., Moray pl«ce, on MONDAY EVENING, at 7.30 o'clock. The Revs. R. Porter, D. Dutton, G. Spence, and F. Walker will take part in the proceedings. A collection will be made in aid of the funds oF the society. PROTECTION LEAGUE. GENERAL MEETING of Members, at _ i_ wh'ch a full attendance is requested, will be held in the OofrVe Palace on Monday Next, 27th inst., at 8 o'clook p.m. Business: To Elect Delf gates to Annual Conference to be held at Ohristcburch, and to decide on line of polioy to be taken by Baid Delegates there. W. DICKSON, Hon. See. LOST AND POUND, ' OST, in Ros'yn, Fox-terrier Tog Pup} J white body, marked about head. Return Australian Mutual; reward. LO3T, on Sunday, at Bond, Poodle Slut, white. Return Beierstoif, Bay View roud, South Dunedin. Reward. TOST, between St. Kilda and Caversham, J White Shawl. Finder Rewarded by returning Dawson's Store. SK Kilda. LOST, Bank Book, between Water Leith and Savings Bank. Finder please • return Dunedin Pavings Bank. LOST, on Fairfield or Saddle Hill, Bioyole Brake Handle, Finder please return to Crane's Hotel, Fairfield, or Melville, Ootagon. SHILLINGS RewarJ.—' ost, Stolen, or Dog; white breast, white ring round neck; registered collar on neck, No. 116, O.M. Any-, one returning the Fame to Archibald Stanaway, Mornington, will receive the above reward; anyone detaining same after thiß notice will be prosecuted. OUND, Woollen Shawl; owner have same by paying expenses. Mrs J. G. Soptt, Cameron street, Kensington.
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