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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3, Issue 7923, 3 June 1889
LATE ADVERTISEMENTS. 71XHIBITI0N RESTAURANT. EXHIBITION Restaurant and Dining Rooms, 190 Princes street south; tvitbin two minutes' walk of 71XUIB1TION Building, Post Oifice, and jtli Tramway Terminus. In opening the above it will be my utmost ENDEAVOR to have everything of the Best Quality, combined with Cleanliness and Civility, trusting to my 71RIENDS and Public for a ahare of their .J patronage. Meals at all hours ; Fish and Tripe Suppers; Grills. Private Rooms for Ladies, John Maxwell. lENDERS Wanted for certain Survey*: _ will be received until 2 o'clock p.m. of Tuesday, the 11th day of June inßt., at the Otago Harbor Board Office, Dunedin, where specific!. - tion m»y be seen and information obtained. A depssit of Ten Pounds cash or marked cheque to be lodged with tender. The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted. Land transfer fees or stamps not to be included in tender, and time of execution to be in accordance with Board's solicitors' requirements. ' 3rd June, 1889. JOHN L. GILLIES. Seoretary. NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP. OTIOE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the I Partnership for some time part carried on at Dunedin between me George M'Gavin, one Alexander M'Gregor, and one William Henry Smith, undt r the style or firm of " M'Gavin, M'Gregor, and Smith," as Brewers. Bottlers, and Maltster?, was dissolved as from the sth day of April, 1889. All debts dte to the said firm mu3t be pai 1 to me, this said Giorge M'Gavin; and all debts owing by the said firm will be paid by me. and I alone will in future carry on the Faid Business under the style of " M'Gavin and Co." GEORGE M'GAVIN. jIAM PATRICK, ' 200 PniN'CES STREET, Can now supply the public wifh MERINO WETHERS, OF EXCEPTIONAL QUALITY, Bred and grazed by John M'Lean, of Redeastle. PANDERS will bo received by the Dunedin - Jockey Olub until 12 o'clock on Tuesday for CARTING Sand and Soil, at per yard (400 loads, more or less), from the Auderson's Bay Quarry to the Racecourse, as per specification, SYDNEY JAMES, Secretary. IMPORTANT TO THE LADIES. Myrtle Amazon Cloth T>ROWN, EWING, Myrtle Amazon Cloth JL> AND CO. have Myrtle Amazon Cloth just received a special Myrt'e Amazon Cloth shipment of 44;nch Myrtle Amazon Cloth Myrtle Amazon Olotb, Myrt;e Amazon Cloth the hading Dress MaMyrtlo ATazon Cloth terial this season, both Myrtle Amazon Cloth in Ehade and texture. Myrtle Amazon Cloth Myrtle Amazon Cloth MYRTLES AND Myrtle Amazon Cloth BRONZES are the faMyrtle Amazon Cloth vorite colors in every Myi tie Amazon Cloth make of Ladies' Dress Myrtle Amazon Cloth Materials. Our Dress Myrtle Amazon Gloth Department is fully Myrtle Amazon Cloth Btockcd with a choice Myrtle Amazon Cloth assortment of FashionMyrtle Amazon Cloth able Goods in the above Myrtle Amazon Cloth shades. Myrtle Amazon Cloth Myrtle Amazon Cloth SPECIAL.-45pieces Myitlo Amazon Cloth of Ashburton Dres* Myrtle Amazon Cloth Tweeds in selected deMyrtle Arrazon Cloth signs ; twenty patterns Myrtle Amazon Cloth to pick from ; cannot Myrtle Amazon Cloth bo surpissed for firstMyrtle Amazon Clcth class value; only 23d Myrtlo Amazon Cloth per yard ; any length Myitie Amazon Cloth cut. BROWN, EWING, AND CO. AMUSEMENTS PRINCESS'S THEATRE. SIMONSEN'S ENGLISH AND COMIC OPERA COMPANY. TO-NIGHT (MONDAY), And TO-MORROW (TUESDAY), June 3 and 4. Planquette'u Oomio Opera in three Acts, LES CLOOHES DE CORNKVILLE. Serpolette, Miss Elba. May ; Geimaine, Miß3 Florence Seymour; Christophe, Miss Ethel Mackay'; Manette, Miss May St. John; Susanne, M\sb Lucy Cobb; Jean, Miss Julia Beaumont; Francoise, Miss Maggio Brusnan; Henry, Marquis de Corneville, Mr Warwick Gainor; Bailie, Mr George Dean; Gobo, his clerk, Mr Erskine Scott; Grcnicheux, Mr Percy Shannon; Gaspard, a miser, Mr Tom Pollard. Sailors. Peasants, Fishermen, Coachmen, etc. WfcDNESDAY and THURSDAY, NEXT, Gounod's Masterpiece, in five acts, FU7ST! FAUST! FRIDAY and SATURDAY, JUNE 7 and 8, H.M.i*. PINAFORE; And, by general desire of the Subscribe'B an! the Public at large, between the acts, Mr MARTIN SIMONSEN will on each of these two nights perform some of hiß WONDERFUL VIOLIN SOLOS, so much admired over the civiliped world. Prices of Adm'ssion—Dress Circle, ss; Stalls, 3s; Second Stalls. 2s; I it, le. Box Plan at the Dresden Piano Day tickets at S. Jacobs's and A. Allen's, Princes street. piTY HALL SKATING RINK. ladies invitation to-night, a grand fancy dress carnival Will beheld on Next THURSDAY AND FRIDAY EVENINGS, To be followed by a FANCY and PLAIN DRESS BALL At 10.30 o'clock on the Friday Evening. Rohertshaw's String Pand specially engaged. GKAND MARCH of COSTUMED SKATERS At 8 30 each evening. GENERAL SKATING from 9.30 to 10.80. Tickets for Bill-Single. 2s 6d; Double, 4-. Splendid Dress Circle for Onlo kers. TheCaversham Brass Band (30) in full uniform. Doors open at 7.30 General admission, Is. T. H. WOOTTON, Manager. A LACE SKATING RINK, Moray Place. Now Open Daily—Morning, Afternoon, and EveniDg, for Ladies and Gentlemen. Engineers' Band every i vening. Admis ion, One Shilling. N.B.—Look out for the Champion Lady Skater of the World, Miss Mabel Sylvester. Will appear shortly at Palace Rink. BOARD AND RESIDENCE. SUPERIOR Board and Residence for GentleO men. Mrs Alston, Highbury House, High street (=rcond house from Graham street). "RS HENDERSON, Nurse, Glen load 'Mornington, has Opened a Comfortable Home frr Patients (lying-in and others) in a healthv locality. Excellent accommodation for Invalids and Convalescents. MEETINGS, YOUNG WOMEN'S CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION, Moray place. TN connection with the above Association, a L Course of Lessons on Laundry Work will begin on Tuesday Eveninp, June 4. at 7 p.m Admission, 31. And on Friday Afternoon, at 3 p.m. Admission, 6d. Afternoon and Evening Lessons to be continued for six weeks. DUNEDIN WEST. 'R W. DOWNIE STEWART will Address the Electors on Wednesday Fvenine, the sth inst., at eight o'clock, in the Public Hall, North-east Valley. rHE ORDINARY GENERAL MHETING of the Shareholders of the Perpetual Trustee', Estate, and Agency Company of New Zeahnd, Limited, will be hold at the registered Offioe of the Company, corner of Vogel and Rattray streets, on MONDAY, the 10th day of Jure, 1889, at 3 p m. WALTER HISLOP, Minager. Business : Consideration of Statement of Income and Expenditure and Balance-sheet, Reports of Directors and Auditor;, or any other business referred to in Article No. 50 of the Articles of Association of the Company. LOST AND FOUND. TRAYED, fortnight ago, Turkey; if not Kj claimed 3 days will be sold. Mrs Cunningham Dunda* street. TIOUND, a Sheep. Owner can have same by * applying Hope terrace, George Btreet, and paying expenses.
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