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LATE ADVERTISEMENTS. MILLIONS of New School Books, Exercise Books, and School Requisites, Cheaper than ever. Braithwaite’s Book Arcade. FRANK HYAMS offers Electro and Silver Plate and Clocks at discount 20 per cent, during June. ILLIAM PATRICK 200 Princes street, Can now supply the public with MERINO WETHERS, OF EXCEPTIONAL QUALITY, Bred and grazed by John M'Lean, Esq., of Redcastle, OTAGO EDUCATION BOARD, APPLICATIONS, accompanied by Certificates and Testimonials, will be received up till Tuesday, the 18th inst., from Teachers qualified to fill the following vacancies: — Portobello—Mistress; salary, LBO. Te Houka—Teacher (female); salary, L7O. Stoneburn—Teacher (female); salary, L7O. P. G. PRYDE. Secretary, IMPORTANT 1 Myrtle Amazon Cloth Myrtle Amazon Cloth Myrtle Amazon Cloth Myrt'e Amazon Cloth Myrtle Amazon Cloth Myrtle Amazon Cloth Myrtle Amazon Cloth Myrtle Amazon Cloth Myrtle Amazon Cloth Myrtle Amazon Cloth Myrtle Amazon Cloth Myrtle Amazon Cloth Myrtle Amazon Cloth Myrtle Amazon Cloth Myrtle Amazon Cloth Myrtle Amazon Cloth Myrtle Amazon Cloth Myrtle A mazon Cloth Myrtle Amazon Cloth Myrtle Amazon Cloth Myrtle Amazon Cloth Myrtle Amazon Cloth Myrtle Amazon Cloth Myrtle Amazon Cloth Myrtle Amazon Cloth Myrtle Amazon Cloth Myrtle Amazon Clctlr Myrtle Amazon Cloth Myrtle Amazon Cloth BROWN, EV 0 THE LADIES. Brown, swing, AND CO. have just received a special shipment of 44inch Myrtle Amazon Cloth, the leading Dress Material this season, both in shade and texture. MYRTLES AND BRONZES are the favorite colors in every make of Ladies’ Dress Materials. Our Dress Department is fully stocked with a choice assortment of Fashionable Goods in vho above shades. SPECIAL.—4S pieces of Ashburton Dress Tweeds in selected designs ; twenty patterns to pick from; cannot be surpassed for firstclass value; only 23d per yard; any length cut. ING, AND CO, AMUSEMENTS PRINCESS'S THEATRE. Positively the Last Three Nights of Simonren’s English and Comic Opera Company. To-night (Saturday), H.M.S. PINAFORE. And, by general desire of the Subscribers anl the Public at large, between the acts, Mr Martin Simonatu will perform some of his Wonderful Violin Solos, so much admired over the civilised world. Also, To-night Mr William Densem has kindly consented to give his services and play tbe part of Sir Joseph Porter, K.C.B. Monday and Tuesday next, Last Two Nights of the .Season, Verdi’s Tragic Opera, in four acts, ‘ll Trovatore.’ Box Plan at the Dresden Piano Dcpdf. Day Tickets at S. Jacobs’s and A. Allen’s, Princes street. PALACE SKATING RINK, Moray Place. TO-NIGHT (SATURDAY), TO-NIGHT, GREAT 2-MILE RACE ON SKATES. NOTICE. MONDAY NIGHT, at 8.30, MABEL SYLVESTER, World’s Champion Lady Trick and Fancy Skater. Full Bind of Engineers every evening. Admission, One Shilling, to all parts of the house. N,B Tickets at Jacobs’s and Allen’s, tobacconists. Primes street. QITY HALL SKATING RINK. TJnd-r Competent Supervision. OPEN MORNING, AFTERNOON, AND EVENING. Best Floor in the Colony. Watch Advertisements Next Week. T. H. WOOTTON. SAVAGE CLUB. THE FIRST LADIES’ EVENING of the above Club will be held in St. Matthew’s Schoolroom on MONDAY, 10th inst., at 8 p.m. Tickets (price 2s (sd) may be obtained by members on application to the Treasurer (Mr F. Stilling). J, W. CARGILL, Hon. Secretary. gT. MATTHEW’S SCHOOLROOM. FRIDAY EVENING, JCNEI4, CONCERT in Aid of the Sunday School Funds. Mrs Rose, Miss Maud Ross, Miss J. West, Miss A. F. Wilson, Mr H. B, Smith, Mr Garrick Martin, Mr H. Matthews, Mr B. Towsey, Mr Gully (clarionet), and Mr Banett (viola) will take part, Admission Is, NORTH DUNEDIN HALL. A GRAND SOCIAL DANCE in connection t\, with the Valley Lodge, P.A.F.S.A., will be held iu the above Hall on FRIDAY, the 21st June, 1380. Dancing to commence at 8.30 p.m. Admission: Doub’e Ticket, 2s Cd. J. BROWN, Secretary. PENINSULA NAVAL ARTILLERY VOLUNTEERS. JIIFTH ANNIVERSARY BALL IN TUB DRILL HALL, ANDERSON’S BAY, FRIDAY, 28th INSTANT. BANKRUPTCY NOTICE. v. GAZETTE IN BANKRUPTCY. THE EVENING STAB Is duly appointed Gazette for the publication of all Notices under the Bankruptcy Act, In the Superior Court of Bankruptcy, holden at Dunedin. No. 510. In the matter of “The Bankruptcy Act, 1883,” and the Amendments thereof, and in the matter of the Bankruptcy of JOHN GRAY, of South Dunedin, Butcher. "VTOTICB IS HEREBY GIVEN that by J3I an order of this honorable Court made on the 7th day of June, 1889, the above-named Bankruptcy was declared Closed. And notice is hereby further given that Monday, the Ist day of July, 1889, at 11 o’clock in the forenoon, has been appointed as the day for hearing the said Bankrupt’s application for his Order of Discharge. Dated this Bth day of June, 1889. JAMES ASHCROFT, Official Assignee. GOVERNMENT NOTICES. v. B. NEW ZEALAND RAILWAYS. CONTRACT FOR ERECTION OF TWO DWELLING-HOUSES Near Dunedin Railway Station. WRITTEN TENDERS, to be addressed to the New Zealand Railway Commissioners, and marked outside “Tender for Dwelling-houses, Dunedin,” will be received at this office up to 10 a.m. Saturday, 22nd June, 1889, , Plans, specifications, and forms of tender may be seen at this office. The lowest or any tender will not necessarily be accepted, _ By order of the N.Z. Railway Commissioners, THOS. O. MALTBY, Resident Engineer, Railway Offices, ' Dowling street, Dupedip.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4, Issue 7928, 8 June 1889

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 Issue 7928, 8 June 1889

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