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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2, Issue 7929, 10 June 1889
LATI! ADVERTISEMENTS. SECOND HA'D Books Bought at Braithvaite’s Book Arcade. eOMCEOP THIO Medicines ffj each at . Loasby’g—three for 2s, six for 8s 6d, 6s dozen post free. CITY OF DUNEDIN. PUBLICANS’, BOTTLE, AND WHOLESALE LICENSE®. Holders of certificates under “The Licensing Act, 1881,” a>e lespectfully reminded that pny such Certificate will become absolutely null and void unless the Licence Fee in respect thereof shall be paid to the City Council within fourteen days after the granting of such Certificate (see Section 70 of the aforesaid Act). ADAM GIBSON. Town Clerk. Bth June, 1889, WE, the Undersigned Tobacconists, have agreed to CLOSE our SHOPS at 9 o’clock p.ra. (Saturdays excepted), from Tuesday next, 11th inst, M. MENDERSHAUSEN. W. SCOTT. A. BERMAN, S, JACOBS. S. F, lANGE, Dunedin, Juno 7,1889. IMPORTANT TO THE LADIES. Mjrtle Amazon Cloth Myrtle Amazon Cloth Myrtle Amazon Cloth Myrt’e Amazm Cloth Myrtle Amazm Cloth Myrtle Amazon Cloth Myrtle Arazon Cloth Myrtle Amazon Cloth Myrtle Amazon Cloth Myrtle Amazon Cloth Myrtle Amazon Cloth Myrtle Amazon Cloth Myrtle Amazon Cloth Myrtle Amazon Cloth Myi tle 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 Amazon Cloth Brown, swing, AND CO. have just received a special shipment of 44inch Myrtle Amazm Cloth, the leading Press Material this season, both in shade and texture, MYRTLES AND BRONZES are the favorite colors in every make of Ladles’ Dress Materials. Our Dress Department is fully stocked with a choice assortment of Fashionable Goods in the above shades. SPECIAL.—4S pieces of Ashburton Dress Twee dr in selected designs ; twenty patterns to pick from; cannot be surpassed for firstclass value; only 23d per yard; any length cut. BROWN, EWING, AND CO. AMUSEMENTS PRINCESS’S THEATRE. Positively the Last Two Nights. SIMONSEN’S ENGLISH AND COMIC OPERA COMPANY. TO-NIGHT (MONDAY), and TO-MORROW, JUNE 10 and 11. On which occasions will be presented Verdi’s Grand Tragic Opera, in four acts, IL TROVATORE. Leonora, Miss Elsa May; Azuceua, Miss Florence Seymour; Manrico, Mr William Wa'she; Count Di Luna, Mr Warwick Gainor; Ferrando, Mr Fred England ; Inez, Miss Ethel Mackay; Ruiz, Mr Percy Shannon; Zlngara, Mr F. Sceats, Soldiers, Nuns, Ladies, etc. Box Plan at the Dresden Piano Dep6t. Day Tickets at S, Jacobs’s and A. Allen’s, Princes street. ALACE SKATING RINK, Moray PLce. TO-NIGHT. TO-NIGHT. MABEL f The World’s 5 SYLVESTER MABEL I Champion Lady | SYLVESTER MAB*LI Trick and Fancy j' SYLVESTER MABEL I Skater, J SYLVESTER In her Serpentines, Zigzags, Spread Eagles, Guido Foot Rolls, Heel Whirl Rolls, Half-foot Rolls, Flying Threes Admission, One Shilling. Doors open at 7 30. N.B.—Tickets now on sale at Jacobs’s and Allen’s, tobacconists, Princes street. CITY HALL SKATING RINK. Und r Competent Supervision, OPEN MORNING, AFTERNOON, AND EVENING. Rett Floor in the Colony. TO-NlGHT—Ladies’ invitation. Saturday Night—Grand 3 Mile Kace (Handicap). Names are now being booked at the effioe for the above contest. E.V. MUTUAL IMPROVEMENT ASSOCIATION MEETING TO MORROW NIGHT, Songs, Readings, Recitations, etc. All invited. PRIMITIVE METHODIST CHURCH, DUNDAS STREET. THE ANNIVERSARY SOIREE will be hold TO-MORROW (TUESDAY) EVENING, at 6.39. Tickets, Is. After the Tea, the Revs. Hudson, Wallace, Smith, Spence, Dutton, and Sharp are expected to Address the Meetlog. Musical selections by the Choir. Chair to be taken by W. D. Stewart, B«j., M.H.R. VOLUNTEER HALL, GREEN ISLAND. A TEA MEETING AND DRAMATIC ENTERTAINMENT in connection with St. Mark’s Church will be held in the above Halloa Friday, 14th June. Tea (6.30 p.m), Is. Entertainment (8 p m.), Is. The Railway Department have kindly agreed to attach a special carriage to train at Abbotsford, arriving in town at 10.45 p.m. LINDEN IVESLEYAN CHURCH. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 12, LIME-LIGHT ENTERTAINMENT. Views of Principal Places of Interest in the World, by Mr T. Scott. Appropriate Readings by the Rev. L. Hudson. Selections by the choir. Proceeds for the Organ Fund. Admission, One Shilling ; Children, Sixpence. T. SUNDERLAND, See. and Treas. PRINCESS’S THEATRE. NEXT THURSDAY EVENING, JUNE 13, CONCERT, WITH TABLEAUX VIVANTS, By Pupils of the Dominican Convent, Assisted by Fall String Band, In aid of the CONVENT SCHOOL BUILDING FUND. Conductor Mb F. Leech, Prices of Admission Dress Circle, 3s ; Stalls, 2s; Pit, Is. Tickets at the Dresden and Messrs C. Begg and Co.’b. Doors open at 7.30 o’clock. Concert at 8 p.m. BANKRUPTCY NOTICE. V. B. GAZETTE IN BANKRUPTCY. The evening star Is dnly appointed Gazette for the publication of all Notices under the Bankruptcy Act, In the Superior Court of Bankruptcy, holden at Dunedin, No. 61. In the matter of “The Bankruptcy Act, 1883,” and the amendments thereof, and in the matter of JOHN WILKIE, of Dunedin, stonemason, a bankrupt, ■vrOTfCE IS HEREBY GIVEN that an J3( Order was made on Monday, the 3rd day of June, 1889, by the Court, Closing the above bankruptcy. And notice is hereby further given that the Court has appointed Monday, the 24th day of June, 1889, at eleven o’clock in the forenoon, or so soon thereafter as Counsel can be heard, for bearing the application of the above-named bankrupt for his Order of Discharge. Dated at Dunedin this 10th day of June, 1889. T, OHEYNB FARNIB, Solicitor for the Bankrupt,
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