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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4, Issue 7933, 14 June 1889
LATE ADVERTISEMENTS. (J. B. I’. fTMTE Massive Plate Glass 'Windows JL of the CITY BOOT PALA.CF, With their Choice Samples of the highest class ROOTS ami SHOES for Ladies, Gents, and Children, give a fair indication of the varied and beautiful Stock to be found inside. Some of the prettiest de-.igns that could be wished for arc now shown for inspection, and the Stork is hutliciently large in <| lantity and diversified in make.-np to meet the wants of all intending purchasers, Insp ction invited. Please. Note our only Address : CITY BOOT PALACE, Corner George and St. Andrew streets, Dunedin. GIVING UP BUSINESS. FINAL CLEARING SALE, For One Month Only. FW. M‘GILL AND CO. beg to inform • the Public generally that they will hold a FINAL CLEARING PALE, for One Month only, and will Clear out their Stock at prices f ar below those generally quoted at rnch sales. Men’s ell-wool Drawers from 2j 9d per pair; Men’s All-wool Flannel Shirts from 2s 9d erch ; Men’s Tweed Trousers, fis lid, fa lid, to 12s Cd per pair; Boys’ Sailor Suita, 6s 3d to 7s 6d each. Exceptional quality and value in Calicoes, Flannels, and Blankets. All other Goods proportionately cheap. During the Sale we will give a Discount of 2s in the £. only. 20 ROYAL ARCADE. Sale Commences SATURDAY, 15th JUNK. AGENT AVAN TED. JH. HOLMES AND CO., Electrical • Engineers, Newcattle-on-Tyne, require Practical and Influential AGENT for Otago. Valuable Specialties. Apply, first instance, to 0. W. WHITE, 10 Crawfoul street, Dunedin, DUNEDIN PLUMPTON COURSING MEETING. JUNE 27th, 28th, and 29th. THE TIME for Receiving Entries for the Waterloo Cup has been Extended till TUESDAY, 18th. There will Not be a BRACELET STAKE this Meeting. HARRY L. JAMES, Secretary. AMUSEMENTS ST. MATTHEW'S SCHOOLROOM, THIS EVENING (Friday). 14 th June. 1889— CONCERT in aid of the Sunday School Fund. Mrs Henry Rose, Miss Maud Ross, Miss J, West, Mr H. B. Smith, Mr Carrick Martin, Mr H. Matthews, Mr E. Towsey; Mr Gully, c’arionct; and Mr Barratt, viola. Admission, One Shilling. Doors open 7.30; Concert at 8 o’clock. pRINCESS’S THEATRE. Sole Lessee and Manager .. Arthur Vivian. GRAND OPENING NIGHT, SATURDAY EVENING, 15th JDNE. Under the Patronage of His Excellency the Governor, the Earl of Onslow, and Countess of Onslow. First appearance in this City of Arthur Vivian’s MELBOURNE OPERA - HOUSE DRAMATIC COMPANY, producing on a lavish scale, with all the original Scenery, Music, and Mechanical Effects, the great Spectacular, Emotional, Military, and immensely Humorous Drama CURRENT CASH! Helen Vivian as Grace Milton, W. O. Carey bb Captain Mark Milton, Arthur Vivian as Ned Bowles ; Marie Wilton, C. Tennyson, and Rose Andrews, Harry Jerdan, N. Griffiths, W. J. Beresford, Frank Bateman, L. Harcourt. and a full staff of Auxiliaries. The Ruined Fort in Afghanistan—Major Challis’s Grounds, London —Banks of the Thames—Pentonville PrisonOne Eye’s Den in Seven Dials. 'Current Cash is now being played at six theat es simultaneously in England, ‘Current Cash’ is a great Moral Drama. Prices : Dress Circle, 4s j Stalls, 2s 6d ; Pit, Is. Box plan at the Dresden Piano Depfit. Day Tickets at S, Jacobs’s and A. Allen’s, Princes street. CHAB. BICHNER, Treasurer, PALACE SKATING RINK, Moray Place, N 0 T I C F. LAST TWO NIGHTS OK MISS MABEL SYLVESTER, CHAMPION LADY SKATER. TO-NIGHT ! TO-NIGHT! Grand Fashionable Night. By special request MISS SYLVESTER Will repeat her GRFAT FIRE ACT! GREAT FIRE ACT! Also, TRICK AND FANCY SKATING. Admission —One Shilling. Doors open at 7-30; performance at 8.30, N,B. —Look out for the Children’s Carnival on Monday and Tuesday Nights, June 17 and 18. QITY HALL SKATING RINK. Best Floor in the Colony. TO-NIGHT: LADIE3’ INVITATION NIGHT, At 9 o’clock a GRAND POLO MATCH will take place—Rink versus Band. Saturday Night—Grand 3-Mile Race (Handicap). T. H. WOOTTON, Manager. MEETINGS. DUNEDIN SOUTH. MR H. S. FISH, Jcn , will ADDRESS the ELECTORS of Dunedin South, at the PRINCESS’S THEATRE, TO-NIGHT, the 14th Jane, at 8 o’clock p.m. His Worship the Mayor will preside. CTAGO UNIVERSITY. A MEETING of Graduates and Students -<c3l of the University will be held at the University TBIS (FRIDAY) EVENING, the 14 th inst., at 8 o’clock, to consider Dr Fitchett’s Bill dealing with the Otago University. Dr Fitchett will address the meeting. PORT CHALMERS ELECTORATE. MR MILLS will bo glad to Meet the Electors of this District at the FORESTERS’ HALL, PORT CHALMERS, Oh MONDAY EVENING. At 8 o’clock. DUNEDIN EAST. Mr JAMBS ALLEN Will be pleased TO MEET THE ELECTORS ON TUESDAY NEXT, the 18th JUNE, IN THE NORTH DUNEDIN DRILL SHED, At 8 o’clock. His Worship the Mayor (S. Myers, Esq.) has kindly consented to take the chair. ST. ANDREW’S CHURCH Blue Ribbon rm y._The usual Monthly Meeting will be held in Hall below Church on SATURDAY, 15th inst., at 8 p.m. All are invited. Admission Free. OTAGO CHESS CLUB. |yyy EETINGS of the Club will be held EVERY SATURDAY EVENING At the Excelsior Hotel, Princes street. GOVERNMENT NOTICED V. R. NEW ZEALAND RAILWAYS. : FOOTBALL MATCHES AT MOSQIBL. ON SATURDAY, 13th June, Passenger Carriages will be attached to the Train leaving Dunedin for Mosgiel at 2.5 p.m. Saturday return fares. By order,
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