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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3, Issue 7943, 26 June 1889
LATE ADVERTISEMENTS, HAKTRrVi GREAT SALE a decided bucLy cfsa.—Fresh Rai gains daily. I" Hpite of the bad weather, Carter's Establishment crowded with buyers; tall tally. IJASTA MACK, U>v Hath and Toilet use, AT BANNISTER'S "GRAND rHARMACY," High street. FOR SALE, Mfh i INCUBATORS aad all appliances L fo Rearing Chickens ; also 2 (two) dozen Andalusian Fowls will bo Sold for Half Cost, owner leaving colony. Apply HARTY AND CO., Bond street. PUNEDItf PLUMPTON COURSING MEETING. THURSDAY, FRIDAY, AND SATURDAY, JUNE 27th, 28th, and 29th. iIIRST COURSE will start at 12 o'clock. ' Admission, 2i Gd. Ladies free. HARRY L. JAMES, Secretary, ■ 0 N E Y TO LUND On Freehold Security, at 0 Per Cent. SIEVWRIGHT AND JAME?, 14 HIGH STREET.
..UVENILE CLOTHING. JUVENILE CLOTHING. JUVKNILE CLOTHING. TWO SPECIAL LINES. TWO SPECIAL LINES. TWO SPECIAL LINE 3. MiOWN, EWING, AND CO. can with __> confidenco request Heads of Families to Inspect tbo following Two Special Lines of Boys' Clothing : FiRST LINE.—7. r > Boys' Mottled Cord Suits, sizes from 1 to 8, prices 9s (id to 17s 6d; decidedly natty looking and very dmable; specially adapted for this climate. SECOND LINE. —l3O Bovb' and Youths Colonial Tweed Overcoats, with detached cape, selected pattorus, and our own manufacture. All Sizes in Stock, prices from 17s Gd to 2"». JUVENILE CLOTHING. JUVENILE CLOTHING. JUVENILE CLOTHING. 'TWO SPECIAL LINES. TWO SPECIAL LINES. TWO SPECIAL LINES. ALBERT BUILDINGS (Opposite Chief Post Office), Princes street. ONSTER SALE OK THK ENTIRE WHOLESALE STOCK OF DRAPERY, CLOTHING, AND MERCERY, Of the well-known Firm of MESSRS SCLANDERS AND CO., Whole ale Warehousemen and Manufacturers, Hereford street, Christchurch, Amounting to L 17.000. PPF.crAi.LY Note.—This is the First Wholesale Drapery Stock that has been offered to the Public. It is New, Fresh, and Fashionable, and as we are not continuing business, the whole will bo Slaughtered to effect an Early Entire O'earance. SALE NOW ON. Open from 9 a.m. to G p.m. Saturday', 9 a.m. to 10 p.m. GLENDINING AND DOBIE, Albert Buildings (oppasite General Post Office).
AMUSEMENTS PALACE SKATING KINK, MnitAY ]'i,ai;k, Unparalleled Huccphs of tlio K INHSLEY IiKOIHERS. Amlienco Spellbound. 'J ho MoHt Sensational Perfoimance. TO-NIGHT ! TO-NIGHT ! KINGSLKY BROTHERS, Champion Trick, Fancy, and Douhle Burlesque Bicycle Riders. Dont forget Tc-night, GREAT ONE-MILE RAOF. KINGSLKY ) f CROCKFORD on the > Vunsi'B - On the BICYCLE J I SKATES. N.B. Don't forget tho Palace Carnival, July 22 and 23. W. CROOKFORD, Manager. HALL SKATING RINK NHXT SATURDAY AFTERNOON and KVENING-MISS MABEL SYLVESTER will make her final appearance at tho above Rink. TO-NIGHT, Grand Oomic Race, Tricycle vcrnus Skates. Don't fail to see the Masher's first attempt at racing. This hand some Tiicycle has been kindly lent by Mr Melville, of tho Octagon, for this special occasion. Don't foiget tho Grand Masquerade Carnival, 4th and sth July next. T. H. WOOTTON, Manager.
PRINCESS'S THEATRE. Le3Beoand Manager ... Arthur Vivian. This Evening, at eighty Arthur Vivian's Famous Dramatic Aggregation THE WOMAN OF TBE PEOPLE; 03, THE HORRORS OF DRIMC. llelen)Vivian, W. G. Carey, Arthur Vivian, and Full Cast. New Scenery, ote. Prices— 4s, 2s Cd, and Is. FIRST CHURCH OK OTAGO. A CONCERT will bo given in the Hall of the Church TBIS (Wednesday) EVENING) by the Choir, under the direction of Mr J. Timsun, organist and choirmastpr, commencing at 8 o'clock. Soloists: Mrs Stevenson, Misses Mollison and Adam?, Messrs Lar.e, Littlej >hn, Wilson, T- rid, and Morrison. Solo pianist and accompanist, Mr J. Timson. Ad mission, One Shilling. )HE HOLY CITY.' JL A Sacred Cantata will be given by the Caversham Choral Society on Thursday, 27th June. Fianint, Miss Farr; Organist, Miss E. French; Conductor, Mr J Dickeon. Front seats, 2s ; back seats, Is ; Children, Half-price. Doors open at 7.30 ; Conoort, 8 o'clock. Organ used kindly lent by Dresden Co. A. TODD, Hon. Fee. PENINSULA NAVAL ARTILLERY. NNUAL BALL, ANDERSON'S BAY HALL, FRIDAY. Dancing 8.;50. Meyer (Roslyn) Caterer. IREEN ISLAND SKATING RINK. r VOLUNTEER HALL. MISS MABEL SYLVESTER, The celebrated Lady Skater, will Perform at the above Rink on 27th and 2Sth JUNE INST. Admbbion - ONE SHILLING, Commencing at half-past eight p.m. Performance on 28th will be concluded by a Dance. Admiseion-TWO SHILLINGS. Refreshments provided. MR GEORGE CRAWFORD, M.C. WM. S. WILLIAMS, Proprietor,
BOARD AND RESIDENCE. BNTLEMAN wishes Board and Residence vj< with comfortable Home in Christian family. Particulars to " Musical," Stau Office. LOST AND FOUND. \j <tgo. Finder rewarded on returning to Lambton, Jetty street. 103T, a largo Mat, betweon Stuart street J and Roslyn; reward. Jas. S. Maitland, clothier, Moray place FOUND, Black Newfoundland Dog j registered 1889, Maori Hill; number on collar, 10. Apply City Tramway Office. LOST, a Watered-ribbon AVatchguard and Stone Locket, gold mounted. Finder rewarded by leaving with Mr Ro=s, watchmaker, Arcade. ' Oi.T, a Pair of Gold Spectacles; finder reJ warded. Apply Mrs Kroon, confectioner, George street. ' OST, from Moßgiel, on the 9th, FoxJ terrier; white, with black spots on the head. Pleaso return to J. Fleming, Princes street south; reward.
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