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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4, Issue 7949, 3 July 1889
AMUSEMENTS PRINCESS’S THEATRE. ARTHUR VIVIAN’S POWERFUL DRAMATIC COMPANY. Fourth Year on Tour. THIS AND TO-MORROW EVENINGS, EAST LYNNE. Friday and Saturday, LADY AUDLEY’S SECRET, and SAM. Prio^B—4s, 2b 6d, and Is. CITY HALL SEATING RINK. Dowling street. A GRAND MASQUERADE CARNIVAL Will be held on TO MORROW AND FRIDAY EVENINGS, July 4th and sth. Grand March of Masked Skaters at 8.43 each Evening. General Skating for the Public from 9 o’clock to 10.30. TO-NIGHT, GRAND 8-MILE RACE, Between Mr FLETCHER, of Port Chalmers, and Mr J. KEMNITZ, of Dunedin. The Caversham Brass Band (32), in full uniform, will play the latest Continental and English Music. Skaters’ Carn'.val Tickets can now be had at the Office. T. H. WOOTION, Manager. PALACE SKATING RINK, Moray place. Now open daily—Morning, Afternoon, and Evening, Morning and Afternoon for Beginners. Every attention paid to Learners. Engineers’ Band every evening. Notice. —ln active preparation the Grand Fancy Dress and Burlesque Carnival at the Palace Rink on Monday and Tuesday Evenings, Ju1y22,23. Skaters’ Tickets for the two evenings including skates, 2s. N.B.—Weekly Tickets at reduced rates. W. GROOKFORD, Manager. ALL SAINTS’ SCHOOLROOM, THURSDAY, JULY 4, 8 p.m. ‘THE DIVERTING HISTORY OF JOHN GILPIN,’ and ‘A FIT OF THE BLUBS.’
Vocalists—Miss Horne, Miss Murison, Miss Treseder, Miss Wilson, Mr Howlison, Mr Jago, Mr MTjangblin, and Chorus. Tickets (ONE SHILLING) at Humffray's, George street. FORESTERS’ HALL, PORT CHALMERS. FA. OOXHEAD’S Views of N.Z., etc., • Illustrated by Limelight, WEDNESDAY and THURSDAY, 3rd and 4th July. Tickets at Mr S. Voisey’s. THE NORTH DUNEDIN RIFLES wil l celebrate their 26th ANNIVERSARY with a GRAND SOCIAL DANCE in the North Dunedin Drill Hall, on FRIDAY EVENING, AUGUST 23, 1889. Double Tickets (including refreshments), 7s 6d, Ladies' do do do 2s 6d R. ORAWFURD, Sergeant, Secretary. LECTURES. CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH (opposite Museum! —A Lecture will be delivered on Thursday Evening on ‘Statical Electricity,’ with experiments. Admission free. Collection on behalf of Church Funds. MEETINGS. LODGE OF OTAGO, 844, E C. mHE REGULAR MONTHLY MEETING Jl of the above Lodge will be held in the Freemasons’ Hall, Moray place, THIS (Wednesday) EVENING, the 3rd inst., at 7.50 p.m., and will be closed at 9,30 p.m. The W.M.s, Wardens, and brethren of the English Lodges in the District are particularly requested to attend. By order of the W.M. W. EONALD3ON, P.M., Secretary. GRAND LODGE OF NEW ZEALAND, MASONS whose Lodges have passed the resolution in favor of the formation of a Grand Lodge of New Zealand, and Masons whose Lodges have not yet considered the question, are particularly requested to meet in the Supper Room of the Masonic Hall, on Wednesday, the 3rd inst., at 9.30 p.m., immediately after the closing of the Lodge of Otago, 844, E.C., to consider the following:— To form themselves into a Masonic Union; to Elect an Executive Committee, Chairman, and Honorary Secretary. To Appoint Three Delegates from the Union to a Preliminary Convention in Wellington. To Consider the Proposal of Calling the General Convention in September. T, G. DB BENZY, W.M., Lodge of Otago, 844, E.G., District Grand Treasurer, Otago and Southland, E.C. JgDUOATIONAL INSTITUTE OF OTAGO. THURSDAY, 11 a. m.—Election of Delegates. Mr J. Rennie (representative of Dunedin Branch) on ‘Ourselves.’ Such business as may arise oat of notice of motion. Evening, 8 o’clock. CONVERSAZIONE. JAMES BENNIE, Secretary.
BANKRUPTCY NOTICE. V. B. GAZETTE IN BANKRUPTCY, The evening stab is duly appointed Gazette for the publication of all Notices under the Bankruptcy Act, IN BANKRUPTCY. In the Superior Court of Bankruptcy, holden at Dunedin. No. 526. la the matter of “The Bankruptcy Act, 1883,” and amendments thereof, and of the Bankruptcy of SUSAN DBING, of Dunedin, dealer, THE ABOVE-NAMED DEBTOR having this day filed a Petition to be adjudged a Bankrupt, I hereby summon the First General Meeting of Creditors to he held at my office, No. 12 Rattray street, Dunedin, on Tuesday, the 9th day of July, 1889, at the hour of 8 p.m. JAMBS ASHCROFT, Official Assignee. Dunedin, 3rd July, 1889. IN BANKRUPTCY, ESTATE CHARLES VINCENT BREWER, Storekeeper, Balolutha. TENDERS. TENDERS will be recived up to Noon of Wednesday, 10th July, for Stock-in-trade of General Groceries, at Balolutha, in the above Estate. Tenders to be lodged at my Office, accompanied by a deposit of 10 per cent, in cash or by marked cheque. Stock-sheets and conditions can be seen at my Office, or on the premises at Balolutha. JAMES ASHCROFT, Official Assignee, Dnnedin, 3rd July, 1889. BOARD AND RESIDENCE. WANTED, 3or 4 Boarders; 16s per week; comfortable home, keep good table. Apply High street, next to Dr Ogston’s building, Mrs Donaldson. BOARD and Residence for Gentlemen; terms, 17s. Mrs M'Queen, 3rd house below Pacific Hotel, St. Andrew street. BOARD and Residence Wanted by young Man. Apply, stating terms, to “E. W.,” Stab Office. N. MILLS begs to notify tbe General • Public he has taken that well-known House known as YORE HOUSE, Moray place, and is now prepared to receive Boarders and Visitors. Breakfast from 7 to 9. Lunch from 12 to 2, Tea from 5 to 7. Good table, Prices moderate.
LOST AND FOUND. LOST, Fox-terrier Dog; white spot on nose; anyone retaining same after this date will be prosecuted ; reward. Harp of Erin Hotel. STRAYED into my Paddock, on 21st June, 1 Red-and-white Gow, branded I D on right horn. Owner can have same by paying expenses, J. Pemberton, Sandymount. LOST, between Brown, Kwing, and Go.’sand Boslyn tram, 801 l |of Music. Return .to Qhas. Begg and Go. FOUND. -Purse, containing small Sum. Owner can have same by applying Mr Bradley (Bing, Harris, and Go,),
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