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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3, Issue 7953, 8 July 1889
LATE ADVERTISEMENTS. ELIJAH, Oratorio (old edition), as used by the Dnnedia Exhibition Choir; price 1b 3d. Dresden Piano Depfit. CHILBLAINS,— Instant relief, certain cure, broken or unbroken. Price’s Chilblain Ointment, 6d, Is. Price, chemist, Walker street. ____________ M~ ONEY TO LEND, in large or small suras, on first-class securities, STEWART AND HOLMES, Solicitors, Dunedin. PASTA MACK, for Bath and Toilet use, AT BANNISTER’S "GRAND PHARMACY,’ High street. HORSE COVERS. HORSE COVERS. OILSKIN COATS. OILSKIN COATS. TARPAULINS. TARPAULINS. O CHRISTIAN AND CO. beg to inform • the Public that they have a Large Stock of the above Goods on hand, which are being sold nt the lowest current prices for cash. 135 Princes street south, Near Mr Spedding’s auction rooms. GREAT FAILURE IN THE LEATHER TRADE, BOOTS AND SHOES arc now being Sold at Ruinous Prices. Renumber ! WE POSITIVELY MUST SELL. Do not mistike the Shop ! THE CONTINENTAL BOOT DEPOT (Opposite Post Office). AMUSEMENTS R 1 N O ESS’S THEATR'E. ARTHUR VIVIAN’S DRAMATIC COMPANY. This Evening, at 8, ‘CAST UPON THE WORLD; Or, The Glasgow Bank Failure,’ Tuesday ‘ Erst Lynne.’ Wednesday ‘ Cast upon the World.’ Prices 4s, 2s fid, and Is, PALACE SKATING RINK. Now Open Daily, Morning, Afternoon, and Evening. Notice Wednesday Night next, July 10th, grand 2-Mile Bicycle Race. Saturday Night, July 13th, Two-mile Race on Skates. K.B.—Two Handsome Prizes to be given at the Grand Fancy Dress Carnival, Skaters’ Tickets now on Sale at Rink Office, W. CROCKFORD, Manager. CITY HALL SKATING RINK, Dowling street. Under Strictest Supervision. Open Morning, Afternoon, and Evening, TO-NIGHT-LADIES’ INVIVATION. Look out for Three-mile Rase, Bicycle v. Skates. Caversham Brass Baud every evening and Saturday afternoon. T. H. WOOTTON, Manager. WAKARI RIFLES. ANNUAL BALL will be held in the Good Templars’ Hall, Kaikoral, on Friday, the 10th August, Dancing to commence at 9 p.m. Double Tickets, including refreshments, 7s fid. SERGT, R. WILSON, Hon. Sec. MEETINGS. DISTRICT GRAND LODGE, S.G, NEW ZEALAND SOUTH. THE OFFICERS AND MEMBERS of the ah jve District Grand Lodge are requested to meet at the Masonic Hall, Moray place, TOMORROW (Tuesday) Evening, the 9th inst., at 7.80 o’clock, to attend the Installation of the R.W.M. and Officers of Lodge St. Andrew, No. 432, S.C. HENRY NEILL, D.G. Sec. LODGE ST. ANDREW, 432, S.C. THE REGULAR MONTHLY MEETING of this Lodge will be held at Freemasons’ Hall, Moray place, on TUESDAY EVEN NO next, 9th inst, at 7.30 o’clock. Business: Installation of W.M, and Investiture of Officers, Visiting brethren cordially invited. ROBT. FORSYTH, Secretary. THE OFFICERS AND MEMBERS of the undermentioned Lor’gcs are requested to _ Meet at f reemasons’ Hall, Moray place, Dunedin, on Tuesday Evening, July 9th inst., at 7.30 o’clock, to attend Installation of W.M. and Investiture cf Officers of Lodge St. Andrew, 432, S.C.: Lodges Otago, No. 844, 8.C.; Dunedin, No. 931, E. 0.; Hiram. 2 008, E. 0.; Port Chalmers Marino, No. 942, E. 0.; Otago Kilwinning, No. 417, 8.0.; St. Andrew, No. 432, 8.0.; Celtic, No. 477, S.C.; St, John Kilwinning, No, t62, 5.0.; Cargill Kilwinning, No. 612, S.C. ; St. Patrick, No. 408, 1.0. T. G. De Renzy. W.M., 844, E.O. 8. W. Gibbs, W.M., 931, E.O. T. A. Pbtkbkin, W.M., 2,008. E.O. R. Matheson, W.M , 942, E.O. W. N. Basstian, K.W.M., 417, S.C. J. Oqg, R.W.M.. 432, S.O. R. Sinclair, R.W.M., 477, B.r. T. Jeffreys, R.W.M., 602, S.C. J, T. Warburton, K.W.M., 632, S.C. D. Wish art, W.M., 468, LO. BOARD AND RESIDENCE. WANTED, Board and Residence by 3 Lady Friends, engaged during day; unfurnished rooms preferred. "Omega, Star Office. ; "VTOTICE —Wanted, Board and Lodging for J3l young man in Private Family, north of Post Office; state terras. "P.H.A.,” Star Office. OMFORTABLB Board and Residence for gentleman; hot bath. Mrs Sharp (late Dr Low’s house), Moray phee. lITING and Bedroom To Let, with Board (LI) or without; Mornington, next tram. 1 ‘E.P.,” Star. HN. MILLS begs to notify the General • Public he has taken that well-known House known as TOBK HOUSF, 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, a double-cased Silver Watch, between George street and Mornington. Finder please leave with Mr D. Dawson, jeweller, George street. Reward. OST, a Travelling Rug (last Monday night, July Ist), Buggy Accident above Mr Blackwood’s, by the corner of brickworks; finder reward -d. Apply Francis Porter, Caversham Hotel, Caversham. WOULD Person who took Parcel by mis take from s.s. Mahinapua kindly return to J. Corbett, Octagon ? GOVERNMENT NOTICES. v. R. ENGINEER SURVEYOR AND INSPECTOR OF MACHINERY. Marine Department, Wellington, N.Z, 24th June, 1889. ■\TOTIOB 18 HEREBY GIVEN that apJ3I plications will be received at this office for the appointment of Engineer Surveyor and Inspector of Machinery attached to this Department. Applicants to be eligible for this appointment must have served on apprenticeship as an engineer or iron shipbuilder, must be not less than twenty-five and not more than forty-five years of age, and must have served at sea in charge of engines for at least five years. They must also, at the time of application, possess a first-class certificate of competency as engineer. They must forward a medical certificate showing that they are in good health and of robust constitution. Applicants must give full particulars of their service on shore and at sea, and forward copies of any letters of recommendation, testimonials, discharges, and certificates that they may posses?. The salary payable will be at the rate of L3OO per annum, increasing by L 5 a year to L 328. The selected applicant wll benquired to undertake the duti s of Engineer Surveyor, Inspector of Machinery, Examiner of Engines, and, generally, such work as he may be required to perform by this Department. The appointment will be subject to the provisions of “ The Civil Service Reform Act, 1886.” Applications will be received up to the 25th July, and the selected candidate will be required to commence his duties about the middle of August next. By order. rLEWIS H. B. WILSON, Assistant (Secretary.
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