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LATE ADVERTISEMENTS CONGREGATIONAL Church, Bing street, j —Grand Concert, Friday Evening (4. Vallis, Esq., conductor); programme Wednesday. Admission, 1?. THE Mystery of the Forecastle —a New Zealand Story of Thrilling Adventure, by Mrs Macpherson; Is. JANKRUPT Stock of Carter and Co., js.> luvercargill, will be offered by Fyfe and Cuming in few days, TENDERS aro invited tiil 17th inst. for Building (in brioi) in Vogel street. Specifications at Edward L. Lees's Office, High street. Lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted. LENDERS are invited, till noon of Monday -i- £9th inst., to Remove and to Ro-ercct Oil Mill Machinery, Boiler, and Engines, and to Build Foundations and Beds for the same for the New Zealand Drug Company, Limited, tt their Burnside World?, MiSON AND WALES, Architects. "VUNEDIN POULTRY AND DOG SOOIEIY. GIFT DISTRIBUTION. Winning Numbers : 318 220 1752 2267 Winters are requested to call at Mr Aitken's, Arcade, at once for their Prize?. Prize-money will bo paid on Saturday first by Mr Aitken. B. BEOWNLIE, Hon. Secretary. BUSINESS NOTICE. "AVING Purchased the RESTAURANT - BUSINESS of WONG LTsE, Walker street, I heps by careful attention to merit the patronage hitherto accorded him. SUN CHONG BING. RUGS. RUGS. RUGS. RUGS. RUGS. RUGS. Opossum Ruga. Opossum Rugs. Opossum Bug". Opossum Rugs. Opossum Rugs. Opossum Rugs. Opossum Rugs. Opossum Rugs. Qpos-ura Rugs. Opossum Rugs. Opossum Rugs. Opossum Rugs. Opossum Rugs, Opossum Rugs. Opoßsum Rugs. Ope-BBum Bugs. Opossum Ruga. Opofsum Ruga. Opossum Rugs. Opossum Rugs. Oposßum Rugs. Opossum Rugs. Opossum Bugs. Opossum Rugs. Opossum Rugs, Opossum Rugs. Opossum Rugs. BROWN, EWING, AND CO. are showing: an Extensive Assortment of AUSTRALASIAN SKIN RUGS, including— WALLABY, KANGAROO, SILVER OPOSSUM, MOUNTAIN OPOSSUM, BLACK OPOSSUM, VICTORIA BEAR, Etc. Also a very special line of Op'jssum Rugs mounted with tiils and lined. Grey Gipplsand Opossum Rugs, lined; prices from IS 15s to L 5 fis. "Joey" Kangaroo Rugs, lined; priceß, L 5; splendid carriage rugs. Fur Wallaby Bugs; prices from L 3 10a to L 6. These Rugs are all picked. Winter Skins, thoroughly tanned, and cannot be surpassed for qualitv and value. BROWN, EWING, AND CO.

meetings. TUB MORNINGTON TRAMWAY COMPANY, LIMITED. rHE SEVENTH ORDINARY GENERAL MEETING OF SHAREHOLDERS will bo held in the Company's Office, Mornington, on MONDAY, 22nd July, at 8 o'clock p m. Written notice of any business to be broueht forward must be lodged here four clear dajs prior to the date of meeting. D. B. EUNSON, General Manager. Tramway Station, Mornington, 15th July, 1889. LOST AND FOUND. •HE Feraon who was seen to take Parcel JS from A. and T. Inglis's Counter please return. FOUND, Pocket-book; owner may have same by payiDg expanses. John Hercus and Co., 5 and 6 Exchange Court. \OUND, Bay Mare, with halter, in myyan*, L 1 Sunday morning. James Hastie, expma proprietor, Castle street. T" OST, a Sum of Money, between 3 30 and 5 J pm. Saturday; reward. Apply J. Knox, Farmer<' Arms Hotel, Princes street. [" OST, from Express this afternoon, Silvtrlj spangled Hamburg Hen. Finder plesre communicate with Robinson's Express, or Fark, auotbneer. ' OST, between High Btreet and CongregaJ tional Church, Moray place, small Brooch, Mr Christie, Perpetual Trustee, Pattny strep'. LOST, Woollen Shawl, in George or Stuait street. Finder please return Miller and Sparrow, grocers, Frederick street OST, Double-cased Silver Watch, between ■ J George street and Mornington. Finder leave with D. Dawson, jeweller, George street; or T. Thomson, Barrfield, Mornington. Reward. ' OST, between Castle and Filleul streets, J Pccket Book, containing money and Post Office crder. Reward at E. F. Lawrence's, butcher, George Btreet.

BOARD AND RESIDENCE. ANTED, at once, by Family (2 adults ' and 2 children), quiet, temporary Lodgingß; wbeie no other boarderß kept preferred. Apply " H.," office of this paper. 'ANTED, by a respectable young Man, ▼ 7 comfortable Board and Lodging. State terms to "Taupo." Statt Office. COMFOKTABLti Boaid and Residence for , Gentlemen; batb. Mrs Sharpß, Gordon House, Moray place (opposite View street). ; N. MILLS begs to notify the General i» Public he has taken that well-known House known as YORK HOUSE, Moray place, and is now prepared to receivo Boarders and Visitorr, Breakfast from 7 to 9. Lunch from 12 to 2. Tea from 5 to 7. Good table, Prices moderate. BANKRUPTCY NOTICE. GAZETTE EN BANKRUPTCY, IHB EVENING STAB la duly appointed Gazette for the publication of all Notices under the Bankruptcy Act. In the Supeiior Court of Bankruptcy, holden at Dunedin. In the matter of " The Bankruptcy Act, 1883," and the Acts amending the Fame, and in the matter of ROBERT SCOTT, of South Dunedin, baker, a bankrupt. THE ABOVE-NAMED ROBERT SCOTT having this day filed a Petition to be adjudged a Bankrupt, I hereby summon the First General Meeting of the Creditors cf the ra ! d Robert Scott to be held in my office, Rattray street, Dunedin, on Thursday, the 18th day of July, 1889, at 11 o'clock in the forenoon. Dated this 15th day of July, 1889. JAMES ASHOROFT, ' Official Assignee, Stoct and Mondt, Solicitors, Dunedin. IN BANKRUPTCY. Estate JAMES THOMAS HALL, Grocer, Dunedin. nENDERS will be received up to noon on L Tuesday, the 16th day of July, 1889, for th« (1) Stock-in-Tride of Groceries in the shop, Arcade. (2) Book Debts.' Tenders to be lodged at my office, accompanied by a deposit cf 10 per cent, in cash or by marked cheque. Stock sheets and conditions can be seen at my office. An excellent opportunity for cblain'ug a business as a going concern. The highest or any tender not ncoeEsarily accepted. JAMES ASHCROFT. , Official AsßJ3neo, ■ Dueedin, 12th July, 1830=

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3, Issue 7959, 15 July 1889

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