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LATE ADVERTISEMENTS [TtYFE AND CUMING will be Closed on _P Monday preparing tho Bankrupt Stock of Carter and Co, Invoroargill. L 25 REWAtiD. tHE above Roward will be paid for such L evidence a<i will lead to the conviction of any person Snaring or in any other way Maliciously Destroying the Hares at Forburv Park. By oider. SYDNEY JAMES, Secretary Dunedin Jockey Club. IN THE SUPREME COURT OF NEW ZEALAND, WELLINGTON DISTRICT. Saturday, the 13th day of July, 1689. UPON reading the Affidavits of Robert Chisenhall Hamerton, of Wellington. Public Trustee, and of Joseph West, of Waitahut.a, Otigo, miner, it is ordered that the Public Trustee shall be Administrator of all the real and personal estate of JAMES BRADFORD, late of Waifc.ihuuo, Otago, miner, deceased. (Signed) C. W. RICHMOND, J. All persons indebted to the above-named deceased arc requested to pay the amounts of their several accounts to me, or to J. Edmund Smith, E?q., Dunedin. Also, all Persona having Claims against the said Estato are requested to forward the same to rr.e, or to Mr Smith, on or before WEDNESDAY, the 21st day of AUGUST next. N.B.—Any Claim not sent in by the day named will be liable to be excluded from participation. R. C, HAMERTON, Public Trustee. Publio Trust Office, Wellington, July 1(3,1859. SUNEDIN PLUMPTON COUPLING MEETING 9th and 10th AUGUST, 1889. Program he: CHAMPION STAKES, Of L 4 oanh, for an unlimited number of Allaged dogs. MAIDEN STAKE?, Of L2 each, for an unlimited number of AllDged Dogs that have not won an advertised amouut of LlO or over in one event. SAPLING STAKE?, Of 1.2 each, for 16 saplings. To b3 run in four stakes of 4 each. NOMINATIONS for Champion (L2 each), Maiden (LI each), and Sapling Stakes (Ll each) close at 10 p.m. on WEDNESDAY, JULY 24. Balance of Sween Champion (L2), Maiden (Ll), and Sapling Stakes (Ll)-with name, oge, color, and pedigree of do?s. payable at 10 p.m. on WKDNESDAY, AUGUST 7, the night of draw. HARRY L. JAMW, Secretary. REDUCED PRICES REDUOF.D PRICES REDUCED PRICES REDUCED PRICES OVERCOATS OVERCOATS OVERCOAT!?, BROWN. EWING, AND CO. are determined to clew the remaining portion of their Winter Stock of Men's, Youths', and Boys' Tweed Overcoats, prior to stoc!taking, at prices which wi'l comtr.and a Einart clearance, Inspection invited. Reduced Prices 75 Men's Tweed Overcoats, Reduced Prices only 21s each; grand value. Reduced Piices Reduced Prices 60 Men's Tweed Overcoats, Reduced Prices with cape, each ; our own Reduced Prices make; colonial tweeds. Reduced Prices Reducrd Prices 55 Youths' Tweed OverReduced Prices coats, with care, from 22s 6d Keduced Prices each. Reduced Prices V. educed Prices 120 Poys' Tweed Overcoats, Reduced Prices with cape, from 17s *'d each; Reluced Prices all sizea; oir oivn make. Reduced Piices Reduced Prices 80 Children's Tweed OverReduced Prices coati, with cape, from 1.2s (id Reduced Prices each; plain and fancy patReduced Prices terns. OVERCOATS OVERCOATS OVERCOATS KEDUCFD PRICES REDUCED PRIOFR REDUCED PRICES REDUCED PKICHS REDUCED PRICES REDUCED PRICES BROWN, EW/NG, AND CO. AMUSEMENTS PRINCESS'S THEATRE. Lessee and Manager ... Mr Charles Huao. The Cry is Still They Come ! Phenomenal Sucr.ess of the Buffaloes! Creat! Glorious! Gigantic ! Wotderful, Uit not? But it is an accomplished fact that during tho Pojourn in New Zealand of the Renowned Entertainers, HUGO'S BUFFALO MINSTRELS AND NEW ENGLISH, AMERICAN, AND AUSTRALIAN STARS, Thev have had Crowded Houfes all the time, show'ng that a good Show at NOMINAL PRICES is the wish of the People. TO-NIGH r, TO-NIGHT, TONIGHT, LIFE ON TFIE MISSISSIPPI. THE TERPSICHOREAN CR4ZP. THE TELEPHONE. MONTE CHRISTO. THE SENATOR. Hugo's Popular Prices. Dress Circle, 2s; Stalls, Is; Pit, 6.1. Box Office at the Dretden. Tickets at Jacobs's and Allen's. R, A. UNDERWOOD, Business Manager. J> AL A C E SKATING RINK. "MONDAY AND TUESDAY EVENINGS NEXT. GRAND FANCY DRESS BURLESQUE AMI NATIONAL COSTUME CARNIVAL. Grand March of 200 Ladies and Gentlemen in Fa?cy Costumes through the Rustic /relies, with Limelight Effects, never beforo seen in Dunlin. Gorgeous Costumes. Splendid Decorations. Full Band of Engineers. General Admission-Onß Shilling. W. CROOKFO"D, Manager. WAKARI RIFLES. 1 NNUAL BALL will bo held in the Good Templars' Hall, Kaikoral, on Friday, the 16th August. Dancing to commerce at 9 p.m. Double Ticketß, including rtfrtshmont3, 7<s 6d. SERGT. R. WILSON. Hon. Sec. HIGH SCHOOL OLD BOYS' DINNER. , f!HR ANNUAL OINNER of the Otago 1 High School Old Poys will be held at the City Hotel on SATURDAY, 3rd AUGUST. TicVets(los 6d) maybe had from MessrsW. Anderpon, E. H. Burn, A. A. Finch. F. Fitchett, H. Halliwel', W. T>. Milne, J. R. Montgomery, A. W. Morris, E. C. Reynolds, E. R. Smith, D M. Spedding, F. ftilling, and WALTER H. BRENT, Hon. Sec. RO3LYN MILLS BAND. » GRAND FANCY BAZAAR and SALE u OF WORK (given by Friends in aid of Instrument Fund) will bo held in Kaikorai Hall on Bth, 9th, anel 10th August. Messrs Black and Stewart, Kaikorai Cooperative Storo, have kindly consented to take charge of any Packages, etc., for the Bazaar. LOST AND POUND. " OST, at Theatre, a brown Macintosh ; I finder rewarded. Mrs Dreaver, George ttreot. ' OST (yesterday), between Rattray street J and Roslyn, Lady's Dark Blue Overcloak. Reward on returning to Duncin and Macgrtg.jr, solicitors. LOST, last night, large Line., Sunshade off Window. Return Palmer, drape-, Man road, South DunediD. Reward. LOST, in the Princess's Theatre, on tho 19ch in&t., a Gold Nugget Breast Pin; reward on reiurning to Aug. S. DornweH. DOG Lost, dark - bTowrTsraall Retriever. Owner, H. M. Chisholm, Lees ftreet. TBAYED, on Thursday night, at Cavern_j sham, young Collie Dog (tfack-and-tan, white tip to tail). Finder please return to Henry Rose, Oaversham. 'OULD Person who found Broom * t Stuart street last night kindly retui Hardie's Store, Stuart street.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4, Issue 7964, 20 July 1889

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 Issue 7964, 20 July 1889

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