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LATE ADVERTISEMENTS. A J f\f VIM 9 Plant* Goliath Rhubarb, Heil) hoots; earliest and test cropping varieties Seed Potatoes; Macrocarpa. At Pryor's, 62 Princes street. "VTifiW teeds, New Seeds for present sowing— WiUiam Hurst, Little Gem Peas, Beans, Onions, Carrots. Tryor. REDUCED PRICES REDUCED PRICES REDUCED PRICES REDUCED PRICES OVERCOATS OVERCOATS OVERCOAT;?. BROWN. EWING, AND CO. are determined to clew the lemaining portion of their Winter Stock of Men's, Youths', and Boys' Tweed Overcoats, piior to stocktaking, at prices which will comrcand a smart clearance. Inspection invited. Reduced Prices 7;") Men's Tweed Overcoats, Reduced Prices only 21s each ; grand value. Reduced Pi ices Reduced I rices GO Men's Tweed Overcoats, Reduced Prices with cape, 40s each ; our own Reduced Trices make; colonial tweeds. Reduced Prices Reduced Prices M Youths' Tweed OverReduced Prices coats, with cape, from 22s Gd Reduced Prices t ach. Reduced Prices Reduced Prices 120 Eoys' Tweed Overcoats, Reduced Prices with cape, from 17s *'d each ; Reiuced Prices all sizes; our own make. Reduced Piice3 Reduced Prices SO Children's Tweed OverReduced Prima coat.i, with cape, from 12s fid Reduced Prices each; plain and fancy patReduced Prions terns. OVERCOATS OVERCOATS OVERCOAT 3 REDUG'cD PRICES REDUCED PRICES REDUCED PRICES REDUCED PKIOHS REDUCED PRICES REDUCED PRICES BROWN, EWiNG, AND CO. T>OOTS! BOOTS! BOOTS PROVING IT EVERY DAY. QUALITY CAN'T BE BEATEN. ' Women's Lace-upa fiomCs lid ; Elastic Sides from Gs 3d; Slippery, 2i lid; Walking Shoes, Gs 9d. The Prices Tell Kks's splendid Lace-ups Tho Prices Tell (strong), 9s Gl; Bluchers, 5j Tho Prices Telf lid ; Elastics from 9s Gd. | The Prices Tell Boys' and Girls' strong School Boots (specialty) from 3* 9J up. Wear Guaranteed. Remember Address: NORTH DUNEDIN BOOT DEPOT, King street, corner Union street (opposite School). AMUSEMENTS ,RINCESS' S T n E A V R E . Lessee and Manager—Mr CiTAW.m Hugo. A GLORIOUS TRIUMPH ! Another Crowded House to Witness our Second Programme. HUGO'S BUFFALO MINSTRELS And New Engl'sh, American, and Australian Stars, Last Night of our Second Programme. Every Item Loudly Applauded! Our Artists Excelled Themselves ! A Bubble of Merrimert from Start to Finish! Splendid Singing! Splendid Dancing ! Funny Faces ! What more do you want ? To-morrow (Saturday), Another Grand •"'hange. Hugo's Magnificent First Pa'.t, 'ON BOARO THIS S.S. BUFFALO.' A Most Brautiful Scene! Splendid Co3tumes, Good Officers, a Handy Crew, and Obliging Passengers ; in fact, a Truly Great Firut Part. Hugo's Special Fares: Firbt Sah-on, 2-i; Sec md Saloon, Is; Steerage, Gl. First Saloon Passengers may rely on every attention to thtir comfort. To-morrow (Saturday), Second Grand MatittSa Performance at 2.30. A Special Programme. Everything New. Nominal Pi ices; Circle, Is; Downftaiis, Gd. Entrance from both High and Stafford streets. R. A. UNDERWOOD, Business Manager. ALACK SKATING RINK. NOW OPEN DAILY, Mo-ning, Afternoon, and Evening. MONDAY and FRIDAY NIUHT-, Grand Fashionable nights. Fu'l Band of Engineer?. Splendid Floor. New Skates N<*TlCK.—Sat. urdav Night next, High School Juniors' Football Match on Skat-s Admission, One Shilling. W. CROOKFOKD, Manogtr, lATURDAY AFTERNOON CONCERTS. > Second ot the Scries. JULY 27th, 1889. CHORAL HALL. Subscription : 12 Tickets for 10s Gd. Single Admission, 2s GJ. Subscription List still Open at tin Music Warehouses. MEETINGS. Dunedin, 18:h July, 1889, To His Worship, H, Gourley, Esq., Mayor, Dunedin. SIR, We, the undersigned Ratepayers, hereby respectfully request you to Convene a Public Meeting to consider the situation with regard to the Otago Central Railway Bill. vVe arc, etc., James Mackerras John Barron Charles F. Greenslade Alexr. Sligo John F. M. Frascr James Sanson R, S. Sparrow John Roberts And {ll others. GENTLEMEN,—CompIying with your re. quest I hereby Convene a PUBLIC MEETING of CITIZENS at the CHORAL HALL, Moray place, on TUESDAY, the 30th INST., at 7.30 o'clock p.m., to consider the subject of the requisition. HUGH G URLEY, Mayor. Dunedin, 2Gth July, 1889. To His Worship the Mayor of DnnediD. SIR, We, the undersigned Citizens of Dunedin, respectfully request you to immeliately call a Meeting of Citizens to discuss the proposed Representation Bill now before the House of Reptesentatives, .As our City Members are unanimous in opposing it, their constituents should, if they approve of their action, give them their moial assistance. We are, etc., Robert Stout F. Wilson .Tas. Mackerras John Edmond T. J. Rothschild J. C. Thomson And numerous others. GENTLEMEN,-Complying with your request, I hereby Convene a PUBLIC MEETING if Citizens at tho ODDFELLOWS' HALL, Rattray street, TO-MORROW (Saturday), at 8 o'clock p.m , to consider the subject of the reqmVticn. HUGH GOURLEY, Mayor. Dunedin, 26th July, 1889. GAELIC SERVICE, CHALMERS PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH, Lower York place, The Monthly Gaolio Service will be held next Sabbath at 2.30 p.m. LECTURES. AMBULANCE ASSOCIATION. JHE LAST of the June-July series of Lectures will be given by Dr DAVIS THIS (Friday) EVENING, at tho FIRE BRIGADE STATION. W. B. FISHER, Hon. Sec. BOARD AND RESIDENCE. 'ANTED, 2 Gentlemon Boarders (friends); 3 rooms; private family. For particulars apply C ty SteamXaundry, Cumberland street. WANTED, Two Boarders: 1,3s week. Applv Mrs Araiat Jouncj White, Crawford's Store, Bell Tower. MRS ABBOTT has comfortable Homo for Lady and Gentleman; good positipn. Over Wilson Bros!', Dundas street. N. MILLS begs to notify the Goneral • Fublio he has takou that well-known House known as YORK HCJUSE, Moray place, and is now prepared, to receive- Boarders and Visitors. v * '" Breakfast from 7to 9. Lunchfroml2to2. i Tea from 5 to 7. ! Good table. Prices modorftte.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 5, Issue 7969, 26 July 1889

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 5 Issue 7969, 26 July 1889

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