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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3, Issue 7974, 1 August 1889
LATE ADVERTISEMENTS. OTlCE.—Urgent Medicines can bo had during the Night at th 9 "Water of Leith. Dispensary. Our Mr Bagley's residence adjoins the Dispensary, and he gives it personal attention, ii. BAGLKY and SON, Chemists and Druggists, 134 George street, near Hanover street. N.B.—Both Dispensaries being connected with the Telephone Exchange, medical men can be communicated with from either. NOTHING SUCCEEDS LIKE SUCCESS. TUDGING from the immense crowd that visited our Establishment on Saturday our efforts to satisfy the Public are being apDON'T MISS THIS OPPORTUNITY OF PICKING UP CHEAP BARGAINS. GREAT SLAUGHTER SALE AT MONTAGUE'S, Princes street. AMUSEMENTS , RINCESS'S THEATRE. _ Lessee and Manager... Mr ohabi.E3 Hugo. Though Undoubtedly Great before, HUGO'S" BUFFALO MINSTRELS are now greater than ever, those World-famed Artistic Instrumentalists, THE SPANISH STUDENTS, Having made their First Appearance last night, and created a perfect Sensation among the vast assemblage that attended. The Acme of Perfection in Intricate Instrumentation. Our Fourth Programme a Distinct and Decided Success. Roars of Laughter and Thunders of Applause. Comment is needless—See and Believe. CHARLES HUGO in "Thomson's I>arl" and "Explosives." Miss PRISCILLA VERNE in the Dramatic Scene, ' O'er the Bridge.' DAN TRAOEY in his Irishisms and Dances, and all your Great Favorites in New SoDgs, Sketches, and Farces. Note our Prices—Circle, 2s; Stalls, Is; Pit, 6d. SATURDAY AFTERNOON, at 2 30, GRAND MATINKE PERFORMANCE. On which occasion Mr CHARLES HUGO will appear. R. A. UNDERWOOD, Business Manager. >AL AC E SKATING RINK, Moray place, NOW OPEN DAILY. Morning, Afternoon, and Evenin?, As a First-class Dace of Popular Amusement for Ladies and Gentlemen. Engineers' Band Every Even'ng. Splendid Floor and all New Skates. Admission, One Shilling. W. CROOKFORD, Manager. 'ORTH DUNEDIN DRILL-SHED a GRAND VOCAL AND INSTRUMENTAL CONCERT In aid of ST. MARTIN'S CHURCH FUITC), N.E. Valley, on TUESDAY, the 6th August, at 8 p.m. Admission —2s and Is. THE GAELIC SOCIETY. HE EIGHTH GRAND ANN CAD GATHERING, CONCERT ANL> BALL, TAKES PLACE IN THE GARRISON HALL, TO-MORROW NIGHT. Liana forget. By kind permission of Colonel Wales and Officers the Members of the Highland Rifles are permitted to appear in full uniform. WM. MACLEOD, Hon. Sec. LECTURES.
VOYACE ROUND THE WORLD.'— l An Amusing LECTURE will be delivered TO NKiWT, at 8 o'clrck, on the above subject, in King street Congregational Church, by Kev. A. H. Wallace. Admission free ; collection at close. MEETINGS. THE NEW ZEALAND REFRIGERATINGCOMPANY, LIMITED. THE ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING of Shareholders will be held in the Chamber of Commerce, Standard Insurance Company's Buildings, High street, Dunedin, on Wednesday, 7th August, at 3 o'clock p.m. Proxies must be lodged at the Company's Office on or before 3 p.m. on Tuesday, 6th August. The Transfer Books will be Closed from 25th July to Bth August. W. CUNINGHAM SMITH, General Manage c Liverpool street, Dunedin, 24th July, 1889. OTAGO EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTE. Dunedin Branch. IHE MONTHLY MEETING of tho above will be held in the Normal School on Saturday first, at 11 a.m., when Miss M. J. Fraßer, M.A., will read a Paper on 'Our Girls.' A. PIRIE, Secretary. ROSLYN TRAMWAY CO., LIMITED. THE ORDINARY ANNUAL MEETING of Shareholders will be held at the Chamber of Commerce Hall on Tuesday, 6th August, 1889, at 8 o'clock p.m., for the purpose of receiving the Directors' Report and Balancesheet for year ending 30th June, 1889, and for Electing Directors and Auditor. J. K. HAMILTON, Secretary.
LOST AND FOUND. ft EWARD.—Lost (Brown street or Elm. row, Wednesday evening), English Terrier Pup. Mr Brunton, Rattray street. OUND, Sum of Money. Apply A. Craig, ' railway station. PROSPECTUS. PROSPECTUS OK THE TALISMAN DREDGING AND MINING COMPANY (SHOTOVER), LIMITED. To be Registered under " The Companies Act, 1882." CAPITAL £12,000. In 12,000 Shares of LI each. G,OOO shares paid up to l*s reserved for the> promoters; 7,000 shares to he offered to thepublic, payable as follows: —Is on application. Is on allotment, the balance in calls not to exceed Is per month. Provisional Dirkctobs : A. J. Burns Robert Martin William Simpson Charles M'Queeu George Gillow. Bankers: Natiom.l Bank of New Zealand. Broker: Andrew Hamilton, Exchange Court,. Interim Secretary : Andrew Hamilton, Exchange Court. Solicitous : Stewart and Holmes. This Company is formed for the purpose of acquiring and working the Claim on the Shotover River which is situated about three miles below the now famous claim of Mr Sew Hoy, at the Big Beach, and adjoining the Golden Bar. This Claim is most conveniently situated, being close to the main road, so that coal and all materials can be placed on the ground at a reasonable cost. It is proposed to work the Claim by a bucket dredge, similar to that at present working on the Big Beach, with all the latest improvements in dredging. Ab soon as two-thirds of the shares are subscribed, ■* contract will be entered into for a dredge, whioh will then be placed en the river without delay. Nothing need now be said of the immensely rich gold deposits of the well-known Sbotover River, more especially about this locality. At the lowest calculation the proposed dredge should lift 50 tons per hour. It will therefore be easily understood that the returns from such an amount of gold-bearing stuff must be very large. All expenses for floating and registering the Company to be paid by the Company. Applications for shares will now be received by the Company's Broker, and the Shate List will close as soon as the requisite number of shares shall have been applied for.
Page 3 Advertisements Column 3, Issue 7974, 1 August 1889
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