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LATE ADVERTISEMENTS UTMOST value in Cash given for Secondhand Pianos. Challenge Piano Depflt, 106 George street. R, R. Moss, manager, WE are Cash Buyers of Rabbitskins in any quantity. Arthur M'Donald and Co., Bond street. WE have a few Colonial Shirts, with Collars attached, priro Is 3d, Masters, bat manufacturer and hosier. BAH ERUPT Stock of Carter and Co., Invercargill.—Sale now on at Fyfe and Cuming’s, 'Wonderful bargains. CARTER AND CO. have just opened up a Shipment of Floorcloth and Beal Linoleums ; all new patterns, and bought at old prices, CARTER AND CO. are now selling Floorcloth, 2 yards wide, at Is 9d and 2s 3d the running yard; Real Linoleum, Is Od square yard— splendid value. ■gANKRUPT STOCK BOOTS, STRONG School Boots—Wear guaranteed; half usual prices; Genuine Sale; everything reduced. Men’s Watertight Balmorals, 8s lid. LADIES’ Glace Kid Boots, 7s lid; Evening Shoes (heels), 3s lid ; Slippers, Is lid ; Children’s Boots, all prices, from lid. J G. GREEN, 37 GEORGE STREET. PoW Naval Artillery Ball, Garrison Hill, Pott Chalmers, Friday. Double Tickets, (is; refreshments provided. TENDERS Wan te d~for Erecting ADVBKTISINO HOARDING in Jervois and Crawford streets. For particulars apply to A. TAPPER AND CO , Jetty street. f COLONIAL SUGAR REFINING COM- > PANY, LIMITED. Tire Company, having recently Reduced its Prices, is now Selling— Tablets, in 561b cases ... L34perton Icing Sugar, in tins... ... L4O per ton No. 1 Crystal ... ... L3olos per ton No 2, pieces ... ... L2910s per ton No. 3, rations ... ... L27perton Golden Syrup (packages extra) LIG 10s per ton Treacle (packages extra) ... Ll4 per ton. Golden Syrup and Treacle (in case) always in Stock. Auckland, C;h August, 1889. In the Supreme Court of New Zealand, Otago and Southland District. AVILKIK AND ANOTHER v. MORGAN. Under Writ of Sale, No. 407. WILL BE SOLD, at the Supreme Court ( ffice, Bond street, Dunedin, on Monday, 12th August, at 2 o’clock in the afternoon, All the interest of Einhard Douglas Morgan in Letters Patent, No. 1,153, dated the Bth day of June, 1886, for “ Morgan’s Time and Distance Map," unless the above AVi hj sooner satisfied. Terms oish. By order of Colin M'Kenzio Gordon, Sheriff JOHN HENRY BROWN, Sheriff Officer. Duncan and Macgregor. Solicitors for Execution Creditors. AMUSEMENTS jpRINO ESS’S THEATRE. Lessee and Manager ... Mr Charles Hugo. Notwithstanding the Brilliant success achieved by HUG O’S BO FFALO MINSTRELS, the Man agement have reluctantly to announce the Last Six Nights of the Season, which will positively terminate on Tuesday next. THIS (Wednesday) EVENING, positively the last night of our Successful Fifth Programme. The SPANISH STUDENTS will play pocular English, Irish, and Scotch Airs. Charles Hugo will convulse you ; Miss Priscilla Verne, Dan Tracey, and your other Great Favorites will delight you with their Singing, Dancing, and Witticisms. ‘The Coon’s Salvation Army,’ ‘Bribery,’ ‘YtrsatilUy,’ ‘Waiting,’ and, by request, 1 O’er the Bridge.’ GRAND SPANISH DANCE, TO-MORROW (Thursday), another Grand Change of Programme. Startling! Original! New! Also, BALLAD CONTEST (for Amateurs only), when a handsome Trophy will be presented to the best Ballad Singer. Entrance Free. Entries to be made with the Manager, at the Princess’s Theatre, this day (Wednesday). Bingo’s Original Prices —Circle, 2s; Stalls, Is; Pit, Sixpence. Box plan at Dresden, Tickets at Jacobs’s and Allen’s. R. A. UNDERWOOD, Business Manager. pALAOE SKATING RINK This Popular Place of Amusement is now REOPENED. Morning Sess-on for Ladies and "Children, 10 to 12; Afternoon, 230 to 5; Evening, 7.30 to 10, Tire excellent Band of Engineers Every Evening. The Manager will personally attend the Rink every morning and afternoon for the purpose of assisting beginners in learning this favorite pastime. DAVY ALDRIOH, Manager.

MORAY PLAGE CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH. Grand sacked and secular CONCERT, ON FRIDAY EVENING. Look out for Programme in To-morrow Evening’s issue. Tickets One Shilling. Children, Half-price. ANDREW’S CHURCH. GRAND ORGAN RECITAL AND SACRED CONOERT, FRIDAY, AUGUST 16th. Particulars in future issue. ROSLYN MILLS BAND. RAND FANCY BAZAAR and SALE of X WORK (given by fiiends in aid of Instrument Fund), Kaikorai Hall, Bth, 9th, and 10th August. Grand Procession from Mechanics’ Institute, Roslyn, headed by Kaikorai Band, Mills Band, Fire Brigade, and Kaikorai Football Club. Short Concerts Each Evening. Bazaar will ba open from 7.30 till 10.30 each evening, and from 2 till 5 on Friday and Saturday Afternoons Popular Prices. MEETINGS. IT. MATTHEW’S SCHOOLROOM, This Evening, 8 o’clock. A GENERAL MEETING will be held to promote the establishment of a CHURCH INSTITUTE, to include Library. Bishop’s Office, and Accommodation for Theological Student?. The Right Rev. the Bishop in the chair. LODGE OTAGO KILWINNING, No. 417. S.C. THE MONTHLY MEETING of this Lodge will be held at the Freemasons’ Hal'. Moray place, Dunedin, To-morrow (Thursday), Bchinst,,at 7.30 p.m. Business: Raising. Visiting brethren cordially invited. W. N. BASSTIAN, R.W.M. OTAGO RIFLE ASSOCIATION. Annual general meeting on THURSDAY, Bth inst., at 8 p.m., at Garrison Hall. Business : To receive Balance-sheet and General. M. C. CREAGH, Hon, Sec, AMBULANCE ASSOCIATION. A SERIES OF WEEKLY MEETINGS for Practical Work in connection with Lectures recently given will be held in Bandroom, Garrison Hall, commencing FRIDAY, AUGUST 9th, at 8 p m. W. B, FI3BER, Hon. Sec, BOARD AND RESIDENCE. WANTED, superior Board and Residence, in Private Family. Box 291, Post Office. WANTED, by Two Young Men, Board and Residence in private family; southern direction; state terms. “Youth," Stab Office. HN. MILLS begs to notify tbe General • Public he has taken that well-known House known as YOKE HOUSE, Moray place, and is now prepared to receive Boarders and Visitors. Breaktast from 7 to' 9. Lunch from 12 to > Tea from 5 to 7 ,Good table. Prices moderate,

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4, Evening Star, Issue 7979, 7 August 1889

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