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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4, Issue 7982, 10 August 1889
LATE ADVERTISEMENTS. SHAG Point Coal ia humid to l)ocomo the People’s favoiite Coal. ]~ TTxTRA Value in Tweed Overcoats for 'J Men and Boys. —Splendid variety ;7s Gd to~r»Qg. Clothing Factory, Octagon. FOOTBAlL! FOOTBALL! FOOTBALL! HAWKE’S RAY v. OTAGO. QAKISBROOK GROUND. TUESDAY, 13th AUGUST. Kick off at 4 p.m, Admission—Ground, Is; Ground and .Stand, 2a. FRED. T. HORNF, Hon. Sec, O.R.F.U. NEW ZEALAND AND SOUTH SEAS EXHIBITION, 1889-90. TENDERS FOR GAS PIPES, Fro, TENDERS are invited until noon on the 20th inst. for the Supply of Thirteen Thousand Feet of Gas Hping (more or less) and other Gasfittinga required for the interior of the Exhibition. Particulars at the office. D. HARRIS HASTINGS, Secretary. REDUGED PRICES REDUCED PRICES REDUCED PRICES REDUCED PRICES OVERCOATS OVERCOATS OVERCOATS, Brown, ewing, and go. are determined to clear the remaining portion of their Winter Stock of Men’s, Yoaths’, and Roys’ Tweed Overcoats, prior to stocktaking, at prices which will command a smart clearance. Inspection invited. Reduced Prices Reduced Prices Reduced Pi ices Reduced Prices Reduced Prices Reduced Prices Reduced Prices Reduced Prices Reduced Prices Reduced Prices Reduced Prices Reduced Prices Reduced Prices ReAuced Prices Reduced Prices Reduced Prices Reduced Prices Reduced Prices Reduced Prices 75 Men’s Tweed Overcoats, only 21s each ; grand value. 60 Men’s Tweed Overcoats, with capo, 4('s each; our own make; colonial tweeds, 55 Youths' Tweed Over* coats, with cape, from 22s Gd each. 120 Boys’ Tweed Overcoats, with cape, from 17a f d each ; all sizes; our own make, 80 Children’s Tweed Overcoats, with cape, from 12s 6d each; plain and fancy patterns. OVERCOATS OVERCOATS OVERCOATS REDUCED PRICES REDUCED PRIONS REDUCED PRICES REDUCED PKICES REDUCED PRICES REDUCED PRICES BROWN, EWING, AND CO. MEETINQ3. ODDFELLOWS’ HALL, Sti'Art street.— The Church of Christ meets for Worship on Sunday, at 11 a.m.; for Gospel Preaching, at 6.45 p.m. Subject to morrow evening: ‘The Atonement.’ All earnestly invited. n< MORAL HALL, MORAY PLACE, \J Evangelistic Service. Ir A. Brunton To-morrow (Sunday) Evening. Choir sings from G.liO. Service at 7. R~S T 0 n U R C H P 1 REV. JAMES GUI 13 To-morrow Morning and Evening. All sittings free at the Evening Service. AT ORTH DUNF.DIN PRESBYTERIAN i» CHURCH. The REV. J. GIBSON SMITH Will Preach To-morrow Morning and Evening. All sittings free at the Evening Service. ATT RAY STR BET HAL L. Chriatadelphians Break Bread every Sunday, 11 a.ra., and it 6.30 p.m. proclaim Bible Truths that ought to come from the pulpit. You are earnestly invited. No collection. B’ ” VANGELISTIO Meeting in Farley’s Hall To-morrow Night, at 7. Seats free and no collection, Hanover street baptist church —Sunday Services: Morning, 11 a.m., evening, 6.30 p.m. Rev. A. North Minister. Maori Hill, evening N.E. Valley, 11 a.m., 6.30 p.m. ; Kaikorai School-house, 6.30 p.m. ATORTH-EAST VALLEY PRKSBYJ3I TERIAN CHURCH. Rev. D. BORE IB will preach, 11 a m. and G3op.m. Seats free in the evening. CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH, Great Kino Street. Rev. A. 11. WALLACE Preaches Morning, at 11, and 6.30 Evening. CIHALMERS PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH, / Lower Yoi k plact. REV. J. M. FRASER will Preach 11 a.m. and 6.50 p.m. All seals free. ONGREGATIONAL CHURCH, Moray place. vices To-morrow at 11 a.m. and 6.30 p.m. Rev, J. HALL, .'tning .. .. Rev. J. FOSTER.
LL SAINTS’ CHURCH, L To-morrow : Matins and Holy Communion, Ham.; Evensong, 6,30 p.m. Evening Preacher: The BISHOP. Trinity weslbyan ohurch.11, Rev. G. W. J. SPENCE; 630, Rev. W. BAUMBER. Cargill road Church: 11, Rev. W. BAUMBER; C 30, Rev. G. W. J. SPENCE CHURCH OF CHRIST. The tabernacle, Grkat Kino street. Set vices To-morrow; Morning, at 11; and Evening, at 6,30. Preaching N.E, Volley at 6.30 All Seats Free. No Collection. ST. ANDREW’S CHURCH. Morning and EveningRev. RUTHERFORD WADDELL, M.A. Evening Subject: ‘Some of the Religious Problems of Robert Elsmerc: Have Miracles happened? Ecce Homo,’ All Sittings Froe at the Evening Service. TAIBRI AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. rnHE ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING of £ the Members of the Society will be held in the Atheneum, Mosgiol, on FRIDAY, the 23rd JNST., at 2 o’olotk p ra. Business: To receive Bepoit and Balancesheet, appoint Officers, and other matters. The Committee of Management Meet at 1 p.m. ROBERT FINDLAY, Secretary, Mosgiel, Ist August, 1889. LECTURES. fN LADSTONE, THE GREATEST LIVING T SCOTCHMAN. LECTURE By Rev. F. W. ISITT, At Choral Hall, TUESDAY, the 13th Inst., at 8 o’clock. Rev. Dr Stuart, Chairman. Admission, Is. Front Seats, Is fid. EDUCATIONAL. WRITING and Accountancy Work executed, Books and Accounts adjusted, Balance-sheets prepared. Wood, Academy, Octagon. Confidential. T7IVKNING and Private Tuition for Girls at li Wood’s Academy, Octagon, _ Shorthand, Bookkeeping, Writing, English, Arithmetic, etc, VBNIKG Classes for Young Men and Youths, Wood’s Academy, Octagon Daily tuitions, general practical Commercial subjects. MRJ,TI M S O N (Organist of First Church, 12 years’ experience) is prepared to receive Pupils for Pianoforte, Organ, and Singing. Classes for Singing formed to consist of not less than Three, Special Terms to Two or Three of one Family. Mr TIMSON is open to Engagements for Concerts, etc. as Director, Pianist, or Accompanist, and also for Organ Ifeo'tals. Mr Tirason holds Testimonials from Dr G. O, Marlin (organist of St. Paul’s Cathedral, London), Dr Peace (orgrniat of Glasgow Cathedral). T. H. Oollinson. > sq., Mus. Bao. (organist of Edinburgh Cathedral). AddrcES: LOWER CARGILL STREET (2nd house below Victoria street), Dunedin^
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