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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3, Issue 7983, 12 August 1889
LATE ADVERTISEMENTS ST. GEORGE .TAM.-Ask for, and see that you get. All Grocer*. FUNERAL NOTICE, ffIHE Fiiondsof Angus and Marion Mackay A are respectfully iuvited to follow the remains of their eldest daughter Christina, which leaves their residence, WioklifEe terrace, Port Chalmers, for the Old Cemetery, TO-MORROW (Tuesday), 13th insfc., at 2 p.m. BIBOUGH OF WEST HAKBOR. lENDERS will be received at the Council Chambers, Rothesay, until noon on Faturday, 17fh August, for Forming and Metalling Upper District road and Victoria street, Ravetisbourne, Plans and epecifications to be seen at Mr Barclay's Store, Ravensbourne. The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted. D. LARNACH, Town Clerk. DUNEDIN NAVAL ARTILLERY. |HE abovo CORPS wi'.l Muster at the Fire . Brigade Station at 7 o'clock THIS (Monday) EVENING, 12th INST., to attend Fire Brigade Benefit. Every Member requested to attend in uniform. ARTH. P. FOLEY, Hon. Sec. D.N.A. ■ARTIN AND WATSON AND CO., LIMITED, Beg to notify their Customers and the Public generally that they have this day sold their Coal Business to Messrs Henry Driver and Son, and take this opportunity of thanking their many Customers for past favors, and solicit a continuance of same for the new firm of H. Driver and Son. Dunedin, 12th August, 1880. TO COAL CONSUMERS AND OTIIESS. HAVING PURCHASED FROM MABTIN, WATSON, AND CO., Ltd., their extensive Coal and Wood Yards in Castle street, together wth all their Horse", Drays, ard Working Plant, also the Goodwill of their Business, and that carried on for manyyear* by Messrs Martin and Watson, . the undersigned have the honor to inform the numerous Clients of the above firms ard the public generally that th 9 Business will be Continued without interruption, and hope by strict and prompt attention to all orders to command the confidence of all with whom they may have transactions. Only the best quality of every description of Coal and Wood will bo kept in stock, and delivered to any part of ihe City and Suburbs at LOWEST CURRENT RATES. Orders as heretofore may be sent to the Office, corner of Stuart street and Octagon, or to the Yards, Castle street. H. DRIVER AND SON, Coal Merchants. August 8,1889. AMUSEMENTS T)RINCESS'S THEATRE. Lessen and Manager... Mr Charles Huao. THIS (MONDAY) EVENING. POSITIVELY LAST NIGHT BUT ONE Of the Great Entertainers, HUGO'S BUFFALO MINSTRELS AND THE SPANISH STUDENTS. Grand Complimentary Benefit tendered by Mr Chas. Hugo to the DUNEDIN CITY FIRE BRIGADK, under the patronage of His Worship the Mayor (11. Gourley, Esq.) and City Councillors. A Magnificent Programme. Our splendid First Part Scene, THE SWINGING BEAUTIES. Our original Footba 1 ! Finale, the Maoris v. Otago, the City ("harp?, and other items too numerous to partioularise. TO-MORROW (TUESDAY) positively last Nijht of the Season, and Grand Comp'imentary Benefit tendered by the whole of lire company to MI3S PRI-CILLA. VERNE (Mrs Chas. Hugo) and MR CHAS. HUGO, when a Wonderful Pi ogratnme will be preserved. The Greatest Bill of the Season. A host of local talent have most generously promise d their assistance. Full particulars Tuesday's papers. Hugo's Original Prices—Circle, 2s; Stalls, Is j Pit, .Sixpence. Box office at Dresden. Tickets at Jacobs's and Allen's. Wednesday, (14th August)— Foresters' Hall, Port Chalmern. Thursday, Frldiy, and Saturday (15th, 16:h, and 17th August)-Public Hall, Oamaru. Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday (19th, 20th, and 21st August) -Theatro Eoyal, Timaru. Christchnrch to follow. R. A. UNDERWOOD, Business Manager.
PRINCESS'S THEATRE. DUNKDIN. Lessee, Manager, and Director, R. D'Orsay Cgdkn. On WEDNESDAY EVENING, Acccsr 14th. First appearanceof the wonderful childof genius, BABY OGDEtf, BABY OGDEN, Tn her realistic characterisation of JO. JO. 18 acknowledged artists of merit and position. New characterisation Old London fceneiy. Popular Piicea 3.i, 2», Is. Box office, Dresden Piano Company (no charge for booking). Day Tickets-Jacobs, tobacconist, and Allen, tobacconist. R. J. DIX, Advance Agent. ALAOE SKATING BINE. This Popular Place of A musement is now REOPENED. The 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. CH M 0 K E CONCERT,., ,U Tendered to the HAWKE'S BAY AND ' MAORI FOOTBALL TEAMS, City Hotel, TUESDAY, 13th AUGUST, at 8 p.m. Songs by Messrs Densera, Smith, Umbers, Hunter, and others. Admission, 3s 6d. FRED. % HORNF, O.R.F.U. MEETINGS. LODGE ST. ANDREW, No. 432, S.C. . IHE REGULAR MONTHLY MEETING 1. of the above Lodge will be held in. tba FreemasoDs' Hall, Moray place, TO-MORROW (Tuesday) EVENING, 13th inst, at 7.45 sharp. Visiting officers and brethren are cordially invited to attend. R. FORSYTH, Secretary. TAILORESSES' UNION OF N.Z. . IHE COMMITTEE of abovo Union request J all Tailoresses and Machinists in the different tailors' shops to meet them on, TUESD/VY EVENING, at 7-30, in the Youtg Women's Association Rooms, Moray place. Business important. NOTICE TO MEMBERS.' The Secretary will attend on Tuesday afternoon at the same placJ, from 4 p.m. to G p.m , for the purpose of giving the members thei? books. JOHN A. MILLAR,. Pec. TAIERI AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. THE ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING of the Members of the Society will be heldin the Athenaeum, Mosgiel, on FRIDAY, the 23rd INST., at 2 o'oloclc p.m. Business: To receive Repoit and Balance- J sheet, appoint Officers, and other matters. The Committee of Management Meet at 1 p.m. ROBERT FINDLAY, Secretary. Moßgiel, Ist August, 1889. LECTURES. LADSTONE, THE GREATEST LIVING K 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 6d. BOARD AND RESIDENCE. UPERIOR Board and Residence for Gentlej man or. Two Friends ; private house ;. no others tjaken. '-'Zeta,'Star Office. WANTRD, Two Young Men Boarders in private family; terms moderate; Catholic preferred. Mrs Jackson, Jones street (off Lees street). WANTED, by single gentleman, good Board and Residence—sitting room, dining room, and bedroom, with use of piano and bath. Apply " Merchant," P.O. Box 35. | N. MILLS begs to notify tbe General .« Public he has taken that well-known House known as YORK HOUSE, Moray place, and is now prepared to receive Boarders au4 Visitorp. Breakfast from 7 to' 9. Lunch from 12 to . Tea from 5 to 7Good table. Prices moder^to,
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