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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4, Issue 7992, 22 August 1889
LATE ADVERTISEMENTS. ANTED Known—Herbert, Haynes have ' opened, ex Arawa, a very choice assortment of Boys' Washing Suits. JHXENJX Jama daily increasing in favor; take no other. IMPORTANT NOTICE. ONT FORGET these are the LAST FEW 7 DAYS of our GREAT SLAUGHTER SALE. GOODS MUST GO THIS WEEK. No reasonable offer refused. Tremendous Bargains in all Departments. Come and inspect our GLASS AND CHINA. Come and inspect our FANCY GOODS. Come and iuepect our USEFUL LINES. MONTAGUE'S GREA.T SLAUGHTER SALE. AMUSEMENTS ► RINCESS'S THEATRE. Lessee and Manager...R. D'Orsay Ogden. THIS EVENING (Thursday). AUGUST 22. Positively Last Night of the BABY OGDEN COMPANY. For This Night Only, UNCLE TOM'.S CABIN. Eva (her greatest impersonation) Baby Ogden Cassv t er (^ua ' cuaracters \ Helen Fergus Uncle Tom D'Orsay Ogdea Prices—ls, 2s, and 33. .AL A 0 E SKATING RINK. TO-NIGHT. TO-NIGHT. A REALLY ENJOYABLE EVENING. MAGNIFICENT BAND. Commencing 7.30 o'clock. ADMISSION ONE SHILLING. R. DAVY ALDRIOH, Manager. RINCESS'S THEATRE. Under the sole direction of Bland Holt. 1889 DRAMATIC SEASON 1889 COMMENCING SATDRDAY, AUGUST 24 BLAND HOLT Has the honor to announce as the initial attraction of his Dramatic Season of 1889, THE UNION JACK, This being its first production in Dunedin. Authors: Henry Pettitt and Sydney Grundy. For the complete Interpretation of his Dramas Bland Holt brings with him a fully organised and carefully selected Company of experienced AND SCENERY, painted by Mr GEORGE CORDON for their individual representation at the Theatre Royal, Melbourne. ALL SAINTS' SCHOOLROOM, THURSDAY, AUGUST 22, 8 p.m. DOME and see MEDEA, a Dramatic and Musical Burlesque (after Madame Ristori). Performers: Mr and Mrs Binns, Miss "Holland, Miss E. Treseder, Messrs W. Tewsloy, [ W. M'Liughlio, 0. Arlidge, James Richardson, * Masters C. and J. Binns. Musical contributions hy Mies Lougford, Miss and Master Towsey, and |Mr Jago. One Shilling. lATURDAY AFTERNOON CONCERTS. fith and Last cf the Seiios. AUGUST 24th. CHORAL HALL, 3 o'clock. Sicgle Admission, 2s CJ. i\ MATTHEW'S SUNDAY SCHOOL I PARISH TEA in aid of the School Funds. TO-MORROW (FRIDAY) EVENING. fi.3o, Tea in Schoolroom. 7 30, Organ Recital in Church. 8 30, Kxhibition of "English Cathedral" Views, by aid of Magic Lantern. Entrance —One Shilling. " We'll tik' a cup o' kindness yet, For the days of auld lang ayne." MEETINGS. OTAGO SUNDAY SCHOOL UNION. THE Teachers' Preparation Meeting will NC T be held To- morrow (Friday) Evening. W. T. TODD, Secretary. OTAGO BE ".KEEPERS' ASSOCIATION. PHE ANNUAL MEETING of the above Association will be held in the Chambsr of Commerce on THURSDAY, 29th INST., at 8 p.m. ROBERT YOUNG, Hon. Sec. N.B.—Will Members kindly intimate if they ! do not intend continuing membership prior to j that date? ' UNIVERSITY OF NEW ZE4LAND. GRADUATION CEREMONY. IHE PRESENTATION OF DIPLOMAS L will take place in the Garrison Hall, Dunedin, on WEDNESDAY, August 28th, at 8 pm. Doors open at half-past 7. ADMISSION BY SINGLE TIOKET ONLY. FREDERICK FITCHETT, For the Chancellor. TAIERI AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING. 3 WING to Mr Shand's Salo on Friday, the 23rd, the Annual Meeting of the Bociety has been Postponed till TUESDAY, the 27th inst., at 2 p.m. ROBERT FINDLAY, Secretary. BOARD AND RESIDENCE. ENTLEMAN requires (permanently) SitI ting and Bedroom with Board; no other lodgers; must be in thoroughly healthy and respectable locality. Office of this paper. " ANTED, 2or 3 Boarders. Apply No. 2 Gore terrace, Hope street. UPERIOR Board and Residence for 4 kj Gentlemen; terms moderate. Mrs Edwards, Clarke street, off High street. OME for an Elderly Man in Mormngton; . board and lodging low rate. Apply J, Neil, 74 George street. ANTED Known—Board and Residance , , for few Gentlemen; bath. Apply " A.B C.," Post office, Albany street. I N. MILLS begs to notify tre General L« Public he has taken that well-known House known as YOKK HOUSE, Moray place, and is now prepared to receive Boarders and Visitors Breakfast from 7 to 9. Lunch from 12 tc 2, Tea from 5 to 7. Good table. Prices moderate. LOST AND FOUND. OST, Yellow Collie Slut. Anyone found t detaining s:»rae after this will be prosecuted. Baxter's Store, Rattray street. ' OST, yesterday, in Oaversham, BlackaudJ white rough-haired Collie Dog; Clutba County collar. Reward by returning to Mr Knox, Farmers' Arras Hotel, Princes street south. Anyone detaining same will be prose cuted. OST, to-day, by poor woman, Purse conJ taining Money, between Oaversham tram, , Castle street and St. Andrew street. Please return William Russell, St. Andrew street. OUND, a Black Pig, in market garden at __■ Lower Kaikorai; owner can have same on payment of damaje done and expenses: if not claimed before the 28th inßt. will b.e sold, Apply Sew Hoy, Stafford street. GOVERNMENT NOTICES. LAND DISTRICT OF OTAQ€». NOTICE, URAL LANDS OPEN For Sale for Cash, I or for Seleotion on Deferred Payments or Perpetual Lease, at the option of the applicant. Sections in Maniototo and Teviot Survey Districts will be open for Sale or Selection as above on and after TUESDAY, 27th August, 1889, at prioes varying from 12s 6d ti 20s per aore. Posters containing full particulars, plans, and forms of application 'can be obtained at this i Office or at any looal Land Office. No applications for additional land will be received fr; m selectors who are in arrearjwith the payments on their present holdings. J. P. MAITLAND, Commissioner of Crown Lands, Crown Lands Office, j July, 1889. '
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