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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3, Issue 7997, 28 August 1889
LATE ADVERTISEMENTS. GRAND Band. New Music to suit all ears. At the Palace Skating Rink. Friday Evening. "MPOUNDED on the 27th day of Augu-t, . 1889, by Wi'liam Hendley, One Bay Gelding, white star on forehead, branded like J on near shoulder (owner unknown), for trespassing on Southern Recreation Ground; and i i default of being released the above gelding will be sold at the Public Pouu I at Dunedin f outh, on the 12th day of September, 1880, at twelve o'clock noon, JAMBS BARR, i Pouudkeeper. MARTIN, WATSON, AND COMPANY, LIMITED, in Liquidation. LLL PERSONS indebtid to Messrs Martin, Watson, and Company, Limited, are requested to pay their Acoounts to the Liquidator at the Offices of the Company, corner Octagon and Stuart street, or to their Collector (Mr G. A. Harlow), by sth September next; end all Persons having Claims against the siid Company are requested to forward their Accounts to the Liquidator by sth September r.cxt, after which date claims will not be rcco£niaed. E, WITHRRS, Liquidator. j BOROUGH OF PORT CHALMERS. Annual Election of One Councillor for High, East, Middle, and South Wards. ■VTOMINATIONS close at noon of Tuesday, 131 September 3rd, 1889, for the Annual Flection of One Councillor for High, Eist, Middle, and South Wards, The following are the respective places where Nominations (in the prescribed form) are to be lrdgcd : High Ward : Town Hall, Currie street; Robert Gilroy Anders, Returning Officer. East Ward : Mechanics' Institute, Grey street; D. O. Robertson, Returning Officer. Middle Ward : Mrs Mooney's ' ous •, Mv.<netic ttreet; John Shanks, Returning (iffic r. South Ward : Mr Walter Guthrie's Cottage, Harrington street; Shadrach Peny, Returning Officer. 1889. SPRING NOVELTIES. SPRING NOVELTIES. BROWN. EWING, AND CO. are now busy opening up their First Shipments of New Spring Goods ex dirrct steamers Arawa and Aorargi, comprising 165 cases of Choice General Drapery For SP«ING 1889 For SPRING 1889 For SPRING 1889. Mi SWING, who is still superintending the Buying in the Home Market?, has displayed excel ent taste and judgment in his various selections of i-easonable Spring Goods. A leading feature of the Dress Trade this season will bo the MODEL COMPOSITE ROBES MODEL COMPOSITE ROBES MODEL COMPOSITE ROBES. Each one different in style and material. Some of the Colorings are entirely novel and attractive. La r ge Checks are again in favor for Promenade Costumes. Ladies will be pleased »ith our new Spring Dress Textures. Everything in touch with the times at BROWN, EWING, AND CO.'?. BROWN, EWING, AND CO.'S. AMUSEMENTS RINCESS'S THEATRE. Under the sole direction of Bland Holt Loors open 7; performance commences 745 shaip. BLAND HOLT'S COMPANY of SELECTED ARTISTS, TO-NIGHT, 28th AUGUST, 1889, IN UNrON JACK Union Jaok Union Jack Union Jack Union Jack Uni n Jack Union Jack Union Jack Unios Jack Union Jack Union Jack Union Jack Union Jack Union Jack Umon Jack Union Jack Union Jack Union Jack Union Jack UNION JACK. "Union Jick," a poweiful play; To the Theatre haste away ! Much sensation, humor bright, Crowded houses every ninht. UNION JACK.—Acknowledged by Prfss and Public to be the Finest Production and Most (beautifully-dressed Play ever presented in Punedin. The story can be followed by a child. UNION JACK is a Romantic Military and Naval Love Story. BLAND HOLT ii a new creation, as a JOLLY BRITISH TAR. Pr'ces of Admission: Dress Circle, 4); Stalls, 2k 6.1 ( Pit, la. Box Plan at the Dresden Piano Depßt. Day tickets at Jacobs's and Allen's. Bii'inets Manager ... Mr W. H. Seagrave Advance Agent ... Mr W. H. Manning A s ; stant Stage Manager Mr Harry Norman [ALAOE SKATING RINK, I_ Moray Place. TO-NIGHT (WEDNESDAY), THE PALACE BAND. Skating 730 to 10 o'clock. Admiisi' n only One Shillirg. FRIDAY NEXT, THE LADIES' EVENING. Full Band, Highland Bagpipes, and, daring the intervals, Popular Songs. SPECIAL NOTICE. TUESDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 3rd, First Time in Dunedin—the Grand American Game of BASEBALL ON SKATFS Will take place at 9 o'clock. Admission Prices as usual. O" No Charge for uie of Private Skates. R. DAVY ALDRI- H, Proprietor and Manager. DUNEDIN ENGINEERS. ,„ .OURTH GRAND ANNIVERSARY L 1 BALL, GARRrSON HATX, Friday, September 13th. Robertaliaw's B aid, Meyers's Catering. Double Tt'ckfltp, 10a 6d ; Single, 7s Gd. To be had from Members of the Company. P. BRODIE, Hon. Pec. GRAND CONCERT will be held in the L North-east Valley Hall To-moirow (' hur d*y) Evening, 29th August, 1889, at 8 o'clck. Songs and Se'ecfions by Mesdamcs Palmer and Myers, Miss Cameron, and Messis PmiH), Densem, Umbers. F L. Jones, Tewsey, Myer j , Schacht, Robertshaw, Riedle, and other-i. Proceeds in aid of improvements to N.B. Valley School Grounds. MEETINGS. I SIXPENNY CLOTHING CLUB. IE ANNUAL MEETING of the Sixpenny " Clothing Club will be held TO-MORROW (Thursday), the 29th inst., at the YOUNG WOMBN'S ROOM 01 , Moray place, at 4 o'olook. BOARD AND RESIDENCE. OMC, Gentleman; two received; private t I sitting room ; separate bedrooms; liberal tablt ; ten minute*' town. " Superior," Star . ffice. rAN VKD, I'rivate Sitting ami L'ouble • y Room ; piano; breakfast, dinner at six. State terms " A ustralian," Star Office. VAOANC IBS for Two retpectable youn? Men ; tern s moderate; Uppi r Rattray btieet. Address "Home." Stah Office. KNTLEMAN leqmres (permanently) SitT ting and Bedroom with, Baard i no other loilgors; must b,e \a ;haroughly healthy an resp.gct&bjt) ' locality. "Zro," Offioe if th « paper. i N. MILLS begs to notify tbe General . * Public he has takuu tl at well-known lloue known as YQ.-.g KQTJSr*, Moiay place, and 's now to receive Boarders and Visitors Breakfast from 7 to 9. Lunch from 12 tc 2, Tea from. 6 (g 7. ftood, tfl% Ptwe»' moderate.
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