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LATE ADVERTISEMENTS. JEIVILEGES for Hunt Club Races, September Utth atd 14tb, Sold at Wright, StephensoD, and Oo.'s New Yards on Saturday, 7th inst, at 11 o'clock. ■ THE PALACE SKATING .■* RINK may be Engaged Privately for Balls, Skating Partieß, or other Amuserrents, upon leasouable terms, by apply iug to Mr ALDRIOH, Proprietor. SPECIAL NOTICE. HENDRY AND SONS. TAILORS, 80 Qoorge street, Wish to intimate that their alterations and extensions are now finished, and they can now boa3t of the most complete Tailoring Premises in the City, with Stock of SUMMER TWEKDS AND COATINGS second to no Tailoiing Establishment in New Zealand. New Goods per s.s. Aorangi. ISTBIOT ORDEB. Volunteer Office, Dunedin, 6th September, 1889. The Corps ordered for Parade on the 9th inst. (and also on future occasions) will assemble at the Garrison Hall. By order, H. GORDON, Major, District Adjutant. NEW ZEALAND AND SOUTH SEAS EXHIBITION. WATER PIPES AND SERVICK. IENDFRS are invited for Fupply of Cc*t and Galvanize 1 Iron Pipe-; Laying and Connecting same with Corporation Water Mains. Tenders will be received up till 4 p.m. on Wednesday, the 11th inst. Particulars at the office of the undersigned. JAMES HIt'LOP, Atobitect. Dowling street. BOOTS 1 BOOTS ! BOOTS! The Reason f THfl NORTH DUNEDIN Plain. BOOT DEPOT Hold their own aga'nst All Comers The Reason because Plaa. Their Boots wrar well, \ Their Boots fit well, The Reason Their Boots look well, Plain. And Piiccs are not beaten in the Trade. Ti y Us. King stiu kt, near Union street I (opposite School). FRESH COFFEE DAILY. TO MEET A FELT WANT, we have imported a Patent Gas Coffee Roaster, which, with our Steam Mi 1, reduces the trouble of Boasting and (jrrii<iin,s to a minimum. Those who wish PURE COFFEE can now get it FRESH from the MILL. MOOHA COFFEE PURE COFFRFI COFFEE with CHICORY. Prices strictly moderate. IRVINE AND ST3VENSON. NOTICF, LL PERSONS TRESPASSING in Ta- . huna Park will be Prosecuted, The Police are instructed accordingly. Poison laid for Dogs. By order. SYDNEY JAMES, Secretary Otago Agiicultural and Pasoral Association. INTERPROVINCI VL FOOTBALL MATCH. UOKLAND OTAGO. THE MATCH OF THE SEASON. CARISBROOK GROUND, TUESDAY, 10th SEPTEMBER. Kick-off, 3 30 p.m sharp. ADMfSSIONGround, Is; Ground and Stand, 2s. Tickets to admit to ground and stand may he hid from the Hon. Secretary or Hon. Trea Bnrer. FRED. T. HORNF, Hon. Sec. O.R.F.U. FIRST SPRING SHOW OP SEASONABLE NOVELTIES. THURSDAY, SEFTEMBER sth, And Following Days. >ROWN, EWINC, AND CO. 9 respectfully request their Lady Patron* to f.ivor them with a Visit of Inspection on Thuredßy next. Evirytliing in touch with the times. 'ERBERT, HAYNEB, AND CO. Are now. Showing. THE "UTILE DULCI" HAT, THE "UTILE DULCI" HAT, THE "UTILE DULCI" HAT, The most perfect Sanitary Hat ever produced. L2.6G0. L2.6G0, T,HE GREAT BOOT SALE, Commencing SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 7th. 12,080 (Ci IM O N BROTHERS L2,r60 Oars L2,ojiO SLAUGHTERING THE WHOLE OF THE BOOTS CONTINENTAL BOOT BOOT 8 < DEPOT'S BOOTS IMMEmE STOCK On the Premises, Princes street, L2.6G0 UNDER WAIN'S HOTEL L 2.660 (Two Doors from Brown, Ewing, and L 2.660 [ Co.'s). MEETINGS. JUBILEE PARK. NNUAL GENERAL ME&TING will be L held at the Town Hall on Friday Evening, 6th inst., at 8 p.m. Business: Report, Balance-sheet, Election of Cfficeia for ensuing year. All interested are invited to attend. J. O. THOMSON, Hon. Sec. SAVAGE CLUB. -EMBERS are notified that the Club, I Clrßes its Season next MONDAY with a GUESTS'NIGHf The chair will be taken by Dr Belcher at 8.30 J, VV. OARGILL, Hon Sec. LECTURES. N.E. VALLEY, PREBBYTBRIAN OHUROH. A LECTURE will be given by the Bev, J. Gibson Smith on 'SCOTLAND AND THE SCOTCH,' on FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 6, at 8 p.m. A selection of Scotch songs will be siang daring the evening. Collectipn in aid of Sunday School Fund.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 5, Issue 8005, 6 September 1889

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 5 Issue 8005, 6 September 1889

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