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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4, Issue 8006, 7 September 1889
LATE ADVERTISEMENTS. NEW ZEALAND EXHIBITION COMPANY, LIMITED. BUSINESS of the above Company ■_ and of the Commissioners of tbe New Zealand and South Seas Kxhibition. 1889-90, I will on and after THIS DATS bo CONDUCTED in the OFFICES in the Hxhibitiou Bunding, Jervois street. „™»„„ D. HARRIS HASTINGS, Secretary. READALBANE WHISKY. LI to LIO,OOO GIVEN AWAY. Every Buyer of a Bottle of this Famnug WHISKY has a Chance of obtaining a PRIZE. (Copy of Receipt from Mrs Callaghan.) "Received from Messrs R. Bowie and Co. the sum of Five Pounds sterling, for token on Bottle of Breadalbane Whisky. " sth September, 1889. "(Sigd.) Mrs CALLAGHAN." W. SCOULAR AND CO., Agents. NOTICE. NY PFRSON Catting or Removing __„ TIMBER from Sections 6G. 07, 68. 69. 70, and 78, block 1V„ Dunedin and East Taieri district (Leith Valley), without authority from the undersigned, will be prosecuted. J. AND W. GAGE, Rattray street. OTAGO EDUCATION BOARD. A PPLIOATIONS. accompanied by Certificates and Testimonial", will be received upTill TUESDAY. 17th SEPTEMBER, from TEACHERS qualified to fill the following vacancies:— Inch Valley —Head Teacher. Salary, Ll4B. , , 4 Oamaru North—Third Assistant (male). Salary, Lll4. Arthur street—Fifth Assistant (female). Salary, L 95. P. G. PRYDE. Secretary. OTAGO EDUCATION BOARD. .ENDERS will be received up till Tuesday, 17th mat, at 4 p.m., for the following works :- Balclutha—Addition to School. Papak»io—Shifting Residence. School ef Art, Dunedin—Painting. Plans and specifications for the Balclutha work may be seen at the School, Balclutha; for the Papakaio work at the Middle School, Oamsru; and for all the works at the Education Office, Dunedin. P. G. PRYDE, Secretary. NEW ZEALAND AND SOUTH SEAS EXHIBITION. WATER PIPES AND SERVICE. IENDFRS are invited for Supply of Cast J and Galvanized Iron Pipea; Laying and Connecting same with Corporation Water Mains. Tenders will be received up till 4 p.m. on Wednesday, tho 11th inst. Particulars at tho office of the undersigned. JAMES HISLOP, Architect. Dowling Btreet. STUART STREET WEIGHBRIDGE. EXTENSION OF TIME FOR TENDER?. FjjnHE TIMR for receiving Tenders for leasing B tin's Weighbridge in Extended to 5 o'clock p.m. on Wednesday, 18th September, 1889. ADAM GIRSON. Town Clerk. Dunedin, 6th September, 1889. INTERPROVINCIAL FOOTBALL MATCH. UCKLAND THE MATCH OF THE SEASON. CARISBROOK GROUND, TUESDAY, 10th SEPTEMBER. Kick-off, 3 30 p.m. sharp. ADMISSIONGround, Is; Ground and Stand, 2s. Tickets to admit to ground and stand may ba had from the Hon. Secretary or Hon. Treasurer. FRED. T. HORNF, Hon. Sec. O.R.F.U. HALF-HOLIDAY. i ,HE CITIZENS are respectfully requested I to observe TUESDAY AFTERNOON (10th inst.), from 2 o'clock, as a Half-holiday, on the ocasion of tho Football Match Auckland v. Dunedin. HUGH GOURLEY, Mayor. Dunedin, 7th September, 1889. NOTICE. ..IRE AND MARINE INSURANCE I OFFICES will be CLOSED on TUESDAY, the 10th inst, from 1 o'clock p.m. Ey order. THOS. H. HASKELL. Secretary. Dunedin, 6th September, 1889. LEITH WARD ELECTION. • ADIE3 AND GENTLEMEN,—Not being jIJ able on account of press of business to make a personal canvass of tho Ward, I hope the Ratepayers favorable to my return will find it pnnvenient to record their votes at the ALBANY STREET HALL on THURSDAY next. THOMAS JOHNSTON. NOTICE, LL PERSONS TRESPASSING in TaPolice are instructed accordingly. Poison laid for Dogs. By order. SYDNEY JAMES. Secretary Otago Agricultural and Pastoral Association. FIRST SPRING SHOW OP SEASONABLE NOVELTIES. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER sth, And Following Day?. BROWN, EWING, AND CO. respectfully request their Lady Patrons to favor them with a Visit of Inspection on Thursday next. Everything in touch with tbe times. SPECIAL NOTICE. HENDRY AND SONS, TAILOIIS, 80 George street, Wish to intimate that their alterations and extensions are now finished, and thoy can now boast of the most complete Tailoring Premises in the City, with Stock of SUMMER TWEEDS AND COATINGS second to no Tailoring Establishment in New Zealand. New Goods per s.s. Aorangi. BOARD AND RESIDENCE. WANTED by a Gentleman, good Board and Residence (private sittng room and bedroom); must be near centre of town. ( Apply, stating full particulars, to "Alexis, Star Office. N. MILLS begs to notify tbe General Public he has taken that well-known House known as YORK HOUSE, Moray place, and ia 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,
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