fcATE ADVERTISEMENTS. -VIRECT fr° m tTie iStiTls.—Choice selestion J grand Tweeds and. Coatings for Bespoke Deriartrtient.- Clothing Factory, Octagoff. ._, i'BIMK. Joint* Roast Beef from 2d lb.- W1 ME FIBERS OF OTAGO LODGE and Siste/ Lodges are requested to attend the Funeral of the late wife of Bro. Henry Stokes, whioh will leave bis residence, Brunei street, MorniDgton, SATURDAY first, at 2.30, for the Southern Cemetery. ADAM GARDNER, Secretary. LAST WEEK LAST WEEK LAST WEEK LAST WEE& OF THE CONTINENTAL BOOT SALE STOCK Bought by SIMON BROS. Fmtfwr Reductions for Final Week. A Special tot of CHILDREN'S FANCY SHOES, CONTINENTAL BOOT DEPOT, Neit Brown, Swing, and Coi's, Princes street. r(ITY BOOT PALACE, Ly 71 George street LAST DAY OF SALE, LIGHTBAND, ALLAN, AND CO.'3 BANKRUPT STOCK. TO-MORROW (Saturday), 21st INST., Ii positively the Lait Day of Sale. We would advise our Customers and the Public to be on the spot early, as we are going to show Bargains that will astonish the Trade. Note Address; CITY BOOT PALACE, 71 George street. AMUSEMENTS TO-NIGHT! TO-NIGHT! M AGO ABE, MACCABBE, MDLLE. MINNIA, IN THE MAGIC STATUK AND BEGONE DULL CARE. The Grand Piaco supplied by the Dresden Piano Company. Dress Circle, 3?: Stalls, 2«; Pit, Is. Box Plan now open at Dresden Piano Company's. Day tickets at Allen's and Jacobs's, Tobacconists. Doors open 7; commence P. GEORGE BULLEB, Manager. T. MAT Tn E W'S CHURCH. DEDICATION FESTIVAL, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 21. Holy Communion ... 7.30 a.m. Matins ... .. ... 9.30 a.m. EvensoDg (choral), with ad- ") dress by incumbent to >7.80 p.m. lay-helpers ... ...) RINCESS'S THEATRE. PRELIMINARY ANNOUNCEMENT. 49* THE COMING SENSATION. "B* Mr HARRY RIOKABDS begs to announce the inauguration, on WEDNESDAY EVENING NEXT, SEPTEMBER 25th, of the most unique Amusement Enterprise ever undertaken in the Southern Hemisphere. Since his last visit to New Zealand he has been to England, and spared neither time, trouble, nor expense in engaging the very Best Company of Comedians, Actors, Vocalists, Dancers, Musicians, and Specialists ever brought to Australia. THE PRICES-A REVELATION. It is due mainly to a combination of fortuitous circumstances that such an organisation as the present Company—tbe very Pick of the Greatest Companies in England and Europe—a Company that is positively startling in its magnitude and greatness, has been made possible in the colonies, and to which (notwithstanding the enormous expense attached thereto) the Prices of Admission have been fixed at— Dbess Circle ... TWO SHILLINGS Stalls ONE SHILLING Pit SIXPENCE. The Box Plan is now open at the "Dresden,' and Stall and Pit Tickets may be obtained at Jaoc bs's. The Management would urge intend ing Patrons to secure seats immediately, and thus avoid the ctush at the doors. WM. A. JINKINS, Business Manager. BOARD AND RESIDENCE. WANTED, Board and Residence in private family by young Lady. Address, stating terms, "Annie," STAB Office. )OARD and Lodging Wanted for Married u> Couple in or near Dunedin. State terms to "E.F.H," Stab Office. MEETINGS. M.U.1.0.0.F. OTAGO DISTRICT. rpHE HALF-YEARLY MEETING of X District Committee of the above-named Society will be held at the Lodge Room of the Oamaru Lodge, Oddfellows' Hall, Oamaru, TO-MORBOW (Saturday), the 21st iost., at 3.30 p.m. o'clock. Town, Suburban, and Southern Delegates will leave Dunedin by the 11 a.m. express train on Satutdav. P. BLACK, Prov. C.S. ELECTION NOTICES. Dunedin, September, 1889. TO JOHN ROBERTS, Esq , J.P. SIR, We, the Undersigned Burgesses of Dunedin, respectfully request that you will allow yourself to be NOMINATED for the Position of MAYOR of the City for the ensuing Term ot Office, 1889-90, and should you consent to do so we pledge ourselves to use our best efforts to secure your return. W. Dawson R. H. Leary Mark Sinclair James Cramond A. Solomon C. Haynes H. F. Hardy M. Cohen Wm. Swan A. O. Kimbell A, Lee Smith Ben. Bagley J. Matthewß Thoß. Johnston Simon M'Donald George Elßon B. Hallenstein D. Heenan Millen Coughtrey J. B. Callan P. Fredric Jas, T. Mackerras Colraan Burke T. S. Graham Jas. Pettigrew J, E. Hutchinson G. G. Russell J. B. Thomson C. S, Reeves K. Ramsay Jas. Allen, M.H.R. Fred Fitchett, LL.D. and M.H.R. Alex. Cairns Wm. Woodland Jno. Hislop, LL.D. Jas. Robin G. Bliot Eliott R. K. Murray G. C. Matheson W. Owen Robert Stout Alex. Sligo Jas. Beadle G. P. Farquhar Sew Hoy R. Wilson E. E. C. Quick Jos. Braithwaite R. Phelan Francis Meenan. Alex. Burt G. M'Lean W. H. Reynolds. And 828 others. GENTLEMEN,—I gladly accept your invitation to allow myself to be Nominated for the Position of Mayor of the City for the ensuing year. Should the Citizens do me the honor of electing me, I shall do my utmost to fufil the dutieß of the Civio Chair in a becoming manner. Thanking you for the kindly offer of your support, I am, Gentlemen, Your obedient servant, JOHN ROBERTA Duuedio, ISth TJepttmber, ISSP,
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