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Page 3 Advertisements Column 5, Issue 8028, 3 October 1889
LATE ADVERTISEMENTS. ILLIAM TAYLOR, Practical Watchmaker, Jeweller, etc., late of Stuart street weighbridge, WHILST Thanking his many Friends and Customers for their past Patronage, Lrgs to announce to them and the )ÜBI.IO in general that he has taken more C'ommodionHPremises at Number •fl i\ George street, whero all Repairs env /W trusted to him will still be executed with that Neatneaß, (ARE, and Despatch that have earned \J merited approval in the past, and at the same exceptionally Moderate Charges. ENDERS for Removing House and AttaohJL ing same to Dwelling; also, Erecting Fence. Tenders received till Monday, 7th inst Apply Mrs Daly, St. Kilda. mUNLEKS Invited for Carpenter Work, X. etc., of Brick Shop and Dwelling for Mr Thomas Morrow, Maori Hill. Plans and specifications at Robert Anderson and Co.'b, George street. Geo. Thompson, architect. RENDERS are invited for Catering on the L occasion of the Caledonian Society's Concert and Ball, to be held on the 25th November, in the Garrison Hall. Further particulars can be obtained at the Society's Office, Manse street. JOHN CLEGG, Secretary. OLL9A! What's This? - For Sale, JUL fl-ROOMED VERANDAH COTTAGE, with a bay window and a full quarter of an acre level land, situated at Maryhill Terrace, Mornington. Terms—cash, L 27 5; a bargain. Apply JNO. BURN, Patrick street, Eglinton. ERBERT, HAYNES, AND CO. J. 50 DOZEN Would draw Special attention 50 DOZEN to their Large and Varied Stock 50 DOZEN of Silk Handkerchiefs, which for 50 DOZEN variety in design and coloring are 50 DOZEN unequalled in the City. 50 DOZE See Grand Display in Window. WHITE DRESS MATERIALS. WHIL'E DRESS MATERIALS. WHIIE DRESS MATERIALS. ->ROWN, EWING, AND CO 1 jL5> have jast received, ex Rimutaka, five cases lovely White Dress Textures, specially imported for the Exhibition choir, comprising—f3oo White Embroidered Robes, 8s Gd, To the 12s Gd, 15s, 18a, to 45a each r a™do 12 pieces White Nun's Veiling latiiks G p j ec(;s wwte French Cashmere of the I 6 pieces White French Merino ™xr,T.x I 10 pieces White Pongee Silks exhibi- 0 pieces White SUk Lustroß tion 100 pieces White Lice Stripe Mußlinß „ nnID 100 pieces White Lace Check Mnslins choir ?5 I)ieceß White Nftnisook Muslins BROWN, EWING, AND CO. Have pleasure in directing the attention of Ladies to the above splendid lot of Dress Materials, all marked at the Lowest Oaßh Prices WHITE DRESS MATERIALS. WHITE DRESS MATERIALS'.! WHITE DRESS'MATERIALS. TENDERS you CARPENTERS' WORK, Eto. TENDERS will bo received by the Dunedin Jockey Club until 4 o'clock on TUESDAY, Bth inst., for Repairs—Buildings, Fences, etc.—as per specification. Mr Vickery. the clerk of works, will bo at the Grand Stand every evening at 5.30 p.m. t.> point out the works required. SYDNEY JAME3, Sec. D.J.O. DREDGING ON THE KAWARAU RIVER. JUST PUBLISHED-A SRETCn PLAN showing the relative positions and boundaries of the following Dredging Claims on the Kawaran River:— Horseidioe Bend, Wakatipu Kawarau Big Beach, Fianktou Beach, and MorvenFerry Dredging Oomp.uiiej. with wivtral other Cliims on the 'JYrracea ailjac lit to the Kawarau, between the mouths of the Shotover and Arrow Rivers. Copies of the Plan may be had on application to LESLIE A. NORMAN, Sharebroker, Dunedin. September 30,1889. MEETINGS. A.O.F.— COURT PRIDK OF DUNEDIN, No. 3,780. THE ADJOURNED SPECIAL SUM MONED MEETING of the above Court will be resumed at the Oddfellows' Hall, Rattray street, Dunedin, TO-MORROW (Friday EVENING, at 7.30. Business: Revision of General Laws, commencing at No. 27 Subordinate Court Laws. JOHN WILSON, Sec. OTAGO EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTE, Dunedin Branch. rHE MONTHLY MEETING of the above will be held in the Normal School on SATURDAY FIRST, at 11 a.m , when Mr Chilton will read a Paper on • Natural Hit tory Societies for Children.' A Resolution has also been received from the G.O.M. expressing its disapproval of the action of certain members of the Institute in signing certain counter-reso-lutions to those laid before the Education Boud. A. PIRIE, Secretary. LODGE OTAGO KILWINNING, No. 417, S.C. THE OFFICERS AND MEMBERS of the above Lodge arc requested to meet at 7 p.m. TO-MORROW (Friday), 4th inst, at the Dunedin Masonic Hall, Moray place, to attend the Installation of the R.W.D.G.M., Nc w Zealand South. Officers to be in attendance at 7 p m. sharp. W. N. BASSTIAN, R.W.M. DISTRICT GRAND LODGE NEW ZEALAND SOUTH, B.C. DISTRICT GRAND LODGE OF OTAGO AND SOUTHLAND, B.C. HE OFFICERS AND MEMBERS of the , above District Grand Lodges and Lodges under their jurisdiction ate hereby summoned to meet at Masonic Hall, Dunedin, TO MORROW (Friday) EVENING, the 4th October, to attend the Installation of Bro. JameH Gore aB R.W. Disttict Grand Master of New Zealand South. LODGE OTAGO KILWINNING will be opened at 7 P-m, for the reception of Lodges and Visitors. The District Grand Lodge will be opened at 730 p.m. by Bro. Vincent Pyke, P.P.G.M., M.H.R., after which none will be admitted. By order. HBNRY NEILL, D.G. Sec, S.O. SYDNEY JAMES, D.G, Sec,. B.C. THE OFFICERS AND MEMBERS of the undermentioned Lodges are requested to Meet at the Masonic Hall, on FRIDAY, 4th inst., at 7 p.m.. to attend the Installation of R.W.M., New Zealand South : Lodges Otago, No. 844, E.G.; Dunedin, No. 931, E.C.; Hiram, No. 2,008, E.G.; Otago Kilwinning, No. 417, S.C.; Celtic, No. 477, 5.0.; St. John Kilwinning, No. 662, 5.0.; St. Patrick, No. 468,1.0.; Port Chalmers Marine, No. 942, E.C.; Cargill Kilwinning, No. 632, S.C. ; Lodge St. Andrew, No. 432, S.O. A. J. Earth, W.M., No. 844, E.C. J. S. Capstick, W.M., No. 931, E.C. T. A. Peterkin, W.M., No. 2,008, E.C. W. N. Basstian, R.W.M., No. 417, S.O. R. Sinclaib, R.W.M., No. 477. S.O. T. S. Jeiwrkv, R.W.M., No. 662, S.C. D. WiSHART, W.M., No. 468, I.C. J. T. Warburton, R.W.M., No. 632, S.C. R. Matheson, W.M., No. 942, E.C. J. S. Nugent, R.W.M,, JNo. 432, S.C. LOST AND FOUND. ' OST (Wednesday Evening, Roslyn), Purse J containing Ll-note and Silver; reward five shillings. Shepherd's Store, Roslyn. ' uST, a Purse, containing money and other 1 paper?, on Wednesday, Main road, Ijen Kvikorai and Rattray reward. R. Bentham,' storekeeper,, "Kaikc-rai Vnlleir. ••• -■ ■ * •-. +. -inw
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