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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4, Issue 8031, 7 October 1889
LATE ADVERTISEMENTS LODGE ST. ANDREW, 432, S.O. The officers and brethren of the above Lodge are requested to meet at the Masonic Hall on WEDNESDAY, the 9th inst., at 3.80 p.ir, sharp, to attend the Funeral of tho late Bro. W. Meyer. Sister lodges are respectfully invited to attend. Fune al regalia. By order, R. FORSYTH, Secretary, FUNERAL NOTICE. THE Friends of the late George Thomsen are respectfully invited to attend his Funeral, which will pass the Railway Hotel, George street, Port Chalmers, TO-MORROW (Tuesday), at 3.15 p.m , for the place of interment in the New Cemetery. TAIERI RACKS, TVfOMINATrOXS f° r Handicaps close on FRIDAY, the 11th inst., at 8 p.m. All Nominations must bo in sealed covets, addressed to the Secretary, Mosgiel, and will not be received after the time stated.under any pretence whatever, or without being accompanied with the necessary amount in cash. Nomination foitns may be obtained from Mr Sydney James, Dunedin; from Mr Miller, saddler, Rattray street: or from W. CARNCROSS, Secretary, Motgiel. jyjEMBERS of Dumdin Highland Bille are reminded that Carnival Contribution Lists must be handed in at TO MORROW (Tuesday) NIGHT’S parade. JOHN GUNN, Captain, OTAGO EDUCATION BOARD. APPLICATIONS, accompanied by Certificates ami Testimonials, will be received up to TUESDAY, 15th October, from TEACHERS qualified to fill the following vacancies; Palmerston— FirstAssistant(Male). Salary, 1200. Tomahawk— Teacher (Female). Salary, lilOO. Benevolent Insttution—Teacher (Female). Salary, LBS. P. G. PRYDE, Secretary. OTAGO EDUCATION BOARD. TENDERS will be received up till TUESDAY, 15th October, for the following Worts : Norlh East Valley—Erection of Infant Room. Warepa—Repairs to School. Plans and Specifications for the Warepa work may be seen at the School, Balclutha; and for both works at Education Office, Dunedin. P. G. PRYDE, Secretary. AMUSEMENTS PRINCESS’S THEATRE. Leasee Mr Harby Rickards, Treasurer ... Mr John 0. Lketb. TO-NIGHT (MONDAY) TO-NIGHT 1 Positively the Last Night but Two of the HARRY RICKARDS NEW ENGLISH AND IRISH COMEDY COMPANY. Sole Proprietor .. Mr HARRY RICKARDS. On Saturday Night this Popular Place of Amrsement was agam PACKED, JAMMED, CRAMMED by a delighted and representative audience ta witness tho acknowledged BEST PROGRAMME of the Sen-on. SPOONS. SPOONS. SPOONS. SPOONS. SPOONS. SPOONS. IN ENGLAND. IS THAT POS'IBLE? THE HORSE COPER. THE HORSE COPER. Admission—2s, Is, and Gd. Plan at the Dresden. Day Tickets at Jacobs’s and Allen’s. WM. A. JINKINS, Business Manager. PRINCESS’S THEATRE. GRAND DRAM \TIO SEASON, Commencing THURSDAY. OCTOBER 10th. The Celebrated Popular London Actor, CHARLES WARNER CHARLES WARNER CHARLES WARNER, Supported by Miss GRACIE WARNER and a Powerful Dramatic Company, from the Principal Melbourne Theatre. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 10th, Production of the most successful Drama ever presented in Australia, HANDS ACROSS THE SPA HANDS ACROSS THE SEA HANDS ACROSS THE SEA. The entire mounting of this splendid production has been, at an enormous expense, transferred from the Theatres Royal, Melbourne and ey, including the magnificent Scenery by George Goidun, Join Brunton, and W. J. Wil son; the Appointments, by Mewn Burns, Maseey, and assistants; the Costumes, by Messrs Lincoln, Ituait and Co., of Melbourne, and Madame Boimer. Admission—4s, 2s Gd, and Is. Box plan now open at Dresden Piano Di pot. W. HUGHES, Manager. PALACE SKATING RINK, Moray place. ONE-MILE HANDICAP RVCF, WEDNESDAY NIGHT. Entiies Close Tuesday, 5 p.m, BANKRUPTCY NOTICE. v. B, GAZETTE IN BANKRUPTCY, THE EVENING STAB Is duly appointed Gazette for the publication of all Notices under the Bankruptcy Act, IN BANKRUPTCY. In the Sqpoijor Court of Bankruptcy of New Zealand, holdon at Dunedin, No. 547. In the matter of “The Bankruptcy Act, 1883,” and Amenlments thereof, and in the matter of the bankruptcy of JOSEPH BAIN CALDER, of Dunedin, in tho Provincial District of Otago, tailor, a Debtor. THE ABOVE-NAMED DEBTOR having filed a petition to bo adjudged a Bankrupt, I hereby summon the First General Meeting of Creditors to be held at my Office, No 12 Rattray street, Dunedin, on Saturday, the 12th day of October instant, at 11 o’clock in the forenoon. Dated this seventh day of October, 18j9, JAMFS ASHCROFT, Official Assignee. ALF bed E.. M?atvard, solicitor for the debtor. Australian Mutual Provident Society’s Buildings, Princes strict, Dunedin. In the Superior Court of Bankruptcy of New Zealand, bolden at Dunedin, No. 509. In the matter of “The Bankruptcy Act, 1883,” and the Amendments thereof, and of FRANCIS ALFRED FIERCE, of Moruington, near Dunedin, in the Provincial District of Otago, commie--5~" fcion agent, a Bankrupt. 'VTOTICE IS HKI.EBY GIVEN that on J3I Monday, the 7th day of October, 1889, the bankruptcy of tho alcove-named Francis Alfred Pierce was Closed, by order of the Court, idjNotico is Hereby also Given that the Court ippointed Monday, the 21st day of October, , for heaii'-g the application of the said icis Alfred Pierce for an Order of Discharge; that on that day, or as soon thereafter as ipplicatlon can be heard, the said Francis Pierce will apply for his Discharge D. DOUGLAS MACDONALD, ''' Bankrupt’s Solicitor. pie Chambers, No. 99 Princes street, Dunedin. LOST AND FOUND. FIVE Shillings Reward.— B WaU Foxterrier Bitch; qan\e on collar “Abdy Hughes.” 93 Princes street. LOST, Silver Brooch with name “Jeanie.” Reward on returning to W. Mitchell, grocer, N.E, Valley. LOST, on Saturday last, Brown Retriever Slut; answers to the name of “Fan.” Reward on returning to James Miller, Fairfield. LOST, Saturday evening, between Bt. Andrew and' St. David streets, Purse containing Money.' Reward' on leaving at Mr , Jack, baker, George street EOUND, Bunch of Keys Apply G. and T. Young. - - . . -
Page 3 Advertisements Column 4, Issue 8031, 7 October 1889
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