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LATE ADVERTISEMENTS. JOHN GUILMOTT, Hairdresser, 210 Princes street south, has engaged an Assistant. Customers may rely on quick despatch. i S~~IMPSON, Fruiterer, 186 Princes street (opposite Fish and Son’s), has on hand grand supply of all Seasonable Fruits. SIMPSON, Fruiterer (late ppanager to Hy. Lamer), invites all his Old Friends to look him up. Quality, Quantity, and Cleanliness a Specialty. . LOASB'V’S Corn Solvent removes oldest corn in week; causes no pain ; leaves no sore ; permanent cure. NEW ZEALAND AND SOUTH SEAS EXHIBITION. The UNDERSIGNED is a Cash Purchaser of Poultry, J. "WELLS, caterer, Provincial Hotel, Dunedin. DUNEDIN AND SOUTH SEAS EXHIBITION. APPLICANTS for Employment in Refreshment and Catering Department will please apply in writing, with copies of testimonials and references, to J. WELLS, Provincial Hotel. TAIERI RACKS. "VTOMINATIONS for Handicaps close on j>l FRIDAY, the 11th inst., at 8 p.m. All Nominations must be in scaled covers, addressed to the Secretary, Moegiel, and will not bo received after the time stated under any pretence whatever, or without being accompanied with the necessary amount in cash. Nomination forms may be obtained from Mr Sydney James, Dunedin; from Mr Miller, saddler, Rattray street: or from W. OARNOROSS, Secretary, Mosgiel. WHITE DRESS MATERIALS. WHITE DRESS MATERIALS. WHITE DRESS MATERIALS. Brown, swing, and coi have just received, ex Rimutaka, five cases lovely White Dress Textures, specially imported for the Exhibition choir, comprising—/*3OO White Embroidered Robes, 8s Cd, 12s Gd, 15s, 18s, to 45a each 12 pieces White Nun’s Veiling 6 pieces White French Cashmere 6 pieces White French Merino 10 pieces White Pongeo Silks 6 pieces White Silk Lustres 100 pieces White Lace Stripe Muslins 100 pieces White Lace Check Muslins 75 pieces White Nanisook Muslins To the LADIES of the EXHIBIBROWN, EWING, AND CO. Have pleasure in directing the attention of Ladies to the above splendid lot of Dress Materials, all marked at the Lowest Cash Prices WHITE DRESS MATERIALS. WHITE DRESS MATERIALS. WHITE DRESSpIATERIALS, AMUSEMENTS PRINCESS’S THEATRE. Lessee Mr Harry Rickards. Treasurer ... Mr John C. Lekte. Last Night but One of the Greatest Success, artistically and financially, that has ever been known in Dr nedin. Remember that TO-MORROW (WEDNESDAY) la positively the Last Night in Dunedin of the HARRY RICKARDS NEW ENGLISH AND IRISH COMEDY COMPANY, When Mr Rickards will take a COMPLIMENTARY F AREWELL BENEFIT, TO-NIGHT! TO-NIGHT ! TO-NIGHT ! First and Only Time in Dunedin, THE GOLDEN WEDDING. THE GOLDEN WEDDING. PRETTY BIRD. PRETTY BIRD. Admission —2s, Is, and 6d. Plan at thi Dresden. Day Tickets at Jacobs’s and Allen’s. WM. A JINKINS, Business Manager. PRINCESS’S THEATRE GRAND DRAMATIC SEASON, Commencing THURSDAY, OCTOBER 10th. The Celebrated Popular London Actor, CHARLES WARNER CHARLES WARNER CHARLES WARNER, Supported hy Miss GRACIB WARNER and i Powerful Dramatic Company, from the Principal Melbourne Theatre. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 10th, Production of the most successful Drama eve presented in Australia, HANDS ACROSS THE SEA HANDS ACROSS THE SEA HANDS ACROSS THE SEA. POSITIVELY FOR 4 NIGHTS ONLY. The entire mounting of this splendid produc tion has been, at an enormous expense, trans ferred from the Theatres Royal, Melbourne am Sydney, including the magnificent Scenery b; George Gordon, John Brunton, and W. J. Wil son; tho Appointments, by Messrs Burns Massey, and assistants; tho Costumes, b; Messrs Lincoln, Stuart and Co., of Melbourne and Madame Bcatner. Admission—4s, 2s 6d, and ls. Box plan noi open at Dresden Piano Depot. W. HUGHES, Manager. PALACE SKATING RINK Moray place. TO-MORROW NIGHT OOT. 9, ONE-MILE HANDICAP RACE, o Skates. Admission, One Shilling. EOSLYN INSTITUTE. A CONCERT in aid of the Library Fun will be given in the Hall, High street Roslyn, on FRIDAY, 11th October, 1889. Admission, Is, MEETINQS . LODGE ST. ANDREW, 432, S.C. rHB OFFICERS AND BRETHREN c the above Lodge are requested to meet a be Masonic Hall TO-MORROW (Wednesday; be 9th inst., at 3.30 p.m. sharp, to attend th funeral of the late Bro. H. W. Meyer, Sistf odgos are respectfully invited to atteuc 'uneral regalia. By order, R. FORSYTH, Secretary. DISTRICT GRAND LODGES OF NEV ZEALAND SOUTH, S.C., AND OTAGO AND SOUTHLAND, E.O. THE OFFICERS AND MEMBERS of tl above District Grand Lodges an Members of Lodges under their jurisdiction ai requested to meet TO-MORROW (Wednesday tho 9th inst., at 3.30 p.m., at the Mason Hall, to attend the FUNERAL of the la< BRO. H. W. MBYER. Masonic Costume. By order. HENRY NEILL, D.G. Sec., S.C. SYDNEY JAMBS, D.G. See., E.O. CALEDONIAN SOCIETY OF OTAGO. ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING « the above Society will be held i aia’s Hotel, Princes street, on FRIDAY, tl th inst., at 8 p.m. Business: To receii rectors’ Report and Balance-sheet, ele Bee-bearers for the ensuing year, and insact any other incidental business. JOHN CLEGG, Secretary. MASONIC, THE ADJOURNED MEETING of Shar holders of Freemasons’ Hall Gompan [ Limited, will be held at Masonic Hall THI 5 EVENING, at 8 o’clock. Business Important. " G. 0. JEFFERY, Secretary. BOARD AND RESIDENCE. ) ■ ■ ! A BACHELOR wants Board and Led icg. Apply “M.H.,” office of Evenii - Star. . BOARD and Residence, private family; su two friends; terms moderate. Beaumoi Cottage, Frederick street. 1 WTTANTED, Board and Residence for Lad] W Oaversham or St. Clair preferred - “ W.M.,” Star Office. 3 tttANTED, by Two Gentlemen, super! 1 W Board and Residence; two bcdrooi . and sitting room; no other boarders take r P.O. Box 293. * 1% yfOERAKI. Superior Acoemmodatio IVX Terms, etc., apply Mrs Hull, Moetaki 3 T>RIVATE Board and Residence for Gent) ' I men; bathroom, hot and cold ; eve - comfort. Gordon House, Moray place. LOST AND FOUND. LOST, Black-and-white Collie Pup. Find rewarded on returning Mr Camera D. Benjamin and Co,

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3, Issue 8032, 8 October 1889

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 Issue 8032, 8 October 1889

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