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LATE ADVERTISEMENTS WE are Cash Buyers of Wool, Sheepskins, Eabbitskins, Horsehair, etc., in any quantity. Arthur M‘Donald and Co., Bond street. UTMOST Value in Cash is paid by the Challenge Piano Depfit for Second-hand Pianos. CHOICE Selection of Dress Materials; leading shades. Dressmaking under experienced management. Mrs Gill, Princes street J O'S!' Opened, splendid assortment of Ladies’ Jackets and Mantles; leading shapes and newest colors. Mrs Gill. DIRECT from the Mills.—Choice selection grand Tweeds and Coatings for Bespoke Department. Clothing Factory, Octagon. TENDERS will be received until Noon of THURSDAY, 17th inst., for MAKING and BURNING, on the Ground, at Shag Point Coal Mine, 300,000 ERICKS, for lining shafts. Specifications may be seen at the Mine, or at the Office of Ross and Glendining, Stafford JAMES HAZt EIT, I ProDrietor , R. GLENDINING, f 1 ro P rietors - ROSLYN BOWLING CLUB. THE Green will be opened for the sea'on on SATURDAY Next, thel2thinst.,at2.3o p.ra., with a match between President and A’icepresidents. Gentlemen wishing to bcccmo members of the Club are cordially invited to attend. 15. M. ROACH, Hon. Sec, CALEDONIAN BOWLING CLUB, THE Opening Match of the Season will be Played (weather permitting) on the Green on SATURDAY FIRST, at 2.30 p.m A large attendance of Members and Friends requested. By order. THOMAS R. DODDS, WHITE DRESS MATERIALS. WHITE DRESS MATERIALS. WHITE DRESS MATERIALS, Brown, ewing, and co have just received, ex Rimutaka, five cases lovely White Dress Textures, specially imported for the Exhibition choir, comprising—f 300 White Embroidered Robes, 8b Cd, 12s 6d, 15s, 18s, to 45s each 12 pieces White Nun’s Veiling 6 pieces White French Cashmere 6 pieces White French Merino 10 pieces White Pongee Silks G 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 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 Cash Prices WHITE DRESS MATERIALS. WHITE DRESS MATERIALS. WHITE DRESS MATERIALS. LOST AND FOUND. LOST, a Half Sovereign, by w'dow’s little boy ;2s Gd reward. W. Hutchison, bootmaker, King street north. LOST, Gold Leaf-brooch ; finder kindly return to Stanley House, Moray place. A. Fargie. LOST, yesterday, between Knox Church and j Highcliff, Pocket Book containing papers. Reward on returning to Thomas Sproule, High- j cliff, or Mrs Martin, Frederick street, off King j street. GOVERNMENT NOTICES. Y. R. NEW ZEALAND RAILWAYS. PALMERSTON RACES. CHEAP EXCURSION FARES. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 11th. ON Friday, 11th October. Cheap Excursion Tickets to Shag Valley Racecourse will bo issued at Dunedin, Pelichet Bay, and Ujpcr Port Chalmers by the Train leading Dunedin at 7.45 a.m. The Pelichet Bay and Upper Port Chalmers Tickets will be available for return by a Train leaving Palmerston for Dunedin at 520 p.m.; and the Dunedin tickets by the 5 20 p.m. or 0.51 p.m. trains from I'almerston. The fares to the Racecourse from Dunedin, Pelichet Bay, and Upper Port Chalmers will bo FIRST CLASS, Cs. SECOND CLASS, 4s Gd. The Return Faro from Palmerston to the Racecourse (tickets available on day of issue only) will be : ONE SHILLING. Trains will leave Palmerston for the Racecourse at 11.5 a.m., 11.50 a.m., and 1.10 p.m,; returning from the Racecourse at 4 50 p m , 5.50 p.m , and 6 30 p.m. The Dunback Branch Train will stop oppo'•>o the Racecourse. Train usually leaving Palmerston for Du:.. at 4.50 p.m. will not leave until 520 p.m., living Waikouaiti 6.0 p.m., Seacliff G,i)s p.m., and Waitati 7.5 p.ra. The Dunback Train will not leave Palmerston till 7.0 p m. Saturday Return Tickets to Palmerston will be issued at Dunedin, Dunback, Waiareka Junction, and intermediate stations on 11th October, and will be available for return on day of issue only. By order. SHIPPING. TTNION steamship U COMPANY OF NEW ZEALAND (LIMITED). TIME TABLE. OAMARU,—BEAUTIFUL STAR, s.s., on Tuesdays and Fridays. Passengers from Dunedin Wharf on Friday at 10 p.m. Cargo till 3 p.m. LYTTELTON, Wellington, Picton, Nelson, Taranaki, and Manukau. ROTORUA, s.s,, on Tuesday, 15th October. Passengers from Dunedin wharf at 3 p.m. Cargo till noon, AUCKLAND via Lyttelton, Wellington, Napier, and Gisborne. —ROTOMAHANA, on Wednesday, 16th October. Passengers per 2.80 p.m. train. Cargo at Wharf till 4 p.m. Tuesday. MELBOURNE via Bluff and Hobart MANAPOURI. s.s., on Thursday, 17th October. Passengers per 3.85 p.m, train from Dunedin Wharf at 3 p.m. MELBOURNE via Bluff, TARAWERA, s.s,, on Thursday, 10th October. Passengers from Dunedin Wharf at 3.30 p.m. SYDNEY via Lyttelton, Wellington, Napier, Gisborne, and AuckIand.—WAIRARAPA, s.s., on Wednesday, 23rd October. Passengers from Dunedin Wharf at 2.30 p.m. SYDNEY via Oamaru, Tinuru, Lyttelton, and Wellington.—TEKAPO, s.s., on Monday, 4th October. Passengers from Dunedin Wharf at 5 p.m Cargo till 2 p.m. FIJI from Auckland. ARAWATA, s.s., about Sunday 13th October. TONGA and Samoa.—WAINUI from Auckland, on Wednesday, 23rd October. Freight and Passengers booked through. Full particulars on application. TAHITI.—RICHMOND, s.s., about Friday, Bth November. SPECIAL CARGO AND PASSENGER 7 SERVICE Reduced Fares and Cargo Prices, WESTPORT via Timaru, Akaroa, Lyttelton Wellington, and NeIson,—MAHINAPUA, s.s., on Friday, 11th Oetober. Passengers from Dunedin Wharf at 6 p.m. Cargo till 2 p.m.J AUCKLAND, via Oamaru, Timaru, Napier, and Gisborne (taking cargo for Tanranga), —A STEAMER early. GREYMOUTH (taking cargo for Hokitika) via Oamaru, Timaru, Lyttelton, and Wellington.—A STEAMER early. Offices : Corner of Vogel, Water, and Cumberland streets.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3, Issue 8034, 10 October 1889

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 Issue 8034, 10 October 1889

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