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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3, Issue 8036, 12 October 1889
LATE ADVERTISEMENTS DUNEDIN CITY AND SUBURBAN TRAMWAYS. ALTERATION OF FARE 3. rvN AND AFTER THIS DAY the FARES will be—One Penny for each Adult Passenger over any of the following sections—viz. : NORTH ROAD. High street and Albany street P. 0., Albany street P.O. and Botanic Gardens, Botanic Gardens and Normanby, Normanby and Hawthorns. CASTLE STREET ROUTS. Monument and Albany street corner, Albany street atid Gardens. SOUTH ROAD. Manse street mid Cargill road corner, Cargill road corner and Caversham terminus, Forbuiy road corner and St. Clair Beach (excepting last car week days, 2d), Cargill road corner and Hutton's Hotel. To or from any point beyond Hutton's Hotel the charge will be 3d, as tlio St. Kilda Korough has net yet consented to a reduction of hIQU. CHILDREN'S FARES. One Penny any through journey rJR EACH child under 12 years or AGE, excepting only Babies in arm?. Conductors arc strictly instructed to enforce this. SMALL PARCELS and FXCE3S LUGGAGE same rate as passengers. COUPON TICKETS of 35 Penny Tickets for 2i 61. ILITARY SPORTS TO BE HELD DURING THE NINTH ANNUAL TRAINING Of THE OTAGO HUSSASS AT TAIIUNA PARK, MUSSELBURGH, SArURUAY, 26th OCTOBER, 1889. PROGRAMME. 1. Tub Hobson Cup, mounted competition. 2. Cutting the Orange. 3. Mounted Competition. 4. Hurdle Racs ; twice round the course; 5 hurdles of 3ft high. Nominations, 7s Gd; acceptance?, ss, 5. Tent Pegging. 6. Artillery Gun Dismount, no Competition. 7. Menagerie Race ; open to all Volunteers and Permanent Artillery; no dogs or horses allowed ; entry, 2s 6d. 8. Flat Race ; twice round the courßO. Nomination?, 7a 6d; acceptances, ss. 9. Tua -ok - War for Trophy valued at 3 guineas; open to all Volunteers and Permanent Artillery; 10 men aside. Entry, 10s per tpam. 10. Handicap Trot ; twice round theceurse. Entry, 7s 6d; acceptances, ss. 11. Fescue Race, under fire. Entries to be made to tho Secretary on or before TUESDAY, 22nd October, 1889, P.O. 8:*46. MEBTINGS. CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH, Great King Street. Rev. A. H. WALLACE Preaches Morning, at 11, and 6.30 Evening. IVANGELISTIC Meeting in Farley's Hall jIJ To-morrow Night, at 7. Seats free and no collection. ODDFELLOWS' HALL, Stuart street,—The Church of Christ meets for Worship on Sunday, at 11 a.m. ; for Gospel Preaching, at 6.45 p.m. Subject tomorrow evening—'Eternal Life: To whom promised '!' All earnestly invited. ORTH DUNEDIN CHURCH. o_. The REV. J. GIBSON SMITH Will Preach To-morrow Morning and Evening. All sittings free at the Evening Service. T. ANDREW'S CHURCH. Mornintr and Evening, Morning Rev. G. W. J. SPENOF. Evening Rev. A. 0. NORTH. All sittings free at the Evening Service. ' ANOVER STREET BArTIST CHURCH LX —Sunday Services: Morning, 11 a.m., Maori Hill, ovoning ; N.E. Valley, 11 a.m., 6.30 p.m. ; Kaikorai School-houso, 6.30 p.m. CiONGRKGATIONAL CHURCH, j Moray tlack, Services To-morrow at 11 a.rr. and 6.30 juii. Morning Rev. J. FOSTER. Evening Mr JAGO. il I R S T CHURCH REV. DR DUNLOP. To-morrow Morning and Evening. All sittings free at the Evening Service. CHALMERS PR!ISB\'TERIAN CHURCH, Lower York Flack. Rev. J. M. FRASER will Preach 11 a.m. and 630 p.m. All seats free. CHORAL HALL, MORAY PLACE. J Evangelistic Service. Mr A. Brunton To-morrow (Sunday) Evening. Choir sings from 6.30. Service at 7. RINITY WESLEYAN CHURCH.— 11. Rev. W. Baumber; 6.30, Rev. G. W. J. Fpcnce. Cargill road Church (Anniversary ) 11, Kcv. R. Waddell: 6 30, Rev. W. Baumber. ,LL SAINTS' CHURCH. TO-MORROW— Matins and Holy Communion, 11 a.m. Evensong, 6.30 p.m. •OLY TRINITY, PORT CHALMERS. " SUNDAY. OCTOBER 13th, 1889. 3 o'clock p.m.— Volunteer Church Puradp. Preacher-Rev. W. RONALDSON. Preacher for the day also, the Rev. W. RONALDSON. CHURCH OF CHRIST. TABERNACLE, GREAT KING STREET. OCTOBER 30. Services: Morning at 11; Goßpel Preaching at 6.30. Public Hall, N.E. Valley, at 11 and 6 80. Sunday Schools at 3 p.m. ANOVER STREET BAPTIST CHURCH. SUNDAY SCHOOL ANNIVERSARY, OCTOBER 13th. Morning, 11 a m.—Rev. A. NORTH. Afternoon, 3 o'clock-Rev. J. T. HINTON (Children's Service). Evening, 6 30-Rev. R. WADDELL, M.A. Special Hymns rnd Choruses by the Children. Collection .it each Service in aid of School Funds. CARGILL ROAD WESLEYAN CHURCH. THE ANNIVERSARY SERMONS will he preached TO-MORROW as follows:Morning, at 11 - Rev. RUTHERFORD WADDELL, M.A. Afternoon, at 3-Rev. D. DUTTON. Evening, at 6.30-Rev. W. BAUMBER. A Collection will be made at each Scivico on behalf of tho Trust Fund. THE ANNIVERSARY TEA MEETING will take place on TUESDAY EVENING. Addresses on specially selected Topics will be delivered by Revs. R. J. Porter, D. Dutton, and W. Baumber. Mußio by the Choir and other friends. Tea on the tables at 6.30. Tickotß, ls6d; Children, Half price. THE PREMIER GOLD MINING COMPANY, LIMITED. , JIHE GENERAL MEETING of Shareholders J in the above Company will be held in the Office of the Company, No. 87 Princes street, DunediD, on THURSDAY, the 31st October, 1889, at 4 p.m. E. QUICK, Legal Manager. Dunedin, 9th October, 1889. TAGO BEEKEEPERS' ASSOCIATION. —The Regular Monthly Meeting of Mombers of tho above will be held in Messrs Royse, Smith, and Co.'s Office, Lower Rattray stroct (opposito Triangle), on MONDAY, the 11th inst., at 8 o'clock, whon a Paper will be read on 'Transferring.' CorauiiUco Meeting at 7.30 p.m. ROBT. YOUNG, Hon. See. TO TAILORS. * MEETING of JOURNEYMENTAILOKS will be held in the Oddfellows' Hall, Rattray street, on MONDAY EVENING next, at 8 o'clock, to consider matters of great interest to the Trade. All Jouruoymou Tailors recma led to attend. ROBT. O. WILSON,
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