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Page 3 Advertisements Column 5, Issue 8043, 21 October 1889
MEETINGS. MEETING of the Shareholders of the Temperance Mission Brass Band, Wednesday next, at Young Women’s Booms, Moray place, 7.30, Business: Be Sale of Property, DISTRICT GRAND LODGE OF OTAGO AND SOUTHLAND, E.O, DISTRICT GRAND LODGE NEW ZEA i,AND SOUTH. S.O. fin HE OFFICE BR AND MEMBER!! of the I above District Grand Lodges are hereby Summoned to Attend the Installation Ceremony of the W.M. Hiram Lodge, 2,008, K.C., at Freemasons’ Hall, Cargill road, South Dunedin, on TUESDAY, 22nd October, at 8 p.m. By order. SYDNEY JAMES, D.G. Sec., E.C. HENRY NEILL, D.G. Sec., S.O. TAILORBSSE3’ UNION OF N.Z. A SPECIAL MEETING will be held on TUESDAY, the 22nd inst., in the Young Women’s Christian Association Rooms, at 7.30 p.m. Business important. Alt members requested to attend. .T. A. MILLAR. LODGE HIRAM. No, 2,008, E C. The regular monthly meeting of the above Lodge will bo held in the Freemasons’Hall. Cargill road, South Dunedin, on TUESDAY, 22nd Coiober, at 7.30 p.m. Business : Installation of W.M. and Investiture of Officers. Visiting'JLodges are cordially invited. The Installation Ceremony will be conducted by the R.W.D.G.M. (Bro.. Thomas Sherlock Graham) and Officers, K.C. E. CLARK, Secretary. N.B.—A Reunion will be held in the Caversham Hall at 9.30 p.m. Arrangements have been made with the Tram Company to have a special oar leaving Caversham at the close of the Reunion, THE OFFICERS AND MKMBBES of the undermentioned Lodges are retjuestad to Meet at the Masonic Hall, Cargill road, South Dunedin, on the 22nd inst., at 7.30 p.m , to attend the Installation of W.M'. and Investiture of Officers of Lodge Hiram, 2,008, 'E.O. : Lodges Otago, No. 844, E.C,; Disced in, No. 931, E.C. ! Otago Kilwinning, No 417, S O.; Celtic, No. 477, 8.C.; St. John Kilwinning, No. 662, 8.0, ; St. Patrick, No. 468,1.0.; Port Chalmers Marine, No. 942, E. 0.; Cargill Kilwinning, No. 032, S.C. ; Lodge St. Andrew, No, 432, S. 0. A. J. Barth, W.M., No. 844, E.C. J. S. Oapstick, W.M., No. 931, E.O. W. N, Basstian, R.W.M.. No. 417, S.O, R, Sinclair, R.W.M., No, 477, S.C. T. S. Jeffrey, K.W.M., No. 662, S.C. D. Wishart, W.M., No. 468, 1.0. R. G. Anderson, R.W.M., No, 632, S.O. R. Matheson, W.M., No. 942. E.C. J. S. Nugent, E.W.M., No. 432, S.C. PRIMITIVE METHODIST CHURCH, Dundas street, SUNDAY SCHOOL ANNIVERSARY. A Public Meeting will be held on TUESDAY, 22nd October. Solos, Readings, Recitations, and Instrumental Music; also, Prizes will be given out. AH invited. Collection in aid of School Fund. GOVERNMENT NOTICES. 1 R. NEW ZEALAND RAILWAYS. SUPPLY AND DELIVERY OF UNIFORMS, 1889-91, Railway Department, Head Office, Wellington, 9th October, 1889, FRESH WRITTEN TENDERS will be received at this Office ud to noon of MONDAY, the 28th October, 1889, for the Supply and Delivery of Uniforms for North Island Railways. Specifications and forms of tender may be obtained, and samples of clothing seen, at the Railway Store Offices, Newmarket, Petone, Addington, and Hillside. Tenders to be addressed to the New Zealand Railway Commissioners, Wellington, and to be marked outside "Tender for Uniforms.” The lowest or any tender will not necessarily be accepted, and telegraphic tenders will not be entertained. By order of the Commissioners. R. OARROW, Stores Manager. V, E. NEW ZEALAND RAILWAYS. TIMARU AGRICULTURAL SHOW, OCTOBER 29 AND 30. TIMARU RACES, OCTOBER 31, SATURDAY RETURN TICKETS to Timaru will be issued from Waiareka Junction, Dunedin, and Intermediate Stations (including Branches), on 26th, 28tb, and 29th October; and will be available for return up to aud including Friday, Ist November. By order. V. R. NEW ZEALAND RAILWAYS. Public Works Office, Dunedin, 21st October, 1889. WRITTEN TENDERS will be received at the Public Works Office, Wellington, until noon of Wednesday, the 13th November, 1889, for the Middlemaroh Bridges Contract, Otago Central Railway. They are to be marked on the outside “ Tender for Middlemarch Bridges Contract,” and addressed to the Minister for Public Works. Telegraphic tenders will be received if presented at any Telegraph Office by noon of the same date. Plans, specifications, and general conditions may be seen at the Public Works Offices, Christchurch, Dunedin, and Wellington, and at the Railway Manager’s Office, Invercargill, The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted. By command. E. R. USSHER, District Engineer. AUCTIONS, THURSDAY, 24th OCTOBER, At 2 o’clock. GROCERIES, TINWARE, Etc. On the Premises, Main road, Sonth Dunedin, opposite Ocean View Hotel. JAMES SAMSON AND CO. have received instructions from the Trustees in the assigned estate of Mrs Roserear to sell by auction, The whole of her Stock of Groceries, Tinware, etc., including— Jams, cocoas, sardines, preserved milk, cornflour, candles, teas, tobacco, biscuits, mustard, pepper, spice, soap, coffee, essences, acid, starch, blue, tapioca, bacon, raisins, herrings, oatmeal, wheat, bran, pollard, paper bags, currants, nails, buckets, tinware, brass scales, weights, jars, scoops, Etc., etc., etc. THURSDAY, 24th OCTOBER, At 2 o’clock, UNRESERVED SALE OF DRAWING ROOM, DINING ROOM, AND BEDROOM FURNITURE. Handsome sideboard, dinner waggon, dining table, marble clock, Brussels carpets, drawing room suite, occasional table whatnot, 4 double iron bedsteads, 8 single ditto, wardrobes, bookcase, hall table and chairs, drawers, pictures, plate, linoleum, oilcloth, overmantel, etc., etc. Henry larner will sell by auction, at bis Rooms, Rattray street (next Bank of New Zealand), the above goods, without reserve, all nearly new, Thursday, October 24th, at 2 o’clock. Also barber’s chair, conch, and glass, Venetian blinds, sundries,
Page 3 Advertisements Column 5, Issue 8043, 21 October 1889
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