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LATE ADVERTISEMENTS • MPORTANT Notice to Hotel Proprietors.— I am prepared to negotiate with those who wish to Dispose of their Business for Cev\ rr to assist thoso who wish to Buy into any Hotel on advantageous terms, Otago Loan and Discount Offioe, Princes street. M. Moss. to Let (Princes street, opposite Post Office), JHE TWO FLATS over the shops occupied _ by Messrs Paters.m and Barr, ironmongers, and Joseph M'Ray's Cookhara Boot Shop. The Premises are commodious arid well lit, and approached by the new door and stairway now being completed. For pirticulwa apply STANDARD FIRE AND MARINE INSURANCE COMPANY. T'HOMAS B. FISHER, General Manager. ISTR IC T ORDER. Volunteer Office, Dunedin, 23rd October, 1889. The whole of the VOLUNTEERS i'u the District will PARADE in Review order at the Garrison Hall, Dunedin, at 2 o'clock p.m. on the 36th INST., for Inspection by General Edwards. All Cadet Corps provided wtth Uniforms will attend the Parade. Corps south of Danedin will travel by the Train which reaches Dunedin at 10.50 a.m. The Port Chalmers Corps will travel by the Train leaving Port Chalmers at 1.20 p.m. By order, , H. GORDON, Major, District Adjutant'. HOMSOy, BRIDGER, AND CO., A'bert Building*-, Princes stroet (Opposite General Post Office). JUST LANDED (ex Ruapehu) a Selection of every Requisite for LAWN TENNIS, CRICKET AND BOWLS, From the Best Makers, including— SLAZENGER TENNI3 RACQUETS, BALLS, AND NETS, COBBETI'S AND FELTHAto'S BATS, DUKE'S BALLS, TAYLOR'S BOWLS, WICKET?, PADS, GLOVES, Etc. MALDEN ISLAND GUANO. NEW SHIPMENT EX S.S. TITUS. BTPAMER is due at Dunedin about 20th November, laden with the above splendid Guano—the best in the market. The Maiden Island Guano gives magnificent crops of Turnips, and permanently enriches the ground. Analysis of a recent shipment gives 67.35 Tribasic Phosphate of Lime. Orders now being booked. Trice: 1 ton and under 5 tons, L 5 10a per ton 5 tons and over, L 5 7s 6d per ton Net cash. UF A special allowance of 5s per ton will bs made on all Guano ordered in time to allow of our sending it direct from steamer's side. Sole Agents— N.Z. LOAN AND MERCANTILE AGENCY COMPANY. DONALD STRONACH, Manager, Dunedin. JUVENILE CLOTHING. BROWN, EWING, AND CO. invite early inspection of their Juvenile Clothing, all thoroughly well made, of excellent Colonial Tweods, manufactured expressly to our order, and aro unsurpassed for Fit, Style, and Durability. GOOD. JCTVFNII K JTTVENILV. JU VENUE JUVENILK JUVBNILE JUVENILK JUVKNILE JUVENILE jrjVENIL? JUVENILE JUVENILE JUVENILE GOOD. CHBAP. 8s 6<l 10s G-l lis (id 12iGI \%i fid 14s fid l- r M G-l 16< Gd 17r 6d 18 3 Gd Ifl.Gl 2ls CHEAP. Also, grand assortment in Serge, Corduroy, Plush, Velveteen, and Washing Suits (all sizes) in stock. Modified Prices. BROWN, EWING, AND CO. LOST AND POUND. 10UND, Black-and-tan Collie Dog, near 1 raoecourse. Apply R. Richardson, Bay View road, St. Kilda. OSl\ on Saturday, bet-ween All Faints J Church and C!yde street, Sbo". Please return to Mrs Treseder. LECTURES. NEW ZEALAND ALLIANCE. THE CELEBRATED TEMPERANCE LECTURER, Mr R. C O A D, Will conduct an Eleven Days' Mission in the CITY HALL, Dowling street. Commencing FRIDAY, 25th inst., at 7.80 p.ro, The Hon. Thos. Dick in the chair. Singing by the Trinity Church Choir. Sankey's Hymns. Bring Books. No charge for admission. Collection in aid of Alliance Funds. " He must be heard to be appreciated ; it is impossible to do him justice in a brief report."— 'The Press,'Ohristchurch. j A. S. ADAMS, Hon. Sec SHIPPING. SPECIAL STEAM SERVICE. FOR SYDNEY via OAMARU, LYTTELTON and WELLING lON. nnHE s.s. HAUROTO J. will be despatched for above Ports on FRI- ' DAY, 25th inst," to be followed by the s.s WA-HORA, for Sydney via Lyttelton and Wellington, on SATURDAY, 26th. Passengers and Cargo carried at specially reduced rates. For particulars apply to UNION STEAM SHIP COMPANY OF NEW ZEALAND. LIMITED. JNION STEAMSHIP COMPANY OF NEW ZEALAND (LIMITED). TIMETABLE. 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 Mauukau.—TAKAPUNA, s.s,, on Moiday, 28th October. Passengers from Dunedin wharf at 3 p.m. Cargo till noon. AUCKLAND vi» Lyttelton, Wellington, Napier, and Gisborne. TABAWERA, s.s., on Wednesday, 30th October. Passengeis per 2.30 p.m. train. MELBOURNE via Bluff.--WAIRARArA, s.s., on Thursday, 24th October. Passengers per 3.35 p.m. train. SYDNEY via Lyttelton, Wellington, Napier, Gisborne, and Auckland.— MANAPOURI, s.s, on Wednesday, 6th November. SYDNEY via Oamaru, Timaru, Lyttelton, and —Wellington. HAUROTO, s.s., on Friday, 25th October, Passenger* from Dunedin Wharf at 3 p.m. Cargo till 11 a.m. FIJI from Auokland. AR\WATA, s.s., about Sunday, 10t,h November. TONGA and Samoa—WAINUI from Auckland, on Wednesday, 20th November. Freight and Passengers booked through. Full particulars on application. TAHsT/. RICHMOND, s.s., about Friday, Bth November. SPECIAL CARGO AND PASSENGER SERVICE Reduced Fares and Cargo Prices. WESTPORT via Timaru. Akaroa, Lyttelton Wellington, and Nelson. HERALD, 8.8., on Friday, 25th Oetober. Passengers from Dunedin Wharf at 6 p.m. Cargo till 2p.m. | AUCKLAND, via Oamaru, Timaru, Napier, and Gisborne (taking cargo for Tauranga). | -A STEAMER early. GREYMOUTH (taking cargo for Hokitika) via Oamaru, Timaru, Lyttelton, and Wellington.—A STEAMER early. Offices : Corner of Vogel, Water, and Cumberland streetß.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3, Issue 8045, 23 October 1889

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 Issue 8045, 23 October 1889

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