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Page 3 Advertisements Column 5, Issue 8048, 26 October 1889
AMUSEMENTS RINCES S'S THEATRE, SIMONSEN'S ENGLISH AND OOMIO OPERA COMPANY, On their Return Trip to Melbourne, FOR POSITIVELY 10 NIGHTS ONLY, At Popular Prices. Dress Circle, 4a; Stalk, 2s 6d; Pit, Is. The following Operas will be presented during the Season, to commence on SATURDAY, 26th OCTOBER, With Wallace's Evergreen Opera, 'Maritana.' MONDAY aud TUESDAY, 'Carmen.' WEDNESDAY and THURSDAY, 'La Perichole.' FRIDAY, ' II Trovatore.' Box Office at the Dresden Piano Depot. Day Tickets at Jacobs'sand Allen's Cigar Divans. BOSCO WILSON, Agent. SCOTTISH CARNIVAL (Promoted by Dunedin Highland Rifles) AT GARRISON HALL, OCT. 30, 31, and NOV. 1, 2,1889. Under Patronage of Lieut-Col. Wales and Staff. Carnival will be opened by Rev. Dr STUART and Hon. T. FERGUS (Minister for Defence). GRAND GATHERING OF CLANS, For which Children have been specially instructed by Mr Stuart (late of Glasgow), Splendid Collection of ANCIENT AND MAORI RELICS (lately exhibited at Melbourne Exhibition). MILITARY AND SPECIAL ENTERTAINMENTS every evening. Selections by all City Bands, GREAT BABY SHOW - SATURDAY AFTERNOON. NOV. 2, 1889. Admission, One Shilling. Children Half-price. I JOHN GUNN, \ Captain. JOHN L. GILLIE J, Jun., j Hon. Sec. j AIKORAI PREBBYTERIAN CHURCH. | Root's Sacred Cantata UNDER THE PALMS, \ By a Choir numbering Ninety Voices, ' THURSDAY, OCTOBER 31st, 1889. To commence at 7.45 p.m. sharp. Proceeds in aid of Sunday School Library Fund. Rev. R. R. M. Sutherland will preside. Admission One Shilling, Children Sixpence. WA HOURS AT HA ME. MISS CLARA HAMILTON, Scottish Vocalist. OITY HALL, TWO NIGHTS ONLY (Nov. 5 and 7), assisted by well-known artists. BANKRUPTCY NOTICE. GAZETTE IN BANKRUPTCY. |HK EVENING STAR __ la duly appointed Gazette for tise publlc*tioa of all Notices under tho Kankxuptoy Act, IN BANKRUPTCY. TENDERS. TENDERS will be received at my office up> to noon of Thursday, the 31st October, 1889, for the following Book Debts, as per lists to be seen at my office on and after Tuesday, the 29th inst. : J. M. Campbell, Grocer, Dunedin. R, Scott, Baker, Dnnedin. H, N. Mills, Baker, Nenthoru. G. Latimer, Coal Merchant, Dunedin, J, T. Hall, Grocer, Dunedin, Every tender must be accompanied by & marked cheque for 10 per cent, on amount ofi | tender. \ The highest or any tender not necessarily [j accepted. J JAMES ASHCROFT, j Official Assignee. j Dunedin, 26th October, 18S9. ;" GOVERNMENT NOTICES. $ «? % £*->rl__j* i~& NEW ZEALAND RAILWAYS, PRINCE OF WALES'S BIRTHDAY. SATURDAY RETURN TICKETS will 1* J issued from any Station to any Statiiofi on the Hurunui-Bluff Section on Bth, 9th, and 11th November, and will be available for retuim up to and including 15th November. EXCURSION FARES TO THE LAKISS AND INVERCARGILL. EXCURSION TICKETS will be issued from Dunedin to Kingston and Invercargill on 7th, Bth, 9th, and 11th November, and will be avail able for return up to and including Ifith November. The Fares will be : To T irst Class. Second Class. Invercaigill ... 25s 18s Kingston 33* 22s Holders of above Tickets may break the journey at any stopping place on direct line of | route, aud the Kingston Tickets will be available either via Waimea Plains Railway or Inver-, oargill. CHRISTCHUROH RACES. - NOVEMBER I sth, 6th, and 7th. ' CHRISTCHUROH SHOW. NOVEMBER I 7th and Bth, EXCURSION TICKETS to Christchurch will be issued from Dunedin, Waikouaiti, Palroewton on 2nd, 4th, sth, 6th, and 7th November, and will be available for Return up to and including 18th November. The Fares will be : First Class, 365; Second Class, 255, Holders of Excursion Tickets may break the journey on direct line of route going or returning, providing the specified time is not exceeded. By order. NEW ZEALAND RAILWAYS. Public Works Office, Dunedio, 21st October, 1889. /RTTTEN TENDERS will be received ' at the Public Works Office, Wellington, until noon of Wednesday, the 13th November, 1889, for the Middlemarch Bridges Contract, Otago Central Railway. They are to be marked on the outside " Tender for Middlemaroh Bridges Contraot," 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 tho 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. LAND ON PERPETUAL LEASE (REOPENED). JENDERS for the Undermentioned Sections will be received at the Crovn Lands Office, Dunedin, on TUESDAY, sth November, 1889, to bo dealt with at a meeting of the Land Board on the day following : GREENVALE DISTRICT. Section 11, blook XL, 222 alr 38p. Upset annual rental, ls6d per acre. Valuation for improvements, L45013s 6d. HUMMOCKSIDE DISTRICT.-Section 5, block IV., 592 alr lip. Upset annual rental, Is per acre. Valuation for improvements, L 12145. ROCK AND PILLAR DISTRICT.-Section 4, blook XI, 160 a2r Ud. Upset annual rental, Is per acre. Valuation for improvements, LU96s. . „ STRATH TAIERI DISTRICT.-Section 8, block 11, 272 a3r Op. Upset annual rental, 3s per acre. Valuation for improvements, L 359 10s. Sections 16 and 20, blook X. (grouped), 590 a3r Bp, Upset annual rental, Is per acre. Valuation for improvements, L 523155. Valuations for improvements must be Paid within seven days from date of acceptance of tender. . . Tenders to be addressed to the Commissioner of Crown Lands, Dunedin, marked on cover " Tender for Section —, Blook —, - District," and to be accompanied by a deposit of a H(ttWJffIpMTIiCMWa3BSI under section 143 of "Land Act, 1855.' Plans, forms of tender, etc., on application. J. P. MAITLAND, Commissioner of Crown Lands. Crown Lands Office, Dnnedin, 4th Ootober, 1889,
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