LATE ADVERTISBM&Sifc. WE aro Cash Buyers of Wool, Sheepskins, Kabbitskins, Horsehair, etc., in any quantity. Arthur M'DonalU and Co., Bond street UTMOST Value in Cash is paid by the Challenge Piano Depdt for Second-hand Pianos. TIME for receiving Tenders for St. Leonards Residence is Extended to the 4th November. J. A. BURNSIDE, Architect, . TENDERS are invited up to FRIDAY next, Ist November, for the Supply and Delivery at Carisbrook Ground of Rotten Rock (free from quarry refuse) 2nd quality Fernhill Gravel Gasworks Ashes. Tenders to be at per yard. Particulars may be obtained on the ground, or from ROSE, WILSON, AND CO., Crawford street. TENDERS for the right of Printing Prize Schedules and Catalogues for the Dunedin Poultry, Pigeon, Canary, and Dog Society for Three Shows to be held in Exhibition Buildings, will be received by Ue Undersigned up till THURSDAY, October 31st, at 4 p.m. A. M. LOASBY, Hon. Secretary. TO LET, a good SEVEN - ROOMED HOUSE (Verandah), situated at Elm row; fine view For particulars apply FULTON, STANLEY, AND CO., Crawford street. IMPOUNDED, from Green Island, a small Dark Bay Draught Mare, E branded on left shoulder, white spot forehead; 1 Black Horse, G2 on left shoulder, stiff knee joint; and 1 Blight Bay Horse, P on right shoulder. If not claimed will be sold on Ist November, 1889. J. MACDONALD. Poundkecper. Caversham, 28th October, 1889. SCOTTISH CARNIVAL. CONTRIBUTIONS for Scottish Carnival will bo received at any time by the undersigned at Garrison Hall on MONDAY, October 28, TUESDAY, October 29. JOHN L. GILLIES, Jon., Hon. Secretary. jTJISTRIOT ORDER. The Officer commanding the District expresses his gratification at the attendance of Volun teers at Parade to-day, and begs to thank those Employers of Labor who were so good as to give their Employes leave to attend parade. By order, H. GORDON, Major, District Adjutant. Volunteer Office, Dunedin, October 26. JUVENILE CLOTHING. BROWN, EWING, AND CO. invite early inspection of their Juvenile Clothing, all thoroughly well made, of excellent Colonial Tweeds, manufactured exnrcssly to our order, and are unsurpassed for Fit, Stylo, and Durability, GOOD. CHEAP. USEFUL. GOOD. CHEAP. USEFUL. Also, grand assortment in Serge, Corduroy, Plush, Velveteen, and Washing Suits (all sizes) in stock. Modified Prices. BROWN, EWING, AND CO. LECTURES. NEW ZEALAND ALLIANCE. ADDRESSES will be delivered by the Celebrated Temperance Lecturer MR R. GOAD, In the CITY HALL TO NIGHT, at 7.30 o’clock, and Every Evening during the Week. Women’s Meeting. WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON. at 2.4! i o’clock. Special Lecture on ‘ The Power of Song ’ on WEDNESD AY EVENING. Pankey’s Hymns ; bring books. No charge for admission. Collection in aid of Alliance Funds, A. S. ADAMS, Hon. See. V. R. NEW ZEALAND GOVERNMENT LIFE INSURANCE DEPARTMENT. MR MURRAY ASTON Will Lecture on behalf of above TO-MORROW NIGHT (TUESDAY), At Walton School, Subject: 1 Will it Pav ?’ Interspersed with Songs, Recitations, and Anecdotes. James Loudon. Fsq,, J.P, will preside. Doors open at 7.30; commence at 8 p.m. Admission Free. Ladies invited. AMBULANCE ASSOCIATION. THE SECOND LECTURE of the series, to Ladies only, will be given by Dr Sten house THIS EVENING, at 8 o’clock, in the Young Women’s Christian Association Rooms. W. B. FISHER, Hon. Secretary. MEETINGS. THE ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING OP THE OTAGO LAWN TENNIS CLUB Will bo held at WAIN’S HOTEL THIS (MONDAY) EVENING, OCT. 28, At 8 o’clock. 0. W. CHAMBERLAIN, Secretary. TECHNICAL CLASSES ASSOCIATION. of all the Classes are requested to Meet in the NORMAL SCHOOL on WEDNESDAY, 30th October, at 8 p.m. GEO. M. THOMSON, Hon. Sec. PRESBYTERIAN SYNOD. THE ANNUAL MEETING will be heM in the FIRST CHURCH on MONDAY EVENING, 28th inst, commencing at 7.30, when a Sermon will bo preached by the retiring Moderator. Collection in aid of Synod expenses. gT. PAUL’S CHURCH. A N ORGAN RECITAL Will bo given by Mu ARTHUR TOWSBY, Assisted by the Members of St. Paul’s Choir, THIS EVENING, OCTOBER 28, Commencing at 8 o’clock. Offertory in aid of Choir Fund. BOARD AND RESIDENCE. MOERAKI. Superior Accommodation. Terms, etc., apply Mrs Hull, Moeraki, GORDON House, Moray place.—Boarding House for Gentlemen ; central position for Exhibition ; superior accommodation; every comfort. SUPERIOR Board and Residence, Highbury House, High street, second house from Graham street. TWO single Bedrooms, and use of kitchen and sitting room; ladies’ preferred. “Ouida,” Star Office. LOST AND FOUND. I’ OST (26th), between Broughton street and J Anderson’s Bay read, LI; reward. A. Donaldson, carpenter, Cargill road. OST, Cheque for LlO 16s Bd, payable to “9,439,” drawn by Brown, Ewing, and Co., on Colonial Bank; payment stopped. Finder rewarded. FOUND, Sheep; owner can have same by paying expenses, Apply Pother's, Kelvin Grove, N.E. Valley.
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