LATE AOVERmEMSiHT3. ANTED To Buy, Ale and Porter ' Bottles. Apply Victoria Brewery, Pitt htrc-et, WANTED Known—Plumbing, Gasfittmg and Bellhanging executed in first-olasa stjle by experienced workmen. Repairs at tended to with despatch, Anderson and Mor rison, Dunedin. 'KS MAODONALD (Exchange) Requires . 1G General Servants, Cooks, Nursegirls, Barmaids. To Let, large Furnished House (City). "'KAY'S Labor Exchange, Manse street, Wants Boots (town), Saleswoman, Fruiterer (town), 20 Generals, Barmaids, Girls. At AlKbßKasErt Wauted ; good hand—no B A otiier need apply. H. Coverlid, next City Hotel, Princes street. BICVCLE Wanted, 54-incli, ball bearings. State price, where seen, to Mr Davidson, j grocer, South Dunedin. AILOKS.— First-class Coat Hands wanted. L J. Hendry and Sons, 80 George street. TO LET, Niue-roomed House, Cargill street; | every convenience. Apply G. H. Smith, grocer, 121 George street. rjnO LET, convenient Six-roomed House JL after 9th November; also Six-roomed House, furnished, for two or three months; good positions, gardens, etc.; rents moderate. Apply W. Ridley, Regent road, George street. HO LET, wcll-furnwhed Eight-roomed J. Hous6 (very private); quarter-acre ground; hill site; seven minutes' walk from Post Office on tram line. Apply personally or by letter, Norman, (Criterion Hotel. TO LET, superior Furnished Cottage, near Governor's Residence, close Ocean Beach. Apply E. J. Bryant, Dowling street. InOR SALTS or Hire, 2 Covered Expresses; : For Sale only, Phaeton, Car', etc. Larner, auctioneer, Rattray street. JP House and Section in Duncan street, N.E Valley. Apply Jno, Robertson, baker, Dundas street. lOK SALE, a Centlemana superior solid Silver Keyless Hunting Watch, nearly new; splendid timekeeper; jewelled, with all the latest improvements ; originally cost L 4 ; price, 40s to immediate purchaser. Address " Hunter," Star Office. PHOTOGRAPHIC Apparatus (cabinet size) For Sale, a bargain ; instruction given. AddrcßS " Trpod," Star Office. 'NITV Lodge, South Dunedin—Kmergency MeetiDg, Friday Night, 8 o'clock Initiation. Thomas P, Dodo's, secretary. I FECIAL Meeting of Painters' Union on Thursday Night at Coffee Palace, at 8 o'clock sharp. G. Robinson, secretary. E are Cash Buyers of Wool, Sheepskins, ¥ » Rabbi tskins, Horsehair, etc., in any quantity. Arthur MTomlu and Co., Bond street. TMOST Value in Cash is paid by the Challenge Piano Depfit for Second-hand Piano*. COXHEAD'6 Xmas Cards (Hxlnbition and other new subjects) now ready; one shilling; postage Home, one penny. 'Lord of the Isles,' Sol-la Edition, on Sab\ Chas. Begg .and Co. UIDA ' Pianos. Durable, effective, -w' handsocie; fiom 50 to 73 guineas. On sale only, Chas. Begg and Co. _ EW ZEALAND and South Seas Kxhibi- .*., tion.—Persons engaged in the Erection oi above buildings can get best Meals and Beds in town at Spaniub. Restaurant, Princes street south. Meals, Gd—at all hours. Beds, Is, Night porter kept. MESSRS KITCHMTT AND THORNTON, Solicitors, Crawford street, have Money to Lend on freehold securities. THOUSANDS of Christmas Cards for sending Home, at Braithwaite's Book Arcade. CHRISTMAS Cards of the Exhibition for sending Homo, at Braithwaite's) Book Arcade. EXHIBITION Music, at English prices, at Braithwaite's Book Arcade. Gade's Comola, Elijrh, Joan of Arc. TBIHE Creation, Messiah, Cowens Song of JL Thanksgiving, the opening Exhibition Cantata. Braithwaite's Book Arcade. TV\Q prevent disappointment everybody should JL secure copies beforehand of what will be Mingnttbc Exhibition. TD. AIOCKFORD (successor to late Hector o Mockford), Sweep aLd Nightman, Walker street. Orders punctually attended tr. "WON'T YOU BUY MY PRETTY FLOWERS ?" FLOWER SEEDS. FLOWER SEEDS. PARCEL containing 100 packets freshly L saved Flower Feeds will be sent post free on receipt of two shillings and sixpence. The following ore contained in tho parcel :—Convolvulus, Major and Minor, 10 varieties; Clarkia, C varieties; Candytuft, 7 varieties; Larkspur, 5 varieties : Mignonette, 5 varieties; Lupin, 4 varieties ; Gilia, 6 varieties ; Collinsia, 3 varieties ; Catchfly, 2 vatieties; Carnation, Canterbury Bell, Campanula, 2 varieties ; B irtonia, China Aster, Columbine, Snapdragon, 2 varieties; Ice Plant, Everlasting Flowers, Godetia, 2 varieties; Escbscholtzia, 2 varieties; Erysiunun, 2 varieties; Foxglove, 2 varieties ; Wallflower, 3 varieties; Chinese Pink Cnicianella, Venus Looking-slass, 3 colors; Valerian. Sweet William, Ten Week Stock, Princes Feather Poppy, 4 varieties; Spanish Pink, Pheasant Eyed Pink, Indian Pink, Sweet Pea, Ntmoplula, 2 varieties; Nasturtium, 2 varieties: Virginian Stock, white and red; Linum Grandiflorum, 2 varieties; Love Lies Bleeding, white and red. R. MEREDITH, Grocer and Provision Merchant, TAY STREET, INVERCARQILL.
PRELIMINARY PROGRAMME [7 OV THE OTAGO ANNUAL REGATTA, 'iO HEHELBON BOXING 1. Yacht Race. Open to all comen 2. Four-oared Sh'p's Gig Race (for youths under 17 years); distance, 2 miles 3. Maiden Four-oarrd I.iriggeJ Gift Race; distance, 2 mi'es 4. Seine Fishing Boat Sailing Race; distance, 5 miles 5. Boys' Race (under 14 years); 1 mile (J. Junior Four-oared Inrigged Gig Race; distance, 2 miles 7. Fishing Whaleboat Sailing Race; distance, 5 miles 8. Dingy Race. Boata not to exceed 14ft; fixjd eeats; one man only; pull or sail. Distance, 2 miles 0. Junior Pair-oared Imigged Gig Race; distance, 2 milfs 10. Open Boat Sailing Race ; distance, 5 miles 11. Senior Four-oired Inr'gged Gig Race; distance, 3 miles 12. Ships' Four-eared Gig Race (to be pulled by ships' crews) 13. Scullers' Race (best and best boats); distance, 3 miles 14. Ladies' Pair-oared Race (lady coxswain); distance, half a mile 15. Senior Pair-oar Inrigged Gig Race; distance, 2 miles lfi. Naval Pinnace Race; distance, 5 miles. All boats to be subject to the approval of the Commodore and the Sailing Committee. Full particulars to be had from the Hon. Secretary, H. J. PULLAR, Port Chalmerp. LTERNATIVE TENDERS are invited for _ the Construction of One to Four Dredges for The Sew Hoy Big Beach Gold Mining Company, Limitrd. Plans and specifications to be seen at my office. THOMAS CALLENDER, Secretary. Rattray street, Dnnedin, 29th October, 1889 BOROUGH OF MAORI HILL. NORTH WARD-EXTRAORDINARY VACANCY. OTIOE.-I hereby appoint TUESDAY, I November 19th, the day for electing a Councillor to fill the Vacancy caused by the death of Mr William Gage; also, Mr J. Tabor's shed, Glenleith, the place, and WEDNESDAY, November! 6 (12 o'clook), the day for receiving the Nomination of Candidates. Blank forms may be obtained from the Woodhaugh Store. E. S. CLARKE, Returning Officer. ST. LEONARDS. FOR SALE, pleasantly-situated, well-built House, containing 6 rroms and scullery, waßhbouee, and other conveniences; J-acre laid out in lawn, orchard, shrubbery, etc.; 3 minutes' walk of Railway Station. Also, Paddock adjoining. " SEASIDE," Star Office,
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