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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3, Issue 8052, 31 October 1889
LATE ADVERTISEMENTS. IMPORTANT Notice to Hotel Proprietors.— I am prepared to negotiate with those who wish to Dispose of their Bnslnesi for Cash, or to assist those who wish to Buy into any Hotel on advantageous terms. Otago Loan and Discount Office, Princes street. M. Moss. "JUVENILE CLOTHING. BROWN, EWING, AND CO. invite early inspection of their Juvenile Clothing, all thoroughly well made, of excellent Colonial Tweeds, manufactured expressly to our order, and are unsurpassed for Fit, Stylo, and Durability, GOOD. CHEAP. USEFUL. Also, grand assortment in Serge, Corduroy, Plush, Velveteen, and Washing Suits (all sizes) in stock. Modified Prices. BROWN, EWING, AND CO. AMUSEMENTS RAND SCOTTISH CARNIVAL JP (Promoted by Dunedin Highland Rifles) AT GARRISON HALL, OCTOBER 30, 81, and NOVEMBER 1,2,1889 Under Patronage of Lieut-Col. Wales and Staff. Carnival will bo 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. JOHN GUNN, Captain, JOHN L. GILLIE 1, Jun., Hon. Sec. QRANGE CRICKET CLUB CONCERT. NORTH DUNEDIN DBILLSHED, Ist NOVEMBEB, 1889, at 8 o’clock. PROGRAMME— Part I. Pianoforte Overture. Song— 1 A Warrior Bold.’—Mr J. Jago. Comic Song—'Right before the Missus.’—Mr Fred Wells. Irish Ballad— 1 Believe me, if all those endearing young charms.”—Mr J. Toomey. Song—' Bid me good-bye ard go.’—Miss Greig. Ballad—‘My Sweetheart when a Boy.’—Mr W. H. Smith. Dance—The Highland Fling.—Mr H. Bills. Song—‘The Beacon.’—Mr W. J. MacLaughlin, Song—‘Battle of Stir mg.’—Mr C. Umbers. Comic Song— ‘ Marvellous Melbourne’—Mr J, B. Kirk. Dance—The Sailor’s Hornpipe.—Mr 0. Crawford. Part 11. Presentation of Prizes. Ballad—‘The Romany Lass MrW.H. Smith. Song—* Every Zephyr that blows so fair.’—Miss Greig Duet-‘Excelsior.’—Messrs Hunter and W. MacLaughlin. Comic Song—'The Funeral takes place tomorrow.'—Mr Fred Wells, Song— ‘ Stranded.’— Mr J. Jsgo. Song—Selected.—Mr G. B. Dali. Dance—The Irish Jg.-Mr J. O’Connor. Song— ‘ The Song for me.’—Mr J. Hopcraft. Song—‘The Gallants of England.’—Mr 0. Umbers. ‘ Rule Britannia.’ TWA HOURS AT HAMB. MISS CLARA HAMILTON, Scottish Vocalist. CITY HALL. TWO NIGHTS ONLY Nov. 5 and 7), assisted by well-known artists. LECTURES. NEW ZEALAND ALLIANCE. ADDRESSES will be delivered by the celebrated Temperance Lecturer, MR B. GOAD, in the City Hall TO-NIGHT at 7.30 o’clock, and Every Evening during the week. SUNDAY : Afternoon, 2.45 o’clock; Evening, 815 o’clock. Sankey’s Hymns. Bring Books. No charge for admission to Body of Hall. Collection in aid of Alliance Funds. Gallery Reserved Seats ... Sixpence. A. S. ADAMS, Hon. Sec. MEETINGS. ALL SAINTS’ CHURCH. TO-MORROW (Friday), All Saints’ Djy. Holy Communion, 8 a.m. Festival Evensong, 7.30 pm. Anthem : ‘To thee, cherubim’ (Handel). Offertorium: ‘There is a green hill far away ’ (Gounod). Preacher, Rev, B. A. KKBKHAM. Offertory for Choir Fund. The mosgiel woollen factory COMPANY, LIMITED. Tho ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING of the Mosgiel Woollen Factory Company will be held in the Office of the Company, High street, Dunedin, on the 12th NOVEMBEB, 1889, at 3 o’clock p.m.
The Transfer Books of the Company will be Closed from the 30th October to the 12th November inclusive. R. S. NICHOLSON, Secretary. THE PRESBYTERIAN SYNOD. The annual public meeting of SYNOD will be held in First Church on FRIDAY EVENING, at 7 o’clock, when Addresses will be given on * Missions —Home and Foreign,’ WM. BANNERHAN, Clerk of Synod. NATIONAL FIRE AND MARINE INSURANCE COMPANY OF NEW ZEALAND. ■Xr° TICB IS HI RE BY GIVEN that, in _l3( terms of the Articles of Association, the Annual General Meeting will be held in the Company’s Offices, Rattray street, Dunedin, on ■WEDNESDAY, 13tb November, at 3 p m. Business ; To receive the Directors’ Report and Balance-sheet for 12 months ended 30lh September, 1889; the Election of Three Directors and Two Auditors. Proxies must be in writing, and lodged at the Registered Office of the Company 24 hours before date of meeting. The Share Register will be Closed for Transfers from 23rd October till 13th November. A. HILL JACK, General Manager, Dunedin, 12th October, 1889. BOARD AND RESIDENCE. MOEBAKI. Superior Accemmodation. Terms, etc., apply Mrs Hull, Moeraki. GORDON House, Moray place.—Boarding House for Gentlemen ; central position for Exhibition; superior accommodation; every comfort. BACHELOR (roughing it) has vacant 2 Rooms and kitchen; close sea; must be gentlemen. “ G.,” Stab Office. ANTED, a Couple of respectable Young Men as Boarders. Address “ Couple,” Stab Office. CARD and Residence Wanted (central); must be moderate; state terms. Apply “Permanent,” Stab Office. VACANCY for Two young Men Boarders; 15s weekly, with washing. Taunton terrace, Hope street (third house from St. Matthew’s Church). SUPERIOR Board and Residence for Two Gentlemen in private family. For particulars address “ Home,” Stab Office. BOARD and Residence with private family for One and Two Friends; ladies preferred ; north end. “J.G.,”Stab.
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