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LATE ADVERTISEMENTS. TOVEMBER Young Ladies' Journal; also, | another eupply Weldon's Quarterly Dressmaker. Braithwaite's Book Arcade. JOVENILE CLOTHING. >ROWN, EWING, AND CO. invite early I inspection of their Juvenile Clothing, all thoroughly well made, of excellent Uolonia Tweeds, manufactured expressly to our order, and are unsurpassed for Fit, Style, and Durability. GOOD. JUVENILE JUVENILE JUVENILE JUVENILE JUVENILE JUVENILE JUVENILE JUVENILE JUVENILK JUVENILE JUVENILE JUVENILE GOOD. CHEAP. 8s 6d 10s 6d lis 6.1 12s 61 13s 6d 14s 6d 15 3 6d lGsGd 17s 6d 18s Cd lfljCd 21s CHEAP. Also, grand assortment in Serge, Corduroy, Plush, Velveteen, and Washing Suits (all sizes) in stock. Modified Prices. BROWN, EWING, AND CO. AMUSEMENTS WA HOURS AT HA ME. First Appearance of MISS CLARA HAMILTON, the Eminent Scottish Vocalist. MIS 3 HAMILTON will give Two Concerts (under the patronage of Captain Gunn and the Dunedin Highland Rifks) in the CITY HALL, on TUFSDAY AND THUBS DAY, NOVEMBER 5 and 7. Rev. Dr Stuart in the chair. PROGRAMME FOR TUFSDAY. Part I. j I. Overture—Mr A. Vallis. 2 Song and Chorus ' Bonnie wood o' Craigielea '—Company. 3. Song—'o, sing to me the auld Scotch songs '—Mr J. Jago. 4. Song—'Bonnie Prince Charlie'—Miss C. Hamilton. f>. Highland Fling—Master Popham. 6. Sang—' Scots wha hao' —Mr F. L. Jones. 7. SoDg—'Robin Adair' —Miss A. Wool-) dridgc. 8. Duet—' Crookit bawbee'-Miss Hamilton and Mr Jago. 9. Scotch Reading—' The Aggravating Riddle' —Mr R, Brown. 10. Highland Dance—Seauntreuß—Mr W. T. Stuart. Paht 11. 11. Sing—'The standard on the Braes o' Mar' —Mr J. Jago. 12. Sword Dance—Master Willie Lowe. 13. Song—' Willie's gane tae Melville Castle' —Miss 0. Hamilton. 14. Song—'Mary of Argyle'—Mr F. L. Jones. 15. Reel o' Tulloch—Four Members of Highland Rifles. 16. Songs— (a) ' Caller Herrin'' (b) ' Bonnie banks o' Clyde' (in character as a Newhaven Fishwife)— Miss 0. Hamilton. 17. Finale—' Auld lang syne '—Company. Accompanist. Mr A. Vallis; Piper, Pipemajor Jas. M'Donald, D.H.R. AdmissionDress Circle, 3s; Front Seats, 2s; Back Seats, Is. Doors open 7 p.m. Concert at 8. IRINCESS'S THEATRE. Leseee and Manager ... Geo. Ha&wbll, FOR ONE NIGHT ONLY. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 7th. THE SEYMOUR-WALSHE OPERA COMPANY, Prior to their Provincial Tour, will give a Farewell Performance of Balfe's Beautiful Opera, in Three Acts, THE BOHEMIAN GIRL THE BOHEMIAN GI*L THE BOHEMIAN GIRL, At Popular Prices—3a, 2s, and One Shilling. Entirely New and Magnificent Wardrobe. Box Plan at Dresden Piano Depot. Day Tickets at Jacobs's and Allen's. BOSCO WILSON, Agent, MEETINGS. TAILORESSES' UNION OF N.Z. , . |HR USUAL MONTHLY MEETING will 1 be held in the Choral Hall on TUESDAY EVENING, the sth inst., at 7.30 p.m. Business Important. All Members requested to attend. JOHN A. MILLAR, Secretary. TAIERI AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. IHE TWENTY - EIGHTH ANNUAL SHOW will be held on the Society's Grounds. Mosgiel, on THURSDAY, 26th December. Entries for Sheep and Swine Close on Monday, 23rd Decombor, and all others on the 24th December, Programmes and all particulars to be obtained on application to ROBERT FINDLAY, Secretary, 28th October. GOVERNMENT NOTICES. NEW ZEALAND RAILWAY?. COAL SUPPLY, 189). Railway Department (Head Office), Wellington, 26th October, 1889. riIENDERS will be received at this Office JL until noon of MONDAY, the 2nd December, 1889, for the Supply and Delivery ef Coal for the New Zealand Railways. They must be addressed to the New Zealand Railway Commissioners, Wellington, and marked outside " Tender for Coal." Specifications can be sren, and forms of tender obtained, at the Offices of the Railway Managers at Auckland, Whangarei, Napier, Wangmui, New Plymouth, Nelson, Pictonj Greymoutb, Westport, i hristchurch, Duneditf; Invercargill, and the Stores Manager's Office, Wellington. Telegraphic tenders will be received if presented at any Telegraph Office by noon of the same date, provided that written tenders in due form are lodged at a Railway Manager's office by the same hour. The lowest or any tender will not necessarily be accepted. ' ' By order of the Commissioners. R. CARROW, Stores Manager. BOARD AND RESIDENCE. OERAEI. Superior Accemmodation. Terms, etc., apply Mrs Hull, Moeraki. i ORDON House, Moray place.—Boarding \JT House for Gentlemen ; central position for Exhibition ; superior accommodation; every comfort. 30ARD and Residence in Private Family; terms moderate. Beaumont Cottage, Frederick Street. (COMFORTABLE Home for couple of Men ; / 10 minutes' walk from Post Office; on hill; terms, 17s per week (including washing). Addreßs " Hill," Star Office. PARTMENTS and Board Wanted by a mile from the Octagon. Terms to " E.D.C., at the Stab Office. ' 'OUNG Lady, engaged during day, can jl have comfortable Home; terms moderate. Address '' Home," Caversham P.O. PRIVATE Lodgings for One or Two Gentlemen ;no others kept; every oomfort and delightful situation in Mornington; terms very moderate. Apply "Nomo," office of this paper. __. 'ERY comfortable Homo, with superior Board and Residence, offered tojresidents and visitors. Address " City," Stak Offioo. 'ANTED, 3 Bedrooms and Sittinproom t » in suburbs; St. Clair preferred ; no other boarders; state price and terms. "Gj," Stab Office. LOST AND FOUND. LOST (between Moray place and Battray street via Cumberland street), by servant irl, One Pound Note. Finder please retumjto Undle's crockery shop, George street. OST, Sunday evening, rear Albany street, J Bmall Silver Bracelet. Please return Bowie, grocer, Albany street. LOST, sunday, between Northern Cemetery and George Btreet, Gold Locket reward. R. Bowie, grocer, King street. ___ LOST, Sunday Afternoon, between Lavcr sham and St. Clair, Lace Cape; reward. First houeo in High street.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4, Issue 8055, 4 November 1889

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 Issue 8055, 4 November 1889

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