LATE ADVERTISEMENTS. lIaTIS. —Bobirison’s" November ■ JC Bradshaw’s Guido,’ complete alteration ■Trains, rains, Steamers;'al) b6otsellers. Ask fur one, Gratis. i /V /X Bunches prime Bananas, Pines, and /&\jf IF Cocoanuts landing To-tnorrow ; piles of Asparagus, Cucumbers, and Oranges, Bull. IRRITATING Eruptions, Sore Eves, Fczims, Ulcerated Legs cured by “Oeiticura” Oinlmcnt; Is 61 pot, Hawkins, 94 George street. t . THE WESTPORT COAL COMPANY, LIMITED, Vogel street, Dunedin. TENDERS will he received till 5 p.m of TUESDAY, the 12th November, for the supply of Hydiaulic gear for Ooalbrookdale. Specification and tracing can be inspected at 1 the Company’s Office at Dunedin. The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted, IMPOUNDED Here Yesterday (by MrSidey, from Green Island), 6 heavy fat Cattle, redand-white; some shorthorned; two are large steers—one branded WI on left hip ; four are cows—one nearly all red, one with broken horn.-JOHN MACDONALD, Poundkccper. Cavershara, sth November, 1889, IMPOUNDED, at Roslyn. one Yellow-and-white. Steer, one Red-and-white Steer, one Rcd-and-white Heifer, one Eed-and-white Heifer, and one Black-and-white Heifer (no apparent brands', by J. Gawn, for Trespass in Fenced Paddock, Kaikoral, If not released and expenses paid to be sold on the 18th day of November, 1889, at twelve o’clock noon. CHARLES WBL GE, Poundkeeper. NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TRANSFER OF LICENSE. Section 88. TJOB WAIN, of Dunedin, being the holder , of a Publican's License In respect of th* house and premises situate at Princes street, Duredin 1 , and fcnoWn as Wain’s Hotel, do hereby give notice that I deftife to obtain, and will,, at the next Licqnsi’ng Meeting to be holden at Dunedin, on the 2nd day of December, 1889, apply for a transfer of the said from myfelf to Alexander Palmer, ihy. appointee. Dated the first day o' November, 1389. JOB WAIN, Applicant. BOROUGH OF MAORI HILL. NORTH WARO—EXTRAORDINARY VACANCY. TWrOTICE.-I hereby appoint TUESDAY, .Li 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, NovriuberJC (12 o’clock), the day for receiving the Nomination of Candidates. Blank forms may be obtained from the Woodhaugh Store, E. S. CLARKE, Returning Officer. JUVENILE CLOTHING. BP.OWW, EWING, AND CO. invito early inspection of their Juvenile Clothing, all thoroughly well made, of excellent Colonia Tweeds, manufactured expressly to our order, and arc unsurpassed for Fit, Style, and Durability. Also, grand assortment in Serge, Corduroy, Plush, Velveteen, and Washing Suits (all sizes) in stock. Modified Prices. BROWN. EWING, AND CO. AMUSEMENTS C I T Y HAL CITY HALL, TO-NIGHT, TO-NIGHT, MISS CLARA HAMILTON. L. GRAND SCOTCH CONCERT, TO-NIGHT and THURSDAY, NOV. 7. THE ANNUAL S ILE OF WORK in the Primitive Methodist Church, Dandas street, will be held TO-MORROW (Wednes day), THURSDAY, and FRIDAY, November 6th, 7th, and Btb, commencing each day at 2 p rn. To-morrow and Thursday Evenings, ADMISSION fid. pUINCBSS’S THEATRE. Lcsf.cc and Manager ... Geo Ha'.w.’lc. FOR ONE NIGHT ONLY. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 7th. THE SEYMOUR-WALSHE OPERA COMPANY, Prior to their Provincial Tour, will give a Farewell Performance of Balfo’s Beautiful Opera, in Three Acts, THE BOHEMIAN GIRL THE BOHEMIAN GI L THE BOHEMIAN GIRL, At Popular Prices—3s, 2s, and One Shilling, Entirely New and Magnificent Wardnbi. Box Plan at Dresden Piano Depot. Day Tickets at Jacobs’s and Allen’s. BOSOO WILSON, Agent. STREET PUBLIC SCHOOL. “ANNUAL COVCBRT, CITY HALL, WEDNESDAY EVE MING, 6th November. Proceeds in aid of Band and Picnic Furds. Solos by well-known Amateurs. Songs and Chtruses by the Pupils. Kinderspiel, ‘The Alphabet’; and the famous action songs ‘The Chinaman’ and ‘The Japanese Fan.’ Commence at 7.45 sharp. Admission, Is and 2s. Children half-price. 0. F. MACLEAN, Secretary, I T Y HALL. MONDAY, 11th. and TUESDAY, 12th NOVEMBER. MR L. F. LB CLAIRE, The Great and well-known Clairvoyant, and PROFESSOR J. H. GERLING, The Wizard of the South (Pupil of Professor Anderson), will give TWO GRAND MAGICAL AND CLAIRVOYANT ENTERTAINMENTS. Drees Circle, 3s; Front Seats, 2s; Back Seats, l a . Tickets may be obtained at A'len’s, tobacconist. L. F. LE CLAIRE, Manager. BOARD AND RESIDENCE. MOKRAKI. Superior Accemmodation. Terms, etc., apply Mrs Hull, Moeraki. ORDON House, Moray place.—Boarding House for Gentlemen ; ccniral position for Exhibition ; superior accommodation; every cornfor t, ___ FRY comfortable Homo, with superior Board and Residence, offered to residents and visitors. Address “City,” Stak Office. CARD and Residence for Gentleman ; private family ; bath ; ten minutes’ Post Office. Address“jk,” STAB Office. C“~ COMFORTABLE Home for 2 working Men; ) no otter boarders kept; 15 minutes’ walk from Post Office; on hill; 15s por week, including washing. “8.,” Stab Office. WANTED, in private family, Board, Two Bedrooms and one Sitting-room, near tram line. State price, Box 171. LOST AND FOUND. IIOUND, Black-and-white Collie Dog, Waikouatti collar ; not claimed by 7th November will be sold. H. Gillies, Northeast Valley. LOST, 2 Brooches with stones. Finder will be rewarded on leaving at D. Dawson’s, George street. Lost (Friday last), 'White Poodle; brown spot on back. Finder rewarded on returning Mrs M‘Gregor, Kensington. OST, on 4 50 Mornington tram, Monday, Purse, with a certificate and about 30s. Finder please return to A, and J. M'Farlane, grocers. Reward. LIST, Pei ambulator. Finder rewarded by returning to Gore Brothers, Cumberland street. SPANIEL Dog sold some time back has relumed. Owner please call Bill", bird rk-alvT) George street.
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