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CORPORATION NOTICES. CITY CORPORATION. cations for DRIVERS' LICENSES for the half-year commencing on the Ist October next must be made' to the Inspector of Vehicle Traffic, Town Hall, on or before THURSDAY, the 30th inst. All Carriage and Cart Licenses must aho be taken out by the saute date. NOTE.—AII Licenses must bo taken out in the Borough where the applicant mostly plies for hire. WILLIAM B. TAYLOB, ,. TownGlerk. Dunedin, 17th September, 1697. '* TEN POUNDS REWARD. THE CITY COUNCIL offers a REWARD of TEN POUNDS (£10) for Information leading- to the Conviction of Offenders who wilfully Damage the Fences of any of the City Reserves. TO. B. TAYLOR, „ ~ Town Clerk. Duncdin, 13th September, 1897. BOROUGH OF CAVERSHAM. TENDERS FOR ROAD FORMATION. TENDERS will be received until 7 p.m. THURSDAY, 23rd iuat., for Removing Kuoll on Wilkie road. ° Specification, etc., may be seen at Mr Robert Allen's boot shop, Main road, Caversham, MARTIN PEAROE, Town Clerk. Caversham, 17th September, 1897. BOROUGH OF MAORI HILL. i PROPOSAL TO STOP PART OF A . STREET through Seotions 46 and 47, Block V., Dunedin and East Taieti District, and Part of a Street between Sections 79 and 80, Wakan District, Section 46, part of Section 47, Blook V., Dunedin and .East Taieri District, and Section £2. Wakari Listrict, has been forwarded to the Stipendiary Magistrate for consideration. Any Person likely to Suffer Injury by the Proposed Alterations must Lodge his Objection in writing at the Magistrate's Office, Dunedin, on or before September 10, 1897. CHAS. GBATER. Town Clerk. SDUOATXONAL. OTAGO BOYS' AND GIRLS' HIGH SCHOOLS. IHE THIRD TERM begins on TUESDAY, ~ 21st September, 1897, at 9.30 a.m. The Rector and Lady Principal will be present at their respective Schools between the hours of 2 and 4 p.m. on MONDAY, the 20th mst., to Enrol New Pupils. For prospectuses of both Sdhools apply to C. MACANDREW, Secretary to Board of Governors. RAEMAR HOUSE, DUNEDIN. A SCHOOL OF THE HIGHEST CLASS FOR GIRLS.

Principals : THE MISSES MILLER (Certificated and Trained Teacher. Loudon an! Tatis), agisted by Efficient Staff, including Miss Gcllatly, M.A., and Miss Hose Davey, M.A.). A Thoroughly Sound and Advanced Education given. Most Approved Methods of Teaching. Boarders havo a Refined Home Life. THIRD TERM Commences on TUESDAY, September 21st, 1897. DANCING. Madame Hamann's Adult Class Wednesday Evening, Juvenile Saturday Afternoon, St. Paul's Schoolroom: Monday and Thursday, Femhill; thorough icstruotion. £1 Is per quarter, in MEETINGS. THE SOUTH BRITISH FIRE AND MARINE INSURANCE COMPANY OF NEW ZEALAND. "VTOTICE 13 HEREBY GIVEN that the _LI Ordinary General Meeting of the Shareholders of the above Company will be held at the Head Office of the Company, Queen street, Auckland, on WEDNESDAY, the 13th day of October, 1897, at 11 o'clock in the forenoon. Business : To receive the Report and Balance-sheet for the year ended 31st August, 1897. To elect Two Directors in place of J. H. Upton, Efq., and John Batger, Esq., who retire in accordance with the Artioles of Association, but offer themfelves for re-election. To elect Two Auditors in place of Joseph Friar Clarke, Esq., and G. S. Kissling, Esq., who offer themselves for reelection. The Transfer Books of the above Company will be Closed from the 29th September to the 13th October, 1897, both days icolusive. Dated at Auokland this 4th day of September, 1897. ' By ordor of the Board of Diieotors. JAME3 KIRKER, General Manager. DUNEDIN PAINTERS' UNION. |HE MONTHLY MEETING of the above Union will be held in the Trades Hall, Dowling street, on MONDAY, the 20th inst., at 8 pm. Members may receive rules and pence books at 7,30. Full attendance is requested. J. PATERSON, Secretary. GROCERS' CRICKET CLUB.

mHE ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING -*- of the above will be held in Wood's Hotol, Rattray street, on MONDAY, September 20th, at 8 o'clock. J. BREEN, Secretary. JIHE ANNUAL MEETING of the STAR CRICKET CLUB will bo held in the Choral Hall on WEDNESDAY Next, September 22nd, at 7.30 p.m. All members and intending members are requested to be present. TO LET. T> OSLYN.-4, 5, 6, 7, and 8-roomed Houses JLV To Let. Washer's Roslyn Agency. Telephone 888 IX-ROOMKD House, all conveniences; -~ rent, lis. Mrs French, Calderville, Cavcreham (near St. Clair tram crossing). TO LET, 4-roomcd House and scullery. Andcr=ton, Rolyn. Apply Russell's Bakery, Church street, Roslyn. O LET, Four-roomed Verandah House, „_ every convenience; rent, 9g. Apply Mrs Crops, Grosvenor street, Kensington. O LET, Shop and 4-roomed, also 5-roomed Cottage. Mrs Lyons, Main street, South nedin. \0 LET, 6-roomed House, Bishop road ; bath, copper ; five minutes to Post Office. Edward Trythall, agent, No. 1 Bond Btreet. Key next door. \0 LET, 6-roomed House, with large fruit garden. Apply James Steven, Woodugh. TO LET, large Front Room. 7 Princes street; suitable studio, music teacher, dressmaker. Apply Art ExchangeTO LET, Six-roomed House, in George street, near school; every convenience. Key next door. TO LET, nicely-furnisbed 7-roomed House, Queen street; rent, 253 per week. Brew, High street. TO LET, Eight-roomed House (every convenience), facing Belt, Eglinton. A. G. Watson, Princes street south. TO LET, 7-roomed House (every convenience ; hot and cold water bath ; splendid view), Mornington. TO LET, 6 and 7-roomed Houses (new), George street. Arthur A. Adams, No. 1 Exchange Court. 0 LET, Five-roomed House (hot bath, gas). 10s per week; also Nicely-furnißhed Two-roomed Cottage, 7s. Mrs Wiße, David Btreet, Caversham. 0 LET, George street north,"'new 6 and 7-roomed Houses; 15s, 16b; lfa weekly. Wm. King. TO LET (Mornington), Seven-roomed- House (every convenience), near English Church, Apply Davies's Drapery Store. Q LET, new and handsome House of . -■ 8 rooms, bath {hot an 3' <»ld "water) pantries, and all pjodera conveniences, John Rekl and. Bon's.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 6, Issue 10423, 18 September 1897

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