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Page 3 Advertisements Column 6, Issue 10426, 22 September 1897
AMTJSEMENTB. J THE ALBERT LUCAS 0 >MPANY. ' TO'NIGHT (Wednesday), SEPTEMBER 22nd LAST NIGHT OF THE COILSEN BAWN THE COLLEEN BAWN, The Great "Water Cave Soene. POPULAR PRICES: [ Dress Circle, Is 6d ; Stall?, Is; Pit, 61. SATURDAY, 25th, SEPTEMBER, ' Not Such a Fool as He Looks.' v SRIOULTUBAL HALL. THE GRAND FLORAL FETE akd BICYCLE GYMKHANA Will be Opened by His Worship the Mayor of Dunedin on FRIDAY, 24th INST., at 3 p m. Doors open at 2.30, IMPOBTAST NOT.'CE.—The tiolteta now being sold at the places named below will admit at 2 p.m. Tickets, Is; Children, half-prioe; at Dresden, Horsburgn's, Braithwaite's, Edwards'?, etc. EDITH WOODHOUSE \„ _ J. A. TURTON J llOll Seos - On behalf of St. Matthew's Guild. BOARD AND RFSICENCE. :R ' s family : v CHRISTOHURCH. Within One Minute of the Railway Station. JAMES HATFIELD, Pbophietob. Telephone 231. P.O. Box 291. VACANCIES for few Lady, (-entlemen Boarders; central, comfortable, and moderate. Newington House, corner High and Hope streets. WANTED, by Married Couple (two children), One or Two Furnished Rooms, use kitchen. «* 1,000," Star Office. TO LET. ROSLYN.-4, 5, 6, 7, and 8-roomed Houses I To Let. Washer's Roslyn Agency. Telephone 888. COMFORTABLE Residence inArgyle stieet, Mornington, To Let, consisting of five rooms, kitchen, bathroom, washhouse; all conveniences ; good situation; nice section; low rent. Apply W. H. Davidson, Liverpool stieet. JT, 6-roomed House, Bishop road ; bath, copper; five minutes to Post Office. Edward Trythall, agent, No. 1 Bond Btreet. Key next door. TO LET, beautiful 5-roomcd House : Venetians, register.--, range. Mrs Cross, St. Hercus Court, Caveraham Rise. TO LET, Two Furnished Rooms, Castle street. Apply Croft's Store, corner Hanover street and Castle street. TO LET (Mornington), Seven-roomed House (every convenience), near English Church, Apply Davies's Drapery Store. HMO LET, George street north, new 6 and ■ 7-roomed Houses; 153, 16s. 17a weekly. Wm. King. ' MEETINGS. CALEDONIAN BOWLING CLUB. HE ANNUAL MEETING of the above L Club will take place at the Shamrock Hotel on WEDNESDAY EVENING, the £9th September, at 8 o'clock. Business : To Elect Office-bearers and other business. Members requested to attend. GEO. CATSTICK, Hon. Secretary. OTAGO CRICKET ASSOCIATION. A, SPECIAL GENERAL MEETING of Otago Cricket Association will be held in Wain's Hotel on SATURDAY, 25th inst., at 8 p.m. Business : To Consider Application from a Club, to be formed at North Dunedin, for Affiliation to the Association; and other nutters left over from last meeting. All Delegates are requested to be present. WM. MACLEAN, Hod. S'-c. MAYORAL ELECTION. IHOSE FAVORABLE to the NOMINAX TION of E. B. CARGILL, ESQ., for the OFFICE OF MAYOR are invited to meet in the Chamber of Commerce Hall TO-MORROW (Thursday) AFTERNOON, at 3.30 o'clock. S. C. LEARY, Convenor. PUBLIC NOTICES. CARDBOARD Boxes, all sizes, styles, and shapes, at Star Factory, Crawford Btreet. rttiiNiT anow.—j\ew and rare narcissi; an ,v_, unexpected treat; Agricultural Hall this evening; promenade conctr*. HASLEMERE Tea, the finest quality Ceylon Tea imported into the Colony; try it D. G. Shepherd. * .ainajx s> House of Commons Whisky ___ —supplied to members of Parliament, is sold by all grocers and hotelkeepers. BALTIC Oil for rheumatism, sciatica, colds, pprains, bruise?, is unequalled; price, Is 6d. Alex. Bagley, Octagon Dispensary. a lannivAii at *yte ana Cuming s Drapery v>/ Stores; mora extraordinary bargains brought forward for To-morrow (Thursday). UR COLOSSAL SALE WILL r POSITIVELY CLOSE SATURDAY NfXT. A. AND T. INGLIS. i 45 GKOEOE STIIEET. Just Landed, splendid assortment of CROCKERY AND HARDWARE, Dinner and Tea Set?, Toilet Sets, Bedroom AVare, etc, eto. We wish to call special attention to our BROWN TEAPOTS, As they are a very fine lot, ond are going quickly. J. T. CART] 45 George, steeet. r\TAGO AGRICULTURAL AND PASTORAL SOCIETY. SIXTEENTH ANNUAL PARADE Of CLYDESDALF, CARRIAGE, HACKNEY, And THOROUGHBRED STALLIONS Will be hell at TAHUNA PARK On THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 23. HORSES WILL PARADE IN ORDER AS CATALOGUED, Starting 11 a.m. ED. F. DUTHIF, Box 365. Secretary. WRfGGLESWORTH AND BINNS VICE-REGAL AND LEADING PHOTOGRAPHERS, Have determined to issue another Eeries of 2/6 COUPONS, 2'6 Which will entitle the holder to 12 BEAUTIFUL BURNISHED CABINET PHOTOS, And one of W. and B.'s exquisite and un. surpassed "MONA" ENLARGEMENTS On a further payment of 10s at time of siting. Coupons for sale at Studio for one month onlv but will be available for use till 31st DECEMBER, 1897. Our Country Clients can secure these Couponß by sendirig postal note for 2a 6d and stamped envelope for reply. Studio open on Saturday Evenings 7 till 9 for sale of these MARVELLOUS COUPONS, the hke of which have never before been offered to the public. "TOTBIGGLESWORTH AND BINNS, * * OCTAQON. DUNEDIX.
Page 3 Advertisements Column 6, Issue 10426, 22 September 1897
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