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Page 3 Advertisements Column 6, Issue 10435, 2 October 1897
AMUSEMENTS. Temperance hall, mornington. SALE WORK In connection w.th St. Mary’s ladles’ Guild, TUKSDAi, sth OCTOBER. Concert Programme. Admission, One Shillin?, ■WEDNESDAY, 6th OCTOBER, Mornington Orchestral Society. Admission, Sixpence; Afternoons Free. Washing Competition for Men Only on both evenings, BOARD AND KFSa’ENCE, COKER’S FAMILY HOTEL, CHRISTCHURCH. Within One Minute of the Railway Station. JAMBS HATFIELD, Pbopbietob. Telephone 231. P.O. Box 291. VACANCIES for few Lady, Gentlemen Boarders; central, comfortable, and moderate. Newington House, corner High and Hope streets. ’ COMFORTABLE Board and Residence for Gentlemen; terms moderate. No. 3 Gordon terrace, Frederick street. COMFORTABLE Lodgings for Two respectable Men. For particulars apply C. CCroft’s, corner Castle and Hanover streets. UNFURNISHED Room, use of kitchen and bathroom, near Octagon. Please, send address “ Bachelor,” Stab Office. WANTED, Furnished Room suit married couple, near City. State terms to * Moderate, Stab Office. WANTED, Three Bedrooms and Board, with or without Sole use of sitting room; neighborhood of George street preferred. Reply “J.M.,” Box 132, P.O. WANTED, November and during summer, Accommodation for small family, near Mosgiel; farm preferred. “ Taieri,” Stab Office. SDUOATIONAL. DUNEDIN SCHOOL OF ART AND DESIGN, Moray place, DAT CLASSES. THE FOURTH QUARTER Commences on MONDAY, 4th October. Open Daily from 9,30 a.m. to 4 p.m. Fee, £1 Is per quarter. EVENING CLASSES. TUESDAYS and THURSDAYS for Practical Plane and Solid Geometry, Machine Construction, and Building Construction. MONDAYS and WEDNESDAYS for Freehand and Model Drawing, Drawing in Light and Shade from Ornament and from the Antique, etc. Open fiom 7to 9. Fee, 10s 6d per quarter. Teachers’ and Pupil-teachers’ Classes as usual, from 5.45 to 6.45 p.m. David c. hutton, Art Master. TECHNICAL CLASSES ASSOCIATION. ■JITB J- S. TENNANT, 8.A., B.Sc., will MEET with Intending Students of the BOTANY CLASS in the Board Room of the Agricultural Hall on MONDAY, 4rh inst., at 7.30 p.m. GEO. M. THOMSON, Hon. Sec. MISS "HODGKINS has Resumed her Classes for Sketching from Nature. Cards, with terms, at Mr David Scott’s, Princes street. PIANOFORTE Taught, thorough rudiments, by experienced Lady Teacher; easy, moderate terms, taken by quarter, month, or fortnight. “A.Z.,” STAB Office. HAWTHORN K Kindergarten, Howe street Church Hall.—4th Quarter Commenced October Ist, 1897. Miss Lees. DANCING. —Madame Hamann begs to inform her pupils and friends that her Classes will be Postponed till further notice; also the coming Social, GOVERNMENT NOTICES. NEW ZEALAND RAILWAYS. LABOR DAY. WEDNESDAY, 13th OCTOBER, 1897. Holiday excursion tickets to Dunedin will bo issue! from Oamaru, Clinton, and intermediate stations, including branches, on 12th and 13th October, and will be available for return up to and including Saturday, 16th October The Return Fares will be 2d per mile First Class and Id per mile Second Class, the minimum being 4s and 2s respectively. The journey must be commenced on date Tickets are taken out, and may be broaen at any station where the Train is timed to atop after travelling twenty-five miles from the original starting station, provided the specified time is not exceeded. CHEAP EXCURSION TRAIN will leave Dunedin for Hyde at 7.40 a.m., arriving Hyde 12.20 p.m. ; returning at 4.10 p.m., arriving Dunedin 8.45 p.m. Excursion Fares will be First Second From Class, C:ass. Dunedin and Caversham ... 8s 3d 4s 9d Abbotsford, Wingatui, and Stations on the Otago Central line where the ordinary return fare exceeds the excursion fare ... ... ... 8s Od 4s 6d # These Tickets will be available for the Excursion Train on day of issue only. The 6.55 a.m. Train to Hyde will not leave Dunedin until 7.40 a.m.' The 1.15 p.m. Train from Hyde will not leave until 4.10 p.m. The 3.30 p.m. Train from Dunedin to Mosgiel will not run. A Train will leave Dunedin for Mosgiel at 4.20 p.m. The 4.20 p.m. Clinton Train will not leave Dunedin until 5.16 pm. The Outram Branch Train will not leave Mosgiel till 6.35 p m.; the I awrence Branch Train will not leave Milton until 8.15 p.m.; and the Ow-ka Train will not leave Ba'clutha until 9.5 p.m , returning from Owaka at 10 35 p m. The Morning Train from Palmerston to Dunedin will not leave until 6 45 a.m., Waikouaiti 7.15 a.m., Seaoliff 7.50 a.m. The 3.0 p.m'. Train will stop at any Station where required north of Upper Port Chalmers to allow passengers to alight. The 4.0 p.m. Train will not leave Dunedin until 6.0 p.m.. leaving Sawyers Bay at 6.30 p.m., Waitati 7.35 p.m., Seacliff 8.17 p.m. The GOODS SHEDS at DUNEDIN will be CLOSED at 12.0 NOON. By Order. TO LET. WANTED Let, superior Three-roomed Verandah Cottage (copper), near English Church. Mrs Milburn, Paterson street, Mornington. ROSLYN.— Comfortable 5-roomed House To Let (every convenience) near extension tram ; rent low. Washer, agent. 171UBNISHED and Unfurnished Rooms To J Let, with or without use of kitchen; terms moderate. Royal Boarding - house, Walker street (near Princes street). TO LET, Cottage (4 rooms and scullery), Bucoleugh street, N.E. Valley. Apply to Mr T. Short, next door; or to Webb and Allan, solicitors, Princes street. TO LKT, splendid Four-roomed House (scullery, boiler, garden), near Belt. Wren, painter, Mornington. TO LET, 4-rootned Cottage, in good order; cheap rent. Apply Mrs Crow, Upper Russell street, Dunedin. TO LET, one 4-roomed House and 4-stalled stable, Leith street north; one 5 and and one 4-roomed (new; boiler and every convenience), Walker street. Apply F. Meenan, King street. rSTO LET, Five-roomed House (hot bath, gas), J. 10s per week; also, Nicely-furnished Tworoomed Cottage, 7s. Mrs Wise, David street, Caversham. TO LET. 4-roomed House, High street (opposite Dr Brown’s); also 4-roomed House in Leith street, near St. Andrew street. Apply James Whyte, Princes street. rBIO LKT, Stable and Loft. F. Schook, booti 1 maker, Frederick street. TJpO LET, Four-robmed Verandah House, JL every convenience; rent, 9s. Apply Mrs Cross, Grosvenor street, Kensington. TO LET (Mornington), Seven-roomed House (every convenience), near English Church, Apply Davies’s Drapery Store. TO LET, Shop and Dwelling, Green Island ; suitable for a dressmaker, etc.; rent moderate. Apply Mrs H; M’Canghan. TO LET, George street north, 5, 6, and 7-roomed Homes. Apply W. King. . TO LET, new 7-roomeJ House, with splendid view from Llttlebourne; gas, bath, .hot and cold water, and all modem conveniencesB. Brown, 67 George street.
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