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Page 3 Advertisements Column 5, Issue 10437, 5 October 1897
LATE ADVERT!SEMENTS. ■f /i-GUINEA Second-hand English Piano JLtc (Stoddortf! £1 deposit, and 10a monthly payments. MnsipalExchange, Octagon. REGINA Tea confidently recommended as the best of all standard Blends. Young and Anderson. LOASBF’S “ Wahoo.” positively cures where other remedies only relieve; purely herbal: always effectual2s 6d. Chemists, Grocers. 26 . well; spent. For the small amount named above you can have.'a pair of 4-button Kid Gloves,' which will not only give you satisfaction, but will'wear as well as many pairs you have paid 5s for elsewhere. Wo sell'this Glove to advertise the firm, and have already made many new customers through it, Have you seen the Glove ? “We have compared this “Glove with most of those “sold at the same price, not “only in Dunedin, but also in “the other centres, and say, “ without fear of contradiction, “ at the price ho better Glove “ is sold.” JJROWtf, EWING, AND CO. SHIPPING SHAW, SAVILL AND ALBION COMPANY, LIMITED. BARQUE BEN NEVIS, FROM GLASGOW, THE ABOVE VESSEL having been reported at the Custom--house, Consignees are hereby requested to PASS ENTRIES, PRESENT BILLS OF LADING, and PAY FREIGHT (if any) to the undersigned without delay. Owing to her having put into Melbourne through stress of weather, thereby incurring Port Charges, etc., Consignees will be required to sign Average Band and Pay Deposit of 5 per cent, on the Value of their Goods before delivery of same is granted. MURRAY, ROBERTS, AND CO., Agents. BOARD AND EFSIDENOE. COKER’S FAMILY HOTEL, CHRISTCHURCH. Within One Minute of the Railway Station. JAMES HATFIELD, Proprietor. Telephone 251. P.O. Box 291. VACANCIES for few Lady, Gentlemen Boarders; central, comfortable, and moderate. Newington House, corner High and Hope streets. LADY _ and Gentleman desire Board and Residencs at St. Clair for six months. Reply “A.0.h:..” Star Office. ' “ANTED, by young Gentleman, good address, Board and Lodging with private family. Bos 157. ~ TO LET. Maori hill.-to Let, 3 •roomed Cottage; range, register grate, asphalt path. Apply Post Office Store. T 0 LET, a 3-roomed House ; Ss 6d per weak. Apply Eggers’s Store, Albany street. TO LKr, Castle street, near Gardens, Sixroomed House ; gas. bath (hot, cold water): key next door. Apply Butler Brothers, Rattray street. TO LET, Shop and Dwelling. 4 rooms; 9s. Mrs Lyons, fruiterer, Main street, South Dunedin. TO LET, Shop in Macloggan street, next to Mr T. West’s. Apply Wright, Stephenson, and Co. TO LET, 3 good Rooms ; rent, 5s weekly. George Wilkins, opposite Croft’s Store, Hanover street. TO LET, Cottage (4 rooms and scullery), Buccleugh street, N.E. Valley. Apply to Mr T. Short, next door; or to Webb and Allan, solicitors, Piinces street. TO LET, one 4-roomed Houso 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. TO LET, George street north, 5. 6, and , 7-roomed Houses. Apply W. King. educational! DUNEDIN SCHOOL OF ART AND DESIGN, Moray place, DAY CLASSES, THE FOURTH QUARTER Commences on MONDAY. 4th October. ■Open Daily from 9.30 a.ra. to 4 p,m. Fee, £1 Is per quarter. EVENING CLASSES. TUESDAYS and THURSDAYS for Praotical Plane and Solid Geometry, Machine Construction, and Budding Construction, ! MONDAYS and WEDNESDAYS for Free. I hand and Model Drawing, Drawing in 1 Ight j and Shade from Ornament and from the An* i tique, etc. i Open f 10m 7to 9. Fee, 10a 6d per quarter, j Teachers’ and Pupil-teachers’ Classes as usual, I from 5.45 to 6.45 p m. D AVID 0. HUTTON. Art Master. HODGKINS has Resumed her Classes for Sketching from Nature. Cards, with terms, at Mr David Scott’s, Princes street. ■ ISS MAODOUGAL, Artist, has Kemoved to Moray place, next Criterion. Vacanov for few pupils. ’ANTED, by a young Lady, a Coach for matriculation. Apply, stating terms, etc, to “ Lillian,” Star Office. M ISS MEETINGS. THE GAELIC SOCIETY. THE ORDINARY MONTHLY MEBTII of this Society will bo held in Oddfellows’ Hall. Stuart street, TO-MORRC (Wednesday) EVENING, 6th October, al o’clock. . WM. MACLEOD. Hon. Sec MEETING OF MASTER PAINTE will be held in the Criterion Hotel FRIDAY, the 9th inst., at 8 p m., to Cons! the Rules of the Painters’ Industrial Union. R. F. SMITH, Convener SEW HOY GOLD MINING COMPANY. in the above Company Ay are requested to Meet at the Chamber of Commerce on WEDNESDAY EVENING, the 6th October, at 7.30. EDWARD TRYTHALL, ■ Sharebroker. CHURCH SERVICES. London missionary society (OTAGO AUXILIARY). PROGRAMME OE MEETINGS AND SERVICES In connection with the visit of REV. R. BARON, F.L S.. F.G.P. (For 25 Years a Missionary in Madagascar) . And REV. J. E. NEWELL (Seventeen Years in Samoa). MEETINGS WILL BE HELD AS FOLLOWS: TUESDAY, October 5 Annual General Meeting of the Society will be held at 7.30 p.m., in Moray place Congregational Church ; Rev. W., Saunders in the Chair. Addresses by bo hj Missionaries. WEDNESDAY, October 6—Rev, R, Baron i will speak at St. Andrew’s Presbyterian Church. Walker street, at 7.30 p.m. Rev. J. E. Nowell will speak at Anderson’s Bay Presbyterian Church at 7.30 p.m., , THURSDAY*’ October 7—Rev. R. Baron will.speak at South Dunedin Presbyterian Church at 7.30 p.m. Rev. J. E. Newell will speak at North Dunedin-Presbyterian Church at 7.30 p.m. .. . . FRIDAY, October, 8 Rev. R. Baron will speak at North-eastValley.Preabyterian Church at 7.30 p.m. Bey. J. B. Newell will speak at V.eith street Congregational Church at 7.30 p.m. ... SUNDAY, October. 10—11 a.m.: Rev. R. Baron will preach at Knox Church; Rev. J. B. Newell will preach at St. Andrew’s Presbyterian Church. 6.30 p.m.: Rev. R. Baron , will preach at North Dunedin Presbyterian ©lurch Rev f J. • will preach at 1 Collections oh of the Society taken up ' at each’ of the"
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