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Page 3 Advertisements Column 6, Issue 10438, 6 October 1897
LATE ADVERTISEMENTS. 1 W-GUINEA Organ (Bell); 8 stops; bass J_ 4 and treble couplers; 12s monthly payments. Musical Exchange, Octagon. «,JTKUTHERS AND SOOTThave large stocks O of Hasleraere Tta, and strongly recommend it. LX the Carnival. Crowded counters Wednesday; come early Thursday morning. Fyfe and Cuming's Great Drapery Stores. rf'YOOD Kvening ! Have you used "Good \JT Luck" Tea?—the blend for health and happiness. D. M. Miller. WAREHOUSEMEN'S Sample cases and Cards made and lettered at the Stab Factory, Crawford street AiOSS AND I'OaWD. OST, on Sunday .night, Persian Cat; blaok 'face. Please return Dr M'Kellar, Pitt OST, Pair of Bay's. Spectacles, between J High School Rectory and Clyde street. Finder return Charles Allan, "Arana," Clyde street. LOST (yesterday), Tweed Overcoat without cape, between Filleul street and Royal terrace. Reward on returning Shaddock's Foundry. LOST, on Monday, between Museum and Forth street, Silver Watch Chain. Please return Janitor at University. InOUND, the best place to get your Umbrellas } Re-covered and Repaired is at Martinelli's, George street. CHURCH SERVICES. ONDON MISSIONARY SOCIETY J (OTAGO AUXILIARY). PROGRAMME OF MEETINGS AND SERVICES In connection with the visit of REV. R. BARON, F.L 8., F.G.S. (For 25 Years a Missionary in Madagascar) And REV. J. Jfc,. NEWELL (Seventeen Years in Samoa). MEETINGS WILL BE HELD AS FOLLOWS: WEDNESDAY, October 6-At 3 p.m. Rev. J. E. Newell will address a meeting of ladies in the Vestry of Moray place Congregational Church (entry from View street). All ladies interested in missions are invited to attend. Rev. R. Baron will speak at St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church, Walker street, at 7.30 p.m. Rev. J. E. Newell 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-east Valley Presbyterian Church at 7.30 p.m. Bev ; J. E. Newell will speak at Leith street Congregational. Church at 7.30 p.m. SUNDAY, October 10-11 a.m.: Rev. R. Baron will preach at Knox Church; Rev. J. E. Newell will preach at St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church.. 6.30 p.m.: Rev. R. Baron r : " preach at North Dunedin Presbyterian Church; Rev. J. E. Newell will preach at Moray place Congregational Church. Collections on behalf of the Society taken up at each of the Services. KIMITIVE Methodist Church, Dundas street.—An Address by Mrs Driver on ' Mission Work in India,' on Thursday night, at 7.30. Collection in aid of Missions. EOARD AND RESIDENCE. OOKER'S FAMILY HOTEL, OHRISTCHUROH. Within One Minuto of the Railway Station. JAMES HATFIELD, Proprietor. Telephone 231. P.O. Box 291. ACANCIES for few Lady, Gentlemen Boarders; central, comfortable, and moderate. Newiugfcon House, corner High and Hope streets. 7ANTED, Unfurnished Room for Single ..' Man ; south end preferred. State terms to "Bachelor," Star Office. ANTED, 3 Bedrooms, with Board and » . use of sitting room, for Family j north end preferred. " J.M.," Box 132, P.O. LADY and Gentleman desire Board and Reaidenoe at St. Clair for six months. Reply " A.0.E.," Star Office. JEDUCATIONAL. OTAGO EDUCATION BOARD. PPLICATIONS (acoampamed by Certlfi- . cates and Testimonials) will be received up till SATURDAY, 16th October, from Teachers qualified to fill the position of HEADMASTER of the Kyebum School. Salary, £l4O per annum. Forma of Application may be obtained at this Office. P. G. PRYDE, Secretary. Education Office, Dunedin, 4th Ootober, 1897. PIANOFORTE Taught by experienced Lady Teacher; terms taken by quatter, month, or fortnight. " A.Z.," STAR Office. MISS MACDOUGAL, Artist, has Removed to Moray place, next Criterion. Vacancy for few pupils. TO LET. \WO Unfurnished Rooms for Lady and .«_ Child ; south end; private house, ground floor. " Urgent," Star Office. \0 LET, 3-roomed Cottage, Elm row. l Apply J. B. Thomson, builder, Moray tee. TO LET, Suite Front Offioes, occupied by Messrs Jowitt and Co. Apply Provident Industrial Insurance Company, Triangle. TO LET, 6-roomed Houbo, Princes and Maitland streets. ( R. J. M'Keeraan, Maitland street. TO LET, 4-roomed House (soullery, boiler, garden), few doors from Belt; Bs. Wren, painter, Mornington. \0 LET, good Workshop j oentral. A. Lorie and Co. TO LET (Mornington), Seven-roomed House (every convenience), near English Church, Apply Davies's Drapery Store. 10 LET, Castle street, near Gardens, Six- _ roomed House; gas, bath (hot, cold water); key next door. Apply Butler Brothers, Rattray street. TO LET, Shop in Maclaggan street, next to Mr T. West's. Apply Wright, Stephenson, and Co. TO LET. Cottage (4 rooms and Bcullery), Buccleugh street, N.E. Valley. Apply to Mr T. Short, next door; or to Webb and Allan, solicitors, Princes street. O LET, one 4-roomed House and 4-stalled stable, Leith street north j one 5 and and one 4-roomed (new; boiler and every convenience), Walker street. Apply F. Meenan, King street. O LET, George street north, 5. 6, and . 7-roomed Houses. Apply W. King. • ELECTION NOTICES. • R HUGH GOURLEY WILL ADDRESS MEETINGS ELECTORS %F THE CITY OF DUNEDIN. CITY HALL, DOWLING STREET, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 7, 8 p.m. Gallery reserved for Ladies and Gentlemen ' accompanying Ladies. N.E VALLEY PUBLIC HALL, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 8, 8 p.m. Future fixtures will be announced during the week. CITY ELECTION. 'R HUGH GOURLEY'S COMMITTEES J MKKT EVERY EVENING at Central Rooms, Princes street Roslyn, Hign street Mornington, ,Mr Bush's Shop West Harbor, Jackman's Hall North-east Valley, Mr Scott's Shop Woodhaugh, Mr Gibson's North Dunedin, King street (next Cooke, Howlison, and Co.'s). J. NAGLE, Chairman. A SPECIAL MEETING of Mr Gourley'a Ladies' Committee will be held at the Central Rooms TO-MORROW (Thursday), at 3 p.m. Business Important. All Ladies interested in Mr Gourley'a return invited to attend. ADA L. A. MORGAN, Hon. Secretary,
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