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frATB ADVERTISEMENTS. PIANOS and Orgabs, pricek from 10 guineas; terms, time payments from* 10s montHly. Musical Exchange, Octagon. LOASBY'S " Wahoo," the unrivalled herbal remedy for all stomach, liver, and kidney complaints;22l6 d.s 1 6d. Chemists, Grocery. CARNIVAL.— Special Attractions at Fyfe and Cuming's Great Drapery and Clothing Stores To-morrow (Tuesday); late night. UGBR TEAS.-To iiake your little entcr- _ tainment a success you must provide Tiger as. AN Old established Fire Insurance Company invites APPLICATIONS from Gentlemen of posithn and standing' for their DISTRICT AGENCY OF OTAGO. All Applications (which ■will be treated as confidential) should be addressed to "LONDON,"^ Evening Stab Office DEER, NOT DEAR. We are showing '•Real Deerskin"Gloyes(not Doeskin sold as Deer), every pair stamped by the manufacturer. This Glove cannot .be got cheaper in Naw Zealand—viz., 6s lid per pair —and all who have had them agree they are the most comfortable Glovo they ever wore. >ROWN, EWING, AND CO. LABOR DAY SPORTS AND' GRAND ART UNION. ONLY TWO MORE DAYS TO PURCHASE TICKETS. It is intended to DRAW the Art Union at the Sports (for which large entries have been received) to be held on WEDNESDAY N XT, OCTOBER 13. The Committee are giving about £IOO in prizes for the Sports and Art-Union. The Art Union Prizes are on View in a Shop in George street (next Binnie's, pastryoook), and the publio are invited and welcome to inspect them. Tickets purohased at the shop up till 2 o'clock on day of sports and up till 2 30 at the gates or from ticket-sellers will participate an the Art Union, but do not delay the purchase of your tickets till the last minute, and then perhaps find that you cannot get them on account of being all sold. Procure them at once. Every Purchaser of a Shilling Ticket gets Admittance to the Sports, besides having a chance in the Art Union. ANY SURPLUS TO GO TO THE FREE LIBRARY FUND. All Persons having TICKETS or BLOCKS to RETURN are requested to hand them to the Secietary as soon as convenient, but not later than TO-MORROW (Tuesday) NIGHT. Sports Competitors are expected to see by Official Programme when the different events start, and ave responsible for being at the starting po3t punctually. All race 3 started sharp to time. H. D. FOREMAN, Sec. Labor Day Committee. TOUSE OF LORDS OLD HIGHLAND WHISKY. SAUNDERS'S REGISTERED. This magnificent Whißky, now for the first time placed on this market, is the only Scotch Brand supplied in bulk to the British House of Lords since 1879. There is no other GENUINE House of Lords Whisky, although some dealers may have UNASKBD sent samples to that House or supplied. occasionally an individual Peer. There is only one Quality, and none is genuine unless bearing the above Eegistered Trade Mark. Anyone imitating same cr refilling bottles will be prosecuted. Sole Exporters: CRAIGELLACHIE-GLENIIVE P DISTILLERY COMPANY, LIMITED. Sole Agents for Dnnedin and District: DALGETY AND CO., LIMITED. SHIPPING LABOR DAY EXCURSIONS. THE S.S. ON3LOW will run the above EXCURSIONS to Maoandrews, Broad Bay, and Portobello, leaving Jetty ntreet whßrf at 10 a.m. and 2.20 p.m., returning from Porto* bello at 4.50 p.m. Fares ... Is each way. PORTOBELLO FERRY TAREWAI. LABOR DAY. £l A S leave Port on arrival train?, which will leave Dunedin 7 40, 10.0, 12.10, 3.35, 6 15; leaving Portobello at 7.45. 10 45, 12 15,3.30, 6.30. Return Tickets Dunedin and Pelichet Bay Stations. MEETINGS. THE SOUTH BRITI&H FIRE AND MARINE INSURANCE COMPANY OF NEW ZEALAND. ■VTOTICE 13 HEREBY GIVEN that the jLS Ordinary General Meeting of the Shareholders of the above Company will be held at the Head Office of the Company, Queen street, Auckland, on WKDNESDAT, the 13th day of October, 1897, at 11 o'clock in the forenoon. Business : To receive the Keport and Balance-xheet for the year ended 31st August, 1897. To < lecfc Two 1 irectorH iu p'ace of J. H. T'pton, Etq., and John Batgcr, Esq., who retire in accordance with the Articles of Association, but offer themsolves for re-election. To elect Two Auditors in place of Josepn Frur Clarke, Fsq., and G. S. Kissling, Ksq.. who offer themselves for reelection. The Transfer Books of the above Company will bo Closed from the 29th September to the 13th October, 1897, both days inclusive. Dated at Auckland this 4th day of September, 1897. By order of the Board of Directors. JAMES KIRKER, General Manager. OTAGO INSTITUTE. JHE USUAL MONTHLY MEETING will I be hold at the Museum on TUESDAY, October 12tb, at -8 p.m , when thef following communications will be made : 1. Mr Hamilton : (1) 'On Rock Pictographs near Albury, South Canterbury'; (2)* A List of Recent and Fossil Polyzoa Collected in New Zealand '; (3) 'On Cnemiornis, an Extinct Bird Found in most of the Bone Deposits.' 2. Members op the Dunedin Field Ci cb : ' Contributions to our Local Flora.' Council Meeting at 7.30. T. JEFFERY PARKER, Hon. Sec. VOLUNTEER MEDICAL CORPS. mHOSE GENTLEMEN who Signed the 1 Petition for the Formation of a Volunteer Medical Corps aro requested to meet Colonel at the Garrison Hall TO-MORROW EVENING, at 8 o'clock. v J. E. BONE, Hon. Secretary. DRUIDISM. TAGO LODGE MEETING POSTPONED ~ to THURSDAY, 8 o'clock, European Hotel. By order, P. H. DANIELS, Sec COST AND FOUND. LOST, Black Greyhound Dog, from Kersiagton. Reward on returning to T. King, bootmaker, Kensington. OST, on Saturday night, between Fyfe and J Cuming's and Rattray Btreet, Pair Child's Boots. Finder rewarded by returning to- R. Collier, 32 George street. LOST, Saturday ni'ht, "Handbag, near Pelichet Bay. Finder kindly leavo Dickinson's, tobacconist, High street. LOST, between Grand Hotel and St* Clair, Lady's Tortoiseshell Side Comb ; reward. Manager Grand Hotel." TRAYED, from Halfway Bush, Bay Pony, ~ , without shoes; reward. Apply B. fIJUUer, Cumberland street north.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 5, Evening Star, Issue 10442, 11 October 1897

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