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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4, Issue 10443, 12 October 1897
LATE ADVERTISEMENTS. .■•■■: -ASPARAGUS.. 'Eara bringingJn from ourr'Nurscry daily large Lot of splendid ASPARAGUS. Order «arly. '. Our ONE PENNY PACKETS OF FLOWER SEEDS are Eelling rapidly. PBYOR AND SON. > EGINA Tea confidently recommended as \j the boat of all standard Blends. Young and Anderson. O.NTKITH, Monteith. Monteith. <- —z— Ladies,for fit, wear, and appearance, no Kid Glove equals the " Monteith." Every pair gnanvntged. - : AAND K. WATKtNS will: Kemaiu Open • Tc-night till 10 o'olock. Close "Wednesday. ■ - . ■ -• ' . AAM) E. WATKINS.-Sun Bonnets, • Sun. Hats,. Summer Coats,. Pelißses, Fiuarores, Boys! Smooks, Ladies' Sun Bonnets. TvTEW "Veilings just arrived; great .variety to ■j t, ohoo3e: from. Ladies' Rtcck Collars and Bows;. Lace Boleros.' '."-""■■ BABYLINtCN a specialty. Styles just arrived: >hirts, 61; Gowns from Is 3d. A. andE. Wafckins.' coming to hand; first new lines of the season, •'.-:: PHOTO Frames--Large and small, handjiainted or plain, crystal, opal, metallio —ls, l 8 6.t,.23each> PHOTO Frames. Widgets, Horseshoe shape; •Han'!-painted Widget Frames, only oleach ; the only shop in town. PHOTO Frames of every description; cheapest house in town. Bressey, bookseller, 151 George street. kUALITY the true test of value.— Kegina 5 Tea, the Queen of Blends. Young and And( rson. MADAM*; LONELLO, Professional Palmht and Graphologist (Hindu system), Athbl place (Forth and Albany streets). " ANCING. Madame Eamann's Adu t JL* Class. will Resume Thursday Evening, "Fernbill"; Saturday Afternoon, '-Juvenile"!" St Paul's Schoolroom. ' IAKMVAL. —To night and Thursday, great, attractions at Fyfe and Cuming's Drapery and Clothing Stores. Big success. , 3 OBERT HICKS and JOHN MONAGHAN please call New Zealand Shipping Company. Important. " . ~ A SWIRI ON LABOR DAY can be enjoyed at Morgan's Warm Salt Water Swimming Baths, foot Frederick street.: Private Hot Fait Water Baths always ready. 'NITED Furniiure Trades Union;—Everv \J Member 13 requested to Muster in Bond WEDNESDAY MORNING (Labor Day), at 9.45 o'clock. Roll up. - r DUNEDIN CITY ABATTOIRS. TENDERS are invited till 2 p.m. of TUESDAY, the 19th inst., for SUPPLYING and LAYING DRAINS at Burnside for the Dunedin City Corporation. JAMES HISLOP, Dowling street. Architect. RENDERS arewnvited till 2 p.m. of TUESjI DAY, the 26th inst.. for the REMOVAL and RE-EREOTION of STABLING, and for tho ERECTION of TWO HOUSES of wood in Maitland street. JAMES HISLOP, Dowling street. Architect. BOROCGH OF NORTH-EAST VALLEY. rENDERS arc invited for Tarring and Sanding about 130 chains of Asphalt Footpath. Close SATURDAY, 16th inst. Specifications at Fawcett's Storp, Selwyn. THEODORE ARNOLD, TownOleik. October 11th, 1897. OTAGO EDUCATION BOARD. TENDERS will be received up till MONDAY, 18th Ootober,for the following WORKS:New Offices. Crawford street—Plastering (labor only) New Offices, Crawford street—Plumbing (labor only) Kaikorai School - Fcco'.ng (Jabar and materitl). Plans and specifications may be seen at this office. . "■' ■.:... P. G. PRYDE, „, . Seoretary. Education Office, Water street, 11th October, 1897. OTAGO A. AND P. SOCIETY. ~ IHG COMMITTEE invite WRITTEN . APPLICATIONS up to SATURDAY, October 16tb, for the POSITION of CARETAKER for Tahuna Park.. Tenders will be received up to SATURDAY, Ootober 16th, for CARTING about 40 LOADS of MATERIAL from St. Clair to Tahuna Park, and also about 80 LOADS from Tahuna Park to St. Clair. - Fu'l particulars on application to the Secretary, Crawford street. ED. F. DUTHIP, ' Pecretary. SPECIAL BANK HOLIDAY. PURSUANT to the terms of "The Banks and Bankers Act, 1880," and "The Banks and Bankers Act Amendment Act, 1832." WEDNESDAY, the 13th day of October, 1897, is hereby appointed a SPECIAL BANK HOLTDiY at the Offioes of the undermentioned Banks at Dunedin: - THE UNION BANK OF AUSTRALIA. LIMITED. '. -•" G. E. TOLHURST, ~ Resident Inspector, BANK OF NEW SOUTH WALES. ■ W. G. RHIND, ■-■■■• - Inspector. THE BANK OF AUSTRALASIA. ' 0. WINTER, Inspector. THE NATIONAL BANK OF NEW ZEALAND, LIMITED. '"•"; JAMES COATES, General Manager. . BANK OF NEW ZEALAND* 0. G. TEGETMEIKR, General Manager. LABOR DAY SPORTS AND GRAND ART UNION. ONLY TWO MORE DAYS TO PURCHASE TIOKETS. ' It is intended to DRAW the Art Union at the Sports (for which large entries have been received) to be hejd on ' * . WEDNESDAY N XT, OCTOBER 13. ;. The Committee are giving about £4OO in prizes for the Sports and Art Union. The Art Union Prizes are on View in a Shop in George street (next BinnieVnastry cook l , and the public are invited aod welcome to inspect then>. Tickets purchased at the Bhop up till 2 o'clock on day of sports and up till 2 30 at the gates or from ticket-sellers will participate in the Art Union, but dp not delay the purchase of your tickets till the fast minute, and then peruana finil tl»t ™,. r, n l *l,.'_ „_ ...„.— i. 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 TIOKETS or BLOCKS to RETURN are requested to .hand them to the Secietary as soon as convenient, but not later than TO-MORROW (Tuesday) NIGHT. ; Fports Competitors are expected to see by Official Programme when the different event* start, and are.xesponsible for being at the starting post punctually. All raceß started sharp to time. - "-" H. D. FOREMAN, Sec. Labor Day Committee.
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