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LATE ADVERTISEMENTS. BEDROOM Toilet Sets.(6 pieces), newest ; ~: designs, 12s b&; just landed. F. - A. Hf.oper an 3 Co., Octagon. .. great attractions at Fyfc and CnmiDg'd Drapery and Clothing Stores. Bix success. |*IRE AND MAIUNE INoUBANOE ■ OFFICES WILL BS CLOSED TOMORROW, 13th in t. (Labor Day). W.O.MILLAR, Secretary Otsgo and Southland Fire Underwriters' Association. ':'•'■•:• MONEY TO LEND. /"V/V—We; have, this sum in hand , --T- - for investment, and are preI.pared*^advance upon,Freehold-Securities from 5 percent;; also on.'Furniture^Pianos, Cattle, iHorses, LitV Policies, P.'N:s,.',etc.',"»); reduced Correspondence Invited. ""' ■ ' ! - ' HORDER AND CO., " . ' -; 90 Princes street, /Donedin. .'.:" , rTO ENGINEERS.!. BRAS3FINI3HERS,:.;<; : "'- 'f " SAWMAKERS.Eto. TUST OPENED, a Urge Stock of the •W . .Morse Company's Celebrated TWIST DRILLS, ranging" from \ inch to 1-16 inch, and in sets.with numbered stands from 1 to 60 on Stibsi gauge. S. Newboulds and Co.'a Patent Sandblast FiLES, all. shapes; sizes, and cats. Thes> • are the'most-durable: and best cutting Files in the market. Screw Chasing Tools, all numbers. Small. Battery Dry Cells; Screw Plates, with taps; Arkansas Set Stones, finest grain; Wood-carving Tools and Files, etc HENRYNEILL, Importers of Watchmakers', Jewellers', and Artisans' Tools,' 22 RATTRAY STREET. CHURCH SERVICES. AT 8 o clock TO-NIGHT AT. 8 o'clock TO-NIGHT, ,-' . At the AT lON ARMY, riU... - ■■': DO'WLING STBB3T, ■ •■ ■ CHILDREN'S COMB IN 1 A.TION AND EXHIBITION. TOMORROW NIGHT (Wednesday), Hosanna ; - Meeting and Half night of Prayer. THURSDAY, the famous Car K ill road Choiwill render a Magnificent Choral Combina- • tion, the - . • Rev. T. G. Ebooke presiding. . FRIDAY, THE GIPSY JINGLE BAND, : . ■ Admission by Reserve Season Ticket, Is; :. .; or Speoial Collections. EXHIBITION ;AND SALE: OF WORK Each Afternoon at 3 and each Evening. MEETINGS. THE SOUTH BRITISH FIRE AND MARINE INSURANCE COMPANY OF NEW ■ i( ■■:;; ■■;■'[ ZEALAND. ". ;OTICE 13 HEREBY. GIVEN that the i .Ordinary General Meeting of the Shareholders of the above Company will be held at the Head Office of the Company, Queen street, Auckland, on WEDNESDAY, the 13th day of October, 1897, at 11 o'clock in the forenoon. . Businkss : To receive the K enprt and Balance-sheet for the year ended 31st August, 1897. . " To elect Two Lirectors in place of J. H. Upton, Esq., and John Batger, Esq., who retire in accordance with the ' , Articlrs of Association, but offer themselves for re-election. To elect Two Auditors in place of Joseph Friar Clarke, Fsq., and G. S. Kissling, .... • Fsq., who offer themselves for reelection. •The Trat.sfer Books of the above Company will be Closed from the 29th September to the 13th October, 1897, both days itclusive. Fated at Auckland this 4ih day of September, 1897. ; ■■{■■. By order of the Board of Ditectors. 1 JAMES K.IRKRB, • i ■ General Manager. LODGE OF OTAGO, No. 7. MEMBERS of the.CRAFT are cordially invited to the INST ALLATION of Bro. FREDERICK ANSDELL at the Od.'fellows' Hall, Lower Stuart street, on WEDNESDAY, October 13,1897. The Lodge will be Openea at 7 p.m.; Vititing Brethren 730 p.m. C. J. RONALDSON, P.M., P.G.D., Seorelary. HIRAM LODGE, No. 46. LODGE MAORI, No. 105. OFFICERS and MEMBERS of the above Lodges are requested to attend the INSTALLATION of Bro.'FREDERICK ANSDELL as W.M. of Lodge of Otago on WEDNESDAY, October 13,1897, at 7.30 p. m. J. A. KIRRY, Pt. Gr. Supt, W.M., Lodge Hiram, No. 46. S. T. BOLTON, W.M., Lodge Maori, No. IQS. DRUID ISM. TAGO LODGJO MEETING POSTPONFD _ to THURSDAY, 8 o'clock, European Hotel. By order, B. H. DANIELS, Sec GOVERNMENT NOTICES. TENDERS FOR MAIL SERVICE. (ENDER3 will ba received by the Chief Toitmaster, Dunedin, until noon on MONDAY, 18tb inst, for the CONVEYANCE of MAILS, as required, befween the Post Offioe, Railway Stations, and Wharves, Port Chalmers, from Ist November, 1897, to 31st December. 1893. ' Particulars mav be obtained from the Postmaster, Port Chalmers; or EDMUND COOK, Chief Postmaster, Dunedin. EOARP AND BFSU'ENCE. pOKBR'S FAMILY HOTEL, ' OHRISTOHUROH. Within One Minute of the Railway Station. JAMES HATFIELD,,PEOPBIBTOn. . Telephone 231. P.O. Box 291. >HENTLEMAN,requires Private Board and V3T Residence ; where no other boarders preferred. Address " Wellington," EVkNlnoStab. ACANOIKS for few Lady, Gentlemen Boarders; central, comfortably and moderate. Newington House, comer High and "Hope streets.BOARD and Residence. Ashley House, Rattray street (near Catholic Cathedral); terms moderate. Trams stop at door. F ADY and Gentleman de&ire Portion of l_J House, tmnishffd or unfurnished, north. end of town. Particulars and terms to " 0.F.," Stab Office. 71URNISHKD and Unfurnished Rooms To J Let (terms moderate); Beds, Is. Royal Boarding-house, Walker street. ELECTION NOTICES. CITY OF DUNEDIN ELECTORAL DISTRICT. JUbViO NOTICE IS HEREBY Glv-EN . that Mr HUGH GOURLEY, of Clarke Btreet, Dunedin, livery stablekeeper, Mr ALEXANDER SLIGO, of George street, Dunedin stationer, and Mr WILLIAM HUTCHISON, of Queen street, Dunedin, journalist, have been duly NOMINATED as CANDIDATES at the Election 'of One Member of the House of Representatives for the Eleotoral District of City of Dunedin, the POLL for which takes plaoe on WEDNESDAY, the 13th day of October, 1897, between the hours of 9 a.m. and 7 p.m. The following are the Polling Places for the Electoral. District of the City of Dunedin : The Garrison Hall r Dowling street (principal). The Mission Hall, Walker street, Dnnedin. • The Echoblliouse, High street, Dunedin. 'lhe Publio Library, Maclaggan street, Morningtpn. The Borough - Council Chambers, Morn- .'■ r ington. The Mission Hall, Kaikorai Valley, St. Albans. The Borough Council Chamber?, Roslyn. "■I lhe Borough Counoil Chambers, Maori Hill. , . Tho Schoolhonse, Pine HilL •: The Schoolhonse, North-east Valley. ■ The Borough Council Chambers, Northcast Valley. . . M'Cutcheon's Store, Beach street, Ravensbourne. . The Schoolhonse, George street, Dunedin. The Schoolhouse, Union street, Dunedin. The Schoolhonse, Albany street, Dunedin. The Normal School, Moray place, Dnnedin. , St. Joseph's Girls' School, Dowling Btreet, Dunedin." The Mission Hall, Arthur street, Dunedin. 1 JAMES TAYLOR, Returning Officer. Garrison Hall, Dunedin, Ootuber 12th, 1897.

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