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AMUSEMENTS. e.^*:■_-.. SATURDAY, > For the Benefit of . THK KAIKORAI BRASS BAND, Previous to their starting for Pamaru to take part in the Great Contest there. THE OHALLKNGE PIECES THE CONTEST PIECES By the KAIKORAI BAND. A REGULAR FIX and SHAMUS O'BRIEN By the ALBEKT LUCAS COMPANY. . Popular Prices: Is 6d, Is, 6d. Buy your Tickets early, and avoid the crush at the doors. KNOX CHURCH.' CONVERSAZIONE to Celebrate the . Twenty-first Anniversary of the Opening of the New Church and to Entertain the Members of the Synod of Otago and Southland will be held in the Agricultural Hall TO-MORROW (FRIDAY), 29th inst., at 7 o'clock. Tickets (Is each) may be had at Fergusson and Mitchell's, Wise ana Co.'s, Wilkie and Co.'s. Princes street; Irvine and Stevenson's and Bible Depot, George street; W. Wright's, King street; A. and J. M'Farlane's, Itlaclaggan street and Princes street; Wood's, Rattray street; and from the Office bearers. - - ■ , SHIPPING. CHRISTCHUROFJ CARNIVAL WEEK. SHOW AND R4.CES. IHEAP EXCURSION TICKET 3 TO J LYTTELTON. Per WESTRALIA. from Dunedin Wharf, on MONDAY, Bth November, And WAIKARE, WEDNESDAY, IOtH November. Available for Retnrn from Lvttelton by Te Anau, Wednesday, 10th; Wakatipu, Friday, 12th; Mararoa, Saturday, 13 th; Flora, Wednesday, 17th; Monowa'i, Friday, 19th; or Anglian, Saturday, 20th November. SALOON (Return Fare) 25/ HUDDART, PARKER PROPRIETARY CO., LIMITED /NRTTT. ATjn fin T.flUlTll!T> k„„„t„\ UNION STEAM SHIP COMPANY OF NEW ZEALAND, LIMITED. MEETINGS. PRESBYTEFIAN SYNOD. :R PRESBYTERIAN SYNOD meets _ THIS EVENING, at 7 o'clock, in First Church. . ~ . Business: Consideration of Report of Union tinued)THE COOLGARDIE MAORI GOLD MINING COMPANY, Ltd. Capital £2,500, in 103 Shares of £25 each. . MEETING of all those interested in eatable lishing a Syndicate in the above will be held in the City Hotel on FRIDAY EVENING, 29th inst., at 8 o'clock. Prospectuses ma? be had on application to T. S. GRAHAM, 73 Princes street. BOARD AND BFSIDENCE. nOKBE'S FAMILY HOTEL, CHRISTOHURCH. Within One Minute of tho Railway Station. JAMES HATFIELD, Peofbietob. Telephone 231. P.O. Box 291. WANTED, by young Lady, comfortable Home, about 10 minutes from Post Be. Address"* stating terms, to "Permanent," Evening Stab Office. TO LET. AORI HILL. -To Let, 3-roomed Cottage; . range and register; asphalt paths. Bost Office Store. TO LET, Stafford street, commodious Stores, with large cellars, offices, lift; presently occupied by Greig, Willcocks, and Co. Apply Trustees, Kxecutors, and Agency Companv. TO LET, George street, near Knox Church, superior Seven-roomed Houbp ; batb.no n (high pressure); 21s per week. Burton and Patterson, 107 Princes street. TO LET, Shop and Dwelling; every convenience. Apply Mrs Morrison, Leith street (near St. Andrew street). TO LET, Two-roomed Cottage, with or without ground. Apply H. Skey, Leith Valley. TO LET, Castle street (near Gardens), Sixroomed Houße; bath, hot and cold water, next door. Apply Butler r■ iO LET, 9-roomed Georgo Btr*et M. north ; low rent. Fred sinitk, Dunedin Savings Bank. N ~ - Savings Bank. "woe, JAUS&t?!! BbrtWlr Jv ... Fred Smith, Dunedin TO LET, a Four-roomed Cottage, Clerk street. North-east Valley. Apply Mrs White, Clerk Btreet. ouse (new), "Walker _L street; every convenience. Apply F. Meenan, Cumberland street. vj jj&i, uampoeu Btreet, Mormrgton, . very nice 5-roomed House, with bath and conveniences; near Belt; 12s 6d. John Reid and Sons. TO LET (London street), 7-roomed House; bath, etc.; 15s. John Reid and Sons. TO LET, BUILDING LEASE, Two Quarter acre Sections (separate), Lees street. FRED SMITH. Church Factor, Dunedin Savings Bank. LOST AND FOUND. MUTUAL LIFE ASSOCIATION OF AUSTRALASIA. Head Office for New Zealand: Wellington. LOST POLICY. * PPLIOATION having been made to me . under Section 28 of the " Life Assurance Policies Aot. 188*," for the Issue of a Copy of the POLICY on the life of WILLIAM HENRY ANTHONY FITZPATRIOK, of Dunedin, numbered 31,159 in the books of the Mutual Life Association of Australasia, I hereby give notice that I shall ißßue a copy as requested unless notice be lodged forbidding the same on or before the 25th day of November, 1897. Dated at Wellington this 22nd day of Ootober, 1897. R. D. MILLER, Actuary. OST, Two Geose, Wednesday night; finder J rewarded. Return Mrs Coxbn, Anderson Bay road. OST, Gardens, Gold Shield Pin. Return I Cox's Temperance Hotel ; reward. LOST, from Abbotshill, Abbotsford, on the 27th inßt., a large, Red Cow, in full milk; finder of same handsomely rewarded. W. L. Thomson. LOST, between Manse street and St. Clair, a . Paoket of Shilling Tiokets. Reward returning Tram Office. LOST, a Ked Purse, containing money, Tuesday evening, opposite ' Workman' Office; reward. ' Address ' Workman' Office. i uioan; tartan ruchmi rJ. Manse, High street. LOST, Bear Boa, between George street north and Howe street via Dundas and King Btreets; reward. D.1.C., high street. OST (yesterday>, Lady's Watch and Chain. J Reward on returning to C. Eastabrook, jeweller. Princes street. PUBLIC NOTICES. MONTEITH. Montejth. Monteith. - Ladies, for fit, wear, and appearance, no Bad Glove equals the "Monteith." Every pair guaranteed.' RECORD Rain. - Economise by usinu Lethaby's Umbrellas to keep yourselves dry; grand display of, Ladies'and Gents' Umbrellas; see our windows. Carriage Umbrellas. 10s 6d. Lethaby, umbrella manufacturer. 61 Princes street.-- - T ETHABYB Priw List. -Strong Italian jJU Cloth from 2s 6d; Satin de chlnt lUta? '<*"?■«•_«. per pajr. L|thaby, tanbrella- ; maker, Princes: street.V - MONEY TO' £ff O AOft? r «. ***< tl >k earn in hand *■> « Vf\*\F ;dtn mveataent, and are preparedto a&ance, upon. Freehold Securities worn Sk per cent.; also on Furniture, Piaaaa, Cattle, Soraes, life Policies, P.N.a, etc, at redncod rates. Correspondence Invited. f HOBDER AND CO.,

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3, Issue 10456, 28 October 1897

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 Issue 10456, 28 October 1897

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