p MINING NOTES. .' After the Jupiter deposit of- £IOO is paid in .connection witnltne sale bftheKuaotunamina •local shareholders will receive IP,1)00 fully paid-up shares in the K^nai-Veimont,Company, being at the/fate of 'one Kapai-Vefindnt share for eVery ■ four ; Jupiter shares held; • ' ’ ' _ The Dunedin Stock JExchanga report the followJ?K i (l^e 9,^ ns ?' eturn: “Do lden Crown, Boz-15dwt.-Golden Treasure did not wash up. ..- , V v : . • ■ • The' -Molyheux Hydraulic.'dredge’s return for last. weet jvas; .dredge-was stopped. for a day and ia-h’alf bni account of the rise in the river.—’ Dunstan Times.-: ■ The Hound Hill mining returns for- the-month of. October; £702. , ■ ' [ , I'bsf OFMC® NOTipEB. : r r . Mails close at the Chief Post Office, Dunedin (subject ,tq any necessary alterations), as under ; . .Overland, .North, ’daily,' 10.30 aim. Late letters, marl vab; 11 a'.m. ■ - ; ''•-• Tuesday; November a ■ •. . - ■ For Lyttelton, ■. Christchurch; - and Northern ports.—Per Waihora, at 1.30.p.m; ■ Late letters. Port train, at 2.30 p.ml' v >!' • ’ Thorshay,/November 4s i v -, • i.Fpr Lyttelton.-Ch'ristchurch,' Northern Ports, .and Australian Colonies (except Tasmania).—Per Manapouri, at 1 p.m. ■ * ■ - •. Friday, November 5. For Lyttelton, -Christchurch, and Northern Porls,r-Pec (Rotorua,%at 2 p.m. . . "Saturday,.November.C. ■ ; For" Sydney direct.—Per Monowai, at 1.39 p.m. Late letters; Port-train, at 2.30 p.m. - • ..XSigiied).' Edm.- COok, Chief Postmaster. .' Chief Post Office, November 1,1897. ; THE THROUGH TBAINS. . • Passengers This bay. i, JPimw-. Dunedir for the north.—For ■ Christ-, church:- Miss-.Ross, Mr F; Calvert; Mr and Mrs \V. A. Shields, Mr’ R. D. Miller, Rev. J. N. ‘ Buttle, Mr R. Slater,' Mrs Harman,.'.Mr. H. Har-’ man, -• For Timam: Mr.’A; W. Morris, jun. r Mr G. Crow, Mr John Buchanan. ■ 1 - • For Ddked’in from; the- South, —Mr aud Mrs J. Paterson and family, Mrs J. Smith, Mr A. M’Gill, Mr W. Vickers, Mr D. J. Evans, Mr A. M Donald, Miss Robertson, Mr 6. Howell, Miss M. Brown, Mr T. M’Math, Mr H. Sargeant, Captain Craddock, Mrs D. Brown and son, Mr J. M Queen, Rev. A. Mac Donald, Rev. D. Rome, Mr J. Johnston, Mr R. M’Robie, and Dr Copland. From Dunedih for thr Sooth.— Misses Thomson (2),, Miss Porteous, Misses Roach (2), Miss Corron, Miss .Muirhead, Mr A. Christie. Mr S. Carr, Mrs Blakney, Mr VV. J. Meek,* Miss Taylor. LATE ADVERTISEMENTS. ■ EVERY DAY NOW. AT (under the Horseshoe) FRESH NOVELTIES WILL BE OPENED. You Should See Them. NO ONE'ASKED TO BUY. WE DON’T Propose to insult your intelligence by claiming that WE SELL BOOTS 50 PER CENT. Cheaper than anyone else in the trade. Wo do state, OYER OUR OWN SIGNATURE, that (quality considered) we offer you the BEST VALUE money can buy. Every pair of BOOTS and SHOES in our immense stock IS AS REPRESENTED, and are such as we have NO. HESITATION in offering to OUR BEST Customers. SEE AND BELIEVE. CITY BOOT PALACE, George and St. Andrew streets. J. M’KAY. TIRED AND LOW-SPIRITED. MR R. MACANSH, of Murrumburrab, N.S.W., writes“ For two years I suffered intense pain in the chest after eating, and sickness after meals was a common occurrence with me. I was induced to try LOASBY’S WAHOO, and now you may add my name to the list of -former dyspeptics who have b en completely cured by your wonderful remedy,” LOASBY’S WAHOO, price 2s 6d everywhere. Wholesale, K.P. and Co.’s N.Z.Drng Co. FOR New Sailor Hats, trimmed French and English, millinery, Straws, Flowers, and Feathers see Mrs Gill’s. FINEST stock of Kid and Fabrio Gloves ever shown ; new. Fall Nets,. Laces, Styliah Collarettae.. ’, : T EADING styles in Blouses,. Infants’ and 'I -i .Children’s MilHnerv, new Sunbonneta; see windows.. At Mrs Gill’s. . ■ TIGER Teas are the only Teas we know to’ make man happy and to keep him so. WANTED To Rent, Shop and Dwelling, in town or suburbs ; good tenant. Helmore and Brown, 35 Princes street. . WANTED, Furnished House for a term; careful family. Particulars to Helmore and Brown. 95 Princes street. ’ WANTED, first-class General Servant for Covent Garden. 20 George street. WANTED, competent Gardener who understands his work thoroughly; liberal wages; references required. R. Brew, High street.’ WANTED, a Situation by a steady, reliable young Man accustomed to horses. “ Anxious,” Star Office. WANTED, young Ladies to take Lessons at Columbia Dress-cutting School; the act of dressmaking taught in a few lessons. Principal, Mrs Williams, Ross’s Buildings. WANTED, a kind, motherly Person to Adopt a Baby Boy, one year old; small premium given, or state terms. Address “Adoption," Evening Star Office, Dunedin. WANTED To Buy, » Three og Fontroomed House. . Wiih terms, address “ House,” Star Office. ANTED, experienced Generals (town, » v country), Housemaid. Particulars Miss Laing, Moray place. WANTED, a Person for plain sewing, by the week; machinist preferred. Address “ Neat,” General Post Office. WANTED To Sell, Bicycle, light roadster, in good order; £8 cash ; bargain. Address “Bike,” STAR Office. WANTED To Buy, Boy's Sporran, Belts, and Buckles ; must be cheap. Address A.X.," Star Office. WANTED, Wheelbarrow. State price to “ Wheelbarrow, 1 ' Star Office. WANTED, intelligent Youth, about 16, for retail store. Apply by letter, “City,” Star Office. W ANTED, a smart Boy for shop. Wardell Bros! and Co. . W Office. ANTED, kind Person to Adopt Bj Boy; small premium. “L.J.,” S' WANTED, a Two-roomed Cottage by Single Man; central preferred; sta rent. Address “ Reasonable,” STAB Office. WANTED, a Groom and Coachman. Apply Thomas Power, Livery Stables, Maolaggan street. WANTED, experienced General Servant, . for suburb ; references pood wages. Apply this evening between 7 and 9 to Mrs D. R. White, George street. "ANTED To Purchase, Section in Selkirk or Melrose. Send particulars Sievwright Bros, and Co., High street. CARPENTER Wanted. Apply Geo. Clark, builder. Princes street; or, after 5 p.m., at Park street, Kensington. PLUMBER Wanted, new building. Prerton crescent, Belleknowes. R. Driver, contractor. BARRATT, Stuart street, wants Generals (town, 12s 6d), Generals (country, 15s, 17« 6d), Dairymaids (12s), Farm Hands, Milkers 12s). BAKER wishes Situation, town Or country ; reference if required. Address “98,” Star Office. _■ T"UNFURNISHED Boom with use of kitchen, vJ -■ or Two-roomed Cottage, required. “Apartments.” Stab Office. ■ TENDERS Invited till Saturday, 6th inst., ; . for Painting,. Plumbing, and Building Chimneys for House in Upper Dowling street. J. Blaikie, builder. , LADY who- arranged meet Gentleman ten minutes later, meet same corner Tuesday, 8.30,. punctual. . MONEY* Lent (small or large sntns), J lory; Pianos; personal, any seei R. M. Marks,. George street. y.iIICER Teas.-—"Wo cainnbi make youg JL but we can make you feel good. E Tiger Teas. ■ "-■■■ ' ■ LOASBY’S- “ Wahoo,” the unrivalled *h< remedy for, all stomach, liver, and kh complaints; 2a 6d. Chemists. Grocers. HAS LEM ERE Tea, the finest quality Ce - Tea imported into the Colony; tr D. G. Sbepherd. FOS SALE, Cheap, splendid Watc (Newfoundland and St. Bernard). A H, Holmeaj N.E. Valley.
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