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LATE ADVERTISEMENTS. ¥> AMBLER Bicyolea are built to ride, and At last for years. Show Rooms at J. and T. Christi .'e. Bates, Sise, and Co., general agents, Dunedin. GOAL.— ALL AN DALE COAL, THK BEST OTAGO GOAL. COAL of a very Superior Quality lg NOW BEING SUPPLIED by this Company. Sold bv all Coal Merchants. riHRESTIANS ARE WARNED againßt receiving the Dogmas as put forth at the City Hall on THURSDAY EVENING by one that has made tl era the study of many years. See Rev. ii., 2. Bible readings on the subject can be arranged. NOTE CHANGE-OF ADDRESS: J. WRIGHT, Jon., House, Sign, and Decorative Painter, has Moved into those New Premises built by him in Moray place, opposite Normal School, where his Customers and the Publio generally will find him ever read v to act up to his motto V " First-olass Workmanship and Materials at Reasonable Prices." T. J. WRIGHT, Jun., House, Sign, and Decorative Pamter, Moray plad?. FOR SALE, '. ' - ' ttf»AD, Residence of 8 rooms; ed by Mrs Urquhart (deceased) j in first-class condition. TO LET, ! . "VALLEY, House of eight rooms, in Mander's road,_ .just beside Gardens ; gas and all conveniences. KING STREET, Shop, with Dwelling; situated corner of Albany. Splendid stand for grocer or other trader. WANTED TO PURCHASE, HOUSE of 8 rooms; must bs in centre of City ; cash. GEO: M'CARTER, JuN., Accountant, Agent, and Collector, 79 Princes street. FOR SALE, a first-class RESTAURANT, POULTRY, and FISHMONGER'S BUSINESS, with a turn over of from £l3O to £l5O p/er week, with a splendid margin of profit. Principals only dealt with. Apply to Messes AYERS AND BEAUOHAMP, Auctijneers, Christchurch, N.Z. MONEY TO LEND. tAA-We have this sum in hand _ _ „ „ for investment, and are prepared to advance upon Freehold; Securities from 5 per cent.; also on Furniture» Pianos, Cattle, Horses, Life Policies, P.N.s, etc., at reduced rates. Correspondence Invited. BORDER AND CO., 90 Princes street, Dunedin, LECTURES. TABERNACLE, GREAT KING STREET. WEDNESDAY EVENING, November 10, At 8 o'clock. MR OHAS. WATT will Redeliver his Lantern lecture on 'Dr Nansen, the Arctic Hero.' Proceeds in aid of Sunday School Funds. 65 Beautiful Views. Adults, 6d; Children, 3d. BOARD AND RESIDENCE. |"iOKER'S FAMILY HOTEL CHRISTCHURCH. Within One Minute of the Railway Station. JAMES HATFIELD, Pbopbietob. Telephone 231. P.O. Box 291. LOST AND FOUND. LOST (South Dunedin), Overcoat; brass buttons ; name in lining. " Overcoat," Stab Office; expenses paid. 1 u&i 1 , uom isangie, between City and St. J_J Clair. Please return Wise and Co , booksellers, Princes street. " "ILL Person seen taking Boy's Serge . , Jacket from Graham street return same at once. Lean, confectioaer. FOUND, _ Professor Elston, Phrenologist, conscientiously Delineates Charaoter, morning, afternoon, evening, 118 George street. Remains open Tuesday. FOUND, the best place to get your Umbrellas Re-covered and Repaired is at MartinelU's, George street. l xattereail Hotel (late Red Lion); Best Liquors kept, and good Billiard Table. Fred Carter, proprietor. ____ MEETINGS. NATIONAL FIRE AND MARINE INSURANCE COMPANY OF NEW ZEALAND, "VTOTIOE IS HERKBY GIVEN, that in JJI terms of the. Articles of Association, the ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING will beheld in the Offices, Rattray Btreet, Dun« edin, on THURSDAY, 18th November, at 3 p.m. Business: . To receive the Directors' Report and Balanoesheet for the 12 months ended 30th September, 1897 J the Election of Three Directors and Two Auditors Proxies must be in writing and lodged at the Registered Office of the Company 24 hours before date of meeting. The SH\RE REGISTER will be CLOSED for TRANSFERS from 28th OCTOBER till 18th NOVEMBER. HENRY E. WILLIAMS, General Manager. Dunedin, 20th October, 1897. ENGINEERS' STRIKE—LOCK-OUT ! AT HOME. AMASS MEETING will be held in Agricultural Hall TO-MORROW (Sunday), at 3 o'clock. ADDRESS will be delivered by Alderma BEN TILLETT. COLLECTION will bo'made in aid of the BRITISH ENGINEERS' LOCK-OUT FUND. All Unionists and Sympathisers are invited to attend. R. C. WILSON\ a , . R. FARRANT /Secretaries. M.U.I.O.O.F.—LOYAL HAND AND HEART LODGE. ON ACCOUNT OP TUESDAY being the Prince of Wales's Birthday the Meeting of the above Lodge will be held on MONDAY, the Bth November, at 8.15, when an Open Night will be held, at which a Lecture will be given by P.G. Munro on 'Rudyard Kipling.' Members and Lady Friends are cordially invited. W. HORNE, N.G. COURT ENTERPRISE, A.OtF. EMBERS of Court Enterprise, A.0.F., L are reminded that, in consequence of the usual fortnightly meeting falling on a holiday (9th Novomber), the Meeting will take plaoe on TUESDAY, the 16th inst. WM. WOODLAND, Secretary. GOVERNMENT NOTICES.* "THE LAND TAX AND INCOME TAX ACT, 1897." Land and Income Tax Office, Wellington, sth November, 1897. 3Y ORDER-IN-COUNCIL, made and issued by His Excellency the Governor-in-Council on the 25th day of October, 1897, under the authority of the above Act, it was determined that the respective duties by way of land tax, and of further graduated land tax,' leviable under the said Act should be paid in one sum on FRIDAY, the 26th day of November, 1897, at the office of the Oommisßioner of Taxes, Government Buildings, Wellington; and. in accordance with such Order-ln-CounoiL ■ I hereby give notice that the said duties will be payable accordingly. JOHN M'GOWAN, . Commissioner of Taxes. ■" NEWZELAIiAND RAILWAYS. ;-,<j£r TAIERI A. AND P. SHOW. ..TUESDAY, 16th NOVEMBER, 1897. hHE Evening Train to Clinton will not leave J . Dunedin until 5.16 p.m. ..' The Evening Outram Branch Train will not I leave Mosgiel until 6.15 p.m.. - The Evening Lawrenoe Branch Train will not , leave MiUoR. until 8-1Q p^r ■ '■"■■' x By Order.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4, Issue 10464, 6 November 1897

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 Issue 10464, 6 November 1897

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