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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4, Issue 10467, 10 November 1897
ri i t y FRIDAY, NOVSMBKR 12th, at 8 p.m. . MUSICAL AND DRAMATIC ENTERTAINMENT In Aid of the SACRED HEART SCHOOL, NORTH-BAST VALLEY. Vocal Items by Misses Bose and Kitty Blaney, Staunton, Pupils of the Sacred Heart School, Messrs Jago and 0. FottrelL Instrumental Items by Misses Liston, Lawrence, Mr J. H. Coombs, and Grand Orchestra. To conclude with * Frank's Military Experiences,'a tragedy, by Pupils of the Sacred Heart School. Conductor, Mr A. F. Robertßhaw; Accompanist, Miss Moloney. Front Seats and Gallery, Two Shillings; Back Seats, One Shilling. - Of AGO AKT SOCIETY. IHE ANNUAL EXHIBITION of WORKS by Members now OPEN DAILY in the Choral Hall, Moray p ace, from 10 a.m. to 6.30 p.m., and from 7.30 to 10 in the evening. Admispion, Is. Catalogues, 6d. Tickets in the Art Union, 2s 6J each. JOHN H. SCOTT, Hon. Secretary. • BOARD AND BFSIOENOE. riOKBR'S FAMILY HOTEL ' CHRISTOHURCH. Within One Minute of the Railway Station. JAMES HATFIELD, Proprietor, Telephone 231. P.O. Box 291. TAIERt MOUTH, Purakanu', Warrington, Waitati, or Broad Bay.—Wanted, Accommodation for Lady and Three Daughters, Xmas and New Year. "Hc.meh,"&TAH Office. i J good table. Apply Mrs Mouritzen, St. David street. OARD Wanted for young Woman in re- . spectable, quiet home, near Dunedin. Reply immediately, with full particulars, " Private," Stab Office. COMFORTABLE Home offered to elderly Person in return for light household services. " Home," Stak Office. ACANCY for Two Gentlemen Boarders Address Mrs R. Smith, Moray place ELECTION NOTICES. OHY MAYORALTY. COUNCILLOR HARDY will Address the -' Ratepayers in the Ci'y Hall on TUESDAY, November 16tb, at 8 p m. G. P. FARQUHAn, Esq., in the chair. LOST AKD FOUND. OST, Monday night, St. Clair car, Purse _i containing money ("Amy" outside). Finder return Muhooney, tobacconist, Stafford street. LOST; on Monday last, a Purse with money, ' between Maitland street and High street School; reward. Apply T. Millea, Maitland street. LOST (Monday), Fox-tenier Pup. Kindly return Scotia Hotel. LOST, between George and Grey streets. Port Chalmers, Macintosh Capo. Reward leaving at DaleV. grocer. LOST, between Morningtoa and Octagon, small portion 1 ady's Gold Onain. Finder ploa»e return to G. and T. Young, Princes street. -| f|S Reward.— Lost, between Waitati and _L\f Omimi, Brown and-white Setter Dog. Finder rewarded on returning Mr Brown, Seacliff, or W. Skitch, Walker street. FOLLOWED me home, Fox-terrier, about year old, with black ears; owner can have same by paying expenses. J. O. Kettle, Royal Exobange Assurance. POUND, Tattereall Hotel (late Red Lion); Best Liquors kept, anf. good Billiard Table. Fred Carter, proprietor. MjBETINGS. NOTICE OF MEETING. THE COMMERCIAL PROPERTY AND FINANCE COMPANY, LIMITED. IBE EIGHTEENTH ORDINARY GENE- . RAL MEETING of the Company will be held, in the Choral Hall (lower room) on THURSDAY, the 11th dav of November, 1897, at 8 p.m. Business : To receive Directors' Report and Statement of Accounts ; the Election of Directors and Auditors; and the transaction of the general business of the Company. By order of the Board. A. HERDMAN, Manager. The Transfer Books of the Company will be CLOSED from this date till 12th prox. Dunedin, 29th October, 189 T. THE MESSAGE. IROM THE LORD JESUS CHRIST TO ALL CHRISTIAN PEOPLE Calling upon them To Prepare for His Appearing, and warning thkm op The Approaching Great Tribuiation, Will again be delivered in this City By An Evangelist of the Catholic Apostolic Church In the CITY HALL, DOWLING STREET. .TO-MORROW (THURSDAY) EVENING, NOVEMBER 11th. Second Subject: \ The Approachicg Judgments of God upon Christendom, and the Gathering of a First Fruits of the Church that they may Escape these. Doors open at 7.30. Address at 8 o'c'.ook. Free Admission. KAIKORAI BRASS BAND. IHE QUARTERLY MEETING of the . Band will bo held after practice TOMORROW (Thursday) EVENING. Business of importance. Every member requested to attend. J. WILSON, Hon. Sec SHIPPING. CHRISTCHUROH CARNIVAL WEEK. SHOW AND RACES. EXCURSION TICKETS TO U LYTTELTON. Per WAEKARE, from Dunedin Wharf, on THURSDAY, 11th November. Available for Return from Ly ttelton by Te Anau, Wednesday, 10th; Wakatipu, Friday, 12th ; Mararoa, Saturday, 13th; Botorua, Wednesday, 17th; Monowai, Friday, 19th; or Anglian, Saturday, 20th November. SALOON (Betmn Fare) ... ... 25s HUDDART, PARKER PROPRIETARY . CO., LIMITED UNION STEAM SHIP COMPANY OF NEW ZEALAND, LIMITED AUCTIONS. SATURDAY, 13th NOVEMBER, At 11. o'clock. WAt Horse Saleyard. RIGHT, STEPHENSON, AND, CO. ■will sell by auction, Theboothß, fruit stalls, stabling, right to charge admission, public stand, eta, in connection with Dunedin Jockey Club'*, spring meeting.
Page 3 Advertisements Column 4, Issue 10467, 10 November 1897
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