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AMUSEMENTS., . - . . r .. ;';■,: r- SOCIETY. IHE ANNUAL INHIBITION 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 7.3*0 to 10 in the evening. r •_ Admission, Is. Catalo£uPS| 6d. Tickets iii the Aft' Union, ?.i6l each. ■ " every evening. JOHN H. SCOTT, Hon. Secretary. PUBLIU NOTICES. »IGER Teas are the only Teas we know to make man happy and to keep him to. TIGER TEAS.-To make your little enters talnment a success you must provide Tiger LOOK !—Grocers are now keeping Speigl t Bottled Ale and Stout. I OASBY'S " Waboo," the unrivalled herbal * * remedy for all stomach, liver, and kidney plaints ;2s 61. Ohe.mUto, Grocers. DRESSMAKING, 9/6, Or Complete, with all Linings and Furuishir gs 15s. ALTERNATIVE TENDERS are invited until 2 p.m. of MONDAY, 29th iro-t, for the ERECTION OF WOOD A*D IKON (or Crick) WORKSHOPS, S OK v H, AND OFFICES at J'ort Chalmers for tho Union Steam Ship Company o? New Z aUurt, Limited. JAMES HISLOP, Dowling street. Architect. "VTOTIOE.-'Thc Catalan Kair Ren.-w.-r " i--I*l put rp in blue bottler, with Catalan Hair Rene*er blown in the g'a<s. The Proprietors have been led to adopt thii course for the prottction of their custo i irs from wtrthhss a-.d dangerous imitations and sub-litute.°. Colonial Agents: B Bagley aud Son, chemists, 134- George street, Dunedin. Restores (>rey or F.,Hed Ilairj withoutdyeing, promotes Luxuriant Growth ; delightfully perfumed. 2j bottles. DUNEDIS SPRANG MEETING. 1 PPLICATION3, in writing only, for GATFMEN for above Meeting will be received until 4 p.m. on THQRSDA.Y, 18th. SYDNEY JAMES, Secretary. FOR SALE, REGENT ROAD. Rebidence of 8 rooms; / lately occupied by Mrs Uquhart (deceased) ; in first-clars condition. TO LET, N.E. VALLEY, House of eight rooms, in Mandcr's road, just beside Gardens ; gas and oil cmroniencet). KING STRKhT, f-hop. with Dwelling; situated corner of Albany. Splendid stand for grocer or other trader. WANTED TO PUKCHA-E, HOUSE of 8 rooms; must be in centre of City; cash. GEO. M'CARTER, Jun., Accountant, Agent, and Collector, 79 Princes street. BOARD AND BFSUENCE. nOKSR'B FAMILY HOTEL OHRTSTOHURCH. Within One Minute of the Railway Station. JAMES HATFIELD, Pi'.orntirroß. Telephone 231. P.O. Box 291. LYNDHURST House, Moray place.—Firstclass Board and Residence; central, moderate. Mrs Collins (lato Waikaia), proprietress. PORTABLE Lodging for Two Friends, J quiet home; bath, pia:.o; tenns very moderate. Address " Home," Star Office. YOUNG Man wants comfortable Home, private family; no other boarders preferred ; state terms. ' "Private," Star' Office. T l GUEI\s, Port Mdyneux,—Seaside Ac- » I commodatiou aj Mrs Campbell's; bathing, shooting, etc. Trap meets pasjetgers Romahapa Station, ELECTION NOTICES. TO L. KtiMNHZ, ESQ. >EAR SIR.-We, the uudersigned Ratepayers of the Borough of Roth n, beg to request that you will allow yourself to"be Nominated for the position of Mayor for the ensuing year. —Yours faithfully, EDWARD ROBERTS H. W. BARON P. GOYEN GEO. WARD J. W. AULD And a large number of other Ratepayers. LADIES AND GENTLEMFN,-- I beg to thank you mott sincerely for this expression of confidence, and, al: hough I would nt have contested tho position ou my own initiative, I am tlut for various reosjus a strong feeling exists that I should agnin ocoupy the mayoral chair, and I have, therefore, very much pleasure in placing my services at your disposal. —Yours, obediently, I. KEMNITZ. CITY MAYORALTY. yTR E. B. CARGILL will be pleased to •>-*- ADDRESS the RATEPAYERS in the City Hall, Dowling street, THIS (Monday) EVENING, the 15th inst., at 8 o'clock. E. A. COO AN \„ _ , . J. M.SANDEMAN/ Hon - Secretaries. CT'.Y MAYORALTY. HARDY will Address tLe Ratepayers in the Ci'y Hall on TUEf • DAY, November 16th, at 8 p m. O. P. Farquhar, Esq., in the chair. TO LET. TO LET, 4-rocmed Cottage (brick), Leith street, near Hanover street; every convenience. Apply next Grange Hotel. TO LET, "Manola," Cargill street. 7 rooms ; bith, waehhouse, gas. A. Clulee, Benevolent Office, Moray place. LET (Heriot row), Six-roomed House • and Burton and Patterson, 107 Princes street. TO LET, Shop and Dwelling, opposite Albiny street Po3t Office: suitable for grocery business. £pply Commercial Property and Finance Company, Limited. Moray place. O LET, Four-roomed Cottage, with or I without stable. Apply Scotia Hotel. FTIO L* T, five minutes from Post Office, new »_ 7-roomed House; also, 12-roomed. H. F. irdy. * TO LET, Mrs Cossens's lovely Villa, in Macandrew road; 7 rooms ; bath, hot and cold water; i-acre land. John Reid and Sons. O LET, 7-roomcd House, Cargill street; washhouse, copper. A. Clulee, Benevolent Office, Moray place. TO LET, 5-roomed House (new), Walker street; every convenience. Apply F. Meenan, Cumberland street. TO LET (London street), 7-roomed House; bath, etc.; 15s. John Reid and Sons. LOST AND FOITWO. LOST, on Saturday, Brown-and-white Spaniel Dog; finder rewarded. A. Chiaroni, 70 Princes street. LOST, Cock Pheasant. Reward returning to Mrs Stewart, Cumberland street (near Frederick street). » LOST, Coarse-haired Irish Terrier; reward. Morrow, Bassett, and Company. LOST, on Thursday afternoon, a Pink-and-grey Tarrot. Reward on returning Mrs Fleury, Smith street, Caversham. LOST, Black-and-white Collie Slut Puppy, last week; reward. "Wood, baker, Cumberland street. I ObT, between St. Kilda and .North-east J Valley, Gold Locket, containing portraits. Kindly leave With Lilly, jeweller, George street. and Tattersall's Hotel, Stafford street; reward. Return Tattersall'B Hotel. Wr \*P Been tsHng-Umbrella from Inglis it Boot Department Saturday night kindly return, save further trouble. Stafford etreet. Fred Carter, proprietor.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 7, Issue 10471, 15 November 1897

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 7 Issue 10471, 15 November 1897

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