EDUCATIONAL. OTAGO EDITCATION BOARD. TEACHERS' SALARIES for December will be Payable at tho various Branches of the Bank of New Zealand on WEDNESDAY, 16 th December. The Board’s Offices will be CLOSED at 1 o’clock on SATURDAY, 19th December, and will be REOPENED on MONDAY, 11 Ih January, 1915. S. M. PARK, Secretary. Education Office, Dunedin, 12tb December, 1914. PRESBYTERIAN COLLEGE FOR YOUNG LADIES, AUCKLAND NEW ZEALAND. LADY PRINCIPAL. Salary to commence, £550 per annum, with Board and Residence. Applications arc invited for the abovenamed Position from Graduates in Arts or Science of a British or Colonial University. Candidates must have bad not less than 5 years’ experience in teaching and not less than 3 years’ teaching in a secondary school for young ladies, must not exceed 40 years of age, and must be members in full communion with the Presbyterian Church. The successful applicant will be required to produce a medical certificate of health, and will bo expected to begin duty on FEBRUARY Ist, 1915, or as soon thereafter as possible. Applications, with accompanying testimonials, will be received up to DECEMBER 31st,-1914, by JAMES ROBERTSON, 22 Union Buildings, Customs street, Auckland, N.Z. MEETINGS. THE SOUTHERN STARR-BOWKETT SOCIETY. A MEETING OP MEMBERS of the above ill Society will bo held at the Society’s Registered Office, Dispensary Building, corner Princes street and Moray place, Dunedin, on MONDAY, 14th December, 1914, at 8 o’clock p.m., to Dispose of the following Appropriations: GROUP No. 1: 273 rd Appropriation of £SOO by Ballot. GROUP No. 2: 70th Appropriation of £SOO by Sale. 71st Appropriation of £SOO by Ballot. By order of the Board. W. E. C. REID, Secretary. GOLD MINING IN PERU. A MEETING OF MINING INVESTORS and OTHERS' will be held in the Stock Exchange Call Room on MONDAY, at 4 p.m., to MEET Major B. G. DAVIDSON, who has just returned from Peru, where ho has Discovered a NEW FIELD, which appears to be remarkably RICH IN QUARTZ AND ALLUVIAL GOLD. It is proposed to FORM A SYNDICATE to investigate this now field. Further particulars from HARMAN BEEVES, 132 High street. DUNEDIN STARR-BOWKETT BUILDING SOCIETY. Registered Office, 12 Octagon, Dunedin. A MEETING OF SHAREHOLDERS will be held in the Oddfellows’ Hall, Stuart street, Dunedin, on WEDNESDAY, 16lh December, 1914. at 8 p.m., to DISPOSE OF the following APPROPRIATIONS;— No. 2 GROUP. 137 th of £SOO by Ballot. No. 3 GROUP. 33rd of £SOO by Ballot. Attention is drawn to Rule 44. A FEW SHARES in No. 3 Group available, and may bo taken up to participate in above Ballot. J. A. HOPCRAFT, Secretary. THE OTAGO MUTUAL STARR-BOWKETT SOCIETY. TWO APPROPRIATIONS of £SOO each (£SOO Free, £SOO Sale) will bo DISPOSED OF at the Secretary’s Office, 219 Cumberland street, on THURSDAY, 17th inst., at 8 p.m. Members in arrears do not participate. All pass books to be left for annual audit. Shares In No. 2 Group arc being received. H. F. M. MERCER, Secretary. TENDERS. THE DUNEDIN DRAINAGE AND SEWERAGE BOARD. TO PLUMBERS AND DRAINERS. CONTRACT No. A-188; DRAIN-IN-COMMON, Duncan and Arthur streets. CONTRACT No. A-189: DRATN-IN-COMMON, Richardson and Hardy streets. CONTRACT No. A-191: DRAIN-INCOMMON, Cultcn and Driver streets (Jackson). CONTRACT No. A-192: DRAIN-TN -COM MON, bitten and Driver streets (Smith) CONTRACT No. A-193; DR AIN-T N- COM MON, Comhill street and Right-of-way. TENDERS arc invited for the above, returnable up to 4 p.m. on TUESDAY, Isth inst., to tho Secretary, Hallenstein’s Buildings, Octagon, Dunedin, whore plans and specifications may bo seen and forms of tender obtained. Deposit: Marked cheque for £5, £2, £3, £3. and £5 respectively. Tlie lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted. A. SLINGER, Drainage Engineer. 11th December, 1914. LOST AND FOUND. LOST, Overcoat, hansom cab, between town and Roslyn, Wednesday; reward. Reilly, cab rank, or 53 M’Bride street. LOST, Gold Brooch (keepsake), between Dowling street and Post Office, Thursday night; reward. 94 Queen’s Drive, Musselburgh. LOSTj Southern Cross Brooch, between Bay View road and Stuart street, Friday. Return Keddell and Co.; reward. LOST, Fountain Pen (Schanf). Finder kindly return to ‘ Otago Daily Times ’ Office; reward. LOST, Black Scarf, Coronation Hail, St. Kilda. Finder kindly return 358 King Edward street, South Dunedin. LOST (Mornington, Glen road), Lady’s White Shoe; reward. Cunningham, butcher. LOST, Three-bar Gold Brooch, between London street, Moray place; reward. G. and T. Young, jewellers, Princes street. Pet Dog. Apply Plaza Pictures. Lost, in Anderson’s Bay, on Friday evening, Black Pomeranian Dog, with sable-and-vdiito marks. Finder kindly return to Mrs Todd Smith, Silver Acres, Anderson’s Bay; reward. Lost, child’* Black Slipper, between Clyde and Dundns streets. Finder please return Selwyn Colleger LOST (this morning, Morning trarasheds or in car), Purse, containing money. Reward returning Car Sheds. PORT CHALMERS Carnival.—Lost, 2-bar Gold Brooch (ruby centre); reward. ’Star’ Office, Port Chalmers. T7IODND, during week, Black-and-white JD Spaniel Dog. Communicate immediately Maori Hill P.O. BOARD AND RESIDENCE. JACKSON’S Private Hotel, Dowling street, Dinner 12 till 2; Tea, 5 to 7; Socials and Parties catered for; committee room. First-class Accommodation Visitors. GLADSTONE HOUSE, Moray place (’phone 2,130).—8e5t Accommodation visitors; personal supervision. Moss and M'Pheison. B~ OARD and Residence Wanted by Two Young Men; handy to G.P.O. “ T. 8.,” 'Star/ ANTED Known—That Bdheads, CirV V oulars, Cards, Programmes, and Gene, ral Printing of every description are executed at the ‘ Evening Star Office at Moderate | Prices.
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