TH E A T-R E E,O-Y-A' L. THRADON'S MOVING DIORAMA - OF THE" -MAUNGATAPU MURDERS. ' '-■ Immense jSuccess. A FEW NIGHTS ONLY. f^i RAND AMATEUR' CONCERT.In Aid of the GR EYMOUTH HOS PI T A L, ■ AT TUE RELIGIOUS INSTITUTE,- Gressen st. FRIDAY, 21st INSTANT, at S p.m. Reserved Seats, 5s ; Back do, 3s.v AG RA N D BA,L L THE UNITED STATES HOTEL, ' on . ' / THURSDAY, the 20th SEPTEMBER, Prof essbr Sampson M..C. Fullßand. "Dancing to commence, at 10 o'clock. s A dmission, ,ss. . ' CA N A D I A N-' H OT E.L. GRAN© BALL, Ox THURSDAY EVENING, 27th INST. Splendid Band. Professor Sampson, MC. Dancing to commence at 10 o'clock.Price of Admission, ss. OLD. -ENGLAND HOTEL, Richmond Quay.. FREE AND. EASY in. the Old English style every Thursday evening. - 1 Chair taken at 8 p.m. HAMMOND AND. DA VIES Have just received, ex Keera, .Rambler, Florence, Three Brothers, Tambo, and Emerald Isle-r-A general assortment of Wines ■ Spirits . ' Colonial j>ro_duco Oilmen's stores . And general groqeries. HAMMUND and DAVIES, WHOLESALE & FAMILY GROCERS, Boundary street. TBjOBERT HARPER AND CO., COFFEE 'AND SPICE MERCHANTS, AND MANUFACTURERS, 55^ Flinders Lane East, near 'Swanston street (opposite St. Paul's Schools}, MELBOURNE. M" <;LEAN -AND HAGGART, (Late Gray aud Hodges), . ' GENERAL STOREKEEPERS, AND • DEALERS, ~ Boundary street. *. .*».-' » . ML. and H. having commenced business as above, respectfully solicit a share of public, patronage, as no effort "will be awantwg on their part to. deservje it.. , ; . I\T OT IC E TO SHIPMASTERS, LIMESTONE BALLAST FOR SALE, - delivered on board ship at Cobden- Wharf, at Gsiierton. • This limestone, is of first-class «■ quality, " r ' . Apply : " BICHENO and PELL, Coal ' Creek R.oad Gpntrac'tors,
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Grey River Argus, Grey River Argus, Issue 108, 20 September 1866
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