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' Board and Eesictenca. PRIVATE Board and Residence at Miss Cowen's between^Staitord and Walker-streets, jest l_e Presbyterian Church. Miscellaneous' THEATRE R O y"a~~L~ Lessee : Mr. Clarasok Holt. PIT, ONE SHILLING. GREAT ATTRATION FOR TO-NIGHT f SATURDAY), 29th NOVEMBER, Shakspeare's sublime Tragedy' of RICHARD THE THIRD, OR, THE BATTLE OF BOSWORTH FIELD. Richard the Third ~ .. Mr Ciarance Holt Queen Elizabeth Mrs Clarance Holt Supported by the entire strength of the Company. To conclude with the laughable farce, entitled OUT TO NURSE. In which Mrs Ciarance Holt, Mr R. B. Dale and the Company will appear. ON MONDAY NEXT, ! Will be magnificently produced Alexander Dumas' Powerful French play, entitled the ! RAG PICKER OF PARIS. t . J^OYAL PRINCESS' THEATRE. By Particular Desire for the La«t Time Mr George Fawcett's Adaptation of DAVID COPPERFIELD. M R GEO RG E FAWC ET T In his great impersonation WILKINS MICAWBER. TO-NIGHT, (SATURDAY,) NOVEMBER 29, The performance will commence with the successful Drama, entitled DAVID COPPERFIELD. Clara Ppggotty. Madame Carandini Mrs MicawLer Miss Emma Nevili« Micawber Mr Geo. Fawcett To conclude with the farce of NAUGHTY NAN. Tom Dibbles John Dium Nan Miss Fanny Wiseman. On Tuesday next, for the Benefit of Mr JOHN DUNN. BATHS. BATHS. BA T R~B~ City Baths, Rattray-street. -"Warm, Cold, and bhower Baths. Opeu from 6 a.m to 8 p.m. rfuadays, till 12 noon. Private Baths for Ladies. rjRHE FIRST NEW ZEALAND CHAMPION X RACE Will be run over the DUKE DIN COURSE, ON WEDNESDAY, 4th MARCH, 18G3. Stewards : .William Morley, Esq, John Maclean, Esq. •James McKenzie, Esq. Mark Noble, Esq. Filzwilliam Wentworth Esq. To act with Stewards that may be appointed fr« each of the Colonies. Clerk of the Course—Honorary : J. Switzer, Esq. CHAMPION RACE Of 1000 soys., with a sweepstakes of 100 «ovs. each, added ; the second horse to receive 200 soys. out of the stake , and the third to save his stake, if mora than three start. Weight for age. Three miles. Nominations, enclosing 25 soys., to be addressed under cover to the Secretary of the Otago Jockcv Club, at the Provincial Hotel, Dunedin, o'u or bet ra Ist November, 1862, but all nominations sent ia due course of post, and bearing- the Post-oiSce nark o the above or a previous date to be eligible. A further payment of 25 soys. under similar terms of post, to be addressed as above on or before 31et December, 1862 ; and the final payment or 50 soys. to be absolutely made as above previous to eight p.m., on Wednesday, the 18th February, 1863, or all previous mouia to be forfeited to the stake. Weights—Three yrs old, 7st 41b; four yrs, 9st 41bfive yrs, lOst; six and aged, lOst 41b; mares and m geldings allovre 31b, aud a further allowance of 21b I maidens. " Other events of the meeting will b« duly announced Five p cent, deducted from he gross of th stako for expenses of Course. SYDTfB ' KS. 8w»->tar-A GENTLEMaN can be accommodated with a. separate apartment in one of the choicest localities, five minutes walk from the Post Office. Piano, Library, and Garden. A liberal table • terms moderate. Address, Alpha, 3ox 27, Post Office. PRIVATE ACCOMMODATION" for siugle gentlemen (with separate bedrooms) can be had at Mrs Jenkin's, Clifton Villa. Maclaggan-street. AUICK S DUNSI'AN EXPRESS A FOUR HORSE COACH Will leave our Office on Tuesday next, for the Dunptan Diggings, conveying Passengers, Swags, and Parcels. JOHN JONES & CO., Manse-street. REtii UtiNOtj for a respectable fewaie with another whose husband is away ; more for company to children and self than the object of rent. Branch Office of this Paper. TOKAGE for 40U Bags of Uniin, in titewartfD street. Apply Henry Green, Walker-street. THE DUNEDIN DIRECTORY. THf S Work is now completed in manuscript, and is going through the Press. Alterations of Addresses, or the insertion'of new ones, will be made if practicable, up to the SO h iust., at half a guinea ea.-h, aud afterwards up to the 10th December at one guinea. HARNETT & CO., Manse-street. November 28th. TO THE RAfEPAYERS OF HIGH, OR NO 2 WARD. /1 ENTLEME?*,—As I have allowed myself to bo \JT nominated a Candidate for your suffrage*, common courte3y demands I should state somewhat of my views. This course is rendered the more necessary, in consequence of there being no regular nomination day ; and as I have never been a "candidate before, you cannot know anything of my opinions. Brevity bein^ the soul of wit, and as I prefer action to words, 1 shall be as concise as possible. Health and prosperity every man de3ires; and if wo would secure the first, we must have an abundant supply of good, pure wa^er, sufficient for every purpose. Next in importance to water is, a thorough system of drainage. The evidence of medical inea lately, must convince the most sceptical, that we are not only at the mercy of thedeadly pestilence, but we. are;actually iuvitia* its presence. As the procuring-of water and drainage will take some little time, it is a question' for consideration, whether a properly constituted Board of Health, cousisting of qualified persons, may not be advisible. If we desire to see D'niie'din becom? the commercial capital of New Zealand, we must not be unmindful of the times, but take every opportunity, of opening up the'principal thoroughfares of the city, I am desirous of seeing seeing- good paved streets, wherever the business and population of the city warrants it. I also think that every man within the city, wl;o pays rates, has a right to expect a decent approach to his house. For the above purposes I think the Town Board would be perfectly justified in borrowing money to a considerable extent, for, at least, a f -vr years to come.There is ample security in the municipal estate, which will be very rich when the present leases expire. Besides, I qui^e asrree with the principle that, as our descendants will be chiefly benefited we are quite justified in drawing upon them fora portion of the co3t, rather than levy extravagant rat« 3 m these early days of tKe colony. I suppose these will be the principal matters to ba dealt with by the Town Bjai'd, »nd if they are properly and liberally carried out, I see no reason wbv_h Dunedin. shouli not soon become the most healtuy^B^ and beautiful, as well as the most prosperous city in^^ New Zealand. : lam not going to ask any man'for hi 3 vote, but if these views meet with your approval, and you thiok proper to elect me, I .shall do my best to serve you. I am, Gentlemen, Yours, _c, O. T. ICK, Duaattn, NoremW 28,1862. 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Page 6 Advertisements Column 4, Otago Daily Times, Issue 295, 29 November 1862

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Page 6 Advertisements Column 4 Otago Daily Times, Issue 295, 29 November 1862