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PRINCESS' CONCERT ROOM, .BEE'i.STBIET. mHB ENGLISH OPERA COMPANY'S POPULAR CONCERTS ! THIS EVENING, TUESDAY, 11th AUGUST, AND DURING THE WEEK. Doors open at half-past 7 ;' Commence Jtt 8. \ CALEDONIAN QUADRILLE ASSEMBLY. • MEMBERS are requested to attend at tho MECHANICS' HALL, On Monday Evening, the 12th inst., AT 7 O'CLOCK. P. S — The OpeniDg Ball will take place in a few weeks: MADAME CARANDINI at the Royal Princess Concert Hall, this Evening. DISSOLUTION OP PARTNERSHIP^ rTIHE Partnership hitherto existing between tho 1 undersigned, under the style of Colin N. Campbell and Co., has this day been dissolved by mutual consent. All accounts due to the late firm arc requested to be paid at once at the offices, corner of Tay an<f Dee-streets, and all accounts due by the said firm to be rendered by Saturday, the Bth inst., or they will not bo recognised. (Signed) COLIN N. CAMPBELL HENRY HORNER. Witness — Fredk. W. Wade. Invercargill, August 3rd, 1863, £5 REWARD. T OST, on the afternoon of Friday, 7th instant, JJ a Partmonnaie, containing money and papers. The above reward will be paid to any person finding the same and delivering it to Messrs. Spenco Bros and Co,, wholesale merchants, Dee-street, where the fullest particulars will be »iven. MR. FREDERICK LAST, Surgeon Dentist, DEGS to inform his Patrons and the public in D g neral that he can be consulted at his private residence, Tay -street, opposite office of this paper. LOUIS MYERS. Tobacconist,, &c., JAY AND DEE-STREET, INVERCARGILL, Opposite the Royal and Prince of Wales Hotels. MR. THOMAS S. WESTON, T3ARRISTER, SOLICITOR, and NOTARY, Pub.ic Offices: D ON-S T RE E T, ISVEHC4.EGIII. FERRY BOATS. JOHN HAY begs to inform the Inhabitants of cj [nvercargill and neighborhood, that he is prepared with Furry Boats to run between the Jetty and the Mokoinoko, or any other place, on the New lliver. Orders received at E. MORAN'S STORE, Behind Messrs. Hately and Cos. Bonded Warehouse. BANK ©F NEW ZEALAND. AT a Special General Meeting of the Proprietors of this held this day at the Bankinghouse, in Queen-street, Auckland, it was unanimously resolved •'' That the Directors be empowered to call up the remainder of the capital of the Company by calls of One Pound per share, payable at intervals of not less than six months." In accordance therewith, the Directors hereby give notice that the Sixth Call of One Pound per share will bo paynble at tho places mentioned below, on THURSDAY, the Twenty-first day of January, IS6-4 : — Auckland At the Bank of New Zealand Taranaki Do Nipier Do Wellington D> Wanganui D) Nelson Do Picton Do B'enbeim T) > Christchui'ch Do Lytteltou ])o Dunedin .Do Invcrcargill Do Uivcrton ■ Do Sydney At the^Bank Corporation's Office" London At the Bank of New Zealand 50, Old Broad-street A. KENNEDY, General Manager. Bank of New Zealnnd, Auckland, 20th July, 1553. AN SALE by the Undersigned,— Seed oats, Tartarian, 500 bushels do, black Tart.ll i;m do, Poland, 5'X) bushels Feed oats, prime quality, 2000 bushels Bran, do, 2000 do Oatmeal, Bincroft's Hay. first quality Chaff, do Maiz: 1 , 500 bags Butter, prime Tasmaninn Colonial cheese, best Adelaide Rolled bacon, best do Hams, Broom's, in cases Boef, Smith's, in tierces M luritius sugar, fine counter Sausage skins, in kegs Neatsfoot oil, in drums Colonial dray harness Horse-power for chaff cutting and maize. cracking Galvanised iron Seed potatoes, very fine sample To Arrive, Smith's boiled beef hams T. BRUNTON & CONest Southland News office, Dee-street. rjiHE ENGLISH OPERA COMPANY'S Pop u - JL lar Concerts at the Royal Princess Concert Hall. EVENING CLASSES. rjIHE EVENING CLASSSES of Ihe InverJL cargill Grammer School were resumed on Monday, the lOtb August. Hours, from 7 to 9.' o'clock. Tekms — Weekly, in advance. INVERCARGILL GRAMMAR SCHOOL. MR. M'DONALD— Peincipal. ' rpHE New Quarter commenced on the 10th X August. Detailed prospectuses on application at the School Room, Clyde-street. TIRAND OPERATIC SELECTIONS at tho VJT Royal Princess Concert Hall, this Evening. CTORED, Ex Aphrasii, at- the Stores of the O undersigned, on account of J. Edwards and W. Edwards, on 26th February last, 1 chest, oak grained, contents unknown 1 deal box. . -r :> IF not claimed forthwith they will be sold to de. fray expenses. I ' GBEVILLE WHITING and CO. ' Invcrcargill, 3rd August, 186 U.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 5, Southland Times, Volume 2, Issue 80, 11 August 1863

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 5 Southland Times, Volume 2, Issue 80, 11 August 1863