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Clutha Leader, Volume XIV, Issue 719, 27 April 1888, Page 2
Ye". / AlA'7' V '.AaA.'J.X'J'.ViI. B. GLASGOW HOUSE, Clyde Street, BALCLUTHA. GOOD NEWS FOR EVERYBODY ! WHAT IS IT? Why, you can get a good SUIT OF CLOTHES now for THREE POUNDS TEN SHILLINGS, which you have been paying Five Pounds for a little time ago ; moreover, these Threo Pound Ten Shil- ling Suits are made from new goods of the best quality, and for Fit, Workman- ship, Style, and Durability cannot be sur- passed in New Zealand. Ono Trial secures your future favors. GLASGOW HOUSE, CLYDE STREET, BALCLUTHA. ALEX. ROBERTSON, TRAVELLING AGENT, NEW ZEALAND GOVERNMENT LIFE INSURANCE DEPART- MENT. N.Z. GOVERNMENT LIFE INSUR- ANCE DE PA RTMENT. Comparison of Premiums of thk AUS- tralian and american officks do- ing Business in New Zealand. At the Age of 35, for the sum of LIOO, with participation in profits. YEARLY PREMIUMS : £ s. d. A. Mutual P. Society ... 2 15 4 Mul ual Life A 2 IS 11 N. Mutual Life A 2 13 3 New York Life .. ... 2 12 10 Equitable, N. V 2 12 9 Mutual of Victoria... ... 2 12 B Colonial Mutual ... ... 211 9 Equitable, N.Z 2 11 2 N.Z. Government, nearest birthday. 2 10 8 Temperance Section for Total Ab- stainers. — The Accounts in this Section are kept distinct, and profits allocated separately. Also Tontine Savings Fund System. Every Policy Guaranteed by the Slate. 448 J G. BENT LE V, PAIN T E R, GLAZIER, AND PAPERHANGER, BALCLUTHA & KAITANGATA. J. G. B. begs to intimate to the public of Balclutha aud surrounding districts that, having purchased the busiuess lately carried on by Joseph Shaw, he is now prepared to executo all orders at cheapest rates. Paperhangings, Oils, Paints, and Glass always on hand. ESTIMATES GIVEN. 464 rjpiiE DUNEDIN DENTAL SURGERY, OCTAGON, Corner of George Street t,Ovcr Sir B.inniHter'H Octagon Drug Hall). S. MYERS & CO., Dental Surgeons, Specialist in Artificial Dentistry. Having been asked how it is our practice haft ho largely increased, we give the FOLLOWING REASONS :— Firstly. Doing highest class work. Secondly. Using only the best material. Thirdly. Imitating Nature as closely as possiblo in our work. Fourthly. Making our dentures so that they aro comfortable. Fifthly. Making a temporary set or part set without extra charge, so that the patient is not without teeth during the time the gums arc alter- ing, after the extraction of the natural ones, which delay causes the chin to protrude and alter the whole contour of the face. I Sixthly. Charging strictly moderate fees. Seventhly. Acting strictly according to that I which we advertise. Eighthly. Arranging with those who cannot afford to pay tlio whole at once, to take part or monthly payments. Lastly. Calling the attention of every thinking person (even those most wealthy) to the fact that the ACTUAL COST of an artiticial denture is com- paratively slight ; it is the WORKMANSHIP that is the principal expense, nnd as we faithfully GUARANTEE thatour WORKMANSHIP cannot be surpassed in the Colony, there is no use to throw away money by paying high prices for a possibly inferior article. A SINGLE ARTIFICIAL TOOTH, lOs. SETS EQUALLY MODERATE. Artificial Teeth made by other Dentists remodelled at small cost. PAINLESS DENTISTRY. Mr S. MYERS having administered NITROUS OKI DE GAS almost daily for over eight years, can witli confidence recommend it as an INVALU- A KLE and SAFE Anaesthetic, free from any aftor bad effect. TnE DUNEDIN DENTAL SURGERY. S. "MYERS AND CO., Dental Surgeons, 0 OCTAGON.