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New Zealand Tablet, Volume V, Issue 216, 15 June 1877, Page 18
NOTIFICATION. WE have much pleasure in notifying to the LADIES of Dunedin and Vicinity the receipt of extensive shipments of DRAPERY and NOVELTIES, of which we respectfully invite inspection. In every Department will be found the newest and most FASHIONABLE GOODS produced is the best Markets for the present Winter. BROWN, EWING, AND CO., DUNEDIN.
GYMNASIUM, Octagon. Messrs. LONG and PARMENTEK, Drill, Gymnastic. Boxing, and Fencing Masters, conduct CLASSES at the above, from 8 a.m. until 10 p.m. daily. Young Ladies' Setting-up Drill, Marching, Calisthenics, and Elementary Gymnastic Class can be arranged to suit the convenience of pupils. Terms : Each Class, separately, £1 Is, per quarter; For all the blanches combined, JE2 103. per quarter. NOTICE. I HAVE sold to Mr. G. W. Driscole my business of Tailor and Clothier, carried on by me in the Arcade ; and I beg to solicit for him a continuance of the custom so liber- ally accorded me. Mr. Driscole is entitled to receive all debts owing to me accruing since the 21st day of May last. Dated the 4th day of June, 1877. (Signed) GEOEGE DAVIDSON. | In reference to the above, I trust, by strict attention to business and by supplying a superior article, to secure a continuance of the favours accorded my predecessor. (Signed) G. W. DRISCOLE. WW. VAU SE, • DIE SINKER AND EMBOSSER, | (At Mr. Shearer's), ROYAL ARCADE. DUNEDI2T, Two doors from High-street. Monograms cut in Steel. All kinds of Sewing Machines Repaired. PARTNERSHIP ANNOUNCEMENT?" JH JEWITT, having talcen Mr. John • Tunnage into Partnership, begs to return bis sincere thanks to the Citizens of Duuedin for the liberal patronage bestowed on him for a number of years past, and desires to assure them that it will be the earnest endeavor of his partner and himself to merit a continuance of their favors. The business will in future be carried on under the style of JEWITT & TUNNAGE, Fishmongers, Poulterers, Game dealers, &c, Iv the premises lately occupied by Mr. B. Isaac, chemist, Princes-Street. | Mr. Jewitt's late shopman (J. F. Martin) has been engaged to manage the business, and this fact is a guarantee that customers will have their orders attended to with punctuality and despatch. JEWITI & TUNNAGE, Fishmongers, &c, Princes-street. li/TB. K. H. BAKE WELL, M.D., has J-*-*- Resumed Practice at his residence, Moray Place, opposite the Criterion. Hours of Consultation : Nine to Eleven ajn., and Seven to Nine p.m.