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New Zealand Tablet, Volume X, Issue 501, 17 November 1882, Page 4
|L|R. J, B. C A L L A N » SOLICITOR, BOND STREET, DUNEDIN, Has Several SUMS OF MONEY TO LEND on Good FREEHOLD SECURITY, at Current Rates of Interest. A M E 8 ~^~M A~ G P I X Has fob Sale Newcastle Coal ' Firewood of all kinds Scotch ditto Charcoal Kaitangata ditto Fencing Posts and Shag Point ditto .. Shell Gravel. Green Island ditto Lime. JAMES MACFIE, Great Kino Street (Opposite Bacon's Stable?}. , WELLINGTON COACH FACTORY Manners-street and Taranaki Place, , Wkliinqtok, MICHAEL BOHAN .... Pbophibtob Coachsmith, Wheelwright, Fabric, and General Blacksmith, And Manufacturer of all kinds of Landaus, Broughams, Hansom Cabs, Buggies, Waggonettes, Phaetons, Dog Carts, and all other Spring Traps at greatly reduced prices. ... . Good Workmanship Guaranteed. Estimates given' Orders from nny part of the colony will receive prompt attention. T ADIES' GOLD WATCHES, from 50s. j SUver,, 80s.; Ju ; guaranteed gold and silver jewellery. Watches cleaned from 4s). 63. ; new main-springs, 4s. 6d.— guaranteed twelve months. A, FETTLING, 32, Princes Street, opposite City Hotel NOTICE OF REMOVAL. DR. EVELEIGH from Frederick Street to LEfTH STREET, Dunedin (just opposite the Methodist Chapet); Dr. EVELEIGH will continue to give advice GRATIS to the Poor every MONDAY and FRIDAY, from, 9 to 10 a.m. Usual hours for Consultations : Daily, from 9 till 10 a.m., and from 7 till 8 p.m. T^T O W O N ~H A N D~^- | "NEWIRELAN D," ! By A. K. Sullivan. 430 papes for Is. 6d. ; post, 25., in stamps. ♦'HISTORY OF IRELAND," By John Mitchel. 570 pages for 25. ; by post, 2s. 10d,, in stamps, A very choice selection of XMAS. and NEW YEAR CARDS, fringed and plain, ready for sending Home. AT- M±£ JUI~CLiS , Catholic Bookselleb, Princes St South, Dunedin. SPRING SEASON, 1882. •T I . CHO L A &. S MX T H .I^l Begs to announce that he has just opened his First Shipment of NBW SPRING GOODS, Consisting of New Dress Staffs in Cashmeres, Fonles, Costume-Cloths French Merinos, Pompadours, Galateas, Sateens, Frenob Cambrics' etc., etc Novelties in Fancy Goods. Novelties in Millinery. - No- velties in every Department, Also, •« ■ . i . ■ SPRING CLOTHING, In endless variety. Special value in Boy's and Youth's Suits ; special line of Mens' Geelong Tweed Trousers and Vests (all wool),- 21» 6d, worth 27s 6d. Newest Patterns in Regatta and Oxford Shirts. Soft and Hard Felt Hats, in all the latest shapes. New Shapes in Linen Collars, Scarves, Bows, Studs, andTies,"Handkerchielß, Gloves, Braces, etc., etc. The Cheapest House in Town. NICHOLAS SMITH, The ..Cash Draper, 33 George Street, near the Octagon.