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Public Notices. I mHE FEDERAL OOFFEE PALAOE t JL at the corner of Collins & Kino Streets, Melbourne. Now open for bnsineßß. Tho Federal Palaoe ie only two minates walk from tho Central Railway Station f and the Wharves. _ The Palace contains t 650 rooms, comprising Drawing, Dining, Reading, Sitting, Billard, Bed, and otber rooms. iSpeoial accommodation for families [ and permanent boarders. The Cuisine [ and Table appointments for the daily luncheon are a speciality. Particular care exeroieed to secure perfeot immunity from Accident by Fire. All charges moderate. 9 25 GEO. COHEN, Manager. QUOD FAOIMUS VALDE FAOIMUS (" What we do wa d o well") TtfE OHRISTOaUROH DE NTAL BURGER F, 168 oashel Street, Ohristchnrch, next Robinson'B Boot Store, and at the Octagon, Dunedin. All operations at ettiotly uniform and moderate Feeß. Consultation free. S. MYERS~AND CO., SURGEON DENTISTS. A^aA_UtlllWZl's*\\ 1^ mmm. mmWJ^m. \ VS ff iKSb*^««\ ta O iSxvi£**-\ **\ , wmcmrTEE-TH S NITBOD c OXIDE GAS administered; Thia Auseatlietio leaves no unpleasant effects, and ' by its übo the extraction of Bad Stumps and Teeth is rendered perfectly Painless aud Effective. Administered daily. Fee for administration of Gas, sa. Extraction. 2s 6d a tooth. Hours of attendance, 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. Private residence, 93 East Belt; i The acknowledged superiority of AMERICAN DENTISTR7 m the conctruotion of Artificial Teeth, the moat finished workmanship, and replacing tho lost teeth TtflYT. fORARILY ALMOST IMMEDIATELY after extraction, have established our reputation. A single Artificial Tooth, 10s , complete set, i Upper and Lower, Temporary and Pormanent, j £10 103 ; ArM&tial Teeth Mid Denturea made by other dentists remodelled »t small cost. , StoDDinpc, Scaling, Perieot and Painle«s. The Miners' Strike i AT NEWCASTLE, N.S.W., HAS already proved to be a good thing for Now Zealand. The Inoreaßed output of all the mine* In New Zealand has necessitated the employment of large numbers of mon m addition to tbo regular etaff kept by proprietors of mines. Keep your monoy m .New Zealand, and help to make employment for the population. Burn Mount Somers and Westport Ooal. I have made fresh arrangement! for the : supply of these two Ooals, and can now sell at B educed Rates for CASH on delivery Mount Somers Coal, Westport Coal Per ton, 23s 6d x 453 Half ton, lis 6d 23s Quarter ton, 6b 12s j. Booking Extra, ' Mount Somers Ooal per Trnok load, In . Trucks 17s 6d pec ton Cash at Ashburton I Station. r NEWOASTLE OOAL ALSO IN STOOK ; JOHN gTeESTELL i — \ T. ißullock. TO LET— Broomed house m Oameron Street.— "Apply to ; T. BULLOOK. S Ol Q FOR SALE, T.S. 1166, fronting 1 obJLO Oameron Street, price as abovo. I Terms oan be arranged if required. Apply to ; T. BDLLOOK. mO LET— A 5-roomed House In Oox r j. Street.-— Apply to i T. BULLOOK. c . I TO .LET. ROOMS In' tbe Aroade Chambers Apply to ; T. BULLOOK 5 TO LET. HOUSE of 5 Roomß, together with about 9 Acreß of Qraeß Land ; rental 10a 6d per week. ? ' Apply to o T. BULLOOK. t FOR SALE. c T" IOHT Spring Dray (now) made In » J_J such a way that it could be ÜBed as c a tip curt Apply to s T. BULLOCK. n -»» FOR SALE, c -mm. C lAA AORHS Wonting the Main Sonth C JLUU Road, not far from the Race* n oourse. Apply to T. BTJLLOOR_ ie WINSLOW." d ____ |y ITIOR SALE— Lota 67 and 74 Low l_ Jj "price will be aooepted. Ie Apply to T. BULLOOK. S d "~ REAPERS AND BINDERS r , FOR SALE. * O MoOORMIOK WIRE BINDERS J' O MoOORMIOK TWINE BINDERS * -j SAMUELSON TWINE BINDER 7 ' 1 HORNSBY TWINE BINDER Zj T t JSTOOQK,

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 7, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 1998, 27 November 1888

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 7 Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 1998, 27 November 1888

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