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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3, Issue 7905, 13 May 1889
PUBLIC NOTICES. ANDREW DAVIE AND 00 ' BEG to notify the General Public I have I. Reopened the old Premises in G eorgo Btreet "Tirii an entire Fresh Stock of lvm- ▼ V mongery and Crockery, at greatly reduced prices. I~NSPEOTiON Invited. Best value in town for the money. Andrew Davie and Co., 26 George atreet. ANTED Known—H. Robs, General and T T Wood Engiaver, Die Sinker, and Letter Cutter, 79 Princes street. BASS PUtes, Seals, Dies, Stencils, Wood-.M-r cuts, and every description of Ornamental and Commercial E a graving, etc. BUSINESS and Visiting Cards. Note Address: H. Ross (upstairs), 79 Princes street, exactly opposite Pryor's, fruiterer. MULLER AND ANDERSON. BEST Value for Casb,—Furniture and Bedding made on the premises ; all our goods best workmanship. Furniture Made to L NY Deaign, Repaired, Re-covered, and _ Polished equal to new. Estimates given. PICTURES Framed at low prices. Mttller and Anderson, formerly 120 George street (late salesman to Pcoullar and Chisliolm). J. HENDRY AND SONS [>BG To Notify their Customers that they have again Opened up a large and vaiied TOOK of Tweedß, Coating*, and Overcoatings suitable for Winter Wear, which \OR quantity, quality, and stylo cannot } be beaten in the City. HENDRY AND SONS. Tailors and ._ • Habit Makers, 83 George Btreet, Dunedin. J. HARDIE AND CO. "UST Received: Thirty Trunks Ladies' *_, Bective Boots, Shoes, arid Slippers; Gents' Calf and Kid Boots and Shoos; Trunks Girls' and Maids' Button Boots, superior quality, from 2s lid pair; Infants Boots and Shoes, Is (id pair; Boys' Melville Tweed Suits, 12s 6d; ' Youths' Suits, 19s 6d; 100 Gents' 1 Suits, first quality, 39s 6d. IHOIGE Lot Hats, Scarfs, Braces, Shirts, J and Underclothing, just opened. HARDD3 AND CO., 110, corner Princes and Rattray streets. (J. A. BRESSEY. for Birthday Carda-Lateßt patterns, just out. (RKSSEY'S for Birthday Cards—Opals and Hand-painted. > RESSEY'S for Birthday Cardß-Oleos and Ohromographs, EESSEY'S for New Annuals—Boys'Own, Girls' Own, Chatterbox, Sunday, > RESSEY'S for Children's Friend, Infants' Mag., Prize, Child's Own, etc., etc > RESSEY'S for Scrap Books-Largest (Is y and 2s) books in town. (RESSEY'S for Photographic Albums - Plush, Morocco, and Fancy Binding. > RESSEY'S for New Albums (all Cabinets), Floral and Plain. Rfc RESSEY'S for Cabinet Albums (Fancy > Bindings), from 2s 6d. ►RESSEY'S for Inkstands, Desks, Purses, Photo Frames, Pencil Oaseß. >RESSEY'S for Color Boxes, Drawing Instruments, Penknives. kRESSEY'S for Scraps—Large selection. 151 George street. DENTISTRY. ENTISTRY.—A Single Artificial Tooth, 10s. ENTISTRY.—Not a Guinea if on a gold, A_> palladium, silver, platinum, or celluloid base, "DENTISTRY.—Or adjusted by pivot or f bridge and crown work, ENTISTBY.—But 10a, adjusted in the , best and moat suitable manner;' ENTISTRY.—NaturaI Appearance and r Comfort of the Patient being our chief and only aim. "\ENTISTRY. A Complete Upper or Lowor Denture, L 5 10s. ENTISTRY.—A Complete Set (Upper and Lower), Llolos. MYERS AND CO. make no extra a charge for Springs, Swivels, or whatever is necessary. \ MYERS AND CO.—The above Prices INCLUDE 1 M x ERS AND CO.—Preparing the mouth 3« and making a S MYERS AND CO.—Temporary and per- * manent denture, whether set, part set, or single tooth, MYERS AND CO.—Thus avoiding the t annoyance and inconvenience of being without teeth, and
MYERS AND CO.—Saving the chin from protruding and altering the whole contour of the face. MYERS AND CO.—This advanced-sys-jO« tem of American Dentistry has become most popular. fN MYERS AND CO., the Dunedin Dental . Surgery, CTAGON (coiner of George street), MYERS AND CO., over Mr Isaac's OctagonDrugHall. Entrance: Private Door. J MYEKS AND 00. arrange to take Part or Monthly Payments. MYERS AND 00. administer Nitrous Oxido Gas; fee 5s for Gas, and 2s 6d for each tooth extracted. HIMMEL BROTHERS Ol O r ' nceß street south, opposite the /WX«w Spanish Restaurant, Repair A CCORDIONS, Concertinas (with steel t\_ tongues), American Organs, Hand Organs, Harmoniums, and Pianos tuned, Flutes, Fans, Spectacle \J Frames, Meerschaum Pipes, Carving Forks, Jewellery, etc. J aho Olockp, Engagements taken for Danctag (English concertina and piano). JOHN GILLIES, BURNISHING Undertaker, 18 George ! street and 11 Great King street, CONDUCTS Adults' Funerals respectably, J with Hearse and Attendance, from 70s CHILDREN'S, from 30b upwards. Mourn- / ing Carriages as required. RUTHERFORD AND 00. i UTHERFORD AND CO. are still taking HOTOGRAPHS—Cabinets, 10s 6d; Cards, 5s 6d. PPOSITE Bank of New Zealand, Princes street. MISCELLANEOUS. [ ROMISON, Manufacturing Confectioner, 153 George street. 'ILLIAM WILSON (successor to R. G. t t Harris), Nightman. Orders punctually attended to. St. Andrew street. (T. GEORGE JAM.—Once used, always used. All Grocers. ADVERTISEMENTS to appear in the Country Edition of tho Evening Stab must be handed in not later +.h<iu 2 ».n». TIVENING STAR. Ik The Evening Star circulates extensively in Burnside, Green Island, Mosgiel, the Taien, Outram, Greytown, Otakia, Waihola, Tokomairiro, Stirling, Inch-Clutha, Balclutha, Lawrence. Clinton, Gore, Invercargill, Waitati CRlnoalnnl. SflaoliffJ Wailrnimiti. Pftlmfirston. Dunback, Oamaru, Ravensbourne, Rothesay Port Chalmers and suburbs, Andersons Bay, the Peninsula, etc., etc. The Stab is delivered at the station on the Northern Trunk Line by the train leaving Dunedin at 4.12 p.m.; Olutha and Lawrence Railways immediately after the arrival of the 4.20 p.m. train from Dunedin; and at Ravensbourne and Port Chalmers on the arrival of tbe train leaving Dunedin at 5,15 p.m.
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