LATE ADVERTISEMENTS. iTTANTRD Known—Booths, Kace Booke. : Vt Fruit-stalls, etc., for Races on 24th and 25th," Sold at Provincial Yard on Sutiuuay, fit I'l "'c oek.' VTSTANTBD Known—Phosphor Bronze and tV White Metal Casting* Daily. Anderson and Morrison. S •* EST Value and Finest Quality of Beef, **» Mutton, and Lamb at Wm. Iluke's, George street. [>ARGAlN.—NeatSroomed Cottage, Comer O Allotment (City freehold); L 125 ; small deposit. Bryant, "Dowling Btreet. ACHT Leader For Sale by Tender; all ■ gear complete; tenders close 25th May. For further information apply T. Baker, Union street. FOR SALE or Hire, Cwercd J'xpreßS, Horse, and Harnees; also Cart and Buggy. Lamer, 108 Princes street. \OR RALE, Tenor Horn (Besson) and H.' Leather Cas<=, in good order; cheap. Apply "Tenor." Poßt Office OR >■'ALtf, Six-roomed Houße and garden; «_• cish, bargain; long lease. Apply Morton, Cosy Di'H, Regent road. DUNKDIN Co-operative Meat Supply Company are slaughtering Extra Prime Lambs from Mr Beattie's, and Cattle from Mr Gibson's, Taieri. LITTLE DUST PAN Clearing Sale.-Im-mense Stock of useful Goods; must be reduced at any sacrifice. ►ARTIES Furnishing will find this a ■ splendid chance to secure genuine Goods below cost. "iji P. Teapots aid Cruet* at half-price ; Hi« F.P. Toast Back',- 2s 6d; special reduction in Laropware. RCTNKSand Fenders equally cheap ; iwey » Good-? almost given away ; Winter Clogs just arrived. L.P.P. RAVELLING f gent, with large connec- » tion stores, grocers, confectioners, open Sell Lollier, Soap, Candles, Jams, or Biscuits on Commission; enclose price list stating best cash terms; can Keep Stock if necessary. Apply "Drummer," Star Office. ~/ B 'DEATH'S Final Clearing Sale. See IVI_ Prices, and realise what it is to get Value for Money. 'BEATH'S Great Clewing iv a street, for Millinery, Ladies' and Gents' Clothing, Hosiery, etc. Astonishing Prices. , V I 'BEA.THS Final Clearing Sale.-CaU ijy 1 early, *o that you may not be disappointed in securing Bargains. Sa'e.-Never before in City have Goods of huch Excellent Quality marked so low. S our Mr Smith rntends visiting Europe, j_A. leaving on the 27th inst., we will pladly undertake to execute Commissions in G r eat Britain and Ireland at reasonable rates. Jas. S. Smith and Co., 11 Jetty street. Punediu. 10R the convenience of thoßo engaged n during the day, Miss Procter holds Evening C'asseß for Poonah. Miss Procter's Evening Classes Tuesday and Thursday from 7.30 to 10, upstairs, Boot's entrance, Octagon, Ci PE 01AL attention is directed to Group of New Zealand Flowers in water color". M'Gregor Wright's window. T" ATEST shipments of Ulsters, Dolmans. J Jackets, and Macintoshes; splendid value. Mrs Gill, Princes street. "ILLINERY.— Largest and Most Choree jlvj Assortment in City to choose from. Mrs Gill, Princes street. RESS Materials, splendid variety. Dressn.j- making under the experienced management of Miss Cable Mrs Gill, Princes street. r 'DADES' Steel and Pennyroyal Pills. Is, iv A box of 3 dozen: Mrs Louisa Hawkins's Corrective Pill.", 2s 6d ; Pennyroyal, 3< 0a". - ' cures Habitual Constipation, Kidney and Liver Complaints, Indigestion, etc. Registered "Ccrticura." "/"IERTICURA" Healing Ointment from \ I Is 6d; Blood Cleanser, 4s 6d ; Lotion, 3s Cd ; Soap, Is. Hawkins'-', 94 George street. JRESS "ShirtsT Rega»ta"shirtsr Woollen Shirts, Merino Shirts, Cotton Shirts, Flannel Shirtp, all prices, fl t Masters's. 'ERTNO Pants, Lambswool Pants, Colonial i»ji Wool Pants, Cotton Parts, warm Underclothing. Master*, Princes street. >RING your Repairs to our Tailor (opp site ■3. Cricket Ground, King street); suits e'eaned, pressed, 3s 6d, first-class. LOASBY'st Corn Solvent has repeatedly Cured after several bottles of Cura Clava and other remedies failed ; Is. JLj low interest. Henry Benjarmn, Loan and Discount Society. Manse street. OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the PARTNERSHIP which has for some time past been carried on by THOMAS HUGH KEARNS and JOSEPH HEATLEY, under the firm of "Kearns, Son, and Heatley," at Maolaggan street, DunediD, in the trade or business of Coffee and Sp'ce Manufacturers, was this dav DISSOLVED by mutual consent. As witness our hands at Dunedin this 15th day of May, 18-9. T. F KEARNS. JOSEPH HEATLEY. Witness J, M'Rae Gai.laway, Solicitor, Dunedin. In reference to the above notice, the Business of Coffee and Sp'co Manufacturer will be carried on by THOMAS HUGH KEARNS at the Promises, Maclaggan street, under the stylo of "Kearns and Sons," whowrll p»y liabilities and collect debts owing to the late dissolved firm of Kearns, Son, and Heatley. ISTRIOT ORDER. Volunteer Office, Dunedin, 16th May, 1889.
The Parade ordered for the 24th inst. will be in drill order, great coats slung, haversackß to contain lunch. Corps south of Dunedin will travel by the Train reaching Abbotaford at 10 30 a.m., and will debark there. The Port Chalmers Corps will travel by the Train learner Port Chalmers at B.IS a.m. The Dunedin City and Port Chalmers Corps and the High School Cadets will Parade at the Garrison Hall at 9 30 a.m., and will, after the Ceremonial Parade, proceed to Abbotsford by the 10.50 a.m. train. By order. H. GORDON, Major, District Adjutant. "RS T. A. MOLLET (late Miss RobertJL pon), Medallist At South J£M2sinsrfcon t ia desirous of obtaining Pupils in Drawing and Painting. During her course she gained the unusual distinction of taking both Silver and Bronze Medals in the highest section of Art, painting from the human model (including portrait painting). Mrs Mollet also holds a very high testimonial from the Principal of the National Art Training School, S.K. AddressCorner of Pitt and Queen streets. "ERBERT, HAVNES, AND CO. 200 Have great pleasure in offering to the 200 Public of Dunedin a Special Job Line of 200 200 BOYS' KNIOKE B SUITS, made from 200 Colonial Tweeds. Prices from 8s upwards. 200 From time to time we have offered job 200 lines in these Goods, but the line we are 200 now offering totally eclipses any of our 200 previous efforts, both as regards price and 200 style. 200 An inspection of these Goods is respect--200 fully solicited. LAT IBS' WINTER GLOVES. LADIES' WINTER GLOVRS. LADIFS' WINTER GLOVES. BROWN, EWING, AND CO. have much pleasure in intimating to their Lady Patrons that the Glove Department is fully stocked with New Winter Gloves of every description—only reliable makes kept in stock. Our Home Buyers have inst'uetions to send Leading Novelties by every Direct Steamer. Customers and Visitors can rely on getting the newest Promenade, Evening, Riding, and Driving Glovf s. LADIES' KID GLOVES.—The Ruddigoro, Florence. Guvon (with large buttons). Russe de Kason, Pique, Chevrette. Chantilly, etc. (4 and 6-cla°p and buttons, black and colors). LADIES' SUE OK GLOVES, in tans, slates, grey, gobelin, white, oream, etc ; also extra long, for evening wear, in white, cream, and tan. LADI"S' WINTER GLOVES. Russian Calf (4-clasp, also lined and fur tops), Toronto and Atraohan, Sleigh Gauntlets (with deep fur cuff and lined). . , LADIES' RIDING GLOVHS, m tan dogskin.—The Newmarket and Gordon Tan. LADIES' CASHMERE AND TAFFETA GLOVES, endless variety; Evening Silk Gloves, all shades and lengths. CHILDREN'S GLOVES.— Choice selection, suitable for the winter season. BROWN, BWING, AND CO.
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