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Page 1 Advertisements Column 6, Issue 7910, 18 May 1889
PUBLIC NOTICES. gMITH AND OCTAGON. SHIT H, PAPERHANGINGS to suit all tastes; the Latest and most Fashionable Designs, from the best manufacturers. SMITH AND SMITH, Octagon. PAPERHANGINGS.-100,000 Pieces to choose from, 6d per piece and upwards. SMITH AND SMITH, Octagon. PAPERHANGINGS.-A very largo stock of Sanitary (washable goods), which are everlasting wear. SMITH AND SMITH, Octagon, FLOCK PAPERS (various colors) for Church Decorations and other purposes. SMITH AND SMITH, Octagon. MIRRORS (all siz>s) for Drawing rooms, Bedrooms, Saloons, Shops, etc., etc.; artistically framed, at low cost, SMITH AND SMITH, Octagon. GENUINE WHITE LEAD, Linseed Oils, Turpentin?, Varnish, Canvas, Tacks, Tape, etc, etc, SMITH AND SMITH, Octagon. GLASS SHADES (all wzes)-Bound, Square, and Oval (white glass), with Ebonised Stands, complete. SMITH AND SMITH, Octagon. CENTRE PLOWKPS (Papier Machs) for Ventilating Ceilings; 50 patterns to choose from. SMITH AND SMITH, Octagon. PICTURE MOULDINGS.-A Large Variety from Is per length. SMITH AND SMITH, Octagon. ARTISTS’ OIL COLORS.-Single Tubes, 3d; Double Tubes, Gd; and all kinds of Artists’ Materials equally cheap. SMITH AND SMITH, Octagon.
•VTOTICE 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, Dunedin, in the trade or business of Coffee and Sp'ce Manufacturers, was this day DISSOLVED by mutual consent. As witness our bands at Dunedin this 15th day of May, 1859. T. H. KEARNS. JOSEPH HEATLEY Witness J. M'Rae Callaway, Solicitor, Dunedin, In reference to the above notice, the Business of Coffee and Spice Manufacturer will be carried on by THOMAS HUGH KEARNS at the Premises, Maclaggan street, under the stylo of “Kearns and Sons,” who will pay liabilities and collect debts owing to the late dissolved firm of Kearns, Son, and Heatley. OPINION OF THE PRESS. “ X ORNS HIGHLAND WHISKY.—It is -Li of the finest pure malt that the highly prized and ever enjoyable Lome Highland Whisky is made—its distillation and aftermanipulation are so thoroughly understood and so conscientiously carried oat by the proprietors, Messrs Greenlees Brothers, of London and Argyleshire, that the Whisky bearing the brand ‘Lome’ is everywhere regarded as the Creme de la Crime of Whiskies. It possesses all the bracing, carminative, and tonic properties of the finest cognac. Hence, medicinally speaking, it is highly valuable.”— ‘ Sheffield Post,’ XT S. FISH AND SON, HOUSE DECORATORS, Papebhangers, Glaziers, and Sign Writers. Importers of Oils, Colors, Paperhangings, Brushware, and all Painters’ Requisites. Tenders given for General Repairs, [Established 1861 ] PRINCES STREET SOUTH. WINTER BOOTS. WINTER BOOTS, FOB COMFORT, DURABILITY, STYLE, AND ECONOMY, SIMON BROTHERS’ Immense Stock of New Winter Goods ate not excelled in the City. ( Ladies and Gents, see best GREAT ) English and Foreign makes, all VARIETY, j new, best winter materials, PorVpo se Hide, Calf, Morocco, etc, f Evening Shoes, best styles, VERY ) immense variety, in Patents CHOICE, j Glove Kids, Morocco, etc. (fancy (.and plain design), from 4s lid. FOR LADIES’ WINTER WEAR : Superior Morocco Button Boots (cloth tops), 7« fid ; High Levant Lace-ups, 9s fid ; splendid Morocco Shoes, 7s 91 j Kid, (is 9d; strong Kid Elastics, 6s 3d. FOR MEN’S WINTER WEAR : Superior Porpoise-hide, Scotch-grain, and Calf Oookhams, unequalled for comfort and wear. See special line in Gents’ Oork-soled Balmorals : Superior Sewn Balmorals from lls 9d; Football Balmorals from 9s fid; special lines with Rugby ankle pads. BEEHIVE BOOTS ! BEEHIVE BOOTS ! Unrivalled for Wear and Low Prices. Men’s strong Balmorals from 9s fid; extra strong Watertights, 12s fid ; superior Bluchers, 5s lid. Women’s strong Balmorals from Os lid ; Leather Elastics, 7s fid. For Boys and Girls none excel the “ Beehive ” Boots for real hard wear. Just see prices. SIMON BROTHERS, Manufacturers and Importers, George street, near Octagon. TTTHEN buying Schnapps be sure to obtain Vt the genuine Wolfe’s Schnapps. ST. GEORGE JAM.—Selected Fruit and Best Sugar, All Grocers.
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