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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2, Issue 7915, 24 May 1889
LATE ADVERTISEMENTS. MAKE No Mistake.—Watches thoroughly Cleaned, sa; Mainsprings, 4s Gd. Peter Dick, practical watchmaker, upstairs, next Athecreum. INTER Clothing for Men and Boys.— Best assortment in the Colony ; extraordinary value. Clothing Factory, Ootngon. WANTED, a smart Lad about 15 for the Bottling House. Apply Victoria Brewery, Pitt street. WANTED To Buy .Ale and .Porter Bottles. Apply Victoria Brewery, Pitt street. WANTED, a respectable Boy for Railway Bookstall. Apply to W. Qilmonr. WANTED, young Lady Apprentice for the Sales. Apply Mrs Gill, Princes street. ~WT ANTED, Working Housekeeper for V T Single Man (country); must be active, clean, and have good references. Address “Housekeeper,” Star Office. WANTED To P.ent or Purchase, Five or Six-roomed House, City or suburbs. State particulars to “May,” Star Office. WANTED Known—Mrs Laughland, Dressmaker, Albany street. Fit and style guaranteed. WANTED Known Just to hand, ex Brussels, two cases Men’s Waterproof Coats, hand-stitched, Sis up ; Men’e, Youths’, and Boys’ Tweed Overcoats, with and without capes—Boys’, 9s Gd up. Mollison, Mills, and Co. WANTED Known—That Bill-heads, Cir culars, Cards, Programmes, and General Printing of every description are executed at the Evening Star Office at moderate prices. WE are Cash Buyers of Rabbitskins in any quantity. Arthur M‘Donald and Co., Bond street. QUIRT Cow For Sale, just at calving. Apply to Robert Watson, near Northern Reservoir. FOR SALE, Five-roomed House, Acre Land (well fencedl; suitable poultry keeping. Apply Turner’s Store, Mornington. FOR SALE or Hire, good Mare, Express, and Harness, cheap ; also Cart. Lamer, 168 Princes street. FOR SALE (cheap). Section in Leith Ward. For address apply Shepherd, grocer, Albany street -g Cases Samoan Oranges; largest, JL " / sweetest, and best in City ; 12 Is; cases cheap. Pryor. EIRE Melon?, Hothouse Tomatoes, ripe i Sydney Oranges (18 Is), sweet Eating Apples (3d). Pryor’s, Princes street. SPANISH Chestnu f s, new Walnuts, Figs, Dates, Prunes, Ginger; everything cheap and good. At Pryor’s, 62 Princes street. ENUINE Goliath Rhubarb Roots; 6s VX dozen ; obtainable only from the grower. Pryor, 62 Princes street. PUBLIC - BENEFIT BOOT COMPANY for Bargains in Boots and Shoes; suitable for winter wear. Try them. XOEPTIONAL Value. Ladies’ Balraorals; newest stylos; first-class quality; perfect fitting ; greatly reduced. Pee them. SPECIAL attention directed to our Children’s School Boots ; nothing like them ; wear guaranteed ; worth trying. TTNEQUALLED inducements to purchasers. Style, price, and quality certain at Public Benefit Boot Company, 46 Princes street. nn o - m or r o W~, bargains. AND CLOTHING. CARTER AND CO. would advise all buyers of Drapery and Clothing to see the Wonderful Value offered by them before purchasing elsewhere. CARTER AND CO. for Bargains. Gloves in great variety from 6d pair; Narrow Ribbons from l|d yard; Umbrellas, grandlot.fromlslldnp. CARTER AND CO. for Furs. Fur Trimmings, all the fashionable makes, from 4J: i yard; Fur Capes from 4 1 lid ; Fur Boas rom Is. CARTER AND CO. for Blankets. White Blankets, 5s lid pair up ; Colored Blankets from 4s lid. Rugs from 5s lid. See the value. CLOTHING! Shoo Crowded with Barfrains. T>oyn\ Youths*, and Bfen’s Clothing, cheapest in Dunedin. Carter and Co. FOOTBALL Jerseys leaving Carter’s shop in hundreds daily. Call early. Boys’ Navy Jerseys from 2s 3d, Men’s do from 2s lid. YIBITORS from the country should call and see the splendid value offered in Drapery and Clothing by Carter and Co. L 20.000 worth reliable goods, for cash only, at bottom prices. KNITTING Machines. The latest improved, and at Prices ranging from LlO upwards. Inspection invited. Melville, Octagon. SAFETY Bicycles, of the latest pattern, price Ll6 10s and upwards. At VV. Melvillo’a, Octagon. "O EMNANTS. Remnants. Remnants.— lAi Money can be saved by buying at the Remnant House, George street. REMNANT HOUSE—Cheapest House in Town for Drapery of all descriptions at lowest prices for cash. > EMNANT HOUSE for Colonial-knitted \) Stockings Gloves, from Gd pair; ockings, from 6d. Corsets, Aprons. Lace. REMNANT HOUSE—Cheapest House for Calicoes, Cretonnes, Curtains, Quilts, Blankets, Hollands, Forfars, Ladies’and Children’a Handkerchiefs. T> EMNANT HOUSE for Dross Stuffs. TV Good heavy Dress Tweed, from 7a 6d dozen Collars, Cuffs, Ribbons, etc BPECIAL. Tweed Trousers, 12a 6d, our own make, strong and good. Mollison, Mill’, and Co., George street. EXTRA Value in Tweed Overcoats for Men and Boys —Splendid vaiiety; 7s 6d to 50s. Clothing Factory, Octagon. DON’T Forget to give M‘Beath’s Great Clearing Sale a trial. Universally acknowledged to be THE. only bona fide Bargain Sale held in Dunedin for a long time past. 171 VERY Atticlo in stock marked down much li below cost, and must go. QUALITY and Price recognised by the Steady Flow of Buyers from morning till night. ALL go away more than satisfied with their purchases at M'Beath’a Great Clearing j Pale. George street (next Dornwell). LATEST shipments of Ulsters, Dolmans, Jackets, and Macintoshes; splendid value, Mrs Gill, Princes street. MILLINERY.— Largest and Most Choice Assortment in City to choose from. Mrs Gill, Princes street. DRESS Materials, splendid variety. Dressmaking under the experienced management of Miss Cable. Mrs Gill, Princes street. ■\TBW Shades in 2, 4, and 5-n'y Fingering JLX Berlin Fleecy and Merino Wools, Miss Clough. A LOT of Underclothing, slightly soiled, to be cleared at reduced prices. Miss Clough, George street JACOBS’S Gift~Dep6t.— Novelties in Glassware, novelties in Fancy Goods, novelties in Toys. Visitors respectfully invited. J~ ACOBS’S Gift Depdt. Hall - marked Sterling Gold and Silver Jewellery; newest patterns, and astonishingly low prices. rIHOIOEST Tobaccos, Cigars, Cigarettes, / Pipes, Sticks, etc. Jacobs, tobacconist. Temporary premises-Gift Depdt. RS HENDERSON, Nurse, Glen road, Mornington, has Opened a Comfortable Home for Patients (lying-in and others) in a healthy locality. Excellent accommodation for Invalids and Convalescents. _ MONEY at low rate of interest, personal or other security. R. Francis (upstairs), next Athenaeum. B. PARTRIDGE (from Stegg and Man a tie’s, London) has now on show all the latest Styles in Autumn Millinery, Wings, Ribbons, etc.; Ostrich Feathers Curled and Dyed to any shade, equal to new. DRESSMAKING on the premises; good fit guaranteed. Mourning Orders promptly executed. All goods of the best quality, at lowest town prices. Corner St. David and Cumberland streets. JAMES HALE, cheap Picture-framer and Cutler; Mouldings and Glass sold in small quantities. Hanover street. UTMOST value in Gash given for Secondhand Pianos. Challmge Piano Dep6t, 108 George street. K. R. Moss, manager.
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