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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2, Issue 7916, 25 May 1889
LATE ADVERTISEMENTS. i 0 to Mitchell's, opposite Dornwell's, George T ftreet, for delicious Bothonee Grapes (Is lb), Oranges, Pears, EATING and Cooking Apples, Cocoanuts, Preserved Ginger, Tomatoes-, Out Flowers, etc. Mitchell's, George ttreet. pXTRA Value in Tweed Overcoats for [i Men and Boys —Splendid variety; 7s 6d to 50a. Clothing Factory, Octagon. teed. Apply Gore Brothers, Cumberland street. 'E are Cash Buyers of Babbitskins in any n quantity. Arthur M'Donald and Co,, Bond street. "NITPING Machines. The latest im- _ proved, and at Prices ranging from LlO upwards. Inspection invited. Melville, Octagon. lAFETV Bicycles, of the latest pattprn, kJ price LIG 10s and upwards. At W. Melville's, Octagon. 'AITANGATA Nuts.—This very suitable . Coal for Stoves, etc, can at present be got from all coal merchants, and be guaranteed prompt delivery. INDIGESTION.— A supply of Dr Freeman's Specific just landed; a wonderful remedy. Wholesale and reta'l at EUhdon and Co.'?, druggists, 30 Princes street, opposite City Hote'. Also, agents for Hugh Paterson's Asthma Cure. IHE Members of the Society of St. Vincent l. de Paul return their tincere thanks to the Ladies and Gentlemen who so kindly gave their service' at tbe Conceit held on the 17th inst. in aid of the funds of that Socie'-y. "R WOOD undertakes, privately, the jl.i hj. E 'ucation of Youths mentally weak or neglected. Terms. Wood s Academy, Octagon. IVENING Classes (Nightly), Young Men _J and Youths; Shorthand, Bookkeeping, Penmanship, Arithmetic, English, etc. Wood's Academy, Octagon, PAINTERV Soc'ety will Meet To-night, at 8 o'clock, Coffee Fa'ace. A large muster is requested. 0i1 44 Boys Sailor and Knicker fruits, (5s &\J\J 6dup. Special: 150 Men's strong Wellington Tweed Tiousers and Vests, our own make, 19s Od to 23s Cd. Mollison, Mills, and Co. ATEW ZEALAND and South Seas Exh : biJLI tion.—Persons engaged in the Erection r>! above buildings can get best Meals and Beds in town at Spanish Restaurant, Princeß street south. Meals, Gd-at all hours. Beds, Is. Night porter kept. FUNERALS supplied at very Reasonable Prices and Teims. A. J. Wynn, undertaker, St. Andrew street. S~KTTE~WheeIB, Is a Set. W. H. Davies, wood-turner, Great King street. Milliard balls re-turned. OING Fast, yet no perceptible decrease in T Immpnse btock to Sell during Removal Sale at Little UoT Pan, Fire Premises To Let ,We _, must clear out. Special inducement to parties Furnisb'ng. If OTJ don t see what you want at Door, ask inside, Grand value in exchange for V 7 Pudding Moulds, Cake and Tatty Tins fall shapes), Galvanised Baths, Tubs, and RAVELLING Trunks, Hat Boxes Fenders, «. " bulky, good," specially reduced to clear durirg Sale. Little Dust Pan. LATKST shipments of Ulster-, Tolmaiis, Jackets, and Macintoshes; splendid value. Mis Gdl, Princfs street. ILLINERY —Largest and Most Choice i,ji Assortment in City to choose from. Mrs Gill, Princes street. RE3S Materials, splendid variety. Dressiy making under the experienced management cf Miss Cable Mrs Gill. Princes fltrret. "TMOST value in Cash given for Secondly hand Pianos. Chall- nge Piano Depfit, 103 George street. R. R. Moss, manager. REMSEARDT AND CO., opposite I'nion Steam Ship Company, are paying exceptional prices for all descriptions of BABBITSKINS in large and small quan u.\) titic, having to fill extensive oiders. Net cash on delivery. 'ESSRS FITCHBTT AND THORNTON, ujl SMcitois, Manse street, have Money to Lend on freehold securities. HIDDY, Seivice of Pong, on Monday, in aid Organ, for Indian Mhs-ion. Organ kindly lent Dresden Co. 0 prevent Col.'s Ladies should secure ■ warm, heavy Tweed Ulsters, for Selves and Daughters. At Mrs Dreaver's. (GIRLS' and Maids' Ulsters from 2s fid, ~K extra heavy tweed 5i Gd—worth double; Short Tweed Jacket', 0s fid. ALL kinds Macintoshes, Furs. Dress Materials, and Millinery in great variety, cheap. At Mrs Dreaver's. REUSES mide on Premises, or Cut, a r Tacked, Fitted, and Seams Machined for % GJ. Mrs Dreaver's. >ON'T Forget to give M'Beatli'n Great Clearing Sale a trial. Universally acknowledged to be HK only bona fide Bargain sale held in 1 Dunedin for a long time past. r\_ purchases at M'Beath's Great Clearing °alp. George street (next Dornwell). WINTER Clothing for Men and Boys.— Best assortment in the Colony; extraordinary value. Clothing Factory, Octagon. \j Gardens, with Baud Rotunda. Money from syndicate may follow Pritchard's compensation—nearly L5.C00 loss to City. ' OYAL Dunedin Ledge, M.U.1.0.0.F., pay m.J an Official Visit to Loyal Caversham Lodge, Wednesday Evening. 29th inst., meetircr at Manse street at 8 o'clock. A. Lorimer, N.G. ENDERS required until Wednesday next ■_ for Additions to Residence, Port Chalmers; p'ans and specifications at my office, Piinces street. A. Evans. .EIDERS Invited for Ereiting Fights' roomed Vila. T. B. Cameron, architect. RENDERS are Invited till Noon of TUES- ■ DAY, the 4th June, for the Erection of a Residence (of wood and brick) in Brown street. JAMES HISLOP. Architect. Dowling street. FOR SALE, SnpERIOR Eight-roomed Family Residence, Township of Kew. HALF-ACRE Feotion and DwelVng, containing 9 rooms, bathroom, etc., Queen street. QUARTER-ACRE Sect'on, Maclaggan street, with 2 good Dwelling-hon?es. FIGHT Qnarter-acre Seotions, Township of Woodend, Woodbaugh Valley. 100 ACRBS Land, 1\ miles from Waitati Railway Station. 20 ACRES, fenced and in grass, Leith Valley. The above Propn ties are for Eale at exceedingly low prices and on easy terms. Full particulars on application to J. AND W. GAGE, 10 Rattray street. IHE LARGE IRON SHED on the Wharf L at Port Moeraki is to be Let by Tender for a term of Two Years from Ist July next. Conditions, etc., may be seen at the Post Offices, Hampden and HilUrove. and at this Office. C. W. CHAMBBRLAIN, Collector of Customs. Custom House, Dunedin. 20th May. ISS9. LADIES' WINTER GLOVES. LADIES WINTER GLOVBS. LADIES' WINTER GLOVES. ~ ROWN, 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 instuctions to send Leading Novelties by every Direot Steamer. Customers and Visitors can rely on getting the newest Promenade, Evening, Riding, and Driving Gloves. LADIES' KID GLOVES,—The Ruddigore, Florence. Guyon (with large buttons). Russe de Kason, Pique, Ohevrette, Ohantilly, etc. (4 and 6 ola*p and buttons, black and colors). LADIES' SUEDE GLOVES, in tans, slates, grey, gobelin, white, cream, etc.; also extra long, for evening wear, in white, cream, and tan. LADIFS' WINTER GLOVKS. Russian Calf (4-clasp, also lined and fur tops), Toronto and Astrachan, Sleigh Gauntlets (with deep fur cuff and lined). LADIES* RIDING GLOVES, in tan dogskin.—The Newmarket and Gordon Tan. LADIES' CASHMERE AND TAFFETA GLOVES, endless variety; Evening Silk Gloves, all shades and lengths. CHILDREN'S GLOVES.-Ohoice selection, suitable for tbe winter season, BROWN, EWING, AND 00,
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