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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2, Issue 7920, 30 May 1889
LATE ADVERTISEMENTS. GRAND Reopening, Braithwaite’a Book Arcade, To-morrow. LIO.OOO New Stock in all departments. FOR SALK or Hire, Horae, Spring Cart, and Harness, together or separate. Lamer, 168 Princes street, F""~OR SALE, good Cow, just at the drop. Apply Wm. Glaxton, Upper Junction. Trial given. FOR SALK, very nice 4-roomed Cottage; beautiful situation. M‘Gill and Thomson, Moray place. FOR SALE, large Glass Frames; make nice greenhouse. M’Gill and Thomson, Moray place. FOR SALE, Basket Phaeton, Pony, and Harness ; Buggy, Spring Carts, Horses. Macdonald, Arthur street, N.E. Valley. BARGAIN.— Neat 5-rooraed Cottage, corner allotment, City freehold, L 12 5; small deposit. Eryaot, Dowling street. T _ 0 Confectioners.—For Sale, White Paper Cuttings. A. R. Livingston and Co. TENDERS Wanted for Painting and Varnishing Native Hall at Moeraki. Particulars may be obtained from U. Harden, at the building, Moeraki. Tenders close 7th June. TENDERS ore Invited for the Erection, in Athol place, of a Building in Concrete and Wood, for Mr Shiel. Plans, etc., at Anderson and Co.’s, George street. Geo. Thompson, architect. GRAND Reopening, Braithwaite’s Book Arcrde, To-morrow. LXO,OCO New Stock in all departments. ■ MRS GILL has now opened a Manufacturer's Stock of Ladies’ Underclothing, bought job Will be sold LESS than Half-price.—Chcmipes, Nights, Knickers, all richly trimmed with Embroidery, Beal Lace, Frilling, etc. ALSO, magnificent range Ladies’ and Children’s Ulsters, in newest materials, trimmed with Real Fox, Beaver, and Skunk, DRESSMAKING under experienced management. First-class Style and Good Fit guaranteed; lowest possible prices. Mrs Gill. DANCING afto" the Concert To-morrow , Night at Public Hall, North-east Valley. ■ Good Programme; roll up. TOASBY for Homoeopathic Medicines—3 for j J 20, six for 3s 6d, 6s dozen; Mother Tinctures imported direct. gjTIHOUSANDS of New School Books just 8 opened; Exercise Books ard School Requisites cheaper than ever. Braithwaite’s Book Arcade. WE are Cash Buyers of Rabbitskins in any quantity. Arthur M’Donald and Co,, Bond street. UTMOST valuo in Cash given for Secondhand Pianos. Chall nge Piano DepOt, 106 George street. R. R. Moss, manager. FISHERMEN and Miners.—Thigh Gum Boots, best crack proof and others, from 22s Gd. Simon Bros., George street. A LOT of Crewel Antimacassars, suitable for norking at school, from 9J to Is 6d, Miss Clough. LOASBY’S Digestive Tonic has no equal; strengthens the stomach, enabling it to perform its functions. D ORE’S Engravings.—Art Union at Macgregor Wright’s, Octagon. Tickets, 10s 6d each. OLD Letters Arrived.—Have you seen the VJT choice Ties at Masters’s? They are very b coming. MASTaRS’S 10s 6d Hats are still the top ornament on all our good-looking men. fTIHE Tin Mines are uncertain, but you can X save your tin and show good common sense by buying your Shiits and Underclothing at Masters’s. GRAND Reopening, Braithwaite’a Book Arcade, To-morrow, LIO,OOO New Stock in all departments. FJIYREE AND BROKLEBjNK. PICTURE Framing. —Moulding’, Frames, etc., of all kinds on hand and in stock. PHOTOGRAPHIC Plush Frames of the latest designs, cheap, and made to order. GOOD and Cheap selection of Prints, Oleographs, etc., on hand. Note the address, 164 George street. NOTICE.— If Alexander L. King dies not Call for his Box at once it will ba Sold to defray expenses. ALFRED TURNBULL, Duncan street. VACANCY. A SOLICITOR has a Vacancy for an Articled Clerk. Apply ” LAW.” Star Office. OTAGO RUGBY FOOTBALL UNION.] THE attention of the Committee of the Union has been directed to the fact that Members of some Clubs are in the custom of WEARING IRON PLATES on their Boots or Shoes when Playing in a Match. As this practice is a dangerous one, and quite contrary to Law 47, tho Committee desire to suppress it, and therefore request Referees to prohibit any player wearing heel or too plates from playing in a ma'ch, and to report the Club of which such player is a member to the Hon. Secretary of the Union. FRED T. HORNE, Hen. Sec. O.R.F.U. Dunedin, 29th May, 1889. IMPORTANT TO THE LADIES. Myrtle Amazon Cloth Myrtle Amazon Cloth Myrtle Amazon Cloth Myrt’e Amazon Cloth Myrtle Amazon Cloth Myrtle Amazon Cloth Myrtle Amazon Cloth Myrtle Amazon Cloth Myrtle Amazon Cloth Myrtle Amazon Cloth Myrtle A mazon Cloth Myrtle Amazon Cloth Myi tie Amazon Cloth Myrtle Amazon Cloth Myrtle Amazon Cloth Myrtle Amazon Cloth Myrtle Amazon Cloth Myrtle Amazon Cloth Myrtle Amazon Cloth Myrtle Amazon Cloth Myrtle Amazon Cloth Myrtle Amazon Cloth Myrtle Amazon Cloth Myrtle Amazon Cloth Myrtle Amazon Cloth Myrtle Amazon Cloth Myrtle Amazon Cloth Myrtle Amazon Cloth Myrtle Amazon Oloih Brown, ewing, AND CO. have just received a special shipment of 44inch Myrtle Amazon Cloth, the leading Dress Material this season, both in shade and texture. MYRTLES AND BRONZES are the favorite colors in every make of Ladies’ Dress Materials. Our Dress Department is fully stocked with a choice assortment of Fashionable Goods in the above shades. SPECIAL.—4S pieces of Ashburton Dress Tweeds in selected designs ; twenty patterns to pick from; cannot be surpassed for firstclass value; only 23d per yard; any length cut. BROWN, EWING, AND CO. MEETINGS. ASCENSION DAY, TO-MORROW (THURSDAY). JOHN THE EVANGELIST, ROSLYN. Holy Communion (Choral), 7.30 a m. Matins, 9 a.m. Second Celebration, 11 a.tn. Full Choral Evensong and Sermon, 7.30 p.m. Offertory in aid of the Choir Fund, ROSLYN GYMNASTIC CLUB MEETS TUESDAY AND FRIDAY EVENINGS. Junior Division, from 7 till 8 o’clock. 2s per mouth. Senior Division, from 8 till 10 o’clock. 4s per month. Vacancies for a few members. ’AGO UNIVERSITY DEBATING SOCIETY. SESSION 1889. 3 OPENING ADDRESS will be deivered by Mr ALEXANDER WILSON, in the Chemistry Lecture Room of the sity, on FRIDAY, 31si MAY, at 8 act: ‘ The Place of the Novel in Literad in Life.’ lambs Allew, 8.A., M.H.R., in the Friends of the University are rnvrted to ent, J. M’DONALD, Hon. Sec. OTAGO EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTE. Dunedin Branch. rHE ANNUAL MEETING of the above will be held in the Normal School on ATURDAY First, at 11 am. Business; To joeive Report and Balance Sheet; Election of fikers, eto. „ A. PIRIE, Secretary. LOST AND FOUND. LOST, Gold Brooch (harp set in pearls), near Theatre, Finder rewarded returning to Biggins and Gibson OUND, Black-and-white Dog. Apply Pryor, 62 Princes street,
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