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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2, Issue 7921, 31 May 1889
LATE ADVERTISEMENTS /~iITIZENS, Councillor objects to Partially mentary pote for Triangle. Circumstances alter ca.cs ! Was grateful for Parliamentary vote at last Flection. Gitizeia, remember Princes street Widening, coat L 40.000 ; Pritchard’s Compensation, nearly L 5,000; Proudfoot’s Harbor Board Curhponsation, nearly L 60.000. Beware of Syndicates and Hired Agents 1 WANTED, by Hairdresser, Situation; thorough general hand ; full or partial employment. Bank Cottage, Clark street, Dunedin. WANTED, one Unfurnished Room. Address “ W.W.. 23.” Star Office. JUST Landed (ex Loch Awe), another shipment of Tea Sets (44 pieces). 15-r set; see windows to-morrow. At A and T. Ineli -* s, George street. RANK HYAMS offers Electro and Silver Plate and Clocks at a discount of 20 per c nt. during June. ■VTEW Quarterly Divisions Family Reader, J3I Something t > Read, April Family Herald, Family Reader, otc. Braithwaite’s Arcade. O-MORROW (SUurday) end Following Days wo shall show large quantity of best Colonial Blankets; great reductions from usual prices. A. and T. Ingli*. TO LET, 3 and 4-roomed Cottages ( ange, grates, scullery, washhouse). Apply Crawfoi d and Watson, Castle street. TO LET, 5-roorned Cottage and scullery, 12s; or Sell, L 325; terms. Lirner, auctioneer, 168 Princes street. mo LET, superior Plastered E-roomed House, I fronting Belt, near terminus Queen’s drive; all conveniences; fruit and flower garden good order. Q* H. Smith, Maori Hill. mo LET, commodious House of 9 Rooms. J bath, efo, Staffoul street. John Reid and Sons, Bond street. O LET, good House, 6 Rooms, Mornington; low rent. John Reid and Sons, Bond street __ G' RAND Reopening Braithwaite’s Book Arcade—LlO,ooo New Stock in all departments. Tho public cordially invited to see the new promises. 171 0 R~ S A.LB~ Basket~Phaeton, Pony, and j Harness ; Buggy, Spring Carts, Horses Macdonald, Arthur street, N.E. T' G~(Jonfcctioners —For "SAe, White Paper Cuttings. A. R. Livingston and Co. . r y>HOUSANDR of Now School Books just J opened ; Exercise Books ard School Requisites cheaper than ever. Braithwaites B iok Arcade. TOMORROW (Saturday) and Following Days we shall show large quantity of be t Colonial Blankets ; great reductions from usual prices. A. anti T. Inglis. WE will Keep Open till !) to show our Grand Display of Prime Meat. J. Wright, Oargill road. fJOLINESS and Divine Uea’ing Asscoariou. jUL Social Gathering of filembers and Friends on Monday Evening Hex*-, in ILTON Hall, Stuart street. Tea, 6 80. Tickets, One Shil'irg, at the door. Addresses and Testimony. Gases Fruit landed to-day t-x rWtJr vr Hauroto from Sydney—Orarges, Lemons, Mandarins, Passion Fruit A A Splendid Pines; Sweet Samoan Oranges, 12 Is; Ripe Winter Nelis Pears, Baking Pea's. Pryor. Fine Cooking Apples, S.h Is ; v Locust Beans (the latest novelty)—try them. Pryor. "iS Cabbage and Cauliflower X *** fv? Plants, Herb Roots, Rhubarb Roots, Early Seed Potatoes. Pryor, Princes street. RIP ft Winter Nelis Pears, Sydney and Tabid Oranges, New Dates, Fig», Prunes, Ginger, [ue Confectionery. Silverstone, BCOHANAN’S. Georg? street, for Oranges, Fating and Cooking Pear’, Eating and Cooking Apples, Lemons. DATK'h Figs, ( ocoanuts, Chestnuts, Wal nuts, etc., at cheapest rates; Homemade Jams, 6d lb Buchanan. JACOBS’S Gift Dep5 v .—Nove'ties in OU«fware, novelties in Fancy Goods, novelties in Toys. Visitors respectfully invited. J~ AOOBVa Gift Depdk. -- Hall - marked Sterling Gold and Silver Jewellery; newest patterns, and astonishingly low prices. Tobaccos, Cigars, Cigarettes, ; Pipes, Sticks, etc Jacobs, tobacconist. Temporary premises-Gift Depflt. SILVER and Electro-plated Goods and Clocks, suitable for presentations; discount 4s in tho £. At Frank Hyams’s, Princes street. PAINTER?. Members Old Painters’ Pocicly requested to meet Coffee Palace, Tuesday, 8 o’clock. John Randell, President. Reef from 2.1« lb ; Cor-ed and Boiling from IJd lb; excellent quality. Duke, butcher, George street, WlNTEßTciothing for Men and’ Boys.Best assortment in tho Colony; extraculinary value. Clothing Factory, Octagon. TO-MORROW (Satunliy) and Following Days we shall show large quanHty of best Colonial Blankets; great reductions from usual prices. A, and T. Inglis. DON’T Forget Littlo Dust Pan. Absolute Sale still continues. Premises 7 o Lot. Genuine Bargains now offering. MASTERS’S 10s Rd Hata arc still the top ornament on all our good-looking men. THE Tin Mines are uncertain, but you can save your tin and thow good common sense by buying your Shirts and Underclothing at Masters’s. WE have not much gold, but Customers can have Gold Letters; juso arrived. A, Masters, hatter. TO bo given away, 24 Currant Bushes, full bearing-Black, White, Red. Address “ Gratis,” Star Office. DUTHIB BROS.—Job Purchase :40 doz n Ladies’ Tan Kid Gloves, 4-olasp, at 4s 6i —worth 6s. DUTHIPT BIWS7- 20 dozen Ladies’ Black Kid Gloves, 4-olasp, at 4s lid—worth Os 61 DUTHIB BROS, for Ladies’ Tan Kid Gloves, 6-clasp, at 4s (id (only a few left) —worth 6). - DUTHIB BROS, for Colonial Flannels and Blankets, all rnder mill prices. UTHIE BRO?. for Ulster Tweeds of every kin rl . Grand lino Double-width Melton Clotb, 3s 6d. JUST Landed (ex I.cch Awe), another shipment of Tea Sets (44 pieces), IBs set; see windows to-morrow. At A. and T. Inglis’s, George street. R BROWN, 3 George street, cheapest t draper in Dunedin. Small expenses, small profits, quick returns. LSCEY Shirtings from S^d; Stout Cotton Shirtings from 49d, fid; Flannelettes, 4jjd ; Unbleached Twilled t heeling, Is IJd. Brown’s. SUPERIOR White Flannel from Is; Shetland Flannel from Is 3d; Swanskin, bleached and unbleaetcd. from IQjjd. Brown’s. COLORED Blankets from 5a 6d; White Blankets from 10s 6J ; special line, extra size, 18s 9d At Brown’s. \RESS Materials from hd ; Striped SkirtI P ings, Is 3d; Dress Tweeds from B|d; New Jackets from 10a PJ. Brown’s. TWILLED < retonne>, new patterns, from 4Jd; Hollands from 6J ; Unbleached Tabling, Is At Brown’s. NEW Beaded Collarettes. 8d and 4d; Fancy Sets Collars and Cuff.-’, 4JI; Bordered Handkerchiefs, Id, 2 *, up lADIES’ Hose from 61; Ladies’Cashmere J Gloves from fid; Ladies’ Knitted Fingering Hose, Is 91; Children’s do. lljd. BROWN, Draper, etc,, 3 George street, • near Octagon. Cheapest Shop in Dunedin. A trial solicited. PEOTACLES—Cheapest, largest, and bos Stock in New Zealand ; suit all sights. Macarthur’s. 38 Princes street. PECTACLES made to Oculists’ Prescriptions ; perfect fit guaranteed; reasonable charges. Macarthnr, Oculists’ Optician, 38 Princes street. STOPPING, troublesome Watches accurately Repaired; perfect satisfaction guaranteed. Jewellery tastefully and carefully repaired. Macarthur, 38 Princes street. TO-MORROW - [Saturday) arid Following Days we shall show large quantity of best Colonial Blankets; great reductions from usual prices, A. and T. Inglis. _____________ I\TEW Quarterly Divisions Family Reader, _I3I Something to Road, April Family Herald, Family Reader, etc. Braithwaite’a Arcade, JUST Landed (ex Loah Awe), another shipment of Tea Sets (44 pieces). 15s set; see windows to-morrow, At A, and T, jnglis’e, George street.
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