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Page 1 Advertisements Column 6, Issue 7921, 31 May 1889
PUBLIC NOTICES. OPINION OF THE PRESS. “ X ORNE HIGHLAND WHISKY.—It is -1-i of the finest pure malt that the highly piizod and ever enjoyable Lome Highland Whisky is made—its distillation and aftermanipulation are so thoroughly understood and so conscientiously carried out by the proprietois, 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.’ JgBST AND CHEAPEST MEAT IN TOWN. Abundance of Lamb, Is and Is 6d per quarter. LAWRENCE, Bdtchek, George street. Small Goods in great variety. Beautiful Boiling aud Corned Beef, lid per lb. PRIME SHROPSHIRE DOWNS. THAVE just secured a large draft of the above Sheep, in splendid condition, aud am prepared to supply the Public at about the same price as the rubbish which is usually hawked about the streets in carts. ARTHUR KANDBLL, Butcher, Maclaggan street. GREAT FINAL CLEARING SALE OF W. M'BFATH’S STOCK, GEORGE STREET, DUNEDIN. WT. ’ T A L B O Y S • having Purchased the above Stock and Book Debts, has determined to Clear Out the Whole of the Stock in a few weeks, every article liaving been Re-marked at L.TSSS THA.II cosr PRICE, The Public may rely upon getting bargains in FIRST-Ct ASS GOODS at Nominal Prices. Every Line must be Sold for CASH ONLY. SALE NOW ON. SHOP OPEN 10 a.m. FIRST ORDER OF MERIT, Melbourne Exhibition, 1888-89. HUGO WERTHEIM received First Order of Merit for his FAMILY SEWING MACHINES; and Second Order of Merit for Superior TABLE and COVERS and APPLIANCE, there beirg no first given for woodwork He received also Gold Medal at Barcelona and First Order of Merit at Adelaide. DUNEDIN DEPOT: Princes street (near Oo’agsn). R, LOOHHEAD, Manager. PORTOBBLLO ROAD BOARD. XTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that it is J3I intended to CLOSE a Road Line between Sections 3 and 4, Block 11., Otago Peninsula. Plan of said Road cm be seen at Mr Baynbird's, N.E. Harbor. T. PORTERFIELD, Clerk. Jj VEN 1 N G STAR. The Evening Stab circulates extensively in Burnside, Green Island, Mosgiel, the Taion, Outram, Greytown, Otakia, Waihola, Tokomairiro, Stirling, Inch-Clutha, Balelutha, Lawrence. Clinton, Gore, Invercargill, Waitati (Blueskin), Seacliff, Waikouaiti, Palmerston, Dunback, Oamaru, Ravensbourue, Rothesay Port Chalmers and suburbs, Andersons Bay, the Peninsula, etc., etc. The Stab is delivered at the station on the Northern Trunk Line by the train leaving Dunedin at 4.12 p.m.; Clutha and Lawrence Railways immediately after the arrival of the 4.20 p.m. train from Dunedin ; and at Ravensbourne and Port Chalmers on the arrival of the train leaving Dunedin at 5,15 p.m. TO Cure all kinds of Symptoms use Wolfe’s Schnapps; be sure you obtain Wolfe’s. BACOOK’S Jams.—These Jama are made f rom the best fruit and sugar. Sold every. where. See that you get them. _____ DVERTISBMBNTS intended for insertion in the Country Edition of this Journal should be sent to the office not later than 2 p.m. WATCHMAKERS. [Established 18621 Gand t. young, • IMPORTERS, PRACTICAL WATCH AND CLOCK MAKERS, MANUFACTURING JEWELLERS, 88 PRINCES STREET, DUNEDIN; Lambton Quay, Wellington Great North Road, Timaru; Thames street, Oamaru. G. AND T. YOUNG hold by far the Largest and Best Selected Stock of Watches, Clocks, Jewellery, Sterling Silver and Electro-plated Goods, Aneroids, Field and Opera Glasses, Spectacles, eto., in the colony. They desire to call special attention to the fact that while their articles for sale are of the BEST QUALITY, their prices are not higher than those of minor establishments, their object being to secure a large amount of patronage, and at the same time the approval of their customers. Inspection respectfully invited. EDUCATIONAL. SINGING, VOICE PRODUCTION, AND PIANOFORTE. MRS WM. MURPHY (Pupil of Madame Chambers), Music Studio, High street 3 doors above Princess’s Theatre). VIOLIN AND PIANOFORTE STUDIO (above the Dresden Pianoforte Warehouse).—Mr EPHRAIM PARKER (Teacher of the Violin) and Mr JOSEPH MOSS (Teacher ot the Pianoforte and Singing) will receive Pupils at the above address. Bands supplied for Theatrical Performances, Concerts arranged, and Vocalists provided. Balls and Evening Parties attended. Private address: The Laurels, Albany street,
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