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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3, Issue 7922, 1 June 1889
LATE ADVERTISEMENTS, WANTED Known—Ladies’American Can,. Rocking Chairs, Bs. At Scoullar and Chisholm's. - HE Girl from Malta, by Fergus Hume, Is 3d ; second thousand of Riven Cloud, 6d each. Horsburgh, FOR SALE (cheap), a good Second hand 3ft 6!n Shacklock Range. Address ** Shacklock Range,” Star Office. FOR SALE, a good Dress Suit (cheap). Apply James Andrew, Post Office. FOR SALE, Two Calves, 15 months old ! Jockey Saddle, weighs four pounds; sell cheap. Wood. Arcade. OR SALE, good Cab and Pair of Horses and Harness. Address “ Sale,” Star Office. F" OR SALE, Basket Phaeton, Pony, and Harness ; Buggy, Spring Carts, Horses. Macdonald, Arthur street, N.E. Valley. FOR SALE, cheap, or Hire, useful Horse ; suit spnng-.'-art, express, or buggy. Lamer, 168 Prit cis street. FOR SALE, St. Bernard Dog (pup). Thompson, Water street. Maori Hill; or Collier, Continental Boot Dep6t. (N OATS For Sale—Three nice Goats, cheap jt Address “Country,” Box 97, P. 0., Dunedin. ELECTRIC Motor for Sale (cheap). WertbeimDepfit, Princes street. Apply TO LET (Waikouaiti), large House, fur nished ; abo, Rooms, furnished or unfurnished. Mrs Dick’s Registry Office, Moray p’aoo. TO LET, to good tenant, a Three-’ oomed Hourg; every convenience, W. A. Newman, plasterer. Hyde street. rt-ROOMEO Cottage To Let, Leith street, i-W near Dund.is street. James Macho, King tract, coal merchantTHO LET, Furnished small House ; large 9 bathroom, piano, etc.; central. Address 1 5.J.,” Ftah Office. TO LET. 5 roomed Brick Houses, South Dunedin : every convenience; 6s and 7s, !>arner, 168 Princes street. TO LET. Two, Four, Five, and Six-roomed excellent Houses, corner Melville Walker treots ; no trams ; home dinner. TO LET, small Shop, Arcade ; also, from Six to Twelve-roomed Houses. Wood’s Boot ihop. Arcade, TO LET, 8-roomed House, Leith street, near University; bathroom, gas, copper, etc. Apply Droaver’s, Geo ge street _____ substantial Residence, five rooms, stable, .jacro. Maybank; a bargain; terras. Evans, Princes street. —Capital 7 - roomed House, stable, J-acrc; best part this favorite suburb. Evans, Princes street. ORNINGTON. Very handsome Residcnce, 7 rooms and bath ; beautiful design ; over jj of an acre (cheap). Evans. JO VET, superior Eight-roomed Residence, Moray place; hot and cold water, etc. Evans, Prinees street. SV /k To Lend in sums as required ; bOUlrv Bills discounted daily. Fitzlardingo Jones. 95 Princes street. FT?OR SALE, House Properties from LBO to P L 2.000, Puned'n and suburbs. Fitztmlirgo Jones, 95 Princes street. ■ For Sale, superior Fivr-roomod House, Leith street. Fifzharingo Jones, 95 Princes street. 7!OR SALE (Mornington), about One Acre J and 4-roamed House, L 360. Fitzhardingc rnos, 95 Princes street. rO LET, 5 anifd-ro rmed Cottages, Dunedin, Bishopscourt. Anderson Bay, S. Dunlin. Fltzhardiuge Jones, 95 Princes street. Fine Ripe Fiji Pines; Sydney Oranges, IS Is ; Samoan range”, 12 Is. At Pryor’s. [> EM^MOER! Ripe Fiji Bananas, splendid [\i Passion Fruit, obtainable only at ryor's, 62 Princes street. JK Cates ripe Pears, must be sold, 31 per 0> lb; at liberty to sample. Fruit Orkc 1 -, Arcade. "N 0 to Mitchell’s, opposite Dorn well’s, George TT street, for delicious Hothouse Grapes (Is ), Oranges, Pears, T HATING and Cooking Apples, Cocoanuts, U Preserved Ginge-, Tomatoes, Cut Flowers, etc. Mitchell’s, George street. WAITED Known—Ladies’ American Cane Rooking Chairs, Bs. At Scoullar and Chisholm’s. MRS GILL has now opened a Manufacturer's Stock of Ladies’ Underclothing, bought job. Will bo sold LESS than Half-price.--Chemises, Nights, Knickers, all richly trimmed with Embroidery, Real Lace, Frilling, etc. ALSO, magnificent ratge Ladies’ and Ghil- \ dren’s Ulsters, in newest materials, trimmed with Real Fox, Reaver, and Skunk. RBBBMAKINO under experienced manngemenL First-class Style and Good Fit guaranteed; lowest poFsiblo prices. Mrs Gill. PAINTERS. Members Old Painters’ Society requested to meet Coffee-Palace, Tuesday, 8 o’clock. John Randle, President. INTER Clothing for Men and Boys.— Best assortment in the Colony ; extraculinary value. Clothing Factory, Octagon. DON'T Forget Little Dust Pan. Absolute Sale still continues. Premises 2o I et. Genuine Bargains now offermg. k LOT of Crewel Antimacassars, suitable /\_ for working at school, from 9.1 to Is 6d. Miss Clough. ■VTEW ZEALAND and South Seas ExlnbiJh( tion.—Persons engaged in tho Erection of above buildings can get best Meals and Beds in town at Spanish Restaurant, Princes street south. Meals, Cd-at all hours. Beds. Is. Night porter kept. FUNERALS supplied at verv Reasonable Prices and Terms. A. J. Wynn, undertaker, St. Andrew street. SKATE Wheels, Is a Pet. W. H. Davies, wood-turner, Great King street. Billiard balls re-turned. FRANK HYAM3 offers Electro and Silver Plate and Clocks at a discount of 20 per o:nt, during June. fJHILBL \INP.~Chi blains. Don’t forget / that Mart hall’s is the original (invented 1806) and best remedy known ; Is. USE _ Marshall’s Gough Syrup for bid Coughs; coughs that will not yield to anything you H VVE tried. This is a well-tried remedy, and it rarely fails to effect a speedy cure. Is 6d and 2s fid, THOR those who havo Asthma. Chronic jp Bronchitis, incipient Consumption, or Weak Lungs, we recommend ATRIAL of our celebrated Norwegian Cod Liver Oil Emulsion, made by rur newly import"d machinery. Tho taste 0~ F the Oil is so disguised that children drink it like milk, it is so pa’atible. Tf contains Hypoplmsphites of Soda and L’me. Price, 2a 0d and 4a 6d. Marshall, ’ chemist. Princes and Geo r gc street”. HEN you ara suffering from violent, raging Toothache, purchase a bottle of Marshall’s Odontvlgicon, tho instantaneous remedy, M‘B EATH’-Tstcck.—Fi nal clearing; every lino must be sold at any price. BALANOB~of Dress Tweed”, French Cashmeres, Flannelettes are to go at any pri cr. ADlES’Millmery, Bonnets, and Hats.— J New Goods at ono fourth of the ordinary price. A FEW Ladies’ Corsets and balance of Underclothing ; well worth seeing. FEW Ladies’ Wool Squares and Wraps, very cheap. Balance of Ladies’ Jackets and Ulsters < learing fast THE whole stock of Ribbons, Gloves. Laces, Trimmings, Dress Buttons, and Haberry at nominal prices. > Dozen Girls’Black and Colored Cash mere Hose at lees than half usual I and Colored Velveteens, musk bo d. Blankets, Flannels, and Bed prices that must clear. M'Beath’s ting. George street. THE Girl from Malta, by Fergus Hume, Is 3d; second thousand of Riven Cloud, fid each. Horsburgh. FOR Furniture, Carpets, Bedsteads, and Bedding of every description try F. A. Hooper and 00., Octagon. EX-HIGH "Srhool Gmls’ Club usual Meeting at the H f gh School, Monday Evening, June 3rd. Music. OURT Pride of the Leith.—Summoned Meeting To-night, at 8 p.m. Initiation. WANTED Known—Ladies’ American Cane Rocking Chairs, Bs. At Scoullar and Chisholm's. ,
Page 3 Advertisements Column 3, Issue 7922, 1 June 1889
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