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PUBLIC HOTIOBft. GORDON BROS. C [HOICK and New Rosea to be had in large or small lota ; cheap. Gordon Bros. 5000001J*' St£ Gordon Bros. G< OKDON BROS, Anderson’s Buy, Bunf edin.—Fruit, Forest, and Ornamental Trees, Roses, etc. very cheap. ANDREW DAVIS AN!) GO I BEG to notify the General Public I have Reopened the old Premises in George street ■VSn'irii' an entire Fresh Stock of Ir.nyy mongery and Crockery, at greatly reduced prices, INSPECTION Invited. Best value in town for the money. Andrew Davie and Go,, 20 George street. MULLER AND ANDERSON. BEST Value for Cash.—Furniture and Bedding made on the premises; all our goods best workmanship. Furniture Made to NY Dodgn, Repaired, Re-covered, and Polished equal to new. Estimates given. PICTURES Framed at low prices. MUller and Anderson, formerly 120 George street (late salesman to Peculiar and Chisbolml. ENGRAVING. |_| ROSS, General and Wood Engraver. O* Dio Sinker, and Letter Cutter, 79 Princes street. BRASS Plates, Seals, Dies, Stencils, Woodcuts, and every description of Ornamental and Commercial Eagraving, etc. BUSINESS and Visiting Cards. Note Address : H. Ross (upstairs), 79 Princes street, exactly opposite Pryor’s, fruiterer. EXHIBITION RESTAURANT. EXHIBITION Restaurant and Dining Rooms, 196 Princes street south ; within two minutes’ walk of EXHIBITION Building, Post Office, and Tramway To miuus. In opening the above it will bo my utmost ENDKA.VOR to have dverytling of the Best Quality, combined with Cleanliness and Civility, trusting to rayfriends and public for a SHARE of their Patronage. Meals at all bsurs; Fish and Tripe Suppers; Grills. Private Rooms for Ladies. John Maxwell. LUNCH EON ROOMS. HN. FILLS begs to notify the General • Public he has taken that well-known HOUSE known as York House, Moray place, and is now prepared to receive Boarders and Visitors.’ RFAKFAST from 7 to 9 ; Lunch from 12 to 2; tea from 5 to 7. Good Table; prices moderate. J. HARDIB AND CO. ON View: Gents’ Superior Winter Overcoats, 19a 63 ; Cape Overcoats, 69a 6d ; Boys’ Overcoats, from 12a 6d. P Biya’ Melville Suita, from_Bs6d; JL Boys’ Hats, Is; Boys’ Shirts, Is Gd; 60 dozen Kotlyu Hose, from Is pair. iffcjnS T >< d ra Men’s Tweed Trousers, Ga 6d ; Ovv 3 cases Men’s and Boys’ Hats, uew shapes; superior lot Soarvo?, Braces, Belts, etc. Q Pfk Pairs Children’s House Slippers, O Ovr from 2s lid ; Ladies’ Overshoes, la 3d. HARDIE AND CO., No. 110, corner • Princes and Rattray streets. DENTISTRY. ENTISTRY.-A Single Artificial Tooth, DENTISTRY.— Not a Guinea if on a gold, palladium, silver, platinum, or celluloid base, DENTISTRY.— Or adjusted by pivot or bridge and crown work, DENTISTRY.— But Ida, adjusted in the best and most suitable manner;' DENTISTRY.— Natural Appearance and Comfort of the Patient being onr chief end only aim. ENIISTRY. - A Complete Upper or Lower Denture, L 5 10s. ENTTSTRY.—A Complete Set (Upper and Lower), Llolos, S MYERS AND CO. make no extra a charge for Springs, Swivels, or whatever is necessary. g, MYERS AND CO.—The above Prices INCLUDE S, MYERS AND CO.—Preparing the mouth and making a MYERS AND 00.—Temporary and permanent denture, whether set, part set, or single tooth, < MYERS AND CO.—Thus avoiding the annoyance and Inconvenience of being without teeth, and s MYERS AND CO.-Saving the chin from • protruding and altering the whole contour of the face. S. MYERS AND GO.-Thls advanced system of American Dentistry has become most popular. Qj MYERS AND 00. Surgery, , the Dunedin Dental O OTAGON (corner of George street). 8. MYERS AND CO., over Mr Isaac’s Octagon I) rug Hall. Entrance; Private Door, s. MYERS AND 00. arrange to take Part or Monthly Payments. S MYERS AND CO. administer Nitrons • Oxide Gas; fee 5a for Gas, and 2a 6d for each tooth extrooted. A. BKEBSBY. RBSSBY’S for Birthday Cards—Latest patterns, just out. RKSSEY’S for Birthday Cards—Opals and Hand-painted. RESSEY'S for Birthday Oards-Oloos and Chromographs. RBSSBY’S for New Annuals— Boys’ Own, Girls’ Own, Chatterbox, Sunday. RESSEY’S foTChildren’a Friend, Infants’ Mag., Prize, Child’s Own, etc., etc. RKSSEY'S for Scrap Books-Largest (Is and 2s) books in town. B RESSEY’S for Photographic AlbumsPlush, Moroco' 1 , and Fancy Binding. B RESTSKV ’S for New Albums (all Cabinets), Floral and Plain. RESSEY’S for Cabinet Albums (Fancy Bindings), from 2s 6d. RBSSBY’S for Inkstands, Desks, Purses, Photo Frames, Pencil Cases. RESSEY’S for Boxes, Drawing Instruments, Penknives. _ B RESSEY’S for Scraps—Large selection. 151 George street. RUTHERFORD AND CO. AND CO. are still taking PHOTOGRAPHS —Cabinets, 10s 6d; Cards, 5a 6d. OPPOSITE Bank of New Zealand, Princes street. HIMMEL BROTHERS A Princes street south, opposite the Spanish Restaurant, Repair CCORDICNS, Concertinas (with steel tongues), American Organs, Hand Organs, Harmoniums, and Pianos tuned, LARIONETTES, Flutes, Fans, Spectacle Frames, Pipes, Carving Forks, Jewellery, etc.; also Oloolc, Engagements taken for Dancing (English concertina and piano). CUMBERLAND STREET TANNERY CO., MANUFACTURERS of Wool Rugs and Mats in all sizes and colors. PORTMANTEAUX in a 1! sizes, made from solid Leather, Basil, etc. GLADSTONE, Brief, and School Bags made to order; Skate Straps, etc., of all kinds. CARDBOARD Boxes of every description made; Wedding Cake Boxes always in stock. JOHN GILLIES, FURNISHING Undertaker, 18 George street and 11 Great King street, CONDUCTS Adults’ Funerals respectably, with Hearse and Attendance, trom 70s upwards. HILDRBN’S, from 30s upwards, Mourn* ing Carriages as required.

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3, Issue 7929, 10 June 1889

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 Issue 7929, 10 June 1889

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