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public ir<m«m OTAGO IRON. COPPER, BRASS, AND LEAD WORKS. Established 1862. A AN D T. BURT, • Engineers and Ironfodnders, PLUMBERS, BRASSFOUNDERS, COPPERSMITHS, GASFITTERS, BELLHANGER3, AND ELECTRO-PLATERS OF IRON, BRASS, AND COPPER GOODS. Old Goods Made Equal to New. We guarantee that all Work entrusted to us will bo executed under the strictest supervision and by highly-trained mechanics, with the further advantages of moderate charges and best materials. Trade Supplied with Iron and Brass Castings daily. A. AND T. BURT. SEALTH, STRENGTH, AND VIGOR,— Free by Post, for Six (N.Z.) Penny ps, a Medical Treatise by an eminent French Hospital Physician, thirty years a Parisian Specialist (now retired), showing sufferers how they may cure themselves of Nervous Debility, Lost Manhood, etc., etc., without consulting a medical man. Address “Parisian,” P.O. Box 766, Sydney. “ A boon to all desiring ‘self-cure.’”—'Medical Review. THE “ SIRIUS ” AND " ORION ” OPEN and CLOSE FIRE COOKING RANGES, for burning wood or coal; fitted with high or lew pressure boilers. Iron Fretwork and General Oastlogo. Repairs effected. H. E. SHAOKLOOK. South End Foundry, Crawford street, Dunedin. TO BUILDERS AND OTHERS, BARNINGHAM AND 00., Manufacturers of the Patent Prize Range ZEALANDIA, Requires no netting, and will burn any coal. Iron Fretwork for Verandahs in great variety, VICTORIA FOUNDRY. George street (opposite Knox Church). TO H N GILLIES, CaBINBTMAKEH AND UI'IIOLfITERRR, 18 GEORGE STREET, DUNEDIN, Has just opened out (ex Margaret Galbraith) Kidder Carpet Squares, bordered, 12ft wide) Linoleums and Floorcloths, Iron Bedsteads, Umbrella Stands, Fenders, Fireirons, etc. Carpets, Rugs, and Mats, wonderfully cheap. Patent Spiral Spring Mattresses, all sizes. Houses Furnished on Time-payment System. Prices sent on Application. to £4 por day to be made by persona of X either sex, in their own localities, at work for us. New business. All meet with wonderful success. Anyone can do the work. Capital not required. We will start you. Outfit worth Til mailed free. The employment is particularly adapted to the region in which this publication circulates. Boys and girls earn nearly as much as men. Fall particulars and Instructions mailed free. Now Is the time; don’t delay, but write to us at once. Address Stinson and Co., Portland, Mains, United States. Mr t, cheyne farnie, Barrister and Solicitor, Has Removed To Offices in N.Z. Insurance Company’s Building, Crawford street. N.Z.H.C. SPORTING SEASON, 1889. We invito Inspection of the most perfect assortment of SPORTING MATERIAL in the colony, comprising— Single Breech-loading Guns from 35a Double Breech-loading Gun, magnificent value, L 5 Double Breech-loaders from L 5 to L 35 Hammerless Guns - Single and Double Single and Double Muzzle-loaders at all prices Saloon Rifles and Gem Air Guns. GUN FITTINGS. Brecch-loading Implements, Loaders, Closers and Rccappers, Crimping Machines, Cartridge Extractors, Cartridge Belts, Shot Pouches, Powder Flasks, Powder and Shot Measures, Shot Belts, Barrel Cleaners. Gun Looks and Hammers, Bullet Moulds, Wad Punches, Ramrods, Ramrod Tips and Worms, Nipples and Nipple Keys, Nipple Springs. AMMUNITION, Bley’s Cartridges and Cartridge Oases (both Central and Pin Fire), Shrapnel Shells, Shot Cartridges. Bulleted Caps, Slugs and Darts for Air Guns, Felt Wads, Cloth Wads, Cardboard Wads, Bley's Numbered Wads. THE NEW SPORTING POWDER tor BREECU-LOADERS-HALL’S “SOUTHERN CROSS,” This Powder Is rapidly superseding all others, THE NEW ZEALAND HARDWARE COMPANY, LIMITED, CUMBERLAND STREET (Near Railway Station), Dunedin. WINTER BOOTS I WINTER BOOTS Facts Speak for Themselves. (IMON BROTHERS, ) being Manufacturers and Direct Importers, can and do give the BEST VALUE IN THE CITY. f Ladies’ and Gents’ winter T>p/-vq I styles (extensive variety), by xmS InXa J makers of world-wide fame. K ppnq I See them. Largest stock in MON isKGa, I Qjty f or walking or evening WINTER ( The unrivalled Oookhams, BOOTS | comfort and durability ; the WINTER , damp-proof “Balmorals”; BO 'TB '! the Flexlbles; Wool ana WINTER I Flannel and Felt-lined Boots BOOTS land Slippers. f Ladies’ Boots, superior elast’cs, 5s lid, 6s Sd i Balmorals, from 6s lid: Button Tjmnirn Boots, from 7s 6d; Walking rp W pnjnM Shoos, from 6s 9d ; Evening IS ptXXfr-I Shoes, from 4s fid; Men’s rw PRippa Boots (Balmorals), sewn, IE 1 RICES 10g 9d; I>eggrd) 9a 6d; Shoes, 8s 9d ; Elastics, from 9s 6d. Boys’ and Girls’ (.equally reasonable, f Our famous “Beehive” Boots continue to give every satisfaction. Men’s strong BEEHIVE ” Balmorals, from 9s fid; BiasBEEHIVE ” I tics, 9s fid ; strong WatorBEEHIVE ” ) tights, 12» fid ; Bluchers, 5s BEEHIVE” lid. Women’s strong Balmorals, from fis lid; Elastics, 7s fid. Boys’ and Girls’ lat prices which must satisfy. )tballers’ Balmorals, with patent ankle pads. Note Address— SIMON BROTHERS, Boot Manufacturers, George street (near Octagon). JOB PRINTING, The EVENING STAR OFFICE la now prepared to Execute PRINTING of every description, in first-class stylo, at moderat prices, and on very short notice. Having a Large and Varied Assortment of Type, suitable for all classes of work, and Machinery capable of turning it out more rapidly than most offices, Business Houses can rely upon their Orders, for large or small numbers, receiving prompt attention. Estimates given for large orders only WUEN a genuine article such as Wolfe’s. Schnapps has earned a good name for itself, imitations spring up.

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 3, Issue 7930, 11 June 1889

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 3 Issue 7930, 11 June 1889

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