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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4, Issue 7934, 15 June 1889
LATE ADVERTISEMENTS. "KS, the Imperative Sale still continues. jl Entire Stock at Little Duat Pan must be sold. "'lie PREMISES are To Let. Stock must be largely reduced during big Retrenchment Sale. Little Dust Pan. "'BEATH'M Final Sale, for 30 days longer. Every Line Must be Sold prior to closing Splendid Fiji Pines, Bananas, L\fv \.r Samoan Ontigps (12 Is), Sydney Oranges (18 Is). At Pryor's. ">IPE Winter Nelis Pears, Passion J-rait, . hl\, Mandarin", Cooking Apnles (2d), Prunes, Dates, Gk-ger, Figs (cheap). Pryor. LB Pie Melons (new shipment); wvw splendid recipe gratis; Green Ginger, Lemons, Spanish Chestnuts. Pryor. Locust Beans (the rage), Kumeras 1 (great delicacy); obtainable only from Pryor, 62 Princes street. Q TONES'" * A B 0 O Guide,' Stones' 'ABC Guide,' Stone's 'ABC Guide.'- See full advertisement, this rn.se. ■» J Kaitangata. 225; Green Island, 14s ton. Gore Brothers, Cumberland street. Telephone 540^ (ALT Butter, prime harvest-salted, fine k) flavor, In per 11). Meston's Dairy, 9G George street "ARSH ALL'S Chilblain Ointment, mvented 1860, has stood the test of 23 years. Its rapidly-increasing sale conclusively shows it is an article that can be relied on to euro; Is. M. Marshall, chemist. ' ADIES—Have your Felt Hats Cleaned and BL.J Altered now to the newest shapes. Mrs Dyson, Ootagon. TSS7ICKTJR Chairs, Austrian Chairs, Ocy/ f casional Chairs, all styles and prices, at Hooper and Co.'s Octagon Furnishing Warehouse. T HAY. Boot and Shoemaker, 186 George "" « street, Makes and Mends all kinds of Roots ND Shoes, and guarantees nothing but k best materials and workmanship. New itics put in nld boots. UItNITHRE. Walnut Drawing-room Suites, covered intapeßtry. springstuffed. T. 15. At Scoullar and f!hi«holm''!. JIURNITTTRE. Red Pine Dining-room jiJ Suites, covered in lmr-seating, spring-stuffed. LIS. At Scoullar ami Chisholm's. tURNITTTRK. Full-size Iron Bedsteads, k with Sprinsf-ftuffed or Wove Wire Mattress, L 3. At Scoullar and Chisholm's URNISHINGS.— Liroleums (just landed, n- splendid variety), Is fid per yard. At Scoullar and Chisholm's. TJRNISHINGS.—Beet Five-frame Brussels n. Carpets, 4- Cd per yard. At Pooullar and Chisholm's. FURNITURE and Fumishiwrs.—The largest s _ selection, at Cheaper Prices than anv house in Duncdin. Scoullar and Chisholm's. -. J (broken or unbroken). Price's Chilblain Ointment; fid, Is. Price, Walker street. Books Bought at Eraith white's Book Arcade. S. FISH AND SON are not Stock- \ a taklne. UT are now Landing Forty Bales >AP'ERH A.NOING?, and will sell at prices b.. from 4d per piece. OLD Drawing Room Papers, 2s per piece and see before purchasing elsewhere. ,7 " S. FISH AND SON, Princes street 71. • pouth. »UREKA.-The Patent Fjeetor Cow] is a ili positive Cure for Smo>y Chimneys; guaranteed. Asbury. Cast'o street. "ONEY.—Persons in want of Bm<v!l or .. Lnrge Sums call on P. M. Marks, Loan and Discount Offico, Dowling street. Low interest and easy payments. "ISS CLOTJOH is now makinc; Reductions ■<j in every department previous to stooktakinir. JRUIT Tree*. Apple*. Pears, Plum*, *• Poaches, etc., Roses (H.P.s and Teas); all woll grown, BED Potatoes. All leading Kidney and v .;■ round varieties ! Vegetable Seeds for present sowing. Howden and Moncrieff. |7"iNTFiR Clothing for Men and Boys.— fy Best assortment in the Colony ; extraordinary value. Clothing Factory, Ootagon. i RBAT Bargains in Millinery, Jackets, LIT Ulsters for next six weeks at Mrs Gill's NNUAL Clearing Sale. Genuine reduc-./-A. of all New Goods to half-price at Mrs Gill's. Down Trimmed Hats and Bonnets „ -- ,V from ?s lid to 21s—were 10s 61 to 635. At Mrs Gill's. TTMOST valne in Ca»h given for becond\_J hand Pianos. Challenge Piano Depdt, 1.06 Heorffe otreet. R. R. Mos", manager. E are Cash Buyers of Rabbitskins in any v * quantity. Arthur M'Donald and Co., Bond street. "ONBY aan be obtained from R. Francis, :.v a Octagon (upstairs, next Athenaeum). Repaid weekly, monthlv, or otherwise. "ILLIONS of New School Books, Exercise > ».n_ Books, and School Requisites, Cheaper than ever. Braithwaite's Book Arcade. XTRA, Value in Tweed Overcoats for m.L* Men and Bovs —Splendid variety ; 7s 6d to 50s. Clothing Factory, Octagon. "NDIGESTION Cured by Dr Freeman's . Specific; a wonderful remedy. Ellisdon id Co., agentu, 30 Princes street. jl VEN IN G~Clalses~(Nightly), Wood's *Jj Academy. Octagon. Shorthand. Bookkeeping, Penmanship, Arithmetic, Knglish, etc. Individual tuition ; select; quiet. PENMANSHIP.—NegIected Writing ImSl proved in ft few easy Lemons privately—wmntercial, legal, all styles. Wood's Academy, OOKKE a PING (double and single entry) «_»■ taught in Ten Lessons ; services rendered to tradespeople. Wood's Academy. END your Son or Daughter to Wood's Academy for business acquirements on leaving; school. Rapid pngress. RKSSMAKING Classes.—Mrs Dreaver _, has Vacancies for Pupils. Every pnpil taught five days per week, if they can find it convenient to attend. IVERY Pupil Taught To Fit On; not to - i look on and see it done, but to do it themselves. "RS DREAVER'S Sister has resumed the „. „ Management of the Class-room. Ladies will be carefully taught. STHMA.—Why suffer? Instant relief . afforded. Price's Asthma Powder, 2s and 3s 6d. Price, chemist, corner Walker street. UNERALS supplied at verv Reasonable n Prices and Terms. A. J. Wynn, undertaker, St. Andrew street. O wood-turner, Great King street. Billiard balls re-turned. ILVER and Eleotro-plated Wedding and kj Bi>thday Presents; disoount 20 per cent. Frank Hyams. "ESSRS FITOHETT AND THORNTON, jL.*ji. Solicitors, Manse street, have Money to Lend on freehold securities. "EW ZEALAND and South Seas Exhibi_t_ * tion.—Persons engaged in the Erection of above buildings can get best Meals and Beds in town at Spanish Restaurant, Princes street south. Meals, 6d—at all hours. Beds, Is. Night porter kept. IEND Eighteenpence with Name and k) AddresH, and obtain Stones' 'ABC ft uide' for twelve months, post free. 'BEATH'S Final Sale, for 30 days longer. »..» a. Every Line Must be Sold prior to closing business. ' IFK Policies—Cash advanced thereon; |_J low interest, easy repayment. London Loan and Discount Society. Manse street. BNDERS for the ERECTION of RESIDENCE at Roslyn will be received up till Wednesday, 19th Inst., at noon. R. A. LAWSON, Architect. MPOUNDED, at North Dunedin, by Ranger JL Jenkins, 2 young Bullocks (red and white) straying at Logan's Point; if not olaimed and expenses paid, to be sold on Monday, 17th June, 1889, at 12 o'clock noon. Also, 1 Eed-and-wbite Cow, impounded by H. Brenchley, straying in Botanical Gardens; if not claimed and expenses paid, to be sold on Wednesday, 26th June, 1889, at 12 o'clock noon. J. M. WILSON, Poundfceeper.
Page 3 Advertisements Column 4, Issue 7934, 15 June 1889
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