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LATE ADVERTISEMENTS "ISS CLOUOII is now making Reductions in every department previous to stocktaking. "NDIUESTION Cured by Dr Freeman hj l Sjiecilic; a wonderful remedy. lSUudon and Co., ogentß, yo Princes street. TTTMOST value iu Cash given for Secondyj hand Piauoa. Challnngo Piano Dcpflt, 106 George street. R. R. Moss, manager. E are Cash Buyers of Kabbitßkins in any it quantity. ArthurM'Donaldand Co., Bond street. M'ONEY can be obtained from R. Francis, Octagon (upstairs, next Athenaeum). Repaid wcokly, monthly, or otherwise. ES, the Imperative Sale still continues. Entire Stock at Little Dust Pan must be sold. Tho REMISES are To Let. Stock roust be largely reduced during big Retrenchment Sale. Little Dust Pan. UFFERERS from debility, poverty blood, kj neuralgia, feverishness, should tako Loaßby's Quinine Wine; best nerve tonic made. FOR troub'esome, itching, and broken Chilblains thero is nothing half so effectual as Marshall's Chilblain Ointment. USE Marshall s Odontalgicon for toothache, Cura Clava for corns, Tincturo Podophyllum for livor disorders. Marshal!, chemist. "OT Water Bags.—We have just received a big stock direct from the manufacturers -2, 4, and 5 quart capacity; best quality rubber. M. Marshall, chemist, Princes and Georgo streets. ILVBR and Electro-plated Wedding and kj Bi'thday Presents; discount 20 per cent. Frank Hymns. i«/|"ILLIONS of New School Books, Exorcise lfi Book», and School Requisites, Cheaper than ever. Braithwaite's Book Arcade. , TOLOGY. BARTER AND CO. beg to apologise to the v_y hundreds of ladies who could not get served on Saturday, and beg to state that owing to being bo desperately rushed they could not display one-fourth of tho many bargains they have for sale. /BARTER AND CO. heartily thank the 1,018 ™ / customers who patronised them on Saturday, and have pleasure in stating that it was tho biggest day they ever experienced. BARTER AND CO. do not fail to appreciate +J the confidence reposed in them, and will do their utmost to give such value during this sale as cannot ful to satisfy ono and all. PEUIAL.—Fresh Bargains will be turned out daily. Call early. Carter and Co. DUNEDIN CURLING CLUB. f .'R DAVID BAXTER'S CUP will be Played for (ice permitting) TO-MORROW (WEDNESDAY) MORNING. Play will commence at 10 o'clock sharp. JUVENILE CLOTHING. JUVENILE CLOT RING. JUVENILE CLOTHING. TWO SPECIAL LINES. TWO SPECIAL LINES. TWO SPECIAL LINES. ROWN, KWINC, AND CO. can with ,_»■ confidence request Heads of Families to Inspect tho following Two Special Lines of Boys' Clothing : FIRST LINE.-75 Boys' Mottled Cord Suits, sizes from Ito 8, prices 9b6d to 17s Gd; decidedly natty looking and very durable; specially adapted for this climate. SECOND LINE.-130 Boys' and Youths' Colonial Tweed Overcoats, with detached cape, Helected patterns, and our own manufacture. All Sizes in Stock, prices from 17s 6d to 2i«. JUVENILE CLOTHING. JUVENILE CLOTHING. JUVENILE CLOTHING, TWO SPECIAL LINES. TWO SPECIAL LINES. TWO SPECIAS LINES. AMUSEMENTS PRINCESS'S THEATRE. Sole Lessee and Manager .. Author Vivian. A crowded end enchanted Audience assembled on Saturday Evening to Welcome A'thur Vivian's BIELBOURNE OPERA-HOUSE DRAMATIC COMPANY. Never before has so much applause and laughter been heard within the walls of the Princess's Theatre. Every Act recalled. All the principal Performers called again and again before the curtain. THIS and every EVENING, at 8. CUKRENT CASH! CURRENT CASH! Helen Vivian as Grace Milton, W. G. Carey os Captain Mark Milton, Arthur Vivian as Ned Bowles. Supported by a brilliant cotoric of sterling Artists and Full Staff of Auxiliaries. N.B.—The Performance terminates at 10.-15. Prices: 4?, 2s 6d, Is. iALACE SKATING RINK, Moray Place. TO-NIGHT ! TO-NIGHT! GHILDREN'd GRAND FANCY DRESS CARNIVAL AND MAYPOLE DANCE ON SKATES. 200 Little Children in FANCY COSTUME. Splendid Decorations, Full Band of Music, Gorgeous Coßtumcs. Doors open at 7.30; Grand March at 8.30. May Pole at 9 o'clock. ADMISSION ONE SHILLING. General Skating for the Public at 3.30. HALL SKATING RINK. THURSDAY NIGHT-Grand Half-mile Race for Boys. SATURDAY NlGHT—Second and Final Heat of the grand 3-mile Race for handsome Medal; now on view at Allen's, tobacconist. T. H. WOOTTON, Manager. CARGILL ROAD WESLEYAN CHURCH. A SACRED CONCERT will bo given by a Band of well-known Singers on WEDNESDAY, JUNE 19th, at 7.30 p.m. The Programmo will comprise Anthems, Solos, Ducts, and Jubilees. Miss Sears, Messrs Hirams and Palmer, with other First-rate Vocalists, will take part. Proceeds in aid of S.S. Library and Land Funds, ADMISSION, Is. MEETINGS. DUNEDIN EAST. MR JAMES ALLEN Will be pleased TO MEET THE ELECTORS THIS (TUESDAY) EVENING, IN THE NORTH DUNEDIN DRILL SHED, At 8 o'clock. His Worship tho Mayor (S. Myers, Esq.) has kindly consented to tako tho ehair. DUNEDIN PRESBYTERY. iHE PRESBYTERY OF DUNEDIN will Meet for Ordinary Business in First Church, on WEDNESDAY, 19th inst, at ALEX. M. FINLAYSON, Clerk. LOST AND FOUND. ' OST, Sealskin Muff, betwoon Duudas and J tjuecu street north; reward. Mrs Wyinks, Quoon street north. ' OST, on Saturday night, between A. and J T. Burt's, Cumberland street, and Hyde street, Parcel Trousers and Vest, size 5. Reward on returning came to Shephard's Store, Albany street. LOST, Stirrup and Leather, between Octagon and St. Kilda. Reward on returning to Robt. Walker, plumber, Stuart street. TRAVED from my place, on Monday, 17th, kj English Terrior Pup (blnck-nnd-lav); reward, • Johu Ban, Rofchtaay,

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2, Issue 7936, 18 June 1889

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 Issue 7936, 18 June 1889

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