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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2, Issue 7939, 21 June 1889
LATE ADVERTISEMENTS. WANTED Known—One of the largest shipments of the season of Cooking and Eating Apples, at 2d per lb. Fruit Market, Arcade. ANTED, a Nuraegidanother servant kept. For address apply to Hopkins, confectioner, Stafford street, any quantity. Apply V 7 Watson, butcher, next Morris, photographer. GKOOKK. —Wanted by young Man, Situation as above, with knowledge of bacon cuiing. “I'rocer,’ Stab Office. KNITTER-" tor Lamb’s Machine; alt-o Winders and Finishers. Searle, 113 George street. RAPERY. — ~Wanted, a smart Junior (young man) ; permanent to suitable man. Carter and fa BEDROOM and Sitting Room Wanted by young Gentleman: no others; state tcnr.H. - Sr.cn nine-. rmilß EROS.—Colonial Blankets, large size, I’.ri IM. W r OOLS, Silks, Cords, Chenille?, Fancy V V Needlework, cheaper than over. Ladies, ca’l at Jacobii’n Gift Dopiii). fj'TO L k T, several Houses in Glen ; Two 8 small Shops, Arcade. Apply Wood’s Exhibition Loot, shop, Arcade. TO LET, Shop ami House (10 rooms); stables, outhouses. Apply D. Brown, High street, Roslyn. mu let, comfortable ft and 4-roomed B Houses; rents, is and Gs weekly, R. Blackaddc-r. EW'AO LET, fi-roomed Bay-window and Vcranjj dab Cottage; every convenience. Apply opposite Turner's store, Mornington. TO LET, comfortable Five-roomed House and scullery ; every convenience ; splendid view. Thompson, Bridger, Princes street. X Presents at Braithwate’s Book Arcade. OR SALE, 50 Acres. I’iue Hill; or will Exchange for Town Property. Apply D. Bathgate, Pine Hill terrace. CAME RAS, - Lenses, and Photo Sundries, the property of the late Geo. Davidson, For Sale. Coxbead, Octagon. mRTW. Duke, George street, for your run B day’s Joint ot Beef, Mut on, or Lamb. (JONGP.KOA (TONAL Church (opposite / Museum). —Service of Song ‘Way to Heaven,’ To-mght, at 8. Admission free; collection. T%yf RS PALMER, Teacher of Music (late of i.V.I Wellington), is prepared to receive Pu| i!s at her rcrid- nee in George street, next to Lone House. Quarter conimonces with pupil. ('I ECOM)-UAxD P.o' ka Bought at Braithwrite's Hook Arcade. K. J’ARTRIDGE (from Stogg and Man- • tic’?, Loudon) has now on show all the latest Styles in Autumn -Millinery, Wings, Ribbons, etc. ; Ostrich Feathers Curled and Dyed to any shade, equal to new. RKSSMAKING on the premises ; good lit guaranteed. Mourning Orders promptly executed. All goods of the best quality, at lowest town prices. Corner St. David and Cumbeiland streets. AMES HALE, cheap Picture-framer and Cutler; Mouldings and Glass sold in small quantities. Hanover street. REMSEARDT AND CO., opposite Union Company, give highest prices for Rabbitskins in large and small quantities. S PECTACLES.—Cheapest, largest, and bos Stock in New Zealand : suit all sights. Macarthur’s, 38 Princes street. SPECTACLES made to Oculists’ Prescriptions ; perfect fit guaranteed ; reasonable charges. Macarthur, Oculists’ Optician, 38 Princes street. STOPPING, troublesome Watches accurately Repaired ; perfect satisfaction guaranteed. Jewellery tastefully and carefully repaired. Macarthur. 38 Princes street. EXTTTa Value in Tweed Overcoats for Men and Boys.—Splendid variety ; 7s 6d to 50s. Clothing Factory, Octagon. /•O/fhi'b— Neat “i-roomed Verandah Cottage, West Dunedin: every convenience ; bargain; small deposit. Bryant. Dowling street. RABBITS.— Highest Price given for Fresh Trapped Babbits, in small or large quantities; arrangements can ho made for the whole season. Apply F. Sullivan, 0 Stafford street. TTTMOST value in Cash given for Secondly j hand Pianos. Challenge Piano Depot, lOli George street. R. R. Moss, manager, _ WE arc Cash Buyers of Habbitskins in any quantity. Arthur M'Douald ami Co., Bond street. M'ON’EFcan be obtained from H. Francis, Octagon (upstairs, next Atlienanim). Repaid weekly, monthly, or otherwise. Tlj the Ladies of Caversh-ini, South Dunedin, and St, Clair.—We invite you to see our grand display of Prime Meat. J. Wright, butcher. UREKA.—The Patent Ejector Cowl is a positive Cure for Smoky Chimneys; guaranteed. Anbury, Castle street. RIUT Trees. Apples. Pears. Plums, Peaches, etc., Roses (H.P.s and Teas); all well grown. SEED Potatoes. All loading Kidney and round varieties; Vegetable Heeds for present sowing. Howdcn and Moncrioff. FRUIT Trees, Macrocarpa, Rose?, Gooseberry Bushes, etc., etc.; strong, healthy, ami cheap. At J. H. Seidelin’s, Mornington. A PPLE Trees, Macrocarpa, best and cheapest. At J. IT. Seidelin’s. St. Ann’s road, Mornington (close to Extension Tram) MRS DREAVER’S Extraordinary Cheap Cash Palo of Warm Winter Clothing. Sec windows ; never such bargains before. TADIES’ fine Flannel Skirts, embroidered J with silk, f>3 Ud—usual price, 14s 6d. Call early, get lirst pick. LONG Cloth Jacket), lls (id, 15s (id, 17s (id, and 20s—worth 3 times the money. Sue goods and price?. IADIEV Russian Cloaks, 18r Gd to 30s—_J worth 50s; the greatest bargains ever seen in Dunedin. Mrs Dreaver’s. TAKE Particular Notice.—This is not a Sale of Old Goods that nobody wants, but the latest Winter Goods at less than half-price. Mrs Dreaver’s, 50 George street, Dunedin. DUTHIE BROS.—Ladies’ Jacket*, Ulsters, and Millinery at reduced prices. PEEP-O’-DAY Alarm and other Clocks; sterling Silver ami Gold Jewellery; very cheap. Jacobs’s Gift Depot. C(OUNTRY People requiring White. Wonl- ; len, or Regatta Shirts, good value for cash, please call at Masters. C COUNTRY People requiring a good Hat at a > reasonable price and to wear well, please call at Masters, the leading Hat and Cap manufacturer. -■ Bunches ripe Bananas, Is dozen; J. VfVf Pines, Grapes, sweet Oranges, Winter Nclis Pears, cheap Cocoanuts. Bull. KIK A Tons Apples, from 51b Is; Sterner, OvM* Crab, Pearmaiu, Rnssots, New York Pippins, Stone Pippins. Bull. I AAA Head splendid Turkeys, Ducks, i*f"l \7 Roosters, Geese—all young, fat, and cheap. BrJ], CHOICE Grapes, ripe Bananas, luscious Eating Pears, Dessert and Cooking Apples, Figs, Dates, Ginger, Prunes. SPLENDID Assortment of lollies and Chocolates; superior Jams; Pot Plants, etc, Mitchell’s, opposite Lornwell’s, George street. 1 /kiY Cases splendid Cooking Apples (2d I VF \ f lb), French Crabs (3d), Baking Pears. Pryor, Princes street. Pryor. HA A Cases sweet Samoan and Sydney 4vv Oranges, Bananas, Pines, Golden Harvey Apples, fresh Pines. "VTEW Season’s Section Honey, Prunes, Dates, Ginger, Figs, Chestnuts, Locust Beans, fresh Kumcras. Cheap at Pryor’s. GENUINE Goliath Rhubarb Roots (Gs dozen, buy from the grower), Herb Roots, Cabbage, Cauliflower Plants. Pryor. Benefit Boot Company are dotcrmiued to maintain their reputation for Men’s Strong Wearing Boots. PUBLIC Benefit Boot Company.—Special Manufacture School Boots for Children, Guaranteed best value iu the City. PUBLIC Benefit Boot Company.—Ladies, inspect our Stock of Balmoral, Button, and Elastic Boots. Positively cheap. PUBLIC Benefit Boot Company.—Novelties j in Ladies’ Walking and Evening Shoes, Winter Slippers. All great bargains, PUBLIC Benefit Boot Company offer extra- 1 ordinary value, good style, cutting prices for cash. R. B. Ingram, Manager. MARSHALL’S Chilblain Ointment is the best remedy known ; cures broken and unbroken ; Is, M. Marshall, chemist. j
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