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LATE ADVERTISEMENTS. k LADY 'S and Gentleman's Fancy Costume ~ For Sale, cheap. For address, Kggers, corner Albany Forth streets. Neat 5-roomed Verandah Cotab&\j\j tage, West Dunedin; every convenience; bargain; small deposit, Bryant, Dowling street. \0 Hairdressers and others in searoh of i. a gooJ business.—For Sale, in the heart of Westport, a well-established Hairdresser's Tobacconist and Fancy Goods Business; good reasons for disposal. Apply "Alpha," care of Wpstport ' News' Office, Westport. mTttS, the Imperative Sale still continues. 1 Entire Stock at Little Dust Pan mußt bo sold. The REMISIiS are To Let. Stock must bo L largely reduced during big Retrenchment iln. Little Dust Pan. "F you have not been, go; if you have, you.i e X sure to go again to secure 10ME of the Fresh Crumbs sweeping up and adding daily during great sale previous to removal. Little Dust Pan. 2JMYTHIES' Patent Fire-raiser reduced to 5s IO 6d and 7s 6d. J. Farra, tinsmith, etc., Stafford street. lECOND-HAND Books Bought at Braithwaite's Book Arcade. 'TMOST value iu Cash given for Secondhand Pianos. Challenge Piano DepOt, 106 George street. R. R. Moss, manager. 'E are Cash Buyers of Babbitakins in any t t quantity. Arthur Hl'Donald and Co., Bond street. MONEY can lie obtained from R. Francif, Octagon (upstairs, next Athenreum). Repaid wceklv, monthly, or otherwise. "ESSRS FITCHKTT AND THORNTON, ~ Solicitors, Manse street, have Money to Lend on freehold securities. :^EW- South Seas KxhibT tion. —Persons engaged in the Erection oi above buildings can get best Meals and Beds in town at Spanish Restaurant, Piinces street south. Meals, fid—at all hours. Beds. Is. Night porter kept. LOASBY'S Tooth Powder cures Toothache", kills exposed nerves, prevents and arrests decay, hardens gums, removes tartar. TO-NIGHT.— Great rubbing of Chilblains; Dutton's Red Crocs Ointment; one rubbing cures ; chemists and storekeepers. >EMSEARDT AND CO., opposite Union \i Company, give highest prices for Rnbbitskins in large and small quantities. ir> si. fi. Copios daily ia the Circulation of thrt Evenw« Stap BARTER'S GREAT SALE now in full swing; desperate bargains in all departments. ENDISRS Wanted, fill 27th, at noon, for .«. Removing 9-roomed House and Out-building-i, 3J miles from Brighton, and Reerecting same at Brighton. Specifications and particulars from Joseph Garrick, next Moore's, saddler, Maclaggan street. IKNDERS Wanted on Saturday, 29th Jane, m. for extensive Additions to Otara Dairy Factory; labor and material, or labor only; lowest or any not necessarily accepted. Plans and specifications at Wm. Elder's, Port Chalmers. ENDERS Invited for a Flour Mill for * Henry Harraway. Esq. Plans at Burnside and at Queen street. ROBERT FORREST, Architect, Queen street, Dunedin. NEW ZEALAND AND SOUTH SEAS . EXHIBITION. nBNDERS are invited till noon'of FRIDAY, L the nth JULY, for the ERECTION of a CONCERT HALL (of wood). JAMES HISLOP. Architect, EXHIBITION CHOIR. "EMBERS please bring their copies of ' Messiah' and ' Creation ' To-morrow Evening. ARTHUR TOWSEY, Musical Director. NOTICE. OWING to the increase of Pupils to the CUTTING and FITHNG CLASSES, I have determined to relinquish the Dressmaking Department and devote my time solely to the former, Yonog ladies joining these classes will receive the best instruction, and special attention will be Riven to Draping Skirtp, etc. To my many customers I must convey my thanks for their past patronage. MARY WILSON, 17G Georoe street (Late Kirkpatrick, Glendining, and Dobie). UNEDIN, 18 88. Now Ready, W. J. PR I CT 0 R'S Splendid Picture of the CITY OF DUNEDIN. UNEDIN, 1888. Secure a copy. The SJ most interesting Ornament for your Sittinp Room. On Sale on and after Monday. June 24th, Prictor's Temporary Shop, next Wain's Hotel, Princes street. \UNEDIN, 1888.—Be sure that you post one to your Friends at Home. UNWDIN, 1888—Will be on Sale on and after Monday, 24th June, in Piictor's Temporary Shop, next Wain's Hotel, Princes street. __ MOTOR'S SPLENDID" CHROMOLITHOGRAPH DUNEDIN, 1888, Is now ready, and will bo delivere.l to subscribers as fast as canvassers can get over the ground. UNEDIN, 1888—The best and most complete bit of Colonial Workmanship ever produced in New Zealand. v UNEDIN, 1888-Was well worth waiting for. You will be glad to secure a copy. DUNEDIN, 1888.—Country Subscribers aye informed that the posting of copies will be gone on with at once, and the Publisher hopes to get through with Country orders by the end of the coming week. UNEDIN, 1888. Shop next Wain's Hotel, Princes street, Dunedin, June CCOMPANYING the Picture there will L be a Key Plan, indicating the principal Buildings in the City and the notable points In the landscape. Price 2s 6d (Delivered in town and suburbs). Posted to any address 3b. The Picture will be issued handsomely framed in massive gilt or black-and-gold frames at 15s. YOUNG WOMEN'S CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION. r AUNDRY~ CLASSES, U WEDNESDAY NIGHT, at 7 p.m.,1 AND FRIDAY AFTERNOON, at 3 p.m. Admission: 3d and 6d. ■ONEY TO LEND On Freehold Security, at 6 Per Cent, SIEVWRIGHT AND JAMES, Solicitors, 14 HIGH STREET. LAND TRANSFER ACT NOTICES. I'OTICEIS HEREBY GIVEN that the _ I Parcel of Land hereinafter described will be brought under the provisions of " The Land Transfer Act, 1885," unless caveat be lodged forbidding the same within one calendar month next after the date of publication hereof in the' Gazette.' Part of Sections 1 and 2, North-east Valley district. James Hallß Lambert, applicant; occupied by John Campbell. No. 3,888. Section 17 and part of Sections 11,12, and 16, Block XXV., Dunedin. John LilHe Gillies and William Gillies, applicants; unoccupied. No. 3,889, Section 34, Block XVIII., Dunedin. William Henry Alexander, applicant; oocupied by Edward. William Alexander. No. 3*890. Diagrams may be inspected at this office. Dated this 17th day of Jpne, 188§> at the Lands Registry Office, Dunedin. H. TURTON, District Land Registrar.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2, Evening Star, Issue 7941, 24 June 1889

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