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PUBLIC NOTICES. OTAOO IRON. COPPER, BRASS, AND LEAD WORK*. Established 1862. A AN D T. BURT, « Engineers and Ironfounders, PLUMBERS, BRASSFOUNDERS, COPPERSMITHS, GASFITTERS, BELLHANOKRS, AND ELECTRO-PLAT 1 ? KS OF IRON, BRASS, AND COPPER GOODS. Old Goods Mado Equal to New. Wo guarantee that all Work entrusted to us will bo oxecuted under the strictest supervision and by highly-trained mechanics, with the further advantages of moderate charges and best materials. Trade Supplied with Iron and BraßS Castings daily. A. AND T. BURT. -EALTH, STRENGTH, AND VIGOR.— t_ja Free by Post, for Six (N.Z.) Penny Stamps, a Medical Treatise by an eminent French Hospital Fhysician, thirty years a Parisian Specialist (now retired), showing suffered how they may cure themsolves of Nervous Debility, Lost Manhood, etc., etc., without consulting a medical man. Address "Parisian," P.O. Box 7GO, Sydney. "A boon to all desiring 'self - cure.'"—'Medical ReHE "SIRIUS" AND "ORION" OPEN and CLOSE FIRE COOKING RANGES, for burning wood or coal; fitted with high or low pressure boilers. Iron Fretwork and General Oast!ag». Repairs effected, H. E. SHAOKLOOK, South End Foundry, Crawford street, Dunedln, TO BUILDERS AND OTHERS. 'ARNINGHAM AND CO., Manufacturers of the Patont Prize Range ZKALANDIA. Requires no setting, and will burn any coal. Iron Frotwork for Verandahs in great variety, VICTORIA FOUNDRY, George street (opposlto Knox Ohuroh), ■ OH N GILLIES, *P Cabinetmaker and Upholsterer, 18 GEORGK STREET, DUNEDIN, Has just opened out (ex Margaret Galbrcith) Kidder Carpot Squares, bordered, 12ft wide', Linoleums and Floorcloths, Iron Bedsteads, Umbrella Stands, Fenders, Fireiiona, etc. Carpets, Rugs, and Mats, wondorfully cheap. Patent Spiral Spring Mattresses, all sizes. Houses Furnished on Timo-paymont System. Prices sent on Application. <[®~& to £4 per day to be made by persona of "%&3- either sex, in their own localities, at work for us. New business. All meet with wonderful success. Anyono can do the work. Capital not required. We will start you. Outfit worth LI 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 timo; don't delay, but write to un at once. Address Stinson and Oo„ Portland, Maine, United States.

BOOTS! BOOTS! BOOTS! SPECIAL CLEARING LINES. SIMON BROTHERS, Boot Manufacturers and Direct Importers, aro giving substantial inducements prior to Stock-taking. a-nvnr \r /Wo hold the Largest Stock in «i>poT*T ! tho Cit y- Specialties for «i»?n}at < Wintcr woar - including best ?'±,t I Cookhamß and Damp-proof SPECIAL ( Makeg 'Women's Kid Elastics, from 5s lid; Button Boots from 7s CJ; Walking Shoes from fis THIS WEEK Cd; Evening Shoes from 4a THIS WEEK I 131; Colored ditto, 3s 6d. THIS WEEK ] Hißli Balmorals from 8s 9d ; THIS WIfEK Prunella Walking Boots, 4i ]ld ; Slippers from Is Od ; Children's Boots cquilly , clieip. f Men's splendid Shoes from 8a aw PRTPii-H otl > Balrno-'a's (sewn), 10.4 ™?H Cd: Elastics 9«<M. Gum Boota SEE PRICES Boys , anA Q irW 6xtta ttrong I Koote—jast nro prices, SEE FAMOUS BEEHIVE BOOTS. Men's strong Balmorals from 8s lid ; extra strong Wfttc-rtights, 12i Gd ; Blucherp, f« !)d. Women's strong Balmorals, 6s 11 d; Elastics, 7a 3d. SIMON BROTHERS, Georgo streot (near Octagon).

UNEDIN, 18 88. S __ Now Ready, W. J. PRICTO R'3 Splcnditt Picture of the CITY OF DVNE DI N. DUNEDIN, 1888. Secure a copy. The moßt interesting Ornament for your Sitting Room. On Sale on and after Monday, Juno 24th, Prictor's Temporary Shop, next Wain's Hotel, Princes street. \ UNEDIN, 1888.-P.e sure that you post J ono to your Friends at Home. DUNEDIN, 1888—Will be on Sale on and after Monday, 24th June, in Prictor's Temporary Shop, next Wain's Hotel, Princes street. kRIOTOR'S SPLENDID CHROMOLITHOGRAPH DUNEDIN, 1888, Is now ready, and will be delivered to subscribers as fast as canvassers can get over the ground. "\UNEDIN, 1888—The best aud most com--3 plete bit of Colonial Woiknianship ever produced in New Zealand. ■\ UNEDIN, 1888-Was well worth waiting for. You will be glad to secure a copy. UNEDIN, 1888—Count!y Subacribcrs aro informed that tho positing of copics_ will be gone on with at once, and the Publisher hopos to got through with Country orders by tho end of the coming week. UNEDIN, 1888. Shop next Wain's Hotel, Princas street, Dunediu, Juno ACCOMPANYING tho Picture thero will be a Key Plan, indicating tho principal Buildings in the City and the notablo points In tho landscape. Prico ... •■■ 2a Cd (Delivered in town and suburbs). Posted to any address 3s. The Picture will be issued handsomely framed in massive gilt or black-and-gold frames at 15s.

THE COLONIAL BANK OF NEW ZEALAND. A BRANCH OF THIS BANK WILL BE OPENED in SOUTH DUNBDIN on MONDAY, the Ist July, under the charge of Mr A. Sidney Cook. By order of the Board. H. MACKENZIE, General Manager. Dunedin, 22nd June, 1889. STHMA Cigarettes of Dr Kennedy Doug- _ '__ la?, Edinburgh (late of Tapanui); the most reliable and effeotive in the market; try them; on sale all chemists. Kempthorne, Trosser, and Co., Limited, agents. OLFE'B Schnapp3 is far and away , / Superior to all other Spirits; hence its widespread popularity.

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 3, Issue 7944, 27 June 1889

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 3 Issue 7944, 27 June 1889

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