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late advertisements WANTED, Two smart Boys for Tin Room. Phoenix Company, Maclaggin street. NITTERS Wanted for Lamb’s and Griswold’s Machine; also, Winders and Finishers. George Searlc, 113 George street. ENDBRS Wanted for Carting away Earth. A and T. Burt, Cumberland street. TENDERS Invited, sharp, for a small job of Plastering. H. M. Davey, engineer and architect, 27 Princes street. TTI XHIBIfION. Meston’s Dairy, Royal jDj Arcade, is now Open, and replete with dairy produce of finest Quality. HAFF, 4s cwt; Hay, 4s cwt; Straw, 2s cwt; Carrots, 2s cwt; Bran, Oats, cheap. Goro Brothers, Cumberland street. THOUSANDS of New Books just opened at Braithwaito’s Book Arcade. __

FOR SALE, Fifty-inch JBioyclo; very cheap. J. Evans, Cargill road, South Dunedin. OR"sALE, 1 dander, also 1 Ferret, at a reasonable price. C. Hansen, Logan’s Point. rwNeat 5-roomed Verandah Cottago, West Dunedin; every convenience ; bargain ; small deposit. Bryant, Dowling _ TO LET, Two Houses in Black’s road; every convenience, with gardens, etc.; rents nominal to good tenants, Apply on promises; or James damson and Co. rano LET, 6-roomcd House, Maclaggan street, f above Gibson’s staples. Apply Jas, Whyte, Rattray street. TO LET, small Shop; suit plumber, painter, or carpenter; rent worked out. Lamer, auctioneer, Rattray street. TO LET, South Dunedin. 5 roomed Brick Houses; 7s, every convenience. Lamer, auctioneer, Rattray street, next Bank. LL SAINTS’ Schoolroom having been considerably enlarged and improved, may now ho Hired for Concerts, Meetings, and other purposes upon application to the Rev. A. R. Kitcbett. All Saints’ Parsonage! or to Mr C. Grater, C Exchange Court, Princes street. UQAR has gone up, but Masters’s Hats can bo obtained from 3s 6d to 12s 6J—all shapes, all sizes, and all colors. ANOTHER Rise in Wool—but our Woollen Shirts, Pants, Socks, and Under-shirts arc extra good value. A. Masters and Co., hat and cap manufacturers. STOCK-TAKING Bargains. Real Bargains—Bargains for Ladies, Bargains for Misses, Bargains for Children, Bargains for Babies, BOOMING Bargains, suitable Bargains, sensible Bargains, durable Bargains, Bargains to give satisfaction, Bargains sure to please. ILLINBKY Ba’gains, Underclothing Bargains, Babylinen Bargains, Bargains in Corsets and Hosiery, Bargains in Umbrellas. BARGAINS for Cold Weather, Bargains for Wot Weather, Bargains for each, Bargains for all. Be quite sure you buy your Bargains at 9 Princes street. EL and B. Brownlie. __ TXTRA Value in Tweed Overcoats for j* Men and Boys —Splendid variety; 7s 6d to 50s. Clothing Factory, Octagon. _

THE LADIES.—Brown, Ewing, and Co. aro showing a nice assortment of Ladies’ Silk Umbrellas with entirely new handles. Soa No. 5 window. Special display. THETIjADIES. —Brown, Ewing, and Co. have just received fu>m London, ex Tainui, One Case of 1 adies’ Umbrellas; prices from 2s (id, 3s 6d, 4s 6d, 5a (Id, 7» 6d, up to

THE Remnant House.—W. A. Smith (late with Fyfo and Cumingl, George street, opposite Nelson, Moate, and Co.’s. THE Remnant House is not having a socalled Cheap Clearing Sale, but selling at tho lowest PRICKS in Town, where Remnants of Dress Materials in all lengths can be had. T>EMNANTS of Calicoes, Sheetings, ForIX fars, Ribbons, Frillings, etc., all marked at tho lowest prices for cash. RKM KANT”Houso for Men’s Sox, Shirts, Pants, Singlets, etc ; Ladies* and Children’s Colonial Knitted Stockings, cheap. EMNANTHonBo.—A cheap line in I adics’ Waterproof Clonks, worth 255, now 12s Gd ; see these. Remnant House. T'"~> EMEMBER to get your Pears, Grapes, V) Oranges, Lemons, and all Fruits, Lollies, Pot Plants, etc,, at Mitchell’s (opposite Dornwell’s), George street OUR Long Jackets, in great demand from 12s 6d to 80s; Short Jackets from 7s (! 1. Mrs Dreaver’s. Ct EVEN Is (id bottles Cnra Clava failed; O half shilling bottle Loasby’s Corn Solvent cured corn 40 years’ growth. RS DRFAVKR’S Cheap Sale.—For Bargains in Ulsters, hundreds gone home served and satisfied with Bargains. _ Extraordinary Line of silk Velvet, striped a r d checjuod, at 1s 9d, Is lid, and 2a (id, cost lOr (id In USUAL way ; suitable for fancy work ; tho striped would make lovely Eedingotos; all colors ; see window. LADIPS who have bought our Flannel Shirts are loud in their praises ; bargains, such good quality.

TOP, lines. —R. Brown, 3 George street, having secured a largo number of Job Lines T _ 015 Lines—From the Warehouses, prior to Stock-taking, has marked them at startling prices. T'orT Lines.—lnspection invited. Goods will be sold at prices which will ensure their all being sold within Three Weeks’ time. T OirLines. —Ladies’ Silk Umbrellas, fancy handles, worth 4$ (Id, selling at 2s fld. OB Lines.—Fancy Wings, Birds' Plumes, at less than Home cost—6d, 9d, Is ; see those. OB Lines. Children’s Pinafore-, usually Is. now fid ; Ladies’ Holland Aprons, Is : Wool Squares, Oil, 9d. JOB Lines.—Ladies’ Cashmere Mitts, fid : Ladies’and Children’s Hose, 61; ladies’ Cashmere Gloves from Gd. TOB LinesT"— Ureas Tweeds, Cd ; Union *.» Shirtings. Sid 5 Cotton Shirtings, 4Jd ; Flannelettes. 4%d. OB Lines.—Stout Tweed fnr Boys’Clothing, IsUd, Is 6d up; Boys’ Shirts from la 4 id; Braces, Gd. OB Linss.—Colored Blankets, Bsfid; White | Blankets, 19a 6d : White Turkish Towela, Gd; Honeycomb Towels, l£d, 2id. JOB LinciTat B. Brown’s, 3 George street, i near Octagon.—Genuine Bargains; will repay a visit. S~~ BED Potatoes, Seed Potatoes-new and reliable sorts now on sale; Herb Boots, Cabbage. Cauliflower Plants. Pryor. IiNUINE Goliath Rhubarb Root, Gs dozen; Early Peas, Beans, Onions, Carrrots, etc,, for present sowing. Pryor, ■jj Cases splendid Cooking Apples, S 2d lb—bring your bags: Pearraaine, Golden Harveys. At Pryor’s. Ripe Fiji Pines, Oranges, | Lemons, Now Prunes, Dates, Ginger, Figs. Pryor, Princes street. rU. PBESBLY (late manager for Mr Geo « Matthews, nurseryman and seedsman, Moiay place), desires te INTIMATE that ho has commenced Business under the stylo of J. H. Pressly and Co., nurserymen AND Seedsmen, at IfiSPiinccs street south, comer of Stafford street, and has For Salea ELECT Stock of Fruit Trees, Roses, Ornamental Trees, Shrubs, Pot Plants, Khubarb Boots, and Early Seed Potatoes. OUE Stock of Seeds being entirely new, and select! cl with the greatest care, can be depended ON as genuine and reliable. Orders with which wo are favored will receive careful and prompt attention.

FRUIT Trees. Apples, Pears, Plums, Peaches, etc., Roses (H.P.s and Teas); all well grown. SEED Potatoes. — All leading Kidney and round varieties ; Vegetable feeds for present sowing. Howdcn and Moncricff. Trees, Macrocarpa, Roses, etc. Be>-t I' and cheapest at Soidolin’s, St. Ann’s road, Mornington (close to on tension tram). SWEET Sydney Oranges, Mandarins, Pineapples, Lemons, Dessert Apples, Pears, now Confectionery, Dates, Prunes, Ginger, J. Silvers! tone.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3, Issue 7945, 28 June 1889

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