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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3, Issue 7945, 28 June 1889
PUBLIC NOTICES. ANDREW DAVIE AND 00, BEING under little expense, we are enabled to Sell Cheaper than any Shop in the Trade. FENDERS, Firehons, and Ashpans ; Table and Bracket Lamps; China, Breakfast, and Tea Seta of 44 pieces from 17a 6d, and all j other household requisites equally cheap. NDREW DAVIE AND Cw., 2ti George street, next Nelson, Moatc’s. GORDON BROS. CHOICE and Now Roses to bo had in large or small lots ; cheap. Gordon Bros. gj Quicks at 7a, 10a, 12a (id. OIfUUUu and 15s per 1000.Gordon Bros. GORDON BROS , Anderson’s Bay, Dunedin.—Fruit, Forest, and Orr amenta) Trees, Roses, etc, very cheap. ECONOMIC SUPPLY STORE. ROBERT WILSON begs to intimate to thr general public he has opened the above Store, and ' SELL - ) for Cash, at the lowest possible pricts in the City, splendid Dairy-fed Bacon and HAMS, Cheese of the finest quaßty, and General Groceries of the very best. Note address, 83 George street. ENGRAVING. HROSS, General and Wood Engraver. • Die Sinker, and Letter Cutter, 79 Princes street. BRASS Plates, Seals, Dios, Stencils, Woodcuts, and every description of Ornamental and Commercial Engraving, etc, BUSINESS and Visiting Cards. Note Address : H. Ross (upstairs), 79 Princes street, exactly opposite Pryor’s, fruiterer.
EXHIBITION RESTAURANT. EXHIBITION Restaurant and Dining Rooms, 196 Princes street south ; within two minutes’ walk of EXHIBITION Building, Post Office, and Tramway Terminus, In opening the above it will be my utmost ENDEaVOR to have everything of the Best Quality, combined with Cleanliness and Civility, trusting to my friends and public for a SHARE of their Patronage. Meals at all hours; Fish and Tripe Suppers; Grills. Private Rooms for Ladies, John Maxwell, CITY STEAM LAUNDRY. THE City Steam Laundry, corner of Cumberland and Union streets, will send their Van to any ADDRESS in Town. Orders by Post or Telephone punctually attended to. SPECIAL Arrangements can be made with Families. Gentlemen’s Shirts and Collars got up at two hours’ notice. Telephone 304. J. HARDIB AND 00. ON View: Gents’ Superior Winter Overcoats, 19s 6d ; Capo Overcoats, 39a Od ; Boys’ Overcoats, from 12s 6d. tf Boys’ Melville Suits, from 8s 6d; Boys’ Hats, Is; Boys’ Shirts, Is 6d; 60 dozen Roslyn Hose, from Is pair. Oi~k/\ Pairs Men’s Tweed Trousers, 6a 6d; O W 3 cases Men’s and Boys’ Hats, new shapes ; superior lot Scarves, Braces. Belts, etc. Qp* Pairs Children’s House Slippers. OOv from 2s lid; Ladies’ Overshoes, Is 3d. J HARDIB AND 00., No. 110, corner • Princes and Rattray streets. LUNCHEON ROOMS. * HN. MILLS begs to notify the General • Pnblic he has taken that well-knowr HOUSE known as York House, Moray place, and is now prepared to receive Boarders and Visitors.’ Rff AKFABT from 7to 9; Lunch from 12 to 2; tea from 5 to 7. Good Table; prices moderate, U. A. BRBSSEY. BRESSEY’S lor Birthday Cards—Latest patterns, just out. BRKSSEY’S for Birthday Cards—Opals and Hand-painted. BRBSSEY '8 for Birthday Cards—Oleos and Chromographs. BRESSEY’B for New Annuals—Boys’ Own, Girls’ Own, Chatterbox, Sunday. for Children’s Friend, Infants’ Mag., Prize, Child’s Own, etc., etc. BRFSSEY'S for Scrap Books-Largest (Is and 2s) books in town.
BRESBEY’S for Photographic Albums— Plush, Morocco, and Fancy Binding. RESSBY’S for New Albums (all Cabinets), Floral and Plain. BRESSEY’S for Cabinet Albums (Fancy Bindings), from 2s 6d. B RESSBY’S for Inkstands, Desks, Purses, Photo Frames, Pencil Oases. BRESSEY’S for Color Boxes, Drawing Instruments, Penknives. BRESSEY’S for Scraps—Large selection, 151 George street. CUMBERLAND STREET TANNERY 00 Manufacturers of Wool Rugs and Mats in all sizes and colors. PORTMANTEAUX in a’l sizes, made from solid Leather, Basil, etc, GLADSTONE, Brief, and School Bagf made to order; Skate Straps, etc., of all kinds. CARDBOARD Boxes of every description made; Wedding Cake Boxes always in stock. DENTISTRY. ENTISTRY.-A Single Artificial Tooth, Mfc DENTISTRY.— Not a Guinea If on a gold, palladium, silver, platinum, o> celluloid base, DENTISTRY’,— Or adjusted by pivot oi bridge and crown work,
DENTISTRY.— But 10a, adjusted in th< best and most suitable manner j 1 D D D BNTISTRY.—NaturaI Appearance and Comfort of the Patient beinp onr chief and only aim. ENTISTRY. A Complete Upper or Lower Denture, L 5 10s. ENTISTRY.—A Complete Sot (Upper and Lower), LlO 10a. S MYERS AND (!)0. make no extra • charge for Springs, Swivels, or whatever is necessary. S MYERS AND 00,—The above Prices • INCLUDE MYERS AND GO.—Preparing the mouth • and making a MYERS AND CO.—Temporary and per- • manent denture, whether set, part set, or single tooth, CJ MYERS AND CO.—Thus avoiding the annoyance and Inconvenience of being without teeth, and CJ MYERS AND 00.—Saving the chin from protruding and altering the whole contour of the face. s. 87 MYERS AND 00.—This advanced system of American Dentistry has become most popular. MYERS AND CO., the Dunedin Dental Surgery, o CTAGON (corner of George street). s MYERS AND CO., over Mr Isaac’s • Octagon Drug Hall. Entrance; Private Door, C< MYEkS AND CO. arrange to take Part or Monthly Payments. s. MYERS AND 00. administer Nitrous Oxide Gas ; fee 5s for Gas, and 2s 6d for each tooth extracted,
RUTHERFORD AND 00. RUTHERFORD AND 00. are still taking Photographs— Cabinots, los6d; Cards, 5s 6d. OPPOSITE Bank of New Zealand, Princes street. JdHN~GILLIES, FURNISHING Undertaker, 18 George street and 11 Great King street, CONDUCTS Adults’ Funerals respectably, with Hoarse and Attendance, from 70s upwards. CHILDREN’S, from 30s upwards. Mourn* Ing Carriages as required.
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