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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3, Issue 7949, 3 July 1889
LATE ADVERTISEMENTS. PREVIOUS to Stock-taking we are showing Fresh Bargains daily. Como and see. A. and T. Inglia. *\TEW ZEALAND and South Seas ExhibiJ3I tion. —Persons engaged in the Erection of above buildings can get best Meals and Beds in town at Spanish Restaurant, Princes street south. Meals, 6d—at all hours. Beds, Is. Night porter kept ; Messrs' fitohett and thornton, Solicitors, Manse street, have Money to Lend on freehold securities. TO-NIGHT.— Great rubbing of Chilblains; Dutton’s Red Cross Ointment; one rubbing cures ' .chemists and storekeepers. ÜBT Landed—A shipment of Verity Bros.’ Improved Patent Gas Fires, Anderson and Morrison. "fTTMOST value in Cash given for Secondhand Pianos. Challenge Piano Depdt, 106 George stn-et. Tt. R. Moss, manager. WE are Cash Buyers of Kabbitskins in any quantity. Arthur M‘Donald and Co., Bond street. MILLIONS of New School Books, Exercise Books, and School Requisites, Cheaper than ever. Braithwaite’s Book Arcade. RS LITZBNBEKGEB, George street, given the highest price for Ladies’, Gents’, and Children’s Second-hand Clothing. FANCY Costumes For Sale or Hire, Mrs Li'zenberger, dealer second-hand clothIng, 91$ George street. ARRIVED, ex Doric, shipment of Chandeliers, Brackets, and Hall Lamps, etc.; splendid value; inspection invited. Anderson and Morrison. CHAFF. 4s cwt; Hay, 4s cwt: Straw, 2s r.wt ; Carrots, 2s cwt; Bran, Oats, cheap. Gor" Brothers, Cumberland street. IF you have Heavtbnrn, Pains or Depressed Feeling after Eating, Flatulence, Water Brash, take Loaaby’s Digestive Tonic. INLIJAbI. Oratorio.—New edition on Sale; Li price 2s 6<L Cbas. Begg and Co. PREVIOUS to Stock-taking we are showing Fresh Bargains daily. Come and see. A. and T. Inglis. PASTA MACE, for Bath and Toilet use, AT BANNISTER’S "GRAND PHARMACY,’ High street. IN THE ESTATE OF MARGARET LAMBION, Deceased. ALL PERSONS having Claims against the Estate of the above-named Deceased are requested to render the same, with full particulars, to the undersigned before the tenth day of July current, A. BATHGATE, Solicitor, Rattray street. Dunedin, 3rd July, 188!). GREAT FAILURE IN THE LEATHER TRADE. BOOTS AND SHOES are now being Sold at Ruinous Prices. Remember ! WE POSITIVELY MUST SELL. Do not mistake the Shop ! THE CONTINENTAL BOOT DEPOT (Opposite Post Office). w M. PATRICK, 200 PRINCES STREET, Begs to inform his Customers and the public generally that he can still supply them with the CELEBRATED MERINO MUTTON, From the RED CASTLE ESTATE, Having Fresh Consignments Weakly. BOROUGH OF MAORI HILL EXTRAORDINARY VACANCY FOR COUNCILLOR IN SOOTH WARD. 'KCTOTIOE.—An Election for One Councillor (in place of George Halliday Smith, resigned) will take place on Monday, July 15; and Nominations must be left in the letter-box at the Bchoolbouse, Maori Hill, before noon on Thursday, July 4 Blank Nomination Forms may be obtained from the Maori Sill and Woodhaugh Stores. E. 8. CLARKE, Returning Officer. June 21, 1880.
OW ON. OW ON. NOW ON. NOW ON. NOW ON. NOW ON. NOW ON. NOW ON. NOW ON, The Mossier Sale of Sclanders and Co.’s WHOLESALE STOCK OF DRAPERY AND CLOTHING, amount' iug to LIT,OOO. GLSNDININCr AND DOBIE wish it to bn clearly understood that every line must go, as they are not continuing business. ALBERT BUILDINGS opposite General Post Office)
N D R E. W LESS (Established 1859), 48 GEORGE STREET. WHOLESALE PRICES FOR CASH, PICTURE-FRAME MOULDINGS, Sixty-five Different Patterns to choose from, At from SIXPENCE PER LENGTH (9 feet) AND UPWARDS. ONLY PILKINGTON’S ENGLISH SHEET GLASS KEPT IN STOCK, Admitted by all to be far the best Glass for Pictures and other purposes. 140,000 feet of all the different stock sizes always on hand. WHOLESALE PRICES FOR CASH. ANDREW LEES, 48 GEORGE STREET. [.Established 1859.]
JUVENILE CLOTHING. * JUVENILE CLOTHING. JUVENILE CLOTHING. two speoial’linbs. TWO SPECIAL LINES. TWO SPECIAL LINES. BROWN, EWING, AND CO. can with confidence request Heads of Families to Inspect the following Two Special Lines of Boys’ Clothing FIRST LINE.—7S Boys’ Mottled Cord Suits, sizes from Itoß, prices 9sfid to 17s fid; decidedly natty looking and very durable; specially adapted for this climate. SECOND LINE. —l3O Boys’ and Youths’ Colonial Tweed Overcoats, with detached cape, selected patterns, and our own manufacture. All Sizes in Stock, prices from 17s fid to 255. JUVENILE CLOTHING. JUVENILE CLOTHING. JUVENILE CLOTHING. TWO SPECIAL LINES. TWO SPECIAL LINES. TWO SPECIAL LINES,
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