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Among the principal manufactures of the Colony are to lie reckoned the Jams produced at Nelson by Messrs KiBKPATRICK AND CO. Tho »S----surance of the manufacturers that none but the Purest Colonial-grown Fruits are used by them is amply borne out the quality of the article they supply, and to which it would be impot Bible to find anything superior. By patronising J£ IRKPATftIOK'3 "K" BRAND OF JAM housekeepers will not only bo doing their best to encourage the local induitries so necessary for the welfare of the Colony, but will provide their households with Jams that for wholeaomeness, pmity, and richness may challenge the world. -«N.Z. Tablet,' August 10, 1888. •EW ZEALAND LOAN AND jli DISCOUNT BANK Moray Place Lopposite Criterion Hotel). M< J>ey advanced on Personal and other Security. Loans granted torn L 5 to L.5,000, repayable by weekly or monthly instalments. Loins of U tepayable Da weekly; Loans of LlO repayable 19s weekly; Loans of Lls repayablo '.ss weekly; Loans of L2O repayablo 20s weekly—and so on up to L 5.000. No law costs and no expenses but the actual rate of interest. Bills discounted daily at current rates. No delay, and the strictest seorocy guaranteed. Office hours: 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.; Mondays, 9 a.m. to 8 p.n».; Saturdays. 1 a.m. to 1 p.m.; Saturday Evening, 0 to 8 o'clock. I. ISAACS, Manager. YOU CANT GET OVER THH ! HAT Half-Bottle of Loasby's Corn Solvent .__ Cured Jamas D. Hutton, of St. Kild* Hotel, of Corn of 40 years' growth, after (7) seven Bottles of Cura Clava failed. James Read, Burnside, found no moro benefit from Two Is 6d Bottles of Cura Clava than if it had been cold water. Half a shilling Bottle of Loasby's Corn Solvent Cured him. Hundred* of testimonials have been sent unsolicited to A. M. Loasby extolling tho wonderful superiority of Loasby's Corn Solvent over Cura Claya and every other corn remedy made. Loasby's Corn Solvent is double size and strength of Cura Clava, and only two-thirds the prico—viz., la. FEW ADVANTAGES DREBDBN PIANO COMPANY'S HIRE PURCHASE SYSTEM. Ist—No matter you live, it enables you to become the owner of a thoroughly good and sound Pianoforte or American Organ by simply Paying the Hire for a stated period. «nd—Possession is obtained on Payment of the First Monthly or Quarterly Instalment. 3rd—No Further Expense whatever is incurred beyond the instalments for the period agreed on. 4th—The Piano or American Orgin can be Exchanged for oue of a Better Class at any time within the period of hiring, th—An excellent Piano or Organ (warranted for ten years) can be obtained for a deposit of 30s and payment of 30s monthly. gth—A First-class Guarantee is given with every Instrument purchased. 7th— Catalogues, Terms, etc., sent Post Free on application. SHEET MUSIC A SPECIALTY. THE DRESDEN PIANO CO.'S DEPOT, 31 Princes street, Dunedin. J. A. X. BIEDLE, Manager. MONEY. GOLDEN FLEECE LOAN AND DIS OT COUNT OFFICE, Dowlino stbbet. Loans advanced from L 5 and upwards on personal or any other security; repayable by weekly instalments, or to huit Borrower?. Tradesmen's Bills Discounted. Money Lent on Diamonds, JewolUry, or any available security. R. M. MARKS, Proprietor. LL CAMFRON'S Brands are the best in i. the market. Do not be deceived by other makep. D.I.C. ANNUAL STOCK-TAKING BARGAIN TABLES HAVE NOW COMMENCED. All Reduced Goods are Ud out on Special Tables, and marked in plain Red Figures. P. LAING, Manager. B. BALLENSTEIN, Chairman of Direitors. 112 PRINCES STREET (Exactly opposite Cargill's Monument). OHN P. ARMSTRONG r Dentist. FEES. Full Set Artificial Teeth ... L 8 Stoppings, from •*>* Painless Extraction 5a Ordinary Extraction .„ ... 2s 6d Nitrons-Oxide Gas Extraction 7a 6d Regulating Cases, Gold Stoppings, etc. according to cases, PAINLESS EXTRACTIONS. This anaesthetic leaves no unpleasant after offocts upon the general health. It is used without the slightest inconvenience or nausea, and although the patient feels no twinge of pain during the extraction he has not a minute's uneasiness afterwards. ARTIFICIAL TEETH. For L 8 patients can obtain a Bet of artificia eoth unsurpassed in the colony. For mastica«a and articulation these sets are unrivalled, the material and workmanship being superior to May offered here before. Increased patronage and better material enable me to offer lor L 8 what was formerly charged double the money for. A very large stock of teeth gives unequalled facilities for suiting special and difficult caßes. Gold stoppings a specialty. Arrangements can alwayß be made for paymeat by degrees. Scrupulous care is taken with each and every case, ensuring best and uniform results. Hours of Attendance—From 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. PUBLIC NOTICE. ,„E 'EVENING STAR' RUNNERS' _ SOCIETY Driver Bills, Circulars, Plans, oto., from house to fcouse, in any district in Punodin and Suburbs, from Is 6d per 100. *or Information, etc., apply to the Publisher, •fiiee of this paper. DBNHSTRY.— Read our Advertiseeaent on Fatutb Page. S. Myers and Co., Oott tgon (corner at George street), SAFETY, BRILLIANCY, ECONOMY. ELECTRIC OIL (Pure IVater-white). I High Test 150deg. Patent Tap as£ Filler. Entirely free from aay disagreeable odor. Don't forget to aek your grocer for it. Shipment now landisg ez Mabel. •ONI>OH LOAN AND DISCOUNT I SOCIETY, 8 MANSB fipBXBT. LOANS frem LlO to I*lo,ooo, payable to suit convenience of Borrowers. Trade Bills discounted. Money advanced to persons entitled to money in England or elsewhere. HENRY BENJ4MIN, '""' Manager,

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1, Issue 7969, 26 July 1889

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 Issue 7969, 26 July 1889

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