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LATE ADVERTISEMENTS. J" OASBY'.S Irish Mots is pleasant anil g 4 effectual; never fails; stops most distressing cough ;Is .'id. All grnceiH. Chamiing varieties Flower Seeds for . v \j 2s Gd ; all gt-nuine new Erfurt grown; only limited quantity. Bull. 7 ANTED Known—Tramway Restaurant, Rattray street: Meals, Oil; the best I iud most eential, and most handy. / 'ANTKTrkno.Tn-27<> Cases of Orange-, (18 a Is), 125 Cases Apples at 2J per I II*" Onions 2d per lb. Fruit Market, Arcade. T ANTED To Sell or Exchange, 750 Pairs I » t of Choice Fowls; most of them prizetakers. Poultry Market, Arcade. ,i ANIFiD, respectable Girl, about 15 or 10, t t to assist in Homework. For address apply Mrs Stephenson, above Friendly Societies' Dispensary entrance, Moray place. f ANTED, 5-ronmed Cottage (verandah, » t bay window, 10 minutes' from Post Office), immediately. " Eccles," Stak Office. [/ANTED to Adopt, a superior Girl, aged S years. "Girl," Stak Office. ANTED To Buy, first-olasa Theodolite; t y must bo i«> perfect working order. "Protractor." STAH Office. ROOMS, with Board, Wanted in pleasant looality; hills. "Diogenes," Star Office. ~\/W RS BARRATT, 60 Princes street, Wants IYJL Female Oooks (no washing, 20s), General foivants (liJj), lUusemaid, Waitress. CLERK Wanted, for 2 or three weeks Apply to Carter and Co., the ready money drapers, George street. SITUATION Wanted by young Lady in any 5 light Baßinefls._^Beta/'_STAR_Oflice. MISS ALLAN~Wants Housemaids and Waitresses (hotels), Cooks and Laundresses, Housemaids, Mtrse (small family), General Servants. TO LET, Seven-roomed House, opposite Grange Store, Forth street; rent, 18a weekly ; fruit garden, etc. nnO LE i", superior 14-roomed House. Apply L R. T. Wheeler, Bandon Villa, Dowliog Btreet. TO LET, Roslyn, convenient 5 roomed Cottage. John Reid and Sots, Colonial Bank Buildings, Bond street. 0 LET, nice Five-roomed verandah Cotjl tage, Lees street, nxt Fernhill Club. J. Henry, Walker street. POtTSALF, Grand Magic Lantern (oil or lime), with Hot Descriptive Slides and Lecture. 139 Princes street. OR SALE, good Stove; No. 8 Pansy. For address, Mitchell, Sunnydale express. £*f%f\£\— Neat 5-rooraed Verandah Cota&fa\j\J tage, West Dunedin: every convenience ; bargain; small deposit. Bryant, Dowling street. BRIGHTON.-For Sale, Quarter-acro Section (central part, close to beach\, House, and stable; cheap. Apply W. H. M'Keay, I solicitor, Princes street, Dunedin. HOUSANDS of New Books just opened at Bra'thwaite's Book Arcade. MAMMOTH Variety of Winter Games at _Jk. Braithwait«'a Book Arcade; New Game "Pigs in Clover " beats everything 1 DROOL Books, Exercise Books, and Pchool r.) Rci"|uisitea cheaper than ever, At Braithwaite's Book Arcade. IT is a strict rule at Braithwaitcs Book Arcade that no one is asked to buy ; hence those who want anything should ask the attendant for it, otherwise they cannot get served. Rhubarb, Rhubarb, Rhubarb, Bhuvr vr baib, Rhubarb, Rhubarb, Rhubarb, Rhubarb, Rhubarb, Rhubarb, Rhubarb, Rhubarb, Rhubarb, Rhubarb. Bull. UITABLK for Hotel or Office; 2 Jones Sewing Machines, in good ojder. Wood, waterproof bootmaker, Arcade. "AKE No Mistake.—Watches thoroughly Cleaned, ss; Mainsprings, 4s Gd. Peter Dick, watchmaker (upstairs), next A'-het.-eum, Octagon. IRY DUKF, George street, for Prime Joints I Beef, Mutton, Small Goods, etc., all of the best quality. IPASBY'S Tooth Powder stops decay, preJ vmts and cures toothache, whitens the teeth, hardens the gums; 2i, URKat tho Exhibition would caus l ) acornjl motion, and Masters will cause a commotion with tho new stock of Hats, Caps, Tieß. and Shirts ho has just received; beautiful goods. SHAKESPEARE knew what he wai about O whon he wrote 'Richard the Third,' but he did not know tint Masters was selling Richaid the First, with Shakespeare Collar?, for Is 3d; all color*. ON'T go about with an untidy Shirt and l. Collar, when you can procure a full rig-out, and appear quite the geatleman, for 1, 3d. At Masters'?, the leading housa for Fashionable Goods. ;>KST Assortment ot W ate roroofs.—Every ■ 5 Coat sewn throughout; all sizes; 25s to 70j. Clothing Factory, Octagon. TTTMOST value in Cash given for Second\J hand Pianos. Chall nge Piano Depflt, 106 George street. R. R. Moss, manager. 'E are Cash Buyers of Rabbitskins in ar.y I » t quantity. Arthur M'Donald and Co., I Bond street. I ALONG Felt Want Supplied. Miss -Wilson (late Kirkpatrick and Glendin-1 ng) is conducting Cutting and Fitting Glasses I 'ITH Marked Success. Pupils thoroughly I t t Taught Dressmaking; latest Styles I and Finish. 176 Geoi go street. I 'ANTED To Buy Ale and Porter I » t Bottles. Apply Victoria Brewery, Pitt I street. „ I LE. PARTRIDGE (from Stagg and • Mantle's, London) is now Clearing Out all Winter Goods at a great reduction. Ostrich Feathers Curled and Dyed to any shade, equal to new. RESSMAKING on the premises; good fit ._, guaranteed. Mourning Orders promptly executed. AH goods of the best quality, at lowest town prices. Corner St. Dav'd and Cumberland streets. "AMES HALE, cheap Pioture-framer and I tj Cutler; Mouldings and Glass sold in 1 small quantities. Hanovet street, I VTOSGIEL, English, and Scotch Lambswool I IfjL Underclothing ; warm, cheap, durable ; I superb variety Clothing Factory, Octagon. I "OriCE.—During sale Mrs Dreavcr will I a. i Make Dresses, if bought in shop, at I 10.< Gd, very Btylhhly. I MRS DREAVER'S Cheap Sale.-Ext-a-ordinary bargains in Dress Matoriall; Dress Length, 1.2 a Gd - worth 25s ; see windows XTRAORDINARY Bargains in Corsets; job line, less than English cost; see I gcodß and prices in window. 71 XTRAORDINARY Bargains in Long }J Jackets, Short Jackets, Ulsters, Russian Cloakp, Flannel Skirts, Millinery; half-price. Dreaver's. MRS DREAVER'S Cutting. Fifing, and Dressmaking Classes, by tcientific system ; dozens of testimonials from ladies who have learned the system. !«/■ R3 DREAVER Teaches Pupils 5 DaytLVX a Week, until proficient, for 30d; vacancies for a few pupils. LADIES' Own Material Cut, Fitted, and Seams Machined for 2s 6d, by scientific system. Mrs Dreaver's. | fkl~k Oases Fruit, just landed—Passion A\J\J Fruit, Pines, Oranges, 18 Is; French Crabs, 3d lb. ~| i"k 4 W Bunches fine ripe Bananas, Eating JL "'" and Cooking Pears, Prunes, Dates, Ginger, Figs. At Pryor's. 1 "I OfkLß* Pie Melon, ex Waihora; 1-JLiV" splendid recipe gratis. The most economical preserve made. Pryor. ~m fWfV T<m* Apples, Oranges, MandttvcLS, I JL"" Fines, Lemons, delicious Pears; extremely cheap; please bring your bags. Bui!, R BROWN, 3 George Btreet, near Octagor, . Ready-money Drapers, Small expenses, small profits, quick returns. > BROWN'S Cbaiinir Lines. Br.ys' Colored Moleskin Trouseis-f jrmerly sold 4s 9d to 6s Gd, now marked 3s 6d. T> BROWN'S Cheap Lines. - Forfar, 4i£d; JLV« Dress Materials, 5Jd, Gd; Children's Machine-knitted Hose from Hid. R BROWN.-Shoit Window Net from • llfd; loDgTurtains, 2sGd; Unbleached Linen Tabling, Is 4 id (very wide). R BROWN.—Knitted Woollen Squares • 6s 9d up; Silk Umbrellas, 2s 9d—well worth 4i Gd. See them. > BROWN.—Don't be deceived but Buy t • your Drapeiy at The Little Wonder, 3 I George street. Small expenses, small profits, 1 quick returns,

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2, Issue 7969, 26 July 1889

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