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LATB ADVERTISEMENTS Jt> Invercargill.—Salo now on at Fjfe and Cuming'c. Wotidci ful bargains. jIVERYTfIINU always cheap at JiraithjJJ waite's Book Arcade. Unnecessary to go elsewhere for Bargains in Fancy Goods. HY is every article at Braithwiite's Book Arcade cheaper than elsewhere? BeciUßO the proprietor imports direct from the publishers and manufacturer?, and buys for c sh, giving his Customers the benefit of all Home Discount. ItJ_ to no shop in New Zealand. (33 years practical experience.) A Lh kinds of Watches (commonest to the i\_ most complicated) may be left with confidence to his cari\ ALL Work done guaranteed ; very moderate charges. All Repairs (for security) stored in Milner's fireproof pafe3. "NPEOTACLES.—Largest, best Stock in New *5 Zealand ; eye-right tested ; Spectacles made to order. Macarthur, 38 Princes street. ■ jlßUir Trees. Apples, P.ars, Plum?, JJ reaches, etc., Roses (H.P.s and Teas); all well grown. BED Potatoes. All leading Kidney and K_7 round varieties; Vegetable for pretent sowing. Howden and Moncricff. IXTRA Valuo in Tweed Overcoats for J Men and Boys. —Splendid variety; 7s Cd to 50s. Clothing Factory, Octagon. "IKATB Wheels, Is a Set. W. H. Davies, k3 wood-turner, Great King street. Billiard balls re-turned. FUNERALS supplied at very Reasonable Prices and Terms. A. J. Wynn, undertaker, St. Andrew street. ESSRS FITCHETT AND THORNTON, . Solicitors, Manse street, have Money to Lend on freehold securities. "VTEW ZEALAND and South Seas Exhibition. —PerFons engaged in the Erection ol above buildings can get best Meals and Beds in town at Spanish Restaurant, Princes street south. Meals, Gd—at all hours. Beds, Is. Night porter kept. MONEY can be obtained from K. Iranoip, Octagon (upstairs, next Athenseun). Repaid weekly, monthly, or otherwise. I INDIGESTION Cured by Lr Freeman s Specific; a wonderful remedy. Elliadon and Co., agents, 30 Princes street. 10R ASPHALTING, try Morgan and Co. l- For Underground Tank-", try Morgin and Co. For General Repairs, try Morgan and Co. Satisfaction guaranteed by Morgan and Co., contractors, ABphalt Works, St. Andrew street, RAND OLD BRITISH GAME.' vV Newporular rOOTBALL SONG. WISE, CAFFIN, AND CO. NEW ZEALAND AND SOUTH SEAS iXHIBITION. To Speculators, Showmen, and Others. [IHK CALEDONIAN SOCFET7 Oi' OTAGO I invite Tenders fcr Lease of their Grounds during the Exhibition Season. Further particulars can be obtained at the Society's Offices, Manse street, Dunedin. IHK Time for Receiving Tenders for Ee- _! moral and Re-erection of Oil Mill Machinery for Kempthorne, Prosser, and Co.'s Now Zealand Drue Company, Limited, is Extended till Noon of Thursday, ist prox. MASON AND WALES, Architects. 0 LET BY TENDER, for Advertising u . purposes, during Exhibition period, 56ft fronting Princes street and 56fr fronting Manor place, with use of pottß on the ground. The enclofuro suitable as a stand for horses or vehicles. Apply to T. If. WILKINSON, Medical Hall.

0 M E AND SEE WONDERFUL BARGAINS. GREAT SLAUGHTER SALE MONTAGUE'S. The Public Invited to Compare Value. Don't Forget the Address: MONTAGUE'S, ' Princes *trret. FORTH STREET BRIDGE CLOSED. ■\TOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Forth J3I street Bridge will be Closed agairst rublio Traffic on and after Tuesday, the 80th Inst for Repair, ADAM GIBSON. Town Clerk. Duncdin, 27th July, 1889. CITY OF DUNEDIN. I •VfOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that, pur J3( suant to section 170 of " The Municipal ■ Corporations Act, 1886." the General (Municipal) Account and the Water Supply and Gas Supply Accounts and Balance-sheet for the year ended 31st March, 1889, with the Auditors' reports thereon, are open for tho inspection of all interested persons, and that printed copies of the said accounts m»y be obtained free on application, ADAM GIBSON. 26th July, 1889. Town Clerk. TO THE INHABITANTS OF DUNEDIN AND SUBUBBS. SHAG POINT COAL. THE BEST AND MOST ECONOMICAL HOUSEHOLD COAL. A TRIAL ONLY REQUIRED. THE PROPRIETORS of the Shag Point Coal Mine, recognising the tendenoy of the times to bring Producers and Consumers into more immediate contact, without the intervention of the Middleman, have resolved to SELL DIRECT TO THE CONSUMER. And, with a view to secure a share of the Trade, they have fixed a Low Cash Price per ton for their Coal, delivered at the Pevidences of Consumers. On and after Ist August the Proprietors will be prepared to deliver in any quantity, at the Residence i of Consumers within the City and Subuibs, SHAG POINT COAL at tho following prices : By the Truck of about 5 tons, nt 2)s per ton. Single ton, and up to 5 tonß, at 21s. Terms, Vet Cash. Orders should be sent at once addressed to Mr EATON, Duuedin Ageni, of the Shag Point Coal Mine, at the Railway Station. ROBERT GLENDINING) p roT)rietorß JAMES HAZLE'IT f Proprietors. TO FARMERS AND GRAZIERS. 7E have for Sale, at Lowest Current ' Prices, and of Best QualityCalcutta Cornsacka Woolpacks, full weight Binding Twine (Manila and flax) Seaming Twine (Belfast) New Season's Ryegrass Seed (local and Poverty Bay) New Cocksfoot Seed Maiden Island Guano Phosphorus Cooper's Sheep Dip Graham's Foot rot Cure Johnson's Ensilage ' rosecs Kuston, Proctor, and Co.'a Engines and Threshers, at extremely moderate rate. And all other Farm and Station Requisites. We have unequalled facilities for handling and storing grain. THE NEW ZEALAND LOAN AND MERCANTILE AGENCY COMPANY, LilD. Donald Sibonaoh, Manager, Duuedin.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4, Issue 7970, 27 July 1889

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 Issue 7970, 27 July 1889

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