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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2, Issue 7975, 2 August 1889
PUBLIC NOTICES. ARREARS OF MUNICIPAL AND WATER RATES. ■VrOTfCB IS HEREBY GIVEN that the .Li Collector, ia addition to serving the formal statutory demand for payment of CITY and WATER RATES, will make One Call, thus giving a Final Notice prior to bis taking legal ste; a for the recovery of any amounts in arrear. All Rates are payable at the City Treasury, Town Hall. ADAM GIBSON, Town Clerk. Dunedin, 31st July, 1889. OITY OF DUNEDIN. APPOINTMENTS OF SEXTON AND ASSISTANT SEXTON For the Northern Cemetery. THE CITY COUNCIL require the services of a Seaton and an Assistant Sexton for the Northern Cemetery. Salary of Sexton, at the rate of LIOO per annum; wages of Assistant, 6s 6d per working day. Applications for the appointments, accompanied by testimonials, may be lodged at the Town Clerk’s Office up to Wednesday, the 7th August prox., at 5 o’clock p.m. ADAM GIBSON, Town Clerk. 3Cth July, 1889, Health is wealth. Try LUKE’S LIVER ANTIBILIOUS FILLS ; they are the most reliable in the world A single dose acts like magic, relieving Giddiness, Kick Headache, Nervousness, Languidness, Wind, or Disturbed Sleep; a single dose make* you feel yourself again. To be obtained from BARNARD ISAAC, Manufacturing and Phar macoutical Chemist, 11 Rattray street, six doors from Princes street; and Octagon Drug Hall, corner of George street. MAXWELL’S EXHIBITION BESTAU RANT DINING AND REFRESHMENT ROOMS, 19fl Princes street south. Best Meals in the City at all hours. Breakfast, 7 till 10; Lunch, 12 till 3; Tea, 5 till 8; Supper, 8 till 12. Hot Pies. Pastry, Fish, Tripe, and Oyster Suppers. Grills and Welsh Rarebits a specialty. Hot Tea, Coffee, Cocoa, Chocolate to order. Good Bods, Private Rooms for Ladies. Banquets, Balls, Dances Catered for. Charges moderate. MILLS, AND CO. CROWDS COMMENCED AGAIN In real ea:nest, Morning, Noon, and Afternoon, Counters well lined with Customers during this GREAT ANNUAL SALE. MOLLISON, MILLS, AND CO, always busy during their SALES, and this one is no exception. When Trade was almost at a standstill Mollison, Mills, and Co, bought many Lots, the equal of which have seldom, if ever, been seen in the City. All day long, and every day, the following GRAND BARGAINS will be offered : Fifty doz. four button Black Kid Gloves, Is 3d per pair—worth 8s 91; Handkerchiefs, from 6d perdoz; Embroidered Dresses, Ga ltd worth 15s 61; Jersey Jackets, 3a lid-worth 8s Gd ; 6 yarda Ribbon for la—worth 3*; best quality Ribbed Cashmere Hose, Is 7&d, Is 9.Jd, Is lidworth 3s Gd ; 8 yards Double-width Striped ' Amazon Cloth, 18a lid—worth 20a; 12 ' yarda Stiiped Gingham for 5a 91worth 12s ; 12 yards Print for 3a 9d—worth 8a 6d; Remnants half-price; Remnants Dress Stuff, Embroideries Ginghams Prints,
ROBES. ROBES. ROBBS. Embroidered Robes will be the height of Fashion for the coming Season. Mollison, Mills, and Co. have secured a magnificent assortment of 250 EMBROIDERED ROBBS in all the newest styles, at considerably less than Half the Home Cost. These Goods are a challenge and a perfect wonder to the trade. They defy, comparison. Competent and impartial judges emphatically declare they are the CHEAPEST EMBROIDERED ROBBS they have ever seen. Bather than take them into Stock, WE HAVE MARKED THEM LOW. Five embroidcrcd Robes, Cs lid worth 14s 6:1; 50 embroidered Robes, 8s lid—worth 17s Gd ; 25 Robes, 10s lid—worth 17s Cd; 25 Robes, 12s 6d—worth 19s 6d ; 25 Robes, 15s lid—worth 25s 6d; 35 Robes, 17s 6d—worth 29s 6d; 25 Robes, 19s 6d—worth 32s 6d; 15 Robes, 21s 9d —worth 32a 6d; 25 Robes, 23s 9d • worth 39s 6d; 15 Robes, 25s 9d—worth 455; 12 Robes, 28s 6d—worth 455; Lace Curtains, Is 9id; extra value in White Calico, 4s lid per dozen worth Gs 91 ; Sheets, 3s 3d per pair; etc., etc,, etc, BLANKETS, 5s lid and Gs lid. BLANKETS, Large Sizes, 12s lid, 14s 9d, 17s 9J. BLANKET?, Colonial, 18s lid, 22s 9J, 24s 6d, 27s 9J. MOLLISON, MILLS, AND CO, 195 and 197 George Street (Opposite Knox Church), DUNEDIN. THE best Sausages to be had anywhere is at Grmdley’s, Albany street. Stay and see them made. WOLFE’S Schnapps should be in every Oamp Chest. ASTHMA Cigarettes.—Dr Kennedy Douglas. Instantaneous Relief. PEACOCK’S Pure Jams are made trom cue best sugar. All btorekeepers keep them, WATCHMAKERS. [Established 1802.1 GA N D ~T. YOUNG, • IMPORTERS, PRACTICAL WATCH AND CLOCK MAKERS, MANUFACTURING JEWELLERS, 88 PRINCES STREET, DUNEDIN; Lambton Quay, Wellington Great North Road, Timaru; Thames street, Oamaru. G. AND T. YOUNG hold by far the Largest and Best Selected Stock of Watches, Clocks, Jewellery, Sterling Silver and Electro plated Goods, Aneroids, Field and Opera Glasses, Spectacles, eto., in the colony. They desire to call special attention to the fact that while their articles for sale are of the BEST QUALITY, their prices are not higher than those of minor establishments, their object being to secure a large amount of patronage, and at the same time the approval of their customers. Inspection respectfully invited,' EDUCATIONAL. WANTED, Pupils for the Pianoforte; beginners preferred. Apply Miss Taylor, Leith street (off St. Andrew street). SHOE I'HAND School, Athol place, open every evening the year round. Elementary and advanced classes every evening. Speed and reporting classes, from 50 to 150 words per minute, every evening. 10L1N AND PIANOFORTE STUDIO (above the Dresden Pianoforte Warehouse).—Mr EPHRAIM PARKER (Teacher of the Violin) and Mr JOSEPH MOSS (Teacher of the Pianoforte and Singing) will receive Pupils at the above address. Bands supplied tor Theatrical Performances, Concerts arranged, and Vocalists provided. Balls and Evening Parties attended. Private address: The Laurels, Albany street.
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