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LATE ADVERTISEMENTS. IMPORTANT NOTICE. A MASTERS AND CO. having been • appointed (by the boys) to make Caps for the undermentioned schools, would beg of the parents to see that the boys fet the correct article, as we have received numerous complaints from Parents who have been deceived by an inferior article purchased elsewhere. Civcrsham Macandrew road horbury road Kensington Arthur street Albany street Union street N.E. Valley. Please note the Address: A. MASTERS AND CO., HATTERS AND HOSIERS, Opposite Queen’s Theatre. No cjuncotion with any other house. THE o'-OPERATIVE MEAT SUPPLY COMPANY, LIMITED HAVING been elected Managing Director of the above Company, it will be my earnest endeavor to place the meat business in Dunedin on a thoroughly sound and satisfactory footing, and I am sure that the trade_ generally will second my exertions. lam afraid that I shall be unable to give that time and attention to the business I should like, but with the as istanoe of Mr August F. Porn well (shop manager), Mr Douglas (buyer), Mr Rutherford (accountant), and that of my co-direotors, I hope that the shareholders will have no cause to regret the confidence they have placed in ray bands; and I might at once remark that it would grieve me much to be connected with anything pertaining to a failure. It is a well-known fact that the Meat trade here has been in a most unsatisfactory state for yea-s past. The reason is obvious, Each salesman has been trying to outvie his fellowsalesman without arriving at any practical result, except that of failure. The excessive competition that has existed has bad the effect of reducing the price cf Meat below a paying rate to the producer, and bad it not been for the Frczsn Meat Trade I d> not know what would have been the result. Now political economy teaches us that the ch r oper a man ran live, so much cheaper can his labor be seemed. It is pla’n that if a farmer gets a low price for the animals he breeds, he is unable to pay high wages to bis workmen, or to expend that amount of money he otherwise would do, and as the land and the predictions thereof is the wealth, so the community at largo suffer with a low price ruling for productions. However, I wish it distinctly understood that I am not in favor of anything approachirg extreme prices, but feel satisfied that any sound-think ieg man will be at one with me, and willing to pay a fair price for a good article (for cheapness means rubbish), and my instructions to the Company’s buyer are that nothing but the finest Meat be purchased, which I am sure the customers of the Company will appreciate. The operations since the commencement i f the Company have been of a satisfactory nature, and I hope it will receive that support from the community that will make it one o f the landmarks cf Dunedin. —I am. etc , ARTHUR M'DONALD, Managing Director Dunedin Meat Supply Company, Limited. Noth —We do rot profo.-s to sell cheaper than anyone else, but guarantee to supply the finest Meat this colony can produce. Dunedin, 16th August, 1889. BOOTS! BOOTS! BOOTS! GREAT SACRIFICE OF LIGHTBANO, ALLAN, AND CO.’S (CHRISTCHURCH) BANKRUPT STOCK. SIMON BROTHERS are giving BEAL BARGAINS from this BANKRUPT STOCK (all row goods). Every pair of their Famous BEEHIVE BOOTS (own make) have also been Reduced. DON’T MISS THIS CHANCE. We only mention a few lines. f LADIES’ Splendid Glace I Kid Walking Shoes. 9s (i 1; Plain Kid. 6s Gd ; Kid Elastics, 5s 9d: Kid But'on Roots from 7s GJ ; strong Lace-ups from Gs 9d: very superior Evening Shoes from 4s 9J. iTT »vr i fira MEN’S GJacc Kid ClothALLA. , k LO. _j Roots, Ha Cl-usually 2la; Cloth-top Balmorals, Kj-i Gd ; Oxford Bilmorals (sewn) from 9,94 ; Walking Shoes (sewn) from Or lid ; splendid Tennis Shoes, Ds 9J—usually 11» Gd, Fxtra strong Balmorals, 8s 9d; Bluchers, Bs 9d; superior Watcrtights, 11s L9J. Boys’ and Girls’ Boots nt Prices defying all Competition. Chi’dren’s from Is. SEE WINDOWS AND OUTSIDE FOR PRICES. Many Odd Lines at less than Half-mice. LIGHTSAND, ALLAN, AND CO.’S BANKRUPT STOCK. SIMON BROTHERS, Boot Manufacturers and Importers, George street (near Octagon). REAL BARGAINS REAL BARGAINS LIGHTBAND, ALLAN, k GO. LiOHTBAND. BANKRUPT STOCK BANKRUPT STOCK LTGHTBAND, ALLAN, & CO. LIGHTBAND. ALLAN, & CO. FOOTBALL, F0 0 T BALL. CALEDONIAN GROUND. HAM BR A v. TAIE RI. Play starts at d o’clock sharp. Admission— Gd; Boys, 3d ; Ladies Free. Grand Strnd free. FOOTBALL. FOOTBALL. TAX SRI v. ALHAMBRA. CALEDONIAN GROUND, TO-MORROW (Saturday), 17i.1i AUGUST. BEFORE GOING to the above To-morrow don’t fail to LUNCH in tho huge Dining Hall at tho LEVI ATHAN, and see for yourself the vast contrast in tho meals there and those in other places, at precisely tho same prices. N.B.—Thcie wid be a very superior TEA on returning. LAST CHANCE GOLD MINING CO., Ld. (In Liquidation.) SHAREHOLDERS are particularly requested to attend the GENERAL MEETING to be held at Watson’s Hotel at 7.30 THIS EVENING. JOHN CLEGG, Liquidator. "BOARD AND RESIDENCE, •rjrrANTED by a Gentleman, Board and Vv Lodging, centrally si'rnted; hill pre ferred; terms moderate. “Board,” Star Office. WANTED, by young Man, respectible Board and Residence. Apply, stating terms to “W.P.,” Star Office. W ANTED Known—Very superior Accommodation for Gentlemen. Mrs Edwards, Cltvxlc atveti. (off Hvg.l\ street). WANTED, by single gentleman, good Board and Residence—sitting room, dining room, and bedroom, with use of piano and lath. Apply “ Merchant,” P.O. Box 35. HN. MILLS begs to notify the General • Public he has taken that well-known House known as YORK HOUSE, Moray place, and is now prepared to receive Boarders and Visitors Breakfast from 7 to 9. Lunch from 12 tc 2, Tea from 5 to 7. Good table. Prices moderate. LOST AND FOUND. TAKEN in error from Garrison Hall lest night, Two Ladies’ Waterproofs. Kindly return H. Bait, South British Insurance. THE Lady who took the wrong Fur-lined Cloak on Thursday from Garrison Hall, pitaso return to Monis’s Studio, where she will obtain her own. LOST, Orchestral Concert, Amethyst Brooch. Waterproof Taken by Mistake can be Exchanged, Clothing Factory, Octagon. OUNP, St. Bernard” Do g; if not claimed witldn three days w.ll be sold. Crookshanks, Dundas street. ETOUMI, White Fox-terrier Slut; hlack andlau head, Maori Hill collar. Bunting’s Store, Halfway Bush. 10.- T.— Will the Person who took Navy J Blue Rain-coat by mistake from Garrison Hall last night Exchange with Mrs C. Jacob, “ Roma,” London street OST, Garrison Hall, Thursday, Gold Earring, with sapphire. Finder please return W. Tcwsley, National Bank. 08T, on the 2nd August, Seal Stone, between Roslyn and Rattray street; rew'rd. Oban Hotel. OST, or Stolon on Sunday, Greyhound Dog. Anyone detaining same after this date will be prosecuted. J. Davis. Castle street. LOST, Liver-and-white Blenheim Pup (slut), from Captain Cook Hotel, On returning tame finder rewarded,

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 5, Issue 7987, 16 August 1889

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 5 Issue 7987, 16 August 1889

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