LATE ADVERTISEMENTS HAG Point Coal.-A trial only required. kj Order of Mr Eaton, at the Railway Station. BANKRUPT Stock of Carter and Co, Invercargi I.—Sale nt Fyfe and Cuming s. Special bargains this week. PALACE CARS. beg to remind tho Travelling Public ' V that they are not bound to buy Ooupona, but can ride at ONE PENNY per Section any where. The Coupons can be bought at 2s Gd for 86 aeotional rides. W. A. YOUNG. ! •BHHAM CAS LAMPS tv In Stock and to Arrive, of the following Designs:— ELECIRIO SUNLIGHT ACME MAYFLOWER SAFETJf MILL LAMP PRIUROiE LAMP. THE ELECTRIC AND SUNLIGHT LAMPS Are just the articles for Exhibits in Draughty Baya and Corridors ; also suitable for Verandahs. ANDERSON AND MORRISON. \ SOUTH DUNEDIN PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. T IS ARRANGED that PRINCIPAL RAINY will lay tho Foundation Stone d the South Dunedin I'mbyterian Churoh on WEDNESDAY first, 2latirißt.,at£ past 3 p.m. All interested in the i-rosnotity and extension of the Church are cordially invited to be present at this interesting ceremony. JOHNT. ROSS, Secretary Building Committee. I In the Estato of JANE SIMPSON, late of Cumberland street, Dunedin, Widow, deceased. ALL PiJKSONS HAVING CLAIMS against the above Estate are requested to render partku'ars thereof to the undersigned on or before tho Slsi; day of August, 1889, after which date tho Fstats will be distributed, having regard only to the Claims then rendered. Dated this ltfth day of August, 1889. SIE7WKIGHT AND JAMES, 14 High (street, Dunedin. JUST PUBLISHED, Price 1 •, by post Is 3d, .-'ARK ANDE It S 0 N, 1 1£ a Tale of Station Life in New Zealand, by Willuii Langto.w J. WILKIE AND CO., Dunedin; and all Booksellers. JUST PUBLI 3HE D, Trice Is, by post Is 3.1, "E WHO DIO CEO A PIT, . and other Stoae:-', by Wm. Fkkkman. J. WILKIE AND CO., Dunedin; and all Booksellers. ASSIGNED ESTATE OF W. D, SUTLER LAND, GROCER. CREDITORS IN THE ABOVE ESTATE are requested to Bend proof of their Debts to tho undersigned. JOHN DAVIE, Manager the Equitable Investment CompAry, Water street. GROCERY BUSINESS FOR SALE. Tho Assigned Estate of W. D. SUTH2RLAND, Crocer, George stroot. "■""*'ARTIES desirous of stepping into a going Grocery Business will Lave an opportunity up till Faturday, 3lst ii.st, of acquiring tho Goodwill and Stuck-in-Tiade of that olde tabli-hed Store, lately carried on by Mr W, D. Sutherland, in George street. Full particulars on application to JOHN DAVIif, Manager the Equitable Invrstment Company, Water street. COALS, COALS. H DRIVER, AND SON (late Martin, • Watson, and Co., Id.), Every description of Coa', Coke, and Firewood constancy in stock. Deliveries prompt in any part of City and Suburb,-:. Offices: Octagon, corner Stuni street. Open from 8 a.m. to 5.20 p m. daily. THE OOPERATIVE MEAT SUPPLY COMPANY, LIMITED HAVING been elected Managing Director of tho above Company, it will be my earnest endeavor to place the meat business in Dunedin ou a thoroughly sound and satisfactory footing, and I am sure that the trade generally will second my ex-.-rliona. lam afraid that I fcliall be unablo to give that time and atbenti rn to the business I should like, but with the as istanoe of Mr August F. Dornwell (shop manager), Mr Douglas (buyei), Mr Rutherford (accountant), and thit of my co directors, I hope that tho a haroholdera will have to cause to i egret the confidence they have placed in my hands; and I might at once remuk that it would grieve me much to be connected with anything peitiiinirjg to a failure. It is a well-known fact that tho Meat trail* hero has been in a most unsatisfactory sttte for years p*st. The reason ia obvinus. Each salesman has been trying to outvie his fellowsalesman without arriving at any practical result, except that of failure. Tho excessive competition that has existed has had tho effeot of reducing the price cf Meat below a paying rate to the producer, and had it not been for tho Frozen Meat Trade I do not know what would have been tho result. Now political eeouomy teaches us that tho cb/nper a man cai live, so much cheaper can his labor bo secured. It is plan that if a farmer gets a low price for the animal* he breeds, he is unable to pay high wages to his workmen, or to expend that amount of money he other -ipe would d", and as the land and the productions thereof ia the wealth, so the community at largo suffer with a low price ruling for productions, However, I wish ib distinctly understood that I am not in favor of anything approaohi« g < xtreme prices, but feel satisfied that any sound-thinking man will bo at ono with rno, and willing to pay a fair price for a good article (for cheapness meansrnbbifh), andrcyinstructions tothe Company's buyer are that nothing but tho finest Meat bo purchased, which I am sure the customers of tho Company will appreoiate. The operations since tho commencement of tho Company have been of a satisfactory nature, and I hope it will reoeive that support from the community that will mako it one of the landmarks of Dunedin.—l am, etc , ARTHUR M'DONALD, Managing Director Dunedin Meat Supply Company, Limited. NOTK,— We do rot profess to sell cheaper than auyone else, but guarantee to supply the finest Meat this colony can produoo. Dunedin, 16th August, 1&89. SPECIAL NOTICE. HE GREAT SLAUGHTER SALE AT MONTAGUE'S WILL ONLY LAST TWO WEEKS LONGKR. So don't Miss this Opportunity of Picking up Bargains in all Departments. Everything Marked Down. Inspect Our Immonso Stock, irrespective of Purchase. REMEMBER MONTAGUE' 3 GREAT SLAUGHTER SALff, PRINCES STREET. TO FARMERS AND GRAZIERS. WE have for Sale, at Lowest Current Prices, and of Best Quality— Caloutta Cornsaoks Woolpaoks, 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 Footrot Cure Johnson's Ensilage Presses Ruston, Proctor, and Co.'s Engines and Threshers, at extremely moderate rates. And all other Farm and Station Requisites. Wo have unequalled facilities for handling and storing grain. THE NEW ZEALAND LOAN AND MERCANTILE AGENCY COMPANY, Lmd. DbfcALD SlribNAOH, Manager, Dunedin.
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