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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2, Issue 7988, 17 August 1889
PUBLIC NOTICES j, Q. GREEN. EFORE Buying Elsewhere Bee our unutan? School Boots; wear gwwteed* loweßt_prieeß; BeeWlndowa. rff (HEAPEST in Dunedin. - Bftl- , ! mnrftla. Boys' from 5s llVMeneflß 84 ... .i.» n linD Man's. 7B 11a. in \ j Leather Slippers, 2a lid; Prunellas V 7,.* J JrV?.? r t£f 7?„_, w. 37 Georce street MESTON'S CITY DAIRY. ESTON'S for trapped Rabbit PROFESSOR M'QUEKN, N style Hddom equalled-Gentiemens ~-» ■ cutting, 6d : Hair-cutting and singei* .«f Shaving and Brushing. 6d; Razors carol _j_ /-< ROUND and Set, Is; real I Goraß »"J°3 \TC Ground kept in stock, at lowest prices, i™ M'Queen'a, 52 George street. _ L~ADIES' Hair Cutting and Singeing, la Children's Cutting, 6d. Corobingß mat. up, loweat prices. M'Qneen, 52 George street. R MONTGOMERY'S Sulpha Restora-1 twe, the only Bafe prepwab >n for TW,nrin£r Grev Hair and Removing Dandruff. 1" SCd and Sa. Best Black Hair S>ye, 4a ; Brown Hair Dye. 3a 6d; Pearl Gseam, for Removingjfeples, Is 6d. TTAlßOniamenta in Pearl, Steel, Gilt, aa_ BE Shell, at lowest prices, at M'Queen a. THE BEEHIVE. IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT. ANTED the Public to Inspect tho v v _ RAND Display of r ,KIME HAMS, BACON, TEAS, ND other Notions. J D. SUTHERLAND, Gcorgo street. E.-our Teas are Superior to any in the i City. ENGRAVING. - OHN SWAN AND CO., Diesinkere, Letter- > I cutterp, and Engravers. 'ATH STREET, off Stuart street. IRA3S Plates, Stencil?, Seals. Dies, Stamps, _ ,/» ONOGRAMS, Cyphers, etc., executed in *h. the neatest style. ■E have on hand tho best stock of Em- ' bossing Preases and Self-inking. Xndors, ing Machines. -'OHN SWAN AND CO., Bath street. • B J. HARDIB AMD CC N View: Gents' Superior Winter: Ovor\J coats, 19s (id ; Capo 3Us °d, Boys' Overcoats, fr. m 12s Cd. ' B >ys' Melville Suits, from & «d; ' Boys' Hats, Is; Bovs' Shirts;- la «d; 60 dozen Jioslyn Hoso, from Is pair. Pairs Men's Tweed Trousers, Gs 6d ,' \jf \y 3 cases Men's and Boys' Hats, new shapes ; superior lot Scarves, Bracos, belts, etc. Pairs Children's Houso Slippers, from 2a lid; Ladies' Overßhoes, 'sd. " HAKDIE AND CO., No. 110, cowier 5.3 _ Princes and Rattray streetn. AND CO. tt, UTDSRFOH.D AND CO. ure still taking 7f _, H 0 7: 0 GRAP HS - Cab: seta. 10s 6J; JC Cards, 5a 6d. ___ rVPPOSITE Bank of New Zealand, Princes [_/ street. HIMMIiL BKOTHJSRS A CCORDIONS, Concertinas (with stool J\, tongues), American Organs, Haad \j Frames, Pipes, Carving Forks, Jewellery, etc.;' a!.-o ClockF, Eiigagenu nts taken for Dancing (English concertina and piano). THOMAS SIMK, JEWS'LER. BE G to Notify the General Public that I have started Business at ________ -_ Princes street (Upstairs), next Ex- __/ <_7 change Court, and am prepared to take Orders in j f EWELLEKY and Watchmaking, Kepairmg pj of Watches, Clocks, etc., at moderate I price?. Thomas Sime. I JOHN GILLIES, ITjTWRNISHING Undertaker, 18 George JL! street and 11 Great Kins street, CONDUCTS Adults' Funerals respeotably, I \j with Hearso and Attendance, from 70s | upwards. _______ CHILDREN'S, from 30s upwards. Mourn- . j in? Carriages aB required. MISCELLANEOUS. WILLIAM WILSON (successor to K. G. Harris), Nightman. Orders punctually attended to. St. Andrew street, I riT. GEORGE JAM.—Selected Fruit and S Best Sugar. All Grocery $7 OLFK'S Schnapps is a remedy for most j Vf physical ailments. You cannot err by l using it. " "OTICE TO EXHIBITORS. -Show Cases, __i same dimensions and style as thoee approved by the Exhibition Commissioners, 3 made 25 per cent, cheaper by J. HUCKER, corner Castle and St. Andrew streets. BOOTS! BOOTS! BOOTS! ( GREAT SACRIFICE OF LIGHTBAND, ALLAN, AND CO.'S (OHRISTCHUROH) 1 BANKRUPT STOCK. ™IMON BROTHF.RS are giving REAL BARGAINS from this BANKRUPT STOCK (all new goods). Every pair of their Famous BBBHIVE BOOT 3 (own make) liave also been Reduced. MISS THIS CHANCE. We only mention a few lines. •nn.T f LADlES'Splendid Glace „ .55 » t*t- Kid Walking Shoes, 9s 6d; BA t?J?.t Plain Kid. 6s6d ; Kid Elas8 ' 5S 9d ' KM Butt ° n BARGAINS Bootß from 7fl g d . gtrong rm-amiikvm Lace-ups from 6s 9d: very .TT.wiTn superior Evening Shoes from ALLAN, & CO. 4s^j LIGHTBAND, M g N >g G]ace Kia cloth . ALLAN, & CO. top Boot 8) lla 6d-usually t> avvr> tt p t 2ls 5 Oloth-top Balmorals, BAl i™J?,2 r 16s 6d; Oxford Balmorals _ . tSI p t (sewn) from 9s 9d; Walking BA oJ^mF P Shoes (sewn) from 6» lid; blUCii. splendid Tennis Shoes, 5s ttptttratjd lis 6d. Extra strong Balmorals, T Stn o, 8s 9d; Bluchers, 5s 9d; L llla T n,\ c'o. L r ior Watertights * 118 Boys' and Girls' Boots at Prices defying all Competition. Children's from Is. SEE WINDOWS AND OUTSIDE FOR PRICES. Many Odd Lines at less than Half-price. LIGHTBAND, ALLAN, AND CO.'S BANKRUPT STOCK. SIMON BROTHERS, Boot Manufacturers and Importers, George street (near Octagon). CITY STEAM LAUNDRY.—ParceIs collected and delivered on the tame day, if required. Linen got up by our improved method is unsurpassed for brilliancy and color. Gentlemen's Suits become equal to new at a trifling cost. All Bed Linen guaranteed thoroughly aired. Shirts and Collars redressed for the trade. Telephone No. 304. _,._„_._. Proprietor: W BAYNTUN. IYREE AND BROCKLEBANK, PICTURE FEAMBRS. Etc. A good and cheap sslection of Oleographs, Art istudies, arid Etchings. A cheap lot of Engravings just to hand (after Wilkie, Webster, Landaeer, etc). Exhibition Show Cases made to order at reasonable terms. A large variety of Photo. Frames, etc. Note the address, 164 Ge'<ffi_a street
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