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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2, Issue 7989, 19 August 1889
LATE ADVERTISEMENTS. OVERNMENT Miner’a Guide, by H. A. IT Gordon, ss; posted, 6s, Braithwaite’s Book Arcade. OUIDA” Pianos, Durable, effective, handsome; from 50 to 75 guineas. On. sale only, Ohas. Begg and Co. ■\TISW Music. —Solomon’s operetta, ‘ Piok--131 wick’; comic song, ‘I shall have’em,’ by Lutz. Chas. Begg and Co. "VTBW Needlework, Cushions, Cosies. SmokJ3 ing Caps, Braces, Tobacco Pouches, Fender aid Footstools. Miss Clough, George street. TT ARDEUR’S Transfers, 3d six yards; Crewel Silks and Wools at 9d dozen. Miss Clough, George street. WILL be sold a bargain, good Six-roomed House and outhouses, Land 36 x 100, Park street, Kensington. “Land,” Star Office. QAAA Copies daily Circulation of tbe Evening Sr aw. SK Grocers for Strang’s patent Soluble Coffee Powder; made instantly with boiling water; no pots required EDNE3DAY Evening, All Saints’ Room, aid of Albany street School, Limelight Dissolving Views, la and 6d. XTTMOST value in Cash given for SecondJ hand Pianos, Challenge Piano Depot, 106 George street. R. R, Moss, manager. WE are Cash Buyers of Rabbitskins in any quantity. Arthur M’Donald and Co., Bond street. "VTOTIOF.— In consequence of the Death of J3 my Father, the Business of Chimney Sweep and Nightman will in future be carried on by his Son, T. D. Mockford, Walker street. All orders punctually attended to. MESSRS FITOHBTT AND THORNTON, Solicitors, Manse street, have Money to Lend on freehold securities. TVfEW ZEALAND and South Seas KxhibiJ3 tion.—Persons engaged in the Erection oi above buildings can get best Meals and Beds in town at Spanish Restaurant, Princes street south. Meals. 6d—at all hours. Beds, Is, Night porter kept. BANKRUPT Stock of Carter and Co, Invercargill,—Sale at Fyfe and Cuming’s. Special bargains this week. (S RKAT Sale of Ligbtband, Allan, and Co.’s X Christchurch Stock at the City Boot Palace, 71 George street, corner St. Andrew street. COBB AND CO.’S PALACE CARS NOTICE. ON AND AFTER TO - DAY THE THROUGH FARE from Water of Leith to Monument will be TWOPENCE. SECTIONS: From Water of Leith to Albany street ... Id. ~ Albany street to Monument ... Id. W. A. YOUNG. ON WEDNESDAY, 21st INST,, PRINCIPAL RAINY Will be entertained at Luncheon in the City Hotel, at 2 30. Dr Stuart in the chair. Tickets may be obtained from Wilkie and Co., or Wise, Caffin, and Co., Princes street. And the same Evening PRINCIPAL RAINY Will deliver a LECTURE io KNOX CHURCH At S o’clock. Subject: ‘ Phases of Church Life in Scotland.’ TO CARPENTERS. TENDERS will be received by the Dunedin Jockey Club until 4 o’clock on THURSDAY, 22nd inst,, for Building New and Altering present Totalisator Houses at Forbury Park. Specifications at ray Office. Mr , Mason will he on the ground between 10 and 12 each d*y with plans and specifications. SYDNEY JAMES, Sec. D.J.O. REDUCED PRICES REDUCED PRICES: REDUCED PRICES REDUCED PRICESOVERCOATS OVERCOATS OVERCOATS. TIROWN. EWING, AND CO, 13 ate determined to clear the remaining' portion of their Winter Stock of Men’s, Youths’, and Boys’ Tweed Overcoats, prior to stocktaking. at prices which will command a smart clearance. Inspection invited. Reduced Prices Reduced Prices Reduced Pi ices Reduced Prices Reduced Prices Reduced Prices Reduced Prices Reduced Prices Reduced Prices Reduced Prices Reduced Prices Reduced Prices Reduced Prices Reduced Prices Reduced Prices Reduced Prices Reduced Prices Reduced Prices Reduced Prices 75 Men’s Tweed Overcoats,, , only 21a each; grand value, j 60 Mon’s Tweed Overcoats,« with cape, 40s each; our own j make; colonial tweeds. | 55 Youths’ Tweed Over- I coats, with cape, from 22s 6ct each. j 120 Boys’ Tweed Overcoats, j with capo, from 17s Pd each; | all sizes; our own make, ] 80 Children’s Tweed Over- I coats, with cape, from 12a fid. i each; plain and fancy pat- .j terns. ■ OVERCOATS ! OVERCOATS ; OVERCOATS REDUCED PRICES REDUCED PRICES REDUCED PRICES REDUCED PRICES REDUCED PRICES REDUCED PRICES. BROWN. EWING, AND CO. THE CO-OPERATIVE MEAT SUPPLY COMPANY, LIMITED HAVING been elected Managing Director of the above Company, it will be my earnestendeavor 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 assistance of Mr August F. Dornwell (shop manager), Mr Douglas (buyer), Mr Rutherford (accountant), and that of my co-directors, I hope that theshareholders will have no cause to regret the confidence they have placed in my hands; 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 moat unsatisfactory state for years 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 had the effect of reducing the price of Meat below a paying rate to the producer, and had it not been for the Frozen Meat Trade I do not know what would have been the result. Now political economy teaches us that the cheaper a man can live, so much cheaper can his labor be secured. It is plain that if a farmer gets a low price for the animals he breeds, he is unable to pay high wages to his workmen, or to expend that amount of money he otherwise would do, and as the land and the productions thereof is the wealth, so the community at large suffer with a low price ruling for productions. However, I wish it distinctly understood that I am not in favor of anything approaching extreme prices, but feel satisfied that any sound-thinking man will be at one with mo, 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 of the Company have been of a satisfactory nature, and I hope it will receive that support from the community that will make it one of the landmarks of Dunedin. —1 am, etc , ARTHUR M’DONALD, Managing Director Dunedin Meat Supply Company, Limited. Note.—We do not profess to sell cheaper than anyone else, but guarantee to supply the finest Meat this colony can produce. Dunedin, 16th August, 188!), BOARD AND RESIDENCE. TWO young Mon can have comfortable home, 15s; no other boarders; 4 St. Andrew street west. RAVEN SBOURNK. —Wanted, by Gentleman, comfortable Rooms. Partial Board; state terms. “A.D.,” Star Office. HN. MILLS begs to notify tbe 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 to 2, Tea from 5 to 7. Good table. Prices moderate,
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