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Mollie: “I wonder why Polly always wears yellow stockings ?” Dolly : “Ah ! she knows men worship the golden calf.”

PUBUO NOKOiBi. J, JOHNSON. ARTIFICIAL LIMBS Made on the shortest notice by J JOHNSON, 14S George street, Dunedin, e Crutches in stock. j jgXCELSIOR CORSET. WANTED KNOWN —That Mrs Johnson is the only Maker of the Excelsior Corset; best in the Colony. CENTRAL RESTAURANT. I BEG to intimate to the Public generally that I have made considerable additions TO my Restaurant, and abo added a Ladies’ Dining ROOM. Prices as usual. All Meals, tid ; Beds, 9d. Everything clean AND Comfortable. Breakfast from 7 to 10a.in. Restaurant, street. R3 A. LEHMANN, Proprietress. J. MSBET. jpAPERHANGIHGS.— The and Best Styles of PAPERHANGINGS to be seen In quantity, from 4d upwards. J'UST Lauded, Rich and Choice Designs JNISBET’S, Octagon, Dunedin, pain er, • glazier, etc. J. G. GREEN. BEFORE Buying Elsewhere see our Children’s School Boots; wear guaranteed, prices reduced. J. G, Green, 37 George street. BEFORE Buying Elsewhere inspect Stock of Walking Shoes; splendid variety, lowest prices; see Windows. 37 George street, CHEAPEST in Dunedin. Strong Balmorals, Boys’ from 5s lid. Men’s f)s fid (good solid value) ; cheap line Men’s. 7s lid. in Dunedin.—Ladies’ strong J Leather Slippers, 2s lid; Prunellas (heels), 4s lid. J. G. Green, 37 George street MESTON’S CITY DAIRY. ESTON’S, 96 George street, for finest Butter, new-laid Eggs, sweet Cream, pure rich Milk, genuine Buttermilk. 4S ESTON’S for tender Poultry, fresh !vj trapped Rabbits, pure Honey, Devonshire Cream, mild cured Hams, side and roll Bacon. MESTON’S for finest - flavored Cheese, home-made Jams, pure Lollies, cheap Fruit. Civility, cleanliness, attention. G. H. SMITH. I _ MPORTANT NOTICs.—I beg to intimate to the General Public I have Bought the Entire Stock of J. Ford and Co., grocers and provision merchants, 121 George street, and intend (CARRYING on the business at the same J address, where I shall bo pleased to see my OLD Customers who will favor me with their Ciders. Nothing but the best brands of goods kept in stock. GH. SMITH, family grocer and pro- • vision merchant, 121 George street. RDTUWRFOKI) AND CO. AND CO. are still taking PHOTOGRAPHS —Cabinets, 10s fid; Cards, 5s fid. OPPOSITE Bank of New Zealand, Princes street. fa Princes street south, opposite the /v3l Spanish Restaurant, Repair ACCORDIONS, Concertinas (with steel tongues), American Organa, Hand j Organs, Harmoniums, and Pianos tuned, j CLARIONETTES, Flutes, Pans, Spectacle Frames, Pipes, Carving Forks, Jewellery, I etc,; also Clocks, Engagements taken for j Dancing (English concertina and piano). I THOMAS SIME, JEWELLER, X BEG to Notify the General Public that I i. have started Business at Orders in Princes street (Upstairs), next Exchange Court, and am prepared to take JEWELLERY and Watchmaking, Repairing of Watches, Clocks, etc., at moderate prices. Thomas Sime. JOHN GILLIES, FURNISHING Undertaker, 18 George street and 11 Great King street. CONDUCTS Adults’ Funerals respectably, with Hearse and Attendance, from 70s upwards. CHILDREN’S, from 30s upwards, Mourning Carriages as required.

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2, Issue 7990, 20 August 1889

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 Issue 7990, 20 August 1889

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