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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3, Issue 7994, 24 August 1889
LATE ADVERTISEMENTS. MUKDHR. MURDER. MURDER. To the Botchers. FOR SIX MONTHS only Morgan and Co., the only Practical Asphaltcrs in Dunedin, will Asphalt Garden Paths, Yards, etc, from la per yard. Yi.n will say How can they do it? We tell you it is the quantity wo do. Understand wo do not ask you for any money until the work is finished and satisfaction given. Send your orders at once and get it done far the Exhibition, If you want cleanliness and comfort send at once to MORGAN AND CO., Asphalt Works, St, Andrew street, T,O LET.—the Largo Room at cotter of A.M.P. Buildings (first floor) is in course of subdivision. Two Roorar, with Strong Room, to sublet. Occupation in a week. E. E. SMII'H, Eldon Chambers. BOROUGH OF MAORI HILL. Ratepayers of north ward.-Scc Important Notice of a Meeting posted at the loith Valley School. DUNEDIN CITY TRAMWAYS. SPECIAL CARS ARB NOW RUNNING between Monument and Frederick street on the North road, and Manse street and Kerosene Bond on the South, FARE-ONE PENNY. IMPORTANT NOTICE. WILLIAM WATSON (late Martin, Watson, and Co., Limited, vho have given up the Coal Business), begs to inform his Customers and the Public that he is still continuing to cany on the Coal Trade, and respectfully asks the support afforded to him for the last twenty years. Alt kinds of Coal and Firewood kept in stock. WILLIAM WATSON (Late Martin, Watson, and Co., L'mited). Office: Ootagon, 4 doors from old office. SHOTOVER BIG BEACH O.M. CO,, LIMITED. THE DIRECTOR* having declared an INTERIM DIVIDEND of LI per share, the tame will be payable at the Company’u Office on and after MONDAY, 26th inst. T. CALLENDER, Secretary. TARLY CLOSING. •E, THE UNDERSIGNED, hereby Ag ee to Close Our Premises at 6. SO p.m. on other days, and 10 p.m. on Saturdays, on and after MONDAY, 2Gth inst., and hope the public will practically sustain oar efforts in this direction by not buying anything whatever from anybody after those hours Booksellers : Joseph Braithwaita James Horsburgh James Dunne Alexander Sligo P. Mitchell J. A. Macedo 0, A. Brcssey P. Humftray, Farcy Goods Warehouses: S. Jacobs F. Montague Thomas Fsoott Hons Pauli Lo Keong W, 0. Davey Ma Hoon Mm Clough. Bootmakers : J, Millea Thomas Collins Thomas Wood Public Benefit Boot Co. Continental Boot Depdt Simon Brothers A, H. Shelton J. G. Green J. M Landress City Boot Palace Joseph Haig. Crockery and Glass Warehouses: J. H Cottrell and Co. A Ifrod Palmer G. Hindle P. Anderson A, B. Davio. Tailors ; J. and J. Arthur Bailey and Co. R. Stokes and Sons J. Hendry and Sons John Jamison Geo. Hyde J. B, Calder. Henry Sutherland J. M. Wilkie 1889. SPRING NOVELTIES'. SPRING NOVELTIES. BROWN, EWING, AND CO, are now busy opening up their First Shipments of Now Spring 1 Goods ex direct steamers Arawa and Aorangi, comprising 165 cases of Choice General Drapery For SPRING 1889 For SPRING IPB9 For SPRING 1839, Mr EWING, who is still superintending the i Buying in the Home Markets, has displayed excel ent taste and judgment in bis various j selections of reasonable Spring Goods. A leading feature of the Dress Trade this season will be the MODEL COMPOSITE ROBES I MODEL COMPOSITE ROBES , MODEL COMPOSITE ROBES. I Bach one different in style and material. Seme of the Colorings are entirely novel and attractive, Large Checks are again its favor for Promenade Costumes. Ladies will be pleased with our new Spring Dress Textures. Everything in touch with the times at BROWN, EWING, AND CO.’S. BROWN, EWING, AND CO.’S. READ CAREFULLY AND TAKE A NOTE OF IT. ALL who have not LUNCHED in the Gigantic Dining Hall which has just been completed at the LEVIaTHAN should not fail to do so, and see for themselves the vast contrast in the Meals there and those in other places at precisely the same prices. IMPORTANT NOTICE. DON’T FORGET these are the LAST FEW DAYS of our GREAT SLAUGHTER SALE. GOODS MUST GO THIS WEEK. No reasonable offer refused. Tremendous Bargains in all Departments. Come and inspect our GLASS AND CHINA. Come and inspect our FANCY GOODS. Come and inspect our USEFUL LINES, MONTAGUE’S GREAT SLAUGHTER SALE. BOARD AND RESIDENCE. WANTED, by Lady, Furnished Sitting and Bedroom with uso of Kitchen, or Board and Lodging in private family. Address ** Victor,” Stab Office. Board and Residence for GentleIks men ; terms moderate; every comfort. Address “H.,” Post Office, Albany street. GENTLEMAN requires (permanently) Sitting and Bedroom with Board; no other lodgers; must be in thoroughly healthy and respectable locality. “Zero,” Office of this paper. SUPERIOR Board and Residence for 4 Gentlemen; terms moderate. Mrs Fdwards. Clarke street, off High street. HOME for an Elderly Man in Mornington; board and lodging low rate. Apply J. Neil, 74 George street. HN, MILLS bogs to notify the General • Public he has taken that well-known House known as YOKE 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. LOST AND EODND. FOUND, a Black Pig, in Market Garden at Lower Kaikorai. Owner can have same on payment of damage done and expenses. If not claimed before the 28th inst. will be sold. Apply Sew Hoy, Stafford street. LOST, Mother-of-Pearl Brooch, between Maelaggan and Walker streets. Finder please return Mrs Knox, Maclaggan street.
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