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PUBLIC NOTICES. NDRHW LEES, 48 GEORGE STREET. (Established 1659.) PAPEEHANGINGS. The Very Latest Designs in PAPERHANGING S, Just Arrived ex Fleione and Ralston. JAPANESE DECORATIONS AND SATINETTES. Beautiful Selection in DRAWING AND DINING ROOM PAPERS. Wo invite Inspection, as this class of Paper hangings are entirely New, and have not been introduced here before. Please Note the Address ANDREW LEES, 48 GEORGE STREET, DUNEDIN. gfPEIGHT AND CO.’S PilZB BEER G.'fi, West, Esq., 135 Euston road, London, j Dear Sir, —Being intimate with ore of the principal supervisors of excise here leant him a 1 few dozen of Messrs Speight and Oo.i Dunedin ’ Beer with the object of getting the pinion of ■ the Excise Chemist on it; and lam gad to say he has pronounced it one of the finest leers he ever analysed, it having the high specifi gravity of 10.80deg, the greatest amount of sprit and the least quantity of acid he ever came aross. When I tell you that every shipment 0 Beer going out of the Clyde must be sampled >y tbo excise officers and then analysed by their chemists, I consider this opinion is botteithan anything else I could say on it. At preset: the Beer is too flat to send to anyone not an eneit - in the trade; but as soon as it comes into on- , dition I will have it distributed. Yours very truly, 1 (Signed) ROBB, MOORE, AND CO c (Per H. S. Moore). A Correspondent writes s Please send me some more of that Speight Ale you are bottling. I am very particula. 8 : ijoat the beer I have, and hitherto have had g down on “Colonial,” preferring to pay the . Higher price for the best brands of English a Bottled Ale. I must confess, however, that ’ what you have sent me pleases mo in every respect as well as any I have ever used. Perhaps the great difference in price between 10a and 14s a dozen has affected my judgment, but I do not think so. At any rato, so long as you maintain the quality at the same standard you should be able to supplant the imported article. To John Barron, 29 Rattray street. ROBERTSON, SANDERSON, AND CO.’S CELEBRATED MOUNTAIN DEW WHISKY Is the Beat in the Market, RHEINGOLD CIGARS. The only First Prize Medal at the Indian and Colonial Exhibition (London) in 1880 was received by the makers of the RHEINGOLD R.G.D, CIGARS. The premier ironmongery COMPANY, Princes Street, Dunedin (C 'pposite the Bank of New Zealand), OFF ER Special Inducements to those about to Furnish in the Selection from their Hew and Varied Stock of FURNISHING IRONMONGERY. LI, THE LATEST NOVELTIES for the ?Drawing Room, Library, Hall, Bedroom, '.Bathroom, Kitchen, and Scullery. PEC UAL VALDES -IN TRAVELLING TRUNKS, Bonnet Boxes, Brush ware, Lampwaro, Cutlery, Spoons and Forks, Japanned and Tinned Goods, Saloon Rifles and Cartridges. ANGES, Register and Slew-combustion Tile Grates, Mantelpieces, Tile Hearths, Fenders, Flreirons, Coal Boxes, Fire Screens, American and Scotch Cooking stoves, Copper Boilers, and Furnace Frames. LEOTRO-PLATED TEA AND COFFEE SERVICES, Cruets, Cake Baskets, Butter Coolers, Marmalades, Jelly Dishes, and Bronze Ornaments, suitable. for Presents. •STSTATER - WHITE KEROSENE 01 l’ YV 150° test. Guaranteed the best in the market. heTprbmier ironmongery COMPANY, Princes Stheet, Dunedin (Opposite the Bank of New Zealand). OHAS. B. BRAID, Manager. WE LIVE TO DIE AND DYE TO LIVE. JR H 0 D B S, • DUNEDIN DYBWORKS, 116 George street, Dnnedin. The only Practical Dyeing and Gleaning Works in Otago. Every description of dyeing and cleaning done carefully and well. ST, GEORGE JAM. Once used, always used. All Grocers. _____ rv ’IAKEN from my Shop last week, 2,0001b of the best Sausages in Town. Cole, jkm iver street,

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 4, Issue 7999, 30 August 1889

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 4 Issue 7999, 30 August 1889

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