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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2, Issue 8001, 2 September 1889
LATE ADVERTISEMENTS. Be Sold by Tender, on Saturday, 7th 1. September, all the Plant of the Pioneer Cheose Company, Sandymount, Otago Peninsua, Paiticulara on application to manager. "ILK.—Rich, pure, and fresh, Id pint. At i.j.b. Moston's Dairy, 96 George st-cet, and branchep. GREAT Bale of Lightband, Allan, ard Go. a Christchnrch Stock at the City Boot Palace, 7i George street, corner St. Andiow street. """OASBTS""Qairiino and Steel Wire has no .a..J equal as Nerve- and General Tonie. Champagne I iuts, 2s. >TUVILEGES fof Hunt Club Races, Sepi. tember 13th ard 14th. Sold at Wright, Stephenson, atd Cr.'sNew Yarda on Saturday, 7th inst, at 11 o'clock. EXHIBITION Music—'Joan of Arc,' 'Comola,' 'Lord of the Isles'—only had at Dresden Piano DerOb. 1 1/B "ESSRS FITCHKTT AND THORNTON, XVI. Solicitors, Crawford street, have Money to Lend on freehold securities. ASK Grocers for Strang's patent Soluble Coffee Powder; made instantly with boiling water; no pot 3 required TTTMOST value in Cash given for Secondij band Pianos. Chall ngc Piano Depflt, 108 George street. R. R. Moss, manager. WE are Cash Buyers of Rabbitskins m any quantity. Arthur M'Donald and Co., Bond street. "ILLINERY.—Spring and Summer Snow, Tuesday, 3rd September, ard following diyp. Inspection invited. Mrs Gill, Princes street. MRS GILL has opened, ex e.s Aorangi, 3 ca9fs of the latest coloring.) in Drcsi Materials; s-pecial value. KNITTING Machines. The latest improved, and at Prices ranging from LlO upwards. Inspection invited. Melville, Octagon. IAFETif Bicycles, of the latest pattern. kJ price LlO 10s and upwards. At VV. Melville's, Octagon, JB. KIKK has Resumed Business, with « American chairs. Saloon, second to none, 98 George street. UIDA" Pianos. Durable, effective, "w handsome; ftom 50 to 75 guineas. On gala only, Chas, Begg and Co. "VfEW Music—Solomon's operetta, 'Pickjji wick'; comic song, 'I shall hive'em,' by Lutz. Chan. Be«g and Co, m.'M KOBEIiTSOJN (late Dunedin manager J for 10 years for Lightband, Allan, and Co.) is seiling his old firm's stock at the City Boat Palace, 71 George street. TEW ZEALAND and South Seas Exhibition.—Persons engaged in the Erection oi above buildings can get best Meals and Beds in town at Spanish Restaurant, Princes street south. Meals, Gd-at all hours. Beds, Ib. Night porter kept. PECIAL.-Try Carter and Co for Drapery U and Clothing, Just landed their Second Shipment Now Goods, ex Copt'c. New Goods in all Depart ments, at the Lowest Prices in Town, ior Cash Only. See our Windows and Doors. Try Carter and Co. "EMBERS of Enterprise Lodge, U.A.0.D., a.tjl are hereby notified 1 hat the Lodge Room is now Removed to Ogg's Railway Hotel. GEO. SCOTT, Secretary. IHE FRUE Concentrating or Vanning I Machines for saving Pyrites, Tin, Copper, etc., will be on v'ew at Otago Foundry till 15th September. ROBERT NEILL, Agent rO LET, at Anderson's Pay, a well built and charmingly situated COTTAGE, containing Sitting Room, Two Bedroom.3, Kitchen, Scullery, Bathroom, and Lavatory. Plentiful supply of water, and half an acre of well cultivated Land—Fruit and Vegetable Carden—well sheltered. Apply F. B. HUNT, Esq., Oaklands, Anderson's Bay. FUNERAL NOTICE. "EMBERS of Enterprise Lodge, U. A.0.D., l are requested io attend Funeral of the late Wife of Bro. G. P. Stewart, which will move from his residence, Bay View road, South Dunedin. for tho Southern Cemetery, TOMORROW, at 2.30 p.m. GEO. SCOTT, Secretary. \ ISIRIOT ORDER. Volunteer Office, Dunedin, 2nd September, 18S9. The Volley and Independent FiriDg of Corps in Dunedin District will take place as follows : Port Chalmers Naval Artillery and L Battery Artillery p.m. Kaitangata Rifles—3oth September, at 3 o'clock p.m. Rruco Riflss—lst October, at 3 o'clock p.m. Tuapeka Rifles-2nd October, at 3 o'clock p.m. Fast Taieii Kifles—3rd October, at 3 o'clock p.m. West Taieri Rifles-4th October, at 3 o'clock pm. Dunedin Naval Artillery, B Battery Artillery, and City Guards —sth October, at 2.30 o'clock p.m. Peninsula Naval Artillery, Engineers, and Wakari Rifles—l2th October, at 2.30 o'clock p.m. North Dunerlin Rifles, Highland Rifles, and Irish Kffles—l9th October, at 2.30 o'clook p.m. South District Rifles —lsth November, at 3 o'clock p.m. The Annual Muster Parade will be held as follows, at 8 o'clock p.m. in each cise : Port Chalmers Naval Artillery and L Battery Artillery—2Bth September. Kaitang»ta Rifle3-30th September. Bruce Rifles-Ist October. Tuapeka Rifles—2nd October. East Taieri Rifles- 3rd October. West Taieri Riiles—4th October City Guards—llth November. Irish Rifles—llth November. Highland Bifles—l2th November. North Dunedin Rifleß—l3th November. Dunedin Naval Artillery—l4th November. South District Rifles—lsth November. Peninsula Naval Artillery—l9ch November. B Battery Artillery- 20th November. Engineers—2oth November. Wakari Rifles-21sfc November. By order. H. GORDON, Major, District Adjutant. 1889. SPRING NOVELTIES'. SPRING NOVELTIES. BROWN, EWIN9, AND CO. are now busy opening up their First Shipments of New Spring Goods ex direct steamers Arawa and Aorangi, comprising 165 cases of Ohoice General Drapery For SPRING 1889 For SPRING 1889 For SPRING 1889. Mr EWING, who is still superintending the Buying in tho Home Markets, has displayed excellent taste and judgment in his various selections of seasonable Spring Goods. A leading feature of the Dress Trade this season will be the MODEL COMPOSITE ROBES MODEL COMPOSITE ROBES MODEL COMPOSITE ROBES. Each one diff orent in style and material. Some of the Colorings are entirely novel and attractive. Large Checks are again in favor for Promenade Coßtumes. 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, CONVENIENT TO THE EXHIBITION. CORPORATION SECTIONS IN PRINCES STREET SOUTH, suitable for Tempolary or Permanent Buildings for Storage or displaying Reserve Stooks in connection with above. I have instructions from the City Corporation of Dunedin to offer FOR LEASE, on long or short terms, Sections 4, 5, 6, and 14, Block 42, fronting Princes street south. R, B. MARTIN, Water Btreet,
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