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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3, Issue 8006, 7 September 1889
LATE ADVERTISEMENTS. GASLIGHT Exhibition.—Display of Spring Novelties To-night until 10 o clock. Brown, Ewing, and Co. GATEMEN Hunt Club Meeting. Apply, in writing, up to Wednesday, 4 o clock. Sydney James, secretary. ~ AKE No Mistake.—L2.66o worth Boots I Xla. sacrificed at "Continental" (Simon I Brothers), two doora from Brown Ewing'g. £ '^LOSING our Lawrence Branch we find has * / so increased our already Large Stock that 7E are compelled during present month to make btill Further Reductions in Prices of everything T Little Dust Pan. In China, Glass, Earthenware, Britannia Metal, and Fancy Teapots we offer TMMENSE Value. Special consignment Table Cutlery. Travelling Trunks, Hat Boxes, Hand-bags, Portmanteaux. Little Du3t Pan. "1 JiE 1) Potatoes, leading varieties, Wholesale k5 and Retail, at Nimmo and Blair's. Nursery Stock at nursery pricps. KGKTABLE Seeds, saved from selected t stocks with greatest care; full assortment Garden Tools. Nimmo and Blair. FLOWiSR Seeds of choicest strains and select character, Garden Sundries, Tobacco Paper, Raffia, etc. Nimmo and Blair. 171RUIT Trees. Apples. Pears, Plume, j Peaches, etc., Roses (H.P.s and 'leas); all well grown. "EGBTABLE Seeds for present sowing T Seed Potatoes; Cabbage, Cauliflower, ' and Tomato Plants Howden and Moncrieff. >[LAZENGER'S Lawn Tennis Balls, 5 etc., just to hand at Jacobs's Gift DepOt. MACRAME Twine in all Shades, also Crewel, Embroidery, and Washing Silks. Jacobs's Gift Depdt. 'ATCHMAKING in all its different v v branches executed by W. R. Latham, Arcade; Cleaning, 4* 6d; Mainspiings, 4?. "UNT Club Races, Friday and Saturday, . September 13th and 14th. UNT Club Races. Grand Stand, 5s ; . Gtounds, Is. "UNT Club Races.—Firdt Raco will start . at 1 p.m. each day. I.C.—Grand Exhibition of New Spring iL-re Fashions. Warehouse open This Evening till 10 o'clook. D I,C—Grand Exhibition of New Spring a Fashions. Warehouse open This Evening till 10 o'clock. DI, C—Grand Exhibition of New Spring e Fashions. Warehouse opon This Evenißg till 10 o'clock. I.C.—Grand Exhibition of New Spnng 4 Fashions. Warehouse open This Evening till 10 o'clock, 'OTIC E.-Poison laid on my Property for Dogs, Kirkland Hill, Roslyn, John Jones. * D. MOCKFORD (successor to late » Hector Mockford), Sweep and Nightman, Walker street; ordera punctually attended to. "\RUID3, Otago Lodge, invite Brethren of xJ Sister Lodges to Social, Wednesday first, 8 sharp ; good programme. RS DREAVER will show her first-clam selection of Sp.ing and Summer Millinery on Tuesday. TH. The Goods will bo laid out for _vr inspection in the shop, and Ladies are "N VITED to come in and inspect them ; also ju to compare the price with other shows of the Rame class cf goods. Mrs Dreaver's, George street. SUtf EDIN'S Festive Season is Coming H. 1 J and B. Browulie's beautiful Hats are eoioe. Customers arc beaming. UNEDIN'S Festive Season is Coming H. and B. Brownlie's beautiful Bonnets are going. Customers are seouring. HORT HAND, Bookkeeping, Penmanship, *s Arithmetic, English, etc., etc., Fvening Glasses and Private Tuition daily. Wood'd Academy, Octagon. ROLL Up. Roll Up to the Palace Skating Rink This Evening. Fine Music, and only sixpence admission. ' OOK Out for Grand Scotch Ooncrt and J Dance, North-east Valley Hall, Wednesday. 11th September, by Mr A. Purves (the well-known Scotoh vocalist) and several talented Vocalists and Instrumentalists. See Bills. 5 Reward.—A rumor having hoen circulated in Port Chalmers that a man mfferins: from Leprosy was residing on the piemiaes of Wah Foon, fruiterer, of George street, tho same being done for the purpose of injuring the business of the said Wah Foon, he will pay the above Reward to any person who will give information of the person who spread such an unfounded report. "TMOST value in Cash givon for Secondly hand Pianos, Challenge Piano Dopflt, 106 George street. R. R. Moss, manager. I WE are Cash Buyers of Wool, Sheepskin?, Rabbitskins. Horsehair, etc., in any quantity. Arthur M'Donald and Co., Bond Btreet. SK Grocors for Strang s patent Soluble Ik. Coffee Powder; made instantly with boiling water; no pots required ■£SSRS FITOHBTT AND THORNTON, Solicitors, Crawford street, have Money to Lend on freehold securities. "EW ZEALAND and South Seas Exhibi.i tion.—Persons, engaßed in the Erection oi above buildings can get beßt Meals and Bods in town at Spanish Restaurant, Princes strset Rnuth. Meals, 6d—at all hours. Bedß, Is. Night porter kept JOHN GUILLMOTT, Hairdresser. Princes street south, has secured a First-class Assistant. Customers may rely on despatch. IXHIBITION Model Piano; seven octave?, I steel frame, covering Wrest plank, full trichords, repeater action, "NCISED, gilded, and engraved panpl«; price L3B, net cash; ao discount. Now on view Chas. Begg and Co. "ILLINERY.— Spring and Summer Snow, Tnesday, 3rd September, and following day?.' Inspection invited. Mrs Gill, Princes street. I RS GILL has opened, ex s,s Aorangi, 3 cases of the latest colorings in Dress I Materials; special value. ISS SOOULLAR'S (corner of York Fitting Claßßeß. Dreaßmaking thoroughly taught. ___ , KATE Wheels, 1» a Set. W. H. Davies, kj wood-turner, Great King atreet. Billiard balls re-turned. FUNERALS supplied at very Reasonable Prices and Terms. A. J. Wynn, undertaker, St. Andrew street. NDIGESTION Cured by Dr Freeman s jl Specific; a wonderful remedy. Ellisdon and Co., agents, 30 Princes street. "ONEY can be obtained from R. Francis, Octagon (upstair?, next Athenseum). Repaid weekly, monthly, or otherwise. M" ISSES~THO"MSON"and _ kel!y have Re- j sumed Private Dressmaking, R Brown's, George street. A tiial solicited. Apprentices wanted. | OTICE. THE PALACE SKATING i_i RINK may be Engaged Privately for Balls, Skating Parties, or other Amusements, upon reasonable terms, by applying to Mr ALDRIOH, Proprietor. ANTED the Public to Know —The » t Meals obtainable at HORTON'S (Old Times Restaurant) for Sixpence make the so-called superior meals which are charged one shilling sink into insignificance in comparison. N.B.—Kitchen alterations being complete. Cake, Buna, and innumerable other delicacies for Tea, Sunday included. Hot Rolls for Breakfast. N.B. again.—As only part of Dining Room is f urniflhed I have only room for 200 this week at a Bitting. PUBLIC NOTICE. . ANTED KNOWN that Mr DARK is no longer Collecting my Accounts, and that from this date they will bo collected by my Clerk, whose receipt only will be reoognised by me. E. F. LAWRENCE, 20 George street. Shabebrokeb. REMOVED TO A.M.P. BUILDINGS. I have two Rooms with Strong Room in A.M.P. Buildings to Sub-let, also Room lately occupied by me in Eldon Chambers. ■R G. M. BAPR, M. INST. O.E. (late Engineer to Otago Harbor Board), is about to Visit the Lake District and Stewart Island, and will be glad to Advise Intending Investors upon tho various proposed Gold and Tin enterprises in these Districts. B.Z, INSURANCE BUILDIKGS, Crawford street,
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