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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1, Issue 8010, 12 September 1889
STALE FOREIGN OOOOA DISCARDED I A Discerning Public Calls for TT U D 8 0 N'S OOOOA. Pare, Fresh, and Delicious. 20 per cent, better value that any imported Cocoa. Pure Soluble, .'sa 4d per lb. Breakfast, Is 4i\ per lb. Homoeopathic (packets), Is per lb. TAKE NO OTHER. ELSON, MO ATE, ND 00. Beg to draw the attention of the public to the fact that it is raoßt important that they should insist upon having Nelson, Moate, and Co. a Pure Teas when they ask for them, as the market is full of inferior mixtures pat up in similar packets, and pushed upon the public for the sake of extra profit. N„ M., and Co.'s Natural Flavored Prize Teas have byfarthelargestsaleinthe SOUTHERN WORLD. TVTEW ZEALAND LOAN AND DISCOUNT BANK. Moray Place Criterion Hotel). Mt.ney advanced on Personal and other Security. Loans granted frcm L 5 to L 5.000, repayable by weekly or monthly instalments. Loans of LT lepayable 5a weakly ; Loans of LlO rapayable 10s weekly; Loans of Lls repayable '.ss weekly; Loans of ISO repayable 20a weekly—and so on up to L 5.000. No law costs and no expenses but the octn»l Tttte of interest. EiUa discounted daily at current iateß. No delay, and the strictest eeerecy guaranteed. Office hours: 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.; Mondays, 9 a,m. to 8 p.m.; Satmdays, i. a.m. to 1 p.m.; Saturday Evening, 6to 8 o'olock. I. ISAACS, Manager. OPY OF LETTER received from the Proprietors Grand Hotel, Dunedin : Grand Hotel, Dunedin, 14th June, 1889. Messrs S. Kirkpatrick and Co., Jam Manufacturers, Nelson. Dear Sirs,—We have tried your "K" brand of Jam and found it most excellent. Our guests are unanimous in its praise. It is a treat to use such an article. The conserve is a most delicious table preserve. Yours, etc., (Signed) J. and J. Watson. Ask: fee the "K" BRAND of JAM, and take no other. SAFETY, BRILLIANCY, ECONOMY. ELECTRIC OIL (Pure Water-white). High Test 150deg. Patent Tkp and Filler. Entirely free from any Don't forget to ask your grocer for It. Shipment now landing ex Mabel. MONEY. GOLDEN FLEECE LOAN AND DIS OT COUNT OFFICE, Dowling btbket. Loans advan-.od from L 5 and upwards on personal or any other security; repayable by weekly instalments, or to suit Borrowers. ITra<ie«men'B Bills Discounted. Money Lent on Diaiaoods. Jewellery, or any available security. R. M. MARKS, Proprietor. FEW ADVANTAGES DRESDEN PIANO COMPANY'S HIRE PURCHASE SYSTEM. fist—N© ««».ter where you live, it enables you to besoase the owner of a thoroughly good and souad Pianoforte or American Organ J>y simply Paying tho Hire for a stated period. «/nd—Possession is obtaiead on Payment of the First Monthly or Quarterly Instalment. Srd—No Further Expense whatwer is incurred beyond the instalments tat the period Agreed on. <tb~'Elie Piano or American Organ can feo Exohanfted for one of a Better Class at auy time within the period of hiring. <*>h—An exoetteet Piano or Organ (warranted for ten years) ata be obtained for a deposit 4>l 30s and payment of 30s monthly. <Mj—A First-class Guaraatee is given with overjr Instrument purchased. ?th— Terms, etc, seat Post Free on application. SHEET MUSIC A SPECIALTY. tfHB DRESDEN PIANO 00.'S DEPOT, 31 Princes street, Dunedin. J. A. X. RIEDLE, Manager. PUBLIC NOTICE. THE ' EVENING STAR'. RUNNERS' SOCIETY D«li»«r Bills, Circulars, Plans, etc., from house to hcuse, in any district in Dunedin and Suburbs, from Is 6d per 100. tor fa-formation, etc., apply to the Publisher, oftico of this paper. ft JOHN P. i.£MSTEONG, DENTIST, May be Consulted at his Office, 112 PRINCES STREET (Exactly or/poc'te Cargill's Monument). MR FRANK ARMSTRONG, SURGEON DENTIST fln conjunction with Mr J. P. Armstbong), lias comiKeaced the practice of his Profession, and may be consulted at the office htely occupied by Mr Salmond, 112 PRINCES STREET (Exactly opposite Cargill's Monoment), WANTED Kiwwn-That Bill-heads, Cir» culars, Cards, Programmes, and General Printing of every description are executed at the Evening Star Office *t moderate prices. ONDON LOAN AND DISCOUNT ' SOCIETY, 3 Manse Steekt. LOANS from U.Q to LIO.OOO, .payable to -suit convenience of Borrowers. Trade Bills discounted. Money advanced to perso&s entitled to money <fa England or elsewhere. HENRY BENJ4.MIN, Manager £0 LADIES. EILES ;has iiuch pleasure in announcing • that he has Engaged the Services of a Tirst-olass Ladies' Hairdresser, with English, /American, and Australian experience. Ladies •waited on at their private residences. Ball or IFancy Headdresses a specialty. Note the Address—,7 7 PRINCES S TREES (Mutual Life Buildings). WOBDS FOR ONE SHILLING,The ohaiige for Wanteds, To Lets, For >Sales, etc, etc., is.de for Sixteen Words. Space Advertisements are chafed at the rate of 4s per •inch 'the first insertion, 3b per inch subse<quent insertions. Stewllqg Advertisements'by special arrangement.
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