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LATE ADVERTISEMENTS. Dressmakers wanted (good Body Hands); also. Improvers; constant employment. Carter and Co. BOYS’ Straw Hits ; all the school colors ; a la’go stock; from Us. At Mastitis’’, the hatter. fjlOK MALE, comfortable d-ioomed House; ' fruit garden ; opposite University. .Apply A. Allan, grocer, K ng street. FOR SALB~Quarter of Acre of Land at Warrington Township; splendid site ; dose to station ; price, L 35. William Alexander, Prince Edward road, South Dunedin. mAN For Sale. Apply Tannery, CumberJL land street. TO Oilmen and Others. —A few 20-gallon Drums For Sale. Tannery, Cumberland street. CARTER AND CO. for Lace Curtains, Blankets, Quilts, Towels, Toilet Covets, Carpets, etc. Grand stock; desperately cheap. LOOK,— To Let, 9-roomed House; gas, stable, bath, fowlhouse, and J-acre; low rent. Wood, Arcade, mo LET, large 4-roomed House; every con--5 venienoo; close to Belt. D. Stalker, Maclaggan street, Mornington. mO LET, a 5-roomed Dwelling, Leith street, J. near Frederick street; also a7-roomed Dwelling, Upper Duncan street. Apply Perpetual Trustees Co., Lower Rattray street. T° street. LET, good 4-roomed Cottage; 7s; five minutes’ Exhibition. J, Henry, Walker MHO LET, small Grass Paddock ; shelter and JL water; five minutes' Exhibition, J. Henry, Walker street. TO LET (Arthur street), House, 6 rooms; every convenience; garden, copper, and bath. Apply H. Lament. rip.O LET, comfortable Three-roomed Cottage. 8 I. Selby, Castlo street, between St. Andrew and Hanover streets. TO LET, 5-roomed Cottage, detached; every convenience; gas; above Tram Station, Mornington. App'y Carroll’s Store, ONE Ton Giant Rhubarb, the fineet and cheapest in the City; Asparagus, Spring Salad. Bull. OTAGO Rowing Club Jerseys, Otago Rowing Club Caps (a’.l sizes). At Masters’s, the hatter and hosier. RESERVE YourPurchases-Jacobs’s Gift Depst Closed cn Saturday, Reopen in the Evening, MILK! Milk! Milk! —rich, pure, fresh morning and evening the genuine article. Heston's Dairy, 96 George street. O-MORROW CARTER AND Co, will bo offering at their doors several desperate Bargains. Call and see. POISON Laid on my Section (section 8, block 7), Shiel Hill, Anderson’s Bay. M. J, Bone. LARNER. Auctioneer, has Furniture, Bedding, Bedsteads, Carpets, Linoleums, and Furnisliinga for Private Sale. Rattray street, next Bank. THE New Zealand Clothing Factory, Octagon, will Not Open till 6 o’clock To-morrow (Saturday) Evening. LEITH Valley, from Duke street.—Break running to Waterfall will carry Leith Passengers for Threepence, CHOICE Selection of Dross Materials; leading shades, Dressmaking under experienced management. Mrs Gill, Princes street. I'tMT Opened, splendid assortment of Ladies’ Jackets and Mantles; leading shapes and newest colors. Mrs Gill. A FACT,—The Challenge Piano Depot rIL have on Sale a Piano, 20 guineas cash. Liberal terms. WE are Cash Buyers of Wool, Sheepskins, Rabbitskins, Horsehair, etc., in any quantity. Arthur M’Donald' and Co., Bond street. PIANOFORTE Instruction Book for Tonic Sol-fa Pupils, 3s; posted, 3s 6d. Chap. Bcgg and Co. KIN I) 9RS PEIL.—The ‘ Christmas Gif t ’ and ‘ Kleinlieder ’; the ‘ Alphabet ’on sale. Chas. Bcgg and Co. FIRST of the Season.—Asparagus, Oranges, Lemons, Fating and Cooking Apples, Prunes, Figs, Ginger. At Buchanan’s. Qi"k Petunias, Asters, Lobelia, Climbers, o"'v East Lothian and Fenwick Stocks, Wallflowers, Zinnias, Ageratum, Larkspur, Everlastings, Marigolds. _Bull._ _ DRESSES.— Ladies requiting Dresses should leave their Orders early. Carter and Co. are finding a difficulty in obtaining sufficient experienced Dressmakers, and all Orders will he executed in rotation as received. A AND T. INGLIS have largest Stock • and best Variety of Bedding in Town. See windows. A AND T. INGLIS have just opened, ex • Hangchow, very largo Shipment of Chinese Cane Furniture, IN Chairs, Lounges, Settees, Sofas, etc., etc. ; also, another Shipment of "Aurora” Lamps. Inspection invited. REMNANT HOUSE.—Just opened out, a grand variety of Spring Dress Materials for the coming season. R~ E MNAN T HOUS K. Great variety of Muslins from 4|dup; Ginghams, Prints, Galateas, Zephyrs, etc., etc., cheap. R~BMNANT HOUSE. Grand variety of Dress Stuffs; Eoarte Cloth iu new colorings at f ijd yard—cheap. TJEMNANT HOUSE.—Gloves: New Kid JLV/ Tips, in all odors, cheap; Silk, Taffeta, and Lisle-thread. BMNANT HOUSE,-Cretonnes from 4i|d Upwards—beautiful patterns and colors ; Calicoes, Sheetings, etc., etc. VTEW Goods in Every Department,—New Ixl Millinery, New Straws, Laces, Silks, Flowers, Ribbons, Gloves. Misses Brownlie. INFANTS’ lmdl3hifdren’s" Miilinery.—New Bonnets, Hats, and Hoods. Pinafores, Pelisses, Tunics, Robes, Frocks, Sashes, Shawls. MOURNING Millinery.—Bonnets, 8s 6d; Hats. 8 4 6d; choice selection of Jet, Silk, and Crape Flowers, cheap. Misses Brownlie. DUNEDIN Rifle Club,—Range open to Members for Practice To-morrow Afternoon, Saturday, sth inst., 2.30 p.m. LEMONS, Pears, Oranges, Mandarins, Navels, Passion Fruit, Oooking and Dessert Apples, Dates, Figs, Prunes, Rhubarb, Confectionery. Silyerston. OTAGO Rowing Club Jerseys, Otago Rowing Club Gaps (all sizes). At Masters’s, the hatter and hosier. SPECIAL.— You can get better value in Drapery or Clothing from Carter and 00. than any other shop in town; ready money only; desperately low prices. A GRICULTURAL Seeds.—Clovers, English Grasses, Mangolds, Turnips, Carrot, etc., VEGETABLE Seeds for present sowing, all tested ; Cabbage, Cauliflower, and Tomato Plants. Howden and Moncriefl. Q/k/V Petunias, Asters, Lobelia. Climbers, •J"" East Lothian and Fenwick Stocks, Wallflowers, Zinnias, Ageratum, Larkspur, Everlastings, Marigolds. Bull. PRYOR’S Bedding Plants are the rage,— Now ready, Auriculas, Pansies, Asters, Stocks, Antirrhinums, Canterbury Bells, Cornflowers, ' ' DOUBLE German Wallflowers, etc. If you want a good show bo sure you get Pryor’s Hardy Flowering Plants; they always give satisfaction. 62 Princes street. ~fl i a .TU /b Cabbage, Cauliflower, and Lettuce Plants; Cucumber, Marrow, Pumpkin, Tomato Plants—now ready. Pryor. VEGETABLE Seeds.—Vegetable Seedp, in illustrated packets, 3d each ; 12 packets 2a 6d. At Pryor’s, Princes street. FLOWER Seeds. Flower Seeds,—Choicest (trains, in beautifully illustrated packets, ;3d each; 12 for 2s 6d. Pryor. ’ Bunches splendid Rhubarb; our 1 OvV own growing ; best procurable ; ; see our window To-night. Pryor. ' ' Jk Bunches splendid ripe Fiji Bananas, jj xjl'l 9 only Is ‘ dozen. At Pryor’s, 62 ’ Princes street. 1 ' LADIES Furnishing should first see the Splendid Stock of Carter and Co.’s ' Reliable Goods at the lowest prices. TWEE DIR, Leith street (next Beattie’s Bakery), Repairs all kind? of Clocks, Watches, and Jewellery. Moderate charges. GOOD Fresh Butter, 6d,per lb ; Cheese, 4d . per lb. To be had at Mercer brothers’. O UTTER, Fresh Butter.—lf you prefer it ' ? really good, buy only at Mestou’s Dairy, ,96 George street. " POSTAL Orders.—Advertisers are requested to remit Postal Orders instead of, stamps,

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2, Issue 8029, 4 October 1889

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