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PUBLIC NOTICES. RUTHERFORD AND 00. UTHJSRFORD AND 00. aio still takin Photographs— Cabinets, xoacd: Cards, 5s Cd. OPPOSITE Bunk of New Zealand, Princes street, C. A. BRESSEY. ■»>KESSEY’S for Birthday Cards—Opals, Raphael Tnck’a celebrated Cards. RBSSEY’S for Birthday Cards —Handpainted Porcelain Cards. RtfSSEY’S for Birthday Cards—Carbons, Photos and Hand-painted Satins. ' RESSEY S for Birthday Cards—Hand Screens, Horseshoes, and Bannerets. BRKSSEY’S for Birthday Cards—Latest Designs; new stock per mail. RESSEY’S for Booklets with Pen and Pencil. B RESSEY’S for Scrap-books—Best value in town. B RESSEY’S for Photographic Albums— New Lines just opened up. BRESSEY’S for Oleographs Splendid Selection just to hand, BKKSSEY’S for Oleographs—Windsor and Balmoral, Swiss Lakes, etc. BRESSEY’S for Oleographs—Select Assort ment of large size do. BRESSEY’S for Scraps—Large Stock, 6d and Is packets. 151 George street. HIM MEL BROTHERS O I‘ rinoes stveet 80 uth, opposite the JL fat Spanish Restaurant, Repair ACCORDIONS, Concertinas (with steel tongues), American Organs, Hand Organs, Harmoniums, and Pianos tuned, CLAKIONETTES, Flutes, Fans, Spectacle Frames, Pipes, Carving Forks, Jewellery, etc. f also Clocks, Engagements taken for Dancing (English concertina and piano). MISCELLANEOUS. WILLIAM WILSON (successor to R. G. Harris), Nightman, Orders punctually attended to. St, Andrew street. PHCENIX Jams daily increasing in favor take no other. DURSTON’S Washed and Fumigated Woollen Flock; only maker In the market. Inquire all furniture upholsterers. WOLFE’S Schnapps is a tonic and stimulant which cannot be surpassed. Ask for and obtain Wolfe’s. SPRING, 1889. NEW DRESS FABRICS. ■JVTOLLISON, MILLS, AND 00. beg to invite special attention to their unusually Large Assortment of ENGLISH AND FOREIGN DRESS MATERIALS, And respectfully solicit an Early Inspection, OTatteuns Post Fbee. NEW DRESS MATERIALS IN Summer Vigognes Cambridge Suitings Sandringham Suitings Llangollen Suitings Hurlingham Hygienics Bongalines Liberty Cloth St. Austell Babetto Savoyard, 100 EXHIBITION DRESSES, per s.s. Coptic, from 39s (!d to 1265, In these Goods wo have Not Two Dresses Alike. NEW COLORS. Serpent, View Rose, Japon, Peach Stone, Nut Brown, Scilla, Tea Rose, Sauterello, Epbratcs, Charteusc, Lichen Green, Ripe Strawberry, Tea Green, Silver Blue, Damask Rose, Silver Beach, Begonia, Pirus, Olive Leaf, Copper Beach, Serpent, Tusin, Japon, Boreal, Silver Blue. MOLLISON, MILLS, AND CO, would ca attention to the DRESSMAKING DEPARTMENT, which is under the charge of Miss Wilson (late with Kirkpatrick, Glendining, and Co.), also Miss Smith, Both ladies are thoroughly skilled in the art of Dressmaking. Wo would recommend all in request of a Dress to leave their orders early, before the rush o the season, MOLLISON, MILLS, AND CO 195 AND 107 Ghoboe stbket, DUNEDIN (Opposite Knox Church. Kelso fishing tackle (ex Rimutakl). —New Floating May Flies, Lake Flies, Floating Flies, Now Salmon and Trout Gut, Casting and Trace Linos, Double, Treble, and Single Gut Lines, American Enamelled Silk Linos, Reels, Gaffs, Nets, Rods, Wading Stockings, etc. W. BREMER, Corner of George and Frederick streets. F I V B O’CLOCK FIVE O’CLOCK TEA FIVE O’CLOCK TEA FIVE O’CLOCK TEA FIVE O’CLOCK TEA. TEA Sold Bt G, H. SMITH, GROCER AND PROVISION MERCHANT, 121 George Street, DUNEDIN, ST. GEORGE JAM. Selected Fruit and Best Sugar. All Grocers. DVERTISEMENTS intended for insertion In the Country Edition of this Journal stymld be sent to the office not later than ? p.m

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 4, Issue 8033, 9 October 1889

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 4 Issue 8033, 9 October 1889

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