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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2, Issue 8036, 12 October 1889
LATE ADVERTISEMENTS. RUSSELL Street.—To Let, 4-roomea Cottage ; range, waßhhouae, built-in boiler. Mr Dryden, Arthur street. POUR Front Rooms; gas, register grates; good locality, flee minutei' from train. Address "Mornington," Stab Office. lAF£TY Bicycle For Sale—Singer's ExtrakJ ordinal y Challenge, in good ordor; price, L 5. Apply Watson, Box 281. ICY CLE (Kangaroo Safety) for Sale; seesaw saddle; lamp, etc.; in splendid order; very cheap for cash. "Kangaroo," Stab Office. FOR Sale, Chimney Sweeping Machine; nearly new j very cheap, For particular apply Mr Reid, seedsman, Princes street. 7UTZHARDINGE JONES, 95 Princes jj street, Lends Money at Lowest Rates on Freehold Security. Bills Discounted daily. /»QA To £2,ooo.—For Sale, Properties rtfeo" (Ounedin and suburbs). Fitzhardinge Jones, I*s Princes stre;t. - Cash will purchase £ acre, good 61 roomed House, Mornington (mortgage, L 205). Fitzhardinge Jones, Princes street. JSL liouso-Rosl3'n;L26 yearly. Fitzhardioge Jones, 95 Princes street. RENDERS Invited until lbtli October for Erection of Verandah and Alterations to 11. P. Botting's Premise?, Kensington. P. W. Laing, architect, St. Andrew street. "EW Spring and Bummir Clothing. Magnificent stoolc Men's Suits, 27s (id to sf>9. Clothing Factoiy, Octagon. YACINI'HS. Hyacinths. Hjacinths.— Seo Katthows's splendid Display at Horticultural Show; also, beautiful specimens Mountain Lilies in bloom RS IZKTT, Chiistchurch, wishes to place LYJL experienced young L'uly in a Dunedin bar ; phcto sent. Z. ALLIANCE—Mr Coad will Arrive 25th inst. Meetings in City Hall. rHOSE Smells Again !—Morgan and Co. for Asphalting; Morgan and Co. for Tairing and Sanding; Morgan and Co. for Concrete and Plastering. Asphalting from Is per yard. Asphalt Works, St. Andrew street. Gymnastic and Musical Entertainment, St. John's Hall, Roslyn, 25th inst. Admission Is. BOYS' Clothing New, stylish, durable, cheap ; most complete stock ; Suits, 5s to 40s. Clothing Factory, Octagon. LITTLE Dust Pan Emporium of Novelties, George street, Duuedin. New Gcods arriving daily. Variety of Cutlery, China, Glasr, JT Fancy Goods, Household Ironmongery, etc ,at wholesale prices. Little Dust Pan. FULL Compass Iron - framed Trichord Pianos, elegant Wa'nut Case, Patent Rimovab'c Check Actions, Warranted for TEN Years; price, 35 Guineas, with discount for cash. Only obtainable Dresden Piano Depflt, Princes street. 'ATEUFALLS.—Break from City Hotel, v v 11 a.m.; Duke street, 11.20, 12.45, 1.50, 2 50. CHOICE Selection of Dress Materhls; leading shades. Dressmaking under _ experienced management. Mrs Gill, Princes street, (jsr Opened, cplondil assortment of vy Ladies' Jackets and Mantles; leading shapes and newest colore. Mrs Gill. 7E are Cash Buyers of Wool, Sheepskins, v V Rabbitskins, Horsehair, etc., in any quantity. Arthur M'Donalu and Co., Bond street. 'TMOST Value in Cash is paid by the \j Challenge Piano Dep6t for Second-hand Pianos. "ESSRS FITCHBTT AND THORNTON, Solicitors, Crawford street, have Money to Lend on freehold securities. TD. MOCKFORD (successor to late Hector • Mockford), Sweep and Nightman, Walker street. Orders punctually attended to. "EW ZEALAND and Soutli Seas Kxhibi- ,, tion.—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, Is. Night porter kept. IADSBY'S 'Lord of tho Isles,' Sol-fa Edition, on SaK Chas. Bezg and Co UIDA" Pianos. Dumhlo, effective, handsome ; fioin 50 to 7~> guineas. On sale only. Chas. INDIGESTION Cured by Dr Freeman s Specific; a wonderful remedy. Ellisdon and Co., agents, 30 Princes street. supplied at vciv Reasonable J Prices and Terms. A. J. Wynu, undertaker, St. Androw street. NK^TE^hecls7Ts _ aPeir.' W.~H. Davies, O wood-turner, Great King strcot. Billiard balls ro-turned. MAC ARTHUR' 3 for Watch Repairs; second to no shop in New Zealand (33 years' practical experience). A LL kinds of Watches (commonest to the rV most complicated) may be left with confidence to his care. ALL Woik done guaranteed ; very moderate chargm. All repairs (for security) stored in Milncr's fireproof safes. GRICULTURATj Seeds.—Clovers, English ' Grajses, Mangold-', Turnips, Carrot, etc., otc. VEGETABLE Seeds for present (-owing, all tested : Cabbage, Cauliflower, and Tomato Plants. Howdenand Moncrieff. FROZEN LAMBS. CHRISTMAS AND NEW YEAR PRESENTS FOR HOME. ' AM now Booking Ordors for my Annual JL Shipments as above. S. G. SMITH. City Butchery. SPECIAL BANK HOLIDAY. .OTIOE 18 HERERY GIVEN that WBDI NESDAY, tho 16th day of October, being the Twenty-eighth Anniversary of the Oppning of the Bank, will bo held as a Special Bank Holiday at all the Offices of th's Bank in Now Zealand. GEO. E. TOLHURST, Acting General Manager. Bank of Now Zealand, Auckland, October 7,1889. MESTON'S ALBANY STRBET DAIRY. aAVING Disposed of the above Dairy to Mr ROBERT TELFER, I beg to thank my customers and the public generally for their patronage. WANTED KNOWN, that I, ROBERT TELFER, have Bought tho above Dairy, and hopo to bo patronisoil by my friends and the publi<\ where they can obtain Fresh Milk, Buttermilk, and Cream, twice daily. Fresh Butter (from choice makorw). Fresh laid Eggs, etc. DUNEDIN IRISH RIFLES. r b HIE above CORPS will Parade for GovcmI went Inspection at tho Garrison Hall on MONDAY EVENING Next, 11th inst., at 7.15 o'clock. Unifoim : Full Dress. A, I'AIItUAIRN, Captain Commanding. TOUT CHALMERS MAYORAL ELECTION. "It W. M. INNES desires respectfully to intimate to the Ratepayers that ho will be n CANDIDATE at tho forthcoming Election. Being about to visit Melbourno, he wishes tho citizens to know that ho will roturn to Port Chalmers in time to lay his views on Municipa. natters hoforo them prior to the Nomination and Election, WHITE DRESS MATERIALS. WHITE DRESS MATERIALS. WHIIE DRESS MATERIALS. SROWN, EWING, AND CO havo just roceived, ox Riinutoka, five cases lovely White Dross Toxturos, specially imported for tho Exhibition ohoir, comprising—(liOQ Whlto Embroidered Bobos, 8b 6d, To the 12s Gd, 15s, 18s, to 45s each 12 pieoeß Whito Nun's Veiling LADIES u j,; eoeß whito French Cashmere of tho J G pieces Whito Frcnoh Merino I 10 pieces Whito Pongco Filks BXHiBi- 0 l , iceoß Whito Silk Lustres tion 100 pieces White Lace Stripo Muslins 100 piccos Whito Laco Check Muslins CHOIB. jijcjjog White Nanisook Muslins BROWN. EWING, AND CO. Havo pleasure in directing tho attention of Ladles to tho above splendid lot of Dress JT- i.„:-1- .11 ~.«.h- D A of. «,£. T.nw<uit. Maofc Prlz-nd WHITE DRESS MATERIALS.: WHITE DRESS MATERIALS. WHITE DRESS
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