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PUBLIC NOTICES. OLFE'S Schnapps is the moat powerful, T T wholesome, and successful restorative of this age. Obtain Wolfe's. OPENING OUT OP SPRING AND SUMMER SEASON, 1889. C JOHNSON AND 0 0., • DRAPERS, No. 7 MAOLAGGAN STREET, Have now landed, and are opening out weekly a Large and Varied Stock of New and Useful Goods in GENERAL DRAPERY AND CLOTHING, in both the Ladles'and Gentlemen's Departments, which they will offer at the Lowest Possible Gash Prices. Newest Designs in PRINTS. Newest Designs in ZEPHYRS. Newest Designs in GINGHAMS. Newest Designs in MUSLINS. Newest Designs in ROBES. Newest Designs in DRESS MATERIALS. Best Value in GLOVES; Fashionable TIP TOP GLOVES. Best Value in HOSIERY; all kinds of COTTON and WOOL HOSE. LADIES' and GENTS' UMBRELLAS, from the best makers nice handles. STRAW HATS of all descriptions and Newest Shapes. CORSETS in great variety of makc3 from first-olass manufacturers. LADIES' UNDERCLOTHING, not to be surpassed for Style and Cheapness. LADIES' FANCY APRONS in hundreds; very pretty styles. RIBBONS, LACES, FLOWERS, and FANCY GOODS in all new colorings. Newest Styles in MEN'S and YOUTHS CLOTHING, in SUITS, etc Newest Styles in BOYB* KNICKER SUITS. Newest Stylea in MEN'S and BOYS STRAW or FELT HATS. Newest Styles in REGATTA SHIRTS and WHITE SHIRTS in best makes. Grand Assortment and Good Value in GENTS' HOSIERY and UNDEROLOTH ING. Newest Styles in SCARVES, COLLAR SILK HANDKERCHIEFS, BRACES, etc. Early Inspection Invited, C. JOHNSON AND CO.

SPRING, 1889. NEW DRESS FABRICS. TMTOLLISON, MILLS, AND 00. ■***■ beg to invito special attention to their unusually Large Assortment of ENGLISH AND FOREIGN DRESS MATERIALS, And respectfully solicit an Early Inspection. OTattebns Post Fbke. NEW DRESS MATERIALS IN Summer Vigognes Cambridge Suitings Sandringbam Suiting* Llangollen Suitings Hurlingham Hygienics Liberty Cloth St. Austoll Babette Savoyard. 100 EXHIBITION DRESSES, per s.s. Coptic, from 39b 6d to 1265. In these Goodß we have Not Two Dresses Alike. NEW COLORS. Serpent, View Rose, Japon, Peach Stone, Nut Brown, Scilla, Tea Rose, Sauterelle, Ephrates, Charteuse, Liohen Green, Ripe Strawberry, Tea Green, Silver Blue, Damask Rose, Silver Beach, Begonia, Pirns, Olive Leaf, Copper Beach, Serpent, Tnsin, Japon, Boreal, Silver Blue. MOLLISON, MILLS, AND CO. would ca attention to tho DRESSMAKING DEPARTMENT, which is under the charge of Miss Wilson (lato with Kirkpatrick, Glendining, and Co.), also Miss Smith. Both ladies are thoroughly skilled in the art of Dressmaking. We 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 197 Gkobob stbkrt, DUNEDIN (Opposite Knox Churoh.

EXHIBITION RESTAURANT AND REFRESHMENT ROOMS, PRINCES STREET SOUTH (Opposite Gridiron Hotel). Superior Meals at all hours.—BREAKFAST, with Buns and Scones, 7 till 10; superior LUNOH, 12 till 3; TEA and SUPPER, 5 till 11. Everything Glean and of the Best Quality. All Meals, 9d; 6 Tickets 4s. N.B.—Also at St. Olair Refreshment Rooms. Tea, Coffee, Goooa, or Pastry of the best quality at all hours. J. MAXWELL. EDUCATIONAL. "ISS TAYLOR Is prepared to reoeive . Pupils for Pianoforte; terms reduced. Wm. Taylor, watchmaker, 12 George street. VIOLIN AND PIANOFORTE STUDIO (above the Dresden Pianoforte Warehouse).—Mr EPHRAIM PARKER (Teacher of the Violin) and Mr JOSEPH MOSS (Teacher of the Pianoforte and Singing) will reoeive Pupils at the above address. Bands supplied tor Theatrical Performances, Oonoerts arranged, and Vocalists provided. Balls and Evening Parties attended. Private address: The Laurels, Albany street. BANJO AND GUITAR. MR ALFRED G. BAKER receives Pupils at his Rooms. "Dagmar College," Moray place (next Choral Hall), on the Five, Biz, and Seven String Banjo and Guitar (improved method). How to play your own accompaniment taught in a few lessons. Hours of attendance: 10 to 12 a.m., 2to4p. m. Evening Classes on Monday, Tuesday, and Friday Nights from 7to 10. Class for Ladies starting. Address letters: A. G. BAKER, Forth street 1 near Biidge,

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3, Issue 8039, 16 October 1889

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 Issue 8039, 16 October 1889

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