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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2, Issue 8044, 22 October 1889
LATE ADVERT GIRL wishes to give her Services for _, ?s Cd per week; sleep at home. Address "_.." Star 02?£e. >ORT Chalmers Sailors' Rest.—'Divine __u Healing.' Addresses on ttu'a subject will be given in the " Rest" on Wednesday eTealng, 'a't §p m. All invited. ZA LSSoa'S Violin School, Stuart street, _f? 9 will be Closed wntil Monday, the 28th . inat. , ... 10R SALE, faithfully-buitt Mortse (new;; __- 6 rooms, bathroom, etc ; with 2 Sections, planted with shelter and fruit trees ; nice viev?. Apply Clark's Lanndry, North-east Valjgy I__ 1 __ iIOS S*LE, Bioyole; 52-inch. A. Craig, 1 Railway SiatioS;. Hua drtxjia, uu".»ai _,,,««..., - Jf Sample Trap. Spring- tout/ Bng«y, Phaeton, etc. Lamer, auctioneei', Rirttray street. . HY Pay Rent! —Get a new Threet t roomed House Built, Freehold Land fronting the Ma n road to Beach; L2O down, balance 12s per week. Apply W. Clarke, boot manufacturer, Kensington. EXHIBITION Notes, containing information interesting to Ladies, by H. and B. Brownlie, !) Princes street, Dunedin. j |OR D'unedin's Fesiive Season.—New and _■_• beautiful Bonnets, and Hat?, to be worn by our mat'ons. mother"* yV>ung ladjes, old hdies, misses, schoolgirls, children, and the allimportant baby. Grandma —Fine selection of nice New P Bonnets (light, large, and comfortable) for the Exhibition. FOR Baby. Beautiful Paluses, Tunics, Frocks, Short Petticoats, Staybands, Pinaforc3, Saßhes, Bibs, Bootees, Infantees. ADI-S' Dress Reform. —The Perfcct--1 fitting, Comfortable, and Durable Corset; ..*.„£ well, because they fit well. Try them, and you will always buy them. "OME Industry.—New Patterns by 'Fn»co . Mail; Ladies can now be supplied; latest ions. E Quite Sure your very pretty Hat and jr stylish, becoming Bonnet are bought at 9 Princes street. Customers perved with civility and despatch, Mifses Brownlie. DANCING.— Madame Karaanns Kennion will take place on Wednesday, 30th October. Tickets obtainable at the class. LITTLE Dust Pan, George street, Job Lot Cricket Mateiial to clear, cheap ; inspection invited. Travelling Baes, ORTMANTFAUS. Iron Trunks, Hat ___ Boxes, etc., Lidies' Bags (large size, 3s 6d), new Fire Screens (just opened). E\V Folding Fire Screens, 2s each ; Fancy x.l Glass and China in great vari ty. Little Dußt Pan. U iLB splendid New Kidney Potatoes, 31bs for Is. Walter Bull. j CHOICE Selection of Dress Materials; lead-1 intr shades. DressmakiDg under experienced management. Mrs Gill, Princes Ftreet. TO*C Onen«;d, splendid assortmeDfi of Ladies' Jackets and Mantles; leading shapes and newetit colors. Mrs Gill I are Cash Buyers of Wool, Sheepskins, V» Rabbitskins. Horsehair, etc.. in any quantity. Arthur M'DonaUl and Co., Bo;id street. TMOST Value in Cash is paid by the \j Challenge Piano Depot for Second-hand Pianos. IIAPOFORTB Instructs Book for Tonic jsl Sol-fa Pupils, 3s; posted, 3s 6d. Chas. Bcgg and Co. INDWRSPKIL.—The 'ChristmasGift'and .__._ ' Kleinlicder'; the ' Alphabet' on sale. Chas. Begg and Co. INDIGESTION Cured by Dr Freeman 8 Specific; a wonderful remedy. Ellisdon and Co., agents, 30 Princes street. IMITH BROTHERS. ' CASKS (JUfeT UNPACKED) OF CURTAINS, CURTAINS, CURTAINS. IBN HUNDRED AND FIFTY PAIRS, ,_,_-~ANUFACTUREDTgR US BY IVI HOMAS AUAMS AND CO., B OTTINGHAM. CASE ONLY O-TtHIS LINK "EWEST PATTERN?, 2._- YARDS LONGj PRICE S~_NDlid PER PAIR. HIS CASK CONTAINS 200 PAIRS I ONLY. CASKS CONTAINING 250 PAIRS, 2 _ YARDS ND 3 YARDS LONG: SPLENDID 1 PATTERNS; iRICES PER'PAIR : 2s*6d, 2s lid, 3s 3d, QS 6d, 3s lid, and 4a 6d. ' ■ <|HIS OPPORTUNITY SHOULD~NOT BE . ISSED BY THOSE REQUIRING CURTAINS. CASE CONTAINING 200 PAIRS, . ,APE BORDERS, SEVERAL PAT- ■. TERNS, EWEST DESIGN, MADE EXPRESSLY I FOR US. HIS LINE WE SHALL SELL AT 4s 1 Hd PER PAIR. HE BEST CURTAINS EVER OFFERED IN EW ZEALAND FOR THE PRICE. OASES BETTER GOODS, CONTAINING 400 PAIRS, FROM 3 TO 3. AND YARDS LONG. PRICES: 5s 6(3, Cs lid, 7s lid, UP TO S 9d PER PAIR. "AGNIFICENT PATTERNS. LEGANT DESIGNS. i S SAMPLE PAIR OF EACH PAT- . TERN, 71ROM 4» lid AND UPWARDS, IS NOW PtfNl'D OUT FOR INSPECTION IN f OUR |HOW ROOMS, CUSTOMERS CAN BE SUPPLIED WITH ANY QUANTITY OF V¥fHATE VER PATTERN THEY SELECT. i EMEMBER OUR STOCK IS NOW |LEAN AND FRESH. (MITH BROTHERS, DRAPERS. GEORGE STREET. FORMERLY OCCUPIED BY "> EADY-MONEY RICHARDS. THOMSON, BRIDGER, AND CO., A'beit Buildings, Princes street (Opposite General Post Office). J UST LANDED (exßuapehu) a Selection of <*" every Requisite for LAWN TENNIS, CRICKET, and BOWLS From the Best Makers, inoluding— SLESSINGER'S TENNIS RACQUETS, BALLS, AND NETS. COB SETT'S AND FELTHAM'S BATS. DUKE'S BALLS. TAYLOR'S BOWLS. WICKETS, PADS, GLOVES, Etc. TO BE LET, IHAT convenient FAMILY RESIDENCE . in Alva street, at the top of High street, known as '" Ksscquibo," and at present occupied by Mr Palmer, who is leaving in consequenco of having taken over Wain's Hotel. The house can be inspected any afternoon during this and next week. Further particulars on application to Mr Davie, Manager the Equitable Investment Company, Water street.
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2, Issue 8044, 22 October 1889
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