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FUBMO NOTICES. J. JOHNSON. RTIFIGIAL LIMBS Made on the shortest notice by ' JOHNSON, 148 George street, Dunedin. Crutches in stock. jXCELSIOR CORSET. «*/ ANTED KNOWN-That Mrs Johnson W is the only Maker of the Excelsior Cornet t best in the Colony. J. G. GREEN. IFORE Buying Elsewhere Bee our onudren's School Boots; wear guaranteed, a » o ,inpprl. J. G. Green, 37 George street. EFORE Buying Elsewhere inspect Stock of Walking Shoes; splendid variety, lowest prices; see Windows. 37 George Btreet. (HEAPEST in Dunedin. Strong Bal\j morals, Boys' from 5s lid, Men's 9s 6d ((rood solid value); cheap line Men's, 7s lid. JHKAPEST in Dunedin.—Ladies' Btrong \y Leather Slippers, 2s lid; Prunellas (heels), 43 lid. J. G. Green, 37 George street J. NISEET. . APERHANGIITGS.-The EWEST and Beat Styles of APERHANGINGS to be seen In quantity, from 4d upwards. TJST Landed, Rich and Choke Designs 1 NISBET'S, Octagon, Dunedin, pain or, clazier, etc. PROFESSOR M'QUEEN IN style seldom equalled—Gentlemen s Hair cutting, 6d ; Hair-cutting and singeing, Is; Shaving and Brushing, 6d; Razors carefully ROUND and Set, Is; real German Hollow \jT Ground kept in stock, at lowest prices, at M'Queen'g, 52 George streets ■ ADIES' Hair Cutting and Singeing, Is ; jLi Children's Cutting, (id. Combings made up, lowest prioes. M'Queen, 52 George street. R MONTGOMERY'S Sulphur Restorative, the only safe prepare 1 .! >n for Restoring Grey Hair and Removing Dandruff, 11T6dand3s. Best Black Hair Dye, 4s; Brown Hair Dye, 3s 6d; Pearl Cream, for Removing Pimples, 1b 6d. AIR Ornaments ia Pearl, Steel, Gilt, and Shell, at lowest prices, at M'Queen's. CITY STEAM LAUNDRY. IARCELS collected and delivered on the game day, if required. Linen got up by our improved method is unsurpa'-sedfor BRILLIANOY and Color. Gentlemen's Suits become equal to new at a trifling cost. All Bod Linen thorougbly aired. (HIRTSand Collars redressed for the trade. Telephone 304. Proprietor ; W. Bayntum. J. HARDIK AND CO. lUMMER Shipment, Boots and Shoes—Beotive, Otto Hurz, Vcinoos, tmd other noted, mikea. K Trunks Gents' Balmoral Boots, Osfnrd O Shoes, Evening Shoes, and House Slippers. COLONIAL-MADE Boots and Shoes in endless variety; Standard quality. EW Lines in Men'B Clothing. Boya Suits, _ Scarf* and Ties, Underclothing, Hats and Caps, Gents' Light Overcoats, etc. HARDIK AND CO., No. 110, corner Princes and Rattray RUTHERFORD AND CO. UTHKRFOIiD AND CO. are still takln THk HOLOGRAPHS- Cabinets, 10s 6d; jr Cards, 5a 6d. OPPOSITE Bant of New Zealand, Prlnoos street C. A. BRESSEY. irKESSEY'S for Birthday Cards-Opals, Jt Raphael Tuck's celebrated Cards. ►RESSEY'S for Birthday Cards —Bandit* painted Porcelain Cards. (RKSSEY'S for Birthday Cards—Carbons, JQ> Photos and Hand-painted Satins. BESSEY'S for Birthday Cards—Hand » Screens, Horseshoes, and Bannerets. PfcRESSEY'S for Birthday Cat (Is Latest Designs; new stock per mall. RESSEY'S for Booklets with Pen and Pencil. RESSEY'S for Sciap-books—Best value in town. EHSSEY'S for Photographic Albums—r New Lines just opened up. O RESSEY'S for Oleographs Splendid [J? Seleotion just to hand. RKSSEY'S for Oleographs—Windsor and Balmoral, Swiss Lakes, etc. "ORESS HY'S for Oleographs—Select Assort ment of large size do. RESSRY'S for Scraps—Large Stock, fid and Is packets. 151 Georsto street. JOHN GILLIES, BURNISHING Undertaker, 18 George j£> street and 11 Great King street, CONDUCTS Adults' Funerals respectably, with Csivrso and Attendance, from 70s rm wards. ,HILDREN'S, fronTota upwards. Mourn- {} ine Carriages as required. iIMMEL BROTHERS i Piine&i ejrect south, opposite the Ssanish Kesiajjrant, Repair A CCORDIONS, Concertinas (with steel c§L tongues), American Organs, Hand i-WilnE. HatTOoaluins, and Pianos tuned, CIiA.KIONfcTT.KS, J?lU*ea, Fano, Spectacle Fiame3, Pipes, CJavvinsi Forks, Jewellery, etc. ; also Clock.", Engagements taken for Dancing—bails, parties, etc. (English concertina and piano). G. M. MARSHALL. HEN other systems of medicine fail to do ' you good try Homoeopathy. Recent and chronic cases of Indigestion, Rheumatism, „' IVER Disorders, and Colds soon yield to a OGKS and everything needed at Dunedin Homooop&thio Pharmacy, Princos street, WILLIAM TAYLOR. ■VTOPICE. William Taylor, Practical J3( Watchmaker, Jeweller, etc., late of Stuart street weighbridge, THILST Thanking Ms many Friends and ' Customers for their past Patronage, be<*3 to announce to them and the jUBLIC in general that he has taken more Commodious Premise 3 at Number Ig\ George street, where all Repairs en/5 trusted to him will still be executed with that Neatness, CARE, and Despatch that have earned merited approval in the past, and at the same exceptionally Moderate Charges. THOMAS SIME, JEWELLER. BEG to Notify the General Publio that I 8 have started Business at Princes street (Upstairs), next ExEWELLERY and Watchmaking, Repairing pj of Watches, Clocks, etc, at moderate prices. Thomas Sime. MISCELLANEOUS. ILLIAM WH.SON tapcessor to R. G. attended to. St. Andrew street. r HOSNI£ Jams daily increasing in favor take no other. URSTON'S Washed and Fumigated jlt Woollen Flock; only maker in the market. Inquire all furniture upholsterers, STHMA Cigarettes.—Dr Kennedy Douglas. Instantaneous! Relief, anywhere, For Sale at al grocers. Warranted par«, T. GEORGE JAM.—Best in the market. I All Grocers. PEACOCK'S Pure Jams are made #;?m the best sugar. All storekeepers keep thevfl. STH]£A Cigarettes.—Dr Kennedy Donglas. Complete Cure. T. GEORGE JAM. Selected Fruit and Beat Sugar. AllGrooers.'

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2, Issue 8048, 26 October 1889

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 Issue 8048, 26 October 1889

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