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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2, Issue 8050, 29 October 1889
LAfg ADVERTISEMENTS. TAILOBS.—rusf-ctas Cost Hands wanted. 1 J. Hendry and Sons, 80 George fetreefc. J QUIET Young Cow For Sale, near calving; well bred and splendid milker. Apply Coo. Fiudlay, Pino Hill. 3 Tanks For Sale. Phoenix C 1 C jmpany, Maelaggan s'tifeef.- . A BA LE, a splendid short-haired pi. £l JLrnard Dog, 7 months old. Apply lijx 274, c.r.o. C OR I'KGLIMFI CHRONOGRAPH; independent stop; registering minute« and eeconds; a bargain, 15 15--. W. Grove, engraver, etc, Moray place (apposite First Church )’■ .. or S\-E, Two Kitchen Bangw. Apply Cambridge Home, Albert street. FOR SALE (cheap) for Removal, good Twostorey House. Apply Cowie a fid Co., CftVcrahatn. P' OR SALE, a good Milch Cow at calving. 0. Banbury, Rattray street. ___ ~ 0 LET, Four-roomed Cottage, with evc>y convenience, Lower 1- orlf place. F. biedeberg, 1 ( 0 LET, 5-roomed Brick House. South Duccdin; every convenience; (ss. Lamer, auctioneer, Rattray street, u ARTER AND CO. have now ill stock tae u largest and cheapest lot of Drapery B and Clothing ever offered by them, jmd they »sk yon to call early and compare their prices with their competitors. . CARTER" AND~CO. for Millinery,- presses, Jackets, Dust Cloaks, Umbrellas, Sunshades, Ribbons, Gloves, etc. g Grand, choice, newest goods, and j lowest prices in Dunedin for cash only. - SPECIAL Meeting of Painters’ Union on f Thursday Night at Coffee Pa’ace, at 8 o’clock sharp. G. Robinson, secretary. RS A. J. HANS' 1 N. Milliner and Dressmaker, City road, Roslyn. Fashionable Dresses made cheap for cash. “ ORE Eyes, irritating Eruptions, Rashes, Ecierha cured by “Cert'oufa ” Ointment, - Is 6d pot. Hawkins, (14 George street. HENRY LARNER, Auctioneer, Rattray street, has Furniture, LinoletftnS, Oatpets, Bedsteads and Furnishings for private pale. • HODSANDS of Christmas Cards for send- Ii iug HoiYie, at EraithWaite's Book Arcade. 0 CHRISTMAS Cards cf the for J / .sending Home, at Braitnwattes Book Area de. E” XHIBIT.'ON Music, at English prices, at . Braithwaite’s Book Arcade. Gades Elijah, Joan of Arc. HE Creation, Messiah,, Cowen’s Peng of Thvksgiving, the opening .Exhibition Cantata. Eraithwaite’s Book Arcade. ~ TO prevent disappointment everybody should - secure copies beforehand of what will be iung at the Exhibition. LITTLE Dust Pan Srecialtiev.-large lot of Jelly-Tara, Is 6’d to 2s dozen. Large, handsome Japanese " c FIRE-SCREENS, o2 X 36in, folding, 2a 6d each; Fancy Glass and China Ware, Cutlery, Tinware, Fancy Goods, etc., at while- j sale prices, pw£V/\LB New Potatoes from 31b Is, 1 9 Cucumbers, Asparagus, very superior Salad, ripe Bananas, Bull. __ ; very tuporior Kaitangata *f a f Rhubarb, finest and cheapest in . the City; ripe Bananas Bull. D ISTRIOT ORDER. Volunteer Office, Dunedin, 28th October, 1889 The Order calling a GENERAL PARADE of oluntoers on the 9th of NOVEMBER is Can dl d. By order. H. GORDON, Major, District Adjutant. DUNEDIN POULTRY. PTGVON, CANARY, CAGE BIRD, AND DOG SOCIETY. WRITTEN TENDERS will In received by the undersigned up till 4 11 m. of THURSDAY, tho 7th November. 1889, for about SOO 5-TLVER MEDVI.R for the Three Shows to be held in the Exhibition Buildings Specifieitions, couditi ins, etc , with the hon. secretary. The lowest or a’.-y tender not n< cessarily accepted. A. M. LOASBV, Hon, Sec. TENDERS for the right rf Printing Piize Schedules and Catalogues for the Dunedin Poultry, Pigeon, Canary, and Dog Society for Three Show) to be hold in Exhibition Buildings, will be received by t*-e Undersigned up till THURSDAY, October 31st. at 4 p.m. A. M. LOASBV, Hon. Secretary, OHN HOPKINS, Confectioner, Princes street. Will commence on MONDAY NEXT to supply Visitors dming the Exhibition Season with BREAKFAST, DINNER, AND TEA All Meals ONE SHILLING. FOR SALE OR TO LET. Allotments 5, (5, 7, and 17, block 1, Township of Brighton, together with the new and commodious 9-roomed H< use, Stable (with 5 stalls), and Coachhouse. The house is suitable for hoarding-house or hotel. For particulars apply STOUT AND MONDY, Solicitors. COMPLIMENTARY. George street, Dunedin. Dr begs to acknowledge the receipt of a cif e of Fruit, etc., from Mr Geo. Simpson. The arlicles sent were everything that could be desired from either Ibo fruit or vegetable side, and their good quality was enhanced by the tasteful e re and skill bestowed upon them in packing them, G. M. SIMPSON, Fiujitbrkr, Etc , 186 Princes street south (Opposite Messrs Fish and Son’s). JUVENILE CLOTHING. BROWN, EWING, AND CO. invite early inspection of their Juvenile Clothing, . all thoroughly well made, of excellent Colonial 1 Tweeds, manufactured cxoressly to our order, 1 and are unsurpassed for Fit, Style, and Dura- ’ bilifcy. ■ Also, grand assortment in Serge, Corduroy, ’ Plush, Velveteen, and Washing Suits (all sizes) |j in stock. Modified Prices. BROWN, EWING. AND CO. ‘ BOARD AND RESIDENCE. J f 7 1 i a IS (, ), y e 1, .6 0 it )» MOEBAKI. Superior Accommodation. Terms, etc., apply Mra Hull, Moeiaki. GORDON House, Moray place.—Boarding House for Gentlemen ; central position for Exhibition; superior accommodation; every comf 011. UPERIOR Board and Residence, Highbury House, High street, second house from Graham street. TWO single Bedrooms, and use of kitchen and sitting room; ladies’ preferred. “ Ouida, ” Star Office. CARD and Residence Required by Lady engaged during the day; private family preferred. “ Edina,’’Star Office. OXFORD - House, corner of York place and Albert street. First-class Accommodation for Visitors or Permanent Resident’. Exceptionally moderate terms. Five minutes’ walk from Octagon. SUPBRIOir Board and Residence for Two Gentlemen in private family. For particulars address “ Home,” Star Office. WANTED, by young Married Couple, Board and Lodging; private; must be reasonable; near town. 164, Post Office. WANTED, by young man, Beard and Lodgings in private family; ten minutes’ from Post Office; other boarders preferred, Address “ Comfort,” Stab Office.
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