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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2, Issue 8052, 31 October 1889
LATE ADVERTISEMENTS. Mrs BARBATr (Farley Hall) Wants Female Cooks, 10 Housemaids, Waitresses, Generals (12s, 15 a), 5 Barm aid a (255). MRS CHALMERS Requires (immediately) Waiters, Right Porter, Cooks, Housemaids, Waitresses, Barmaids, Kitclienmaids, Generals (hotels, private), Cook, Laundresses, Housemaid (bar), Housemaid Nurse, Nurse Needlewoman, Dairymaids. BOOT Trade.—Wanted, good Machinist at once. Apply R. M’Kinlay and Son, HilhkU CABINETMAKER Wanted; also, strong Boy as Apprentice. T. Stonebridge, cabinetmaker and upholster, r, Lower Stuart street. DIRECT from the Mills,—Choice selection grand Tweeds and Coatings for Bespoke Department. Clothing Factory, Octagon. FOB SALE, Dross Suit; nearly new; no further use for same; 75s accepted, “ Horlcy,” Star Office. FOR SALE (splendid bargain), City Leasehold, with 24-roomed Bay-window Cottages; rent, LlO per annum ; lot atL4O; price, Ll3O. Apply Jtis. Whyte, Rattray street. WASHING Machine For Sale, good condition ; suitable for hotel or large family. Apply Little Dust Pan. EXHIBITION Show Case For Sale ; 2ft Sin x 4lt x 3ft; also, heavy Trolly. Little Dnst Pan. TO LET, St. David street (opposite Caledonian Ground), Two-roomed House; two fireplaces; suit bachelors. Apply premises. TO LET, Two-roomed Cottage, furnished, Regent road; comfortable; splendid view. Apply Mrs Newton, on prenvses. TO LET, a Four-roomed House in Hanover street. Apply M‘Laron's Store, Frederick and Castle streets. TO LET, a good 6-roomed House, with gas; few minutes’ walk from tram station. T. Philp, Ross street, Roslyn. TO LET, comfortable Three-roomed Outage. I. Selby, Castle street (between St. Andrew and Hanover streets). IAST Few Days.—Pale of Bankrupt Boot _J Stock ; half usual prices. J. GJGreen, 37 George street. I O.G.T.—Opening of New Lodge Post- « poned. Meet Choral Hall, Thursday, 6th November, at 7.30, All invited. DUNEDIN'S Festive Season is Coming. H. and B. Brownlie’s beautiful Hats are going. Customers are beaming. DUF EDIK’S Festive Season is Coming. H. and B. Brownlie’s beautiful Bonnets are going. Customers are securing. DUNEDIN’S Festive Season is coming. H. and B. Brownlie's New Goods are opened out. Customers are selecting. THE Perfect-fitting, Comfortable, and Durable Corset; try them, and you will always buy them ; they wear well because they fit well.
■VTBW Pelisses, Tunics, Frocks, Short PettiJLI coats, Stayhands, Pinafores, Sashes, Feeders, Bibs, Bootees, Infantees, Hoods, Hats. BE quite euro your pretty Hat and becoming stylish Bonnet are bought at 9 Princes street. Misses Brownlie. -VTBW Spring and Summer Clothing. J3I Magnificent stock Men’s Suits, 27s 6d to 55j. Clothing Factory, Octagon. LITTLE Dust Pan Specialties.—Large lot of Jelly Jars, 1s Cd to 2s dezsn. Large, handsome Japanese FIRE-SORFENS, folding, 2s ‘xl; Fancy Glar, China Ware, Cu’lcry, Tinware, Fancy Goods, etc., wholesale prhes. KJ Eczema, Bashes, Urcerated Legs, Sore Eyes, ito. Hawkins, 94 George street. THOUSANDS of Christmas Cards for sending Homo, at Braithwaite’s Book Arcrdc. CHRISTMAS Cards of the Exhibition for sending Homo, at Braithwaite’s Book Arcade. EXHIBITION Music, at English prices, at Braithwaite’s Book Arcade. Gade’s Comola, Elijah, Joan of Arc. THE Creation, Messiah, Cowen’s Song of Thanksgiving, the opening Exhibition Cantata. Braithwaitc’s Book Arcade. TO prevent disappointment everybody should secure copies beforehand of what will be tung at the Exhibition. ART Needlework.—New designs in Table Covers, Table Centres, Piano Tops, Cushions, Poseys, Anti’s, Smoking Caps. FILOSELLES, Fmbroidery, and Knitting Silks in all the same shades ; new Braiding Patterns. Miss Clough. NDIGESTION Cured by Dr Freeman s Specific; a wonderful remedy. Ellisdon and Co., agents, 30 Princes street. _ EXHIBITION Model Piano; seven octavos, steel frame, covering Wrest plank, full triobords, repeater action, INCISED, gilded, and engraved panels; price L3B, net cash; ao discount. Now on view Ohas. Begg and Co. OYS’ Clothing New, stylish, durable, cheap; most complete stock; Suits, 5s to 40s. Clothing Factory, Octagon. WE are Cash Buyers of Wool, Sheepskins, Rabbitskins, Horsehair, etc., in any quantity. Arthur MTonilu and Co,, Bond street. TMOST Value in Cash is paid by the Challenge Piano Depftt for Second-hand Pianos. OXHEAD’3 Xmas Cards (Fxbibltion and other new subjects) now ready; one shilling i postage Home, one penny. TO Parties Furnishing.—Lamer, auctioneer, has Furniture, Bedsteads, Bedding, Carpets, Linoleums, Private Sale. Rattray street, next Bank. rt pf to £SOO Advanced on Goods For Sale; Furniture, etc., for Private Sale. Earner, auctioneer, Rattray street.. I’ AST Few Days.—?ale of Bankrupt Boot J stock ; half usual prices, J. G. Green, 37 George street. NEW ZEALAND AND SOUTH SEAS EXHIBITION. Alternative tenders in Brick and Timber for PATHS in the Fernery will be received at my office up to MONDAY Next, at noon. Specifications at Exhibition ( ffiecs. D. HARRIS HASTINGS. Secretary. H ERBERT, HAYNES, AND CO. Are now offering 150 Dozen MEN’S MERINO HALF-HOSE, from 9d to 3s 6d per pair. 10 Dozen MEN’s RIBBED WORSTED HALF-HOSE, Is Gd—splendid value. 20 Dozen MEN’S CASHMERE HALF-HOSE, Plain and Ribbed, in Black, Navy, Maroon, and Farcy Colors. Also MEN’S BLACK CASHMERE, "With Embroidered Fronts, For Evening Wear. DUNEDIN BOWLING CLUB. Opening of Season 1889-90. MEMBERS are respectfully notified that tho Opening Game of the Season will bo played on SATURDAY NEXT, 2nd November, at 2.30 p.m., between sides chosen by President and Vice-president. THOMAS EVAIT, Hon. Secretary. TAIBRI RACES. General entrances and acceptances Close on FRIDAY EVENING, at 8 o’clock, with tho Secretary, Mosgiel. It is imperative that all acceptances must be accompanied by the nccetsaxy payment. Maiden Plato, 20s; Three-mile Trot, 10s; Taieri Handicap, 20s; Novel Handicap, 10s ; Ladies’Purse, 10s ; Two-milo Trot, 10s ; Flying Handicap, 10s. W. OARNCROSS, Secretary. BOOTS 1 BOOTS BOOTS I TRUTH MUST WIN. fVrORTH DUNEDIN -i.l BOOT DEPOT, The Prices Tell The Prices Tell The Prices Tell King street (Corner of Union street), I are Convincing the Public of their power to give I BEST VALUE IN THE L CITY. JUST BEE SPLENDID STOCK AND PRICES.
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