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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2, Issue 8054, 2 November 1889
PUBLIC NOTICES PATERSON AND BARR. PATERSON AND BARR, General Ironmongery Importers, Princes street, nixt JacobH's Gift Depot. . 71KNDERS and iiruron-i, Goal Nasi*, J Cutlery and Electroplated SpoonH, Fork;', BUY all your Kitchen Utensils from P. and 8., who give the best value ______ AND B. for Hammors, Chisels, baws, • and Tools of all descriptions. "* AND B. for Powder and Shot, also JL » Powder and Shot Flasks, Pea Rifle Cartridges, C. F. Cartridges. GUNS— Bieach and Muzzle, and all sorts of Sporting Ammunition. Patcrson and Barr, Princes street. . ENGRAVING. OHN SWAN AND CO., Dicsinkers, Lctter(J cutters, and Engravers, »ATII STREET, off Stuart street. *RASS Plates, Stencils, Seals. Dies, Stamps, Brands, Jewellera Punches, ONOGRAMS, Cyphers, etc., executed in . the neatest style. E have on hand tho best stock of Em- ' bossing Presses and Self-inking Endorsing Machines. , OHN SWAN AND 00., Bath street. CKNTRAL RESTAURANT. to intimate to the Public generally I that I have made considerable additions ,0 my Restaurant, and also added a Ladies I. Dining v OOM. Prices as usual. All Meals, 6d ; »; Beds, 9d, Everything clean ND Comfortable. Breakfast from 7to 10 a.m. lENTRAL Restaurant, ANSE street. "RS A. LEHMANN, Proprietress. PROFESSOR M'QUEEN N style seldom equalled—Gentlemen s Hair jl cutting, 6d ; Hair-cutting and singeing, Is; Shaving and Brushing, 6d; Razors carefully ROUND and Set, Is; real German Hollow V* Ground kept in stock, at lowest priceH, at M'Queen's, 52 George street. LADIES' Hair Cutting and Singeing, Is ; Children's Cutting, 6d. Combings made up, lowest prices. M'Queen, 52 George street. R MONTGOMERY'S Sulphur RestoraM_s tive, the only safe prepara'im for Restoring Grey Hair and Removing Dandruff, IS 6d and 3s. Best Black Hair Dye, 4s Brown Hair Dye, Ss 6d; Pearl Cream, for Removing Pimples, Is 6d. AIR Ornaments in Pearl, Steel, Gilt, and Shell, at lowest prices, at M'Queen's. CITY STEAM LAUNDRY. >ARCELS collected and delivered on the tame day, if required. Linen got up by our improved method is unsurpa-sed for RILLIANCY and Color. Gentlemen s Su ; ts bec-.me equal to new at a triflii.g cost. All Bed Linen thoroughly aired. lUIRT3 and Collars redressed for the trade. Telephono 301. Proprietor : W. Bayntum. JOHN GILLIES, IUKNISHING Undertaker, 18 George B7 street and 11 Great King street, ("iONDUOTS Adults' Funerals respectably, j with Hearse aud Attendance, from 70s auwards. r CHILDREN'a, from 30a upwards. Mourn / in? Carriages an rcciu;red. J. HAIIDIE AND CO. NjUMMER Shipment.—9 Trunks Ladies Boots and ShoM—Beotive, Otto Hurz, Vernons, and other noted nukes. 5 Trunks Gents' Balmoral Boots, Oxford Shoes, Evening Shoos, and House Slippers. COLONIAL-MADE Boots and Shoes in endless variety; Standard quality. E\V Lines in Men's Clothing, Boys Suits, Scarf i and Ties, Underclothing, Hats and Caps, Gents' Light Overcoats, etc.
" HARDIE AND CO., No. 110, corner $3 a Princes and Rittray streets. aiMMEL BROTHERS i Princes street south, opposite the i Spanish Restaurant, Repair a CCORDIONS, Concertinas (with steel £:sL tongues), American Organs, Hand organs, Harmoniums, and Pianos tuned, Flutes, Fans, Spectacle <L/ Frames, Pipes, Curving Forks, Jewellery, cto.; also Clockw, Engagements taken for Danoing—balls, parties, etc. (English concertina and piano). WILLIAM TAYLOR. 'OTICE. William Taylor, Practical | Watchmaker, Jeweller, etc., late of Stuart street weighbridge, W'HILST Thanking hi 3 many Friends and Customers for their past Patronage, begs to announco to them and the ÜBLIO in general that he has taken moro Commodious Premises at Number George street, where all Repairs enrw trusted to him will still be executed with that Neatno3B, and Despatch that have earned vy merited approval in the past, and at the same exceptionally Moderate Charges. RUTHERFORD AND CO. i~> UTMttKFORD AND CO. arc still takln PHOTOGRAPHS— Cabinets, 10s 6d; ft. Cards, f>s fid. OPPOSITE Bank of Now Zealand, Princes street. C. A. BRE3SEY. B RESSEY'S for Birthday Cards-Opals, Raphaol Tack's celebrated Cards. >RE3BEY'S for Birthday Cards Handpainttd Porcela ; n Cards. BRESSEY'S for Birthday Cards—Carbons, Photos and Hand-painted Satins. BRESSEY'S for Birthday Cards-Hand Screens, Horseshoes, and Bannerets. >RE3SEY'S for Birthday Cirda Latest > RESSEY'S for Booklets with Pen and Pencil. RESSEY'S for Scrap-books—Best value in }3J> town. rftRHSSEY'S for Photographic AlbumsNew Lines just opened up. ¥5 RESSEY'S _ for Oleographs Splendid Selection jußt to hand. ""> RESSEY'S for Oleographs—Windsor aud Jj> Balmoral, Swiss Lakes, etc. TiRESSBY'S for Oleographs—Select Assort ment of large sizo do. »RESSKY'S for Scraps—Large Stock, fid and Is packets, 10l George street. MISCELLANEOUS. 'ILLIAM WILSON (successor to E. G. v V Harriß), Nightman. Orders punctually attended to. St. Andrew street, 4 STHMA Cigarettes.—Dr Kennedy Doug- . las. Complete Cure. 3HO3NIX Jams daily increasing in favor take no other. DURSTON'S Washed and Fumigated Woollen Flock; only maker in the market. Inquire all furniture upholsterers. )T. GEORGE JAM.-Best in the market. All Grocers. STHMA Cigarettes.—Dr Kennedy i»oug- _ las. Instantanoous'Relief. BACOOK'S Celebrated Jams, beat in the market. All grocers sell them. Be sure and get Peacock's. PHCENIX Jams guaranteed to give uni versal satisfaction ; all grocers. CiT. GEORGIS JAM.—Once used, always used. All Grooers. ' AUNDKY Work well and cheaply done, J and punotnally returned In all woathera, Lice Curtains a specialty. Mrs Clark's L.undry, North-east Valley. Established 1875.
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