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LATE ADVERTISEMENTS. GOLDEN Carp from Honolulu, alive; to be had from any fishmonger; and wholesale at F. Sullivan's, 6 Stafford street. Telephone 561. "VTOVEMBER Young Ladies' Journalj also, J3| another supply Weldon's Quarterly Dressmaker. Braithwaite's Book Arcade. RUIDS all are requested to attend Meet- , ing re Exhibition Opening at Olago Lodge Roojn, Thursday next, 8 pm. M. Moss, District President. OMEN'S Christian Temperance Union » t will Meet To-morrow at 230 p.m. E. R. Dick, Hon. Sec. 'OICING and Siuging. Mr William t Millar attends Academy of Music, Stuart street, Tu; jsrlays, Fridays, 5 p.m. ANClNG.—Madame Hamanns Juvenile and Adult Classes, St. Paul's Schoolroom, Wednesday. At her Residence: Adult Classes, Monday, Tuesday, Thursday Evenings; for Ladies, Saturday Afternoon. Terms to each class, one guinea per quarter; Private Lesson, five shillings, in advance. Fernhill, near Exhibition. ELEGRAMS waiting for Mr Mumford, ■ psssenger per Tarawera, at the Telegraph Office. POLOGY.—Carter and Co. beg to apolok gise to the Ladies who could not get Beived on Saturday. They also "EAKTILY THANK the 1,073 Customers JLJ. who patronised on that day. r|ARTER AND CO. will be offering this / week, in addition to the hrge number of bargains enumerated in their bill, a SPLENDID LOT of New Embroidered *3 Dresseß in all the leading colorsStrawberry, Terra Cotta, and tho new shades of Green (ex Tainui). LSO, a grand lot of New Ribbons in fancy styles, in Neck Millinery and Sash widths ; all at the lowest prices in town. ADIKS FURNISHING should first see i the splendid stock of Drapery and Olothing, etc., offered by Carter and Co.; value unequalled in Duncdin. HIGHLY LAUDATORY. i GENTLEMAN from Home, who haß been in many parts of the World, and, as he sayp, stayed at numerous houses, was staying at the LEVIArHAN for a few days on his way to the Show at Christchurch, and remarked while payiDg his bill: "You have unquestionably got by far the most healthful and airilysituated Hotel I have ever stopped at. What with your MONSTER DINING HALL and most comfortable Drawing Room, I very much question whether it has many equals; and as to the EatiDg Department, what you givo your Guests is simply fit for Princes." A. D. SILK, Proprietress. Leviathan Hotel, Duncdin, 4th November, 1889, OPENS TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 1889. mHE CEYLON AND INDIAN TEA ASSOCIATION, LIMIIED, COLOMBO AND CALCUTTA, Supply the Public First-hand at the DUNEDIN DEPOT, PRINCES STREET (In the A M.P. Buildings), with PURE CEYLON AND INDIAN TEAS. These Teas have found such favor in tho Home market that year by year they have lessened the consumption of China Teas, so that these have fallen off, according to the Customs Statistics, to less than one-half. The attempt by dealers in Chinese Teas, to depreciate and cry down Ceylon and Indian Teas shows that they are afraid of this new competition here, as profits on Ceylon and Indian Teas are not nearly so large as on the Chinese Teas. The Ceylon and Indian Teas can be guaranteed for Purity, Strength, Flavor, and Cleanliness, as they are all manufactured by machinery, under European supervision. On the other hand, the Chinese Tea is made by hand, subject to all sorts of adulteration, as Europeans do not see tho Tea in China until it. reaches the Treaty Ports. We are selling at the Lowest Possible Prices, and as only one-half as much is r« quired as compared with Ohineße Tea, the saving in using our Ceylon and Indian Taas is very considerable. Tho Public arc requested to Samplo and Price theeo Teas at the COMPANY'S DEPOT, PRINCES STRFET, DUNEDIN. KENNETH 9. BEGG, Manager at Duncdin, THE CEYLON AND INDIAN TE\ ASSOCIATION, LIMITED. lENDERS will be received in the Town Clerk's Office until 5 o'clock p.m. on WEDNESDAY, the 13th inst, for making and supplying 1,050 DOG COLLARS. Specification and samples may be seen on application. ADAM GIBSON, Town Clerk. Dunedin, 4th November, 1889. -», ANTED, TENDERS for SURVEYING »» about 1,000 ACRES of KURIWAO ESTATE, near Clinton, into Small Farms. DONALD STRONACH, Manager N.Z.L. and M. A. Co. (Limited), Dunedin. PROSPECTUS OF A COMPANY TO BE CALLED JHE DE BULLION GOLD MINING COMPANY, LIMITED. To be Registered under "The Companies Act, 1882." Capital £IO.OOO, Divided into 20,000 shares of 10s each, of which 6,800 fully paid up shares will be retained by the Vendors In payment for the property they propose to transfer to the Company. For full particulars see Evening Stak, Saturday, ind November, 1889, MR A. BRUNTON'S SINGING OLA'SSBS. THE MEMBERS of the above Classes, with their Friends, will (D.V.) hold their Annual Picnic at QUARANTINE ISLAND, NOVEMBER 11th. The B.s. Onslow, a new steamer, will leave Dunedin at 9.30 a.m. Tea, Sugar, and Milk provided. Tickets, 2s 6d. A limited number only can be conveyed per steamer,

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3, Evening Star, Issue 8055, 4 November 1889

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 Evening Star, Issue 8055, 4 November 1889