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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4, Issue 8057, 6 November 1889
LATE ADVERTISEMENTS. OW'S yonr poor Feet ?—Marshall's Cura _J Clava is the original and only reliable cradicator of .Corns 5 procurable anywhere. Ask for Marshall's. UFJ<BRING Babes, ask your mothers to procure a packet of Matricaria Teething Powders (Marshall's), and you will live to thank the inventor; Is, of all chemists. TOOTHACHE.—Whenever you suffer from jl this excruciating pain Marshall's Odontalgicon will stop it instantaneously; sold everywhere. Price, Is. "ARSH ALL'S Eucalyptus Extract is fast . superseding all other brands. Why? Because it is the purest and within the reach of all. t Ask for Marshall's ; Is bottle. \X h.s. Tainui—Large assortment of Gem i_J Hats, Flowers, Kibbons, Moire Silks. Mrs Gill, Princes street. EX s.B. Tainui—Dresß Materials, newest shades; Ladies Jackets and Dolmans, leading shapes. Mrs Gill. WE are Cash Buyers of Wool, Shecpskinß, Rabbitskins, Horsehair, etc., in any quantity. Arthur M'Donalu and 00., Bond street. JTMOST Value in Cash is paid by the Challenge Piano Dep6t for Second-hand Pianos. FOR SALE, SECOND-HAND PIANO (Collard) ; firstclass order; price, L4O. Also, Double Bass, L 7 10s. F. Howell, Octigon. RENDERS will be received in the Town K Clerk's Office until 5 o'clock p.m. on WEDNESDAY, the 13th inst., for—1. Supply and delivery of Ironmongery and Stores 2. Supply and delivery of Special Lines in Ironmongery and Stores 3. Supply and delivery of Sand 4. Supply and delivery of Blucstone Screenings 5. Supply of Cement (colonial manufacture) G. Supply of Horses and Men at Central and King street Fire Brigade Stations 7. Carling Water Plant, etc. 8. Winding, Cleaning. Regulating, and Repairing Public Clocks <). Blacksmiths' Work 10. Asphalting Footpaths, etc. Specifications and further particulars on application to the City Surveyor. ADAM GIBSON. Town Clerk. Dunedin, 6th November, 1889. OTAGO HARBOR BOARD NOTICE. SEALED TENDERS will bo received at the Office of the Board until noon of TUESDAY, the 12th inst., for the Purchase of Cottage and Stabling on half of Section 45, Block 1., Wharves and Quays Reserve, 20 poles, having f lontage to Bow lane, with right of lease of said half section at a ground rent of LlO per annum. .Mso, Six Months' Lease of Sixteen Sections in Block LVI., about 1J acres, frontages to Crawford and Police streets, and flanked by approaches to Overbridge, Vogcl Btreet. Terms, conditions, and further information on application to JOHN L. GILLIES, Secretary. sth November, 1839. DAIRYMEN AND LIVERY STABLE AND COACH PROPRIETORS, ETC. TENDERS are invited and receivable till 5 o'clock p.m. on WEDNESDAY, the 13th inst., for the valuable rights to Graze and Cut Orass on certain portions of the Town Belt and City Reserves for a pciiod of Kightcen Months, commencing Ist January, 1890. For conditions and full particulars apply to ADAM GIBSON. Town Clerk. Dunedin, oth November, 1889. SPKCIAL BANK HOLIDAY. PURSUANT to the terms of the Banks and Bankers Act, 1880, and the Banks and Bankers Act Amendme.it Act, 1882, MONDAY, the Eleventh day of November instant, is hereby appointed a Special Bank Holiday at the Offices of the Colonial Bank of New Zealand in Dunedin. For the Colonial Bank of New Zealand, H. MACKENZIE, General Managrr. i T THE SUGGESTION of tho Early L Cloing Association, the undermentioned Business Firms have AGREED TO CLOSE their Premises on the following HOLIDAYS: Prince of Wales's Birthday, MONDAY, Nnvcmbor 11th, instead of Saturday, November 9th; Opening Day of Exhibition, NOVEMBER 26th; St. Andrew's Day, MONDAY, December 2nd, instead of Saturday, November 30th: — The Dresden Piano E. lies Company Price C. Begg and Co. Barclay and Co. Challenge Piano Com- M'Queen pany J. B. Kirk Scoullar and Chisholm AmericanHairdrcssing F. Hooper and Co. Patterson and Gourlcy J. Gillies Park and Curie Johnston W. Couston Paterson and Barr W. G. Sandeman W. Paris Hendry and Sons E. Stokes and Sons G. Wilkie Thomson, Bridgcr, and Wm. Sutherland Co. G. Hyde. A. Briscoe and Co. J. Young N.Z. Hardware Co. J. and J. Arthur R. Wypor O. Railey and Co, Brown, Swing, and Co. J. M'Landress Glendining and Dobie Simon Bros. Drapery Importing J. G. Green Coropanv City Boot Palaco Hardie and Co. T. Collins O. Johnson and Co. W. Young J. Taylor Public Benefit W. D. Houston Company Wood, Scott, and Co. Mrs Loft Masters and Co. T. Woods Wm. M'Donald M'K»y(Oook'mH Herbert, Hayncs,& Co. W. Harris R, Brown Mrs Gill M'Kay (Oook'm House) Smith Bros. W. A. Carter and Co. A. and T. Inglis Fyfe and Cuming H. Beckingsale Jno. Gallio Duthic Bros. Misses Dow Misses A. & E. Watkins Miss Brownlie Miss Clough Mrs Dreaver W. R. Colo Thos. Rippin J. S. Alexander Molliaon, Mills. & Co. A. Uennie Brown (hosier) W. Baucto Clothing Factory W. Grindli (Octagon) W. Barcla F. Laurenson H. Hawkii B. Davie M. Vansto J. Wilkie and Co. R. Rae Fergusson k Mitchell C. Wix F. Montague J. Wright A. Palmer O. Allen James Horsburgh W. Patric James Dunno M. Duko W. Bauchop W. Grindloy W. Barclay H. Hawkins and Co. M. Vanstone R. Rae Ghas. A. Ercßsey P. Anderßon J. Braithwaite J. H. Cotterell A. Sligo E. Hindlc S. Jacobs O. Allen W. Patrick M. Duko J. Grey R. C. Moore D. Bethune S. G. Smith A. Randell J. S. Swan E. F. Lawrence Wise. Oaffin, and Co. Dunedin Co-operative R. Gairdner H. W. Coverlid D. Rose Ilos and Holdernef s. Meat Supply Co. D, Mann and Co. J, Bain NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TRANSFER OF LICENSE. Section 88. TJOB WAIN, of Dunedin, being the holder , of a Publican's License in respect of the house and premises situate at Princes Btreet, Dur.edin, and known as Wain's Hotel, do hereby give notice that I desire to obtain, and will, at the next Licensing Meeting to be holden at Dunedin, on tho 2nd day of December, 1889, apply for a transfer of the said license from myself to Alexander Palmer, my appointee. Dated the first day of November, 1889. JOB WAIN, Applicant. JUVENILE CLOTHING. >ROWN, EWING, AND CO. invite early j»> inspection of their Juvenile Clothing, all thoroughly well made, of excellent Colonia Tweeds, manufactured expressly to our order, and are unsurpassed for Fit, Style, and Durability. GOOD. JUVENILE JUVENILE JUVENILE JUVENILE JUVENILE JUVENILE JUVBNILE JUVENILE JUVENILE i JUVBNILE JUVENILE JUVENILE GOOD. 10s 6d llß6d 12s 6d 13s 6d 14s 6d 15s 6d 16s 6d 17s 6d 18s 6d 19a Cd 21s CHEAP. Also, grand assortment In Serge. Corduroy, Plush, Volveteon, and Washing Suits (all sizes) in stock. Modified Prices. BROWN, EWING, AND CO,
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