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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1, Issue 8058, 7 November 1889
TO LET BY TENDED, THE 1' II E M I }:s B 'S NCW OCCUPIED BY THE OTAGO CLUB, Moray mack. Finest situation in the City. 'May bo viewed! eit application to tho Steward. Tenders for a Year or for a Term will be received until Noon on FKIDAY, November Bth, by tho undersigned, from whom all further particulars may be obtained. Tho highest or any tender not necessarily 'Accepted. R. HUDSON AND CO,, Moray place. JKLSON, MOAT B, AND CO. 3>eg to draw the attention •jf th» 'public to the fact vhftt it is moßt important vi>M they should insist upon having Nelson, Moate, and Co. 's Puro Tea* when they ask for them, as tho market is full of inferior mixtures pat up in uimilar packets, and pushed upon the public for tho sake of extra profit. N., M„ and Co.'s Natural Flavored Prize Teas have by far tho largest sale in the bOUTHERN WORLD, MONEY. GOLDEN FLEECE LOAN AND MS? OT COUNT OFFICE, DCWUNO srBKET. loans advanr,<,d from JjD and upward** oa personal or any othe* Vieourity; repayable by weekly or to suit Borrowers. Tradesmen's Bill* Discounted. Money Lenfan Pteujouda, Jow?>Uery, or any available security. B. M. MARKS, Prc^wslor. PUBLIC NOTKSS. IHK 'EVENING STAR' RUNNERS' SOCIETY Dtfftet Bills, Circulars, Plans, .eta, from hown to house, in any dfetriot in Daaodin and Suburbs, from Is 6d per 100. tor information, etc., apply to the Publisher, sftice of (his paper. 1W ZEALAND LOAN AND .1 DISCOUNT BANS. Mtfray Place opposite Criterion Hotel). M<.pey advanced on Personal and other Security. Loans granted frcm L 5 to L 5.000, repayable by weekly or monthly instalments. Loans of LF repayable Its weekly; Loans of LlO r9payable 10s weekly; Loans of Lls repayable 15s weekly; Loans of L2O repayable 20s weekly—and so on up to L 5.000. No law costs and no expenses but the actual rote of interest. Bills discounted daily ar current rates. No delay, and the strictest secrecy guaranteed. Office hours: 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.; Mondays, 9 a.m. to 8 p.m.; Saturdays, 1 a.m. to 1 p.m.; Saturday Evening, 6 to 8 o'olock. I. ISAACS, Manager, THE EVENING STAR. rjUBSORIBERS In the Country can have their Papers Left at any Railway Station along FEW ADVANTAGES 0? THK DRESDEN PIvINO COMPANY'S HIRB f UROHASE SYSTEMs l«t-«.No uia.Wr where you live, 15 enables you to feeteAe tho owner of a thoroughly good ftnd (found Pianoforte or American Organ hf simply Paying t'We Hire for a stated period. Mid—Possession (s obtained on Payment of the First Monthly or Quarteily Instalment. 3rd—Nu Further Expense whatever Is incurred iwyond the instalments for the period ■agreed on. 4th—The Piano or American Organ can br Exchanged for oue of a Better Class at any time within the period of hiring. 5 th—An excellent Piano or Organ (warranted tor ten years) can be obtained for a deposit of 30s and paymont of 30s monthly, 6th—A First-class Guaranteo is given with every Instrumont purchased. 7th—Catalogues, Terms, etc., sent Post Free on •ppiioation, SHEET MUSIC A SPECIALTY. TllK DRESDEN PIANO CO.'S DEPOT, 81 Princes street, Dune .(in. J. A. X. RIEDLE, Manager. ONDON r/)AN AND DISCOUNT SOCIETY, 3 Manse Street. LOANS from LlO to LIO,OOO, repayable to a dt convenience of Borrowers. Trade Bills discounted. Monoy advanced to persona entitled to money .n England or elsewhere. HENRY BENJAMIN, Manager R JOHN P. ARMSTRONG DENTIST, May bo Consulted at his Office, 112 PRINCES STREET (Exactly opposlto Cargill's Monumont\ Established in Duncdin in 1861, MR FRANK ARMSTRONG, SURGEON DENTIST (in conjunction with Mr J. P. Armstrong), has commenced the practice of his Profession, wd may be consulted at the office htoly occupied by Mr Salmond, 112 PRINCES STREET (Exactly opposite Cargill's Monument), lALOON HAIRDRESSING, VICTORIA. > J. B. KIRK, Proprietor. American Chairs. Attention Unequalled. Tonsorial Operations. Hair Cutting Sixpence. Monthly Subscribers arranged privately. Trade | J.B.K. | Mark. TOBACCONIST. Snuffs, Cigars. Cigarettes, Tobaccos; bestbrands. Address—9B George street, Dunedin. NEW ZEALAND AND SOUTH SEAS EXHIBITION. Notice to Exhibitors. /TESBRB H. S. FISH AND SON, who JL have the contracts for Painting and Decorating at the Exhibition, beg to intimate to Intending Exhibitors that they are prepared to Fit up and Decorate Bays at the Lowest Possible Prices, and in Best Style of Workmanship. To ensure the above, Exhibitors should give their Orders Early. H. 3. FISH AND SON, Princes street south. TO LADIES. ILES has much pleasuro in announcing • that he has Engaged the Services of a First-olass Ladies' Hairdresser, with English, American, and Australian experience. Ladies waited on at their private residences. Ball or Fancy Headdresses a specialty. Note the Address—--7 7 PRINCES STREET (Mutual Life Buildings). WORDS FOR ONE SHILLING The charge for Wanteds. To Lets, For Bales, etc., etc., is Ib for Sixteen Words. Space Advertisements aro charged at tho rate of -in per inch the first insertion, and 3s per inch nubsequent insertions. Standing advertisements by special arrangement.
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