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Rstabiiished 1853. i E. 0. WOODWARD, cwaimaoetitical 'Chemist (by Examination), Successor to A. M. Loaaby, 174 Princes street south, Dunedin. A SPLENDID NEW STOCK on hand of _ all the Latest Approved Drugs and Sundries, including— Water Bottles, Tooth Crushes and other Toilet Requisites, Clinical Thermometers, rirst-olass Perfumery and Soaps, Trusses, Throat Pastilles, Enemas, Ramiages and Antiseptic Gauzes, Sponges, l.lastic Goods, Inhalers, etc., etc., etc. Quality Guaranteed. Telephone 302. P.O. Box 276. In urgent cases Prescriptions dispensed at night. Ue EX S.S. PAKEHA. JUST OPENED, A GRAND SELECT lON OF LINOLEUMS LINOLEUMS LINOLEUMS LINOLEUMS LINOLEUMS LINOLEUMS LINOLEUMS fcJi?OLEUMS Linoleums linoleums LINOLEUMS LINOLEUMS AND FLOORCLOTHS FLOORCLOTHS floorcloths FLOORCLOTHS r LiOORCLOTHS FLOORCLOTHS floorcloths floorcloths floorcloths floorcloths floorcloths FROM HAIRN AND CO., KIRfiCALDY. SCOULLAR AND CHISHOLM, RATTRAY STREET, DUNEDIN. £ “ j- ® AIR store - Tails of Hair, 4a 6d to SOs. Ladies’Cut niigs and Combings worked up, 3s 6d to 6s 6d _ Fringes, Frames, ete., etc., always ii Wuwck at London prices. Ladies’Hair Cut am Winged, Is. mo 52 and 54 George street. widest established Business In Dun edin. HIGH AUTHORITY ON '%\T AI - RONGOA MINERAL WATER , Settled only at Springs, Wai-Rongoa. the New Zealand Medical Journal ’ bays • In regard to the Water itself, as a table bove ,?„ ge ,, * oaa be confidently recommended. Beau titully cool, clear, and effervescing, the tasti clean, with just sufficient chalybeate astringenoi to remind one that there arc healing virtues ai JJCr* as simple refreshment in the liquid, thii Mineral Water ought soon to become popula amongst all who can afford tho very slight cos entailed.” ° Wo supply the Dunedin and Wellington Hos FltalS’ tho Union Company's entire fleet, ant Bellamy s with our Pure Mineral Water Spoclally-mado Soda Water for Invalids. Foi Perm.t to visit Springs apply Dunedin Office.

THOMSON AND CO. Office: Dunedin. RETOUCHING, PRINTING, MOUNTING. PHOTOGRAPHIC GOODS. Fresh Stock P.O.P. in all-sized Packets. CAMERAS, PLATES, PAPERS. N.Z, CAMERA CO., OCTAGON, DUNEDIN. SPRING ANJ) SUMMER EXHIBITION.; dJ.c. THE COMPANY Will Hold THEIR GRAND OPENING SHOW Of SPRING FASHIONS On TUESDAY, 7th INSTANT, And Following Days. Inviting Inspection. THE LEADING FASHION HOUSE. Die., HIGH AND RATTRAY STREETS. P. LAING, Manager, B. Halle.vstein, Chairman of Directors. rjjlHE BANK OF AUSTRALASIA. (Incorporated by Royal Charter, 1835.) Paid-up Capital £1,600,000 Reserve Fund 800,000 Reserve Liability of Proprietors ... 1,600,000 £4,000,000 A Half-yearly Dividend of £1 per Share, being at the rate of 5 per cent, per annum, has been declared by the Court of Directors, and will be payable on Bth October. Tho Colonial Share Register will be closed from 25th September to Bth October inclusive for purposes of above Dividend, FRED. AYRES, Acting Manager. TO THE CYCLING PUBLIC.

I BEG TO INTIMATE to my numerous cycling friends that from this date I have severed my connection with the Austral Cycle £ genoy, Limited, and have joined the staff of Messrs MORROW, BASSETT, AND CO., Dunedin and Christchurch, Sole Agents in New Zealand for the Famous STERLING AND NEW HAVEN MACHINES. In thanking ray friends for their support in the past, I respectfully solicit a continuance of the same for the firm I now represent, and beg to assure them that only a first-class article will he supplied. The quality of these Bicycles (Sterling and New Haven) has already been proved beyond question to bo of the very highest grade. The New Shipment of ’97 pattern is now landing ex Bakaia, and for beauty of finish, elegance of design, and superiority of workmanship excel anything yet seen in this country. Inspection is cordially invited at Show Rooms, Cumberland street (next Railway Overbridge). The Repairs will be under ray immediate supervision. Yours faithfully. S. E. STBDMAN. Sales by Auction.—Monday. of^l ge A y inoo 9°r , at Jkeir stores, Cumberland street, at 10.30 o clock—Gram and produce. Donald Raid and Co., at the Otago Corn and Wool Exchange, Vogel street, at 10 o’olockGram and produce. r,^v F i irn i er !,* As ! ncy i C °? I P an y' at their stores. Cumberland street, at H q’clock - Grain and produce.

c^ eig J , W^ COC >«l and Co at thoir rooms, Stafford street, at 10.15 o clock—Fruit Park, Reynolds, and Co., at their rooms Manso street, at 12.30 o’oloek-Freehold property. ■lames Samson sod Co., at their rooms Dow< liug street, at 2 o’clock—Drapery, boots, etc

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