LATE ADVERTISEMENTS. CHOICE FRuilS. WE have Bananas, Tahiti Orange?; Pear-' main. Apples, Mandarins, Pission Fruit; Queensland Fines. . Pplendid Sydney Orangeß, 2* for Is. We bring in daily from our Nursery Prime Khubarl). PRYOR AND SON. HOMELY HOMES Are made more Comfortable by Suitable Furnishings. The New Designs in Floorcloth and Linoleums (widths from Ift 6in to 15fc) are par excellence the best we have ever shown. See the Inlaid Linoleums The Two-tone Ecru Curtains are a decided novelty and very thrifty. Axmihster Carpets in selected Dining and Drawing Room Patterns-real works of art. Brass Rods, Curtain Poles, and Furnishing Brassware in great variety. "DROWN, SWING, AND CO..
THE MOST RELIABLE STOCK OF DRAPERY IN DUNEDIN HERBEKT, HAYNES, AND CO.'S OVER 230 CASES OF NEW GOODS JUST OPENED. Bought personally by Mr Haynes at large discounts off regular priceß. Make a point of inspecting the stock, and mark carefully the value we are offering PRICES TO SUIT ALL CLASSES. OPEN ALL DAY TO-MORROW (WEDNESDAY).
WANTED, by (respectable"Person, Situation as light general; town; references; small family preferred. " ■Willing', 1 ' Stab Office. ' ANTED, £4,500 at 4 per cent.; security, , , freeholds worth double. Apply Box 25, Post Office. WANTED (at once), a smart Girl to make herself generally useful. Apply Mrs Gill, Princes street. ANTED, a young Girl to assist in » * housework. Apply Struthers and Scott. . WANTED, Single Man for garden and general work; country. B. Pledger, Upper York place. ANTED, Two respectable Girls to share . . room in a good heme, with use of kitchen; terms moderate. Apply Mrs Woodhouse, near Salutation Hotel. W Columbia Dress-cutting School; the art of dressmaking taught' in a few lessons. Principal, Mrs Williams, Ross's BniHineß. 'ANTED, Cyclists remember: World- . - ronowned " Columbia " Bicycles greatly Reduced in Price. Moray place (opposite First Church). ALES. —Young Girl (16 years) wishes to •w learn Sales, any department. Address "E.F.," Star Office.
LAST FEW DAYS OF LORIE'S SALE. ALL ODD LINES, REMNANTS, AND SOILED GOODS ARE NOW TFTRnWNr nTTT fIH TFTF. nnTTUTBIRH THROWN OUT ON THE COUNTERS. WE MUST SELL. DON'T DELAY.
WANTED, experienced Dressmaker for country; must understand chart measurementa. Apply Ross and Glendinin<*. ANTED, tidy Girl for general house- . . work. Apply Golf Clubhouse, Bishopscourt, Roslyn. ANTED Known by Ladieß shopping at the North End Well-appointed Tea i at Miss Morrison's, 191 George street. Everything of the best. WANTED Known by Gentlemen in business at the North End—Nice Lunch, 12 to 2, at Miss Morrison's, 194- George street. WANTED Known—Highost price given for Furniture at M'Laughlan's Arcade. Largest stock in South Dunedin. ANTED, Braart Youth for shorthand, . - typewriting. Apply, stating age and experience (if any), "Shorthand," Stah Office. WANTED To Sell, nice Two-roomed House for £2O; nice ground. Apply H. Heppelthwaite's Store, Cargill road. ANTED, Furnished Double Bedroom (central), with use of kitchen. Address "R-B," Star Office. ANTED, strong Lad accustomed to horse W driving. Apply J. Casey, Leith avenue (next Clyde street Bridge). WANTED, Turbine, 20-inoh; LtfM or ether approved make ; suitable for low fall. F. "W. Payne, consulting engineer. Government Insurance Building. _._. x is the demand for Regtna Tea v» rapidly increasing? One trial will answer this question. I WILL Not ,be Responsible for any Debts contracted by my Two Sons. "(Signed) Andrew Cullen, Ben. -Guinea Educational Model Piano; terms, £1 deposit and 12s monthly time payments. Musical Exchange, Octagon. OASBY S Wahoo positively cures where . _i other remedies only relieve: purely herbal; always effectual: 2s 6d. Chemißis, Grocers. ONTEITH. Monteith. Monteith. - . Ladies, for fit, wear, and appearance, no Kid Glove equals the " Monteith." Every pair guaranteed. FRESH and Smoked Fish, Oysters, Poultry, and Babbits. Mrs Georgeson'g, Rattray and George streets. Telephone 620. REGINA Tea only requires a trial to advertise itß unquestioned qualities. Give it the necessary trial.
AT THE GREAT CARNIVAL, WEDNESDAY MORNING. 500 yards Rich LIBERTY SILK, la yard. 12 LADIES' FAWN and BROWN CAPES, Is ll£d each. 50 doz?n LADIES' LINEN COOKING APRONS, la eaoh. FYFE AND~CUMING.
XV productions, scientifically blended, and is delicious. •i?/l fIAA To Lend, in sums to suit, d&TTtJW lowest rates; Bills discountejlda'ly. Bryant. Dowling street. FOR SALE (oheap), a Singer Improved ' Sewing Maohine, good working order. L. B. Partridge, Cumberland street. OR SALE. 4-roomed House (bay window, verandah, orchard); • splendid view, sheltered. Thompson, Maryhill terrace, Mornington. •:,!.(■■■■ a, m. u&via street north, FourCottage.: scullery and bath, all conveniences; price, £3OO j cash £2OO, balance at 5 per cent. Address " Cottage," Star Office. FOR SALE, Second-hand Iron, Spruce Lining, Doors, Windows, etc. Cumberland street Hospital. WHY not enjoy you cup of Tea ? Regina Blends, are guaranteed the finest quality XjL City : good and improvable business. i Wm. Reid, 27 Rattray street. UARTER-ACRE, good Bouse, harbor frontage, Ravensbourne; price reduced 25 per cent ( splendid bargain ; terms. Reid, Rattray street. i VIOLIN. Bow, and Case from 20s to £5; very large assortment; inspection invited. Musical Exchange, Octagon. EAR the Palladino Glove; warranted ' Frenoh Kid and Perfect Fittins. LOASBY'S " W ahoo," the unrivalled herbal remedy for all stomach, liver, and kidney cornplaints: 2a 6d Chemists Orocere. TF you enjoy a good, full, pleasant cup of tea, try Regina
FURNITURE! omn „, 7 BBS THAN COST TO REDUCE OUR STOCK BEFORE 30th SEPTEMBER. All Goods our own make and guaranteed. EASY TERMS IF DESIRED. A ? CO-
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