LATE ADVERTISEMENTS. CHOICE FRUITS. TE have Banatios, Tahiti Orange», reari i , main Apples, Mandarins, Passion Fruit Queensland Tinea. fplendid Sydney OraDges, 24- for Ib. We bring iu daily from our Nursery Prime .-■ y fihubarb. PKYOR AND i-ONV > . ROSShfls the largeststook of JCidGloveH « in town, atnbng ottfers r the Alma, 2s 6d; VKRMESA, 2s (>A ; Trilby, 2s lid; Mona, 3.4 6d; Franceses*, 3s lid; Merlier, 4« lid ; Roussel, Ss 6d ; Florence, 6* 6d ; White Wa-.h Leathwr, 2s 6d. -a LSO, the largest and cheapest stock of jC». Umbrellas in town ; over two thousand to select from, la lid to 21s. PATTERNS new Veil Nets and v Gossamers, in black, white, and ancy spotted, from 4jd a yard. ¥ ADIEV White Skirts, 2s lid to 30,.; MusB i liu Aprons, 7Jd to 3s 6d; pretty Muslin afores, la to 3s 9d. TEW Capes, Corsets, Laces, Lace Collars, AM and Fancy. Goods just opened at T. Ross's, direct importer. UR Annual Colossal Sale will Positively , Close Saturday, September 25. A. and Inglis. WANTED, a Message Boy. Apply J. and A. Dow, George street; WANTED, a good Bicycle. State price to " Bicycle/' Stab Office. WANTED, good General Servant. Apply Mrs A. H. Fisher, High street.
WANTED, Buyer Superfine Dress Suit, almost new ; five guineas—coat eight; Sft lOin. Address "Medium Build," Star Office. T V Watch, Clock, Jewellery Repairs; Watches Cleaned, 4s 6d. H. H. Bailey, Arcade. INTKD, Tenders for Tainting 2 Cot- , . tagea and Stable at Palmerston South. Apply Wain's Hotel. ANTED To Purchase, One or Two- . . roomed House for Removal. Apply Box 219. J ANTED, Second-hand Circular Saw » / Spindle, 2-inoh diameter. 6. C. Baker, Octagon. RANTED, Everyone in need of Boots or » / Shoes make a bee line for H. R. Morrison's Sale. ANTED Known-Stacks of Ladies' Boots t » and Shoes at any price; must make room. H. R. Morrison's. / ANTED Known—Men s strong Working » / Balmorals (one year's hard wear guaranteed), 8s 6d. Only at H.'it. Morrison's. WANTED Known —Girls' High Levant Balmorals, 10's to l's, 4s 6d; Children's Boots from Is. H. R. Morrison's. 7 ANTED Known—Overstock of Ladies' t v Glace Kid and Patent Lace and Button Boots from 18s 6d, 20s, 22s 6tJ, reduced to 15s 6d, 16s 6d, "and 18s 6d. Harris's Imperial Boot Depot. 'ANTED Known Ladies' Lace Boots » . (glace kid, patent vamps) were 15s 6d and 18s 6d, reduced to 12b 6d. Harris's Imperial Boot Depot. WANTED Known—Great Reductions in Boots and Shoes ; note these prices— Button and Laco Boots—were 12a 6d, now 8s 6d. Harris's Imperial Boot Depot.
WANTED Known —Girls' Levant .Lace Boots, 7 to 10. from 4a 6d; 11 to 13, 53 6d; all goods reduced are good stock; we are determined to clear all lines overstocked. Harris's Imperial Boot Depot, 4 Princes street. ANTED, young Ladies to take Lessons at , . Columbia Dress-cutting School; the art of dressmaking taught in a few lessons. Principal, Mrs Williams, Ross's Buildings. WANTED, everyone to give W. Geddes, grocer, Mornington, a trial for prime Fresh Butter, Bd, 9d, lOd; also Best, Is; Taieri and Peninsula, Is Id. ANTED, Fabians, Socialists, everybody . . to read ' The Difficulties of Socialism' (Fabian Jottings) in thiß week's ' Democrat.' XT ANTED, an Apprentice to the Dress»'Y making. Miss Ford, Lower York 'ANTED To Purchase, a 6 or 7-roomed , . House, with every convenience, close to town. State full particulars to '' Purchaser," General Post Ofiice. ANTED, a young Girl to assist with t i housework; used to children. Apply Sirs Carroll's Store, Mornington. 7 ANTED, Laundress (station), Generals, . / Housemaids, useful Girls, Cook, Laundresses (town and country). Bliss Stuart's Registry, George street. WANTED, strong Girl to assist in housework; must be fond of children. Mrs Martin, St. Anne's road, Mornington.
ANTED, at once, clean, smart Girl to , , assist in housework. Apply Gordon House, Upper Hanover street. WANTKD Known—For cash, Mutton from 1.j.1, ?.\.ei ni per lb; Lamb and Vtal, Is pri piaster. Bottiug and Sons, butchers, t- oath Dunedin. /ANTED, Assistant, Country Store; . ; accustomed solicit 5 state salary. " Q.," Star Office.. 'ANTED To Let, Shop, corner Frederick, , , Castle street?; suit any business; low rent. Apply on premises. family; age 18. Address "Family," R Office. rOUSE, twelve or fourteen rooms. Wanted, L central position, City. " Smith," Stab
HpO CONFECTIONERS.—Wanted, Second JL Hand for boiling room. Hatton and Co., Caversham. MRS FISH wants experienced "Waiters, Second Cook (man), Housemaids, Laundresses (private), Generals, Cooks, Waitresses, Boys (milk). TEW Goods in all departments n>w being opened. Clothing Factory, Ootagon. A AND. E. WATKINS have just received • New Spring Novelties: Sun Bonnets (newest shapes), Coat?, Pelisses, Pina'ores. THE Best House for Veils (fashionable patterns in great variety); New Stock Ties, Buckles, Belts, Frillings. A GOOD Cashmere Stocking, Is; Seamless Stockings, Is 6d; Children's School Stockings, Is; Babies' Socks and Shoes, Bootees. >ABYLINEN.—Just received, ex Aotea, *J Newest Designs Babylinen; Sets from 10a to £lO. A. and E. Watkins. , ULD SCOTTIE Whisky can be had from A. and J. M'Farlane. UR Annual Colossal Sale will Positively Close Saturday, September 25. A. and T. Inglis. JE sure and call on W. Taylor, 169 George street; best value in hosiery and fancy goods. Packets Flower Seeds. • ru w most charming, beautiful, and fragrant varietii>B ;Id per packet. Bull. FURNITURE and Bedsteads. Call and inspect the Stock of F. A. Hooper and Co. before purchasing elsewhere. BRABS Kail French Bedsteads, full size, 47s 6d ; Woven Wire Bpring Mattresses, 17s 6d each. Hooper and Co., Octagon. PULL Size Wood Bedsteads, 17b 6d; Platform Rocking Chairs, 17s 6d; Austrian Chairs. 58 6d ; Kitchen Chairs, 3s 6d. "UST Landed, real Walnut Overmantels, Hooper and Co. gJIANOY Occasional Drawing noom Chairs, F just landed, from 2ls each. F. A. Hooper and Co., Octagon. TALI AN Bedsteads for Curtains, no top jl tester, from 95a ; full size Wool Mattreßses, 25s ; Kapok Pillows, 4s. Hooper and Co. JUIHIE BROS., Ltd. Spring and Summer Mantles, Capes, Jackets, Blouses, all direct from London; largo assortment. \J Close Saturday, September 25. A. and T. Inglis.
QUALITY ffie true test of value.—Regina Tea, the Queen of Blends. Young and Anderson. DUTHIE BRCK, Ltd. Spring and Summer Sunshades, Umbrellas, Gloves, Aprons, Laces, Gimps, Hosiery; choice selection. FLOwJBHS, Flowers,. Flowers; Fruit, Fruit, Fruit; Rhubarb, Rhubarb, Rhubarb; Cauliflowers, Cauliflowers, Cauliflowers. Mrs Mitchell, George street. ■ Macrocarpaa (1b dozen), —~~ „ „ Cauliflower and Cabbage Plants, Tomato Plants, Flowering Plants. Edwards. OUR Annual Colossal Sale will Positively Close Saturday, September-25. A. and
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