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i- Established 1853. E. 0. WOODWARD, Pharmaceutical Chemist (by Examination), Siiccc.Tttir to A. M. l.oasby, 174 PIIIXCKS STHKET SOUTH, DUNEDIN. A SrLENDID NEW STOCK en hand of 73k. all the Latest Approved Drugs and druggists' Sundries including— Hot Water Lottie.", Tooth Bmshcs and other .Toilet Requisites, Clinical Thermometers, . Firat-clasa ret fmisery and Soars, Trusses, Throat l'anilles, Enemas, . Bandages and Antiseptic Gauzes, Sponges, Elastic Goods, Inhalers, etc., etc., etc. Quality Guaranteed. Telophono 302. I\o. Box 276. In urgent cas?s Prescriptions dispensed at night. r JUST OPENED, GRAND SELECTION. '- OK LINOLEUMS LINOLEUMS T .„_ LINOLEUMS imnrwmfl LINOLEUMS LINOLEUMS LINOLEUMS linoleums Linoleums linoleums AND FLOORCLOTHS FLOORCLOTHS r-T ™~ FLOORCLOTHS FLOORCLOTHS FLOORpfnTSI FLOORCLOTHS FLOORCLOTHS FLOORCLOTHS FLOORCLOTHS FLOORCLOTHS FLOORCLOTHS Pr.oM "NAIRN AND CO., KIRKCALDY. SCOTTLLAR AND CHISHOLM, RATTRAY STREET, DUNEDIN. U M A N H A I R STORE. _ fails of Hair, 4s 6d to 40s. Ladies' Cuttings and Combines worked up, 3a 6d to 6s fid. Wigs, Fringes, Frames, cte, etc, M.vay, in Stock at London prices. Ladies' Hair Cut and kinged, Is. -T MWTREN. 52 anm> 54 Geobgk street. .—The oldest established Kusines-s in Dun-

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TO THE CYCLING PUBLIC. j_ cycling menus teat trom this date I have severed my connection with the Austral Cycle Agency, Limited, and have joined the staff of Messrs MORROW, BASSEIT, AND CO., Puncdin and Christchurch, Sole Agents in New Zealand for the Famous STERLING AND NEW HAVEN MACHINES. In thanking my friends for their support in the past, I respectfully solicit a continuance of the same for the 6rm I now represent, and be» to assure them that only a first-class article will be supplied. The quality of these Bioycles (Sterling and New Haven) has already been proved beyond tpieatioa to be of the very highest grade. The- New Shipment of '97 pattern is now landing ex Rakaia, and for beauty of finish, elegance of desizn, and superioritv of workmanship c.\cel anything yet Been in "this country. Inspection ia cordially invited at Show Rooms, Cumberland street (next Railway Overbridg°j. Hio Repairs will be under my immediate supervision. Yours faithfully. S. R. STEDMAN.

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1, Issue 10423, 18 September 1897

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