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Page 3 Advertisements Column 5, Issue 10426, 22 September 1897
LATEADVEBTISEMENTS. "R GRUBB, of "Wellington, will Conduct . a SERIES OF MEETINGS in Farley's Hall at 7.30 Every Night THIS WEEK (except Saturday). TtGER Teas.—We cannot make you good, but we can make you feel good* Drink Tieer Teas. / AKKHOUHKMEN'S Sample cases and Card i made and lntfawMl at tSA-HT»« Factory, Crawford street. TENNIS Material. This season's supplv just unpacked by Thomson, Bridger, and Co. Racquets specially good and very cheap. CRICKET Material.—First shipment just to hand, and without doubt is the Best Stock ever seen in Dunediu. Clubs would do well to inspect for themselves at Thomson, Bridger, and Co. a. ELECTROPLATED Ware.—ln this Thomson, Bridger, and Co. carry a very large and varied stock, suitable for Wedding Presents and Trophies, at exceedingly low prices. delightful beverage". A most economical and kJ unexpected treat; Agricultural Hall this evening; promenade concert. OASBY S " Wahoo " strengthens'stomach, _i simulates liver and kidneys, and invigorates whole system ;2a 6d. All chemists and Grocer.". OLD Smuggler Whisky Is a powerful Curative for Disease, and is very agreeable to the palate. OLD Smuggler Whisky is the most popular Tonic and Stimulant in the world. Beware of imitations. PREVENTION is Better than Cure. Therefore Use Old Smuggler Whisky, which is a preventive of disease. CARDBOARD Boxes for Drapers, Confectloners, Chemists, and others at Stab Factory, Crawford street. CITRON SALT (Spring Medicine) for the blood, pimples, blotches, boils, all skin eruptions ; Is bottles. .Bagley. UGER Teas.—Every Grocer in Duaedin has Tiger Teas; so you only need to ask for | latsjjiivaij at *yte and Cuming's drapery \J Stores; more extraordinary bargains brought forward for To-morrow (Thursday). A LL Persons are Cautioned against Tresr\. passing on my Land, Section 19, Block VII., Broad Bay, occupied by Mr Wright. M. ' A. Monson. RAGLAN Bicycles, the latest up to date, £l7 lOj and upwards; inspection in-1 vited. Melville, 40 George street. ! AKh No Mistake.-It is Mrs Dreavei's Shop with new windows and the loveliest Sailor and Bond Street Hats you ever saw. gee them insk'ie. JUST Opened Out, the very newett things in Millinery, Blouses, Belts, Shirts, Cuffs and Collar?, the veiy latest Dress Materials, New Capes. At Mrs Dreaver's. FhiRRINE, the well-proved modern remedy for pale faces, lassitude, languor, nervousness ; packets, 2s. Alex. Bagley. FLOWER Show at Agricultural Hall this eveDiag; admission, Is; promenade concert, Garrison Band. jbooks tor orace, warehouse, oi counter. "We want to clear these lines at the Stab Factory, Crawford street. TIGER TEAS.-To make your little entertainment a Buccess you must provide Tiger ARTHUR BRISCOE AND CO., Princes, Jetty, and Bond streets. > UILDEKS will find our Stock up to date, and prices right. ROOFING Iron, best brands in the market: Cement, Drain Pipes, Slates, Plaster! of Paris, Nails, Tools, etc. I RON-Bar, Sheet, Plate; Steel Bar, Sheet, Plate; Lead, Tube?, Carriage Woodware, Carriage Hardware, SILVERWARE ; Furaisking - Ironmongery, Grates, Tiles, Bedsteads,. Fender', ramps, Lamp ware, Japanese Ware, Forks, Spoons, Knives, Travelling Bags'. | 1 OLOKS—Painters' (drv and in oi!); \y Brushes, Tutty Knives, Putty in tins, bladders, and bulk. OILS— Genuine Boiled and Raw, Colza, Caßtor, l.ubrioiting, all Uads; White Lead, Red Lead, Kerosene. pots, Kettles, etc, the very best; cooking made a pleasure ; give a trial. HOW Room.—Show Room well worth a visit. Nioe Lines for presentation and home use—artistic, chaste, cheap. LSO, Briscoe's Teas. . —sanda; guaranteed pure, new, delicious. If your grocer does not STOCK our Blends-he cannot stock everybody s—ask for Sample; we will see you get it. J
EAR the Palladino Glove; warranted French Kid and Perfect Fitting. ■ OASBVS "-Wahoo," the unriralled herbal *-J remedy for all stomaoh, liver, and kidney aomplaints: 2s 6d Chemists Grocers. STRUTHERS AND SCOTThave large stock's of Haslemere Tea, and strongly recomHASLBMERE Tea, the new Ceylon. Ob tamable at Young and Anderson's. as i value, Largest Demand. Aler, ~i * Basfey'a Chinese Laundry Glaze: packets, Is. Beware of the many imitations Have you used "Goo-.l _. „„ -the blend for health and happiness. D. M. Miller. Si™ 11 *">wer?, Spring Flowers. w?n S? • 7! n =»„ aU . a-growiDg," Agricultur-' Hall To-night. Musical promenade. ,i<*iUE., Warehouse, and Counter Stat' on ery well and cheaply made at the STAB Factory, Crawford street TVTICE Spring Lamb on Sale at Wm. Pat■H neks. FOR SALE, SPLKNDID Level Building Allotments, in George street, from £l5O to £175. Annlv JOHN REID AND SONS, Bond street. P J I HAVE TO THANK the Manchester Fire Assurance Company for the prompt manner in which my Claim, arising out of the late Fire in Geoige street, waß Settled, the full amount of the Policy having been paid withraon hour after the proof of loss was delivered to the Company. ALEXANDER BINNIE, tV a- no :, 3, vire - w ? r ker, George street. Dunedm, 22nd September, 1897. UR COLOSSAL SALE WILL POSITIVELY CLOSE SATURDAY NEXT. A. AND T. INGLIS. mENDERS are invited till 2 p.m. of TUESDAY, October sth, for the ERECTION of a BRICK RESIDENCE (2 storey) in Royal terrace. JAMES HISLOP, Dowling street. Architect. TENDERS are requested until noon on THURSDAY, September 30, 1897, for ADDITIONS and ALTERATIONS in Stone to a Church at Port Chalmers. Full particulars with FRANK W. PETRE, Engineer and Architect. 194 Princes street. iROPERTIES FOR SALE. 7-ROOMED HOUSE, conveniently situated, with 26i poles of Land. 2 DWELLING-HOUSES and Quarter of an Acre, Dundaa street. GOOD DWELLING-HOUSE and Quarteracre, Maori Hill. DAIRY FARM, 200 Acres, with all necessary . buildings ; a bargain. 14 ACRES, Mount Cargill, with house, byre, stable, etc., thereon. Apply PERPETUAL TRUSTEES CO., Lower Rattray street.
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