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LATE ADVERTISEMENTS. I, ,OAB BY ’ 8 “W AHO 0, A gentle hut certain laxative NERVE TONIC, . And Positive t ure for: all derangements ■ of the LIVER, STOMACH, AND KIDNEYS. Obtainable everywhere, 2s 6d. ■Wholesale Agents: K.P.' and Co.’s N.Z. ' Drug Company, Ld. EVERYBODY HAS TESTED THE GENUINENESS OF JgR AITH WAITE’S ANNUAL SALE. Everything at Sweeping Reductions, 3 Gases PHOTO ALBUMS opened ; must go at Sale Prices. Opened, All the Latest Novelties in XV B’ou es, Sunshades, Ginghams, Prints, and Muslins. At Mrs Gill’s. FOR Leading Styles in Millinery, Straws, Flowers, and other Millinery Requisites, inspection invited at Mrs Gill’s. GRAND Stock New Kid Gloves.—Cycling Gloves, Is 6d and Is 9d; White Washing Gloves, 2s lid. Mrs Gill’s. fEW Goods in all departments now being opened. Clothing Factory, Octagon, WANTED, for term. Five or Six-roomed House in town. Particulars to Box 367. RANTED Known—Highest price gv.su for . . ; . -Furniture at M'Laughian’s Arcade. Largest stock in South Dunedin. ANTED Known—Lecture ‘The Sun.’ - • aid of Mechanics’ Institute, English Church Schoolroom, Port Chalmers, To-morrow, by Rev. D. Dutton, F.G.S. WANTED, Youth of good character for parcel room. Brown, Ewing, and Co. ’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. Boy to play piano. Apply 9 o.olotk, Music Shop (opposite Clothing Factory), Princes street. W ANTED, a good: Brass Moulder. Anderson and Co., Moray place. ANTED, by L’dy, a Furnished Bedroom, . , with use of kitghen; convenient to Princes or George street preferred. Address “Myra,” STAR Office. r ANTED, a few Boys, U years and upwards. Donaghy, South Dunedin. Office. ANTED, a light Second-hand Bicycle. State to “H.S.K,’’ .Stab \Af ANIRD. f or carpenter trade. For .« V address, apply Dunedin ’ Timber and Hardware Company, King street. ANTED, Situation mother’s help, hj help; good cook, laundress, neec woman; .good references.. Apply Lauronac •Bakery, Roslyn., ■ KS an 'ts>, r gehtly 3 Housema - good Hotels, Cook (private, no washi Laundress, Housemaid, Lady Help. WiLL, Party who called with Keys al Dickinson’s, tobacconist, kindlv again. .Reward;’ : CARNIVAL at Kjfe and,Cuming’s Drap. - bwea ; • inar e extraordinary 'B brought forward for To-morrow IV *i >V all ' departments now I -X} opened; Clothing Factory. Octagon T\AlßY,..Farm, Sawyers Bay-; SH ■ii hjo ™ c ’i.x by «’ orch »rd; eleven shll weekly. Platts, Port Chalmers. ■ ;

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1, Issue 10427, 23 September 1897

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 Issue 10427, 23 September 1897

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