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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4, Issue 10430, 27 September 1897
LATE ADVERTISEMENTS. GUINEAS. Fine upright English Piano, by Bowman ; small time payments taken. Musical Exchange. Octagon. AULD SOOTHE.—SoId bv leading grocers. Ask for it. ' . A ULD SCOTTIE is a genuine Malt Whisky, jtl L matured and of rare bounuot. A Ul7d aCOTTiEiTthr favorite Whisky in -CTL the City of Glasgow. miGKB, Teas. —Every Grocer in Dunedin has JL Tiger Teas ;so you only need to ask for them. ff UASiii"rf •' Wahoo,” the unrivaUed hemal remedy for all stomach, liver, and kidney eompiaintn: 2s fed Chemists Grocers. Mackenzie and sanders, George street.—lnspection invited of our new haansumn design in mirror-back Sideboards, £*A 6d. We intend to make a leading feature of these sideboards, so as to CIIDEBtMKD within every pertorda ineaus.. O Suites Ke-covered in latest patterns at lowest prices. Mackenzie and Sanders. CITRON SALT (Sirring Medicine) for the blood, pimples, blotches, boils, all skin eruptions ; Is bottles. Eagley. THE Dunedin Property Exchange Sells Land, House Property, and Shares by auction or privately for li per cent. No sale no charge. Entrance free.
WRIGGLESWORTH AND BINN S VICK-REGAL AND LEADING PHOTOGRAPHERS, Have determined to issue another series of 2/6 coupons, 2/6 Which will entitle the holder to 12 BEAUTIFUL BURNISHED CABINET PHOTOS, And one of W. and B.’s exquisite and unsurpassed “MONA” ENLARGEMENTS. On a further payment of 10s at time of siting. Coupons for sale at Studio for one month only, but will be available for use till 31at DECEMBER, 1897. Our Country Clients can secure these Coupons b} r sending postal note for 2s 6d and stamped envelope for reply. Studio open on Saturday Evenings-7 till 9 for sale of these MARVELLOUS COUPONS, the like of which have never before been offered to the public. TFfRIGGLESWORTH AND ’ ' Octagon. Dunedin. BINNS, MEETINGS. MISSION TO THE MAORIS OF THE SOUTH ISLAND. A MEETING will be held in the Lower Hall of the Congregational Church, Moray place, on WEDNESDAY, 29th inst., at 8 p m , to consider and arrange as to the organisation of an Interdenominational Mission to the Maoris of the South Island. Mr Morgan, who, at the special request of an interim committee, has visited nearly all the Kaiks of Christchurch, will be in attendance and report. * All who are interested are invited. Rev. R. R. M. Sutherland will preside. DUNEDIN SANITARY INSTITUTE. mHE MONTHLY MEETING will be held in the Town Hall on THURSDAY, the 30th inat., at 8.15 p.m., when a paper will be given by W. SNOWBALL, Esq , Inspector of Abattoirs, on ‘ Veterinary Hygiene.’ A large attendance of members and the public requested. W. G. JENKINS, Hon. Secretary. mhE ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING of the OAVERSHAM CRICKET CLUB will be held in Mr Wootton’s room on THURSDAY EVENING, the 30th inst., at 8 o’clock. Members only are requested to attend. W. W. MACKERSY, Acting Secretary. A SPECIAL MEETING of the Workers’ Political Committee will-he held in the i rades Hall 1 0-N lO I IT, at 8 o’clock. liy ness important. J. NAGLE, Vice-president. ROSLYN.-4, 5, 6, 7, and i To Let. Washer’s Telephone 888. 8-roomed Houses Eoslyn Agency. WANTED To Let, Two Rooms ; fireplace in each. Address at Taylor’s Store, Serpentine avenue. TO LET, 6-roomed House, Bishop load ; bath, copper ; five minutes to Post Office. Edward Trythall, agent, No. 1 Bond street. Key next door. TO LET, small Furnishfd House (piano) in best locality, near Pest Office. Address “ Rita.” Star Office. TO Lk-T, a comfortable 3-roomed Cottage in Maitland street. Apply at Mrs Lennon’s Store. TO LET, 163 Acres on Chain Hills, fronting Main South road. Apply A. Kirkland, Green Island, mO LET, Shop and Dwelling, George street; 8. central position ; rent moderate. J. and VV, Gage, Rattray street. LOST AND FOUND. TT OST, Thursday evening, between AntlerJLJ son s Bay and Dunedin, Silver Watch, Black Guard; initials "E.W.” : reward. STAH Office. LOST, on Tuesday last. Pink - and - grey Parrot; reward. Frank Anderson, builder, Eglinton. LOST (Southern Cemetery, Saturday afternoon), Ladies’ Handbag, containing purse; reward. Samuel Orr and Co., Stafford street. LOST (on Saturday), at North Ground, Gold Sleeve Link. New Zealand Insurance Company, Crawford stre’et; reward. 1770UND, on Saturday, Lady’s Handbag, con- ? taining money, etc.; owner can have same paying expenses. [Mrs J. Howard, Rothesay, near school. OUND, in Vogel street, Gentleman’s Gold Locket. Apply Mr Lyon, Athol place. THE Person who took Umbrella from Watson’s reading room on Monday Evening, 20th inst., had bettor return same to save trouble. ELECTION NOTICES. DUNEDIN ELECTION. TO THE ELECTORS OF DUNEDIN. T ADIES AND GENTLEMEN, —ln compliance with the request of a large number of ELECTORS I shall be a CANDIDATE at the forthcoming Election. I shall take an early opportunity of Addressing you on the POLITICAL QUESTIONS OF THE DAY. I am, Your obedient servant, ALEX. C. BBGG. ELECTORAL DISTRICT OF DUNEDIN CITY. TO THE ELECTORS. Ladies and gentlemen,—i am again a CANDIDATE for the honor of representing you in Parliament. My political sentiments and doings are familiar to moat of you. I contend for general progress and social amelioration, seeking to remove existing abuses with as little friction as possible. I have always supported such measures as tend to advance the interests of trade, provide steady employment for our urban population, and enlarge the area of rural settlement; and I will continue to do so. lam in favor of municipal reform and an amendment of our charitable aid legislation. As a guiding principle I stand by just administration and the rule of the many by their wisest and best men., Hoping to be favored with your suffrages, I am, your obedient servant, > ■ • , WILLIAM HUTCHISON. . Dunedjn, 27th September, 1897.
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