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Page 3 Advertisements Column 5, Issue 10432, 29 September 1897
LATE’ ADVERTISEMENTS. -GUINEA ■ American 5 Organ; by ’ Bell; - newjspoweftiri’ tone ; time payments, 10s. monthly; > -Musical Exchange, Octagon. •ALTIO Oil for rheumatism, sciatica, colds, X_F .spiains, bruises, is unequalled; price, Is 6q, A lex, Bagley, .Octagon Di o pensary. /I OOD Evening ! Have you used “ Good A-A -■ Luck * Tea I—'the blend for Health' and' happiness. D. M. Miller. . Teas.—Every Grocer in Dunedin has Tiger Teas; so you only need to ask for them, ’■'.'.ijA.v; . • v. ' A GOOUNT Books for office, warehouse, or Jt jhi : counter. We want to clear theso lines at the Stab.Factory, Crawford street. IOiS- Spring Lamb on Sale'at Wm. Patrick's. . THE Dunedin, Property Exchange, Sells Land, House Property, and Shares by auction or, privately for per cent.’ No sale no charge. Entrance free;. N LADIES’ KID GLOVES. THE VBEY LATEST IDEAS. AT 2/6 PER PAIR : 4-button Tan Kid Gloves, self stitchings. 4-button Tan Kid Gloves, fancy colored stitchings. 4-button White Castor Kid, black Stitchings. , at 2/11 PER PAIR; 4-dome Kid Gloves, in tans only, 4-pearl button Tan Suede, black stitchinps. 4-pearl button Tan Suede, vffhite stitchings, AT 3/6 PER PAIR : 4-button Tan Castor Gloves, best quality. 4-dome Tan Cycling Gloves, leather palms, 4-button TVhite Kid Gloves, black stitchings. 4-button Tan Kid Gloves, fancy stitchings. at 3/11 PER PAIR : 4-dome French Kid Gloves, in black and colors. ; ' 4-bntton Suede, in grey, lavender, drabs, fawns, etc., black Stitchings. AT 4/11 PER PAIR : 4-horn button Tan Cape, for driving, 4-dome French Kid, in black and colors. 4-button Suede, in various shade's ; also, White stitched black, and Black stitched white. AT 6/11 PER PAIR. SPECIAL. 4-button Real Deerskin, very choice. All above makes are thoroughly reliable. Inspection requested. • JJROWN, EWING, AND CO. TVTEW STRAWBERRY (Laxton’a Noble). —I -La have a few hundreds of the above well rooted Plants For Sale. A grand large, earli Fruit; should be in every garden; £1 pel hundred, 3s per dozen. J. BISHOP, Hampden, Otago. (iIENDERS are requested until FRIDAY, October Bth, for ADDITIONS and ALTERATIONS to a HOUSE in Sunnydale Extension, N.E. Valley. Plans and specifications with J. AND J. ARTHUR, George street. THE ESTATE OF FANNY ALBBRY, Deceased. ALL ACCOUNTS against the late Fanny Albery, Amenity Terrace, Dundas street, must be sent in to G. Lawrence, builder, King street, by the 6th of October next, and all Moneys Owing to her must be settled by above date. 6., LAWRENCE THOMAS ROGERS / Jrusteeß> ROSLYN BOWLING CLUB. THE OPENING MATCH ot the SEASON, President v. Vice-president, will be PLAYED on SATURDAY Next, at 2.30 p.m., weather permitting. Intending Members and Visitors from other Clubs are cordially invited. WM. BROWN, President. FOR SALE, THE LONG-ESTABLISHED SERPBN- ’ TINE HOTEL. STORE, Etc., at Serpentine. The ’above comprises Hotel with accommodation license, Store, Butchery, Post Office, with complete stock and plant. Apply DAVID BAXTER AND CO., Dunedin. WRIGGLESWORTH AND BINN S VICE-REGAL AND LEADING PHOTOGRAPHERS, : Octagon, Dunedin. 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 un- . surpassed “MONA.” ENLARGEMENTS On a further payment of IQs at time of siting. Coupons for sale at Stu'-io for one month only, bat will be available for use till 31st DECEMBER, 1897. Cur Country Clients can secure these Coupons by sending postal note for 2s 6J 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. LAST FEW DAYS COUPONS FOR SALE. JT. CAR T ER, • - 45 George street. Just Lauded, splendid assortment of CROCKERY AND HARDWARE, Dinner and Tea Sets, Toilet Sets, Bedroom Ware, etc., etc. We wish to call special attention to our BROWN TEAPOTS, As they are a very fine lot, and are going quickly. J- T. CARTER, 45 George Street. TO LET. ROSLYN.— 4, 5, 6, 7, and 8-roomed Houses i To Let. Washer’s Roslyn Agency. Telephone 888. TO LET, 6-roomed House, Bishop road ; bath; copper ; five minutes to Post Office. Edward Trythall, agent, No. 1 Bond street. Key next door. TO LET, Two Front Rooms, unfurnished (beautiful view), Upper Walker street; moderate rent. Brew, High street. TO- LET, convenient 4.-roomed House (cheap, rent), near Workshops, Duncan street, Wesleyan Church, Cargill road. TO LET (Mornington), Seven-roomed House (every convenience), near English Church, Apply Davies’s Drapery Store. TO LET, new 7-roomed House, with splendid view from Llttlebourne; gas, bath, hot and cold water, and all modern conveniences, R. Brown, 67 George street. npo LET, 163 Acres on Chain Hills, fronting JL Main South road; Apply A. Kirkland. ■ Green Island, rTV) LET, Shop and Dwelling, George street; i central position; rent moderate, J. and W. Gage, Rattray street. ELECTION NOTICES. TO THE RATEPAYERS OF PORT PHALMEBS. LADIES AND GENTLEMEN, —ln compliance with the requisition presented to me and signed by upwards of 100 Ratepayers of this Borough requesting me to allow myself to ho NOMINATED for the honorable position of MAYOR of this Town'for the ensuing year, I have mueh plcasnre in ACCEDING TO YOUR REQUEST, and, if elected, will use my utmost endeavor to further your interests. JOHN MILL. Port Ohalmcrs, 29th September, 1897.
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