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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4, Issue 10434, 1 October 1897
■;;: jf *SBARAGU S._„ A.B £,A A •' asparagus:! „.:"_..'*'.:>• .;...a; FIRST OF THE SEASOK,' I] Frotaottr/Ijigo6teKuTisiWleß^: : / .•Wa;hare a Flowering-',-rij '"' •Kanfs'^aH-Jki'nS'B^c'riilv . - . r :.K ii: --Stvhleff-for M>rrrriala"dev. ?■ ':-:;.' ■'-' .;;:;r | ' T;? AND'SON. ■■.. '■■-■- ■' *}: ;: BOSS has the largest stock of KidjGloves •'«•• In, town, among 2a 64;: ; TriJbyF2alld:; Motfa.s ..'-'"3s! 6d; Francesca, 3s ljd;, Jleriier f : *s-lld;!Roussel, 5s 6d,; Florence,6i6d:!JSrkite WashLeatheT/& 6d. '' -- -■:-■■<■-■■ *.v : A^?'.''^« aga. cheapest.'.'stock "of, >fcaL ..ymbrellaa in" town:': oyer, two"thousand tp;&leot from, la'Ud to'2l's. " ; ■ 1 ~Hlfc PATTBgNS -new 1 Veil ]Vrts and ,-JLCf V"" Gossamere, in Wack, white,- and' iancy'spottedf v. : ) ■■■, •';-.; ' - Tp.-. ADIEs' White Skirts, 2s lid to 30* ; Mus: JLi HnAprons. 7Ad to 3a 6d-;-nrfittv Mnsliti I JLi 7id to 3s 6d rpretty'lttualiii TVpISw Capeß, Corsets, Laces, Lace Collars; JLI -and Fancy Goodß V' * .3.V •■';>'T FOR! SALE (St. Johnia_3Cood)..-3,roQmed ■•;• House; termß, if required. Miller, Arcade.; ■'■ ■; "•- - :i -■■'■• ■■■■-'- :■■■'.■■ -••• :'..>.-. /IJIORj SALE,.steong Farmers .Waggon arid of Harness;' price"£3."' 5".' Drossy Grosverior street,. Kensington. " —"...... yES : AA~% gale ' i-Apre, e-roorhed ,Hou<e, conveniences ;', small doposit,. Fitzhardirige, Jones','9s Princes strati i Neat Cottage,'' four rooms, — - west Dune'din;, olose'tram ', big freehold section; garden; easy terms. Evans, Rattray street. • ; '. ..-'," .1 FOR SALE; Regent street. *<outb.DUriedin, Sections 25;'26, 27, and 28* corner Oxford and Resjent streets, with dwelling, of 4 rooms ; price, £2OO ;' a'great bargain j cash £SO, balance arranged. Neville Sievwright r Higlj.Btreet. j FOR SALE; ; Print Blouses* Is each./ Mrs Litzenßerger, dealer' in' second'-'hand clothing, 111 George street. .-.--■- I WHY Pay Rent 1 £SO: deposit, 10b- weekly for a good home; 5-roomed House and Freehold, Ros.lyn.; every convenience;, bargain'. Bryant, agent, Dowling street. ,-.■, , ... HEAP Money, - I ising E. J. Brjant, Dowling street, .'.''. I TO SELL or .Let, Five-roomed House (gar-1 den), Maitland street, first JErom High I street." James Gray. I LESSONS given in Dressmaking.—Cutting, Fitting,.and Sty lea specialty (taught, in. a few lessons)-; every Wednesday evening,- 7- 1 ' till 9 o'clock; terms moderate. No. 2 Stafford street. Principal; Mit-s Macdonald. " ;.,':. PRIME Waikouaiti Butter, 9d lb; fresh ; Egg?, 9d;-just arrived. Waikouaiti Butter Agency, 143 George street (corner Hanover). ■ - . RESH,EggB:9d, and. nice Table .Butter; frpm7dto9d. O..Hastie, George street. rßwatt lisas.-To Tiake your little enters I A tainment a success you must provide Tiger [ O and pints, at all grocers. 300T5.-Speoial value: Glace Walking Shoes from ii lid; splendid American Shoes, 7s 9d; Evening Shoes, 2-i lid. Simon Brothers. THADY O'FLYNNi Phreno'ogist, Scientific • Palmist, 1 Annafield Cottage, George street (near St. David itreet). LE. PARTRIDGE-Notetf for Cheap and • Stylish Millinery; cheapest house at the north end; see windows. -Corner St. David and Cumberland streets. TF you enjoy a good, full, pleasant cnp of tea, try Regina blend. »RIME Factory Butter, lOd per lb. Irvine and Stevenson. . MRS DREAVER has p'easure in announcing to her Patrons that alterations and repairs to the Front: - - ._ SHOP are; completed. -Call early; have -first choice .of. the season's Newest arid most Fashionable Goods. - MORNINGTON Preparatory School and Kindergarten.—Fourth Quarter commencea Tuesday,-sth Ootdber. Miss Mollison. GITRON SALT (Spring Medicine) for. the blood, pimples, r blotches,, boils, all akin eruptions ;Is bottles. Bagley. |HE Dunediu: Property Exchange Sella __ Land, House Property, and Shares by auc-. tion or privately ./for li per cent. No sale no charge. Entrance free. SUMMER Sportß.—See our Running Shoes, " Bike ".. Shoes, Tennis. Shoes, . Boating Shoes.; -Simonßrothers.": -■ ■ ■■"• • numerous, miscellaneous, cheap. Driver's Book Room, Octagon. Books purchased. „ T> EGINA Tea only requires a trial to adverX\l tise its unquestioned qualities. Give it the necessary trial. PREMIER Small Goods. Shop, George street.—We Bupply high-class goods of very finest quality; Pork Pies a specialty. Roast Sucking Pig on Saturday Night. EAR the Palladino Glove; -warranted ' French Kid and Perfect Fitting. I AULD SCOTTIE.-Sold by leading grocers; Ask for it. AULD SCOTTIE is a genuine Malt Whiaky, matured and of rare bouquet. ■; ' A .ULD SCOTTIE is. the favorite Whisky in Jrk. the City of Glasgow. ' REGINA Tea. The pick of the world's ; prodnctions, scientifically blended, and ia delicious.- ■ ■ - : BEEHIVE Boots.—Every pair made in our factory;. Men's Balmorals from 8s lid, Women's 6a lid. Simon Brothers. BEDDING Plants. Now Readv; Stocks, Aster 3, Lobelia, Tomato Plants, etc. Turner's Nursery, George street. . . HASLEMERE Tea, the new Ceylon. Obtainable at Young and Anderson^ oots ; all made in our factory; guaranteed-w.ear.,,,Simon Bros. • OR the beat value in Grooeries and P.. 1 visions try the Co-operative Stores. . - .:. ASPARAGUS ! Asparagus!—6rst of season; lovely Cauliflower. Spinach; finestool; lection European-grown Vegetables in Dunedin. Edwards^ A lowering Plants.—Double White and Scarlet Stocks, Cosmoß Tomato, Dahlia.Lobelia. Edwards. ROSES and. all kind Flowers ; Rhubarb, Cauliflowers, and all kind Vegetables ; Salad. Mrs Mitchell, George street. EVERY reader of To-night's Star should receive Circular -with full details of Fyfe and Cumiug's Carnival. HAST.EMERE Tea, the finest quality Ceylon : Vea imported' into the 1 Colony; try it. D. G. Shepherd. ' --■-..".. GYCLISTS should see big display Shirts, /. ;Caps, Stockingß. in Clothing Factory's Bundles Riccarton Rhubarb; splentFVf VF did Cooking Apples, 2d lb; AValnnl j6d; Yellow Bananas. W. Bull. WEEDIE, 136 George street.—Watches, L Clocks, and Jewellery Repaired. CHEAP Fruit Depot.—Apples, 2d; PaßsiOn Fruit, 40 Is j Oranges, Mandarins 30 Is ; Marmalade Oranges, Lemons 18 Is; sweet Loquats, Rhubarb, Prunes 8d lb. Freeman, Romeril. JUST Opened, new Millinery, Bloußes, Shirtß,new stock Cuffs, Collars, Bows, and Fanoy Ties; new Cream,' r V ■.' ' ■ a.nd Black Gloves, new Print, Lustre,' White Underskirts, Infants' Hats. .-■•'■.: BONNETS, PeUssos to match'; Ladies* j Dresses made latest Styles; J. and A. Dow,;George street.. • •• MEN'S Dress Boots (sewn); smart'shape, : -splendid value, Ba9d; Shoes.(sewn), 7s 9d. Simon, Bros., George street.. ,-•.--;•. WHY not enjoy you cup of Tea? Regina Blends are guaranteed the finest qualitv produced.:;;' : .-..; " EST: Dairy Butter, lod_ per 4b;' heßt; - Factory Butter; la. per lb.: 00-operativ"e
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