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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3, Issue 10435, 2 October 1897
LATE ADVERTISEMENTS. MONTEITH. Monteith. Monteith. Lad>P3, for fil ~ wear, anil appearance, no Kid Clcrc equals the “ Mcuteith.” Every pair guaranteed. HOUSE, in obedient order, 0 -with Washhouse (Cited with tubs, boiler, etc.), Two-stallrd stable and Buggv-hou-je (with hay loft), and ONE ACRE OF RAND, part laid out in Fruit and Vegetable Garden. Sunnv aanect. Can be had for £SOO. JOHN HEROES AND (JO., Exchange Court. TENDERS arc invited until SATURDAY, October 9th. for the ERECTION of a RESIDENCE in Wood at Opoho. Plans and specifications at F. MILLIER’S, bootmaker. King street north. TENDERS are invited for ERECTING OFFICES in Crawford street. ROBERT FORREST, Architect, Joel’s Buildings, Crawford street. TAIERI AND PENINSULA MILK SUPPLY COMPANY, LIMITED. •< TENDERS are invited for the CARTAGE of MILK from Sandymount to Dunedin for a period of Two Years. Tenders to be lodged by noon of OCTOBER 14. WILLIAM J. BOLT, Secretary. nnENDERS are invited until noon of MONDAY, 11 tb inst., for RECONSTRUCTION of CYCLING TRACK on the Caledonian Grounds. A Specifications with the Engineer, NORMAN M. KIRKCALDY, Rattray street. nnENDERS are invited until noon of TUESDAY, 12th inst,, for the ERECTION of ADDITIONS to WOOL and GRAIN STORE, Crawford street, for Messrs Stronach Brothers and Morris. MASON AND WALES, Architects, Rattray street. NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP. IVrOTIOE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the i.N Partnership hitherto existing between ROBERT SYMH YOUNG and JAMES ANDERSON as Grocers and General Merchants, Dunedin, has this day been Dissolved by mutual consent, Mr Young retiring from the business, which will henceforth be carried on by Mr Anderson, under tho old style of “Young and Anderson,” to whom all Accounts due by late firm may bo rendered, and who is entitled to receive and give receipts for all moneys owing to the said firm. Dated this first day of October, 1897. ROBERT SYME YOUNG. Witness to the signature of Robert Syme Young: F. Zwixgle Moore, Solicitor, Dunedin. JAMES ANDERSON, Witness to the signature of James Anderson : J. B. Call.ix, Solicitor, Dunedin. Referring to above, both Mr Young and Mr Anderson take this opportunity of thanking their Customers for their past support; and Mr Young, who regret-* his severance from Dunedin through ill-health, respectfully bespeaks a continuance of support in favor of Mr Anderson, who will in future carry on tho business under the old style. READ THIS: To Mr T. Morris. IT IS WITH PLEASURE that I can bear testimony to the wonderful cure of your ELECTRIC WASH. I have been suffering for years with a bad leg, it being very painful and much swollen, with hard lumps, and very much inflamed and itching. I had several doctors to it, but they could do me no good. At last 1 tried your ELECTRIC WASH, using one bottle, and to my great joy am now cured. I have recommended it to many of ray friends and others, who have used it with the same results ; and also used it for many other complaints, such as bruises, outs, and sprains, etc., and find in all cases it has been of greatbenefit.—lam. respectfully yours, (Signed) MARIA DAYIE, Stuart street, Dunedin. MORRIS’S ELECTRIC HEALING AY ASH of all Storekeepers and Chemists. Always keep a bottle in your house. TRADE MARK ACT. PUBLIC NOTICE. C CAUTION !—Anv Persons urine ourREGI3- ) TERED TRADE MARK or BOTTLES with our Nomo ami T radc Mark ia the glass WILL BE PROSECUTED. A. M’NAGHTON AND CO., Sauce Manufao'urers, Maitland street, Dunedin, N.Z. THE O.P.Q. (WAIPORI) GOLD MINES, LIMITED. ■VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that th Office of the above-named Company is i the Government Insurance Buildings, Prince street, Dunedin. Dated this first day of October, 1897. N. KENNEDY. Attorney for the said Company. TO MEDICAL MEN. APPLICATIONS Invited up to MONDAY October 11th, for the Position of MED] CAL OFFICER to PIONEER LODGI I 0.0. F. Particulars from the Secretary, GEO. SPRINGER, 152 George street, Dunedin. LABOR DAY SPORTS. NOTICE TO COMPETITORS. General entries close on Monday Next, October 4, at 8 p.m. Anyone failing to forward Entrance Fee with Entry will Not be Handicapped. The Secretary will receive Entries at Art Union Shop Binnie’s, pastrycook), George street. GRAND ART UNION. The valuable PRIZES to be given in the Labor Day Art Union aro NOW ON VIEW in George street, and the public are welcome to inspect them. Purchase your Tickets before it is too late. Proceeds to go to Free Library Fund. Persons with Books sold are requested to Return the Blocks at their earliest convenience. COAL. ALLANDALE COAL, THE BEST OTAGO COAL. COAL of a very Superior Quality is NOW BEING SUPPLIED by this Company, Sold bv all Coal Merchants. 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 unsurpassed “MONA ” ENLARGEMENTS. On a further payment of 10s at time of sitt'ng. Coupons tor sale at Stufio for one month only, but will be available for use till 31st DECEMBER, 1897. Our Country Clients can secure these Coupons by 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 bean offered to the public. LAST FEW DAYS COUPONS FOR SALE. SHAG POINT COAL. THIS EXCELLENT HOUSEHOLD AND STEAM COAL can be supplied in any quantities by THE SHAG POINT COAL COMPANY, Vogel street, Dunedin. Price, 22s fid per Ton delivered in Dunedin and Suburbs. Telephone No. 602. • MONEY TO LEND. We 11470 this Bum 1° hand d&O Wvr for investment, and are prepared to advance upon Freehold Securities from 5 per cent.; also on Furniture, Pianos, Cattle, Horses, Life Policies, P.N.s, etc., at reduced rates, Correspondence Invited. BORDER AND CO., 90 Fbincxs street, Dunedin,
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