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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4, Issue 10435, 2 October 1897
LATE ADVERTISEMENTS; THE Dunedin Property 'Exchange Bella Lend, ETonao Property, and Shares by auction or privately for 11 per. cv.'il.' Ho sale no charge. Entrance free; J" ILLY 1> ROTH EB S. Try Lilly Eros, for WATCHES. Try Lilly Eros, for CLvCKR.) '• Try Lilly Bros, for RINGS. Try Lilly Bros, for 15HOOCHES, Try Lilly Bros, for BISCUIT BARRELS. Try Lilly Bros, for ORUKT3. Try Lilly Bros, for SPECTACLES. Try Lilly Bros, for JEWELLERY and WATCH REPAIRS. 73 GEORGE STREET, DUNEDIN. £lO £lO £lO £lO £lO £lO £lO £lO £lO £lO £lO £lO £lO mRIAD £lO COMPETITION. . £lO £lO J. £lO £lO _ 1. Write down on paper the six £lO £lO inventions in the following list which £llO £lO yon think will be of the greatest £lO £lO service to mankind; Sewing £lO £lO machines, bicycles, reapers and £lO £lO binders, motor cars, telegraph, tele- £lO £lO phone, phonograph, process blocks, £lO £lO type-setting machines,, quick-firing £lO £lO guns, torpedoes, screw steamers, £lO £lO chloroform, vaccination, antiseptic £lO £lO surgery, shorthand, acetylene gits, £lO £lO electric trams, balloons, steam £lO £lO engines, railways, gas enginesj light- £lO £lO houses, hydraulic lifts, photo- £lO £lO graphy. . £lO £lO 2. Purchase 5s worth or more of £lO £lO anything you want from any f Triad’ £lO £lO advertiser mentioned in the list £lO £lO below. Every 5s you spend entitles £lO £lO yon to send in one list. Example: £lO £lO With receipt for 5s 2d you may send £lO £lO one list, 11s 9d two lists, 37s seven £lO £lO lists, and so on. (Receipt does not £lO £lO reunite to be for any, particular sum.) £lO £lO 3. Post lists . and ' receipts to £lO £lO Manager ‘ Triad,’ Dunedin, and the £lO £lO one who sends in the list for which £lO £lO the majority vote will get the £lO. , £lO £lO If more than one, the same £lO will ' £lO £lO be divided equally. This competi- £lO £lO tion closes on 20th October. £lO £lO Ahlfeld Bros (WeisnerPianos) £lO £lO Bannister, chemist, Grand Pharmacy ,£lO £lO Begg, C., and Co.. Music Warehouse., £lO £lO Boosey and Co., Band Instruments £lO £lO Braith waite, J., bookseller £lO £lO Carter, John (Ironmongery and £lO £lO Crockeryware) £lO £lO City Boot Palace £lO £lO Oovent Garden Company £lO £lO Dickinson, 0., tobacconist £lO £lO Duthie Bros., drapers £lO £lO Duthie, Jas., and Co., coal mrchts, £lO £lO Gregg and Co. (coffee, starch, etc.) £lO £lO Hawkins’s Herbal Remedies £lO £lO Hislop, John, jeweller £lO £lO Horsburgh, James, bookseller £lO £lO Irvine and Stevenson, grocers (St. £lO £lO George Jams, Pickles, etc.) £lO £lO Jacobs, S., tobacconist £lO £lO Johnstone, T., chemist £lO £lO Jones, F. L., nhotographer £lO £lO Kirkpatrick, S. and Co. (K Jams) £lO £lO Kaitangata Coal £lO £lO Laidlaw and Grav £lO £lO Lilly Bros., watchmakers £lO £lO Lochhead, R. £lO £lO Marshall’s Knra Klava, etc. £lO £lO Mrs Miller’s Cookery Books £lO £lO Mollison and Co., drapers (IsHid- £lO £lO 4-button Tan Kid Glove) £lO £lO Myers and Co., dentists £lO £lO New Venus Tobacco £lO £lO New York Linoleum and Oilcloth £lO £lO Renewer (grocers and ironmongers) £lO £lO New Zealand Clothing Factory £lO £lO New Zealand Express Company £lO £lO Nimmo and Blair, seedsmen £lO £lO Reid and Gray (Rudge-Whitworth) £IC £lO Robb, Alex., tailor £lO £lO Robinson, dentist £lO £lO Scoullar Bros. (Regina Tea) £lO £lO Shag Point Coal £lO £lO Sinclair, Mark, carriage builder £lO £lO Speight’s Ales £lO £lO Sargood, Son, and Ewen (Standard £lO £lO Boots) £lO £lO Scoular, W„ and Co. (Kozie Tea) £lO £lO Scott and Wilson (window blinds) £lO £lO Slessinger’s Rheumatic Balsam £lO £lO Spring Blossom Tea £lO £lO Suratura Teas • £lO £lO Timson, Jesse (any pupil) £lO £lO Wilson, Balk, and Co. (FrenchOoffee) £lO £lO Woodward, E. C., chemist. £lO £lO Obtainab'o from all booksellers and £lO £lO music sellers. Price 3d. £lO £lO £lO £lO £lO £lO £lO £lO £lO £lO £lO MEETINGS. 0.M.y.0. The annual general meeting of the Model Yacht Club will be held on TUESDAY Next, October sth, at 8 p.m , at the Club Room, Pelicbet Bay Hotel. W. H. WOOD, Hon. Sac. otago Yacht club. The ANNUAL MEETING of the above Club will be held in the Harbor Board’s Offices on MONDAY, October 4, at 8 o’clock. Business: To Receive the Annual Report and Balance-sheet, to Elect Office-bearers. All interested in yachting are invited to attend. W. SLIGO, Hon. Secretary. NORTH-EAST VALLEY SCHOOL. A PUBLIC MEETING of the Inhabitants of the North-east Valley will be held on TUESDAY, sth October, 1897, at 8 p.m., at the School, re Erection of Gymnasium and Playehed. “ PETER THOMSON, Chairman. , OTAGO CRICKET ASSOCIATION. SECRETARIES of Clnbs are requested to NOTIFY the Secretary of the Association before WEDNESDAY, 6th inst., os to , the Number of Teams they wish to Enter to Compete for the various Championship Contests, together with particulars re locality of their playing grounds, WM. MACLEAN, Hon. Sec. sew hoy Gold mining company. SHAREHOLDERS in the above Company are requested to Meet at the Chamber of Commerce on WEDNESDAY EVENING, the 6th October, at 7.30. EDWARD TRYTHALL, Sharebroker. LOST AND FOUND. LOST, Fox-terrier Pup (brown spots over eyes) in Caversham. Reward returning J. P. Armstrong, dentist. LOST, Four£l Notes, between Railway Coal Yard and Vogel street; 10s reward. Messrs O. H. Tucker and Co , Dunedin. OST, Lady’s Pendant Gold Watch, with brooch attached; blue enamel face; supposed lost in town or on golf links. Finder returning to Manager Grand Hotel will be rewarded. 1 HOUND, Prof. Elston, Phrenologist, 118 ? George street. FOUND it always effectual in removing pain, healing sorest Morris’s Electric Wash and Extract. Chemists, grocers. SHIPPING. UNION STEAM SHIP COMPANY OF NEW ZEALAND. LIMITED. Steamers will be despatched as under LYTTELTON and WELLINGTON (Booking Passengers to all West Coast ports)— Waikare I 30711 Monday, Oct. 4 I 2.30 train Waihora 12003 Tuesday, Oct. 5 2.30 train Rotorua | 926 | Friday, Oct. 8 3Dunedin NAPIER, GISBORNE, and AUCKLAND— Waihora 1 2003 I Tuesday, Oct. 5 12.30 train Mararoa | 25981 Tuesday, Oct. 19 2.30 train SYDNEY via WELLINGTON— Waikare I 3071 ( Monday. Oct. 4 1 2.30 train Talune | 2078 | Thursday, Oct. 14 4Dunedin SYDNEY via AUCKLAND— Waihora I 2003 I Tuesday, Oct. 5 I 2.30 train Mararoa | 2598 | Tuesday, Oct. 19 2.30 train MELBOURNE via BLUFF and HOBARTWakatipu 11945 I Tuesday, Oct. 5 I 2.30 train Manapoun 11783 1 Thur.. Oct. 14 l4Dnnedin WESTPORT via TIMARU, LYTTELTON, AK4ROA, WELLINGTON, PICTON, and NELSON— . Omapere* I 6011 October 3 I 5 Dunedin Connna (1279 1 Friday, Oct. 8 1 4 Dunedin * Via Ne\V Plymouth and Greymouth (tranships at Wellington for Picton, Nelson). GREYMOUTH via OAMARU, TIMARU, LYTTELTON, WELLINGTON, and NEWPLYMOUTHHerald I 573 I Wed., Oct. 6 1 4Dunedin SOUTH SEA ISLANDS EXCURSIONS. For TONGA, SAMOA, FIJI, and SYDNEY (From Auckland)— Tavinni- 11465 1 Wednesday, October 20 For SUVA and LEVUKA (from Auckland)— Flora 11273 I Wednesday, October 6 For TAHITI and RARATONGA (From Auckland)— Upoln 111411 Wednesday, October 27 CARGO RECEIVED AT DUNEDIN— Fors.s. Till Day. , Wharf. . Wakatipu 4 p.m, Monday Cross Waihora 4 p.m.' Monday Tongue ■ Tickets available by Huddart, Parker, and Co.’a-St earners ANGLIAN and WESTKALIA.
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