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PUBLIC NOTICES. (JLASGOW RESTAURANT BOARDING-HOUSE, 33 and 35 GEORGE STREET {Corner of Moray place). Telephone 792. fEqual to what la BOARD, 15s PER WEEKX charged 20s elseI where. Al ACCOMMODATION, HOME COMFORTS, EVERY CONVENIENCE, FIRST-CLASS COOKERY. Everything Supplied is of the Beat Quality. BREAKFAST, 7 a.m. From 6 a.m. for Otago Central Train, if ordered previous evening. GOOD ATTENDANCE. NIGHT BELL. FIRST-CLASS DINNER THREE COURSES, From 12 till 2, Superior to what is supplied in any other city in the world, f )r SIXPENCE. The proof of the pudding they say is in the eating. Come and have dinner at th? Glasgow, and then give yoar verdict. CARPETS. CARPETS. STOCKS OF CARPETS. WALTER GUTHRIE AND CO., LIMITED, In Liquidation. riHE Stock of Carpetß held by the J above-named Company was admittedly THE BEST IN NEW ZEALAND, and Messrs THOMSON. BRIDGER, AND CO., who purchased them irom the Liquidators, have REMOVED THE SURPLUS TO DUNEDIN FOR ABSOLUTE SALE. To ensure speedy realisation PRICES have been very much REDUCED, and never before have CARPETS of suoh quality been offered in DUNEDIN at ANYTHING LIKE THE PRICE. DO NOT MISS THE OPPORTUNITY, SALE BEGINS ON MONDAY, 27th SEPTEMBER, UPSTAIRS, at the Warehouse of THOMSON, BRIDGER, AND 00., Princes street, Dcnedin (Directly opposite Chief Post Office). 'WILTON, VKLVET PILE, The Stock AXMINSTER, - BRUSSE S, comprises TAPESTRY, AND CARPETS, SQUARES, Etc. TAPESTRIES, CRETONNES. PLUSHES, VELVETS, and TRIMMINGS. THOMSON, BRIDGER, AND CO.,

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 2, Issue 10436, 4 October 1897

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