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LATE ADVERTISEMENTS. MONDAY at the Carnival.—* Counters all crowded; Patrons astonished and delighted ; Bargains unprecedented. Fvfe ard Cuming's. WANTED To Hire, Centrifugal Pump, about 6 inches. Apply Box 207, Dunedin. ANTKD, a young Man-«.o milk and generally useful. H. Harbour. Leith gnuu r ieenuld security for loan "" two thousand pounds, 4£ to 5. Address “Tanored,” Star Office. WANTED Known Lawn Mowers Sharpened and Repaired; moderate prices. A. J. Robertson, engineer and blacksmith, Stafford street. WANTED, a thoroughly competent Smallgoods Baker; none other kept; single man preferred; references required. Apply, at once, to H. Rice, confectioner, Oamaru. WAN t ED, at once, Section {,l-acre or more), Opoho; state particulars. “Section." Star Office. WANTED, first-class Body Hands; also Apprentices to dressmaking. Mrs Gav. View street. WANTED, experienced business Barmaid, leading hotel; one used to good hotel preferred ; references. “ Employer,” Star WANTED. —Washing, 9d dozen; Blankets, Is pair; Cleaning, 3s 6d per day; references. Address “ J.,” Star Office. WANTED, Married Couple for station. Apply James Whyte, Princes street. WANTED Known—R. M. Marks’s Loan Office, George street, Closes This Day, ASO. Reopen Thursday Morninv. WANTED, young Ladies to take Lessons at Columbia Dress-cutting School; the apt of dressmaking tamjht in a few lessons. Principal, Mrs Williams, Ross’s Buildings. WANTED Known — Highest price given for Furniture at M’Laughlan’s Arcade. Largest stock in South Dunedin. QUALIFIED Clerk wishes Employment good business house; seven years’ experience leading firms. Address “ Permanent.” 11 tar Office. BAHRATT, Stuart street, wants Barmaids. 6 Generals, Servants (hotels, private' l Dairymaid (station), Girls, Lads, Rabbiters, Trappers. nriENDELS will bo received by the underJL signed till the seventh of October for the Erection of Brick Chimney; particulars at house. John Hannagan. Athol place npROUT, Trout, just arrived ; aii sort., „f J, Fish, Poultry, and Knbbits. Georgeson, Rattray street; te'ephono 620. OUK Customers ore demanding Regina Tea M. Morton Inn Tr a iV~r"l jV/J rtt WJC filialV.U. L/dUuuji'c ujJ. crowded; Patrons astonished and de* i lighted; Bargains unprecedented. Fyfo and i Cuming’s. , CALL snd see tree! Carter, Ku i i.iun aotei. j Good accommodation and best of every* I thing.

SPECIAL FOR TO-MORROW (WEDNESDAY). 60 LADIES’ FASHIONABLE CAPES, 17s sd, 21s. 22s 6d. 6GO PAIRS LADIES’ FRENCH KID GLOVES. 4s lid-worth 6s 6d. 75 DRESS LENGTHS, COLORED CO VERT COATING, Ps 6d. 700 PAIRS LADIES’ CORSETS, in Leading Makes, 4s6d, Ss6d, 6sM. HERBERT, HAYNES, AND CO., LEADING DRAPERS OF DUNEDIN.

FOR SALE, Main road, N.K. Valley, 1 icod and 30 poles, together with Three Dwellings of 5, 4, and 8 rr.oms thereon ; price, £4OO ; great bargain. Apply, at once, .Neville Sievwright, High street. FOR SALE (bargain), Acre, 6-roomed House (hath, washhouse, gas), Valley; small deposi*’, balance as rent. Fitzhardingo Jones, 95 Princes street. IjtOK SALE (freehold), Mansford Town, S_ House : four rooms, verandah, every convenience. 'ihomson, commission agent, Port Chalmers. "SjlOK SALE or To Let, commodious Eight--S- 1 roomed House, comparatively new, in Moeraki, suitable for boarding house or gentleman’s seaside residence. Address “X,* Star Office, or to N Culling, Hillgrove. FOR SALE (cheap), 2 well-bred Ayrshire Cows at calving. Apply Standard Boot Shop, King street. To Lend, in sums to suit, _. lowest rates; Bills discounted daily. Bryant. Dowling street Cash and terms will purchase comforlable 5-rooraed House and large Orchard, Caversham Rise. Wm. Reid, 27 Rattray street. BOOT Business in country town For Sale. Apply Michaelis, Hallenstein, and Farquhnr, MBS DRKAVERhas pleasure in announcing to her Pattons that alterations and repairs to tho Front QHOP are oompletod. Call early; have first L-? choice of the season’s Newest and most Fashionable Goods, WEAR tbo Palladino Glove; warranted French Kid and Perfect Fitting. POR Afternoon Tea Regina Blends arena* equalled ; ask for pure Ceylon Blend. E, Bowie and Co U/S UInUaY at the Carnival. Counters all !,*b crowded ; Patrons astonished and delighted; Bargains unprecedented. Fyfe and Cuming’s. TKOSS has the largest stock of Kid Gloves a in town, among others, the Alma, 2s 6d BRMKSA, 2s 6d ; Trilby, 2s lid; Mona, 3s 6d; Francesca, 3s lid; Merlier, 4s lid ; Roussel. 5s 6d ; Florence, 6s fid : White Wa s h Leather, 2s fid. ALSO, the largest and cheapest stock of Umbrellas in town ; over two thousand to select fropi. Is lid to 21s. TK A PATTERNS new Veil Nets ard lOv Gossamers, in black, white, and fancy spotted, from 4Jd a yard. LADIES’ White Skirts. 2s lid to 30s ; Muslin Aprons. 7id to 3s 6d ; pretty Muslin Pinafores, Is-to 3s 9d. Capes, Corsets, Laces, Lace Collars, A.v and Fancy Goods just opened at T. Ross’s, direct importer. MONTEITH. —Ladies., for comfort, dress, and economy no Kid Glove equals the Monteith. Every pair guaranteed. FURNITURE and Bedsteads. Call and inspect the Stock of F. A. Hooper and Co. before purchasing elsewhere. BRASS Hail French Bedsteads, full size, 47s 6d ; Woven Wire Spring Mattresses, 17a 6d each. Hooper and Co., Octagon. FULL Size Wood Bedsteads, 17s fid; Platform Rocking Chairs, 17s fid; Austrian Chairs, fis fid ; Kitchen Chairs. 3s fid. TUST Landed, real Walnut Overmantels, 755; also Blaok-and-gold at 47s fid. F. A. Hooper and Co. FANCY Occasional Drawing Room Chairs, just landed, from 21s each. F. A. Hooper and Co., Octagon. ITALIAN Bedsteads for Curtains, no top tester, from 95s ; full size Wool Mattresses, 25s ; Kapok Pillows, 4s, Hooper and Co. PHOTO Frames.—New Summer Stock now coming to hand; first new lines of the season. PHOTO Frames—Large and small, handpainted or plain, crystal, opal, metallic —ls, Is 63, 2s each. PHOTO Frames. Midgets, Horseshoe shape. Hand-painted Midget Frames, only 63 each ; the only shop in town. PHOTO Frames of every description; cheapest house in town. Bressey, bookseller, 151 George street. ELDER’S Quinine and Iron Tonic.—Firstclass ‘‘toner’’ after influenza; also for general debility, weakness, etc. ; 2s fid a bottle. II LDER’S lodised Blood Purifier is just the J right thing as a spring medicine, curing skin eruptions and acting as a good blood renovator : 2s a bottle. ELDER’S “Broncho” for coughs, colds, influenza, and all bronchial affections; pleasant to take ; Is fid a bottle. ELDER’S Headache Cachets cure bad head* aches in 20 minutes ; Is box of 12. MONDAY at the Carnival. Counters all crowded; Patrons astonished and delighted ; Bargains unprecedented. Fyfe and Cuming’s. QUALITY tbo true test of value.—Regina Tea, the Queen of Blends. Young and Anderson. LESSONS given in Dressmaking.—Cutting! Fitting, and Style a specialty (taught in a few lessons); every Wednesday evening, ,7 till 9,o’clock ; terms, moderate.; No. 2 Stafford street. Principal,-; Miss’Miodonald,

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3, Issue 10437, 5 October 1897

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