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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4, Issue 10437, 5 October 1897
LATE ADVERTISEMENTS. A s PAEAGUS. ASPARAGUS. ASPARAGUS. FIRST OF THE SEASON. . From our Lagoon Nurseries. We Lave a splendid selection of Flowering Plants—all kinds. Scvilles for Marmalade. PRYOR AND SON. LOASBY’S “ Wahoo ” strengthens stomach, simulates liver and kidneys, and invigorates whole system; 2s 6d. All chemists and, Grocers. LAST Days of Macedo’s Closing Sale. Farther Reductions Books, Music, Pictures, Stationery at 202 Princes street. N Co. 01H1NG turners else seems- to please our cuslike Regina Tea. A. Miller and ASTE PAPER FOR SALE . . in lota to ; suit purchasers. Apply Stab Office. A AND E. WATKINS have Ladies' Sun- • bonnets, new shapes; Children’s Sunbonnets and Sun Hats. Our own make. 'VrEW Veilings just arrived from Home; .Ll pretty designs; give satisfactory wear. A. and E. Watkins. SPRING Show.—Prize Money and Accounts Payable at Cafi Continental To-morrow, 4- to 8 p.m. LOASBY'S “ Wahoo,” the unrivalled herbal remedy for all stomach, liver, and kidney complaints ;2b 6d Ohemlsts Grocers. DAWSON AND CO,, W 7 atohmakera and Jewellers; Repairs a specialty ; highest satisfaction guaranteed; manufacture jewellery on premises. DAWSON AND CO. for Wedding Kings, Wedding Presents, Watches, Clocks, Jewellery, and Electro-plate in great variety. DAWSON AND CO., Opticians, Test the Eyesight Free, Correct all Errors of Vision; large stock Spectacles. GILL, Photographer, will Open his New Premises for business on Wednesday, October 6. Frederick street, near Knox Church. HJ. GILL will Open his New Premises » in Frederick street on October 6. MONDAY nt the Carnival. Counters all , crowded; Patrons astonished and delighted ; Bargains unprecedented. Fyfe and Cuming’s. MUNTEITH. Monteith. Monteith. Ladies, for fit, wear, and appearance, no Kid Glove equals the " Monteith,” Every pair guaranteed. BOTANIC Cough Syrup; household medicine, safe and effectual; Is and Is 6d pci bottle. Neil, herbalist, George street. JVTEIL S Sarsaparilla, said to be superior tc -Lv the imported and half tho price ; 2s 6d bottle. 74- George street. IVrEIL’S for Chest Protectors, Hot Water JL* Bottles, Trusses, Enemas, and’ Toilet Requisites. Nell, herbalist,‘George street. REGINA Tea, the Queen of BEnda ; simply perfection. Young and Anderson.
fjlOR SAL’S, Switchback Railway, Cale- - (lonian Society’s Grounds. Will be sold very cheap. Excellent investment for handy man with small capital. TO. REID, 27 Rattray street. F, 0 R SALE, | SECTION, with 5-ROOMED DWELLING. Rathroom, outhouses, every convenience ; fine garden, in first-class order; asphalt paths, etc.; largo tomato house (planted) and two small conservatories; BISHOPSCOURT (near Golf Links). £6OO. BARR, LEARY, AND CO. FOR SALE, CAYERSHAM RISE, QECTION 45, Woll-built FIVE-ROOMED HOUSE; Verandah, Scullery, built-in Copper ; Water laid on ; Eighth of an Acre. Apply MISS STEWART, Cumberland street, 'near Frederick street. ESTATE OF JOHN LILLIE GILLIES (Deceased). kL PERSONS having CLAIMS against the above Estate are requested to FORWARD PARTICULARS thereof to Messrs Stout, Money, and Sisi, 123 Princes street, Dunedin, the Solicitors for the Executors. NOTICE, A DL PERSONS having CLAIMS against the ■“* ESTATE of the lata H. S. FISH, Jun., will please Lodge them with the Trustees, Executors, and Agency Company, Liverpool street, on or before the 20th inst. Dunedin, sth October, 1897. . NOTICE. mHE ANGLO-NEW ZEALAND OYOLE COMPANY will be CLOSED TOMORROW (Wednesday), 6th inst. J. S. DB BEER, General Manager. NOTICE. ■RATIONAL ASSOCIATION ROOMS, opposite Telegraph Office (next Bank of Australasia Building*), ere OPEN DAILY, and Members are invited to use same, and obtain any information they may require, THE O.P.Q. (WAIPORI) GOLD MINES, LIMITED. IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Office of the above-named Company is in the Government Insurance Buildings, Princes street, Dunedin. Dated this first day of October, 1897. N. KENNEDY. Attorney for the said Company. MONEY TO LEND. I —We have this sum in hand „ _ _ _ „ 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 Princes street, Dunedin, ORSBURGH’S NEW LIST. The Christian, by Hall- Caine, 6s; O Laddie, by Oliphant Smeaton, 2s 6d and 3s 6< Jerome, a Poor Man, by Mary E, Wilkins, 6d and 3s 6d : The Jubilee Book of Cricket, 1 Prince Ranjitsinhji (fully illustrated), 6i Green Fire, by Fiona M‘Leod, 2s 6d and 3» 6( Sister Jane, b y “Uncle Rascus,” 2s 6d and 6d; An Altruist, by Ouida, Is 6d and 2s; T1 Great White Queen, a Tale of Treasure ai Treason, by Win. Le Queux. ’2, 6d and 3s 6r Parables and Pictures, by Mark Guy Pearae, 3 Unsearchable Riches, by Rev. 0. O, Grubb, 3d; How To Learn To Swim, price 3d; T1 Elements of Cotton Spinning, by Morris ar Wilkinson, 8s 6d; Songs of Happy Life, f schools, homes, and Bands of Mercy, 2s ; Foi cftfta of the Coming Century, by a Decade Writers, Alfred Russel Wallace, and others, 3d : Methodist Idylls, by Harry Lindsay. 2s ( nn'i 3s 6d | Tsnipt&tioQ, by Graham Xrvinff 6d and 3s 6d; The Mutable Many, by Robe Barr, 2s 6d and 3s 6d; With the Greeks Thessaly, by Kennaird Rose, 2s 6d and 3s 6( The Queer Folk of Fife, by David Pryde, 4 Law of Employers’ Liability, bv Augusta: Birrell, 3s; Oxford House Papers (third seriei 3s; Chronicles of Carlingford. by Mrs Oliphar 4s; The Forgotten Isles—Corsica, ■ Sardini etc., a Book of Travel, by Frederic Brit (tally illustrated), 7s fid; a new edition of Ma Twain’s works (fully illustrated), price 3s ( per volume; Equality, by Bellamy, 2s 63 ai 3s fid; Parliamentary Reform, Is. JAMES HOESBURGH, Bookseller, . 97 GEORGE STREET, DUNEDIN.
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