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PUBLIC NOTICES. THE EIGHT HOURS LOAF. Trades Hall, Dowling street, Dunedin, 9th August, 1897. COYBNT GARDEN COMPANY, At the meeting of the Council held on Thursday last, the following resolution was carried unanimously, and I was instructed to forward a copy to you : “3 hat we congratulate the Covent Garden Company on being the first to establish the eight hours day for bakers, and that this action on their part be recommended to the favorable consideration of all workers.” Trusting that as a result of your taking the initiative in this matter you will reap a benefit from a business point of view, also that it may lead to the universal adoption of an eight-hour day in the trade, I am, Yours respectfully, R. Slater, Secretary. UNEQUALLED FOR QUALITY. ALWAYS FRESH. BUY IT AND TRY IT. QO VENT GARDEN BAKERY Fillecl street. SHOP: 20 GEORGE STREET, TEA. We have tried all the various Packet Teas In New Zealand, and now confidently say there is NO SUCH VALUE as we give at 1 1 7 PER LB. 1/4 .. 1/2 _j. You pav no middleman’s profits by dealing with us. SUGAR,, Beat Company No. 1 or Mauritius Sugar (with Tea) ... LBGROCERY GOODS. All the Best Brands of OILMEN’S STORES landing by every Steamer, PROVISIONS. SAUSAGES AND COOKED MEATS 0 f all kinds, CHEESE of selected sorts. Choicest BACON. EVERYTHING SOLD at KOOK - BOTTOM PRICES for CASH. JR VINE AND STEVENSON’S GREAT GROCERY EMPORIUM GEORGE STREET. ST. GEORGE JAM Selected Bruit and Best Sugar. All grocers.

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 3, Issue 10437, 5 October 1897

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 3 Issue 10437, 5 October 1897

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