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.Established 1853. B. 0. WOODWARD, Miannaceutical Chemist (by Examination); Successor to A. M. Loasby, ' 17* Pbinoes STREET SOOTH, DUNEDtN. A SPLENDID NEW~STOCK oh hand of all the Latest Approved Drugs and Uruggists' Sundries, including— Hot Water Bottles, Tooth Brushes and other Toilet Requisites, Clinical Thermometers, iFirst-claß3 Perfumery and Boaps,'Trusses, Throat Pastilles, Enemas, 5!? ag< 5 a * nd Antiseptio Gauzes, Sponges, Elastic Goods, Inhalers, etc., etc., etc Quality Guaranteed. ■ "' ' Telephone 302. P.O. Box 276. m urgent cases Prescriptions dispensed at night. s. & c. EX 8.8.. PAKEHA. JUST OPENED, V • GRAND SELECTION OF LINOLKUMS LINOLEUMS LINOLEUMS LINOLEUMS LINOLEUMS LINOLEUMS LINOLEUMS LINOLEUMS LINOLEUMS LINOLEUMS LINOLEUMS LINOLEUMS AND ' . FLOORCLOTHS FLOORCLOTHS FLOORCLOTHS FLOORCLOTHS FLOORCLOTHS IJ J SSSS LOTHS FLOORCLOTHS FLOORCLOTHS FLOORCLOTHS FLOORCLOTHS FLOORCLOTHS FLOORCLOTHS FROM NAIRN AND CO., KIRKCALDY. SCOT7LLAR AND CHISHOLM, RATTRAY STREET, DUNEDIN. DEPARTMENTS BEING OPENED. XT Z. CLOTHING FACTORY, OCTAGON. Brisbane, Queensland, August 23rd, 1897. To Messrs THOMSON AND CO., Dunedin. -vwar SIKS,—I beg to confirm my cable .... yiam S you of the successful result of judging of your products. Special FiE3T Gold Medal Liqueurs and Cordials. Special First Gold Medal Aerated Waters. Special First Gold Medal Wai-Rongoa Mineral Water. This, I am confident, -will be to you very satisfactory,—Yours faithfully, F. NOTLEY MEADOWS, t N.Z. Court. T>ETOUOHING, PRINTING, MOUNTING, PHOTOGRAPHIC GOODS. Fresh Stock P.O.P. in all-sized Paokets. CAMERAS, PLATES, PAPERS. N.Z. CAMERA CO., OCTAGON, DUNEDIN. ASTE PAPER FOR SALE , , In lota to suit purchasers. Apply Stab Office. . A ' THE COMPANY Aw showing a Largo Variety of Summer Maeinto3he» Pionio Hats Pionio Baskets Picnic Hampers Boys' Fishing Rods and Lines Children's Hoops Children's Spades and Buckets Children's Cricket Materials Children's Games Croquet Sets General Drapery Furniture and Bedsteads Crockery and Glassware Household Ironmongery Fancy Goods and Stationery. GENERAL AND COMPLETE FURNISHERS. D.1.C., HIGH AND RATTRAY STREETS. P. LAING, Manager. 8. HALLENSTEIN, Chairman of Directors.

REVOLUTION IN DENTISTRY. A full set from three guineas. BRANCH OF THE LONDON DENTAL L INSTITUTE Will be Opened in the Government Life Insurance Buildings, Princes street, ON MONDAY, OCTOBER 18th. _ The Most Complete System of. Painless Dentistry in the World, as practised in London and Edinburgh. The celebrated Gold Prize Medal Adamantine Teeth at less than half theusual cost. Are guaranteed for ten years, or money refunded if work not satisfactory. Upper or Lower Sets fitted by atmospheric suction, without Bprings or wires. Difficult cases have been successfully treated after other dentists have failed. A Nurse will be in attendance for Ladies. s Soft Palates for Tender Gums. No Unnecessary Extractions. Perfect Mastication Guaranteed. Misfits Remodelled. Country Patients Fitted at -One Visit. Prices: Single Tooth from 7s od. Extraction, 2s 6d and Is; gas, 2a. 6d. Filling from ss. The Resident Principal studied under Dr Tatton, of the Great Northern Hospital and London University, and has the highest qualifications, being registered after examination by the Dental Board of New Zealand. . Note the Address: Government Life Insurance Buildings, Princes street;. Surgery ,■ Reception and Ladies' Rooms, Ground-floor front. Also, Surgery and Ladies' Raom, First-floor ascend by lift or staircase).

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1, Issue 10448, 19 October 1897

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 Issue 10448, 19 October 1897

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