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PUBLIC NOTICES. NOW OPEN. OOYENT GARDEN COMPANY’S NEW LUNCHEON AND DINING. ROOMS, 20 GEORGE STREET. We have just completed extensive alterations and improvements to above premises, from plans prepared by Mr Hislop, architect, comprising new pastry Bakehouse. LUNCHEON AND DINING ROOST, STAIRCASE LIFT, And ' LAVATORY, ' Which makes the Covknt Oahdsn one of the nattiest and most, complete Dining Rooms of its size in the City. LUNCH (from 12 till 2) 5 ONE SHILLING. ' BREAKFASTS, DINNERS, TEAS, SUPPERS ONE SHILLING. = We have engaged the Chief Cook from the first hotel in town, also the GAe/from the leading pastrycook’s. No expense has been spared to make the COVBNT GARDEN Superior to anything hitherto attempted in Danedin. 0 HILLS: Chops, Steaks, Kidneys, 6d - (wait seven minutes).' •• TARIFF: - BREAKFASTS, LUNCH,- DINNERS,* TEAS, ONE SHILLING. . SEPARATELY; Soups ... >v . ... ... 3d Cut of any Joint (with Vegetables) 6d Fish (with Roll) ... ... 6d Entries' ‘ ... * ■ ... 6d Poultry (Hot or Cold) ... ... 6d Ham ... ... ... : ... 6d Vegetables ... ... ... Id Salads... ... ... 1 , v . Id Sweets... ... ... ... 3d Bread and Batter ... ... 84 Tea, Coffee,'or Cocoa ... ... 3d COVENT GARDEN COMPANY, PASTRYCOOKS, CATERERS AND PURVEYORS, 20 Geohqb struct. .APPLES— Stone Pippins 2id and.M per 1b,,.8a 6d per case French Crabs- ... 4d per 1b.,,6s 6d per.case StUrmcr Pippins 4d per lb ..9a 6d per case Scarlet remains ... 4d per 1b.,.12a per case s. d. Id and 0 II each ... 18 for 10 V ... 12 for 1 0 Evaporated Apples CT*9per lb Evaporated Peaches ~. ... 0 10 per lb Evaporated Apricots ... 0 10 per lb Stoaeless Prunes ...' ... 0. 9 per lb Californian Prunes 0 8 per lb Loose Figs ... ... ... 0 7 per lb Figs... ... Tib boxes 0 7 TEA. r We have tried all the various Packet Teas In New Zealand, and .now confidently say there Is NO SUCH. VALUE as. we give at ■ ~ 1/7 PER LB. " 1/4 ■ 1/2 n .- You pay no middleman’s profits by dealing . with us. Lemons' Mandarins ... Oranges (best) B UOA R. Best Company No, 1 or Mauritius Sugar (with Tea) ... LB. GROCERY GOODS. All the Best Brands of OILMEN'S STORES landing by every Steamer. PROVISIONS. SAUSAGES AND COOKED MEATS of all kinds, CHEESE Of selected 7 sorts. Choicest BACON. EVERYTHING SOLD at ROOK - BOTTOM PRICES for CASH. JR VI NR AND SffRVKNSON’S GREAT GROCERY EMPORIUM GEORGE STREET. CTT. .GEORGE JAM—Best In the Market. All Qrocers.

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 4, Issue 10452, 23 October 1897

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 4 Issue 10452, 23 October 1897

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