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> X ADIES’ White Canvas Shoes, all sizes; 1 XJ | beautiful high-class goods; also Children a sizes. Simon Brothers, George street. TO ENGINEERS, BRASSFINISHERS, _ SAWMAKERS, Etc. TDpT OPENED, a Large Stock.of the Morse Company’s Celebrated TWIST DRILLS, ranging from J inch to 1-16 inch, and in sots with numbered stands from 1 to 60 on Stab’s gauge. ' S. Newbonlds and Co.’s Patent Sandblast FILES, all shapes, sizes, and cuts. These arc the most durable and best cutting. Files in the market. Screw Cbasiag To sis, all numbers. Small Battery Dry Cells; Screw Platts, with taps ; Arkansas Set Stones, finest grain ; Wood-carving Tools and Files, etc. HENRY NEILL, Importers of Watchmakers’, Jewellers’, and Artisans' Tools, 22 RATTRAY STREET. JNTERNA TIONAL EXHIBITION. . Brisbane, New Zealand Court, July 24th, 1897. , Messrs J. Speight and Co., Dunedin. Dear Sirs,— I beg to confirm my cable of 24th— GOLD MEDAL BULK ALB, GOLD MEDAL STOUT. The Bulk Ale stood the journey remarkably, and is now more than equal to the best English in the market according to the verdict of all the local brewers. The Stout was both a credit to the Brewer • and Bottler, and should have liked to have bad i some in bulk.—Yours faithfully, (Signed) F. NOTLEY MEADOWS. ANGLO-PARISIAN FOHOOL OF DRESS CUTTING. "Vf HW IDEAL SYSTEM, used" by Leading JLi Dressmakers in Loudon and Paris. Accurate, Scientific, Thorough, Practical,-and EASILY LEARNT. CLASSES DAILY; also, MONDAY and WEDNESDAY EVENINGS. Miss KATE STEWART, High stbeet (opposite D.1.0.). Prospectus on Application. JJ OUSE OF LORDS OLD HIGHLAND WHISKY. SAUNDERS’S 0.8 REGISTERED. This magnificent Whisky, now for the first time placed on this market, is the only Scotch Brand ’supplied in bulk to the British House of Lords since 1879. There is no other GENUINE House of Lords Whisky, although some dealers may have UNASKED sent samples to that House or supplied occasionally an indi- , vidual Peer. There is only one Quality, and . none is genuine unless bearing the above Regis- > tered Trade Mark. Anyone' imitating same cr refilling bottles will be prosecuted. , Sole Exporters ; '• ORAIGELLACHIE-GLENLIVET DISTILJ LBRY COMPANY, LIMITED. • Sole Agents for Dunedin and District; [ DALGETY AND CO., LIMITED. [ pATENTS. TRADE MARKS! ) Established 1382. HENRY HUGHES, 1 REGISTERED PATENT AGENT, Corner of Manse and High streets, Dunedin, And at Invercargill, Christchurch, Wellington, Napier, and Auckland. PATENTS and TRADE MARKS OBTAINED IN ALL COUNTRIES. SPECIFICATIONS AND DRAWINGS CAREFULLY PREPARED. HYDROLEINE SOAP. has proved a Great Success, Washes Clothes without rubbing; no soda or soap powder required. It leaves the Clothes White as Snow. Unsurpassed for Cleaning Wood and Paint Work. TRY in OTAGO AGENTS: JAS. BROWN AND CO., Bond stbeit, Dunedin. GYMNASTIC- Shoes—Men’s from 3s 6d, Women’s 2s lid. Children’s from 2s 3d Men’s Rope Shoes, la lid. Simon Brothers, NEW SEASON’S BOOT SHOW, FACTS IN BOOTS facts in boots. PROVE US PROVE US. TUB CONTINENTAL BOOT DEPOT, Peinces STREET (opposite Post Office). Our Aim is to STUDY I Our CUSTOMERS’ Tastes Our CUSTOMERS’ Styles ..Qur : .CUSTOMERS’ Fashions. A Visitwill Prove how Well we have Succeeded, for onr Variety of BEAUTIFUL NEW SEASON’S GOODS Comprise Latest ENGLISH Styles. Latest FRENCH Styles. Latest AMERICAN Styles. Latest SWISS Styles. Latest GERMAN Styles. v CALL AND SEE THEM. 3 ’ CONTINENTAL BOOT DEPOT, ’’ PRINCE STREET - (Opposite Post Office). -P F OR R E S T it Xl* ARCHITECT, b REMOVED TO, JOEL’S BUILDINGS, M CRAWFORD STBEET, 11 :

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 7, Issue 10455, 27 October 1897

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 7 Issue 10455, 27 October 1897

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