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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4, Issue 10455, 27 October 1897
lATB ADVERTIMEMBNTB. USIOAL, of all kinds Re- • paired, 'Bought, Sold,* 'br’ErchangedY [correspondence : iuv.ted. ' Mdslcal Exchange; 1 !Octagon. M' LOASBV’S 44 Wahoo,” the unrivalled herbal remedy for aU stomach; liver, and kidney complaints ; 2a 6i. Chemists, Grocers. ' A ,T the Carnival, Thursday—Hl.ck Mervellieux bilks, Is llsd yard; Liberty Silks,' Is yard. Fyfe and Cumdng’s. CARDBOARD Boxes for Drapers, Confectioners, ChsmiE-.8, and others at Star Factory, Crawford sttojl GOOD Evening! Have'you used “Gcod Luck.” Tea ?—good value tea. StriitLera and Scott. - ' "AS LEMERB Tea, the finest quality Uty ion ’ Tea imported into the Colony: try it. D. Q. Shepherd. ■ H TO TBAOHEKS, STUDENTS, Eic. THE LIBRARY of the late Mr E. A. Phillips, 8.A., has been placed in my hands for Disposal. It includes a lar„e number of Text Books suitable for University and School Work. w; T. MONKMAN, Jetty street. PERMANGANATE GOLD RECOVERY SYNDICATE, LIMITED. AN EXHIBITION OF THIS PROCESS ■will'be given in the Smelting Room of the Colonial Bank Buildings EVERY ’AFTERNOON THIS' WEEK (except Saturday), from 2toso’clbek. •. >; - Intending investors, can procure Tickets for inspection, also ■ Prospectus' Forms, from tbs undersigned. The Share List will CLOSE on SATURDAY, 30th instant. S. B. BRENT, Liverpool street, Interim Secretary.’ T. CAR 45 George street. E R, Just Landed, splendid assortment of CROCKERY AND HARDWARE, Dinner and Tea Sets, Toilet Sets; Bedroom Ware[ etc., etc. We wish to call special attention tojour BROWN TEAPOTS; ; As they are a very fine lot, and are going quickly. T. 0 A R T K B, 45 George street. LECTURES. ROSLYN WESLEYAN CHURCH Lecture, 4 God’s Marvellous Handiwork,' illustrated by Magnificent Limelight Views, by Rev. T. W. NEWBH.D (Dunedin Central Mission), TO-MORROW,' 28th October, at 8 pm. Admission, 6d ; Children, 3d. TO LET. TO LET, William street, West Dunedin, convenient 4-ro med Cottage and soullery ; rent, 7s 6d. TO LET, 5-rooraed Hoase; range, copper, washhouse; cheap rent. M'Lernon, Union street (near Forth street). TO LET, a Four-roomed Cottage, Olerk street. North-east Valley. Apply Mrs White, Clerk street. TO LET, 5-roomed House (new), Walker street; every convenience. Apply F. Meenan, Cumberland street. TO LET, 9-roomed House, George street north ; low rent. Fred Smith, Dunedin Savings Bank. f JIO LET, 9-roomed House, Russell street; X firat-olass order. Fred Smith, Dunedin Savings Bank. TO LET, Campbell street, Mornirgton, very nice 5-roomed House, with bath and all conveniences; near Belt; 12s 6d- John Reid and Sons. TO LET (London, street), 7-roomed House; bath, etc ; 15s. John Reid and Sons. TO LET, BUILDING LEASE, Two Quarter acre Sections (separate), Lees street. FRED SMITH.' Church Factor, v Dunedin Savings Bink, BOARD AND EFSIDENOE. JOKER’S FAMILY HOTEL, CHRISTCHURCH Within One Minute of the Railway Station. JAMBS HATFIELD, Proprietor. Telephone 231. P.O. Box 291. WANTED, Board and Residence by young Lady engaged during day. Address, stating terms, 44 Constance,” STar Office. LOST AND FOUND. MUTUAL LIFE ASSOCIATION OF AUSTRALASIA. Head Office for New Zea'and: Wellington. LOST POLICY. APPLICATION having -been made to me . under Section 28 of the 44 Life Assurance Policies Act, 1884,” for the Issue of a Copy of the POLICY on the life of WILLIAM HENRY ANTHONY FITZPATRICK, of Dunedin, numbered 31,159 in the books of the Mutual Life Association of Australasia, I hereby give notion that I shall issue a copy as requested unless notice bn lodged forbidding the same on or before the 25th day of November, 1897. Dated at Wellington - this 22nd doy of October, 1897. B. D. MILLER, Actuary. LOST, Three-jiar Gold Brooch, between Royal ten aba and Clyde street; reward 44 Bridget,” STAR Office LOST, pair Blue Pigeons; number 1 and 2 xlngg. Reward on communicating with 44 Pigeon,” STAB Office. R EWARD—I.cat Silver Broech, with set in crystals,. Return Lilly Bros. Reward.—Lost, Anderson’s Bay ro .Tuesday evening. Bed Puise. Reti Mr Melville, machinist, George street. MEETINGS. THE DUNEDIN RETAILERS’ ASSOCIATION. THE QUARTERLY GENERAL MEETING will be held at the Secretary’s Rooms, Zealandia Chambers, Dowling street, on MONDAY, Ist November, 1897, at 8 o’clock p.m. | C. H. STATHAM, 27th October, 1897. Business: 1. Re Collection of Accounts. 2,. Re Subscriptions and Advertisements. 3. Re Jubilee of Otago, 4. General. DUNEDIN SANITARY INSTITUTE MONIHLY MEETING, Town Hall. t THURSDAY. 28th October, 8.15 p m Discussion of Local Government Bi 1. Invitations have been given and accepted by the surrounding Borough Conner s and Public Bodies A large attendance of Members and the Public requested. ; W, G. JENKINS, ~ ■ ; Hon. Secretary. PRESBYTERIAN SYNOD. THE PRESBYTERIAN SYNOD meets THIS EVENING, at 7- o’clock, in First Church. Business ; Returns to Remit Union j Report of Union Committee, THURSDAY, the Synod meets in the same place at 10 a m. -Business: Report on Ohproh Extension; Report on Suatentatiofr Fund; Report on Jubilee Celebration. ~ AUCTIONS. SATURDAY, 30th OCTOBER, At 12 o’clock. LETTERS PATENTPOISONBD POLLARD GUTTER. AND AGENCY COMPANY 6i ZEALAND, LIMITED, are instructed Ernest Hayes to sell by public auction. Rooms, Battrav street, ~ on Saturday October, at 12 o'clock, .All his rights under letters pat« 7,655 for machine known as Li Poisoned Pollard Cutter. This machine is highly commanded I who have used it, and the rights hands of A manufacturing firm vrill in i valuable. Samples. of .machines —■ menials may be seen at the, i “ Auctioneers.
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