PUBLIC NOTICES. SPRING BLOSSOM TEA. As full of Fragrance as the Flowers of Spring can truly he said of “SPRING BLOSSOM TEA,” It being composed of t.'je young Spring Blossoms, and therefore coataips that Fra- >■ grance and Aroma only found in the Luscious Spring Growths. PACKED IN AIR-TIGHT NET-WEIGHT' TINS.
A Perfect test of satisfied Customers can only be obtained by ascertaining the amount of business done, and we have therefore decided to present a DUNLOP BICYCLE (Lady’s or Gent’s) to the person returning a correct answer to the following Conundrum;— How many MILEB OP BICYCLES haye been sold by us in Australasia fitted WITH DUNLOP TYEES During the last Three Years ? The figures have been made up for us by an accountant and duly vouched FOR. All Guesses tnust be marked 11 Dunlop Puzzle,” and must/ reach ua by 30th November, and NOTHING "Will be received after that date. The number of Guesses is limited only by the number of Coupons cut from the ‘ New Zealand ‘Wheelman,’ published in Christchurch, Should no Guess prove absolutely correct the Guess moat nearly approximate will win the Prize. Should more Guesses than one prove correct the value of the Prize will be equally divided in Cycles or Accessories, THE AUSTRAL CYCLE AGENCY, LIMITED, 123 GEORGE STREET, DUNEDIN ,: COLOMBO STREET, CHRISTCHURCH.
1 Christmas. And New Year, PRIZE STORY COMPETITION. PRIZES OF 63?” .Five Guineas 13*“ .Three Guineas 63*” Two Guineas Will be awarded by the Proprietors of the Evening Stab to the Authors of ORIGINAL STORIES .. j that are placed first. Second, and: Third,.in order of merit, by gentlemen to be hereafter appointed as judges. All MSS. intended for Competition must be in the hands of the Editor NOT LATER THAN NOVEMBER 15. No Story must contain less than 5,250 nor more than 10,500 words. All Rights in the Prize Compositions are reserved to the Proprietors of the Evening Star. | ‘ Copy ” i _ MUST BE TYPE; WRITTEN, on one side of the paper only. Dunedin, October 15,1897. I ' ’ ■ ’ ■ • • SHAOKLOOK’S pATENT “ORION” RANGE, Is the best cooker; Bums the least fuel, whether wood, lignite, true coal, or peat; Easiest to work and clean Lasts the longest. Looks the beat, and Requires no brickwork. ■ i SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. Sold by all Ironmongers. Prices given for all kinds of Heating Apparatus and General Castings, » Catalogues on application. H. B. SHAOKLOOK. Obawfohd street, Dunedin. FORR E S ¥ • - ARCHITECT, - REMOVED. TO JOEL’S BUILDINGS. Obawfohd street. ST. GEORGE JAM—Beat in the Market. ' All Grocers. , ODONTALGIC, Extract gives Instant relief from Toothache; Is 'bottle. Eempaon, chemist, 99 George street.
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