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LATE ADVERTISEMENTS. B AMBLER Bicycles are built* t6 ride,'and last for" years. "Show. "Rooms at J. and T. Christian., Bates, Bfse; arid Co;; general agents, Dunedin. TIGfcR Teas. —Every Grocer in Dunedin ha Tiger Teas; so you only need to ask for them.'' MADAME WHITE, Frederick street, opposite the Hospital, 2 doors from King street (late of King street). IJTMBOSSING.—EnveIopes, Note, and Letter JCJ, Paper Embossed with private or business dies. Stab Factory, Crawford street. GOOD- Evening 1 Have you used "Qcod .-Luck'.' Tea ?-good value tea. ; Blruthers arid Scott.'. ' , .-iurwLiAjc vi'°-morrow),Fyfeand Cuming "J. request the pleasure of your company at ! their Drapery Stores. ON Behalf of Client, -r Good Second-hand Hawker's Vani-in good ordir; also Two Second-hand Single Buggies. • Glaister and Carey, coachbnilders, Market street. BICYCLE, —light Columbiaj £18; cash or terms. Colesdale Cottage, Castle: street north. - WATCHDOG For Sale; handeome: St. Bernard Slut; splendid watch, very faithful, follow trap. "Mona," Stab Office. FOR SALE, Stocks, Phlox, Asters, Tomatoes, 6J per dozen. Anderson's, Upper Union street. TjIOR SALK, well-known Open Boat JJ "Skater," in good order. Apply P.O. Box 32. . 7U)R SALK, Two Cows, at calving. D. ? Swinton, Musselburgh. FOR SALE, Royal Rover Bicycle, with lamp and biake; in good order; £ls. " Cash," Star Office. EVERAL good Freehold Investments For *.,. Sale-£750, £4OO, £625, £275, £325, £125. Apply Bryant, Dowling street. HASLEMfiRB Tea, the finest quality Ceyjpn Tea imported into the Colony; try it. D. G. Shepherd. OOD Kvening ! Have you used " Good Luck "Tea?—a perfect treat. A.Miller and Co. LOASBY'S " Wahoo" positively cures where other remedies only, relieve; purely herbal"; always effeotual; 2s 6d. Chemists, Grocers. -4? On' ff? For Sale, 4-roomed House(soul--3&/V I *> lery, bath),Dunedin. Fltzhardinge Jones, 95 Princes street. OOD Investment.—2 nice Hnnses, Dunedin; let £lB yearly ; price, £390. Fitzhardinge Jones, 95 Princeß street. -00/s|V~i" Acre ' 6-roomed Hou e (bath, db&\P\J gas), Val'ey; small deposit, balance as rent. Fitzhardinge Jones. T J"IHK weak, the nervous, the dyspeptic, the I sleepless owa more to Old Smuggler Whisky than any other cordial. OLD Smuggler Whisky is a donor and pioservalive of health. Old Smuggler Whisky and enjoy J good health. ' HALF-PRICE. WORSTEDS WORTH 25s to 3Ss, 6. serings and Suiting*. This is the Cheapest hare the Bargain with you. AND CO. BARTER AND CO. will offer their entire / Stock of New Season's Drapery and Clothing at wonderful cheap prices during November. BARTER AND CO. are sending a L'st of Bargains through the t-T.\n Tonight, October 29th. If you do not get a Bargain Bill, send and get one. BARTER AND CO. have never been in such W a good position to give you bargains as at present. They have a Bplendid stock New Good?, bought from actual makers, and selling at ' a slight advance on cost. CARTER AND CO. ask the favor of an early call. 7 hey have a grand lot of Novelties and useful Drapery, and jou can depend." on getting the very best"value that jour money can secure. BARTER AND CO,'3 SHOW ROOM is J-..- crammed from floor to csiling with all the Newest and Nicest in Sailor . Hats, Trimmed Hats and Bonnets* Mantles, Capes, Jackets, Corsets, and Underolothing, and Infants' Goods of all kinds, cheap. BARTER AND CO. have just opened, ex J Mataura, a Grand Lot of Novelties in all departments. They now hold full stocks of all the Moßt Fashionable Drapery, and at the low,-st prices in Dunedin, taking ' quality as the test. lARTER AND CO. FOR BARGAINS. WANTED TO LEASE, as a summer resort (for term), RESIDENCE of 10, 12, or more roonn (furnished or unfurnished), with Stable and Coachhouse. Must be a bracing, healthy locality, pleasant surroundings, within telegraphic communication of Dunedin. Particulars to HELMORK AND BROWN, Telephone 673. 95 Princes street. AND CO., NEW HOSIK' Y. 7"E have just received 1 Case » * of 100 dozen Ladies' B'ack ' Ribbed Ca'hmere Pose,- extra value, at Is, Is 3d, Is 6Ji Is 9J. 195andl97j KTDGLOVE? - 50 dozen of Best Austrian Tan George ST. Gloves, 4 buttons, in Browns, Tans, and Beavers, value 2s 6d per fair, Belling at Is Seo window. ARTISTIC MILLINERY. MOLLISON Latest novelties in Hats and Bonnets in the Millinery Department. Inspection invited. AND CO., 195 and 197 SAILOR SUITS. A comparison of the Goods George ST. with the Small Piicea at which they are marked will astonish every customer. Parents can clothe their Boys for very little - money. Boys' Blue Serge Sailor Suits from 3s 9d suit up. T. CARTER, -i 45 George street. Just Landed, splendid assortment of CROCKERY AND HARDWARE, Dinner and Tea Sets, Toilet Sets, Bedroom Ware, etc., etc. We wish to call special attention to our BROWN TEAPOTS, As they are s very fine lot, and are going ' "v. CARTER, 45 George street. LOCUM TENENS. * MEDICAL MAN recently out from Auetralia is willing to act as Locum, Tenens in Dunedin. Apply to Kempthorne, Prosser, and Co., Limited, Dunedin, OTAGO AGRICULTURAL AND PASTORAL SOCIETY. ANNUAL SUMMER SHOW.. WRITTEN APPLICATIONS will be received; for GATBMEN, etc, 1 required atf'Tahun&Park on the 24th and 25th November. . TENDERS will be received for SUPPLYING; BAND from noon on Second Day of Show. TENDERS will also ba received for COM-, MITTEEVi and GENERAL PUBLIC LUNCHEON BOOTHS, etc. Full particulars obtainable Office, Agricultural 'Building, where Tenders and Applications will be received up to FRIDAY, November sth. .!___ BSJmjmsb' .- ; ED.F. DUTHIE, Lii.:"-

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3, Evening Star, Issue 10461, 3 November 1897

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 Evening Star, Issue 10461, 3 November 1897

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