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LATE AIT7EBTISBMENTS. AMBLER Bicycles ride] and last for years.: Slfcrfr Rooms at J. and T. Chrhti’s. Bates; Siaßjand Co.; general agents, Dunedin. ■ ' \ ' R BTKUTHERS AND SOOTT'have-large stocks Ojf Haskmere Tea,’ tm<l: : strongly recordmend it. ' ‘ ■ ' ‘ • riIENDEKS Wanted for Four-roomed iHoute . (labor only). Canning street! Mornington’ Apply, after six o'clock, house back of Williams's Store, Mornington.’•, .f| IKN JJUR3 for Room in Brick (12it by 12ft, 12ft high) by Thursday* Specifications Georgeson, 15 Rattray street. .. TENDERS for addition, to House Full particulars at. Barber’s,. nest Dutton's, ■chemist, South Dunedin. y ? ; ’ VISITORS to tit. clair JO-morrow wanting Light Call at the Royal Tea Rooms, just.opendd. ■ _ TTIOR SALE, new Spring Cart ; cheap; well JJ, ; built, Johnson!. and .Robertson; South Dunedin. - . a-vD.. .IjlOR SALE, Two Cows atdrop; second calf. : ,O’Donnell and M’Mullin, Frederick ’street. £25, £SO, £IOO.. £l5O, £250, £I,OOO . To Lend; Bills discounted lowest Bryant! Dowling street. . rates. TIGER Teas,—Every Grocer in Dunedin has Tiger Teas; so yon only need to ask for them. TO-NIGHT.— Fyfe and Cuming’s Clothing and Drapery Stores .will be .Open. Immense special holiday attractions. DUNEDIN Sanitary Institute. —Adjourned Discussion of the Local Government Bill Thursday Evening,RTS. All citizens invited. [VI DRBAVER, halving secured the ivj services of a First-class Dressmaker from a leading-Melbourne bouße,ija prepared to make Stylish' Dresses at moderate prices. Large variety of Dress Material on hand. Cycling and j Tailor-made Costumes a specialty. Ladies’ Own j Material made up. Millinery unsurpassable, as usual. ' j TIGER Teas are the only Teas we. know to I make man happy and to keep him so. WANTED Known—Auld Scottie 'Whisky is the best. ■ ’ ' \ ULD Scottie Whisky, sold by A. and J. *ljL M'Farlano, Peterson and Co., Gilinonr Bros. A ULD Scottie Whkky can also be had from D. 6. Shepherd and Allan and Smith. - QPEIOHT’S celebrated Ales, in .Bottled quarts and pints, at all grocers. LOASBY’S “ Wahoo,’’the unrivalled herbal remedy for all stomach, liver, and kidney complaints ;2s fid. Chemists, Grocers. HASLEMERE Tea, the new Ceylon. ■ Ohtalnable at Yonng and Anderson’s. TO-NIGHT.— Fyfe and Cuming’s - Clothing .and Drapery Stores will be Open. Immense special holiday attractions. DUNEDIN Photographic Society’s Field Day. Seacliff. To-morrow, 9.5 train; return fares, 4s, 2s. Good muster wanted. POR all Classes of Upholstery Work and Bedding inquire our prices, or write, Mackenzie aid Sanders. SUITES Re covered, and made (in most cases) better than new. Latest and choicest patterns to select from. %/rAOKENZIB AND. SANDERS Request Ith. Customers to Pen J Orders Early. Now’s the best time for the best work. If OASBY’S “ Wahoo ’’ positively cures where U other remedies only relieve; purely herbal; always effectual; 2s 6d. /Chemists, Grocers. HAS LEM ERE Tea, the finest quality Ceylon Tea imported into-:the Colony: try it. D. G. Shepherd. Vi' TO-NIGHT,— Fyfe and Cuming’s Clothing and Drapery Stores will be Open. Immense special ho’iday attractions. H OLID AY. BARG AINS.-Carter and Co. offer their Entire Stock at Bargain Prices during this month. H OL'DAY BARGAINS.-Carter and Co. have just landed a magnificeent lot of Novelties in all departments, ex Mataura. All at the lowest possible prices. HOLIDAY B ARGAINS. -Try Carter and Co. for New Sailor Hats from Is to 5s lid; New Bond Street.Straws .. from Is to 5s lid. HOLIDAY BARGAINS.—Try Carter and Co. for. Umbrellas ; 60 boxes just landed'from'actual makers; Is 6d, rise Is to 17s 6d. HOLIDAY BARGAINS.—Try Carter and Co. for New Kid Gloves, Is lid to 5s lid ; New White or Fawn Undressed Kid, 2i 6d pair: Fabric Gloves from 6d to 2s lid, including the new fancy backs. Holiday bargains.—a grand lot of New Blouse Prints, 4|d, s|d, 6Jd, 7|d yard; Dress Materials in great variety, cheap. HOLIDAY BARGAINS.—A wonderful,nice lot of New Veiling from 4|d to Is 6d; New Collars and Cuffs, New Handkerchiefs, New Lace Collarettes, and other fancy lines, cheap LADIES, —Carter and Co. never had a nicer stock than now. '(heir Goods'are all New, Fresh, and Fashionable, and their Prices are the Lowest in Dunedin, taking quality as a test. Ca" and see for yourselves. SfiSStfS* MORGAN’S WARM SALT WATER SWIMMING BATHS Will be Open All Day TO-MORROW for Men and Boys. TENDERS Invited for ALTERATIONS and GENERAL REPAIRS to a Residence in Maitland _ street. R. FORREST, Architect, Joel’s Building’s, Crawford street. UNION STEAM SHIP COMPANY OF NEW ZEALAND, LIMITED. -TBKDERS FOR SUPPLIES. THE COMPANY" invite Tenders until noOn of MONDAY, the 15th inst., for the under-mentioned Supplies to'their Steamers at Dunedin and Port Cha’mers for a period of Twelve months from Ist December next:— Meat, Bread, and Scones ; Vegetables ; Milk; and for Three Years from same data Aerated 5 Mineral Waters, Specifications and conditions of Tender can he seen at the Company’s Offices, Water street, Dnnedin, where all necessary information can be obtained. Tenders will be received for Dunedin only, Port Chalmers only, or Dunedin and Poet Chalmers. The lowest or any tender will not necessarily be accepted. Dunedin, November 6th, 1897. MR J. E. WHITE’S Tender has been Accepted for the Election of new Offices and Factory for Messrs Cossens and Black in Crawford street. JAMES HISLOP, Dowling street. ■ i - Architect, IN THE ESTATE OF* THE LATE DR F. H. JBPFCOAT. < CIREDITOviS are requested to SEND IN r ■ THEIR ACCOUNTS to the undersigned without defay for settlement., ALL AMOUNTS OWING to the Estate must'bo PAID on or before the 20 th inst. W. D. MILNE, Solicitor, High street, Dunedin. D.S.A. THE DRAPERY SUPPLY ASSOCIATION WILL REMAIN OPEN TILL TEN O’CLOCK TO-NIGHT For the convenience of Customers. Holiday Goods in great variety. SHOT SUNSHADES, 2s lid; COARSE PLAIT SAILOR STRAW HATS, all prices. 86 and 88 George street. 1.0.0. F. MEMBERS of Leith Lodge are summoned to attend Funeral of ELIZA SIMPSON, Wife of Bro. Chas. M Peak. TO-MORROW ( r uesday),_9th inst., leaving Port Chalmers at 12.15, pissing Gardens about 2 p.m., for North Cemetery. Members of Sister Lodges invited. D. M. MILLER, Sec.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2, Issue 10465, 8 November 1897

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 Issue 10465, 8 November 1897

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