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POST OFFICE NOTICES. Mails close at tho Chief Post Office, Dunedin (subject to any necessary alterations), as under:— .Overland, North, daily, 10.30 a.m. Late letters, mail van, 11 a.m. Wednesday, November 10. For Lyttelton. Christchurch, Northern Ports, and Australian Colonies.-rPer Waikare, at 2.30 p.m., C.P.O. Money orders, registered letters, and newspapers, at 1.30 p.m. ■ Friday, November 12. • For Lyttelton, Christchurch, and Northern ports.—Per Te Anau, at 2 p.m., C.P.O. (Signed) Edm. Cook, Chief Postmaster. Chief Post Office, November 9,1897. LATE ADVERTISEMENTS. FOR SENDING HOME, DELIGHTFUL XMAS CARDS. Thousands just opened AT BRAITHWAITE'S BOOK AROADE. ' Come and see them. No one asked to buy. '"■' THAT FEELING OF OPPRESSION. TR GEORGE YATES, of the Royal Hotel, —..J Liverpool, N.S.W., ■writes under date the 6th-September; J. 897:—"! suffered from Indigestion for several years. After taking ' WaHOO ' for a couple of days the pains went away, and before finishing the bottle I felt; as well as ever, and have never suffered Bince." LOAiiBY'S " WAHOO," price 2s 6d, from all chemists' and storekeepers. Wholesale agents, Kempthorne, Prosaer, and Co.'b N.Z. Drug Co', Ltd./ [RS GlLL'S.—Grandest variety of Blouscb L ever opened; prices from Is lid. Choice stock of Corsets, Umbrellas, Sunshades. FOR unequalled value "and choicest selection of Millinery, New, Fall Nets, Laces, Glove's", Collarettes try Mrs Gill's. "VTEW • Designs in Cambrics and Muslins for j J3i Blouses. Dressmaking under experienced management. At Mrs Gill's. RS GILL, 11, 13, 15 Princes street, . Open All Day Wednesday. > AMBLKR Bicycles are built to ride, and i; last for years. Show Rooms at J. and T. Chri-ti '*. Bateß, Sise, and Co., general agents, Dunedin, ANTED, a Girl as general, accustomed , , to children ; sleep at home' preferred. Barnard, Dunfermline place, N.E. Valley. "ANTED, Boy, used to horses, attend to , , >. hor.-e, trap, and harness; state wage wanted. Box 97. ANTED, a Girl about 18 for general » » housework ; references i-. dispensable. Apply Mrs Laurenson, Roslyn. TANTED, General Servant; must cook » f and wash; references. Mrs H. F. Hardy, Graham street, High street. ANTED To Buy, Single Buggy (new or , , second-hand) suitable for ponie3. A. Stratford, Coffee Palace. ANTED, Room with fireplace for young . , Man'; south end preferred. Address "Bachelor," Star Office. LOASBY S' " Wahoo strengthens stomach, simulates liver and kidneys, and invigorates whole system ;2s 6d. All ohemists and Grocers. * ■■ ANTED Known—Highest price given for , , Furniture at M'Laughlan's Arcade. Largest stock in South Dunedin. WANTED Known—Madame Zoege3, Physiognomist, can. be Consulted Castle street, between Hanover street and Frederick street. ANTED, young Ladies to take Lessons at Columbia Dress-cutting School; the art of dressmaking taught ia a few lessons. Principal, Mrs Williams, Ross's Buildings. DUNEDIN Sanitary Institute— Adjourned Discussion of the Local Government Bill Thursday Evening, 8.15. All citizens invited. RS DREAVER, having secured tho services of a, First-class Dressmaker from a leading Melbourne house, is prepared to make Stylish Dreß3eß at moderate prices. Largo variety of Dress Material on hand. Cycling and Tailor-made Costumes a s-pecialty. Ladies' Own Material made up. Millinery unsurpassable, as usual. . Copies Daily is the Circulation of the Evening Stab. LOASBY"S " Wahob " positively euros where other remedies only relieve; purely herbal j always.effeotual; 2s 6d. Chemists, Grocers. HOLIDAY Shipment of-Ladies' Blouses, Umbrellas, Corsets, Gloves, and Stockings just opened at'T. Ross's, direct importer. Blouses and. Shirts in white, pink, -«-v v ■ blue, Maok, and black and white, new patterns, Is 6d, 2* 6d, 3s 6d, 4s 6d. MAGNIFICENT range of New Corsets, all sizes—Startler, 2s 6d ; Thomson's, from 3s lid ; C.B , from 4s 6d ; P.D , from 5a lid. r»i EW Alma Gloves, the best 2s 6d glove in i_l the colony; Now White Washing Belts, New Lace Collarettes. TOCKING:?, strong, well finished, guaran- „., teed fast dye, double heels and anklesChildren's from 61, Ladies' from is pair. MBRELLAS and Sunshades —The largest, is lid to £2i 6d. T. Boss, direct importer. ■ONTEITH. Monteith. Monteith. . Ladies, for fit, wear, and appearance, no Kid Glove equals the " Monteith. Every pair guaranteed. EIL a Iron and Quinine: Tonio; the beit , Tonic for Loss of Appetite, Nervousness. Is per bottle. MR NKIL,—I find your Little Dandelion Pills agree with me better than any Medicine. —Mr H. OLD at 6d per box. Fruit Extraots for Summer Drinks. Neil, herbalist, George Btreet. PHOTO Frames.—Cabinets: Crystal, Opal, Metallic, Hand-painted, or Plain; fresh stock and new designs always arriving. PHOTO Frames.—Midgets: Horseshoe shape and Upright Hand-painted Midget Frames. I Bressey, bookseller, 151 George Btreet. HELL Goods. Glove and Handkerchief I Boxes,.-Wall Plaques, Pin-cushions, Fancy I Ornaments, and Boxes in endless variety. SHELL Goods.—A large variety, of pretty and useful goods. Bressey, bookseller7lsl George'Btreet. N Entertainment in connection with the L • Dundas street Primitive Methodist I'day School will be held on Wednesday, at 7.30 p.m. Admission, 6d. CLEARING! SALS OF CARPETS, TAPESTRIES, CRETONNES, Etc' (From tho Stock* of Walter Guthrie aud Co., in Liquidation). THOMSON, BRIDGER, AND CO. ARE NOW OFFERING THE BALANCE OF THE CARPETS" AND FURNISHINGS bought by them from, the Liquidator of the above Company. The Stock consists of— Wilton Pile and Brussola Squares, in various [ Brussels Carpets, in handsome patterns, with ! bordere to match TapeHry Carpets Hall Carpets Bedroom Squares Kidder Carpets Carpet Pelts' ••" Cretonnes, in beautiful designs Furniture Plushes - Window Hollands American Leather Crimson and Green Fringes, Tassels, Cords,. -Baize etc. • .-..,• Genoa Velvets • Silk Tapestries, for coverings and curtains. We intend to Clear these Lines at once, and draw the attention of the Public to this opportu? nity of purchasing ">\ • ' CARPETS AND FURNISHINGS AT VERY LOW PRICES. "THE SALKJS NOW ON IN UPSTAIRS ROOMS . -..r ■ Atthe '■ "' : ■ ; ' " . .WAREHOUSE,/Prinoes stbeet, Chief Post Office. , THOMSON, BRIDGEB, AND CO.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1, Issue 10466, 9 November 1897

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