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LATE ADVEETISEMENTS. ¥3 AMBLER Bicycles are built to ride, ai d JLLi last for years." Show Rooms at J. and I\ Christi’s. Bates, Sise, and Co., general agents, Dunedin. ANTED To Sell, Bicycle, in good order ; V T weight, 28:b ; price, £B.loa, “ Bike.” Star Office. XaT'ANTED, a Soy. Ales, Thompson. Flag, A* . Tent, and Tarpaulin Factory, 163, and 160 Prin- e« street. ta, 7 ANTED, by an experienced young Lady, _»y Situation in Fruit or Confectionery Business; highest reference. Address “Shop,” Star Office. w Hotel. ANTED, a smart young Man to assist in the dining halL Apply Leviathan WANTED, a few Cycle Repairers at once. Apply Speedwell Cycle Works, 155 George street. ANTED, Small Cottage, near Burkes or St. Leonards, for three weeks, from sth January; state* rent. “Summer,” Star Office. WANTED To Sell, Piano, cheap; good condition; owner ~ leaving colony. 23 King stieet, near Baptist Church. WANTED To Purchase, Billiard 'J able, complete; about 6ft, “Table,” Star Office. WANTED, a General Servant. Apply Mrs E. R. Dasher, Frederick street, Roslyn. WANTED, a respectable Woman for halfday’s washing, Monday. Box 128, Post Office, Dunedin. WANTED, kind Person to Mind Baby, Apply Female Refuge, Forth street. WANTED, young Ladies to take Lessons at Columbia Dress-cutting ■ School; the art of dressmaking taught in a few lessons. Principal, Mrs Williams, Rosa’s Buildings. WANTED, a smart Boy for shop and parcels. J. J, Arthur, tailors, etc., George street. 1 BARRATT wants Waitress (assist bar), Female Cook (20s), Generals, Dairymaids, Cook-Laundress (station), Farm Lads (Its). BAKER wants Situation as second or third hand, in or out of town. Address “ Baker,” Star Office. GOOD 5 or 6-roomed House Wanted near Ocean Beach ; good tenant. Particulars “Ajax,” Star Office. PAINTER and Paperhanger Wanted at once; must be a good hand. B. Winn, Lawrence. TO Painters.—Tenders Wanted for Fainting and Distempering. Apply Lawrence, builder, King street. f BLENDERS Invited till 20th lust, for FreotI ing Four-roomed Dwelling, Plans Mr MTndoe, Main road, Sonth Dunedin. FOR SALE (cheap), Tinsmith’s Stamping Press, by Rhodes, London; nearly new; li cwt. Boydell, Opoho. - lowest rates, in sums to suit; Bills Discounted _ daily. Borrowers save money by patronising E. J. Bryant, Dowling street, Dunedin. LOASBY’S “ Wahoo ” positively cures where other remedies only relieve; purely herbal; always effectual; 2s 6d. Chemists, Grocers. “ TT isn't a leap in the dark ” to use MahaX rajah Ceylon unblended Tea. Sold by Sneddon, Mornington.

LATE ADVERTISEMENTS. HOLIDAY Shipment of ladies’ Blouses, Umbrellas, Corsets, Gloves, and Stbokings just opened at T. Boss's, direct importer. Blouses and Shirts in white, pink, W blue, black, and black and white, new patterns, Is 63, ,2s 6d, 3s 6d, 4s 6d. MAGNIFICENT range of New Corsets, all sizes—Startler, 2s 6d ; Thomson’s, from 3s lid ; 08, from 4s 6J ; P.D-i from 5s lid. NEW Alma Gloves, the best 2s 6d glove in the colony; New White Washing Belts, New Lace Collarettes; STOCKINGS, strong, well finished, guaranteed fast dye, double heels and ankles— Children’s from 63, Ladies’ from Is pair. UM BRELLAS and Sunshades—The largest, and cheapest stock in town; prices, Is lid to 22s 6d. T. Boss, direct importer. MONTEITH. Monteitb. Monteith. Ladies, for fit, wear, and appearance, ro Kid Glove equals the “ Monteith.” Every pair guaranteed. EW GOODS at the Old Shop in Rattray street. If you want, a HAT or CAP for the Holidays, you can't do better than visit TAYLQR’S, Rattray street. Latest Shapes at Lowest Prices. THE PERPETUAL TRUSTEES, ESTATE, AND AGENCY COMPANY OF NEW ZEALAND, LIMITED. THE DIRECTORS have declared an INTERIM DIVIDEND at the rate of 124 per cent, per annum for the HALF-YEAk ended 31st October, 1897, PAYABLE at the COMPANY’S OFFICE on MONDAY, 15th Inst. WALTER HISLOP, Manager. HIS EXCELLENCY THE EARL OP RANFURLY, K.0.M.G., GOVERNOR OF NEW ZEALAND. THE UNDERSIGNED are prepared to receive Offers, on behalf of His Excellency, TO LEASE (for term), as a Summer Resort, a SUITABLE RESIDENCE (furnished or unfurnished), with Stable and Coachhouse. Must be a bracing, healthy locality, within telegraphic communication of Dunedin. Particulars to HELMORE AND BROWN, Agents, 95 Princes street. Telephone 673. TAIERI AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY’S ANNUAL SHOW OF LIVE STOCK, DAIRY PRODUCE, Etc , Will be held in MR CHARTERS’S PADDOCK (MOSGIBL) os TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 16th. All Stock to be on the Ground before 11 am. ENTRIES CLOSE on SATURDAY, 15th November. The Secretary will be at Mr Snow’s Office (Outram) on FRIDAY AFTERNOON, and at the Athenaeum (Mosgiel) on SATURDAY to RECEIVE ENTRIES. JOHN H. ALLAN, Secretary.

A CAUTIOUS MAN. We were showing our Stock ot Tailoring Tweeds yesterday to a gentleman from the country, whereon he expressed his regret that he had just ordered a suit, in no way better, from You know it really serves _rne right, for the suit I have on yon made for me two years ago for 57s 6J, and it has pleased me well; but when in casnal conversation I told - ■ — (the tailor) what I paid for it he laughed, and said 1 Oh, yes lof course, that is Lone’s game. The first time you go to him he gives you a£s 5s suit for 67s 6L but the second time he makes you pay for it.’ So, to be candid, I thought I wouldn’t give you the chance, and now I see what a precious old fool I ve been. DON'T BELIEVE SUCH COCK-AND-BULL YARNS, Common sense should tell yon that one transaction is no good to us. We know we must continue to please you if we are to keep your business, and you can depend we shall do our utmost. NOTE OUR PRICES; MEN’S TROUSERS, TO MEASURE—BOYS’ SUITS. STOCK SIZES— 12/. MEN’S SUITS, 34/6. MEN’S SUITS. 27/6. GUARANTEED TO BE WORTH AT LEAST DOUBLE THE MONEY. A. LOR I E AND CO.

LADIES’ Imperial and Royal Rover Bicycles. —A large shipment just landed; 19in, 21in, and 23in frame. B* OVER Bicycles. Latest up to-date, as JLIj ridden by Platt-Belts, Champion England. Melville, George street. '* CIROSI Ceylon’s spicy breezes ” comes the X; delightful Maharajah Tea, mountain grown. Sold by Snmmerell, Pelichet Bay. .Ls Tonic for Loss of Appetite, Nervousness. Is per bottle. MR NEIL, —I find your Little Dandelion Pills agree with me better than any Medicine.—MrH. SOLD at 6d per box. Fruit Extracts for Summer Drinks, Is each. Neil, herbalist, George street. • • DAWSON’ AND CO., Watchmakers and - Jewellers ; Repairs a specialty ; highest satisfaction guaranteed; manufacture jewe lcry on premises, . . AWSON AND CO. for Wedding Rings, Wedding Presents, Watches, Clocks, Jewellery, and Electro-plate in great variety. DAWSON AND CO., Opticians, Test the Eyesight Free, Correct all Errors of Visionlarge stock Spectacles. PHOTO Frames.—Cabinets; Crystal, Opal, Metallic, Hand-painted, or Plain; fre=h stock and new designs always arriving. PHOTO Frames.—Midgets: Horseshoe shape and Uptight Hand-painted Midget Frames. Bressey, bookseller, 151 George street. SHELL Goods Glove and Handkerchhf Boxes, Wall Plaques, Pin-cushions, Fancy Ornaments, and Boxes in endless variety. SHELL Goods. A large variety of the- e pretty and useful goods. Bressey, bookseller, 151 George street. - “ ■\7"QUR teapot tells the story of its worth.” X Exquisite Maharajah Tea at Morton and Son’s, Kaikorai. . MONTKITH. —Ladies, for comfort, dress, apd economy no. Kid, Glove equals the Monteith.Every, pair guaranteed. POR all Classes of Upholstery Work and Bedding inquire our prices, or write. Mackenzie and Sanders. OUITES Re covered, and made (in most cases it better, than new. Latest and choicest patterns to select from. IJTACKENZIB AND SANDERS Reque-t 1v I Customers to Fend Orders Early. Now’s the best time for the best work. 11 TCTVBRY Tea is claimed the best ” ; MahaXvi rajah is beyond competition; used in British hospi’als, Array, and Navy. Taylor, Maolaggan, street sella it. MRS LREAVER, having secured the _ services of a'First-class Dressmaker from a leading Melbourne house, is prepared to make Stylish Dresses ’at moderate prices. Large variety of Dress Material on hand. Cycling and Tailor-made Costumes a specialty. Ladies’ Own Material made up. Millinery unsurpassable, as usual. lOASBY’S “Wahoo,” the unrivalled herbal , remedy for all stomach, liver, and kidney complaints ;2s 6d. Chemists, Grocers. CYCLISTS should see big display Shirts, Caps, Stockings in Clothing Factory’s window. TO CARPENTERS. TENDERS until MONDAY, 15th, 5 p.m., Taking Down, Removing, and Re-erecting Pouse of 6 Rooms, Particulars Morgan’s Warm Salt Water Fwimming Baths, Frederick street. POTATOES. POTATOES. ITIRESHLY - PICKED POTATOES FOR ? SALE in any quantity, cheap. Apply at once to MACLEAN AND 00., ' Crawford street.

MONEY TO LEND. We have this Bum In hand • vvu for investment, and are prepared to advance upon Freehold Securities from 5 per cent.; also on Furniture, Pianos, Cattle, Horses, Life Policies, P.N.s, eta, at reduced rates. Correspondence Invited. BORDER AND CO., 90 Prinoks street, Dunedin, FOR SALE, EGENT ROAD, Residence of 8 rooms; lately occupied by Mrs Urquhart (deceased) ; in first-class condition. TO LET, N.E. V ALLEY, House of eight rooms, in Mander’s road, just beside Gardens; gas and all conveniences. KING STREET, Shop, with Dwelling; situated comer of Albany. Splendid stand for grocer or other trader. WANTED TO PURCHASE, HOUSE of 8 rooms; must be in centre of City; cash. GEO. M'OARTER, Jun., Accountant, Agent, and Collector, CLEARING SALE OF CARPETS, TAPESTRIES, CRETONNES, Etc. (From the Stocks of Walter Guthrie and Co., in Liquidation). Thomson, bridgbr, 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 Brussels Squares, in various sizes Brussels Carpets, in handsome patterns, with borders to match Tapestry Carpets Hall Carpets Bedroom Squares Kidder Carpets Carpet Pelts Crimson and Green Baize 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 opportunity of purcha- in j CARPETS AND FURNISHINGS AT VERY LOW PRICES. THE SALE IS NOW ON IN UPSTAIRS ROOMS At the WAREHOUSE, Princes street. Opposite Chief Post Office. THOMSON. BRIDGES, AND CO. SHIPPING. CHRISTCHURCH CARNIVAL WEEK. SHOW AND RAGES. CHEAP EXCURSION TICKETS TO LYTTELTON. Per WAIKARB, from Dunedin Wharf, on THURSDAY, 11th November. Available for Return from Lyttelton by Wakatipu, Friday, 12th; Mararoa, Saturday, 13th; Rotorua, Wednesday, 17th; Monowai, Friday, 19th; or Anglian, Saturday, 20th November. SALOON (Return Fare) ... ... 25S HUDDART, PARKER PROPRIETARY CO., LIMITED (NEIIL AND CO., LIMITED, Agents) UNION STEAM SHIP COMPANY OF _ INEW ZEALAND, LIMITED, Cretonnes, in beautiful designs Furniture Plushes Window Hollands American Leather Fringes, Tassels, Cords, etc.

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