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PUBLIC NOTICES. gPRING BLOSSOM TEA. As full of Fragrance as the Flowers of Spring can truly be said of “SPRING BLOSSOM TEA,” it being composed of the Young Spring Blossoms, and therefore contains that Fragrance and Aroma only found in the Luscious Spring Growths. PACKED IN AIR-TIGHT NET-WEIGHT TINS.

Q.LASGOW RESTAURANT AND BOARDING-HOUSE, 33 and 35 GEORGE STREET (Corner of Moray place). Telephone 792. Box 340. ("Equal to what ia BOARD, 15s PER WEEK-I charged 20a e!sel where. A 1 ACCOMMODATION HOME COMFORTS, EVERY CONVENIENCE, FIRST-CLASS COOKERY. Every thing Supplied is of the Beat Quality. BREAKFAST, 7 A.M, From 6 a.m. for Otago Central Train, if ordered previous evening. GOOD ATTENDANCE, NIGHT BELL. FIRST-CLASS DINNER THREE COURSES, From 12 till 8, - uperlor to what is supplied in any other etty is the world, for SIXPENCE. The proof of the pudding they say is in the eating. Come and have dinner at; the Glasgow, and then give your verdict. SHAOKLOOK’S pATENT “ORION” RANGP. Is the best cooker; Burns the least fuel, whether wood, lignite, true coal, or peat; Easiest to work and clean Lasts the longest, Looks the best, and Requires no brickwork. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. Sold by all Ironmongers. Prices given for all kinds of Heating Apparatus and General Castings, Catalogues on application. H. B. BHAOKLOOK, ORAWFOBD BTBEET, DUNEDIN. VESTS. LADIES REQUIRING VESTS for the present season would do well to VISIT US And Inspect our Large STOCK, Which wo are selling freely at prices to suit anyone. Our policy is to give the Best Value for the LOWEST POSSIBLE PROFIT^ JAMES M'WILLIAMS, HOaiEET AND SHIET MANUFACTURES, Royal Arcade, Dunedin. NOTE CHANGE OF ADDRESS; TJ. WRIGHT, Jdn., House, Sign, and • Decorative Painter, - has Moved into those New Premises built by him in Moray place, opposite Normal School, where his Customers and the Public generally will find him ever ready to act up to his motto: ’‘First-class ship and Materials at Reasonable Prices.” T. J. WRIGHT, Jun., House, Sign, and Decorative Painter, Moray plao;. RF O R R B S T • ARCHITECT, REMOVED TO JOEL’S BUILDINGS, Crawford street.

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 3, Issue 10469, 12 November 1897

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 3 Issue 10469, 12 November 1897

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