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GOVERNMENT NOTICES. NEW ZEALAND GOVERNMENT RAILWAYS. SUPPLY AND DELIVERY OF STORES. Head Office, Wellington, 29th Octobtr, 1897. SEPARATK WnI'INKN TENDERS will be rt ceived at this office up to noon of MONDAY, the 29th November, 1897, for the SUPPLY and DELIVERY of tho under-mentioned STORE! 3 , from the l»t day of January, 1898, to the 31st day of March, 1903, at Auckland, Wellington, Addington, and Hillside : ("JENERA.L IRONMONGERY, FURNISHING IRONMONGERY, CEMENT AND LIM:", LEATHER, VTC , B'UJSHWARE. SHIP CHANDLERY, OIL«, COLORE. Etc., IRON AND STEEL, DRAIN PIPES, Etc. Specifications and forma of tender may bo obtained at the l'.ailway stores Offices, Newmarket, Addington, Hillside, and fio Stort3 Manager's Oilice, Wellington, at which places statements showing tie locil consumption of articles chiefly in demand will be on v ew. Tenders to bo addressel to tho General Manager, New Zealand Railways, Wei ington, ai.d to be marked outride "lender for STORES." Telegraphic tenders will not \>2 received, and the lowest or any tender will not necessarily be accepted. The accepted tender rates will bo published in the ' New Zealand Gazette.' By order. T. RONAYNE, General Manager, N.Z. Kailways. EDUCATIONAL. MRS STRONACH, Teacher of Flower Painting. Apply, for particulars, R Dunne, George Btreot, PUBLIC KOEICEb. "ERBERT, HAYNES, AND CO.'S LACE DEPARTMENT. JUST OPENED, A VERY CHOICE ASSORTMENT LADIES' LINEN AND PIQUE SHIRT NEW GUIPURE, HONITON, AND BUTTER LACE SCARFS. NEW CREPON SCARFS, in beautiful Colorings. NEW HONITON AND GUIPURE LACS COLLARETTES. NEW JAPANESE Sll.K SCARFS, In all Fa:hionab!e Shades. NEW REAL MALTESE LACE HANDKERCHIEFS. NEW SHETLAND SHAWLS, In Lovely Delicate Shades, for Evening Wear. HERBERT, HAYNES, AND CO., PRINCES STREET. UPWARDS OF TWENTY MEDALS AWABDED FOB EXCELLENCE. t3- OBTAINS A PRIZE WHEREVER EXHIBITED. ESTLE'S SWISS CAN BE USED FOR ALL PURPOSES OF ORDINARY MILK. From the Milk of Cow 3 having en exiensivo range on tho healthy and fertile sides of the Alps, breathing the Pore Air and feeding on tho succulent grasses of that salubrious region— Tllß FINKST MILK-PRODDOING COUNTRY IN THE i World. | ta-kak for NESTLE' 3, and see that you get It, as inferior Foreign and English brands Z are sometimes substituted. Wholesale Agents MACKERRAS AND HA3LEIT, Bond STitEET. SHAOKLOOK'S >ATENT "ORION" RANGF. 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. Soid by all Ironmongers. Prices given for all kinds of Heating Appa>atus and General Castings, Catalogues on application. H. E. SHAOKLOCK, Chawtoed street. Ddnedin. FPOBAR AND SON (from Cashel street, « Christchurch), Umbrella Manufacturers, have opened a Branch Shop, 113 Geobge steeet, Dunedin. Numerous designs In Handles and Fittings. All work guaranteed. Pobar's Price List: Strong Italian Cloth from 2s 6d; Satin de Chene (Italian), 4s 6d : Levantine from 5s 6d; best Twill Silk. 6s 6d ; Sticks from la; Scissors ground and sot, 3d.. r»j EURANODYNE relievos moat virulent JLI Neuralgia or Faceaohe; 2b 6d per bottle. Kempson, chemist. 99 George street. JTOUT for Invalids.—Strachan's, the best In O the market; strongly recommended. Obtainable all leading grocers.

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 2, Issue 10471, 15 November 1897

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 Issue 10471, 15 November 1897

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