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PUBLIC NOTICES JJERBSRT, AND CO. JUST OPENED, ANOTHER SHIPMENT OF LADIES' CREAM, WHITE, AND BLACK GEM HATS, In Japanese and Coarse Straws. OUR MILLINERY SHOW THIS SEASON IS ONE OF THE FINEST NEW ZEALAND. It includes all the Newest LONDON and PARISIAN NOVELTIES in Shapes, Styles, and Combinations of Trimming, At Prices ranging from the Inexpensive to tho High Class. HERBERT, HAYNES, AND CO., LEADERS IN FASHION. Q.LASGOW RESTAURANT BOARDING-HOUSE, 3* AND 35 GEORGE STREET (Corner of Moray place). Telephone 792. fEqual to what is BOARD, 15s PER WEEK-! charged 20s elscI where. Al ACCOMMODATION! HOME COMFORTS, EVERY CONVENIENCE, FIRST-CLi SS COOKERY. Everything Supplied is of the Beßt Quality.! BREAKFAST, 7 />.sf. From 6 a.m. for Otago Central Train ti if ordered previous evening GOOD ATTENDANCE. NIGHT BELL FIRST-CLASS DINNER THREE COURSES, From 12 till 2, uperior to what is supplied in any other city in 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 ydut verdict. A BARGAIN SALE. SECOND-HAND 'UMBERS. SINGERS, SWIFTS, AND TRUMPH3, From £6; All with DUNLOP Tyres. Newly and in excellent condition. No reasonable offer refused. THE AUSTRAL CYCLE AGENCY, LIMITED. Write for our Cycle Accessory List, , Illustrated. 123 GeOEQE STREET, DUNEDIN. BANNED . GREEN PEAS. J Pecuxiablt Acceptable at This Season. [ PRESEKVED WITHOUT ANY CHEMICAI i OR COLORING. PRICE: Ilb Tins ... sd. 2lb Tins ... Bd. IRVINE AND STEVENSON. IT. GEORGE JAM-Best in the Market All Grocers. ■'••

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 5, Issue 10473, 17 November 1897

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