Public Notices. "OELIAiJLfe M 0 STANDARD CIGAREtrES AND TOBACCO1. Manufactured byKIHBALL & CO.,?eerlossTo§icco Works, Hochester,. N.Y. : Eatabllahed ISii). ■ THE PEOPLE'S" FAVOURITE. FRAGRANT VANITY FAIR. • NEW VANITY FAIR. . EXCELSIORS. ■ feXCELSIORS, lava-tipped. : The above Cigarettes-ana Tobaccos'are manufactured: from the finest and most costly leaf procurable, and cannot be surpassea'. •.•■-:■.■ Thirteen First Prizo Medals. - Sole Agents for New Zealand: ~..-, P. HAYMAN & CO., Dunedin; and at Christchurcb, - Wellington, and Auckland. Is LONDON WM MiD 'DISCOUNT SOCIETY, ■...'. /■; "' ' 8 MJusaa cnra». ' . PT»5t Brown-Ewiag'B CoiQor.) This Society Is established to Aoslot Tradeßmon and Others on tho following terms I—Money Lent in eumi varying from £5 to £500 en cccurity of one or two re sponalble sureties, to be Repaid by Weekly Inatalmenfa pi Is In the^Pound. For lm iance peraona desirouo of obtaining £6 receive £A ' 10a 'cft3h, repaid by SO lnaUlmenta of in esch; the balacco deducted for Interest. Bills Discounted. Monoy Lent en Deposit Deeds Biiia of Sale, or any other.av»liable seenrity. OfficeHoutb: 9.30t0 6.80; StONiAY EVENINGS till 8.80 ( SATURDAYS till 2 o'clock. . ' ITENTIY BKNJAHINV - M>n; g -.. Sporting. TT UK T CLUB RACE S. SATURDAY, SEPrfiMBER 13. Admission :To Stand Reeervo, 5»; Ground?, 1?. "'•• '-.■';. First Rice at hall-past 12. v■ ~ ; . SYDNEY JAME3, 12a Sec. D J.O. . ' Calls* &o. : MOUNT BARNSLAW tJUARTZ-MINING COMPANY (L'MITEDi •. - NOTICE OF CALL. IS HEREBY GIVEN that i.l the Directora of the above Company have this day made a Call of ONE PENNY HALFPENNY (ljd) per Bhare, and that tho same is Payable at the Registered Office of the Company, Ballarat Btreet, Queenstown, on WEDSESDAY.'the Bth diy o! October; :'.:■';"■:■■:- ■■. LEWI3 HOTOP, ' '\ ■•■ •':" ■•.••"■■ . legal Manager. - Queaoßtown, September 8,1884. Notb —All Calls unpaid at Bth Oclobsr will be nied for without further' notice, according to tho Miting Companies Act. . „ -■■.-•..;. lggLost, Found, &c LOST, in Pitt street, PUBSE, containing fire £1 notes, 10s silver.—Finder rewarded on returning to Patarson and M'Le:d's. 12b Business Announcements. Own Advertisements under this head, not exceeding sixteon words, will be charged SIXPENCE. .' rrFH and.ouhing; ; FIFE & C'UMING'S Genuine Clearing Sale/last few days. Tremeidoua bargains m J : FLOWERS— Twenty boSeVNew Flowers, reduced to IJd bunch; 100 dcasn Lace, Id yard. . I^ORSETS, 1b pair." Ladies' Underclothing — J Drawers, lo ; Chomlsea, Is 6d ; Nightdresses, 2s .6d; Camlßoles, lg6d. ~, ; . ■-....;. SATEENS in. new Checke, all colours, 6|l—usually ll£d-; all washing colours. Send for patterns. /"IHEIK Mußline, Bfttin finish. Splendid for wear ; \J very durable j uanal price UJd— now 4 jd; going fast. • :■:..-• . - --; .■■:.■ ; -■• ■-'■ V"ELVETEEN3,IB6jd- worth 2s 6d; Dress Tweeds, . 6|d, SJd, 11 |i, rare value; Cashmeres, U 2&d, 13 6d, la Ud. . ■;.■.. -.. : ; , /CALICOES, 2Jd, 2id, 3Jd, IJd-Home prices; Sheet\J\, Inge, wide and good quality, 9jd, Hid. " rpoWEiS, 2Jd, 4|d, BJd ; Toilets, B|d, 10J], r|a. X Country orders carefully attemjed to. - Patterns post fr.ee.—F5TFE and COMING, 92 and U George reet; ■ ■■ . ■'■.:. ■ ; ;.■. .: -. . gOja '. ': J. HABDIB AMD 00 ; * JUST OPENED, 60 dozen Gents' Dress Shirts, only' ,Sa6deach-TOrth7B6d./ -; .j .J ; S-CASE9 Men's Tweed Overcoats, grand valuo, at _29b6d; Bpyß',l2a6d.;■■■'• ■■■ : ~(\ C\ YABDS Mosgiol anj3 Bannockbiirn Tweeds, \9 M V/; strong, for boys' wear^ at 8s 6d yard. B TRUNKS Women's Housei Slippers; 2s Udpair; 5 do Men's Cookhain Boots and Shoes. NO. 110, corner Princes »cd Rattray street!.'—J. HARDIE & CO. ...,,,- . if ,-.:..-,. -■- BIMOH BiBOTEQbtB v s OIMON BROTHERS have now. opened NewShlpiD ments of Spring Goods, comprising lar^e assortment of V :■ » TTERY SUPERIOR MAKES—LadIes 1 High Button T Boots, from 11s; Lace, from 9s; Evening Shoes. from.6s6d. " : - ; ' "ADIES, see Wind6wa.-Patent and Morocco Court U Shoes, ladles' and children's Bize3; prices lower than ever. - ■■■ -~...:■ /2J.ENTS.' BOOTS by beat Makers.—Calf Balmorals, \JT kid tops, from 15a 9d; Call Shoes, morocco tops, from 12s 9d. - . WE are determined to excel.—Gents.' td-brder Elastics, cloth tops, 21s; other stylos equally reasonable. . . . .' .: . ■ r\UR OWN MAKE defies competition for' price VJ and wear.-SIMON BROTHERS, George street, near Octagon/ • ' go^ ' ' MES GILt, mo-DAY, , . f• ; v MRS GILL TTTILL SHOW NEW ~~ ", QPRING AND SUMMER MILLISERY. ). <> r\ MI LLINERY BONNET 3, 21b to 425.. ; X,TRIMMED;BTRAW BONNETS, 19s 6d to 37s OA TRIMMED STRAW HiTS, 12s 6d to 21a. * THE largest and fioeat asgorted k Stock in Dunedin, at lowest pOßsible prices Mrs GILL, 18 and 16 Princes Btreet. , ■ : '26ap MESDAMKB PAPPKIMi AND TONDCT. *' 7Tn3THETIC AND ARTISTIC WORK DEPOT, XEi 90 George street, have imported ; direct Splendid _ Assortment of \£sthetlc and Artistic Needlework. .. .'--. - . ALSO, the new Prißmatlne and Giltterine Bronze Painting Material, prepared for usa on embossed velvet, plush, cloth, &c. LADIES invited to Inspect the.latest noveltyAncient Embroidery. •'Pattern-books with full Instructions to work from. MRS PAPPRILL, who received first award '\t • Christchurch International Exhibition for artificial flowers,. Is prepared to receive PUPILS for Wool and Wax Flowers, Leather, and all kinds of Fancywork.—9o George street, next Fyfe and Cuming'e. ga v . M. MABSHALL, TtfABSHALLS COUGH ELIXIR is without donbt XL a remarkable preparation. It has proved a .thoroughly reliablo remedy for the cure of Coughs, Colds, and Bronchitis. Can never be given amiss. IT has Cared long-standing cases of Coughs and Colds after all other remedies have failed. The only remedy of any rea! service In Winter Coughs and Colds.- la 6d and 2g 6d'. ' " ■ : QPECIAIiTINCTURE OF PODOPHYLLUM (some--3 times called Mandrake, one of the oldest vegetable medicines known).—Nothina has ever yet been discovered to rival it for Btomach and Liver Disorders. ; • s ma IS Remedy will Relieve and Cure a Sick HeadX ache accompanied with Indigestion in a few hours. The best Liver and Stomach Regulator known. piURA CLAVA.—LadieB who suffer excruciating \J pain frcm their Corns should not fail to try tbla wonderful Remedy. The gonulne bears my signature across tho-label. EOR Hard Corns and Bunions there iB really nothing like it. No' paring required. It dries Instantly, and does not Boil anythii.g. Look out for Imitations, le 6d. TIOOTHAOHE.-By u«lng Odontaigicon for this dlatressing malady, many hours of agonising pain may be prevented. Its uncommon merits compel recognition, la. " CBCIL GARDNER, Journalist, Auckland, writes '• I have much pleasure in testify Ing to the benoflclal offect of your Odontaigicon for tho instantaneous cure of toothacho" ■ - BROWNE, OxloidCottage. DundaßßtreeMvrites": • ■-, 'Your Cura Clavahaahad the effect within four dayß, of removing a com of many years' standtae from my right foot, relieving me from much pain." IT having como to the knowledge of the Proprietor , of Oura G ava that spurious imitations are beinc put m tho market, purchasers are requested to note that each genuine bottlo bears M. MARSHALL'S signature acroeß the label. 18a p MiaOKHANEOUB STJIRISCO MAIL.^-Mr GLOVER'B Llthoeraphlc JO PORTRAIT : will mall for Id stamp.-Samuel Beet, artHt, Filleul sweet. . lfs R MILNER STEPHEN LEAVES Dunedin on Saturday Afternoon, FOR THREE DAYS ONLY, in consequence of hia having important cases under treatment. , Tl/fR MILNER STEPHEN will RETURN to DunIVJL ediiKon WEDNKSDAY, 17th instant, in time for his usui#Publlc Healing at Old KaoxChurch. Its-NOTIOE.-I beg to Intorm tho parties who con nected my name with tho Police Court proceodinga on tho Bth inst. that it was not a momber of my family.—Edward Lyonp.Oroacent Hotel, Manßfordt°w°- . ' lls IGNOR HUG, the Medical Clairvoyant, can bo CONSULTED till TUESDAY, the 16th September, at Moray place. jQg SIHNOR OTTO HU? will LEAVE Dunedin fo~rMelbourne on the 18th September by the Manapouri - ■' 10s MADAME M'QUEEN, Ladies' Hairdresser, Wlgtnßkor, and Hair Jewoller. uomblnea mad np., trfiyrt APrlnnx _ B8 O»nr(rMt»r«»» ii ß MFS MILTON hi» Bosum d bcr CUTTING and FITTIDG OLABSE3 for Young Ladle*. Tonna ac uro»l.--Bt. Andrew Btreet. IBro
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