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JUST LANDED, A Special Line in Bicycle-wßeel PERAMBULATOBB,1 In Maroon, Green, and Blue. Lamps, Lampware, and Gas Stover. RABBIT TRAPS: THE BAMOUS " MOA" BRANB. BHBBP AND BABBIT EETTINS.I THE NEW ZEALAND HARDWARE COMPANY (LIMITED), WHOLESALE AND BBTAIL IRONMONGERS, CUMBERLAND^ STREET (Near Bailway Station), DtOTKDIN. 3lm "PARLY CLOSING. MOLLISON, MILLS,. & CO. Have much pleasure In informing their numerous Customers and the' Publio generally that their ESTABLISHMENT will CLOSE EVBEY SATURDAY KVBHING at HINE O'CLOCK, oomnjencing from SATURDAY, BEPTBMBER 12tb. M., M., & CO. would respectfully urge all TO MAKB THBIB PUBOHASBS EABLY IN THE EVENING. s. & c. We have pleasure in drawing the attention of our Customers and the public generally to the LATEST STYLUS AKD DESIGNS In FURNITURE AND FURNISHINGS How arriving and to arrive, SPECIALLY SBLECTBD By c-ur Jdr Chishol— (who has jost retained from Bnglacd), At a Price that will ecible ta TO DEFY OOHPEIIIIOS, And ensure our Costomen BETTBB VALUE Than cm be offered by any other bente In the colony. SCOULLAE & OHISHOLM, BATTBAY STBBET. DUNBDIN. "OOYAL MAIL LINE OF 'BUSES. FOETOBELLO. "Bus leaves Portobello for Dunedin DAILX at 8 a.m., returning at 3 p.m. Fare, Is each way, and from Waverley, fid j children under 10 years of age, half-price. Coach leaves Sandymouat at 5.30 a.m. every TUESDAY, THURSDAY, and SATUBDAY, returning from Dnnedin at 3 p.m. DAVID SBATON, Proprietor, 4 m y Power's Stables. Maclaggan street. RIDING, by Kerr, 2s 6d; Davidson's Old Order and Kew, Is 3d; The Pope on Labour. 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Family Herald Supplement, vol. 38. 33 ; postage, 9d. Tasty Dishes, Is 3d ; postage, 3d. Natural Law In the Spiritual World, Professor Drnmmond, 4s; postage, 9d. The Thousand Best Poems, 3s ; postage, 9d. Cole's Fun Doctor, 3s; postage, 9d. ' ALEXANDER SLIGO, Bookseller. Manufacturing Stationer, Bookbinder, 42 George street, Dunedin. Agent for the Publications of the New Zealand Government. , SYDNEY-SIDE SAXON, by Rolf* Boldrewood, 2s 6d and 3s 6d Life's Handicap; being Stories of Mine Own People, by Eudyard Kipllug, 7s The Double Brent, by Nat Gould, 2s 6d Two Girls on a Barge, by V. Cecil Cotes, 4s Bigbt Days, by B. K. Forrest, 2s 6d and 3s Grape Growing for Amateurs, by B. Moljneaux, Is 3d Modern Science and Modern Thought, by S. Lalng, v A Modern Zoroastrtan, by S. Laing, 4s Problems oi the Future, by S. Laing, 4s Sketches in Indian Ink, by H. G. Keene, 2a 6d and 3s 6d The Diary of a Fllgrlmng?. by Jerome K. Jerome, 4s Shirley, by Charlotte Bronte. 9d. 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Ss lid, 9j ad, 103 9a Gent*' Canvas Walking Shoes, 7s yd. DONTINKNTAL BOOT DEPOT, Opposite Poet Office, Princes street, 1(0

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 6, Otago Daily Times, Issue 9249, 17 October 1891

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 6 Otago Daily Times, Issue 9249, 17 October 1891

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