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BJTHE MICHTY HEALERS n? remember i ||g§s^^~aKffli«^^sßWßj3BßHH we ° ne °f * ne oho ; opst ftnek of boots Fm»**iU tf Wrapper mround fry itm. INSPECTION INVITED PBICE : Is 6d, 2s 6d and 4s 63 ; and So • by all- Merchants, Chemists, and Stores ; and xr a B. S. SOOFJELD, Chemist and Druggist at NN ° TE Addbess :~: ~ Mr. P Dutton's Ute Premises. GEORGE STREET, DTTNEDIN Po'e Proprietor and Manafactnrer of RED GORDON ROAD, MOSGIEL. CROSS REMEDIES: PETER DUTTON, MAT Y P O AD SOUTH nnJJ^m Chemist, 26 Cumberland street, Donedin. KOAD, SOUTH DUNEDIN.

GRAIN! GEAIN! GRAIN! Season ISO 4. OTAGO CORK AND WOOL EXCHANGE, VOGEL ST., DUNEDIN. - To the Farmers of Otago and Southland. ANOTHER Grain Season being at hind we take the opportunity of thanking our m^ny clients for their patronage in the past, and to apain tender our services for the disposal of their Grain here, or f jr shipment of sane to other market*, making liberal cash advances thereon, if required. SPECIAL FACILITIES FOR STORAGE.- We remind producers that we provide ppecial facilities for the satisfactory storage and risjosal of all kinds of farm produce Unr Rtoree are dry, airy, thoroughly ventilated, and in every respectr espect admirably adapted for the safe storage of grain, being convecieutly situated and connected to railw»y by private siding. Produce consigned to us is delivered direct into store, and ib saved the loss and waste incurred in unloading and again carting into warehouse. c , W ?£ KIY UCTION S^LIS.— We continue to bold regular WeeMy Auction b-alrs of lroriuce, as maugu;ated ty us tcacy yeßrs ago, ard -which have provide tentfie lal to veEdors ; std owing to our commaLdirg petition in the centre cf the trade, and cur large end ixundug fonrtcicn, we are in c(Estai)t touch with all tVe principal pram merchants, millers, and produce dealers, and are Hub enabUd to dif-pobe of consignments to the very best advaitage.'and with the least poeeibie delay. PBODUCE BALES EVERY MONDAY.-Onr sales are held every Monday morning at which samples of all the produce forward are exhibited. Account Sales are rendered within six days. CORN SACKS, CHAFF BAGS, &c.-Having made advantageous arrangements to meet tbercquiK-mentß of cli.nts, we can supply bent Calcutta Corn Backs, all size* at 1 ov.eat Prices ; also Chaff Bags, Seaming Twine, and all Farmers' Requisites. ■f, D , VA _ NT - AGES -— We (ffer producers the advantage of Jarga storage a»d un fqualltd show-iocm accommodation. TSo delays in offering. I spirt valutre and Btaff Jhe Lett Btrvice. Ihe lowebt scale of charges. The highest pricte, aLd prompt returns. * ' r v Sample Bags, Way Bills, and Labels sent oa applica'ion. DONALD REID &~CO., Ltd, DUNEDIN

Established 1861. W GREGG AND 00 • (Limited) Manufacturers of the Celebrated CLUB" COFFEE, "ARABIAN ' C OFFEE AND " FRENCH " COFFEE. (Net weight tins.) Also Exhibition Brand Coffee Eagle Brand Coffee Crown Brand Coffee ■ri™ v Rn t Brand Coffae (Gross \ eight tiae.) The Beet Value to the consumer known ia New Zealand. —EAGLE STARCH— Favourably spoken of by all who use it as the Best Made in New Zealand. SODA CRYSTALS, FLAVOURING ESSKNCK3, CURRY POWDER, AND PCRE PEPPER AND SPICKS, GUARANTEED. Ask your grocer for the above brands and yo» will not be disappointed in quality W GREGG k CO., DUNEDtN.

GLADSTONE HOTEL Maclaggan St., Dcnkdin JOHN COLLINS (late of the Al Hotel Peliohet Bay), Pbopbiktob. Having leased the above centrally situated Hotel, the proprietor is now prepared to offer First-Class Accommodation to the general public. The building has undergone a thoroagh r?no ration from floor to ceiling. The bedrooms are neatly famished and well ventilated. Tourists, Travellers, and Boarders will find all the comforts of a home. Suites of rooms for families. Hot, Cold ana bnower Baths. A SPECIAL FEATURE— Is. LuNCHEOK from 12 to 2 ooiook. The Very Beat of Wines, Ales, and Spir to supplied. Chabges Modebat*. Accommodation for over 100 guests. One of AlcockV Billiard Tables. JOHN COLLINS • Pbopkibtob.

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Page 28 Advertisements Column 2 New Zealand Tablet, Volume XXXII, Issue 29, 21 July 1904

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