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Clutha Leader, Rōrahi III, Putanga 132, 19 Kohitātea 1877, Page 8
Business "STotioes "PIKBT DISPLAY OF NEW SPRING GOODS BY . BROWN, EWING, and CO. Millinery— '.'■'' The Millinery Bonnets ahd Trimmed Hats for this season embrace some beautiful designs by the first Paris and London artistes. Straw Goods — All the leading shapes in Straw Hats, including, the "May- field," "Genista," " Tulip," and " Vivian," which are to be the leading favorites for sum- mer wear. Mantles—- We direct particular attention to the new Cashmere and Nett Mantles, and also the Mantal-. laise Jackets. Among the leading shapes are the Hilda, Clarendine, Laiira, and Fa- vorite. 'Silks— A large and choice collection of Marriage and Evening Silks, Moire Antiques — Black, self- colored, and Fancy, for street wear, all purchased previous to the late rise in silk goods. Dresses — To this department our buyer for several seasons devoted more than ordinary attention, /which has resulted in ' a large increase of business ; but at "no previous time Aye have been able to offer such a choice of Dress Fabrics as at present, •ana at very moderate prices. Faney — The introduction of the new colors, Biscuit, Cream, Ecru, Bege^, and Cardinal, has origi- nated many real novelties in Scarfs, Ties, Bows, Ribbons, Laces, Ruchings, Rufflings, Sunshades, Feathers, etc. etc., of which we have an immense variety. Underclothing — We have just opened six cases of Underclothing and Baby Linen ; also Robes, Squares, Hoods, Carrying Cloaks, etc., etc. A full range of life-size Paper Models, representing latest styles in Dresses, Cos- tumes, Capes, etc. etc. BROWN, EWING, & CO,, a 443 DUNEDIN. VULCAN FOUNDRY, GREAT KTNG STREET, 'DUNEDIH. KINCAID, M'QUEEN, & CO. -I"MPO£TEKB, Iron Shipbuilders, Boilermakers, Engineers, Millwrights, Founders Blacksmiths, &c. All kinds of castings in braas •a.nd iron done ; steam engines »nd boilfirs male and repaired ; overshot, breast, and tarbine water wheels ; quartz crushing machinery ; pumping and winding .gear ; cast iron sluices and ripple plates ; sheet iron hopper and sluice plates to any size of hole ; gold dredging spoons, punched &c. ; flour mill machinery made and repaired ; all kinds of reaping, threshing, horse-power machines, &c, repaired ; flax dressing machines made to order. mHE OTAGO FOUNDRY Cumberland Street, Dunedin. J. DAVIDSON ■'& Co., (Late Wm. Wilson,) Engineers, Boiler Makers, and Iron Founders Machinery of all kinds made to order Also Engines, Boilers, and every description of Brasß, Wrought Iron, and 140 Cast Iron Work. S'VTEAI THRASHING %. MACHiN.ES. Steam Tlarashing Machines, .with all the latest?improvem.ents, by Richard Garrett and^Sops, of Suffolk, ..England. ,f4ft 6in / # ahd^lSft^drum. r" J | Jf J . r- 'Ji Alston sale — I^o-KVp. station'a-rjgejSteam Engine^ Agent for;/Ga#ett & i3ons, „.-'"*- Highest.,^Dunedin. X a 675 — __ %__j_i ___ — ; : — OTAGO TIMBER YARD, STEAM SAW, PLANING, and MOULDING MILLS. SASH and DOOR FACTORY. ON HAND, Large and Full Assorted STOCKS OF TIMBERS and BUILDINff MATERIALS of every description. O"N SAL E , ! SCOTCH, AMERICAN, and COLONIA)} TIMBERS, , GALVANIZED IRON RIDGING, and SPOUTING, DOORS and SASHES, GLASS DOORS and CASEMENTS, ' MOULDINGS and ARCHITRAVES, CORNICE and SKIRTINGS, -. HURDLES, POSTS and RALLS, TURNERY, &0, . CEMENT and PLASTERS, ; SLATES and' DRAIN PIPES, GLASS, WIRE, &o„ COACHMAKERS' and WHEELWRIGHTS' jMATERIAL, ; . .'of Bvery pescriptibn. X-,. Jlllustrated Catalogues on application. - , 'FINDLAY & CO., Staarr, Castle, and Cumberland-streets, Dunedin.