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Mataura Ensign , Issue 192, 22 September 1896, Page 2
< < . Speoial Advertisements. > THE ONLY MACKINTOSH LADIES' MLOB MAIN STREBTj OVEEOOAIS ■ > • . in TO SOUTHLAND. *' ' MEASURE. W. SCOTT BEDFORD, THE MOST - BIDING BREECHES FASHIONABLE^ DEE STREET, LA])IEgl mmm WWm* • E ™ aAMnL HABITS. EMPORIUM. Cycling Costumes.
Nothing Succeeds like Success! SUCCESS PROVED ! TX7TnC!TAT THANKS the surrounding Settlers for tho VERY LIBERAL VV XLlio JL J± SUPPORT accorded him since taking over the late Mr E. K. MoLiskey's Boot Business, 15 months ago, and so a3 to keep up with the Growing Trade 'and to make room for a Larger and More Varied Stock, it was necessary to take More Commodious Premises. It is my intention to keep TJbie X«£u?gest Boot cwid Shoe Stock ixx Gore* In every case the Prices will be as LOW as it will be possible to make them. A FEW SPECIAL LINES ON HAND JUST NOW : Men's Balmorals, from . . 6/11, 7/11, 8/11 Ladies' Dairy Boots, from . . . • 5/9 Men's Walking Boots, from . . 8/6 Ladies' Walking Boots, from . . 5/11 Men's Walking Shoes, from . . 6/11 Ladies' Walking Shoes, from . . 6/0 Men's Canvas Shoes, from . . 4/11 Ladies' Canvas Shoes, from . . 3/11 Men's Leather Slippers, from . . 3/11 Ladies' Strong Leather Shoe 3. . 4/11 Men's Fireside Slippers, from . . 1/6 Ladies' Strong Leather Slippers . . 2/6 Men's Bluchers, from . . - . . 4/9 Ladies' Fireside Slippers . . . ■ 1/- Boys' and Girls' School Boots, from 2/11. VERY SPECIAL: Girls' KIP Nailed School Boots (10-13), 5s 6d. WESTON'S BOOT WAREHOUSE, OPPOSITE LEWIS & CO.'S PEEMISEB, Main. Street, Gore; LAST TWO WEEKS CARTER'S COLOSSAL SALE ! ~TN about £* Fortnight We shall toe Opening "sJe> New Season's Goods, but until they arrive we BhaJLl be offering Surplus Stock in many cases a-t £t>ncl unr>er Cost Price. REMNANTS of all kinds MUST BE CLEARED TO MAKE ROOM FOR NEW GOODS. SO COME EARLY FOR BARGAINS ! CARTER'S SALE ! CARTER'S SALE ! UP-TO-DATE HOUSE ! NEW ZEALAND CLOTHING FACTORY — FOB — MEN'S, BOYS' AND YOOTHS' CLOTHING, . . . HATS, MERCERY, ETC. Boots and Shoes. HALLENSTEIN BROS., J. C. ALLAN, Manager. The MUTUAL AGENCY Co., of N.Z., Ltd., GtRAIN j WE HAVE MUCH PLEASURE in intimating that our Weekly Grain Sales (held every MONDAY, at 10.30 a.m.). have become Thoroughly Established and Successful, and Vendors may rely on Full Market Bates being obtained for any Consignments. Our large and commodious Stores are second to none in Dune- din for tho handling and storage of grain in large or small quantities. STORAGE CHARGES : Receiving, Weighing, and Delivering, 3d per bag, which covers Free Storage for Three Months and Insurance; if sold ex truck, Id per bag only is charged. Commission, 2J per cent. STOCK : SALES OF FAT STOCK held regularly every WEDNESDAY at Burnside. Commission, 2J per cent. Special and Clearing Sales as per Arrangement. SKIN S : AUCTION SALES of Sheepskins and Rabbitskins every TUESDAY. li. MACLEAN, A. MATHESON, AUCTIONEER. SECRETARY. Seeds, season 1896. Seeds. J. H. KIRK & CO., INVEECARGILL, GORE, AND DUNEDIN, Agents fox? C;EMttt©:*»lbwLJ?y Seed Company, litd., , -TTTHOSE SEEDS SINCE THEIR INTRODUCTION TO SOUTHLAND HAVE GIVEN W UNQUALIFIED SATISFACTION. ON HANS: Colonial White Clovers (several grades). Colonial Red Clovera (several grades). Cowgrass, Timothy, Eape, etc., etc. Perennial Ryegrass, Italian Byegrass, Cocksfoot (superior machine dressed). :;-; '■•*■/- -:^_ SAMPLES ON APPLICATION TO ANY OF THE BRANCHES.