Manawatu Herald, Volume III, 5 March 1891, Page 2
The Cash C earing Sale of Jobbt-rns A Co. Bankrupt Stook by Boss & Sandforh, in Main Street, Foxton is still proceeding with unabated interest. Cash purchasers of Drapery & Clothing are invited to pay an early visit of inspection. Boss & SaxdrosD. To-morrow we invite special attention to the remarkably cheap lots in our dress department at Te Aro House, those who will throng that counter and make their selections from the array of bargains displayed will have every reason to be thankful for the institution of " The Fair." To morrow we shall offer dress lengths of French cashmeres in several beautiful shades of the new greens at 25s for 12s 6d, dress lei gths of the fashionable coloured mohairs at 15s for 10s 6d and dress lengths of black grenadines reduced to 5b lid at " The Fair " Te Aro House. To-morrow we shall sell full dress lengths of the following double width material, viz : — Delairns at 9s lid for 6s lid. Escarte at 128 6d for 8s lid. Beiges at 16s 6d for 10s 6d, Knioker Tweeds at 21s for 12s 6d. Striped Cashmeres at 16s 6d and Figured Sittings at 21s 6d for 15 9d at " The Fair " Te Aro House. Tomorrow we shall show dress lengths of Bummer mohairs, reduced from 5s Gd to 2s lid summer checks reduced from 7s 6d to 3s lid, summer flakes reduced from 8s fid to 4s lid summer tweeds reduced from 12s to 6s 6d at •' The Fair " Te Aro House. To-morrow we have resolved to dear out all our .Remnants of Black Satins, Coloured Satins, Black Silks, Coloured Silks. Black Silk Velvets, Coloured Silk Velvets and all drees fabrics at ha f price at "1 he Fair,"