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New Zealand Tablet, Volume XV, Issue 4, 20 May 1887, Page 12
CONTINENTAL! The /CONTINENTAL BOOT DEPOT Will hold a BIG DISCOUNT SALE, Commencing on Saturday next. We beg to inform our Patrons and their friends that we have bought from MR. WALTER CLARKE, the well-known Dunedin Boot Manufacturer, hii LARGE & WELL-SELECTED STOCK, from his late George Street shop. We are certain that the prices we have marked them will entice the most sceptical to buy. CONTINENTAL BOOT DEPOT Opposite Post Office. ARTISTIC TAILORING. WM. SUTHERLAND, for the last seven and a-half years Cutter for Mollison, Duthie and Co., George street, and also a number of years in some of the leading houses in Princes street, wishes to state that he will Open on the 2nd April in 169 George street, and hopes his Friends and the Public will take note of the following advantages Good Fit,Style,and Workmanship Guaranteed Gent.'s Sac Suits, Durable Scotch Tweed (value never equalled in Dunedin), £2 15s, net cash. Gent.'s Tweed Trousers (you will not require two pairs of these to give you satisfac- tion), 13s 6d. Bnits of Allwool Tweed and Serge, from £3 3s. Fancy Coatings, Vestings, and Trouserings in stock. Note the Address 169 George Street (opposite Mr. Humffray'e, (stationer). GRASP THIS STARTLING FACT. The Finest Teas in the World. The Proprietors of the INDIAN TEA DEPOT Princes Street, Dunedin, Respectfully ask the Public to Taste and Judge for themselves. (SHOULD be tasted by every Tea OUR I Drinker. 2s 4n J SHOULD find a place on every M V BieakfasMable. TEA. /ONCE TASTED, will always be in request. OUR 2s ls a Good Tea at a Reasonable Price TEA. WPREBENTS4» Bee Window.