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ATTENTION TS drawn to Iho PRICES and QUALITY JL of our LOVELY VENETIAN CLOTHS. Beautiful shades in Red, Navy, Green, and Brcwn. Prices— 2s 6d, 2s lid, 3a 6d, 3s lid to 6b 6d COME AND SEE THEM, And Placo your Order for a Now Dress with GEORGE & GEORGE, CUBA-STREET, RIDDIFORD-STREET, PETONE, and PALMERSTON.

LAST WEEK OF OUR BIG BAUiiAIN BOOT SALE ! NEXT WEEK will bo tho LAST WEEK of our Salo, and your lost chanco to socure Boots and Shoes at Sale Prices. For next week and the remainder of this wo are offering some Special Bargains, also a number of Job Lines at exceptionally low prices to clear. MiSX'S KNGI/ISH Cowhide Boats, hocltips, reduced to 8-3 8d ; Strong Chromo Boots, now 9s lid MEN'S ENGLISH Welted Boots, 21s now 16s lid ; Button do, 21s now 17s 5d MEN'S " AMERICAN Wolted Boots, 21s now 15s lOd; Button, 19s 6d now 15s lid MEN'S COLONIAL BOOTS, 12s 6d now 10s lid, 15b 6d for 13s sd, 18s 6d now 15s lid LADIES' ENGLISH SHOES, now 4s lOd, 6s lid tor 5s sd, 10s 6d -now 7s lid; Boots, 16es- 6d now 12s lid LADIES' AMERICAN SHOES, 8s lid now 7s sd, 10s 6cl for 8s sd ; Boots, i 15s 6d now 11s lOd ! LADIES' COLONIAL SHOES, now 6s lOd, 10a 6d for 8s lid, 12s 6cl for 10s i I lid; Boots, reduced to 8s lid, 10s 6d, . 12s 6d FOOTBALL BOOTS, Canvas, loatherlincd, now la 6d ; Best Chrome, reduced to 3s lid. POTTER h SOIN T , OP. GOVERNMENT BUILDINGS. BANK HOLIDAY. ST. GEORGE'S DAY. IN terms of "Tho Bank Holidays Act, 1902," tho Banks throughout Kew Zealand will bo closed on MONDAY, 23rd APRIL, 1906. • KHANDALLAH. A DVERTISER would Rent or Leasn — t3l comfortablo aud convenient 6 or 7 loomed House at Khandal'ah or Crofton ; good view essential; lease with right of purchase preferred. Reply, giving particulars and probable dato of occupation, lo I GOOD TENANT, 1 Care Evening Post. LEFT-OFF CLOTHING. rTT ADIES' and Gentlemen's Euperior MisJU fit nnd Left-off Clothing bought; highest pvi<.o given; letters attended to. Mrs. Botterill, 13, Ingestre-street. Tclc■phono 2579. Al QUALITY. SPOONS and Forks are the only quality we icll, and also tho best to buy. The sale of our Tab,lo Silver is increasing i, weekly. There, must be a reason for thfs. : 'li you a-re interested in goods of high quality, come and see our stock. STEWART DAWSON AND CO., i Wellington. 1 PRIVATE HOSPITAL. NURSE KERR'S Privato Hospital (registered), "Windcmeie," Hoine-st., | oft Kcnt-torrace. Surgical and Medical | C_asos. Vacancies for Inlying Patients. A SECRET — Many people wonder about the progress of tho Boot Emporium in Willis-street, next the Albert Hotel. Well, I don't mind telling tho secret. Hard work and honesby, in addition to a. very largo and varied stock of assorted English, American, and Colonial Footwear, the best quality, bedrock prices. Repairs executed. F. Lecce, next Albert Hotel. ZOLAK is a famous French Skin Food, sold in jars Is 6d and 2s 6d, all chemists and stores, also D.I.C. It is a faco and complexion beautifier. 1 tf^HUTNEE'and~Fk:klcs7~ vTnTtlopk's aro V^ tho best. They givo a relish to all meals. Should bo used this kind of weather. . 1 itiHT TESTING is now a great ope" ciality at Lloyd's, 55, Lambton-quay. Spectacles aud Eye-glasses in gold, nickol, nnd steel frames. HAIRS (superfluous) painlessly destroyed, without injuring tho most delicate skiv. Remedy forwarded. Call or wrlto for particulars, Airs. Goodman, Palmerston Buildings, Palmerston North. Note — Tho oldest established and most 'successful remedy. Beware of worthlcsj imitations. No agents. OILSKINS.; — Save money and palrorriso local industry by getting your oil(.kins this winter from tho Wellington Oilskin Factory, 35, Taranaki-streoc (corner' Jessie-street). Wo re-oil all goods purchased from us freo of cost. fIPtHE groat blood lonic and purifier U JL Salek's Sapaparilla, specially prepared for boils, pimple 3, ulcerated legs, bad blood, rheumatism, indigestion, and constipation. Prico 2s 6d. W. Salek, Sydney Chemist, 17, Wil hVatreel. ryOLAK beautifies tho Faco and Corh- ** plexion, produces tho rose tints of a youthful bloom on Iho faces of the old. •Sold in jars ls 6d and 2s 6d. Chomists! tstorea, and D.I.C ' 1 APERHANGINGS are a specialty with •Smith and Smith, Limited, opposito Town Hall. Largo stocks of ' English, Canadian, and Continental goods. Patterns and prices on application. i TNDIGESTIOX TEA, no tannin, suit- ■*- ablo for people who cannot lako ordinary tea ; fine flavour. Anli-corpuloncy Pills for stoutness. Prico 2s 6d box. W gajck^jyj,,,,? 11 ? I"'^.1 "'^. 17. Willis-street. pAINTS Ready Mixed ; cheap. An~odd a ,\ of and 2' b tins ; tins damaged, 4d per lb. W. G. Tustin, 89, Wil-hs-strcot. W-HITJ.UCK'B Pickles, Chutneo. and c ij. bauct> , 8 fiivo a relish to your lunch. bold everywhere. Ask for Whitloek's. 1 A RTISTS' Materials.— All requisites in •cv Etock — Colours, Brushes, Canvasses, q F / ! i! > '/T C - tc -. ; ,} owos t Prices. Smith and Smith _(L»-itodJ^_oppoßUe_Town Hall. 1 ■\^ELLiNGTON~^CIoaiiTng Co.— WnT- » » clow, House, and Qffico Cleaning. Oarpet Boating by patont machinery. 25, Dixon-stroet. Phono 2224. f^OuxuaXLS. — Rugby and Association -*- J3a113 just landed ; very be3t mukc, vf'wMi 1 ?" 008 - Re y"°Mfi, Sports Depot, 74, Willis-street. _^ OLAK, French Skin Food, applied to *H\ tho face nightly, makes tho skin firm and velvoty and of good appearance. All beautiful women uso it. Jars ls 6d, 2s 6d. All chemists, jtores, and D.I.C. 1 TRY STENT ANlTcoTs BOTTLED ALE AND STOUT, jpeeially browed from malt and hops {or privato use; quarts, 7b ; pints, 4s ; casks, 2» per gallon. Central Brewery, Quin-street, off Oliuzqoe-rftreet. Telephonn 571. 1 "OERMALINE Bread is not malt bread. JL B Ask the baker for Bcrmaiino Broad. No indigestion with Bcrmaiino Broad. 1 /fSOLUKN Eaglo and Southern Cruts HJT Jam* ' aro tho best made. Pur,o iruit ,aud lUjiur oulx. Ask Ike grocort - } t

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 4, Evening Post, Volume LXXI, Issue 91, 18 April 1906

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