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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4, Issue 7909, 17 May 1889
LATE ADVERTISEMENTS. UTMOST value in Cash given for Second' hand Pianos, Challenge Piano Dep6t, 106 George street, B. R. Moss, manager, AMES HALE, cheap Pioture-fraraer and Cutler; Mouldings and Glass sold in small quantities. Hanover street. -fl AAA Very superior Spring Chickens, X hand-fed Ducks, Turkeys, Game of all descriptions expected. Bull. INTER Clothing for Men and Boys,— Beat assortment in the Colony ; extraordinary value. Clothing Factory, Octagon. D'CTHIB 13ROS.—Just opened, grand lot Men’s Waterproof Coats, hand-stitched. UTHIE BROS , for Colonial and English Blankets, cannot be beaten. DUTHIB BROS, hold large stock of Ladies’ Jackets, Ulsters, Mantles, and Fur-lined Cloaks. DUTHIE BROS.-Colonial Dreas Tweeds, Is 11 (60 patterns); Melton Cloth, Gfd; Striped and Checked Dress Tweeds (just opened), 10Jd. DUTHIB BROS. Tailoring, Dress and Mantle Making, and Millinery are under able heads, and give great satisfaction. ARTER AND CO. hold a splendid stock of Warm Winter Clothing; 18 carat goods at very low prices: tall early and see. CARTER AND CO. for Whit* Blankets, from 5s lid pair: grand lot Ladies’ and Children’s Warm Gloves, Cuffs, Mitts,etc., from 6d pair; Infantees, from 43d, giand value. CARTER AND CO. for Fur Boas, from Is up; Fur Capes, from 4s lid ; W«rm Ulsters, Ladies’ and Children’s, cheap. CARTER AND CO. for Mantle Cloth", grand lot; Dogskins, from 2s lid yard ; Astraohans, from 6a lid : Sealskin, from 5s lid yard ; Curl Cloths, from 4a lid; Mantles made to order. CLOTHING. Carter’s Clothing Department, under the management ot Mr Robertson (late of the Granite Houeo and Port Chalmers). Grand stock of Clothing, CLOTHING.— Men’s Tweed Trousers, from 4 1 lid; Men's Cardigan Jackets; Men’s Football Jerseys, from 2s lid ; Boys’ Jerseys, from 2* 3d, SPECIAL.— Carter and Go, buy their goods as cheap as any firm, no matter how large; and as they do business for ready money only, make no bad debts, and are satisfied with a smaller margin of profit than many of their competitors, who give a large amount of credit and make their cash customers pay for those who don’t trv Carter and Co , and no'e the value they offer. Herbert. Haynes. Plain Knitted Pants, Gs pair. Special cheap lino, well worth inspecting. HERBERT, HAYNES.— IO dozen Men’s Heavy-ribbed Colonial Knitted Pants, 6s 9d pair. The cheapest pant ever offered, ERBERT, HAYNES, AND C 0.—20 dozen Men’s Ribbed Colonial Pants, 7s 6d pair; give excellent wear. ERBERT. HAYNES, AND CO. —l3 dozen Colonial Ribbed Fingering Sox. Is lid pair—splendid value ; 10 dozen Ribbed Worsted Sox, la Gd pair; 6 drzen Plain Worsted Sox, Is pair. TVUNEDIN Co-operative Meat Supply Com•Ls pany are slaughtering Extra Prime Lambs from Mr Beattie’s, and Cattle from Mr Gibson’s, Taicri. TATEST shipments of Ulsters, Dolmans, J Jackets, and Macintoshes; splendid value. Mrs Gill, Prinoes street. MILLINERY.— Largest and Most Choice Assortment in City to choose from, Mrs Gill, Princes street. DRESS Materials, splendid variety. Dressmaking under the experienced management of Miss Cable Mrs Gill. Princes street. BRING your Repairs to our Tailor (oppsitc Cricket Ground, King street); suits cleaned, pressed, 3s Gd, first-class. SEE Blanket Window. "Special f-how” at Brown, Ewing, and Co.’s, Princes street BLANKETS. Blankets. —Mosgiel Bankets, plain and twilled, in 9-4, 10 4, 11-4, and *2-4 sizes; over 700 pairs to select from, and at the lowest possible prices. At Brown, Ewing, and Co.’s. BLANKETS, Blankets —Wellington Blankets, plain and twilled; 3Copahs just received from tbo mills; reliable goods, well made, and will not shrink in tbo washing. Brown, Ewing, and Co, BLANKETS. Blankets.—Kaiapoi Blankets, plain make only; 250 in stock, all at last year’s prices, and made of the finest and softest wools, Brown, Ewing, and Co. SEE Blanket Window at Brown, Ewing, and Co,’a. Princes street. M’LIWTOOK’S Russian Down Quilts, direct from the makers; beautiful goods in Flowered Satins. Oretone do Chines, and other new coverings, Kindly inspect. At Brown, Ewing, and Co.’s. LOTHlNG”Department. 100 Men’s Saddle Tweed Suits (extra strong). 555; our own make; genuine co’onial tweed. Brown, Ewing, and Co.
Brown, Ewing, and 00. CLOTHING Dei artment. 135 Men’s Wellington Tweed Suite, 37s fid; our own make; a leading line, thoroughly shrunk and well made. Brown, Ewing, and Co. CLOTHING Department. 200 pairs Ashburton Saddle Tweed Trousers. 19s 6d; our own make; nothing better to be had for everyday wear. Brown, Ewing, and 00. CLOTHING Department. Another 500 pairs Corduroy Trousers; wear resisting goods; only 9s (id pair; our own make; see door and window. Brown, Ewing, and Co. CLOTHING Department.—Brown, Ewing, and Co. make a special study of Boys’ and Youths’ Clothing. All garments made on the premises. Special orders attended to and satisfaction guaranteed, CLOTHING Department.—Brown. Ewing, and Co. have on exhibition a special lino of 1,500 Boys’ Colonial Tweed Suits ; 7s fid to 10s 65; all our own make; new winter styles. KOWN, EWING, AND CO.—Brown, Ewing, and Co. are offering some noat-fitting Boys’ and Youths’ Overcoats (detached cape), 17s fid to 27s fid; our own make; tempting value. ROWN, EWING, AND OO.—Brown, Ewing, and Co. are doing a large volume of business in Boys’ and Youths’ Tweed Overcoats (detached cape). Heads of families will do well by having a look through our stock before purchasing. EMNANTS. Remnants. Remnants.— Cl/ Money can be saved by buying at the Remnant House, George street. B HOUSE—Cheapest House in Town for Drapery of all descriptions at lowest prices for cash. R~~ EMNANT HOUSE for Colonial-knitted Stockings. Gloves, from fid pair; Stockings, from fid. Corsets, Aprons, Lace. REMNANT HOUSE —Cheapest House for Calicoes, Cretonnes, Curtains, Quilts, Blankets, Hollands, Forfars, Ladies’and Children’s Handkerchiefs. RBMNANT~HOUBB for Dress Stuffs. Good heavy Dress Tweed, from 7s fid dozen. Collars, Cuffs, Ribbons, etc THB Public Benefit Boot Company are now offering a great variety of Goods for Winter wear, COMPRISING Men’s and Youths’ Leggings, Clogs and Pattens, Warm Slippers, Dale’s Dobbin for softening and waterproofing, TOGETHER with their immense Stock of Boots and Shoes, which will be offered at exceptionally low prices DURING . Winter Months. The Benefit Boot Company will Close at Seven (Saturdays excepted). B. B. Ingram, manager. PLUSH Hats. 12s 6d; Felts, 10s fid; Straws, 7s fid. Our Hats look well, wear well, suit well, sell well, because all Fresh, i New Goods. Come and see. Get Fitted, Suited, and Satisfied with value received. H. and B, Brownlie. iiwaj?. l !* Bw-jJB
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