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Page 1 Advertisements Column 7, Issue 7913, 22 May 1889
DRAPERY. ERBERT, HAYNES, AND CO. CARPET DEPARTMENT. In this Department we are now showing a Stock which, for quality, variety, and choiceness of design, is unapproachable in New Zealand. We have at present an excellent assortment of Eastern Rugs and Mats, comprising amongst others the following : Persian Rugs Anatolian Rugs Mirziporc Rugs Tanjore Rugs Turkey Rugs Daghestan Rugs Burmah Rugs Mecca Rugs And a variety of other Rugs and Mats in all the most recent novelties. FURNISHING DEPARTMENT. We have just opened, ex s.s. Coptic, a large parcel of CURTAINS for Winter use. These, in addition to our formerly extensive stock, place us in a position to confidently affirm that never before has such variety or value been obtainable in Dunedin. We note as under a few of the novelties in CURTAINS to which we refer: SILK DAMASK CURTAINS ARRAS TAPES rRY CURTAINS CHENILI/E STRIPE CURTAINS BURMESE TAPE3TRY CURTAINS INDIAN CRBPE CURTAINS HOLYROOD TAPESTRY CURTAINS And, in addition to the above, a very large stock in all qualities of Madras Muslin, Estamene, Furl, Lace, Tapestry, and other Curtains, Materials for Door Curtains and Hall Portieres in Plushette, Cross Stripes, and Art Serge. Window Poles and patent self-acting Door Rods in great vaiiety. HERBERT, HAYNES, AND 00. DRESS DEPARTMENT. We are now showing our First Shipments of NOVELTIES for the Autumn. The improvements in Colors and Blendicgs which have been taking place during the last few seasons may now be said to have reached a culminating point, with the result that we may justly say never has our STOCK comprised such a CHOICE SELECTION as at present—the variety being so extensive that all tastes are catered for, while each style of dress is unapproachable of its kind Having made the combining of col. ra a special study, Ladies wishing to deviate from the ordinary run of dress, and desirous of obtaining a Costume which embraces that great desideratum, SOMETHING NEW, SOMETHING STYLISH, AND SOMETHING CHEAP, will find an Inspection of our Stock well repay them. Amongst the many NEW SHADES the following are most in request: — Blotting Paper Old Rose Terra Cotta Jupiter Crevette Shrimp Sanguinary Red Flax Green Laurel Watercress Myrtle Lawyer Green Baltic Olive Gloxinie Bronze Navy Paon Anemones Tans Beaver Browns Granite Grey. GOAL NOTICES. IHE PEOPLE'S COAL. Consumers are requested to ask for the People's Coal. It is the best and cheapest Coal from the Green Island District. E. G. ALLEN, Vogel street. TAMES GD3SON, Coal Merchant, Vogel V street, Dunedin, has in Stock Coalbrookdale, Newcastle, Kaitangata, Shag Point, Walton Park, Freeman, and Green Island Coal. Having the largest Staff In the Bnslnesi our Orders are delivered promptlv. A Government Guarantee of the weight with each load. 10ALBR00KDALE COAL. L 7 Unscreened, 32s per ton. Screened, 35s per ton. Delivered Dunedin or Suburbs by all the leading Coal Merchants, In the opinion of many householders the Unscreened Coal is more economical than the Screened. By damping the slack a hot and economical fire can be made. Directions for the nse of Coalbrookdale Coal to be bad from all Coal Merchants. Dunedin, Ist March, 1889. ABBOTSFORD COLLIERY (FREEMAN'S) XTRACTS from evidence given before the J Supreme Court at Dunedin (see 'Otago Daily Times' and 'Morning Herald' of Bth July, and Evening Star of 7th July, 1889): " James Louden, mine manager of the Walton Park Coal Company, said that the best coal for household purposes in Green Island wa got from FREEMAN'S Pit." KAITANGATA RAILWAY AND COAL COMPANY, LIMITED. KAITANGATA COAL. THE special qualities of the KAITANGATA COAL are its general cleanness and entire absence of dirty smoke, requiring no attention whatever once the fire is made; and householders who use it exclusively will, no doubt, recognise the great saving of constant cleaning and sweeping. To mix it with other Coals scarcely gives it justice, and the Company recommend consumers to use it alone, when its full advantages can be realised. Sold and delivered by all Coal Merchants in Dunedin and suburbs. EDUCATIONAL. SINGING, VOICE PRODUCTION, AND PIANOFORTE. l/TRS WM. MURPHY (Pupil of Madame WL Chambers), Musio Studio, High street 3 doora above Princess's Theatre). RS T. A. MOLLET (late Miss Robertson), Medallist at South Kensington, is desirouß of obtaining Pupils in Drawing and Painting. During her course she gained the unusual distinction of taking both Silver and Bronze Medals in the highest section of Art, paintingf rom the human model (including portrait painting). Mrs Mollet also holds a very high testimonial from the Principal of the National Art Training Sohool, S.K. AddressCorner of Pitt and Queen streets. UNEDIN School of Art, Moray place.— f Evening Classes, Mondays and Wednesdays, for the Btudy of Freehand and Model Drawing, Drawing and Painting from the antique, Painting in monochrome, Modelling in clay, etc. Tuesdays and Thursdays: Practical, Plane, and Solid Geometry; Mechanical and Architectural Drawing. Fndayß: Drawing and Painting from the living model. Open from 7 to 9. Fee, 10s 6d. DAVID C. HUTTON, lOLIN AND PIANOFORTE STUDIO , (above the Dresden Pianoforte Warehouse).—Mr EPHRAIM PARKER (Teacher of the Violin) and Mr JOSEPH MOSS (Teacher of the Pianoforte and Singing) will receive Pupils at the above address. Bands supplied for Theatrical Performances, Concerts arranged, ties attended. Private address; The Laurels, Albany street,
Page 1 Advertisements Column 7, Issue 7913, 22 May 1889
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