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Page 1 Advertisements Column 6, Issue 7923, 3 June 1889
DRAPERY. IMPOST ANT. SPECIAL NOTICE. "ERBERT, HAYNES, AND CO. Beg to announce that on SATURDAY, JUNE 1, AND TO THE END OF THE PRESENT SEASON, The remainder of their Choice Stock of MANTLES, JACKETS, WATERPROOFS, DRESSING GOWNS. SKIRTS, ULSTERS, Etc., Etc., Will be Reduced to WHOLESALE PRICES, In order to effect a Material Cleat auce before STOCK-TAKING, JULY 31st. It ia also their intention to throw out Odd Lines regardless of cost, so that some REAL BARGAINS may be secured. SATURDAY, JUNE Ist, 1889. Wanted Known— HERBERT, HAINES, AND CO. Are clearing a lot of CHILDREN'S MANTLES AND JACKETS Regardless of Cost. Also, a lot of ULSTERS AND DOLMANS, Regardless of Cost. Also, SUMMER AND WINTER MANTLE 3 , Regardlesß of Cost. Also, SUMMER AND WINTER JACKETS, Regardless of Cost, Also, WATERPROOF MANTLES, Regardless of Cost. A rare opportunity is now offered to Purchase real.y First class Coods at the price of inferior goods. HERBERT, HAYNES, AND CO. CARPET DEPARTMENT. In this Department wo 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 Turkey Rugs Anatolian Rugs Daghestan Rugs Mirzapure Rugs Burmah Rugs Tanjore Rugs Mecca Ruga And a variety of other Rugs and Mats in all the moßt recent novelties. FURNISHING DEPARTMENT. We have just opened, ex s.s. Coptio, a large parcel of CURTAINS for Winter u=e. These, in addition to our formerly extensive stock, p'ace U:t in a position to confidently affirm that never before has such variety or value been obtainable in Dunedin. We note a» under a few of the novelties in CURTAINS to which we n fer : SILK DAMASK CURTAINS ARRAS TAPESTRY CURTAINS CHENILLE STRIPE CURTAINS BURMESE TAPEiTRY CURTAINS INDIAN CR*PE CURTAINS lIOLYROOD TAPESTRY CURTAINS And, in addition to the above, a very large stock in all qualities of Madras Muslin, Estameue, Furl, Lace, Tapestry, and other Curtains. Materials f'>r Dnor Curtains and Hall Portieres in Plushette, Cross Stripes, and Art Serge. Window Poles and patent self-acting Door Rods in great variety. HERBERT, HAYNES, AND CO. G?SU&A2TOB GOMPAHIS& STANDARD INSURANCE COMPANY. Kj Head Office : High street, Dunsdin. FIRE, MARINE, AND FIDELITY GUARANTEE RISKS Taken at LOWEST CURRENT RAT.^S. TROMAS R FISHER, General Manager. INSURANCE. n»RIT!Sn AND COLONIAL PROPERTY, FINANCE, AND ASSURANCE COMPANY, Limiikd. Market Street, Melbourne, Hjn. James Williamson (chairman), W. A. M'lntoih, Esq, James M'Dougall, Fsq. NEW Z SAL AND BRANCH : Principal Office ... 5 Bond street, Dunedin. Dirkotohs: William Brown, Efq., M.8., High street, Edward Pettit, Esq., Princes street, J. H. Moirieon, Esq., High street. All Insurance Business accepted at lowest current rates. Branche Agencies throughout Australia ind in London. Losseß promptly set'led in New Zealand. F. LUDLOW VOLLER, Resident Manager. WATCHMAEEKS. [Established 1802 | n AND T. YOUNG, 1 IMPORTERS, PRACTICAL WATCH AND CLOCK MAKERS, MANUFACTURING JEWELLERS, 88 PRINCES STRHET, DUNEDIN; Lambton Quay, Wellington Great North Road, Timaru; Thames street, Oamaru, G. AND T. YOUNft hold by far ihe Largest and Best Selected Stock of Watches, Clocks, Jewellery, Sterling Silver and Electro-plated Goods, Aneroids, Field and Opera Glasses, Spectacles, etc., in the colony. They desire to call spocial attention to the fact that while their articles for sale are of the BEST QUALITY, their prices are not higher than those of minor establishments, their object being to secure a large amount of patronage, and at the same time the approval of their customers. Inspection respectfully invited. EDUCATIONAL. SINGING, VOICE PRODUCTION, AND PIANOFORTE. MRS WM. MURPHY (Pupil of Madame Chambers), Musio Studio, High Btreet 3 doors above Princess's Theatre). VIOLIN AND PIANOFORTE STUDIO (above the Dresden Pianoforte Ware-house).-Mr EPHRAIM PARKER (Teaoher of the Violin) and Mr JOSEPH MOSS (Teacher of the Pianoforte and Singing) will reoeivo Pupils at the above address. Bands supplied tor Theatrical Performances, Concerts arranged, and Vocalists provided. Balls and Evening Parties attended. Private address: The Laurels, Albany street.
Page 1 Advertisements Column 6, Issue 7923, 3 June 1889
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