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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3, Issue 7927, 7 June 1889
LATE ADVERTISEMENTS. aBNUINE Goliath Rhubarb Roots, Gs a dozen (buy only from the grower); Early , Seed Potatoes, Cabbage and Cauliflower Plants, , 1 Heib Roots. At Pryor’s, Princes street. S EOOND-HAND Books Bought at Bgaithwaite’s Book Arcade, DU THIE BROs7—JolTPurchase :40 dozen Ladies’ Tan Kid Gloves, 4-clasp, at 4a 6d —worth Os. DUTHIB BROS.—2O dozen Ladies’ Black Kid Cloves, 4-clasp, at 4s lid-worth f a (VI. DFTfIIE BROS, for Ladies’ Tan Kid Gloves, G-clasp, at 4s Gd (only a few loft) —worth Cm, UTHIE BROSTfor Colonial Flannels and Blankets, all under mill prices. "UTfTIK BROsT"foT'Ulster Tweeds of evoiy kind. Grand line Double-width Melton Cloth, 3a Gd. JjlOR DRAPERY OR CLOTHING ffllßY Carter and Co., who keep a splendid I assortment of all the most Reliable Makes of Drapery, etc., and offer better value for ready money than auy firm in town. Novelties j -.st opened in Ribbons, Ladies’ Tweed Caps, Le.tber Belts, and other scarce lines. jhi LOTHING.—' Try Carter and Co. —Splendid \ > variety of all the Newest kinds of Boys’ and Men’s Clothbg; newest cut and good patterns at the lowest ready-moucy prices; just opened, another lot of Boys’ and Men’s Football Jerseys, Boys’ Knicker Pnits, Overcoats, etc.; cheaper than ever; call and see. The public benefit boot com PANY guarantee best value in P.oots and Shoes that money can procure. LADIES’ Balmorals and Walking Shoes— Novelties special lines; style, ju ice, and quality combined, Worth seeing. ENTS’ Ba'morals, Gookhams. and other X makes—We are offering some splendid Bargains at greatly Reduced Prices. iOLOGS, Patten 1 ’, Men’s and Youths’ LegA > gings. Dale’s Dubbin, warm Slippers. Public Benefit Boot Company, 40 Princes street. MONEY can be obtained from R. Francis, Octagon (upstairs, next Athcmeum). Repaid weekly, monthly, or otherwise. lE. PARTRIDGK (from Stegg and ManJ» tic’s, London) lias now on show all the latest Styles in Autumn Millinery, Wings, Ribbons, etc, ; Ostrich Feathers Curled and Fyed to any shade, equal to new. DRESSMAKING on the premises; good fit guaranteed. Mourning Orders promptly excuted. All goods of the best quality, at lowest town prices. Corner St. Dat'd and Cumberland streets. JAMES HALE, cheap Pioture-framer and Cutler; Mouldings and Glass sold in small quantities. Hanover street. RBMSEARDT AND CO., opposite Union Company, give highest prices for Babbitskins in large and small quantities. R BROWN, 3 George street, cheapest • draper in Dunedin. Small expenses, small profits, quick returns. In GEY Shirtings from BJd; Stout Cotton Shirtings from 4jd, Gd; Flannelettes, 4;fd ; Unbleached Twilled fchceting, Is IJd. Brown’s. SUPERIOR White Flannel from Is; Shetland flannel from Is 3d; Swanskin, WCached and unbleached, from lOjd. Browns. (OLORED Blankets from 5a Gd; White / Blankets from 10s Gd ; special line, extra size, 18a 9.1 At Brown’s. TT RESS Materials from bd ; Striped Skirt- * / ings, Is 3d ; Dress Tweeds from H;, ! d; New Jackets from 10s Gd. Brown’s. TWILLED Cretonnes, new patterns, from 4ifd; Hollands from OJ ; Unbleached Tabling, Is 4sd. At Brown’s. NEW Beaded Collarettes. 3d and 4d; Fancy Sets Collars and Cuffs, 4Jjd ; Bordered Handkerchiefs, Id. 2 b up __ LADIES’ Hose from Gd; Ladies’Cishmere Gloves from Gd ; Ladies’ Knitted Fingering Hose, Is 91; Children’s do. IHd. R BROWN, Draper, etc., 3 George street, • near Octagon. Cheapest Shop in Dunedin. A trial solicited. M ‘BEATIF5 Final Sale of Drapery for 30 days longer, prior to Closing the Business, EVERY Article Marked Lower than Ever, to ensure a clearance. Now is the time to buy. A FEW Pair of Lace Curtains, 2s 61; a few lines of Toilet Covers, 11:’,hi each. A FEW large White Bed Quilts, 8s lid (superior); a few dozen White Towels, Is lid doz. FEW Ladies’ Short Jackets, Cs lid; a few Ladies’Ulsters, 12s lid-less than half price. AFF.W Ladies' Corsets, 2s 31 pair ; Ladies’ Wool Shawls from (ltd upwards. M'Beatb, George street. ___ BOYS’ Melville Suits, Colonial Tweed, our own make, 7s Gd to 17s Gd. Brown, Ewing and Co BOYS’ Jubilee Suits, Colonial Tweed, our own make, 9s Gd to 21s. Brown, Ewing, and Co. BOYS’ Patience Suits, Colonial Tweed, our own make, 10s Gd to 22s Gd. Brown, Ewing, ami Co. BOYS’ Tweed Overcoats, our own make, detached Cape, 15s Gd to 25a 6d. Brown, Ewing, and Co. BOYS’ Clothing.—Brown, Ewing, and Co, make a special study of Juvenile Clothing. Heads of families will be pleased with the splendid assortment of Boys’ Garments, aH our own make, genuine New Zealand T weeds. YOUTHS’ Imperial Sac Suits, Colonial Tweed, our own make, 25s to 37s Gd. Brown, Ewing, and Co. YOUTHS’ W. P. Coats, all sizes in stock, first-class value, 27s Gd to 40a. Brown. Ewing, and Co. XTOUTHS’ Colonial Tweed Overcoats, our 1 own make, detached Cape, 17s Gd to 27s Gd Brown, Ewing, and Co. SPECIAL “Job” line of Men’s Waterproof Coats, G5 Goats in all, various patterns ; clearing price, 21a each. Without doubt the cheapest W.P. Coat in the trade. Brown, Ewirg, and Co. MEN’S Cardigan Jackets.—“ Specia l” job line; clearing price, 4s lid each—actual value, 7s Gd. Brown, Ewing, and Go. MEN’S Ribbed L.W. Pants.—“ Special.” 13 dozen L.W. Pants grand wearing goods, only 3s 6d per pair—regular price, 5s Gd. Brown, Ewing, and Co, A MASTERS AND CO., Hatters and • Hosiers, have in stock Football Jerseys and Socks, as WORN by the under-mentioned Clubs: Eaikorai, Alhambra, Union, ZingauRiehmond, Montecillo, Taleri, University, Dunedin, Pacific, PORT CHALMERS, Oamaru Excelsior, Palmerston, Cromwell, and Waitaki High School. Also, a largo stock of Striped MUFFLERS, Handkerchiefs, and Ties, A. Masters and Co., 50 and 52 Princes street. ROAST Beef from 2d ; Corned and Boiling from W. Duko, butcher, George street. H' AMMOND, Hanover street.—Milk, 2Jd quart; Soap, 2d ; Tea, Is 2d lb; Kerosene, 5(1 bottle ; Candles, 5 jd. THE Remnant House, 29 George street. W. A. Smith, late with Fyfe and Ouming, CHEAPEST House in Town for Dress Materials. —Good heavy Tweed from 7s Gd dozen. See this. TJEMNaNT HOUSE.—A Job Line of LV Wings and Birds clearing at half-price. You should see these. REMNANT HOUSE for Blankets, Calicoes, Sheetings, Forfars, Hollands, Cretonnes, Flannels, Curtains, Corsets, Underclothing, Hosiery, Gloves, etc, REMNANT HOUSE for Men’s Shirtf, Pants, Vests, Sox, Ties, etc. Few cheap Sample Curtains; beautiful patterns. CHILBLAINS.— Instant relief, certain euro, broken or unbroken. Price’s Chilblain Ointment, fid and Is. Price, chemist. MILLIONS of New School Books, Exercise Books, and School Requisites, Cheaper than ever, Braithwaite’s Book Arcade.
Page 3 Advertisements Column 3, Issue 7927, 7 June 1889
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