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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4, Issue 7927, 7 June 1889
LATE ADVERTISEMENTS. MILLIONS of New School Books, Exercise Books, and School 'Requisites, Cheaper than ever. Bralthwaite’s Book Arcade. 20 CWT Splendid Pie Melons, 8 lb la S make delicious cheap jam; splendid recipe gratis. Pryor. LOASBY’S Corn Solvent never fails; cured corn 40 years old after seven bottles Cura Olava failed. Is. PEEP-O’-DAY Alarm and other Clocks; sterling Silver and Gold Jewellery ; very cheap, Jacobs’s Gift Depot. T HE CAP THAT FI T S.Brown, Ewing, and Co. are showing a Beautiful Assortment of Ladies’ Tweed, Cloth, and Serge Caps for travelling and general wear, made with puffed fronts and with i ntircly new material?. TENDERS are invited for Additions to Cottage, Bishopsoourt. Plans, etc., at R. Anderson and Co.’s, George street. Geo, Thompson, architect. TENDERS invited for Erection of Residence in Roslyn ; to he lodged with the undersigned on or before the 15th inst., at noon. R. A. LAWSON. Architect. HENLEY RIVER BOARD. TENDERS will be received by the Clerk, at Outram, until FRIDAY, the 14th inat., for the CONSTRUCTION of RIVER EMBANKMENTS near Otakip. (Three contracts.) Plana and specifications with the Clerk at Outiam, and with ROBERT HAY, Engineer. TENDERS will be received in the Town Clerk’s Office until 5 o’clock p.m. on Wednesday, 12th inat. — 1, For Repairs to Forth street Bridge. ‘j. For Erecting Fence at South Recreation Ground, Anderson’s Bay road. Specifications may be seen in the City Surveyor’s Office. ADAM GIBSON. Town Cleik. Dunedin, June 7,1889. UNITED ANCIENT ORDER OF DRUIDS. IVANHOE LODGE. THE Officers and Members of above Lodge, also the Members of Sister Lodges, are respectfully requested to attend the Funeral of our late Brother Henry F. Pizey, J.P.A. Brothers will Meet at the Ivanhoe Lodge Room, Albmy street Hall, on SUNDAY, the 9th inst,, at 2 o’clock p.m. sharp. Members will attend in full regalia. WM. STRONACH, Secretary. FOR SALE, near Lumsden, SMALL FARM of about 90 Acres, rich laud, mostly stubble, with 4-roomed Dwelling, Stable. Byre, Chaff-house, etc., thereon. The stock (mostly horses) and implements can be taken at valuation. Full particulars at WM. HIGGIN3ON, Butcher, Caversham. TO LET, BLACKSMITH’S SHOP AND PREMISES Of tho late MR JOHN M'K AY, Maclaggan street. w I L L I A M PATRICK 200 Princes street, Can now supply the public with MERINO WETHERS, OF EXCEPTIONAL QUALITY, Bred and grazed by John M'Lean, Esq , of Redcastle. NORTH EAST VALLEY FIRE BRIGADE THE Trustees beg to inform the residents that they have appointed Mr W. HANNAH Collector of Subscriptions. ('signed) Messrs MYERS, Mayor, IVBMEY, WALKER. IMPORTANT 1 Myrtle Amazon Cloth Myrtle Amazon Cloth Myrtle Amazon Cloth Myrt’e Amazon Cloth Myrtle Amazon Cloth Myrtle Amazon Cloth Myrtle ATazon Cloth Myrtle Amazon Cloth Myrtle Amazon Cloth Myrtle Amazon doth Myrtle Amazon Cloth Myrtle Amazon Cloth Myrtle Amazon Cloth Myrtle Amazon Cloth Myrtle Amazon Cloth Myrtle Amazon Cloth Myrtle Amazon Cloth Myrtle Amazon Cloth Myrtle Amazon Cloth Myrtle Amazon Cloth Myrtle Amazon Cloth Myrtle Amazon Cloth Myrtle Amazon Cloth Myrtle Amazon Cloth Myrtle Amazon Cloth Myiflc Amazon Cloth Myrtle Amazon Clcth Myrtle Amazon Cloth Myrtle Amazon Cloth BROWN, EW O THE LADIES. B" ROWN, EWING, AND CO. have just received a special shipment of 44inch Myrtle Amazon Cloth, the leading Dress Material this season, both in shade and texture. MYRTLES AND BRONZES are the favorite colors in every make of Ladies’ Dress Materials. Our Dress Department is fully stocked with a choice assortment of Fashionable Goods in the above shades. SPECIAL.—4S pieces of Ashburton Dress Tweeds in selected designs ; twenty patterns to pick from; cannot be surpassed for firstclass value; only 23d per yard; any length cut. [NG, AND CO. CITY BOOT PALACE, 71 George street, Dunedin. WE beg respectfully to intimate that in the various departments of our business all our NEW GOODS FOR THE SEASON have been delivered. In no former season have we been in so favorable a position for showing DECIDED NOVELTIES AND REALLY STYLISH GOODS as at present. More especially would we refer to the magnifie-nt Stock in our Ladies’Department, embracing, as it does, the largest and most varied assortment of LADIES’, GIRLS’. AND CHILDREN’S BOOTd, SHOES, AND SLIPPERS to be seen in any establishment in the Colony. “Goods well bought are half sold.” Nowhere does this apply with greater force than in tho Boot Trade. Unless goods are bought from the manufacturers and imported direct, it is quite impossible to command success. Our extensive outlet for these Goods, coupled with an ample capital, places us in the Lkading Position, and enables us to enter the first markets of the BOOT AND SHOE TRADE. We are thus enabled to give our Customers the full benefit of tho exceptional advantages, which, we are confident, they will, as usual, fully appreciate. CITY BOOT PALACE, it and Shoe Importers and Manufacturers, 71 GEORGE STREET }orner St. Andrew street), DUNEDIN. NTER BOOTS 1 WINTER BOOTS Facts Speak for Themselves. MON BROTHERS, eing Manufacturers and Direct Importers, can and do give the BEST VALUE IN THE CITY. f Ladies’ and Gents’ winter ■nt nprus 1 styles (extensive variety), by vr wonts J makers of world-wide fame. S’ ; See them. Largest stock in ijn iJKua. j Qj t y f or wa iking or evening i wear. f The unrivalled Cookhams, j comfort and durability ; tho i damp-proof “ Balmorals ”; j tho Flexibles; Wool and | Flannel and Felt-lined Boots (. and Slippers. >' Ladies’ Boots, superior clast’cs, 5s lid, 6s 3d; Balmorals, from 6s lid: Button Boots, from 7s 6d; Walking OOI ™ a Shoes, from 6s 9d; Evening -J Shoes, from 4s 9d; Men s , Boots (Balmorals), sewn, PRICES jQ a Qjj . Pegged, 9s 6d ; Shoes, 8s 9d; Elastics, from I9s 6d. Boys’ and Girls’ HNTBR BOOTS UNTER BO ITS /INTER BOOTS E PRICES E PRICES EEHIVB ” EEHIVE " f ’Our” famous “Beehive” Boots continue to give every satisfaction. Men’s strong Balmorals, from 9s 6d; Elastics. 9s 6d: strong Water--SEHIYB ” 1 tights, 12s 6d ; Bluchers, 5s EEHIVE ” ifd. Women’s strong Balmorals, from 6s lid; Elastics, 7s fid. Boys’and Girls’ prices which most satisfy, jailers’ Balmorals, with patent ankle pads. Note Address— SIMON BROTHERS, Boot Manufacturers, George srrefet (near Octagon).
Page 3 Advertisements Column 4, Issue 7927, 7 June 1889
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