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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2, Issue 7933, 14 June 1889
LATS ADVERTISEMENTS \¥7 ANTED Known-Men’s Ulsters, 20s Gd V? —usually solil at 50s; Colonial-mailc Suits, 32s (i I —worth 50': Job lines in Men’s Suit.-', 1!M Gil, 27a GO, and ‘.O l Gd; Tronicm anil Vests, 12s Chl. A. and T. Inglis. "fj /TiJE Bunches Bananas, ripenid with my JLVV patent process; splendid quality Pines ; Apples from s|h Is, Bull, 1000 Bead of very superior Poultry— Geese, Ducks, tender Fowls, Tin keys. Bull. / O>AUJUOOKHAIiB, 23s ; (.! ray mouth, 2l'h ; V2 Kailangata, 225; Oreeu Island, 1-i s toe. Gore Biot hers, Cumheihind street. Teh plume r.in. P’n'oTOli KAPIL Material of the late George Davidson For Bale, at W. Melville’s, Octagon, compi ising JK N3E8TiooirHalf, at,.l Quait.-r Mate), j Gain eras, Baths, I’iint, Frames, and a lot Sundries, etc., etc. jioTtThUdM' chiap for cash, small (V-muiit or Ifeiratito Ci usher. “No, 1,” Sr ait Olllce. TU J'lODOrJTirrmSali'; Trough ton and Simms’s 5-inch Y. ; first-class instrument. Address “ Vernier,” Star Office. A YOUNG I ady desires a few Beginners for the Piano ; term'! moderate. Address “C.L.,” Post O Hi re. M'BKATII’S Final Sale, for 20 days longer. Ev,ry Lice Must be Sold prior to closing business. WINTER. Clothing for Men and Boys.— Best assortment in the Colony ; extract dinary value. Clothing Factory, Octag m. ESTABLISHED 18G2—Fraser’s Exhibition Fruit Emporium, No. 8 Royal Arcade. Oranges, Lem ms, Cooking Apples (Gib shilling). Eating Apples (2d), Figs, Quince?, Girger, Dates (Gd pound) ; good variety Confectionery, cheapest in town. ■VJSTIIILE so many people aie talking about TT beautify ing tire Ti tangle, we are endeavoring to beautify the men, inducing them to wear our very becoming Head Adornments. Masters, hat manufacturer. MASTERS AND 00. have a very largo • and choice stock of Hats, Caps, White, Woollen, and Fegatta Hurts and Underclothing. We are noted for giving good value. DRESS Stud’s.—Brown, Ewing, and Co. are off ring an Extra Purchase of 70 pieces Ladies’ Dress Materials at “job” prices; any length cut. DRESS Stuffs.—lS piec a Twilled Bradford Homespuns, at Qd, dark colors — worth fill. Brown, Ewing, and Co. DRE 8S Stuff's. —2O pieces Scotch Homespuns, assorted shades, only G;, 1 *! per yard worth lOid. Brown, Ewing, and Co, DRESS Stuffs. —17 pieces French Armarl Checks, at DJd good value for Is 21; now goods. Brown, Ewing, n.tul Co. DRESS Stuffs.—lo pieces Striped Costume Tweeds, newest coloring, only 11 Jjd per yard. Brown, Ewing, and Co. DREaS Stuffs. — lO pieces All-wool Striped Estamino Serges, lovely goods, Is per yard—less than Home cost. Brown, Ewing, and Co. DRESS Stuffs.—ln addition to the above, Brown, Ewing, and Co. are showing 15 pieces of All-wool Navy Ketamine Serges, at Is 4.1 per yard, fast dyes u.-ual price Is lid per yard, THE Remnant House, 23 George sireet. W. A. Dutliio (late with Fyfj and Cuming). R' EMNANTS ( f Dress Materials (all colors), i gord and cheap. Heavy Tweed from 7a G 1 dozen. EMNANT House for Blankets, (Ulicoe?, JL\i 8 heelings, Forfar?, Hollands, Cretonnes, Flannel?, Curtain--, Corsets, Underclothing, Ho-iery, Olov- ?, etc. GREAT Bargains in Millinery, Jackets, Ulsters for n xt six weeks at Mrs Gill’s ANNUAL Clearing Sale. Genuine reductions of all New Goods to half-price at Mrs Gill’s. K Dozen Trimmed Hats and Bonnets l_ O* / from 3s lld to 21s—were 10s 01 t) 63a. At Mrs Gill’s. M‘BEATH’B Final Sale, for 80 days longer. Ev. ry Lino Must bo Sold prior to closing business. FEE P-O’-DAY Alarm and other Clocks; sterling Silver and Gold Jewellery ; very cheap. Jacobs’s Gift Depfit, C 'CHILBLAINS. —Instant relief, certain cure J (broken or unbroken). Price's Chilblain Ointment; G.l, Is. Price, Walker street. TEW Felts. Now Plush Hats. New Straws, C trimmed, from 7s Gd ; Children’s Hats abundance from Is lid; a few good Plush d Satin Bonnets (Chihlioa’s), real beauties, Gd woi th 13.S Gd. Misses Brownlie. R DROWN, 3 George street, cheapest • draper in Dunedin. Email expenses, small profits, quick returns. WINCEY Shirtings from BJd ; Stout Cotton Shirtings from 4AM, G1; Flannelettes, 4:pl; Unbleached Twilled fchcoting, la l.Jd. Brown’s. UPERIOR White Flannel from Is; Shetlaml Flannel from Is 3d ; Swanskin, bleached and unbleached, from lOJtd. Brown’s. COLORED Blankets from 5s fid; White Blankets from 10a GJ; special line, extra size, 18s 9d. At Brown’s. DRESS Materials from hd ; Striped Skirtings, Is 3d ; Dress Tweeds from Bjd; New Jackets from 10s Gd. Brown’s. TWILLED Cretonnes, now patterns, from 4:fl; Hollands from GJ ; Unbleached Tabling, Is 4iJ. At Brown’s. "V7EW Beaded Collarettes, 3J and 4d; Fancy J3i Sets Collars and Cuff?, 4JJ ; Bordered Handkerchiefs, Id. 2 up LADIES’ Hose from Gl; Ladies’Cashmere Gloves from Gd ; Ladies’ Knitted Fingering Hose, Is 9.1; Children’s do, 11JJ. T) BROWN, Draper, etc., 3 George afreet, 8A;» near Octagon. Cheapest Bhop in Dunedin. A trial solicited. SPECTACLES. —Cheapest, largest, and hes Stock in New Zealand ; suit all sights, Maoarthur’s, 38 Princes street. SPECTACLES made to Oculists' Proscriptions ; perfect fit guaranteed ; reasonable charges. Macarthur, Oculists’ Optician, 38 Princes street. STOPPING, troublesome Watches accurately Repaired ; perfect satisfaction guaranteed. Jewellery tastefully and carefully repaired. Macarthur, 38 Princes street. Rl'AsT Beef from 2d; Cer, cd and Boiling from ltd ; excellent quality. W. Duke, butcher, George street. SECOND-HAx-D Bonks Bought at Braith Waite’s Book Arcade. ■"TTMOST value in Cash given for SecondU hand Pianos, Chall -nge Piano Depot, 10G George street. R, K. Moss, manager, WE are Cash Buyers of Rahbitskins in any quantity, Arthur M’Donald and Co., Bond street. MONEY can bo obtained from K. Francis, Octagon (upstairs, next Athenaeum). Repaid weekly, monthly, or otherwise. CHILBLAINS Quickly Relieved and Cured by using Marshall’s Chilblain Ointment; . the only genuine ; Is. Marshall, chemist. /If ILLIONS of Now School Books, Exercise LVi Book?, and School Requisites, Cheaper than ever. Braithwaite’s Book Arcade. 1“ E. PARTRIDGE (from Stegg and ManJ. tie’s, London) has now on show all the latest Styles in Autumn Millinery, Wings, Ribbons, etc. ; Ostrich Feathers Curled and Eyed to any shade, equal to new. DRESSMAKING on the premises ; good fit guaranteed. Mourning Orders promptly executed. All goods of the best quality, at lowest town prices. Corner St. David and Cumbeiland streets, JAMES HALE, cheap Picture-framer and Cutler; Mouldings and Glvss sold in small quantities. Hanover street. REMSHARDT AND CO., opposite Union Company, give highest prices for Rabbitskins in large and small quantities. YES, the Imperative Rale still continues. Entire Stock at Little Dust Pan must be sold. The PREMISES are To Lot. Stock must bo largely reduced during big Retrenchment Sale. Little Dust Pan. EXTRA Value in Tweed Overcoats for Men and Boys —Splendid variety ; 7s 6d to 50s. Clothing Factory, Octagon. LOASBY’S Quinine and Steel Wine |can be taken by delicate ladies and invalids; powerful nerve tonic.
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2, Issue 7933, 14 June 1889
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