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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3, Issue 7939, 21 June 1889
LATE ADVERTISEMENTS. Pr Japanese Fans at 3d each ; 2,500 Oil" M " Terra-cotta Figures, la-worth 3s. Jacobs’s Gift DepOt. JOB Lines —R. Brown, 3 George street, having secured a large number of Job Lines _ rOB Lines—From the Warehouses, prior to Stock-taking, has marked them at startling prices, JOB Lines. —Inspection invited. Goods will bo sold at prices which will ensure their all being sold within Three Weeks’ time. JOB Lines. Ladies’ silk Umbrellas, fancy handles, worth 4j fid, selling at 2s 9d. TGB L' non. —Fancy Wings, Birds’ Plumes, at less than Homo coat—lid, !)d, Is ; see these. JOB Lines. Children’s Pinafore-, usually Is, now fid j Ladies’ Holland Aprons, Is I Wool Squares, fill, 3d. OB Lines. —Ladies’ Cashmere Mitia, 6<J ; Ladies’ and Children’s Hose, (id; Ladies’ Cashmere Gloves from Gd. OB Lines. Press Tweeds, (Id ; Union Shirtings, SLI; Cotton .Shirtings, )}d ; Flannelettes J()B Linos.—Stout Tweed for Boys' Clothing, Is lid, Is fid up; Boys’ Shirts from Is ■1VI; Braces, lid. OB Linas —Colored Blankets, 5s Gd; White Blankets, 10s Gd ; White Turkish Towels, (Id; Honeycomb Towels, 2Jd. | OB Lines at K. Brown’s, 3 George street, *1 near Octagon.—Genuine Bargains; will repay a visit. GENU i~N E SALE, CARTER AND CO. beg to adviso all who have not called to see the Wonderful Bargains on offer to do so To-morrow. SPECIAL.— Carter and Co. have turned out another lot of Seasonable Goods, and marked desperately cheap. SPECIAL. -Carter and Co. have also purchased several Clearing Lots from our Dunedin Houses, at discounts of 75 per cent ON SALE TO-MORROW. CARTER’SGRB ATSALE. All our Children’s Underclothing—usually Is fid to 3s lid —now in 3 lots, at 6Jd, 9Jd, and Is. See this line. CARTER’S GREAT SALE.— 150 pieces. Ribbons, all colors, Id yard ; Forchon Lace—usually Is 3d to la lid —now 4jfd, Gi|d, end Oijd dozen yards, ARTEK’S GREAT SALE.-Cretonnes—-4jd and fijjd quality, now and and 4£d yard ; 6sd quality Prints for 2Jd; Hoslyn Flannel, 12i£d—worth la 4 Jd. ( _ IARTER’S GREAT SALK.—SiIk s-carfs—- / Isfid quality fur 4 ; I l d, 2squality for and 2a lid quality Scarfs for is. Call early. ARTER’S GREAT SALE.—Blankets, us lid up—all at sale prices; Flannclcttes, 2jd up; Towels from Ijd. ARTBR’S GREAT SALE.—IOO Boxes Wings—usually from Is fid to 2s lid—now 4i'd, fijd, and 9£d ; Fur Capes from 3j fid; Fur Boas from Is, LSTERS at Extraordinary Prices.—Ohildren’s Ulsters from Is; Ladies’, 9s lid; Ulsters for 4s lid —all reduced. Carter and Co, A DRESS GOODS Desperate.—Stripes from 3Jd ; Meltons BJ.i up all our remnants; Dress Goods, half price. Carter and Co. OOK AT THlS.—Double-width Dogskin—formerly 5s lid—now Is 11 Jd; Double-width Brocho Seal Cloth, 6s lid quality —now 2s 11 Jd. Carter and Co. Gloves, 9d pair—sold elsewhere Is 11 Jd. At Carter’s Great Sale. DESPERATE! LOTHINO.—I,OOO yards Heavy Tweed for Suits, worth 2s lid—now Is fid yard; Men’s Lambs wool l-ox, —worth Is; Men’s Roslyn Sox, Is Gd quality for Is. Carter and Co. _ quality Wellington Tweed Trousers, P!s Gd quality for 9a Gd ; Men’s.Overcoats from 12s lid. Carter and (Jo. CLOTHING.— Boys' Kuiekcr Suits from 4s Gd, lined through; Men’s Dress Shirts (soiled), ior la lid and 2s lid ; Boys' Drees Shirts, Is Gd to Lb lid less than half • price. Carter and Co. Clothing! —Men’s Tweed Trousers from •Is lid ; Men’s 25s Paget Coats for 7« Gd; Men’s and Boys’ Tweed Hats and Gaps, Is, Is 3d, Is fid up. Carter and Co. REMEMBER THIS-That Carter and Co. arc now offering you greater Bargains than any house in town. Their aim is not to make a nrofit, but reduce their stock. Kindly compare our prices with our competitors. Wo defy competition. 1" OASBY’S Digestive Tonic suits everyone. J Cures pains after eating, between shoulders, specks before eyes. Dose relic v, s. GREAT Bargains in Millinery, Jackets, Ulsters for next six weeks at Mrs Gill’s, ANNUAL Clearing Sale.—Genuine Reductions of all new Goods to Half-price at Mrs Gill’s, -¥~p /vDO/i. Trimmed Hats and Bonnets jL O from 3s lid to 21a—were 10s fid to fi3s. At Mrs Gill’s. "VTEW ZEALAND Horse-tamer, Outram, i.vl Saturday first. Outram, Saturday first, at 7.30 p.ra. June 22nd. THE Remnant House, 29 George street. W. A. Smith (late with Fyfe and Cuming). REMNANTS of Dress Materials (allcolors), good and cheap. Heavy Tweed from 7s fid dozen. __ REMNANT House for Blankets, Calicoes, Sheetings, Forfars, Hollands, Cretonnes, Flannels, Curtains, Corsets, Underclothing, Hosiery. Gloves, etc. JjIINAL Clearing Sale, M'Beath’s Stock. ENUINE Sale.—The Whole Stock must be Sold before closing; every line reduced. SPECIAL Bargains in Ladies’ and Maids’ Cashmere Hose. Fancy Ribbons, Cashmere Dress Stuff, Umbrellas, and Frillings. BP Quilts, Toilets, Muslins, Calicoes, Blankets, Flannels, Towels, and Shirtings. W. M'Beath’s Final Sale (next Dornwell’s). BETWEEN Seasons is the best time to buy Hats and Bonnets; greatly reduced; beautiful New Felts. 12s fid. Note the address; Be sure you come to 0 Princes street. Misses Brownlie. DRBBS Stuffs.—Brown, Ewing, and Co. are offering an Extra Purchase of 70 pieces Ladies’ Dress Materials at ‘ ‘ job ” prices; any length cut. RK3S Stuffs.—l 3 pieces Twilled Bradford Homespuns, at 4|d, dark colors — worth Old. Brown, Ewing, and Co. . DRESS Stuffs. — 20 pieces Scotch Homespuns, assorted shades, only fijd per yard—worth 10Jd, Brown, Ewing, and Co. DRESS Stuffs.—l 7 pieces French Armarl Checks, at 9jd—good value for Is 2d; new goods. Brown, Ewing, and Co. KBBB Stuffs.—lo pieces Striped Costume Tweeds, newest coloring, only lUd per yard. Brown, Ewing, and Co. DRESS Stuffs.—lo pieces All-wool Striped Estamino Serges, lovely goods, Is per yard—loss than Homo cost. Brown, Ewing, and Co. BESS Stuffs.—ln addition to the above, Brown, Ewing, and Co. are showing 15 pieces of All-wool Navy Estamine Serges, at Is 4d per yard, fast dyes—usual price Is 9d per yard, ROAST Beef from 2d; Corned and Boiling from IJd ; excellent quality, W, Duke, butcher, George street,
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