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Page 3 Advertisements Column 5, Issue 7939, 21 June 1889
LATE ADVERTISEMENTS AND T. INGLIS Havo Purchased for Cash A LARGE QUANTITY OF SURPLUS STOCK from the Wholesale Warehouses, This, in addlt'oa to hundreds of lines of their own importations thrown out in each Department previous to Stock-taking, are now being Marked, and will be ready for sale TO-MORROW (SATURDAY) AND FOLLOWING DAYS. SHIRT AND MERCERY DEPARTMENT. This is a grat? opportunity for buyers of Shirts, Drawer?, Singlet?, Socks, Cardigan Jackets, Hats. Scarfs, Tics, Gloves, etc. !)0 dozen Men's Shirts in Cotton. Union, Tweed, and Wool, at Is (id, Us, 2s fid, (is 3d 3s 9(1. Dozens of Hals, at merely nominal prices, in Still and Soft Felts. Tweeds, ole. Flaim;l Undershirts at 2.i fid ( aril. A i quantity of Lined Gloves lor winter wear, I very cheap. Must he seen to appreciate value given. CLOTHING DEPARTMENT. This is the grandest opportunity we have ever offered to buyers of Clothing. Boys’ Jersey Suita, 4s fid; Boys’ and Youths’ Colonial Suits, 12s fid; Boys’ and Youths’ Knioker Suits, 4s Pd. Men’s Worsted Pa gets, 12s 6d and 14s fid ; Men’s Tweed do, 7s fid : Men’s Tweed Suits. 10a fid and 27s fid ; Men’s Col. Suits, 32a fid ; Men’s Tweed Trousers and Vest, 12s fid, 14a fid, 19s fid; Men’s S.B. Worsted Sack Coats, 19a fid; Men's do Tweed do, I2s fid, 14s fid. 300 Pairs Men's Col. Tweed Trousers, Os GL Men’s Tweed Trousers, 4 a fid. 1.000 Pairs Colored Moles (Men’s), fia 9d. 500 Men’s Waterproof Coats at giviug-away prices—namely, lII* fid, 19s (id, 27s fid. The above arc 30 per cont. to 50 per cent, below usual prices. MANCHESTER DEPARTMENT. In this department we have been very successful in securing large quantities of Blank* ts, Flannels, Sheetings, Towels, Quilts, Toilet Covers. All marked at prices that must ensure an immediate clearance. MILLINERY AND UNDERCLOTHING DEPARTMENT. In this department we have bought several hundred pounds’ worth of Children’s Chemise*, Drawer?, and Nightdresses. These wo are determined to clear to-morrow. All sizes from 1 to C at prices from 4Jd to 10.(4. Children’s Turban Hats, trimmed velvet and Astrachan, now reduced to Is 3d. Thousands of Fancy Wings of every description, in all the newest colors and styles, for the present season; price 4JI and (V, ! d—honestly worth six limes the money. Large quantity of Trimmed Millinery at 2s lid and 3s lid. These are astounding bargains. Immense quantity of Untrimmed Hats at merely nominal prices. FANCY DEPARTMENT. We can quote but a few of the leading lines in this department Silks for Dresses we are clearing at Is fid per yard. Black Braid Trimmings at 4}d. i Ribbons—Satin and Velvet reversible, wide, Ladies’ Linen Sets of Collars and Cuffs we shall clear at 3fd and 4JJ per sot. Fur Boas, 2i yards long. Is fid each. Corsets in white (all whalebone), 4s lid per pair, to run them out. Thousands of Mantle and Dross Ornaments at fid each. MuJin Frilling (white and cream), three rows, at 1(1 per yard. Black Ribbon Velvets (Nos. fi, 8 10, 12), at Id per yard. Black Ribbon Velvets (Nos. 20, 2), and 30), at 34 p'ir yard. 500 Yards Embroidery, at 2','d per yard. HABERDASHERY DEI' ARTM it NT As above ; junta few lines to show extraordinary value given. Black Kill Gloves (I buttons, size fi), Is per jtair, 4-Ruttou Tan Kid Gloves, self and blackslitohod backs. Is fid dev pair, 4-Button Black Kid Gloves, all sizes, 2s fid per pair. Ladies’ Limd Kid Gloves, Aalraohau backs, all good colors, 4s fid per pair. Ladies’ Cashmere Gloves, in colors and black, fiVl per pair. Children’s Cashmere Hose, in colors and black, all sizes, Is 3J, Is Id, la 51, Is fid, Is 7d, Is f;,’, Is 9d, i die*’ Cashmere Hose, in colors and black, Is, s 3.1, Is fid. Is fid. 2s. 2s fid, 2s lid, CliiM'cn’s 2 to fi Clerical Merino Hose, C.',rl, 7id, BAd, Itjd. MANTLE DEPARTMENT. Wo have purchased very heavily for this department. 75 Colored Tweed Jackets, 9s lid. 89 Black Beaver „ 7s lid. 35 „ Curl „ 9s lid. 00 „ „ 10s 91. 54 „ ~ 12s Od. 50 Long Jackets, in Beaver, Ottoman, and Stockinette, from 19s Gck 30 Fur-lined Cloaks, IBs fid. This line is exceptionally cheap. 250 Ladies’ Stuff Costumes, lined throughout, fis lid and 8s lid; this is another very cheap line. A largo quantity of Children’s Fashionable CoHttimep, lined and well made, from 4a lid lap. The above goods have been sold this season from 50 per cent, to (55 per cent, higher than the above prices. CARPET DEPARTMENT. We havo been very successful in our purchase for this department. 20 Pieces Tapestry Carpet, Is fijd per vard, 1,800 Yards Reversible Cretonne, at 9Jd. 30 Embroidered Table-covers, 5s lid. 600 Yards Cretonne, 4Jd. Fancy Table Oil Baize, IOJd yard. 100 Pairs Lace Curtains, at Is lid. Numerous other lines, which space doss not allow us to particularise. DRESS DEPARTMENT. We have purchased very largely at astonishingly low prices for this department. Wo quote a few only 150 pieces Striped Homespun, 7}d. 250 „ do do 89d. 200 ~ Cherk do lOjfd. 300 ~ Striped do 10|d. The usual prices for the above are Is f2Jd, Is 3d. Is (ijd. Is 4^d. A quantity of Remnants—real bargains. FURNITURE, CROCKERY, AND IRONMONGERY DEPARTMENTS. Wo havo jast larded ex Olive and Loch Awe now designs in Tea, Dinner, and Breakfast Sets, Toilet Ware, Lamps, Iron Bedsteads, Iron Folding Chairs, Enamelled Ware, Electroplated Ware. Also, a largo shipment of English Furniture in all the latest styles. Colonialmade Furniture, American Goods, and General Household Furnishings in great variety. See Show Room?, BOOT AND SHOE DEPARTMENT. Wo have bought several parcels of raanufacurerm samples In Ladies’and Gentlemen's Boots and Shoes at Home invoice price. The goods arc now marked and ready for sale. Boys’ and Girls’ Strong Boots, 2s fid, 3s fid, and 4s fid. Warm Slippers, Is fid, Wo Lave the largest Stock and the greatest variety in this department at prices 20 per cent, less than any house in the trade. Call early and avoid tho afternoon crush, A. AND T. INGLIB, GSOSKB SIBBBI.
Page 3 Advertisements Column 5, Issue 7939, 21 June 1889
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