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Page 3 Advertisements Column 6, Issue 7945, 28 June 1889
LATE ADVERTISEMENTS AND T. INGLIS Have Purchased for Cash A LARGE QUANTITY OF SURPLUS STOCK rom the Wholesale Warehouses. This, in addition to hundreds of lines of their own importations thrown out in each Department previous to Stock-tailing, are now being Marked, and will bo ready for sale TO-MORROW (SATURDAY) AND FOLLOWING DAYS. SHIRT AND MERCERY DEPARTMENT. This is a grad opportunity for buyers of Shirts, Drawers, Singlets, Socks, Cardigan Jackets, Hats. Scarfs, Tics, Gloves, etc. 00 dozen Men’s Shirts in Cotton, Union. Tweed, and Wool, at la 6d, 2s, 2a (id, 3s 3d 3a 9d. Dozens of Hats, at merely nominal prices, in Stiff and Soft Felts, Tweeds, etc. Flannel Undershirts at 2s 'Gd each. A quantity of Lined (. loves for winter wear, very cheap. Must bo seen to appreciate value given, CLOTHING DEPARTMENT. This is the grandest opportunity we have ever offered to buyers of Clothing. Boys' Jersey Suits, 4s Gd; Boys’ and Youths’ Colonial Suits, 12s Gd; Boys’ and Youths’ Knicker Suits, 4s 9d. Men’s Worsted Pagcts, 12s Gd and 14s Gd ; Men’s Tweed do, 7s Gd; Men’s Tweed Suits. 19s Gd and 27s Gd ; Men’s Col, Suits, 32s Gd ; Men’s Tweed Trousers and Vest. 12s Gd, 14s Gd, 19s Gd; Men’s S.B. Worsted Sack Coats, 19s Gd; Men’s do Tweed do, 12s Gd, 14s Gd. 500 Pairs Men’s Col. Tweed Trousers, 9s 61. Men’s Tweed Trousers, 4s fid. 1,000 Pairs Colored Moles (Men's), 5s 9d. 500 Men’s Waterproof Coats at giving-away prices—namely, IG< Gd, 19s Gd, 27s Gd. The above are 30 per cent, to 50 per cent, below usual prices. FANCY DRESS DEPARTMENT. In this Department wc shall show several lots of hkst QUALITY DRESS MATERIALS in all the latest patterns and colorings. These have been marked at gift prices in order to clear before Stock-taking. Intending purchasers of Dresses should see them, and savo money by so doing. SPECIAL BARGAIN. A few Boxes of DRAB VEL YRTI!EN, was 2s per yard, reduced to BJd per yard.
UNDERCLOTHING DEPARTMENT. We Lave purchased several hundred pounds worth of LADIES’ AND CHILDREN’S UNDERCLOTHING at 75 per cent, off cost. We shall therefore offer astounding bargains in good quality Chemises, Drawers, Knickers, Nightdresses, plain and trimmed with work, both machine and hand-made Also, about 500 dozen Holland Pinafores, Blouses, Cooking Aprons, etc,, which we have marked at less than half their former prices. Now is the time to buy Fancy Feathers, Thousands of Fancy Wings at your own prices on Saturday and following days. Bargains before Stock-taking,—Lovely Granny Bonnets, reduced from 10s Cd to 5s lid. A largo quantity of Children’s Turban Hats, trimmed with Plush, reduced from 3s 9d to Is 3d and la lid each. Large reductions on all Millinery, Hats, and Bonnets, About 100 Infants’ Merino Pelisses, trimmed Plush and Satin, a'l marked at le’B than half their former prices. 1,500 Felt and Straw Hat", all new this season, were 2s lid, reduced to 6d. MANCHESTER DEPARTMENT. In this Department we shall show a large purchase of best Colonial Blankets, 2’>yds long 21 s 9d, usual price 20a fid. long ?7a !H, nsual price 35s fid. Also, large quantities of White Cal'cocs, Sheetings, etc., must be cleared before Stocktaking. Prices accordingly. MANTLE AND COSTUME DEPARTMENT, We sha’l show on Saturday and following days splendid value in Short Jacket", Black Curl, Brown Fancy, etc., all fewest goods. Quantity and prices a* fellow : 42. rvual price 14s fid—now 7slld. 63 „ IfisOl „ S«11d. Of! „ 19a fid „ 10s 9d. 37 ~ 24s fid .. 12s 91 Abo some Startling Bargains in Fur-lined (flock". Rabbit, Monkey, Squirrel, cte., 16s 9J, 255, 30s—worth double the nricea marked. 130 LADIES DARK STUFF COSTUMES, in Homespun. Serge, Cashmere, etc., a'l lined throughout. Your choice of those for 8s lid—would he chean at 19s fid. See thorn. 193 FUR CAPES in Black, Blue, Brown, Rabbit, Goat. etc.. 3s lid, 4s lid, 5s lid worth three time" the money. 100 LONG BLACK JACKETS, newest styles and materials; bought job; 19r 6d to 40s —worth double. A few mc.gn'ficcnt QUILTED SATIN SKIR T S. evening shrub's, trimmed with Lace; wrre 37" fid—reduced to 12s Od, Bargains prior to Stock-taking in Ulsters, Shawls. Skirls, Ulster Tweed, *st.rachans, Pcalcloth, Macintoshes, Castmore, Waterproofs etc.
FANCY DEPARTMENT. This Department has a number of Lines which must be cleared before stock faking: RANGY TiRUD TRIMMING, 3-Mn wide, per yard—farmer ririce 2s. SILK for DRESSES clearing at Js Gd per yard - former price 4s fid LADIES’ LINEN COLLARS and CUFFS, 3Jd and 4?d per set—former price la. CORSETS odd make*, clearing at 2g lid each—former price Rs fld SATIN and VELVET RIBBON (reversible), 2A’n wide clearing at 7?, d —former price Is fid. ‘MANTLE and DRESS ORNAMENTS (new this season), Gd each—former prices Is 9J and 2a. BLACK RIBBON VELVET (Nos. 20 and 241 18rdsfnr3d BEADED GIMP and BEADED DROP TRIMMING. 23d per yard—former price Is Gd 3.Row MUSLIN FRILL! V G. cream and white, Id per yard—former ptice 4JI. HABERDASHERY DEPARTMENT 4sabove; junta few lines to show extraordinary valu° givon, Black Kid Gloves (4 buttons, fire G), Is per pair. 4-Button Tan Kid Gloves, se'f and blackstitcbecl backs Is Gd <J»r pair. 4-Button Black Kid Glove’, all sizes, 2s 6d per pa'r. Ladies’ Lined Kid Gloves, Astrachsn backs, all good colors, 4a Gd per pair. Ladies’ 0-slim ere Gloves, in colors and black, GJd per pair. Children’s Cashmere Hose, in colors and k, all sizes, Is 3d, Is 4d, Is 51, Is 6d, la 7d hi 0 , la Od. la R'ldied Cashmere Hose, in colors and black, Is. Is 34, la Gd. Is 9d. 2s. 2a Gd, 2s lid. Chil l'on’a 2 to 6 Clerical Merino Hose, fi.'.d 7H BW, 9.V4. CARPET DEPARTMENT. We have been vmy successful in our purchase for this department. 20 Pieces Tapestry Carpet, Is fiJjd per vard. 1,800 Yards Reversible Cretonne, at 9|d, 30 Embroidered Table-covers, 5s lid. GOO Yards Cretonne, 4Jd, Fancy Table Oil Baize, 10id yard. 100 Pairs Lace Curtains, at Is lid. Numerous other lines, which space does not allow us to partioularifc. FURNITURE, CROCKERY, AND IRONMONGERY DEPARTMENTS. Wo have just landed cx Olive and Loch Awe now designs in Tea, Dinner, and Breakfast dots. Toilet Ware, Lamps, Iron Bedsteads, Iron Folding Chairs, Enamelled Ware, Electronlated 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 Rooms, BOOT AND SHOE DEPARTMENT We have bought several parcels of manufacurers( samples in Ladies’ and Gentlemen’s Boots and Shoes at Homo invoice price. The goods are now marked and ready for sale. Boys’ and Girls’ Strong Boots, 2s 6d, 3s Gd, and 4a 6d. Warm Slippers, Is 6d. We have the largest Stock and the greatest variety in this department at prices 20 per cent, lea* than any bouse in the trade. Cal early and avoid tho afternoon crus-h. A’ AND t7INGLIS, George stbbkt,
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