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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1, Issue 7951, 5 July 1889
LATE ADVERTISEMENTS. ROAST Beef frnm 2d; Corned and Boiling from TJd ; excellent quality. W. Duke, 1 utcbcr, George street. TAKE Lcasby’s Digestive Tonic. Makes miserable existence a happy life. You relish your food ever afterwards. ARTER’S~Great Sale still"continues tobe the most popular, 0. and Co. having been very busy every day, wet or dry, since it started. UIY Young Ladies’ Journals and other Magazines at Biaithwaite's Book Arcade, Piinces street. RE4T Day To-morrow (Saturday).—Bargains in eveiy dcjiartmcnt throughout the house. A. and T. Inglis, WANTED Known—J hat Mrs Loft’s Sale is uow going on of Boots and Drapery. Just purchased—laige Bankrupt Stock of Hats, Jackets. Children’s Clothing, Ladies Aprons, from upwards; nothing like them in the City ; must be sold; don’t forgot- splendid Hats (all shapes), Is each. Mrs Loft, Royal Arcade. TO LKT, 5 roomed Detached Cottage (plastered); good position. Apply Store, Forth and Union streets. C LET, Grange Store and Dwelling, Forth street; 2 and 3-roomed Houses, 4s weekly. _____ _ _ WANTED. Two smart Lads, respectively for Office and Warehouse; references required. Apply by letter only, D. Benjamin and Co , Dowling street. ]7ILIJAH, Oratoiio (as used by the Dunedin Exhibition Choir), price 2a. Dresden Piano and Music DepCt. OKOLOGY.—Wanted Known, that Subscribers will have th-ir ("opy delivered m few day o . To intending Subscribers: Address Box 152, P. Office, Dunedin. PUBLIC Benefit Boot Company invite the special attention of Boot Buyers. To meet the time», great INDUCEMENTS will be offered to customers To-morrow (Saturday). Great variety. Sweeping reductions injDur LARGE Stock of Ladies’, Gents’, and Children’s Boots and Shoes; suitable for winter wear. (them. ÜBLIO Benefit Boot Company,-Noted shop for good quality, varied selection, low prices. R. B. Ingram, Manager. YOUR Groceries.—Try Archd. Miller (Peden’s successor), Tea, Coffee, and Provision Merchant, 155 George street. YOUR Groceries. -Try Archd. Millet (Peden’s successor), Tea, Coffee, and I’tovision Merchant, 155 George street. ('i REVT Day Tc-momw (Saturday).—Bar1T gains in every department throughout the house. A. and T. Inglis. GEORGE SEA RLE, 113 Goo.-ge street. Best House in Town for Men’s and Boys Knitted Sox and Stockings. __ FRUIT Trees, Maorocarpa, Boses, etc. Bei-t and cheapest at Saidolin’s, St. Ann’s road, Mornington (close to extension tram). AOROOAHPA, cheap; Apples, Bores, ditto; ornamental Trees, large Lawsoniana, Flowering Shrubs. Thomson’s Nursery, N.E. Valley. /V/Y Bunches ripe Bananas; Golden |_“\f Harvey, Golden Harvey, Golden Harvey Apples; ripe Winter Nelis Pears. Bull. 1 Rambi Cocoanuts, Rambl X vUUW Cocoanuts, shipped direct from Rimbi; 2d each, 2d each. Bull. Very fine fat Ducks; Turkeys IvVv from ss; hand-fed Gto c e; fine Spring Chickens. Bull. K UMBRAS! KUMERAS !—New thijmeu> just landed, try them. Obtainable only at Pryor’s. 62 Princes street. 1 Cases splendid Cooking Apples, 2d Xvfvf lb; come early and bring your bags. Pryor. rfk Cases sweet Sydney Oranges. 18 Is; OVlr Samoan, 12 Is; new Figs, in boxes. Pryor. -g Cabbage and Cauliflower XVWW Plants; now season’s reeds for present planting. Show at Piyot’s. GENUINE Goliath Rhubarb Roots; new varieties Seed Potatoes ; Herb Roots, all sorts ; Strawbany Plants. At Pryor's. RUIT Trees. Apples. Pears, Plums, Peaches, etc., Roses (H.P. i and leas); all well grown. BED Potatoes. All leading Kidney and round vaiieties: Vegetable r’eeds for present sowing. Howden and Moncrieff CARTER AND CO. would advise all buyers of Drapeiy or Clothing to see the’r windows and doors. Fresh Bargains for To-morrow. Call early. MOSOIBL, English, and Scotch Lambswoul Underclothing ; warm, cheap, durable; superb variety. Clothing Factory, Octagon, | RBAT Day Tomorrow (Saturday).—Bar\JT gains in every department throughout the house. A. and T. Inglis. THOUSANDS if Now Books, just opened at Braithwaite’s Book Arcade. LADIES’ Band - made Underc’othing. Brown, Ewing, and Co, are having a successful Sale if the Celebrated “ Hibernia” Underclothing. Another lot opened this week ex Doric. See No. 2 Window for prices. __ TADltlS’ Hand-made Underclothing.—2so I dozen Chemises, Night Dresses, Drawers, and Combinations, “Hibernia’’-made. The entire lot marked at less than Home cost, See No. 2 Window for prices. 40 dozen Fancy Aprons, Is eachworth 2s 3d. LAST Ten Days Final Clearing Sale Drapery and Clothing. M’Beath’s Stock. George street. LADIES’ and Maids’ Ulsters, Jackets, Corsets, Underclothing, and Millinery at any price to e'ear. MEN’S Tweed Suits, Boys’ and Youths’ ditto, Trousers end Vests, Trousers, Shuts, Hats. Scarfs, eto., at your own piices. LAST Ten Days! Last Ten Days! Last Ten Days! W. M’Beath’s, George street. THE Remnant House.—W. A. Smith (late with Fyfe and Oumitgl, George street, opposite Nelson, Moate, and Co.V. TUB Remnant House is not having a so called Cheap Clearing Sale, but selling at the lowest PRICES in Town, where Remnants of Dress Mateiiala in all lengths can be had. T> EMNANTS of Calicoes, Sheetings, ForXV fars, Ribbons, Frillings, etc., all marked at the lowest prices for cash. REMNANT Uruso for Men’s Sox, Shuts, Pants, Singlets, etc. ; Ladies’ and Children’s Colonial Knitted Stockings, cheap. REMNANT House.—A cheap line in 1 adics’ Waterproof Cloaks, worth 255, now 12s fid ; eee these. Remnant House. SC LANDERS AND CO.’S Wholesale Stock Drapery and Clothing.—Every department crowded with bargains; no old stock. _ SOLANDBRB AND CO.’S Wholesale Stock —One Hundred pieces Wool Stripe Dress Tweeds. Bjd, 9jJ, IQgd—bargains. S~ GLANDERS AND CO.’S Wholesale Stock. —Homespuns, Plushes, Velveteens, Silks, etc., one-third under English manufacturers’ cost. S’ GLANDERS AND CO.’S Wholesale Stock. —Sheetings, Shirtings, Blankets, Flannels, Flannelettes, Hollands, Curtains, Quilts, under Home cost. CjGLANDERS AND CO ’ s Wholesale Stock. —Hundreds of dozens Women’s and Girls’ seasonable Hosiery, at unapproachable prices. GLANDERS AND CO.’S Wholesale Stock. —Haberdashery marked at prices which will gratify the most exacting purchaser. S GLANDERS AND OO.M Wholesale Stock. —4,0C0 pairs Ladies’ Corsets, guaranteed makes, at prices which defy competition. S GLANDERS AND OO.’S Wholesale Stock. Special care Men’s Colonial Tweed Overcoats, 47s 6d. for 29s 63. Come early. GLANDERS AND CO.’S Wholesale Stock. —Men’s and Boys’ Suits, Trousers, Trousera and 'Vesta, Waterproofs, equally cheap. GLANDERS AND CO ’S Wholesale fctock. —Men’s and Boys’ Underclothing, Scarfs, Hats ; large choice at desperate prices. S GLANDERS AND OO.’S Wholesale Stock. —Emrmona assortment Men’s Oxford, Regatta, and White Shirts, under English cost. Squanders and coT’s wholesale stock. —Glendining and Dobieare not continuing business, and, irrespective of counter attractions, they are persuaded that Prices offered ■will Clear Out every Line. Albert Buildings, Princes etreet. | JULY Young Ladies’ Journals and other Magazines at Braithwaite’s Book Arcade, Princes street.
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