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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3, Issue 7951, 5 July 1889
late advertisements A. and t. inglis Qavo Purchased for Cash A LARGE QUANTITY OF SURPLUS STOCK from tho Wholesale Warehouses, This, in addi-' tlon 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 I TO-MORROW (SATURDAY) AND FOLLOWING DAYS. SHIRT AND MERCERY DEPARTMENT. This is a grand opportunity for buyers of Shirts, Drawer- 1 , Singlets, Socks, Cardigan Jackets, Hats. Scarfs, Ties, Gloves, etc. 90 d< zen Men’s Shirts in Cotton, Union, Tweed, and Wool, at Is 6d, 2s, 2s o<l, 3s 3d, 3s 9d. . . Dozens of Hats, at merely nominal prices, in Stiff and Soft Felts. Tweeds, etc. Flannel Undershirts at 2s 6d each. A quantity of Lined t-loves for winter wear, very cheap. Must bo seen to appreciate value given. CLOTHING DEPARTMENT. This is the grandest opportunity wo havi over offered to buyers of Clothing. Boys’ Jersey Suits, 4s 6d; Roys’ and Youths’ Colonial Suits, 12s 6d; Boys’ and Youths’ Knioker Suits, 4s 9d. Men’s Worsted Pngets, 12s 6d and 14s 6d y. Men’s Tweed do, 7s 6d; Men’s Tweed Suits, 10a 6d and 27s 6d; Men’s Col. Suits, 32s 6d; Men’s Tweed Trousers and Vest, 12a 6d, 14s 6d, 19s 6d; Men’s S.B. Worsted Sack Coats, 19s 6d; Men’s do Tweed do, 12s 6d, 14s 6d. 500 Pairs Men’s Col. Tweed Trousers, 9s 6d. Men’s Tweed Trousers, 4s 6d. 1.000 Pairs Colored Moles (Men’s), !3s 9d. 500 Men’s Waterproof Coats at giving-away prices—namely, 16r 6d, 19s (id, 27s (3d. The above are 30 per cent, to 50 per cent, below usual prices, DBEIS DEPARTMENT. Large Purchase of 3.500 yards COLORED BROOHK VELVETEEN in all the latest shades; former price, 2s 6d per yard. We have marked this line to clear at Is 3d per yard. We have also purchased several hundred pieces of FANCY DRESS GOODS, wh'ch we shall offer at marvellous prices TO-MORROW (Saturday) and following days. Also about 40 pieces COLORED FRENCH MERINOE 3 , 3s 6d per yard—reduced to Is lid. MILLINERY DEPARTMENT, 2,600 VELVET HATS, all new shapes ami colors, wore os 9d each- reduced to Is. Great Excitement! A, and T. INGLIS'S WINTER FLOWER SHOW will commence To-morrow (Saturday), embracing all the Latest Novelties of the Season. Now is the time to purchase Flowers that were from Is to Is 6d each-reduced to 2d each. UNDERCLOTHING DEPARTMENT. We have purchased several hundred pounds’ worth of LADIES’ AND CHILDREN’S UNDERCLOTHING which have been marked at astonishing prices, to clear on Saturday. Children’s Drawers from 4sd per pair upwards; Nightdresses from 6d upwards ; Chemises from 4)[d upwards. Inspection invited. 210 dozen Brown Holland Pinafores, Blouses, and Aprons, which we shall sell at less than half the usual price. The Bargains throughout the establishment have been the daily conversation of the whole Citv during the last week or two; but these will be far eclipsed by the Goode we are preparing to Show TO-MORROW (SATURDAY) and following days. FANCY DEPARTMENT, RIBBONS yards of nice, clean goods in all the beet colors. The Greatest Sacrifice ever made in Dunedin. Prices will be 2|d, 3Jd, and 4^d— usually sold at Md to Is per yard, SILK VELVET in Black, Terra Cotta, Bronze, Myrtlo. Brown, Light Blue, Fawn, and Cardinal, at la 6d per yard-usual price, 4s Cd per yard. CORSETS.—Good useful Corsets, usual price 2s lid, clearing at la lid per pair. Ladies’ Linen Sots of COLLARS AND CUFFS clearing at S(|d and 4?d. MANCHESTER DEPARTMENT. In this Department wo shall show a large purchase of best Colocial Blankets, 2iyds long 21s 9d, usual price 29s 6:1. 2|yds long 27s 9d, usual price 35s 6d. Also, large quantities of White Calicoes, Hirelings, etc., must be cleared before Stocktaking. Prices accordingly. MANTLE AND COSTUME DEPARTMENT. We shall chow on Saturday and following days splendid value in Short Jackets—Black Curl, Brown, Fancy, etc., all newest goods. Quantity and prices as follow 42, usual price 14s Gd—cow 7s lid. 63 ~ IC.rOd ~ 8s lid. 96 „ 19s Cd „ 10s9d, 37 24s 6d „ 12s 9d, Aho some Startling Bargains in Fur-lined Cloaks—Rabbit, Monkey, Squirrel, etc.—l6s 9d, 255, 30s—worth double the prices marked. 130 LADIES’ DARK STUFF COSTUMES, in Homespun, Serge, Cashmere, etc., all lined throughout. Your choice of these for 8s lid—wonld be cheap at 19s 6d. See them. 193 FCR CAPES, in Black, Blue, Brown, Rabbit, Goat, etc., 3s lid, 4s lid, 5s lid worth three limes the monev. 100 LONG BLACK JACKETS, newest styles and materials; bonght job; 19s 6d to 40s —worth double. A few mtgnificent QUILTED SATIN SKIRTS, evening shades, trimmed with Lice; were 37s 6J—reduced to 12s 9d. Bargains prior to Stock-taking in Ulsters, Shawls, Skirts, Ulster Tweed, Astrachans, Sealcloth, Macintoshes, Cashmere, Waterproofs, etc. HABERDASHERY DEPARTMENT As above; just a few lines to show extraordi' nary valua given. Black Kid Gloves (4 buttons, size 6), Is per pair. 4-Button Tan Kid Gloves, seif and blackstitched backs. Is 6d per pair. 4-Button Black Kid Gloves, all sizes, 2i 6d per pair. Ladies’ Liard Kid Gloves, Astrachan backs, all good colors, 4s 6d per pair. Ladies’ Cashmere Gloves, in colors and black, 6JI per pair. Children’s Cashmere Hose, in colors and black, all sizes, la 3d, la 4d, Is 51, Is 6d, Is 7d, Is Bd, Is 9J. Ladle*’ Cashmere Hose, in colors and black, Is, Is 3d, Is 61, Is fid, 2s. 2s 6d, 2s lid. Child-en’s 2 to 6 Clerical Merino Hose, 6Jd, 7jd, Sid, 9VI. CARPET DEPARTMENT. Wo have been very successful in our purchase for this department. 20 Pieces Tapestry Carpet, Is GJd per yard. 1,800 Yards Reversible Cretonne, at 9,jd. 30 Embroidered Table-covers, 5s Hd. 600 Yards Cretonne, 4Jd. Fancy Table Oil Baize, IOJd yard. 100 Pairs Laee Curtains, at Is lid. Numerous ether lines, which space does not allow us to particularise. FURNITURE, CROCKERY, AND IRONMONGERY DEPARTMENTS. We have jest landed ex Olive and Loch Awe new designs in Tea, Dinner, and Breakfast Sets, Toilet Ware, Lamps, Iron Bedsteads, Iron Folding Chairs, Enamelled Ware, Electroplated Ware. Also, a large shipment nf 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 manufacturers samples in Ladies’and Gentlemen’s Boots and Shoes at Home invoice price. The goods are now marked and ready for sale. Boys’ and Girls’ Strong Boots, 2s 6d, 3s 6d, and 4s 6d. Warm Slippers, Is 6d. We have 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 the afternoon crush. A. AND T. INGLIS, GpORqE STREET,
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