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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4, Issue 7951, 5 July 1889
LATE ADVERTISEMENTS TO OUR NUMEROUS CUSTOMERS. MOLLISON, MIT.LS, AND CO. desire to return their most sincere thanks ho the public for the very liberal support accorded them since the commencement of their GREAT ANNUAL CLEARING SALE. In spite «vf dull times and bad weather the ware- , house hi,s been crowded daily by an eager throng *of keen buyers, who have never been alow to 'perceive the GENUINE BARGAINS OFFERED IN EVERY DEPARTMENT. Thto Immense Success cf the Sale is already the 3 Calk of the Town, and has far exceeded our most sanguine expectations. MOLLISON, MILLS, AND CO. APOLOGISE to th e Crorwds of Customers who, owing to the great Pro*is of Business, have not received the attention that we would have desired, and would ask us a. Special Favor that all who conveniently can will come in the morning, as in the afternoon thw lush is frequently unpleasantly heavy. BARGAIN LOTS. BARGAIN LOTS. MOLLISON, MILLS, AND CO. Special Lot of Ladies’ Underclothing. In this department we are showing an immense variety cf Made Garments in Nightdresses, Chemises, Drawers. Corsets at prices never before heard of for Goods of the same quality. Also, a Lot of Sample Underclothing; must be cleared. 500 Girls’ Knitted Skirts, C^d—worth Is.Od. 500 Girls’ Striped Thibet Skirts, BAd, ll£d, la 2d. 150 Ladies' Skirts, 3s lid—worth 8s Cd. 100 pairs Ladies’ Corsets, 3s lid—worth 7a«d. 75 pairs Ladies’ Corsets, 4s 6d —worth 8s 6cl, 95 pairs ladies’ Corsets, 4s lid—worth 9s 6d. 75 pairs Ladies’ Corsets, 6a 6d—worth 12s 6d. 50 Trimmed Hats, 2s lid - worth 7s 6d. 50 Trimmed Hats, 3s lid—worth B.s 6d. 50 Trimmed Hats, 4s lid—worth 10s Gd. WHITE CALICO, [T«be sold at 2|d, 4d, sd, s§d, GJd, or in whole pieces at even lower quotation". 'Also, 500 Pieces, of 12 yard lengths, White Calico, pure and soft in finish, most suitable for Ladies’ acd Children’s Underclothing, will be given away nt 3s lid, Us lid, 5s lid, 6s lid, 7s lid dcz;n; extraordinary value. MOLLISON, MILLS, AND CO. 525 Yards FANCY STRIPE VELVETS To bo Sold at Is ll^d—worth 5s 9d. COLORED PLUSHES Reduced to Is ll^d—worth 3s 3d. Reduced to 3s 6d—worth 5s Gd. SHOT PLUSHES 2s 9d-worth 7s GJ, MOLLISON, MILLS, AND CO. , HANDKERCHIEFS. Job Lot of Handkerchiefs (put up in I dor.ms), , 6d, 9d per i dozen; very line for children. Also at Is 3d, Is Gd, 2s 3d, 2s HJd, 3s Gd, 4s 3d per i dozen. Hcra-slitclird Handkerchiefs, Is lid rer A dozen. Lace Handkerchiefs, is 9d per A dozen. MOLLISON, MILLS, AND CO. TRAVELLERS’ TRAVELLERS’ Samples Samples of Lambswool Singlets, Lambswool Ribbed Drawers, Merino Singlets, Merino Drawers, Gloves, Sox, Scarfs, Braces, TO UB SOU) AT MALI'' THE HOME COST. MOLLISON, MILLS, AND CO. GRFAT ANNUAL dALE. Note.—This Sale will be for Cash only. No Discounts allowed. MOLLISON, MILLS, AND CO., Geoegb street (Opposite Knox Church). , MONEY TO LEND, in large or email sums, on first-class securities. STEWART AND HOLMES, Solicitors, Dunedin. GREAT FAILURE IN THE LEATHER TRADE. BOOTS AND SHOES are now being Sold at Ruinous Prices. Remember ! WE POSITIVELY MUST SELL. Do not mistake the Shop ! THE CONTINENTAL BOOT DEPOT (Opposite Post Office). THE DUNEDIN GUN CLUB. rjIHE ABOVE CLUB will meet for Shooting at TAHUNA PARK on SATURDAY, 6th inst,, at 2 p.m. 4th July, 1889, H. M. DRIVER, Hon. Sec. WM. PATRICK, 2(10 PRINCES STREET, Begs to inform his Customers and the public generally that he can still supply them with the CELEBRATED MERINO MUTTON, From the RBDCABTLE k STATE. Having Fresh Consignments Weakly. FRESH TENDERS will be received in the Town Clerk’s Office until 5 o’clock p.m. on Wednesday, 10th inst,, For Repairs to Forth street Bridge. Amended specification may be seen in the City Surveyor’s Office, ADAM GIBSON, Town Clerk. Dunedin, sth July, 1889. ~UNION STEAM SHIP COMPANY OF NEW ZEALAND, LIMITED. TENDERS FOR SUPPLIED. THE Company invito Tenders until noon of Saturday, the 13th inst., for the supply to their Steamers and Stores at Dunedin and Port Chalmers of the undermentioned items, for a period of twelve months from Ist August next, excepting Vegetables, for which alternative tenders will be received for one year or three years : —Meat, Vegetables, Bread and Scones, Biscuits, Hams and Bacon, Poultry and Eggs, Fish, Milk, Alternative tenders will be received for Dunedin only, Port Chalmers only, or Dunedin and Port Chalmers. The lowest or any tender will not necessarily be accepted. Tenders addressed to the manager, and endorsed ’* Tender for ,” to be on the printed forms only, obtainable at the Company’s Offices, Water street, where all necessary information will be furnished. Dunedin, July 5,1889. BOOTS! BOOTS! BOOTS! NO MISTAKE ABOUT IT. PROVING IT EVERY DAY. SIMON BROTHERS are giving substantial proof of their ability to give the Best Value in the City. The Reason Plain The Reason Plain The Reason Plain The Prices Tell The Prices Tell The Prices Tell The Prices Tell Guaranteed Wear Guaranteed WearGuaranteed Wear We are large Mauufacfacturers, and also Import Direct all best English and Foreign makes. Ladies and gents, see further new shipments just opened, .and especially note prices, ’ Ladies’splendid Evening Shoes from 4s 6d, superior Kid Elastics from 5s lid, Button Boots from 7s 6d, stylish Walking Shoes from 6s 9d; Gents’ Sewn Balmorals 10s 6d, superior Walking Shoes 8i 6d, Walkers’ Shoes 5s 6d, See windows for special lines. Our Famous Beehive Boots give greater satisfaction than over. Just see them. Men’s strong Balmorals 9s 6d, Bluchers 5s lid ; Women’s strong Lace-ups from 6s lid, splendid Leather Elastics 7b GJ. f Boys’ and Girls' extra School Boots i strong Boots from 3s Gd (.upwards. Note Address— SIMON BROTHERS, George street (near Ootsgon). GREAT Day To-morrow (Saturday).—Bar T gains in every department throughout (be house. A. and T, luglis.
Page 3 Advertisements Column 4, Issue 7951, 5 July 1889
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