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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3, Issue 7963, 19 July 1889
LATE ADVERTISEMENTS. ÜBLIO Benefit Boot Company.—3ee our Men's Stanley Nailed Balmorals, pronounced the best value ever offered. PUBLIC Bsnffit Boot Company.— Inspect our stock of Ladies' Balmorals—durability and neatness combined. PUBLIC Hem-lit Root Company. —Compare our Children's School Boots and be convinced of our superior bargains. PUBLIC Benefit Boot Company ~ Just opened, new lot of Ladies' Evening Shoes —beautiful goodB; low prices. >UBLIC Benefit Boot Company. The cheapen Boot Store to invest money in; prove it. B. B. Ingram, manager. ► ARGAINS Bought at 9 Prince strett V Look Well; better still, "Wear Well; they Suit Well, and, we ate glad to say, Sell Well. _______ ARGAINS, real Bargain!", genuine Barl_» gains, durable Bargains, generous Bargains, useful Bargains, capital Bargains; Bargains for Cash. Buy your Bargains at H. and B. Brownl e's. LENDINING _ AND DOBIF, Albert _ f Buildings.—Great Bargains Men's and Youths' Suits, Overcoats, etc. Sclander's wholesale stock. AST Day (Saturday, 20th July) M'Beath's J Final Drapery Pale; bargains for eveiybody; don't miss the opportunity. l-VYSTBRY of tho Forecastle; or, A Rrst--IVL less Heart—at all Booksellers; Is. The Mystery—Tbe Forecastle. WANTED in 7 days, and Carter and Co. will raise it. _\\-% AAA WANTED in 7 days, and Sb* JL " W Carter and Co. will raise i*. J&~1 AAA WANTED.-CartcraodCo dblvVv will do very funny things in order to raise the largo sum of LI,OOO during the short space of 7 WANTED.—Carter and Co. wv nsk you as a favor to see the value offered by thorn before going elsewhere; see their windows and doors to-morrow. ) ESPERATE BARGAINS.-No 1 Window is filled up with lovely Wings (all colors, worth 9d each) for One Penny. At Carter's Slaughtering Sale. ESPERATE BARGAINS.—No. 2 Window /■ is bunged up with a choice lot of Plush Astrachans (all colors), ufually la Gd yard—now 3|d. At Carter's Slaughtering Sale. ESPERATE BARGAINS—No. 3 Window w has tv magnificent show of lich Ribbons. I.ich All-Silk Ribbons, loop edge, cream, blue, etc., 4 ; } d quality for One Penny vard. At Carter's Slaughtering Sale. ESPERATE BARGAINS— No. 4 AYndow w has a grand display of Handsome Linen Sets (Collars, CulTh, and Handkerchiefs), worth la to Is M —now all at 6Jd set. At Carter's Slaughtering Sale. lOR 7 DAYS ONLY.—No. 5 Window is rilled up with lovely Ornamentp, for Dresses, Jaokets, or Mantles, usually 9d to Is Gd—now all at 3|d. At Carter's Slaughtering Sale. OR 7 DAYS ONLY.—No. 6 Window is showing a grand lot of Children's Underclothing, richly trimmed; usual price Is Gd to 2s Gd—now all at a garment. At Carter's Slaughtering ale. OR 7 DAYS ONLY.-No. 7 Window is displaying a lot of Bt.yV Dress Shirts (whito and rnrcatta): al-o. choice Hard Hat*: all to be cleared at Is each—worth 3s. At Carter's Slaughtering Sale. lOR 7 DAYS ONLY.—No. 8 Window is crowded with Men's Braces. Wool Pox, Scaif \ etc. ; all to be cleared atG?d. Carter and Cr\ UST BE FEEN TO BE BELIEVED. 'UST BE SEEN TO BE BELIEVED. WANTED —Carter and Co. %s v beg to i«f >rm you that if you do not take advantage of this extraordinary reduction in Drapery and Clothing you must not blame them. WANTED in 7 days, and t r they onlv offer these desperate prices for 7 days ; so como at once and take your choice. At Carter's Slaughtering Sal°. rv f\ WANTED in 7 Davr.—No. 9 Window will b* fil'rd ith a choice lot of Gents' Silk Tie", worth Is 6d—all to he sold at fid. At Carter';) Slaughtering Rale. WANTKD in 7 Day. _■ ~, ~ Carter's Ulster Stand filled with Girls' Ulsters, all at 2s 6d—worth 5s G'. Carter's Mantle Stand filled with Ladies' Cloth Jackets, formerly 17s 6d to 30a—now all at 4s Gd. OR 7 DAYS ONLY,—No. 1 Pillar crowded with Hose at Ono Penny pair; No. 2 Pillar filled with Fur Canes from 4s Gd up. At Carter's Slaughtering Sale. lOR 7 DAYS ONLY.—AII the rennins of our 4-plv Scotch Fingering dealing at 1» Gil lb. At Carter's Slaughtering Rile. lOR 7 DAYS — Orrat sacrifice of Wool Wrap?, all co'ors; 200 will be cleared, usually Is each—now 4?d. At Carter's Slaughtering Sale. OR 7 DAYS ONLY. Great sacrifice of Wool Wraps, all colors, large Btze, usually 2s Gd each—now Is. At Carter's Slaughtering Sale. > EMNANTS AVILL AtX BK OLPARKD k j at One half the Ma*Vrd Prico. Don't forget that a Remnant of Dress Material usually 5s will be Fold for 2s 6d. > EMNANTS OF ALL KINDS will be \ sold during tho next 7 days at One-half the Prico wo "anted ]a»t week. Call early. Carter and Co. I FECIAL BARGAINS in Carter's Clothing ) '"hop —Byron Collars, usually 7d boT. will be cleared at 3d box. Call early. BARTER. AND f'O. w.mM bo g-catly •_J obliged if you would read the altovo .vlvertierment. Carter and Co. know that there is a glut of tales just now; but they will offer Goods du ing th« next 7 days at such Desperate Prices as cannot fail to diaw a largo amount of patronage Pleafe call ear'y. ENDETIS AVantcd for 6 Looho Boxes * (wood): lowest tender or any not necessarily accepted. G. P. Stewart, Bay View road, South Dunedin. RENDERS are invited till noon of Thursday, ■ 25th ins-t., for tho erection of a New Staircase, and for Alterations aud Gas Fittings, at Brown, Swing's premises, Piinces and Manse street 3, Dunedin. MASON AND WALES. Architects. ENDERS will bo received in the Town I Clerk's office, until 5 o'clock p.m. on Wednesday, the 24th inst. (1) For keib'ng and channelling part of Melville street; (2) For repairing and metaling roads on Town Belt leading to Rnslyn. Specifications may be seen in City Surveyor s office. ADAM GIBSON. Town Clerk. Dunedin, 19th July, 1889. STANDARD FIRE AND MARINE INSURANCE COMPANY OF N.Z. Notice To Khnroholdprs. ■"KTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVKN that the j3l fhare Transfer Registers of this Company WILL BE CLOSED from Thurediy, Ist August, to Satmdav, 3lst August, inclusive THOMAS R. FUHKR. General Manager. L 25 REAVARD. IHE above Reward will be paid for such evidence as will lead to the conviction of any person Pnaring or in any other way Maliciously Destroying tho Hares at Forbury Park. By order. SYDNEY JAM??, Pecretary Dunedin Jockey Club.
Page 3 Advertisements Column 3, Issue 7963, 19 July 1889
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