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LATE ADVEBTISBMBNTS Xv'tMMf Pines, delicious'llavor, 8d each ; fine large, sweet Bull. FRUIT Trees. Apple*. Pears, Pining Peaches, etc., Roses (11. P.i and Teas); all well grown. Poiatoei. All leading Kidney and round vai ieties ; Vegetable i'eeds for preI sent sowing. Howden and MoncricfT, 015 Lot of Night Dress Cases, Brush-and--r Cnmb Bags, Antimacassars (suitable for working at school); reduced prices; Lot of Silks, good coloia, to clear at 9d a dozen. Mits Oloutrh. I WILL give in Exchange for Pure-bred White faced Spanish Rooster, Two Purebred Light Brahma Roosteis Auckland's btrain. " Alpha," Box 361. AND DOBIK, Albert OT Buildings. Special Bargains for Tomorrow in Blankets, Flannels, Sheetings, and Countoi panes. GLENDINING AND DOBIE, Albert Buildings.—Great Bargains in Men'f, Boys', and Youths' Clothing, Mercery, and Hata. ILENDINING AND DOBIK, Albert Building*. Tiemendous Bargains in Cashmorts, Velveteens, Galateas, Prints, etc. /GLENDINING aN D DOBIE, Albert \JT Buildings.—Great Bargains in Fur Boas, Laces, Flouncings, Fmbroiderles, Umbrellas, and Gloves. GLKNDINING AND DOBIE, Albert Bui dings.—Special Bargains in Flowers, Feathers, Millinery, Underclothing, Ulsteis, and Waterproofs. Tweed Overcoats for JJ Men and lJnys.—Splendid variety ; 7» fid to 595. Clothing Factory, Octagon. | REMNANT House.—Buy your Drapery from the Remnant House, 29 George ttreet, opposite Nelson, Moate, and Co.V. REMNANT House for Corset*, Hosiery, Gloves. Ladies' and Children's Colonial I Knitted Hote a specialty. > EMNANT House for Calicoes, Remnants \i of Sheetings, Di esses, Cretonne, Flannels, Shirting, Linings; marked cheap for cash. ft EMNANT House.— A few I adics Water- '■ proof Cloaks left, cheap at 2T>j—now clearing at 12s 6d ; inspect, DRESSMAKING Classes by Tailors' Scientific System still conducted at Mrs Geo. Beetle's, Stuart etreet. RESS MATERIALS at Home coßt prior to Stocktaking.—ll pieces soft Twilled Homespun, 4Jd per yard, in mid and dark green, greys, ana browns. At Brown, Ewing, and Co.'s. )RESS MATERIALS at Home cost prior to Stocktaking.—lß pieces Caledonian Homespuns, GJd per yard; assort:d shades. At Brown, Ewing, and Co.'s, RESS MATERIALS at Home coat prior to Stocktaking,—4 pieces only Fancy Dress Brocade, clearing prices 3:,' d per yard. At Brown, Ewing, and Co.'s. RESS MATERIALS at Home cost prior to Stocktaking.—ls pieces Striped Pcotch Costume Tweed*, at IOJd per yard. At Brown, F.wing, and Co.'s. 3 RESS MATERIALS at Homo cost prior lo Stocktaking. —!l pieces only Striped Estamines (all wool), lljd per yard; newest designs. At Brown, Ewicg, and Co.'s. J\ K HS MATERIALS at Home cost prior to Stocktaking.—22 pitccs Navy Estamine Serges, all wool and fast dyes, Is 3d per yard. See Dress Windows. At Brown, Ewing, and Go's. RESS MATERIALS at Home cost prior s to Stocktaking.—All our Black French CAshmeres and Merinoes are marked at Home cost, from Is (Id to Gs Cd per yard. Brown, Ewing, and Co. RESS MATERIALS at Home cost pnor to Stocktaking. During theseason a large and varied lot of Dress Remnants have accumulated, all of which must be sold before Stocktaking At Brown, Ewing, and Co.'s. NEW ZEALAND AND SOUTH SEAS EXHIBITION, 1889-90. ' rKNDERS are invited, until noon of August 10th, for the Right of Issuing a Daily Official Programme at the Exhibition. Particulars at the office. D. HARRIS HASTINGS, Secretary. TENDERS WANTED. SHAG POINT COAL MINE. IBNDERSare invited for Delivering Coal from Railway Trucks throughout the City and fuburbs. Tenders to be lodged with Mr Eaton, the Company's Dunedin agent, on or before Tuesday, 30th inst. Fu'l particular* can be obtained on application to Mr Faton at the Railway Station. For the Proprietors, JOHN DAVIE, Int. Sec. NATIONAL MORTGAGE CO. have the following new ENGINES For Pale, at Reduced Pricee. Maker?, ROBEY AND CD., Lincoln, England ; One 3 h.p. vertical engine and boiler One 3 h.p. hoisting engine One 6 h.p. portable engine Two 8 h.p. portable engines One 9 h.p, portablo engine One 12 h.p. portablo engine One 12 h.p. patent fixed engine and hoijer. NATIONAL MORTGAGE CO., 11 Bond street, Agents for Robey and Co., Lincoln, THE SUCCESS OF THE SEASON! IS THE SALE OF ILARKSON'S WHOLESALE STOCK: OF / SOFT GOODS WAREHOUSE, DOWLING STREET (Fear Garrison Hall), CONDUCTED BY DUTHIE BROS, Of George street. That the Pub'ic appreciate the genuineness of this Sale of Firbt-class Stock is apparent by the thousands who have visited the Warebouse during the past week, and by the eager way in which the goods have been bought both by Retail and Wholesale buyers. The Christchurch stock is now nearly all opened up, and we beg to announce that this is the LAST FOUR DAYSI Of this most successful Sale iu Dowling street^ Which closes MONDAY, JULY 22. A ftcr which the remaining Stock will be On view at our premises, 174 AND 176 GEORGE STREET. Don't forget to visit us. Everything is Fresh and New and at Half Wholesale Cost. DUTHIE BROS., DRAPERS. BOOTS 1 BOOTS! 1 BOOTS!! 1 BE ■« IDE AWAKE THIS WEEK. THIS WEEK. IMON BROTHERS confidently invite comKJ parison of Prices and Quality this week in superior Boots at Extraordinary Low Prices. Best Makes Best IVlakea Best Makes Prices this Week Prices this Week Prices this Week Pr'ces thU Week Noßubbih Noßubb:,h Prices Must Convince Prices Must Convince See large Stock, extensive variety in Pinet*, Wolfs, Bosstocks, Hertz, "Vernons, Cove and Wests, Barrieß, etc., etc. , See prices. Ladies Kid Elastics from !>a lid; Balmorals, Gs lid; splendid Shoes, Gs 0J; Slippers, 2s lid. Men's Balmorals from 1 9d; Elastics, 9a 6d; Shoes, U 6d; Child's t-hoes from is Gd. See them. No rubbish. ' " Beehive" Boots, more famous than ever. Genuine Testimonials 12 to 21 months' .wear. ' Men's splendid Watertight Balmorals, 9a 6d ; extra strong Watertights, 12s 6d; Bluchers, 5s lid; Women's Leather Balmorals, 6s lid; Leather E.S., 7s Gd; Boys' and Girls .from 3s 6d. ; ! See Windows and Out ide lbii Weik. SIMON BROTHERS, George street (near Octagon), '

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3, Issue 7969, 26 July 1889

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 Issue 7969, 26 July 1889

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