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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2, Issue 7972, 30 July 1889
LATE ADVERTISEMENTS GOLD MEDAL CANDLES. ~IEE Particulars in M'Leod Brothers, I Limited, Advertisement Tonight. BANKRUPT Stock of Carter and Co.. Invereargill.—Sale now on at Fjfo and Cuming's. Wonderful bargains. AKENotice.— Maty F. CrOHSWeII intends to ErcoS Division Fence on Section 14, Block 1., St. Clair. . -i /\4~k/\/\/b Cabbage and Cauliflower JLU""""" Plants (best procurable), genuine Goliath Rhubarb Roots. Herb Roots. EVERYTHING always Cheap at Braith waite's Book Arcade; unnecessary to go elsewhere for bargains in Fancy Goods. THE proprietor of Braithwaite's Book Arcade imports direct from the publishers and manufacturers for cash, and gives his Customers the benefit of all Home Discounts. FIFTY Copies Robert Elsmero just arriied, at Braithwaite's Book Arcade. \r ISIT Braithwaite'B Book Arcade; no one V asked to buy ; aßk for what you want or you cannot get served. ___.. "ONTAGUE'B Great Slaughter Sale aca. knowledged to ba a Success ; don't miss this chance of picking up Bargains in all departments ; look at our Show. I WILL Not bs Responsible for any Debts contracted by my Wife after this date. Alexander Mutch, West Dunedin. ) ARCING.—A young Man wishes a few lessons in above. State terms te Dance," St ah Office. MEETING of Journeymen Painters will be held To-morrow Night in the Coffee Palace, at 8 o'clock. Geo. Robertson, secretary. BANKRUPT Stock of Carter and Co., Invereargill.—Rale now on at F-'» »•»» Cuming's. Wonderful bargains. DI.C— Bargain Tables will be continued • during this week. Inspection invited. 1.0.- Special Bargains Children's Ulsters, _S? Ladieß' Jackets, Mantles, Costumes, W.P. Cloaks, etc. DI. C-Great Bargains Untrimmed Hats, « Trimmed Millinery, very fashionable, newest Btyles, half-price. Must be cleared. DI.C— Real Bargains Drens Materials, • Combination Robes, Ladies' Corsets, Underclothing, Girls' Costumes, etc. 1.0.—1f you want anything in Fanoy 9 Goods or Needlework, visit the large department upstairs, where all reduced lines are marked in plain red figures. D 1.0.-Great Bargain Tables this week. « Goods must be cleared; all marked in plain red figures. . RUIDS.—AII Members of Otago Lod?e xy are requested to attend the Lodge Tomorrow Evening. Visitors cordially invited. Business: Presentation. Thos. Stonebridge, A.D. EARLIEST and best varieties l?eed Potatoes, Garlic, Shalots. Maorocarpa; all for present planting. Pryor, Princes street. TMOST value in Cash given for Becond\j hand Pianos. Challenge Piano Depdt, 106 George street. R. R. Moan, manager. E are Cash Buyers of Rabbitskins in any ..!_ »_ii »irir> u »„,1 ru Bond street. ONEYcan be obtained from R. Francir, Octagon (upstairp, next Athenooum). Repaid weekly, monthly, or otherwise. INDIGESTION Cured by Dr Freeman a Speoiflo; a wondeiful remedy. EUUdon and Co., agents, 30 Princes street. LAUNDRINE SOAP. ) EAD M'Leod Brothers', Limited, Adveri tisemont giving particulars RUGS FOR SALE. IDWARD L. LEES, ' High strbet, Has a few very nice TASMANIAN RUGS For Sale chf ap. INSPECTION INVITKD. NZ. AND SOUTH SEAS EXHIBITION, 1850 90. Photographic Gallery. THE Exhibition Official Photographer (Mr D. A. De Maus) is in attendance at his Studio in the Exhibition Buildings daily from 12 to 4 p.m. Season Ticketholdcra and of the Choir aro requested to call at their earliest con-
D. HARRIS HASTINGS, Secretary. SHAG POINT COAL. k RDKRS to be address 3d to Mr EATON, ROBERT GLENDINING 1 P .. ol)rietorß JAMES HAZLETT popneton. W.0.T.U.-LEAVITT HOUSE. THE ANNUAL SALE OF JUVENILE WORK will bo Opened by Dr Stuart on WEDNESDAY, the 31st INST., at 7.30 p.m., and continued on THURSDAY and FRIDAY, Ist and 2nd AUGUST. Open from 3 o'clock TO THE RATEPAYERS OF LEITH WARD, I HAVE to announce that in compliance with tho request of a large number of the Ratepayers cf the Ward, I have decided to contest Leith Ward at the forthcoming Municipal Election. THOMAS JOHNBTON, King street. N.Z. EXHIBITION COMPANY, Ltd. SHAREHOLDERS in the above Company are reminded that the 3rd o*ll of 2s 6d per Share is due on August sth, 1889. As the Government Subsidy of LIO.OOO will not be payable until 10s in the £ of the Company's capital has been paid up, the Directors respectfully urge shareholders to at once pay this (Jail and not wait for it to be oolleoted. D. HARRIS HASTINGS, Secretary. NOTHING SUCCEEDS LIKE SUCCESS. TUDGING from the immense crowd that visited our Establishment on Saturday our efforts to satisfy the Public are botog apDON'T MISS THIS OPPORTUNITY OF TICKING UP CHEAP BARGAINS. GREAT SLAUGHTER SALE MONTAGUE'S, Princes street. REDUCED PRICE 3 REDUCED PRICES REDUCED PRICES REDUCED PRICES OVERCOATS OVERCOATS OVERCOATS. BROWN, EWING, AND CO. aro determined to clew the remaining portion of their Winter Stock of Men's, Youths', and Boys' Tweed Overcoats, prior to stocktaking, at prices which will command a smart clearance. Inspection invited. Reduced Prices 75 Men's Tweed Overcoatß, Reduced Prices only 21s eaoh; grand valuo. Reduced Prices —- Reduced Prices 60 Men's Tweed Overcoats, Reduced Prices with cape, 40s each; our own Reduced Prices make; colonial tweeds. Reduced Prices ■■ Reduced Priceß 55 Youths' Tweed OverReduced Prices coats, with cape, from 22s 6d Reduced Prices each. Reduced Prices Reduced Prices 120 Boys' Tweed Overcoats, Reduced Prices with cape, from 17s f d each; Reduced Prices all sizes; our own make. Reduced Prices Reduced Prices 80 Children's Tweed OverReduoed Prices coats, with cape, from 12s 6d Reduced Prices each; plain and fancy patReduced Price 3 terns. OVERCOATS OVERCOATS OVERCOATS REDUCED PRICES REDUCED PRIOHS REDUCED PRICES REDUCED PRICES REDUCED PRICES REDUCED PRICES BROWN, EWING, AND CO,
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