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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3, Issue 7975, 2 August 1889
LATE ADVERTISEMENTS. TO CAT!PENTERS.—' Wanted, Tenders for Removing and other work to a small Cottage iu York place; also Tenders for Excavating. J. A. BURNSIDE, Architect. TENDERS required for Filling-up Section in King street; 300, 400 yards. Lawrence, builder, King street. mENDERS for Advertising Frontages Close JL To-morrow, 12 o'clock, T. M. Wilkinson, Medical Hall, Princes sheet. mRY Shelton’s “Solid Value” Boots; X famous wear. Retailed at 157 George street, next Sinclair Pcdeu’s. X AAA Head of spier did Poultry; Xvl/rl Rhubarb, grown under glass, large bundles, 6d each; Peninsula Cauhliowets. Bull. ODDMENTS in Winter Mantles and Jacketa, ptior to stock-taking, atHorae cost. Brown, Ewing, and Co. ODDMENTS in Winter Fur-lined Cloaks, Boas, Victorines, etc, prior to stock - taking, at Homo cost. Brown, E.ving, and Co. DDMENTS in Winter Dress Stuffs, prior to stock-taking, at Homo cost. Brown, Ewing, and Co. ODDMENTS in Winter Costumes, prior to stock - taking, at Home cost. Brown, Ewing, and Co. DDMBNTS in Winter Hosiery. Fur Tiimrnings, etc, pior to stock-taking, at Home cost. Brown, Ewing, and Co, ODDMENTS in Ladies’ Winter Glove?, prior to stock-taking, at Home cost. Brown, Ewing, and Co. ODDMENTS in Winter Millineiy of every description, prior to stock-taking, at Home cost. Brown, Ewing, and Co. MRS DUEAVER is selling the choaiest Underclothing ever seen in Dunedin; Ladies’ Chemises, handsomely trimmed, Is lid and 2s lid ; best value ever seen anywheie. STRONG Twilled Chemises, frilled (large siz s), 2s lid, the very best thing for everyday wear; selling rapidly. STILL aorao of our 12s fid Dress Lengths, rare value; All-wool Serge, with bordois, 15a fid dress lengths. mHOSE are really First-class Goods, at I Prices within the reach of everyone. At Mrs Dreaver’s. GLENDINING AND DOBIK, Albert Buildings. Special Bargains for Tomorrow in Blankets, Flannels, Sheetings, and Counterpanes. GLENDINING AND DOBIB, Albert Buildings.—Great Bargains in Men’s, Boys’, and Youths’ Clothing, Mercery, and Hats. LENDINING AND DOBIK, Albert Buildings. Tremendous Bargains in Cashmeres, Homespuns, Velveteens, Galateas, Prints, etc. LBNDINING AND DOBIB. Albert Buildings.—Great Bargains in Fur Boas, Laces, Flouncing?, Embroideries, Umbrellas, and Gloves. TENDINING AND DOBIE, Albert Bui’dings.—Special Bargains in Flowers, Feathers, Millinery, Underclothing, Ulateis, and Waterproof. CARTER AND GO. ate determined to clear out all their Surplus Stock during the next fortnight, as their Now Goods will soon bo here for the Exhibition Season. CARTER AND CO. are offering Greater Bargains in Drapery and Clothing than any firm in Dunedin. See their Doom and Windows. CARTER AND CO. for Extraordinary Bargains.—No. 1 Window crammed with Alexander’s Knitting Cotton, 9.1 lb—usually 2s fid ; and Crochet Hanks, Is dozen—usually 2s fid. CARTER AND CO. for Extraordinary Bargain?, —No 2 Window crowded with lovely Linen Sets (Collars, Cuffs, and Handkerchiefs), usually Is to Is fid—now all at fijd set. Sec them. CARTER AND CO. for Ex’raordinary Bargains.—No. 3 Window crammed with rich Frilling?, usually 6Jd to Is yard—now almost given away at IJd yard. CARTER AND CO. for Extraordinary Bargains —No, 4 Window crowded with a splendid lot of rich Ornaments for Dresses or Mantles, worth Is—now all at 3* 1. Call and sea them. CARTER AND CO. for Extraordinary Bargains,—No 5 Window has a grand ilisplsy of Rich Ribbons at Desperate Prices; rows of Ribbon nt Id, IJd, and 2Jil—worth 3 times tho money. CARTER AND CO, for Wonderful Bargains.—No. G Window filled up with lovely Wings—worth 9d—for One Penny ; selling fast. ARTER AND CO, for Wonderful Bargains.—No. 7 Window filled with Oharletou Collars (all sizes), usually Is box—now 2 boxes for Is. CARTER AND Co. for Wonderful Bargain?. —No. 8 Window crowded with Boys’ Paper Collars; G boxes for one penny.
CARTER AND CO. for Wonderful Bargains. —No. 9 Window filled up with a grand lot of li fid Ties ; all to be cleared at fid. CARTER AND CO. are also showing at their doers Extraordinary Linos : call early and see. Fiugerkg Wool, all colors, Is 9J lb. rj PECIAL. —Read the above Advertisement, Jo ®nd Remember that the above Bargains will only bo on offer for the next Two Weeks ; so come early and secure the first choice. T> EMNANTS OF RIBBON, Lace, Prints, Flannels, Calicoes, Cashmeres, and Dress Materials—in fact Remnants of all kinds—will be offered during the nest two weeks only at ore-half the price they arc marked; call eatly. At Cartels. A MASTERS, the leading Fashionable • Hatter. A Urge Stock of all the latest shapes and colors. REMNANT HOUSE, 29 George street. — Everything reduced for One Week only; everything clean, no ruhbidi. REMNANT HOUSE for Flannels, Calicoes, Sheetings, etc. All reduced for On; Week only. Genuine bargains. BMNANT HOUSE —Dress Materials re dncod to 8s lid dozen yards—just halfprice; Calicoes frr m 2s fid drz' n. REMNANT HOUSE for Ladled Hose, in all colors and qualities, from fid pair upwards; Corset 3, Underclothing. REMNANT HOUSE. A few Ladies’ Waterproof Cloaks left, clearing at 8s lid —splendid value, suitable for dust or rain. GEORGE SEARLE, Hosiery Manufacturer. ' —Men’s Knitted Sox, is; Boys’ and Girls’ strong Knitted Hose from _ GEORGE SEARLE.—Men’s Knitted Pants, " 4s 9d ; Ladies’ Knitted Hose, Is 91 : Men’s strong Shirts, Ifl 91 ; Boys’ Shiite, Is 2d. fN EORGE SEARLE, 113 George street, near \JT Hanover street, the oldest hosiery manufacturer in town. Ladies can have their own wool knitted. DTJTHIE BROS for Evening Dresses, Nets, Cashmeres, Gauzes, in all newest evening shades, at half usual prices. DUTHIB BROS., 174, 176 George street, are now showing balonc; of Clarkson's Stock. DUTHIE BROS, for Children’s Flannelette and Turkey Red Underclothing; also, Infants’ Gowns, Flannels, etc., at less than wholesale cost. JOB Lot of Night Dress Cases, Brusb-and Comb Bags, Antimacassars (suitable for working at school); reduced prices; Lot of Silks, good colors, to clear at 9d a dozen. Miss Clough. I' B. PARTRIDGE (from Stagg and _J» Mantle’s, London) is now Clearing Out all Winter Goods at a great reduction. Ostrich Feathers Curled and Dyed to any shade, equal to new. DRESSMAKING on the premises ; good fit guaranteed. Mourning Orders promptly executed. All goods of the best quality, at lowest town prices. Corner St. David and Cumberland streets. JAMES HALE, cheap Picture-framer and Cutler: Mouldings and Glass gold in small quantities. Hanover street,
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