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Page 1 Advertisements Column 2, Issue 7978, 6 August 1889
DRAPERY. JJERBERT, HAYNES, AND CO. NEW SEASON’S GOODS. We have just receiver, ex Tongariro, a shipment of the most Fashionable Fancy Black Dress Materials procurable in the English and Foreign Markets, including BLACK CROSS-STITCH BORDERED ROBES. BLACK BRAIDED ROBES. BLACK EMBROIDERED ROBES. BLACK APPLIQUE GAZE DE LAINE ROBES. BLACK ARABESQUE CASHMERE. BLACK MOIRE STRIPED CASHMERE. BLACK DIAGONAL CASHMERE. BLACK ARABESQUE CREPE DELAINE, Our Black Fel Cashmeres and Merinos are the same quotations as last season (m spit of the heavy advance in wool), our orders having been placed very early. We are advised from London that Black Costumes were never so fashionable as at present. Ladies wishing to see the Largest Variety and the Best Value Procurable, will do well to INSPECT OUR STOCK. HERBERT, HAVNES, AND CO. CARPET DEPARTMENT. In this Department wo are now showing a Stock which, for quality, variety, and choiceness of design, is unapproachable in New' Zealand. We have at present an excellent assortment of Eastern Hugs and Mats, comprising amongst others the following Persian Rugs Turkey Rugs Anatolian Rugs Daghestan Rugs Mirzaporo Ruga Burraah Ruga Tanj ore Rugs Mecca Rugs And a variety of other Rugs and Mats in all the most recent novelties. FURNISHING DEPARTMENT. We have just opened, ex s.s. Coptic, a large parcel of CURTAINS for Winter use. These, in addition to our formerly extensive stock, place us in a position to confidently affirm that never before has such variety or value been obtainable in Dunedin. We note as under a few of the novelties in CURTAINS to which we refer: SILK DAMASK CURTAINS ARRAS TAPESTRY CURTAINS CHENILLE STRIPE CURTAINS BURMESE TAPESTRY CURTAINS INDIAN CRH PE CURTAINS HOLYKOOD TAPESTRY CURTAINS And, in addition to the above, a very large stock in all qualities of Madras Muslin, Estamene, Purl, Lace, Tapestry, and other Curtains, Materials for Door Curtains and Hall Portieres in Plushottc, Cross Stripes, and Art Serge. Window Poles and patent self-acting Door Rods in great variety HERBERT, HAYNES, AND CO. GOAL HOXZG23. SHAG POINT COAL. SHAG POINT COAL. SHAG POINT COAL. THE PROPRIETORS beg to intimate lo the public, as a safeguard against the imposition of other coals, that the SHAG POINT COAL, while it may not have so bright an outward appearance as some other coals, has these two valuable properties for Household Consumption not possessed by others, IT GIVES GREATER HEAT, AND IS MORE LASTING. Universal Satisfaction is Guaranteed to Householders by the use of SHAG POINT COAL. Procurable from the Proprietors Direct. Orders addressed Mr Eaton, Box 107, Post Office. THE CHEAPEST AND MOST ECONOMICAL COAL IN THE MARKET. GORE BROTHERS, Cumberland street, Sell Coals and Firewood; also Chaff, Hay, Oats, Bran, and Straw. Carting done. Furniture carefully removed. Livery and Bait stand Cd, with bait 3s pe day. Note particularly address; telephone, 546
THE PEOPLE’S COAL. Consumers are requested to aak for the People’s Coal. It is the best and cheapest Joal from the Green island District. E, G. ALLEN, Vogel street. JAMBS GIBSON, Goal Merchant, Vogel street, Dunedin, has in Stock Coalbrookdale, Newcastle, Kaitangata, Shag Point, Walton Park, Freeman, and Green Island Goal. Having the largest Stall in the Business our Orders are delivered promptly. A Government Guarantee of the weight with each load. KAITANGATA RAILWAY AND COAL COMPANY, LIMITED. KAITANGATA COAL. THE special qualities of the KAITANGATA COAL arc its general cleanness and entire absence of dirty smoke, requiring no attention whatever once the fire is made; and householders who use it exclusively will, no doubt, recognise the great saving of constant cleaning and sweeping. To mix it with other Coals scarcely gives it justice, and the Company recommend consumers to use it alone, when its full advantages can be realised. Sold and delivered by all Coal Merchants. REY MOUTH OOA LIS, Best Household Coal in the Market. Includes "BRUNNER,” "COALPIT HEATH,” AND ‘ ‘ WALLSB ND ” COLLIERIES. Last Year’s Output—over 160,000 Tons. Also “ COALBROOKDALE,” " NEWCASTLE,” And all kinds Local Coal. Firewood—All sorts and lengths, at lowest rates, To Countey Blacksmiths and Merchants. —We have constantly arriving Cargoes of best Double-screened Brunner Nuts, so favorably known for smithy purposes. Orders by post or otherwise punctually attended to. Delivered in any quantity at Railway Station in hags or waggons. To Maltsters and Ironkodndebs.—We are largo manufacturers of Coko for malting and smelting purposes—cannot be equalled. To Bricklayers and Contractors.—We manufacture at our Mines all kinds of Fire-clay Goods, equal to best imported, and much cheaper, Fire-bricks, Fire-clay, and all kinds of Fire Tiles for Bake Ovens, Ranges, and Grates, etc., etc., kept in stock. GREY VALLEY COAL COMPANY, LIMITED. F. M'ARDLE, Local Manager. ST. GEORGE JAM.—Once used, always used. All Grocers.
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