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LATE ADVERTISEMENTS. BUTTER. -Good Fresh Butter, 6.1 per lb; prime Salt Butter, Gd and 8J pr lb, Mercer Bi others. ÜBLIo iSencfit Boot Company.-Lots cf Goods at Half their Value; don’t miss this opportunity. ÜBLIG Benefit 80.,t Company. Cheap Lad es’ All Kid E.S. Boots from as Gd —worth 11s 6d. PUBLIC Benefit B;ot Company. Great slaughter Men’s Balmoials, our own make, 8s lid; secure them. „ PUBLIC Benefit Boot Company. - Sleeping reduction 1 adies’ Glace Kid E.S. Boots, only Gs lid—usual price lls 6d. PUBLIC Benefit Boot Company.—During This Month Special Bargains; at any price they must go. ÜBLiC’ - BeniSt _ Boot Company. Rare opportunity; sccuretome of the bargains; goods must be sold. 46 Princes street. REMNANT HOUSE, 29 George street (W, A, Smith). Bargains in every line. Now is the time. REMNANT HOOt-E— Great reductions in Dress Materials, Calicoes, Sheeting?, Flannels, Cretonnes, Underclothing, Corsets, Hosiery, Aprons, Pinafores. EMNANT HOUSE. —Dress Materials reduced to 4s 9d dezen yards—6s i)J ; fine strong Tweed at 7s CJ drzen. _____ EMNANT HOUsE.—Customers can have any length cut off the web as well as in remnants. MRS DREAVBH’S Great Sale of —Boxes cf Trimmed Hati and Bonnets now selling at Is lid. UNTRIMMED Hats and Bonnets, Gd (all shapes); Children’s Ulsters, sling sleeves, 2s 11J (all s'ze-), very good. AREALLY good Dress within the means of anyone. Our 12s Gd Dress Lengths are going RAPIDLY. Ladies should see them. Wo are making those Dresses for 10s Gd during the Sale. Dreaver'h, , F EW and beautiful Pinafores —Dunedin’s festive season is coining; so are our cousins, aunts, grandmothers, AND Friends, to visit us and see the Exhibition. The Children should look their very best IN Muslin and Diaper Pinafores bought at 9 Princes street from H, and B. Brownlie. See window. Glendining and dubib, Albert Buildings.—Great Bargains in Men’s, Boys’, and Youths’ Clothing, Mercery, and Hats. CARTER AND CO. beg to inform you that their First Shipment ef New Goods has arrived in Wellington per Aorangi, and during the next few days wo shall turn out our remain’ng Surplus Stock at Desperate Price ■. See Windows and Doors To-morrow. Bargains for all. KNOX CHURCH CHOIR. PRACTICE this week on Saturday, at 8 o’clock. All members arereejuistedto be present. A. J, BARTH, Organist. SPEC’AL NOTICE, JII END R Y AND SONS, • TAILORS, Have been compelled a second lime to make LARGE EXTENSIONS and ALTERATIONS to their PREMISES to meet the demands of their Large and Growing Trade, so tru-t that in tho meantime their Customers willexcme them for any delays or disappointments caused through the execution of the work. TO BRICKLAYERS. TENDERS are invited till Noon on Thursdav for Brickwork in Machggau street. J. A. BURN-IDE, Architect. CITY GAS DEPARTMENT. TENDERS will be ic.-civ.d in the Ti.vvn Clerk’s OMi re up to 5 o’clock of Wednesday, 18th September, IFB9, for the Supply of Twenty five Tons of Sydney Nitrile, delivctcl at tho Dunrdiu City Corporation Gasworks. Specifications can be seen at lire Gar Office, Town Hall, or at the Gasworks, Anderson’s Bay road, where further particulars can, if desired, bo obtained from the Gas Engineer. WM. B. TAYLOR, Secretary. Gas Cilice, Town Hall Buildings, 16 th August, 1889. COBB AND CO.’S PALACE CARS Will COMMENCE RUNNING in Dunedin On SATURDAY NEXT, 17th INST., At 7.30 a nr. FARES: ONE PENNY SECTIONS (To Coupon holders onlj). CAVEBSHAM LINE. From Caversham to St Peter’s Church, or vice versa ... ... Id From St. Peter’s Church to Kerosene Bond, or rice versa ... Id From Kerosene Bond to Carg ll’s Monument, or rice versa ... ... Id WATER OF LEITH LINE. From Water of Leith to Albany street, or vice versa ... .. Id From Albany street to St. Andrew street, or vice versa ... Id From St. Andrew street to Cargill’s Monument, or vice versa ... ... Id COUPONS arc Sold on tho Palace Cars by the Conductors at tho following rates : Coupons containing Six sectional rides Os 6d ~ ~ Twelve ~ Is fd ~ ~ Thirty-six ~ 2s Gd N.B.—Cars will also tun to Kormanby. St. Clair, Anderson’s Biy, etc., as soon as our Time Table is arranged, Special Cars may bo Ordered at any time to convey Picnic Patties, etc , at low rates. W. A. YOUNG. CHURCH OF CHRIST SUNDAY SCHOOL, Tabernacle, Great King street. FUNERAL NOTICB.—In consequence of the Funeral cf the late Mr Thomas Palmer faking place m Sunday next, 18th, there will he No School tint day, eo as to afford Teachers and Scholars an opportunity of following the Remains of their late Fellow-teacher. F. J. PHILLIPS, Secretary. WE ARE SECOND TO NONE FOR QUALITY AND PRICES. Second to None. Second to None. We Mean to Keep Our Good Name. f THE NORTH DUNEDIN BOOT DEPOT Lave one of the beat assorted Stocks in the City, including best English -' and Continental Makes. Men's I Boots from 6r lid. Women’s from 5s lid, Boys’ and Girls’ from 8s 9d, Infants’ from la L3d. No Rubbish, Note Address KING STREET, corner Union street (opposite School). REDUCED PRICES REDUCED PRICES REDUCED PRICES REDUCED PRICES OVERCOATS OVERCOATS OVERCOATS. Brown, ewing, and co. aro determined to clear 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 Overcoats, only 21s each; grand value. Seduced Prices Reduced Pi ices Reduced Prices Reduced Prices Reduced Prices Reduced Prices Reduced Prices Reduced Prices Reduced Prices Reduced Prices Reduced Prices Reduced Prices Rot need Prices Reduced Prices Reduced Prices Reduced Prices Reduced Prices Reduced Prices 60 Men’s Tweed Overcoats, with cape, 40s each ; our own mako; colonial tweeds, ■)" i Youths’ Tweed Overcoats, with cape, from 22s Gd each. 120 Boys’ Tweed Overcoats, with capo, from 17seach; aJI size?; our own make. 80 Children’s Tweed Overcoats, with cape, from 12s 6d each; plain and fancy patterns. OVERCOATS OVERCOATS OVERCOATS REDUCED PRICES REDUCED PRICKS REDUCED PRICES REDUCED PRICES REDUCED PRICES REDUCED PRICES BROWN, EWING, AND [OO.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3, Issue 7987, 16 August 1889

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 Issue 7987, 16 August 1889

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