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LATE ADVERTISEMENTS. AND T. INGLI3 will make their First Show of Spring Novclticss To-morrow ( "alurday). Inspestion invited. , R ALt'KEO G. BAKER, Teacher of ;». G, or 7 String Bjdjj; terms L2 2* per quarter in advance. Classes by special a-range-inent. Intending Pupils can have their banjos chosen by Mr Baker before leaving the warehou le. Address- Forth street, near Bridge. ' AND AND SEA. - This wtek fun for J young and old. Contains best reading matter of any weekly. "CARTOON and Comic Sketches. Kxhtbmon J Notes, ete. M"st luighablo. Bead Spray, Scraps, and Cuddie Headrigg; 2d, i)fi£\ Cases Sydney Oranges, Man J annp, &\J\j Passion Fruit, Lemons, Tines, per Wakatipu. Bull. Cases Sevillea, per Wakatipu ; short i_r \r crop; order early. Bull, George street and Princes street. Charming Varieties of Flower Seed, \9 \j 2i 6d; Cabbage and Cauliflower Plants in large quantities. Bull. 'ATERPROOF Coats. -A few left, which n we are Selling at Cost. If you require a really good article, cheap, call at Masters's, the Hattei's. AND T. INGLI3 will make their First L • Show of Spring Novelties To-morrow (Saturday). Inspection invited. UrOMAT/C Supply Machine will bo in L full swing on Saturdav at door ot Jacobs's Gift Depflt. J\. Pennits with you. Delicious Sweetmeats, Chocolate: good value for money. L L'TOMATIC Supply Machine. You get more for a Penny than for a Shilling. ■ » EMNANT HOUSE, 29 Georie street (W. Jl\j A. Smith). —Bargains in every line. Now is the time. > EMNANT HOUSE -Groat reductions in ij Dress Materials, Calicoes, Sheeting*, Flannelp, Cretonnes, Underclothing, Coraeta, Hosiory, Aprons, Pinafore?. REMNANT HOUSE,—Dress Materials reduced to 4s OJ dozen yards— 6i 9d ; fine strong Tweed at 7s 6d dozen. > EMNANT HOUsE.-Customers can have any length cut off the web aB well as in remnants. PAIR 3 BOOTS, IGHTBAND, ALLAN'S Stock, ALF Usual Prices. G. GREE?, 37 George street. i UTTelß.—Piime Salt Butter, 8d per lb; m..m good Salt Bnttor, C> 1 per lb: a larse quantitv of good Fresh Butter, 6d per lb. Mercer Brothers. lj tion, loosens the hard cough, reduces inflammation ; Is 3d at all grocers. GLENDINING AND DOBIE, Albert Buildings.—Clearing Men's, Boys', and Youths' Clothing asd Mercery. Nominal Pi ices. TT Co 's entire Dnnedin Bankrupt Stock at tbo City Boot Palace, 71 George street. Cabbage and Cauliflower .xr\j\7 \j \s PUnts; best in City ; frrfh every morning. Pryor, Prirces street. RHUBARB Roots, Rhubirb Roots, Asparagus Herb Boots: earliest, most prolific varieties Seed Potatoes ; see show. Pryor. r ITITITITR 131 obtainable for present sowing ; Little Gem, Hurst, BHbs Abundance, Peas, Beans, Carrots, Onions, Parsnips. Pryor, Princeß atrect, A AND T. INOLU will ms>ko their First • Show of Fining Novelties To-morrow (Saturday). Inspection invifcri. IHK "UTILE DUICI" HAT.-1 he latest novelty ia Gentlemen's Felt Hats; strongly recommended by the highest medical authorities as being the most perfect Sanitary Hat produced : inspection invited. Brown, Ewing, and Co. 1HE~" UTILE~DULCI" " HAT~ls~fitied with a New Patent Ventilating and Grease-proof Leather, thereby ensuring additional ease and comfort to tho wearer, and is without exception the Lightest Hat made; to be hid in cinnamon, mou»e, lion, brown, chocolate, and b'ack colors. At Brown, Ewing, and Co.V. INOOLN, BENNETT, AND OO.'S SILK i HATS.—One Case just opened ; latest London styles. Alsa, a magnificent range of Gentlemen's Silk Scarfs. Shirts, Gloves, etc., etc., suitable for Spring, 1889. At Brown, Ewing, and Co.'g. lOOTS! BOOTS!. BOOTS! » THE NORTH DUNE DIN B3OT DEPOT Keep their good came for quality and Low Prices. {See extensive variety of Eng'ii-h, Foreign, and Colonial Boots. Women's Boots from 6s 3d. Mkn'B from 5i lid. Boys' and Gmr.a' at prices defying keenest competition. AddKF* -KING STREET, cornerUniou street. MUTTON HAMS MUTTON HAMS. JRE UNDERSIGNED have on band a I. Fir6t-class Stock of Mutton Hams, which they are selling from One Shilling each. DUNEDIN CO-OPERATIVE MEAT SUPPLY COMPANY, LIMITED, George street. NOTICE TO BUYERS. C| W. WHITE. 10 Ciawford street, Duc- '• ed n, has just landed a few ewes of CHOCOLATE in various suitab'e stjle3 from Messrs Dunn and Hewett, of London. Intending purchasers should lose no time in making selection. Also on b»nd. parcel of Messrs Gray. Dunn, and Co.'s SCOTCH tHORTBREAD in decorated tir s. In the Estate of JANE SIMPSON, late of Cumberland street, Dunedin, Widow, deceased. ALL PERSONS HA.VISIG CI. VIMS against the above Kb'ate are requeited to render particu'urs thereof to the undersigned on or before the 31st day of Angust, 1889, after which d»te the Estate will be distribute ', having regard only to the Claims then rendered. Tated this 16th day of August, 1889. BIEVWRIGHT AND JAMES. 14 High street, Dunedin. DUNEDIN CITY TRAMWAYS. FECIAL CARS ARE NOW RUNNING between Manse street and Kerosene Bond. FARE-ONE PENNY. BOOTS! BOOTS! BOOTS! LAS'' WEEK! LAST WEKK ! BARC AINS ! BARGAINS ! I'ROM LIGHTBANP, ALLAN, AND CO.'S BANKRUPT STOCK, AT ~ IM 0 N BROTHERS'. C Note this—Every p»ir of Famous Beehive Boots roLAST WEFK. duced. Fee prices in window LAvT WEEK and outside. All New Goods. Men's s ewn Balmorals LIGHTBAND, from 9s 9d; Men's Extra ALLAN, & CO. Strong from 8a 9d s Meu's LfGHTBAND, good Bluchers from 53 9d. ALLAN, & CO. Women's Kid Boots from 53 91: Women's Leather Boots from fls 91; Women's BANKRUPT Supsrior Walking Shoes STOCK. -{ from 6s 6d ; Women's EvenBANKR'TT ing Shoes from 4s 91; STOCK, Women's Snpoiior House Boots, 3s lid. Gents' splendid TcnnU LAST WEEK. Shoes, ss9l—usua»lyllfi63. LAST WEEK. Children's Evening Shoes LAST WEEK from Is lid. Boys' and Girls' Bootsendless variety at e'earing BANKRUPT prices. STOCK. LAST WEJTK BANKRUPT LAST WEEK STOCK. LIGHTBAND, ALLAN, AND CO.'S BANKRUPT L STOCK, AT SIMON BROTHERS! George street (near Octagon}. BANKRUPT BANKRUPT STOCK. BANKRUPT

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4, Issue 7993, 23 August 1889

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 Issue 7993, 23 August 1889

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