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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3, Issue 8005, 6 September 1889
LATE ADVBRTISEM^TB. 10M ROBERTSON (late Dunedin manager A. for 10 years for Lightbaud, Allan, and Oo.) is selling bis old fiim's stock at the City Boot Palace, 71 George street. ÜBLIO Benefit Boot Company.-Try our JL Men's Balmorals at 8s lid ; the best value ever offered. ÜBLIO Benefit Boot Company.—Ladies, JL inspect our All kid E.S. Boots, ?n Gd ; quality will surprise yon. PUBOb~Beneot Boot Company.-Two more cheap Hues—Girls' Shoes, 2s Cd ; Gills' Balmorals, 3,j 6d. PUBLlOßeutfit Boot Company.—Decided bargains. Ladies' Glace Kid _\S. Boots at Cs lid—well wiithlls 6d. PUBLIC Benefit Boot Corr-piny.—Goods must be sold; don't miss the chance for bargains. 4G Princes stieet. ENTLEMEN wearing Masters's fashion•\_t\ able extra-light Flexible Ventilated Hats are not martyrs to the sweating systtm, but are cool and comfortable. 50 Princes Btreet. im/a'ASTEUS has all the latest novelties in _K_ Ties, Scarfs, Bows, Tie Clips, Shirt Suspenders, and Studs. "ASTEKB'd Stock of White and Regatta Shirts and Underclothing is of the latest fashion; all prices. MASTERS AND CO., the Leading _.» Fashionable Hat Manufacturers, Importers, aud Gentlemen's Hosiery Establishment. Princes street. JUI HIE BROS, invito inspection of New Spring Go ,ds Millinery, Mantle. l , Jackets, Dustcoats, Garibaldis. DUTHIB BROS, are now showing splendid Stock of Embroidered Robes, Composite DreBSCS- all late it shades. ?"\UTHIK BROS, are now showing Spring _/ Goods in all departments. 174, 176 George street. I RAND SHOW NEW GOODS. RELIABLE QUALITY. LOWEST j PRICES. JARTER AND CO. have now landed a _/ Splendid Lot of New Goods for the Exhibition Season (larger variety and almost double the u.ual quantity), ex Pleione, Nelson, Aorangi, and Coptic, and wou 1 d ask you to compare their prices. Call early. WINDOW No. 1 contains a splendid lot of Sashes, all colors, Is Gd. 1< lid up; Lace in great variety from Id yard, and Leather Belts in great variety from 9d. Carter and Co. 7 INDOW No. 2 contains a urand lot of v T New Gloves, irom pair up ; pure Silk from Is 6d ; tiptop Kid Tips from Is lid ; and Kid Gl ves in great variety. Special L'ne in 8-button length Undressed Kid, 2i lid pair. Carter and Co. 7 INDOW No. 3 contains a wondeiful » t choice of Rich Ribbons, from ljd yard; BroobtS Fash Ribbons from llfd yard. All the New Colors. Carter and Co. 'INDOW No, 4 contains a splendid lot , , of New Umbrellas, in lid, 2s lid, 3s lid up; Black Silk Umbrellas fiom 5s lid up. Tiy Carter and Co. "INDOW No. 5 contains a grand lot of T 7 New Sunshades, long handles (husband beaterp). Another lot just marked off, ex Nelson. All the new colors strawbeny, green, etc.—at 4s Cd and upwards. Call and see. Carter and Co. INDOW No. G contains a splendid choice , T of New Swisi 3gd, 4JJ, s§d up; the best value we have ever shown. Carter and Co. 'INDOW No. 7coutu_sa splendid show T i < f the very newest in Trimmed and Untrimmed Hats, Flowers, etc. Como and see the new styles and note the prices. Carter and Co. AND 00. for Grand Value. _y Galateas, all colors, Sfd, 4Jd, s|d up; 100 New Patterns in Muslins for Pinafores or Dresses, 3Jd, 4£d, a?d up. CHARTER AND 00. for Grand Value. 50 ) ' New Patterns in Cretonne, 3£_, 4f--l, 5|J, 6fd; Reversible Cretonnes from lOJd; Art Muslins, 421 up. ARTER AND CO. for Jackets and Mantles. v_V Grand lot just opened, from 5s lid to 50s; New Corsets, New UnderclotbiDg. Call early. ~ILOTHINO.-Try Caiter and Co; grand J lot Few Clothing j cheapest iu Dunedin. Call and sec. nLOTHING— Boys' Shirts from Is, Alcii'h \j Shirts from Is fid, new Hats and Caps from 9d up. Try Carter and Co. CLOTHING.—Men's Colonial Clothing k_y cheapest In Dunedin. Try Carter and Co. Carter and Co. import all their O Goods at first hand fiom the Manufacturers (not the Home Wholesale Houses) and Sell entirely for Ready Money; oan and do Sell their Go> ds at Lower Prices than any other Draper in Dunedin. Call and compare. &EMNANT HOUNK, 29 George Btreet (W. _j A. Smith). Bargains in every line. Now is the timp. REMNANT HOWE —Great reductions in Dress Materials, Calicoes, Sheeting*, Flannels, Cretonnes, Undetclothing, Corset*, Hosiery, Apronß, Pinafores. REMNANT HOUSK.—Dress Matonals reduced to 4s 8d dozen yards—63 Od ;. fine strong Tweed at 7s 6d dozen. >EMNANT HOUeE.—Customers can have X) any length cut off the web as well as in remnants. R" EMNANT HOUSE. Special line in La lies' Aprons, Children's Pinafores; pretty shapes and grand value. REMNANT HOUSE.-Cheap line in Underclothing, Corsets, etc., all clearing cheap for readv money. EAUTIFUL New Goods for Dunedin's •_-- Fest ; ve Season; New Millinery, New Straws, Ribbons, Silks, Flowers, Laces, Gloves. «I'EW Babylinen, Undorclotliing, Corsets, 131 Children's Stays, Pinafores, School Hats, Hose, Aprons, Pelisses, Robes. "EW Mourning Millinery Bonnets from 7s .1 fid ; Hats, 9s 61. Be quite tuie you buy at 9 Princes street, from B. and B. Brownlio. Secuio excellent value. RS DREAVEtt will show her first-cla?s selection of Spring and Summer Millinery on Tuesday, ' TH, The Goods will bo laid out for _ v inspection in the shop, and Ladies are "KVITED to come in and inspect them ; also jl to compare the price with other shows of the same clasß cf goods. Mrs Dreaver's, George street. R BROWN, Ready-money Draper, 3 t George street (near Octagon). Small expenses, email profits, quick ret m BROWN.—Strong Cotton Shirting (fast colors), 42d, 6d. New Prints, 4|d, Gd. BROWN.—Lon? Lace Curtains, 2s 6d, • 3s lid, 4s 6d, 5a Gd, up. New Oretonnes, 4£d upwards. _ BROVVNr-Gloves, 6d; Mitts, fid; Urn- • brellas, 2i 9d; White end Colored Washing Laces from Id. R BROWN. Calicoes, 2|d: Colored • Count rpanes from Is lid. Honey--1 comb Towels, 24d; Turkish Towels, (Jd. » BROWN. Ladies' and Children's L>* Bibbed Hose from 6d; maohine--1 knitted Hose (women's) la 9d, children's from !Uid. _" R BROWN.—Men's Cotton Shirts, U9J ; • Men's White Shirts, 3a 9d; Men's Cotton Drawers from is 3d. BROWN.—Ladies'Stays (bebt value m « Dunedin). Call and iaspectour stock; from is 6d upwards. ______ t BROWN, Ready-money Draper, 3 L<» Geor_e street. Study economy and I, ►SIVILEGES for Hunt Club Races, Sep- __ tember 13th and 14th, Fold at Wright Stephenson, and Co.'s New Yards on Satuiday, 7th inat, at 11 o'clock. RRAT Sale of Lightband, Allan, ard Co.'s I\_H Christchurch Stock at the City Palace, 71 George street, cornet St,. Andieyf street, "'•'"
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