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DRAPERY. | SUMMER, 1889. MANTLE DBPAKTMEriT, lERBERT. HAYNES. AND 00. direct particular attention to the above Department, ia which will be found the LATEST NOVELTIES OF THE SEASON. [ The following are a few of the Leading Lines, which are well worthy of inspection : Lace, Tambour, Gauze, and Brooatello Silk Mantles Black and Fawn Jackets RuHsian Dircctoires and Reefer Shapes Cravenette and Waterproof Tweed Mantles Honeycomb Jerseys White Muslin, Gingham, and Pongee Blouses Plush and Cashmere Evening Mantles Dressing Gowns, Dust Cloaks, etc., etc., And other Choice Goods too numerous to catalogue. EARLY INSPECTION RESPECTFULLY SOLICITED. DRESS DEPARTMENT. We are now making our FIRST DISPLAY of SPRING DRESSES. STYLISH NOVELTIES will be the order of the day. Rightly conjecturing that the Exhibition will give an impetus to business "unknown for many years,' we have imported a class of goods of a most distingui description, far surpassing any of our previous efforts in this direction. This Season will be a noteworthy one by reason of the magnificent choice In designs, and the perfection arrived at in producing so many beautiful colors. We would impress upon our Customers the necessity of making an oarly choice, as our Dressmakers are busy booking orders with a view to completion before the oponing of the Exhibition. We append a few of the Leading Shades: j Mignonette Oural Lizard Green Sauterolle Twig Green Emerald Lettuce Putty Color Egypte Red Boulanger Red Rust Bricque Luire Gendarme Blue. Terre Cuite Veal Monsoreau Rueset Starch Gooseberry Cream Cafe au Lait Tawney Parrot Grey ftarch Willow Blue Parchment Porcelaine SPECIAL IMPORTATION. 100 FRENCH MODEL ROBES in the latest designs. In view of the increasing demand for SILKS, our orders have been doubled, and we are in receipt of the choicest aßsortruont of Silk Fabrics ever shown in Duncdin. The following are some of the most Fashionable Makes : Armuire Royale Brocaded Soic Royale Striped Damasse Royalo Arabesque Poult de Soio Pekin Pcau do Soio Ombro Striped Moire Surahs and Foulards Plain and Printed Pongees and Corahs. HERBERT, HAYNES, AND CO. GOVERNMENT NOTIOEB. %»^ OVERNMENT LIFE INSURANCE DEPARTMENT. LOANS ON MORTGAGE. From time to time a limited portion of the funds is lent on first mortgage of freehold security, with option of repayment by fixed instalments, spread over 12,15, or 20 years. Half-yearly Payment for each LIOO. Period of Loan— £ "• d. Twelve years tt 4 7 Fifteen years 5 8 9 Twenty yearß 4 13 8 Loans repayable by instalments whereby principal and interest are both liquidated within a given time, and on terms of a most favorable character, present marked advantages to settlers and others. The borrower may, before the expiry of the full period, redeem the loan, with or without notice, on terms which can be ascertained at this office, or at any of the offices of this Department, where also forms of application can be obtained. For full particular as to loans, apply to the Head and Branch Offices and Post Offices. F. W. FRANKLAND, Actuary and Principal Officer. D. M. LUCKIE, Commissioner. J OVERNMENT LIFE INSURANCE DEPARTMENT. CHIEF ADVANTAGES. Low premiums and large bonuses. Funds kept in New Zealand. Claims paid immediately after proof of death. Most liberal conditions. Low New Zealand mortality. Economical management. State security. Total Sum Assubed (including nmnnnnnn Bonus additions) £7,362,000 Total Funds (the whole invested in New Zealand), over ... 1,500,000 In addition to the above funds, the office has an Annual Income of over 282,000 The Surplus Cash Profits in 1885 were £242,566 OPENING OF TONTINE SAVINGS FUND SECTION. Tontine Savings Fund System Policies are bow being issued. New Assurors and existing Assurance Policyholders will be allowed to join this Bection. All profits accruing after entering the section are set apart to be divided among the policyholders remaining in the section at the end. of ItOO, whon liberal returns in cash areanticiThe pjinoiples of the Tontine and mode of keeping accounts are not kept secret, as in case of other Tontines advertised. ~.. —., *»* Information can be obtained at the Head Office and all Branches and Agenoies, and also from the Travelling Agents of the Department. F. W. FRANKLAND, Actuary and Principal Officer. D. M. LUCKIE Commissioner. 520NEY. m/j'ONEY to Lend on Freehold Security from jyA 6 per cent. Sievwright and James, solicitors, High street. ONJfiY TO iiKND on Approved Freehold . Securities, STOUT AND MONDY, Solioltoro 123 Prince* street, Dunedln. MONEY To Lend (Lloou.ptoL3.ooQ) on Freehold Security, at 7 per cent. \ also, several Sums to Lend on Bills of Sale at our rent rate* Apply to Jas. Whyte, Rattray itareet. Dnnedln. THE PERPETUAL TRUSTEES, ESTAT E AND AGENCY COMPANY OF NEW I ZEALAND (Limited) has Money to Lend, on Vreehold Security. ' WALTER HISLOP, Manager.

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 2, Issue 8021, 25 September 1889

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 Issue 8021, 25 September 1889

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