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LATE ADVERTISEMENTS Bunches splendid Rhubarb; our own growing: bpst procurable; ere our window to-night. Pryor. )KIMK Joints Roast Uret rrom IMIU. »> . 8 Dnlce. family butcher, Grow street. , I''ACT.—The Oliu.leiige I'iaiio Depot :\. hive on J-'-.de a Puna, 'JO guineas cash. Liberal terms. __ K :tre (,'usii Buyers of Wool, Sheepskins, T T Rabhitskins, ][oiwhuir, etc., in any quantity. Arthur M'Donald and Co., Bond Ktreet. | |iI'.EUT Iroin the Mills.—Choice selection \_J grand Tweeds and Coatings for Bespoke Department. Clothing Factory, Octagon. CHOICE Selection of Dress Materials; leading shades. Dressmaking under experienced management. Mrs Gill, Princes street. "U3P Opened, splendid assortment of rr Ladies' Jackets and Mantles; leading shapos and newest colors. Mrs Gill. A GRICULTURAL Seeds.—Clovers, English . Gratses, Mangold?, Turnips, Carrot, etc., VEGETABLE Seeds fjr present sowing, v all tested ; Cabbage, Cauliflower, and Tomato Plants. Howden and Moncrieif. iPIADSBY'S 'Loid of the Isles,' Sol-Ja Edition, on SaK Ohas. Begg and Co. " /~\UIDA" Pianos. Durable, effective, \J handsome ; fiom 50 to 75 guineas. On Bale only, Ohm Begg and Co. AMES HALE, cheap Pioturc-framer and ry Cutler; Mouldings and Glass sold in small quantities. Hanover street. K PARTRIDGE (from Stagg and ji_J» Mantle's, London) has now on Show a variety of Spring and Rummer Millinery in all the newest styles ; Ribbons, Laces, etc. Everything of the best quality and lowest town prices. ST RICH Feathers Cleaued, Dyed, and Curled equal to new. L. E. Partridge, corner St. David and Cumberland streets. BOOTS 1 BOOTS ! BOOTS 1 STICK TO THE OLD SHOP. It will bo money in your pocket. OIMON BROTHERS' business principles are plain : ■p ■,„. I Ist. They import direct from ■p w- I Great Britain and the Continent. LoWlse 'l All fine class Boots. No "Wonder I 2nd. They make all their No Wonder. / Colonial Boots in their own nn r> • \ factories. Hie Prions „ rd Their motto la BmaU u ' I profits and quick returns. _ MakoNo 1 See samples and priceß in Mistake. Windows and cutside, SIMON BROTHERS, George Btreet (near Octagon). STUDY ECONOMY AND BUY FOR CASH AT RB R 0 W N ' S, • 3 GEORGE STREET (Near Octagon), READY-MONEY DRAPERS. Small Expenses. Small Profits. Quick Returns. New Spring Goods just opened and marked at Lowest Casli Prices. _ Inspection respec fully invited. New Prints (fast colors), 4Jd, Gd. Grey Calico, Hid, 2M, 3M up. White Flannel, Is upwards. Lace Curtains (new designs). 2s Cd, 3s lid, 4s 9d up. New Muslinettes, upwards. Stout Cotton Shirtings, 4:JJ, Gd, 8&1. New Dress Materials from Gd ; job prices. Ladies' Corsets (full of makes and prices), Is 6d, 2s lid, 3s Gd, 4s'fid, 5s Gd, Gs 6d up. Ladifs' Holland Aprons. Is, Is 3d, Is 61. Ladies' Mußlin Aprons, i)J, Is, Is 3d, Is Gd Men's Cotton Shirt?, Is lid, 2s 3d, 2s Gd up. Men's Regatta Shirts. 4b Gd, 5a fid, ik Gd. Men's Wt ite Dress Shirt), 3i 9d, 4b Gd, fw Gd up. Men's and Boys' Braces, B-lts, Tie?, Collars, etc.—a gocd selection at loweßt piice3 in Dunedin. R. BROWN, 3 George street. OOTBALL TOURNAMENT In Aid of the Funds of the DUNEDIN HOSPITAL, Consisting of a Series of Seven a-Side Matcher, CARISBROOK GROUND. SATURDAY, 28th INSTANT, Commencing at 2.15 sharp. ADMISSION-SIXPENCE. Stand reserved for Ladies and for Gentlemen accompanying Ladies. FRED. T. HORNE, Hon. Sec. O.R.F.U. DONT FORGET IT. SATURDAY, 28th. LAST DAY ! LAST DAY ! (ONTINENTAL BOOT SALE. SPECIAL REDUCTIONS LAST DAY. CONTINENTAL BOOT DEPOT (Next Brown, Ewing, and Co.'s), Princes Street. WHITE DRESS MATERIALS. WRITE DRESS MATK RIALS. WHIIE DRESS MATERIALS. BROWN, EWING, AND have just received, ex Rimutaka, five cases lovely White Dress Textures, specially imported for the Exhibition choir, comprising—f3oo White Fmbroidored Robes, 8s 6d, To the 12s M, 15-t, 18s, to 45s each 12 pieces White Nun's Veiling LAISIHS 6 pieces White French Cashmere of the I ft pieces White French Merino ) 10 pieces Whito Pongee Silks EXHIBI- ~ pieceg Whito SUk Lust;rc . g TiON 100 pieces White Lice Stripe Muslins 100 pieces White Lace Check Muslins choir y~ p ieccsj white Nanisook Muslins BROWN, EWING, AND CO. Have pleasure in directing the attention of Ladies to the abovo splendid lot of Dress Materials, all marked at the Lowest Cash Prices WHITE DRESH MATERIALS. WHITE DRESS MATERIALS.) WHITE DRESS MATERIALS. ■ERBERT, HAYNEB, AND CO. Are now offering 430 MEN'S KAIAPOI TWKED 430 SUIT 3 430 From 35? up. 300 BOYS' MELVILLE TWEED 360 SUITS 360 From 8s up. H. H. and Co. would draw Bpecial attention to these Goods as being the cheapest ever offered to the Dunedin public. BOOTS! BOOTS! BOOTS! THE TRUTH MUST PREVAIL. f 1 BOOT DEPOT keep the Our Prices I qua'iiy up and keep prices down. Our Prices | See our Men's Balmorals, 9a 6d; •{ Women's, 03 lid; Chi'dron'sfrom Not Beaten 3s 9d. Extensive variety. Not Beaten Note Address : KING STREET (Corner Union street). LECTURES. THIS (FRIDAY) EVENING. OURTH FREE LECTURE ' will be delivered under the auspices of the Social Reform Association, by MR D. WHITE. M.A. ('The State in Relation to Private Property') in the Athemeum Hall. Chair to be taken at eight o'clook. LOST AND FOUND. ' OST, Bay Mare (hack),; unbranded. Re J ward on returning ,or giving any informa tion to G. Black, Duncan street. ' OST, St. Bernard Slut;.collar.number 887. a J Fjnder rewarded on returning to C. Bills, George street, OST, between George street and CaverJ sham, Purse containing few shillings and tram tiokot. Finder please keep contents and return purae to Jas. Samson, auctioneer.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3, Issue 8023, 27 September 1889

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 Issue 8023, 27 September 1889

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