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DRAPERY. SUMMER, 1889. MANTLE DEPARTMENT. Herbert, haynes, and cc direct particular attention to the abov Department, in which will bo found the LATEST NOVELTIES OF THE SEASON. The following are a few of the Leading Linei which are well worthy of inspection:— Lace, Tambour, Gauze, and Broeatelle Sil Mantles Black and Fawn Jackets Russian DitcuKolres and Reefer Shapes Cravcnottc and "Waterproof Tweed Mantle Honeycomb Jerseys White Muslin, Gingham, and Pongo 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 NOVEL TIES will be the order of the day. Rightlj conjecturing that the Exhibition will give ai impetus to business “unknown for many years, we have imported a class of goods of a mos distingue description, far surpassing any of on previous efforts in this direction. This Season will bo a noteworthy one bj reason of the magnificent choice in designs, anc the perfection arrived at in producing so man] beautiful colors. Wo would impress upon our Customers thi necessity of making an early choice, as oui Dressmakers are busy booking orders with t view to completion before the opening of th( Exhibition. We append a few of the Leading Shades: Mignonette Oural Lizard Green Sauterello Twig Green Emerald Lettuce Putty Color Egvpte Red lioulangoc Red Rust 3?ricquo Luire Gendarme Blue, Torre Quite Veal Monsorcau Russet Starch Gooseberry Cream Cafe au Lait Tawney Parrot Grey Btarcb Willow Blue Parchment Porcelain© SPECIAL IMPORTATION, 100 FRENCH MODEL ROBES in the latest des ; gns. In view of the increasing demand for SILKS our orders have been doubled, and we are ii receipt of the choicest assortment of Sill Fabrics ever shown in Dunedin, The following are some of the most Fashion able Makes: — Armuiro Royale Brocaded Sole Royale Striped Damasse Royah Arabesque Poult do Soie Pekin Peau do Soie Ombre Striped Moin Surahs and Foulards Plain and Printed Pongees and Corahs, HERBERT. HAYNES, AND CO, GOVERNMENT NOTICES. ® « 5* Government life insurance DEPARTMENT. LOANS ON MORTGAGE. From time to time a limited portion of tin "nods is lent on first mortgage of freehold lecurity, with option of repayment by fixed in italments, spread over 12, 15 or 20 years. Half-yearly Payment Period of Loan Twelve years Fifteen years Twenty years for each LlO9. £ s. <l. fi 4 7 5 8 9 4 13 8 Loans repayable by instalments wherebj itiucipal and interest are both liquidated withir , given time, and on terms of a most favorable haracter, present marked advantages to settlen ,nd others. The borrower may, before the expiry of the nil period, redeem the loan, with or without lotice, on terms which can be ascertained at this ffico, or at any of the offices of this Department, rhere also forms of application can be obtained. For full particulars as to loans, apply to the lead and Branch Offices and Post Offices. F. W. FRANKLAND, Actuary and Principal Officer. D. M. LUCKIE, Ocmmissioner. Mk Government life insurance department. CHIEF ADVANTAGES. bw premiums and largo bonuses. Funds kept in New Zealand. (aims paid immediately after proof of death. Most liberal conditions. Low Now Zealand mortality. Economical management. . State security. 3tal Scir Assured (including Bonus additions) .. • )tai, Funds (the whole invested in New Zealand), over , addition to the above funds, the office has an Annual Income of £7,352,000 1,500,000 282,000 e Surplus Cash Profits in 1885 were £242,55 C ENING OF TONTINE SAVINGS FOND SECTION. ’online Savings Fund System Policies are v being issued. lew Assurers and existing Assurance Policy ders will be allowed to join this section. Ul profits accruing after entering the section set apart to bo divided among the policy ders remaining in the section at the end ol 10, whoa liberal returns in cash areantici ■be principles of the Tontine and mode o! ping accounts are not kept secret, as in cas< rther Tontines advertised. . * Information can be obtained at the Heac ce and all Branches and Agencies, and alar n the Travelling Agents of the Department F. W. FRANKLAND, Actuary and Principal Officer. D, M. LUCKIE Commissioner. If ONEY to Lend on Freehold Socuritv fron y| fi per cent. Sievwright and James licitors, High street. .yrONEYTo Lend (LlOOup to L 3.000) or Ll Freehold Security, at 7 per cent.; also veral Sums to Lend on Bills of Sale at cur at rates. Apply to Jas. Whyte, Rattra; reet, Dunedin. JONKY TO LEND on approved Freehoh B Securities. STOUT AND MONDY, Solicitors, 123 Princes street, Dunedin. rHB PERPETUAL TRUSTEES, HSTATE AND AGENCY COMPANY OF NBV IE ALAND, LIMITED, has Money to Lend o; 'reehold Security, WALTER HISLOP, Manager.

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 2, Issue 8024, 28 September 1889

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 Issue 8024, 28 September 1889

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