DRAPERY. SUMMER, 1889. MANTLE DEPARTMENT. Herbert, haynes, and co. direct particular attention to the above Department, in 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 Russian Dlteuooires 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 EESPECTPDLLY 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,’ wo have imported a class of goods of a most distingud description, far surpassing any of our previous efforts in this direction. This Season will bo 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 early choice, as our Dressmakers are busy booking orders with a view to completion before the opening of the Exhibition. We append a few Mignonette Ooral Lizard Green Sauterelle Twig Green Emerald Lettuce Putty Color Egypto Red Boulanger Red Rust Brieque Luire Gendarme Blue, the Leading Shades: Terre Quite Veal Monsoreau Russet Starch Gooseberry Cream Cafe au Lait Tawney Parrot Grey Starch Willow Blue Parchment I’orcelaino SPECIAL IMPORTATION. 100 FRENCH MODEL ROBES in the latest designs. In view of the increasing demand for SILKS, our orders have been doubled, and wo are in receipt of the choicest assortment of Silk Fabrics ever shown in Dunedin. The following are some of the most Fashionable Makes : Armulro Royale Brocaded Soio Royale Striped Damasse Royale Arabesque Poult d« Soio Pekin Peau de Soie Ombre Striped Moire Surahs and Foulards Plain and Printed Pongees and Corahs. HERBERT, HAYNES, AND CO. EDUCATIONAL. WANTED, Pupils for the Pianoforte ; beginners preferred. Apply Miss Taylor, Leith street (off St. Andrew street). INDERGARTEN, Inglewood, Queen street.—Quarter commences Tuesday, Ist October; terms, One Guinea per Quarter; ages, from three to eight. Mrs and Miss Kate Grant. W7IOLIN AND PIANOFORTE STUDIO \ (above the Dresden Pianoforte Ware-house).-Mr EPHRAIM PARKER (Teacher of the Violin) and Mr JOSEPH MOSS (Teacher of the Pianoforte and Singing) will receive Pupils at the above address. Bands supplied tor Theatrical Performances, Concerts arranged, and Vocalists provided. Balls and Evening Pardos attended. Private address: The Laurels, Albany street. BANJO AND GUITAR. MR ALFRED G. BAKER receives Pupils at his Rooms. “Dagmar College,” Moray place (next Choral Hall), on the Five, Six, and Seven String Banjo and Guitar (improved method). How to play your own accompaniment taught in a few lessons. Hours of attendance : 10 to 12 a.m., 2t04 pm. Evening Classes on Monday, Tuesday, and Friday Nights from 7to 10. Class for Ladies starting. Address letters: A. G. BAKER, Forth street near Bridge. V, F. UNIVERSITY OF NEW ZEALAND. DECEMBER EXAMINATIONS FOR MATRICULATION, JUNIOR SCHOLARSHIPS, AND MEDICAL PRELIMINARY. THESE EXAMINATIONS will commence on MONDAY, December 9th Places of examination: Auckland, Gisborne, Napier, Wanganui, Wellington, Nelson, Blenheim (if possible), Greymoutb, Christchurch, Timaru, Oamarn, Dunedin, and Invercargill. Candidates must send in to the Registrar of the University, Wellington, on or before SATURDAY, November 2nd, a list of the subjects in which they desire to be examined, signed with all their names in full, accompanied by a statement of their age birthday, and by the examination fee, from which there is no exemption in any case. Candidates’ notices will be accepted up to Saturday, November 9th (but no later), only on condition that they are accompanied by a treble ho Fee for the Matriculation or for the iical Preliminary Examination is Two incas; the fee for the Junior Scholarship imination is OnoGuinea. But in the last case scond guinea will be payable if the candidate, jr passing, matriculates. Jandidfttea must distinctly mention for ich Examination they propose to come up. 'andidates for tho Junior Scholarship imination must be not less than 16 and not re than 19 years of age. The minimum for Matriculation or for Medical Registra--lis 16. . , , 'en Junior Scholarships of the annual value L4O, tenable for three years, are offered at 3 examination. , , W. M. MASKELL, Registrar. DUNEDIN School of Art, Moray place.— Evening Classes, Mondayo and Wednesdays, for tho study of Freehand and Model Drawing, Drawing and Painting from the antique. Fainting in monochrome, Modelling in clay, etc. Tuesdays and Thursdays : Practical, Plane, and Solid Geometry; Mechanical and Architectural Drawing. Fridays : Drawing and Painting from the living model. Open from 7 to 9. Fee, 10a 6d. DAVID C. HUTTON, Art Master, STONEWARE Sanitary Pipes, Agricultural Pipes. Limestone Filters, Sink or Gully Traps, Spirit Bottles, Butter Jars, Chimney Pots, Flower Pots, Vases, etc. Lambert, Ken sington Pottery Works. ST. GEORGByJAM.'— Best (in the market. All Grocers. ___ PHCENIX Jams.—Ask your grocer for, and take no other.
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