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Page 1 Advertisements Column 2, Issue 8034, 10 October 1889
TENDERS TENDERS are invited until Noon, on Friday, the 11th inst, for Alterations to a Cottage in Union street. K. M. Roach, architect. OTAGO HARBOR BOARD NOTICE. TENDERS will bo received until 12 o’clock noon on the 15th inst for the following:— 1-t. One year’s lease of Dumping Shed, Victoria Wharf, on similar conditions as formerly. 2ml The right to Graze Cattle on the Board’s unleased sections at Kilgour Point. Right to terminate on three months’ notice. For further particulars apply to JOHN L. GILLIES, October 9, 1889. Secretary. FOR TENDER, The GOODWILL AND STOCK-IN-TRADE in the Estate of W. D. SUTHERLAND, Grocer, George street, TENDERS will be received up to 12 o’clock on SATURDAY, 12th inst., for the above. Tenders to be accompanied by matked cheque for 10 per cent, on amount of Tender. The highest or any Tender not necessarily accepted. Catalogues of the Stock and other particulars can be seen at the shop in George street, The attention of parties desirous of acquiring a good going Grocery Business is specially called to this advertisement. The Stock is wellassorted, almost all new goods, and in first class condition. Nor?.—Mr W. D. Sutherland will not be a Tenderer. JAMES RATTRAY AND SON, Bond street. DRAPERY. SUMMER, 1889, MANTLE DEPARTMENT. Herbert, haynes, and go. 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 Brocatelle Silk Mantles Black and Fawn Jackets Russian Ditenoires and Reefer Shapes Cravenotte 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. f-TYI.ISH NOVELTIES will bo the order of the (lay. Rightly conjecturing that the Exhibition will give an impetus to business “unknown formanyyears,’ 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 early choice, as our Dressmakers are busy booking orders with a view to completion Exhibition. We append a few Mignonette Oaral Lizard Green Sauterollo Twig Green Emerald Lettuce Putty Color Egypte Red Boulanger Red Rust Bricquo Luire Gendarme Blue. icfore the opening of the the Leading Shades: Terre Cuite Veal Monsoreau Russet Starch Gooseberry Cream Cafe au Lait Tawney Parrot Grey 8 tarch Willow Blue Parchment Pored aine 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 Malies Armuiro Royale Brocaded Sole Royale Striped Damasse Royale Arabesque Poult de Sole Pekin Peau de Sole Ombre Striped Moire Sarahs and Foulards Plain and Printed Pongees and Corahs, HERBERT. HAYNES. AND GO. GOAL WOTIOB3 THE PEOPLE’S COAL. Consumers are requested to ask for the People’s Coal. It is the best and cheapest Coal from the Green Island District. E. G. ALLEN, Vogel street, JAMES GIBSON, Coal Merchant, Vogel street, Dunedin, has In Stock Coalbrookdale, Newcastle, Kaitangata, Shag Point, Walton Park, Freeman, and Green Island Coal. Having the largest Staff In the Business our Orders are delivered promptly, A Government Guarantee of the weight with each load. COALS! COALS! WILLIAM WATSON, Coal Merchant having been in the above business for the last twenty years, respectfully asks his friends to support him. All kinds of Coal and Firewood delivered in any quantities at the lowest prices. Office: Octagon, near Athenseum. Telephone No. 570. WILLIAM WATSON, Coal Merchant. TO THE INHABITANTS OF DUNEDIN AND SUBURBS. HA G POINT GOAL, The Best and Most Economical Household Coal. A TRIAL ONLY REQUIRED. Pbioes : By the Truck of about Five Tons, at 20s per By the Single Ton and up to Five Tons, at 21s per ton. Orders addressed to Mr Eaton, Box 107) Post Office, Dunedin, will have attention. ROBERT GLENDINING lp roDri etors. JAMES HAZLBTT Poprretors. KAITANGATA RAILWAY AND COAL COMPANY, LIMITED. KAITANGATA COAL. THE PUBLIC are respectfully informed that this Company have, after extensive operations, touched their New Seam, and that it can now be delivered from all Coal Merchants. The general excellence of the New Coal can be vouched for by all the Trade, who, as experts, have expressed to the Company their admiration of its further suitability for Household Consumption, and can recommend it as the finest loca Coal in the market.
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