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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4, Issue 8035, 11 October 1889
LATE ADVERTISEMENTS. TTIMPLOVERS wanting Servants, and .ILI Servants wanting Situations, can rely on getting well suited at M‘Kay’s Register Office and Labor Exchange, 13 Manse street. 0 “B.vTrT” General Pfst Office.-A Letter for you ; please return enclosures. A, C 0. |>OYS’ Clothing New, stylish, durable B cheap; most complete stock ; Suits, 5s to 40s. Clothing Factory, Octagon. DANCING. —Madame Hamann’s Classes for Ladies, Tuesday and Saturday Afterneons, Fernhill, near Exhibition ; Guinea per Quarter. LITTLE Du.it Pan Emporium of Novelties, George street, Dunedin. New Goods arriving daily. GOOD Variety of Cutlery, China, Glass, Fancy Goi.ds, Household Ironmongery, etc ,at wholesale prices. Little Dust Pan. t AUNE GIN’S Festive Season.—For the BxP hibition Pretty New Bonnets being exhibited at 9 Princes street, FOR the Exhibition.—Pretty Hats (nicely trimmed) now exhibited in our window at 9 Princes street. I~'HFANTS’ and Children's Millinery.—New Bonnets, Hats, and Hoods, Pinafores, Pelisses, Tunics, Robes, Frocks, Sashes, Shawls, I - EVY, GUTHRIF, AND CO.’S Employes U Annul Reunion, Choral Hall, this evening. Double ticket, ss; single, 3s fi.l; gallery, I=. REMNANT HOUSE, 29 George street W. Smith. Just opened out a Grand Variety of New DRESS Materials for the Season in all the newest colors Ginghams, Zephyrs, Muslins, Prints, etc. REMNANT HOUSE for New Figured Zephyrs, newest shades; cheapest in town. Call and inspect and compare prices. REMNANT HOUSE for Gloves, Corsets. Aprons, Pinafores, Hosiery, etc. Grand Lot of Muslin Aprons from Cd each. REMNANT HOUSE for Calicoes, Cretonnes, etc. Being under little expense, we sell cheaper than any shop. REMNANT HOUSE. - See Doors and Windows for all Novelties in the newest Spring Materials. QdQ Splendid Hardy Bedding Plants, iP t/ pj my own growing ; guaranteed best obtainable in colony. Pryor. "VTOW Ready. Prize Auriculas, Pansies, J1 Asters, Everlastings (all sorts), Marigolds, Chrysanthemums, Candytufts, Dianthus, Antirrhinums, Cornflowers, and PRYOR’S special Snowflake Stock; guaranteed pure white, and 90 per cent double. Call and see the show. Cabbage, Cauliflower, and Lettuce Plante, Tomato, Marrow, Pumpkin, and Cucumber Plants at Pryor’s. (N OOD Fresh Butter, fid per lb ; Cheese, 4d T per lb. To be had at Mercer Brothers’ OURNING Millinery.-Bonnets, 8s (51; Hats, 8* fid; choice selection of Jet, Silk, and Crape Flowers, cheap. Misses Brownlie. M RS DREAVER has the most stylish Summer Bonnets and Hats to be seen in Dunedin. LADIES are requested to call and inspect the Goods. The prices are within the reaeh of all. LARGE Stock Summer Dress Material—all the new colors; White Embroidered Rohes; lovely Dress Material, suitable for Exhibition w.ar, Dretsmaking from 10s Gd. Mrs Drearer, LENDININO AND DOBIE have just T opened 50 pieces double-width Robe Ginghams, 7;£d— worth Is. GLENDINING and DOBIE. Albert Buildings.—Special jjb line, 100 pieces fancy Drilettes, worth 71/ d— for s;|d. LENDININO AhfDDO BI lb er fc Buildings.— Special job line. 100 pieces Cambric Prints, lovely patterns, worth lOJd—for fijil. LENDINING AND DOBIE, Albert Buildings. Special line of Zephyr Dress Ginghams; new designs, worth Is 4d-for lOfd. GLEN l INING AND DOB!E, Albert Buildings.—Large assortment of the newest shades and fabrics in Dress Materials. LENDINING AND DOBIE, Albertßuildings.—Laces, Corsets, Umbrellas, Fiillings, Handkerchiefs, Millinery, etc, much under wholesale cost. LENDINING AND DOBIE, Albert Build*lT ings.—Large assortment Shirtings, Sheetings, White and Art Curtains, Tahlings, Towels —wholesale prices. LENDINING AND DOBIE, Albert Buildings.—Call and examine our Clothing and Mercery ; good quality, slaughtering prices. THE Public Benefit Boot Company.— Genuine Bargains Boots and Shoes cheaper than ever. 41 Princes street. "VTIiW Lines. Extra Value.—Just opened a 11 splendid lot of Ladies’ Sample Bootsto be sold cheap. SPECIAL Inducement.—Girls’ Dress Boots in button, lace, or elastic sides, at less than Home cost. "VTOVELTfES.- Qaantities of Ladies’ EvcnH irg Shoes, Fancy Slippers, and Lawn Tennis Shoes at very low p> ices. THE Public Benefit Boot Company.—The cheapest Boot Shop for cash only. Only address, 40 Princes street. WATERFALLS.— Break from City Hotel, 11 a.m.; Duke street, 11.20, 12.45, 1.50, 2 50. WE are Cash Buyers of Wool, Sheepskins, R&bbitskins, Horsehair, etc., in any quantity. Arthur M'Donalu and Co,, Bond street. UTMOST Value in Cash is paid by the Challenge Piano Depfit for Second-hand Pianos, HOICE Selection of Drees Materials; leady ing shades. Dressmaking under experienced management. Mrs Gill, Princes street. JUST Opened, splendid assortment of Ladies’ Jackets and Mantles; leading shapes and newest colors. Mrs Gill. DIRECT from the Mills.—Choice selection grand Tweeds and Coatings for Bespoke Department. Clothing Factory, Octagon, PIAK OFORTE Instruction Book for Tonic Sol-fa Pupils, 3s; posted, 3s fid. Chas. Begg and Co. KINDKRBPBIL— The ‘Christmas Gift ’and ‘ Kleinlieder ’; the ‘ Alphabet ’on sale. Chas. Begg and Go. JAMES HALE, cheap Picture-framer and Cutler; Mouldings and Glass sold in small quantities. Hanover street. F~ PARTRIDGB~~(from Stagg and • Mantle’s, London) has now on Show a variety of Spring and Summer Millinery in all the newest styles ; Ribbons, Laces, etc. Ostrich Feathers Cleaned, Dyed, and Curled equal to new. DRESSMAKl KG on the Premises; good fit guaranteed. Mourning orders promptly executed. Eveiythingof the best quality and lowest town prices. L. E. Partridge, corner St. David and Cumberland streets. iA Head fine Durks, Boiling Fowls JLwrVfwr andTuvkejs; the best show in the City. Bull. KRare Choice Bedding Plante; unOvfvr equalled for rare and beautiful kinds, and well hardened. Bull. -J Bunches Suva Bananas (extremely JLW fine lot, and well ripened), Cocoanuts, Pines, Tongan Oranges. Bull. SEEDS of reliable growth of Colonial and English-saved Clovers and Grasses of many kinds; samples sent and quotations when required, Nimmo and Blair. ROOT Crop Seeds—Swedes, Turnips, Man golds, Carrots, etc.—from selected bulbs by noted growers in England. Those are of high germinating power. Nimmo and Blair. aLADIOLI Choice-named sorts; also Mixture, in splendid variety, from fid per dozen. Nimmo and Blair. FLOWER and Vegetable Seeds, of choice strains, in pickets; free by post to all parts of the colony, Stcure illustrated catalogue. Nimmo and Blair. I7IIRST of the Season. First of theSe . son. * Green Peas, New Potatoes, Asparagus, Rhubarb 3d lb. Buchanan’s. TAHITI and Sydney Oranges, Eating and Cooking Apples 3d lb; all kinds of Salads Buchanan’s, 41 George street. splendid Eaitangata Rhubarb, 41b Is; best in City. At Pryor’s. Bunches fine ripe Fiji Bananas, Oil'* ripened by my special evaporating process, which retains natural color and flavor; Peninsula Potatoes. Pryor, Princes street. GRICULTUBAL Seeds.—Clovers, English Grasses, Mangolds, Turnips, Carrot, etc., etc. EGETABLB Seeds for present sowing, all tested ; Cabbage, Cauliflower, and Tomato Plants. Howdenand Monorieff.
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