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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3, Issue 8041, 18 October 1889
LATE ADVERTISEMENTS. '>OYS' Clothing New, stylish, durablo, cheap; most complete stock; Suits, jb to 403. Clothing Factory. Octagon, r^LOXHIJNU.— Just lauded, a splendid lot of \_/ Boys' Clothing (newest cut, and grand value) Boys' Knicker Knits, 4s lid up ; Youths' Troustr Suits, 14s 6d up ; Men's Trousers and Vests, lis 9a up. Try Carter and Co. i LBNDINING AND DOBIE, Albert Build\~H' ings.—Large assortment Shirtings, Sheetings, White and Art Curtains, Tablingß, Towels —wholesale prices. MiVMI Butter, Gdperlb; Cheese, 4d per JO lb. At Mercer Brothers'. r>UBLIC Benefit Boot Co.—Now showing L great variety of Now and Fashionable Boots and Shoes, cheap. PUBYio" Bimefit~15oot Co.- .Tust opened, Special Novelties in Ladies' Balmoral and Button Boots. See them. PUBlTlC~]lendir"B"octrCo.— Strong Boots for school wear, at greatly reduced prices. Odo trial satisfies. ____ PUBLIC Benefit Boot Co. Fishermen, Seamen, and Miners: specialty; Rubber Boot?, with leather soles. Try them. ÜBLIO Benefit Boot Co.-Remember we are unequalled in Cheap Goods for footwear, 46 Princes street. ■AT AND CaP DEPARTMENT. - Brown, Ewing, and Co, are showing a splendid assortment of Boys' and Youths' Straw Hats. Modified prices.
"AT AND GAP DEPARTMENT. L Brown, Kwing, and Co. have opened ono ciso of Youtlis' High School Straw Hats. Inspection invited. Brown, Ewing, and Co. "AT AND CAP DEPARTMENT. Brown, Ewing, and Go.'i stock of Gents' Tweed Caps is now repete with the Latest London Styles. "AT AND CAP DEPARTMENT.— l Brown, Ewing, and Co, have pleasure in intimating that their Third Shipment of Gents' Felt Hata (feather weights) is now marked off. New Shape 3 and Colors. \J7T ings.—Laces, Corsets, Umbrellas, Frillings, Handkerchiefs, Millinery, etc, much under wholesale cost. iTUDY Economy and Buy for Cash at R. tj Brown's, Ready-money Draper, a George street. BUOWN'.S Calicoes, V}i upwards; l'lanncls, Is; Bleached Twill Shooting, lfl Oxcl; Laeo Curtains from 2 < (id. BROWN'S strong Cotton Shirtings (fast colors), 4/id, (id; Foifar, 4i'd, f'ifd ; New Prints, 4! r d, 6d. " f>ROV7N'S New Spring Dress iHatorials, GJ, 3» !).yd, lOi/d, Is up ; choice solcction New Muslincttes, $} 1 upwards. ROWN'S for New Spring Milhucry, Untrimmed Straw*, Flowers, Ribbons, Laces; Stays, comprising best makes, from 2a lid. STUDY Economy, and Buy here.—Small exp?nies. small profits, quick returns. R, Brown, 3 George street. Ci CHOOLBOYS' ~OAP^~rioot _ color(i. Is oach ; Straw Fats (grand lot), Is, Is 3d, Is fill up. Large variety Boys' and Men's Hats and Caps, cheap. See the grand display Gents' Ties from 2d each, in Carter's window. GRICULTURAL Seeds.—Clovers, English Grasses, Mangold*, Turnips, Carrot, etc., "ECKTABLE Seeds for present sowing, V all tested : Cabbage, Cauliflower, and Tomato Plants. Howdon and Moncrieff.
NUN Bonnets for tbo Million, in white, f"*> from la lid, at Duthio Bros',, George street. ' ARGEST Stock of Ladies Fancy Aprons at J Dathio Bros'. [RVT-CLASS Dressmaking; and Tailoring, 1 at lowest chargfs. Duthic Bros*. mONS of Rhubarb, Apples. Oranges Ginger, i Figs, Date". Cut Roses, etc. Mitchell's, opposite Dorriwcll's, Golden colored bunches dnliciously _vr \/ rip' Suva Bananas, fine Pines, and CocoamitH. Bull. LB the finest Mornington and .ww Kaitanjrata grown Rhubarb ; cheapest and best in the City. Bull. 'EW Potatoes, Asp»rajus, Cucumbers, fine European grown Lettuce, Mandarins, Oranees. Bull. Hardy Bedding Plants, ■yr \r \r \f the boit in the colony, .._w ready; Mignonette, Asters, Auriculas, etc. "IVTOTFirNG Succeeds like Success.—we have J3l the largest "ale, the bicgest show, and the Best Rants; ask anybody. P/yor, Triaces street. J3I Swedes, Field Turnips, Carrots, etc.; all thoroughly tested. Pryor, Princes street. [ArSOFORTE Instruction Book for Tonic *. Sol-fa Pupils, 3s; posted, 3s 6d. Chas. Begg and Co. INOKRSPEIL.—The 'Christmas Gift'and ' Kleinlieder'; the ' Alphabet' on sale. Chas. Bpjjg and Co. "AMES HALE, cheap Pioture-framer and Zf Cutler: Mouldings and Glass sold in small quantities. Hanover street 1'"~ E." PARTRIDGE~(from Stsgg and J» Mantle's, London) has now on Rhow a varisty of Spring and Summer Millinery in all the newest stylos : Ribbons. Laces, etc. Ostrich Feathers Cleaned, Dyed, and Curled equal to now. RESSMAKING on ihe Premises; good fit MS pnaranteed. Mourning orders promptlv executed. Everything of the best quality and lowe.'t town prices. L. E. Partridgo, corner St. David and Cumberland streetp. "RS DHE A.VER has the choicest selection 1 of Millinery in town; Lace and Areophano Bonnets in all colors. LSO the new Alsatian Bonnet, with flower .. crown; the latest French novolty. Mrs Drcaver's. TRIMMED 'Hats in all the Newest Shapes and Colors at most Moderate Prices ; hoc windows and prices. \ Llj the New Colois in Drew) Materials; \, now Sunshades, Jackets, Dolmans, Pelerines, nn'l every novelty.
LKNDINING AKD DOBIB, Albert Buildings. Call and examine our Clothing and Mercery ; good quality, slaughtering prices. rVRAPERV.—Ladies requiring Drapery or jLf Clothing of any description chould first f»eo tho grand stock of Carter and Co,, 60 and 62 George street. Compare tho valuo _ offered by them, and noto the prices. , JIENDEFS are invited until 10 a.m. on 8 Monday, 21st inet.. for the DEOORAT'NG and KITTING-UP of the Tourists', Education, and Natural History Courts. Tenders are a T ?o invited for GO (more or loss) PIOTCTRE FRAMES. Particulars at the office. D. HARRIS HASTINGS. Secretary. MASTERS AND CO. THE LEADING FASHIONABLE HATTERS and HOSIERS, Havo jußt received a Large Shipment of all the Latest Fashions. EXTRA LIGHT FLEXIBLE HATS in all tho Newest Shapes and Colors. Also, our Exhibition Stock of White and Re- | gatta Shirts, and SUMMER UNDERCLOTHING. | Our Stock of Ties and Bows is one of the Largest and CHOICEST IN DUNEDIN. Gentlemen favoring us with their patronage will find the above goods of a very Superior Class, and Reasonable in Price. HATS AND CAPS MADE TO ORDER. FOR NEW TAN SHOES (Ladies', Gents', and Children's) TRY CONTINENTAL BOOT DEPOT. FOR TENNIS SHOES, BOWLING SHOES,. CRICKET SHOES THE CONTINENTAL BOOT DEPOT, Next Brown, Swing, and Co., Piinoes street,
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