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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4, Issue 8041, 18 October 1889
LATE ADVERTISEMENTS. MASTERS AND CO., Hat and Gap Manufacturers, Hosiers, and Importers, beg to announce that they have added to their business the making of GENTLEMEN'S WHITE AND REGATTA SHIRTS, Etc., to order or measurement. Having engaged a gentleman from London who has a thorough practical knowledge of the order shut trade, we guarantee a Perfect Fit, Beat Material, and Moderate Prices, Ploaso call and examine our samples. COOKHAM HOUSE, 140 Princes street (opposite Post Office). M'KAY (late manapcr City Boot Palace) - has much pleasure in announcing that he has taken the above-named premises (lately known as tho Continental Boot DepO ), and intends opening on ■ SATURDAY NEXT, 19th INST., with a\i entirely New and well-selected Stock of LADIES', GENTS', AND CHILDREN'S BOOTS AND SHOES of every description. THE IMPORTED STOCK includes the Very Latest Productions from the leading English and Foreign Makers, and tho Colonial Goods have been Specially Manufactured for "COOKHAM HOUSE" from the Best Wearing Materials that can be produced. Our Boots and Shoeß will b) acknowledged by all who inspect them to be Decidedly Superior in Quality, Neat in Style and Fitting, and Strictly Moderate in Prick. EARLY INSPECTION INVITED. COOKHAM HOUSE, 140 PRINCES STREET (opposite Poßt Office). BOOTS 1 BOOTS! BOOTS! PROVING IT EVERY DAY. SIMON BROTHERS fully maintain their reputation for BEST VALUE IN TBE CITY. The Reason is plain—'lst. They are direct imTROVE IT. porters of all first-class boots. PROVE IT. 2nd. They are largo rranu- ■> f acturors, being tho only TROVE IT, makers of tho famous BEEHIVE BOOTS. TROVE IT. You liavo No Two Profits \, to Pay. Sco Windown and Outside for Prices. SIMON BROTHERS, George street (near Octagon). 0 LET, WELL - FURNISHED TENROOMKD BRICK RESIDENCE; close to Tram and Cily. Particulars JAMES A. PARK AND CO. \0 LET, tho Premises in Forth place and L George street, rcoently occupied by Mr Ja*. Tyrie, Specially suitable for Cab Proprietor. Four Cottages, Stable, raved Yard, and Vacant Section; will bs Let cheap to respectablo tenant. EDMUND BMITH, ir avings Bank. FROZEN LAMB?, SHEEP, AND BEEF (For Homo Friends). ORDERS for above executed by Co-operative Meat Supply Company, George street. Lambs, 25j; Sheep, 3 is; Beef, 8d per lb. PUBLIC NOTICE. N consequence of the Scarcity of Stock, the ■ Butchers of Dunedin and Suburbs have agreed to RAISE THE PRICE of Beef Id per lb, and Mutton id per lb from this date. 16th October, 1889. CUSTOMERS of DUNEDIN CO-OPERA-TIVE MEAT SUPPLY COMPANY can have EARLY LAMB at from 2s a quarter. IT.Z. AND SOUTH SEAS EXHIBITION. THE TNDERSIGNED is a Cash Purchaser of Poultry. J. WELLS, caterer, Provincial Hotel, Dunedin.
■ -/ANTED, FIRST-CLASS MAN to take W Management of CLOTHING DEPARTMENT in Wholcsalo Warehouse; must bavo good cxpcrioDce. Apply " WAREHOUSEMAN," Care of R. T. Wheeler, Dunedin. ERBEET, HAYNEB, AND 00.-430 Men's Colonial Tweed Suits from 353, The best value ever offered to the Dunedin public, ERBERT, HAYNES, AND CO.-360 Boys' Melville Tweed Suits (colonial mako) from 83 up; well worth inspection, "ERBKKT, HAYNKS, AND CO. are now showing a vory choice assortment (f Boys' Washing Suits in all the newest styles. OTAGO AGRICULTURAL and PASTORAL ASSOCIATION. THE THIRTEENTH ANNUAL SHOW will bo held at Tahuna Park on THURSDAY and FRIDAY, 28th and 29th November, 1889. EntrieH must bo lodged with the Secretary on or before Wednesday, 20th November. Entries for Salt Butler must bo made, and tho butter deposited, on or before Thursday, 31st October, Programmes can bo obtained on application, SYDNEY JAMES, Secretary, WHITE DRESS MATERIALS. WHI'L'E DRESS MATKRIALS. WHITE DRESS MATERIALS. ROWN, EWINO, AND CO", have just received, ex Rimutaka, five cases lovely White Droßs Textuies, specially imported for tho Exhibition <shoir, comprising—r3oo White Embroidered Robes, 8a 6d, To tho 12s 6d, 15s, 18s, to 45b each ~.„a 12 pieces White Nun's Veiling LADIK s 6 pjeot , g whitQ French Cftghmero of the J 6 pieces White French Merino ¥ _ T 110 pieces White Pongeo Silks BXHIBI- 6 pieceß Wh , te SUk Lufl t r os HON 100 pieces White Lace Stripe Muslins 100 pieces White Lace Check Muslins choir. 75 Whito Nanisook Muslins BROWN, EWING, AND CO. Have pleasure in directing the attention of Ladies to the above splendid lot of Dress Materials, all marked at the Lowest Cash Priceß WHITE DRESS MATERIALS. WHITE DREBS MATERIALS. WHITE DRESS MATERIALS. GREAT BOOT SALE. LAST WEEK LAST WEEK ! ORTH DUNEDIN BOOT DEPOT. REAL BARGAINS THIS WEEK. EVERY PAIR REDUCED. ALL AT SALE PRICKS, Note Address— KING STREET, corner Union street.
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