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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4, Issue 8047, 25 October 1889
LATE ADVERTISEMENTS. "VfEW Spring and Summer Clothing. J3I Magnificent Btock Men's Suits, 27a 6d to 55a. Clothing Factory, Octagon. I BEEN Crop can be Supplied by J. Lambton, Jetty street. Z. ALLIANCE.-Mr R. Coad Lectures • in the Oity Hall To-night, at 7.30. I Great success. "ES DBEAVER has the choicest Bonnets and Hats in town; the best seleotion to choose from. Beet materials and moßt modeI rate prices. See windows. DRESS Material in all the newest shades. Bordered Robes in Cashmere, Foule, Serge, etc. Striped and >LAIN Material made up, if required, by a first-class Dressmaker on the shortest notice. ____ rSfLENDINING AND DOBIE, Albert \jC Buildinfs, will offer (To-morrow) great bargains in Prints, Drillettes, Ginghams, and Art Muslins. IOOKHAM HOUSE j for Evening Shoes. BARTER AND CO. will make a Soecial _y Show of New Drapery and Clothing To-morrow. Fashionable and reliable Goods at the lowest prices in Dunedin. Call and Bee. BARTER AND CO. will show in their Centre Window (To-morrow) the choicest and cheapest lot of Ribbons ever seen in Dunedin. Call and see. "AMES HALE, cheap Picture-framer and tr Cutler: Mouldings and Gliss sold in small quantities. Hanover street. - (from Stagg and • MantleV, 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. RESSMAKING on the Premises ; good fit guaranteed. Mourning orders promptly executed Everything of the best quality and lowest town prices. L. E. Partridge, corner St. David and Cumberland streets. lANOFORTE Instruction Book for Tonic n. Sol-fa Pupils, 3s; posted, 3s 6d. Chas. B?gg and Co. INDKRSPEIL.—The * Christmas Gift' and ' Kleinlicder'; the ' Alphabet' on sale. Chas. Begg and Co. GRICULTURAL Seeds.—Clovers, English _ Grasses, Mangold*, Turnips, Carrot, etc., etc. EGETABLE Seeds for present sowing, - all tested : Cabbage, Cauliflower, and Tomato Plants. Howden and Moncrieff. 7E ate Cash Buyers of Wool, Sheepskins, t / Rabbitskins, Horsehair, etc., in any quantity. Arthur M'Donalu and Co., Bond street. JTMOST Value in Cash is oaid by the Challenge Piano Dep&t for Second-hand Pianos. LITTLE Dust Pan, George street, Job Lot Crioket Mateiial to clear, cheap; inspection invited. Travelling Bags, PORTMANTEAUS, Iron Trunks, Hat Boxes, etc., Ladies' Bags (large size, 33 6d), new Fire Screens (just opened). rAPANESE _ Y3Bi_~(foM♦l ing), 2s 6d each; Fancy Glass and China in great variety. 10R Dunedin's Festive Season.—New and beautiful Bonnets and Hats, to be worn by our Matrons, Mothers, Young Ladies, Old Li dies, Misses, Schoolgirls, Children, and the all-important Baby. \OR Dunedin's Festive Season.—New Patt_- terns by 'Fri-eo Mail; Ladies can now be supplied; latest fashions. IHE Perfect - fitting, Comfortable, and .„. Durable Corset; try them, and you will always buy them; they wear well because they fit well. EW Pelisses, Tunics, Fmcks, Short Petti__i coats, Staybands, Pinafores, S»shes, Feeders, Bibs, Bootees, Infantees, Hoods, Plats. fE can recommend our Mourning Milht y nerv—a choice selection of Jet, Silk, and Crape Flowers, cheap. BE quite sure your pretty Hat and becoming stylish Bonnet are bought at 9 Princes street. Misses Brownlie. DRESS Suit For Sale, nearly new; made by Haywards, of St. Paul's Churchyard, London ; cost ten guineas this year ; price, L 5; great bargain; fitgentleman sft 9£in. "Broad," i Stab Office. | i MASTERS AND CO., the ■ EADING FASHIONABLE HATTERS. MASTER/} AND CO., the EADInTTfASH^ I MASTERS AND CO., "the ' EADING SHIRT MAKERS. "RR. COAD. the Cornish Orator.—Eleven Nights' Mission, commencing to-night, at 730, in City Hall. IRECT from the Mills.—Choice selection i/ grand Tweeds and Coatings for Bespoke Department. Clothing Factory, Octagon. OOKHAM HOUSE l_V for Dress Shoe?. ILENDINING AND DOBIE will open a VJT Clothing Branch in Granite House, George street, To-morrow (Saturday), where tremendous Bargains in Men's and Boyß' Clothing and Mercery will be offered. Call early. BARTER'S SHOWROOM,-Crowded with VV Novelties in Hats, Bonnets, Flo we: s. Mantles, Jackets, Corset*, and Undei clothing. jARTER AND CO. have ]UBt landed, ex ■%.J Ruapehu, another shipment of Millinery, etc. Call and see the very newest shape 3; very stylish. ENDERB will be received in the Town w Clerk's Office until 5 o'clock p.m. on WEDNESDAY, the 30th instant, For Erecting Fountain in the Queen's Triangle, Rattray street. Specifications and particulars in the City Surveyor's Office. ADAM GIBSON. Town Clerk. Dunedin, 25th October, 1889. TENDERS FOR ASPHALTING. ,ENDERS will bo received, until 4 o'olook on Tuesday, 29tb, for Asphalting at Forbury Park. The clerk of works will be at the grand stand at 3 p.m. on Saturday and 5.30 p.m. on Monday to show the work required. Specification and particulars at my office. S.DNEY JAMES, Secretaiy Dunedin Jockey Club, -ERBERT, HAYNES, AND CO.-430 Men's Colonial Tweed Suits from 355. The best value ever offered to the Dunedin public, ERBERT, HAYNES, AND CO.-3RO Boys' Melville Tweed Suits (colonial make) from 8s up; well worth inspection. "ERBERT, HAYNES, AND CO. are now showing a very choice assortment of Boys' Washing Suits in all the newest styles. N.Z. AND SOUTH SEAS EXHIBITION. Special Notico to Householders and Others. HAVING Constant Inquiries from Intending Visitors as to suitable Board and Lodging, all Persons residing between Mofgiel and Port Chalmers who would be willing to accommodate one or more Visitors are requested to send in their names, along with full particulars as to rates, whether for ladies or gentlemen, or both, etc., to the "Creamery," 222 Princes street. Fee for Entering on Books, 2s 6d, payable in advance. IPEOIAL NOTIOE.-EXHIBITION ACCOMMODATION.—To Hotel Proprietors and Proprietors of High-class Boarding Houses. THOS. COOK AND SON (Official Tourist Agents to the New Zealand Exhibition at Dunedin), will be prepared to Register Hotels and Boarding Houses during the Exhibition. Full particulars on application to Messrs Thos. Cook and Son, Auokland; or Mr Keith Bamsay, Vogel street. NEW ZEALAND REGIMENT OF ARTILLERY VOLUNTEERS, B BATTERY. THE BATTERY will Parade at the GarriB on Hall on SATURDAY, 26th inst., at 2 p.m. No arms, full dresß, gloves, etc.; overcoats if wet. Compulsory parade; every man must attend. _ GEO. 0. PROUDFOOT, Oaptain.
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