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LATE ADVERTISEMENTS. COOKHAM HOUSE, 140 Princes street (opposite Post Office). r M'KAY (late manager City Boot Palace) • has much pleasure in announcing that he has taken the above-named premises (lately known as the Continental Boot DepOt), and has opened with an 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 the Colonial Goods have been Specially Msuiufactured for "COOKHAM HOUSE" from the Best Wearing Materials that can. be produced. Our Boots and Shoes will bo 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 Post Office). BEEHIVE BOOTS. BBEHIVE BOOTS. J"N such an important matter as the choice of JL A PAIR OK BOOTS, the purchaser is often influpnced by a variety of circumstances. With some, ECONOMY AND DURABILITY are the first considerations, while others look more for FINISH, SHAPE, AND NEATNESS. THK BEEHIVE BOOTS Meet all these Requirements. Made in Our Own Factory. CONTINENTAL BOOT DEPOT (SIMON BROS.), Next BrowD, Ewing, and Co,'a, PniNCffS STREET. CHALLENGE. • JAMES DUNN, seeing that John Tiffin ia _..., wanting to back two of his Pupils to Wrestle any Light Weight in New Zealand. I will Wrestle him or his Pupils, ono or five Btylep, from Twenty-five to Fifty Pounds a-side; Tiffin preferred. JAMES DUNN, Ashurst, New Zealand. CORPORATION BATHS, J Logan's Point.' Open from Sunrise till Dark. Admission ... ... One Penny. Twelve Ticket?, Ninepence, Weekly School Tickets, One Penny. LADIES' HOURS: Morning, 7 to 8 and 11 to 12. Afternoon, 2 to 4.30. Saturdays, 7 to 8 a.m., and 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. only (Sundays excepted). By oriler. JUVENILE CLOTHING. BROWN, EWING, AND CO. invite early inspection of their Juvenile Clothing, all thoroughly well made, of excellent Colonial Tweeds, manufactured expressly to- oar order, and are unsurpassed for Fit, Style* smd Durability. GOOD. JUVENILE JUVENILK JUVENILE JUVENILE JUVENILE JUVENILE JUVENILE JUVENILE JUVENILK JUVENILE JUVENILE JUVENILE GOOD. CHEAP. SsGd 10s Od lis (H 12s 6) 13s fid 14s 6d ir>s 6d ](s«6d 17s fid 18s fid 19< fid 21s CHEAP. Also, grand assortment in Serge, Cord uroy, Plush, Velveteen, and Washing Suits {alt »sizes) in stock. Modified Prices. BROWN, EWING, AND CO. BOOTS 1 BOOTS! BOOTS, 1 SPECIAL. SPECIAL. IMON BROTHERS „,' have just made a Special Purchase at a Big Discount, and will quit speedily. NOTE CLEARING PRICES,: f Lot 1. Ladies' Kid Walking Shoes, 0s lid. Just See Lot 2.—Ladies' Levant Elastic Boots, 5s lid. Just See Lot 3.—Ladies' High Kid Button Boots lis M; a splendid line. Lot 4. Ladies' very superior Real Glace Kid Balmorals, 13s 9d; Bargains. really good value for 17s 6d. Lot 5. Ladies' best French Glace Real Kid Balmorals, a beautiful Bargain'. "• boot, 15s 9d -well worth 20a. Lot 6.—Gouts' best French Calf Goloshed Elastic Sides, a very This Week. superior line, 15s 6d ; really good value at 21s. This Week. Lot 7.—Men's good Lome Balmorals, all sewn, 9s lid. And other Lines. Also See Our famous Beelive Boots, unequalled anywhere for real hard w wear and low prices. SIMON BROTHERS, Manufacturers, George street (near Octagon). LECTURES. IFTH LECTURE (under the auspices, of } the Social Reform Association) will be delivered on FRIDAY EVENING, In the HALL. By the Rev. R. WADDELL, on 'Notes on Some Socialistic Literature.' Admission Free, Chair to be taken at eight o'clock. NEW ZEALAND ALLIANCE. ,HE CELEBRATED TEMPERANCE L LECTURER, Mr R. C O A D, Will conduct an Eleven Days' Mission in the CITY HALL, Commencing TO NIGHT, at 7.30 o'clock, The Hon. Thos, Diok in the chair. Singing by the Trinity Church Choir. Sankey's Hymns. Bring Books. No charge fo admission. Collection in aid of Alliance Funds, " He must be heard to be appreciated ; it is impossible to do him justice in a brief report."— 'The Press,' Christchurch. A. S. ADAMS, Hon. Sec. MEETINGS. GAELIC SERVICE. CHALMERS PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH, xj Lower York place.—The Monthly Gaelic Service will be held on Sabbath first, at 2.30 p.m. Rev. J. M. ERASER. All Seats Free. BOARD AND RESIDENCE. r OERAKI. Superior Accommodation. Terms, etc., apply Mrs Hull, Moeraki. lORDON House, Moray place.—Boarding vJ" House for Gentlemen ; central position for Exhibition; superior accommodation; every comfort. UPERIOR Board and Residence, Highbury »a House, High street, second house from Graham street. OARD and Residence; suit two friends; r large bed and Bitting rooms; termß moderate. Beaumont Cottage, Frederiok street. COMFORTABLE Board and Residenoe Three or Four Gentlemen. Mrs Corsan, Dowling street, near steps, Princes street. LOST AND FOUND. OST from Burnside, Red-and-white Heifer, J on 17th; 3 tar spots on back. Anyone giving information will be rewarded. Apply Samson and Sons, Burnside, " OsT, Cap off Spring-cart Wheel. Finder J please return to W. Lane and Co., Maolaggan street. OST, between Mormngton and Leith J street, Gold Bracelet Padlock. Finder rewarded on returning to F. M. Allan, 11 Jetty street. TRAYED or Stolen from Criterion Stables, 1 Field Spaniel Pup; reward. H. J. Taggart.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 6, Issue 8047, 25 October 1889

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 6 Issue 8047, 25 October 1889

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