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It is stated that electricity is applicable to tanning, and that leather can bo produced from the raw hide in four days by it. There is to be a gold mining exhibition at the Alexandra Palace in July, under the patronage of the representatives ef the colonies, George: “Won’t you be mine, dear?” Clara: “ I think I should have to bo bard pressed indeed to take you.” George (equal to the emergency): “Oh, if that’s all, here gce’{!” PUBLIC NOTICES. SMITH BROTHERS. NMITH BROTHERS. CASKS (JUST UNPACKED) OF OURTAINS, CURTAINS, CURTAINS. rjIEN HUNDRED AND FIFTY PAIRS, FOR US BY SHHOMAS ADAMS AND CO., CASE ONLY OF THIS LINE. Newest patterns, 2$ yards LONG: PRICE S AND lid PER PAIR. '{PHIS CASE CONTAINS 200 PAIRS 1 ONLY. CASKS CONTAINING 250 PAIRS, 24 YARDS ND 3 YARDS LONG ; SPLENDID PATTERNS; pRICES' PER PAIR :2s 6d, 2s lid, 3s 3d, >S 6d, 3s lid, AND 4s Od. 'JiHIS OPPORTUNITY SHOULD NOT BE [ISSED BY THOSE REQUIRING CURL TAINS. CASE CONTAINING 200 PAIRS, rnAPE BORDERS, SEVERAL PATI TERNS, N EVVEST DESIGN, MADE EXPRESSLY FOR US. rjIHIS LINE WK^SH ALL SELL AT 4s 11 n PER PAIR, BIST CURTAINS EVER OFFERED IN N EW ZEALAND FOR THE PRICE. 3 CASES BETTER GOODS, CONTAINING PAIRS, FROM 3 TO 34 AND YARDS LONG. PRICES :5s CJ, 6s lid, 7a lid, UP TO 12 S 9d PER PAIR. \1 r AGNIFICENT PATTERNS. I LEG ANT DESIGNS. AS SAMPLE PAIR OF EACH PATTERN, P ROM 4s lid AND UPWARDS, IS NOW kPENFD OUT FOR INSPECTION IN I OUR :iHOW ROOMS, CUSTOMERS CAN I E 3 UPPLIBD WITH ANY QUANTITY OF s w HATEYER PATTERN THEY SELECT. R EMEMBBR OUR STOCK IS NOW OLBAN AND FRESH. gMITH BROTHERS, DRAPERS, GEORGE STREET. OMAND AND DREW. OMAND AND DREW, Painteis, Paperhangers, Glaziers, Cramers, and Signwriters, B'AVE Removed from Stuart street to 120 George street, and are prepared to do work on most reasonable terms. P AINTS, Oils, Colors, Glass, Varnishes, and Brushwavo at Lowest Bates, A. Drew CAREFULLY selected Stock of Paperlrr>gi>'g: to choose from at Omaud and ’s, 120 George street. ENGRAVING. ! | _ ’-T ROSS, General and Woud Engraver, £ 4 ■ Die ''inker, and Letter Cutter, Union Chambers, 63 Princes street. U"V~GOD Blocks tor Exhibition Advertisers numts o'Biuiness Places or Catalogue Subjects. VERY description of Ornamental and • i Commercial Eagraving, etc., at 63 Princes street, over Fargif’s, spirit merchant. oo. SUMMER Shipment. Boots and Hhostt —RecUvc, Otto Hurz, Vernons, aadctUcr noted rruktß. Trunks Gents’ Balmoral Boots, Oxford O Shoes, Evening Shoes, and ITonao Slippers. C(OLONIAL MADE Boots and Shoes in endI less variety ; Standard quality. NkTEW Lines in Men’s Clothing, Boy« Suits, J3l featf< ami Tics, Underclothing, Hatsand Caps, Gents’ Diglrt Overcoats, etc. J‘ HARDIK AND GO., No. 110, corn r • Princes and Rrttray streets.

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1, Evening Star, Issue 8049, 28 October 1889

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 Evening Star, Issue 8049, 28 October 1889