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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3, Issue 8053, 1 November 1889
LAXB ADVERTISEMENTS. , AND T. INGLIS aro celling boat L • Colonial Blankets, 2} yards loag, 17d 6d ; 2h yards long, 21h GJ. TITDY Economy and Buy for Cash afcß. I k> Brown's, Ready-money Draper, 3 Geoiga street. >ROWN'S Calicoes, ljfd upwards; Flan- | jkJ nels, Is; Bleached Twill Sheeting, Is OM ; Lace Curtains from 2t G.l. BROWN'S strong Cotton Shirtings (fast colors), 4|d, 6d; Forfar, 4Jd, ssd; New Prints, m, 6d. jmiKOV/N'S New Spring Dress Materials, 6d, a J 9.iSl, 10? d, Is up ; choice selection New Muslinettes, 3JJ upwaivls. ROWN'3 for New Spring Millinery, Un_j, trimmed Straws, Flowers, Ribbons, I Laces; Stays, comprising best mikes, from 2s lid. TUDY Economy, aud Buy hero.—Small I ■<_/ expenses, small profit?, quick returns. R. Brown, 3 George street. BUTHIK BKOS. for Ladies' Garibaldis cf every variety and shade, in Fancy and Plain Pongee; Muulius and Prints at lowest prices; also large Stock of Latest Styles of Jackets and Mantles. UVHIK BROS , 174 and 176 George street, j »_, 100 Boxes of Flowers and Feathers; < cho'cest stock in town ; Grand Display of Millinery, Sunshades, etc. REMNANT "HOU'seT2!)" street ) W. Smith. Just opened out a Grand Variety of New >RESS Materials for the Seasmin all the newest colors Ginghams, Zephyrs, Muslins, Prints, ets. lEMNANT HOUSE for Now Figured Zephyrs, newest shades; cheapest in town. Call and inspect and compare prices. REMNANtThOUSK for Gloves, Corsets. Aprons, Pinafores, Hosiery, etc. Grand Lot of Muslin Aprons from 6.1 each. &EMNANT HOUSE for Calicoes, Creii tonnes, etc. Being under little expense, we sell cheaper than any shop. iEMNANT HOUSE. -See Doois and j Windows for all Novelties in the newest Spring Materials. ILENDINING AND DOBIF, Albert Buildings, will offer, To-moirow, Great Bargains in Galateas, Prints, Ginghams, and Drillettec AND T. INGLIS aro selling best _• Colonial Blankets, 2J yards long, 17s 6d; 2J yards long, 21s 6d. ROWN, EWING, AND CO. have just r received, ex Tainni, their Fourth Shipment of Gents' Zephyr Felt Hats; latest London styles; new shapes; new (shades. ROWN, EWING, AND CO. a>e showing r a nice assortment of Gont3' Travelling Caps, silk lined; new materials ; comfortable fitting. ROWN, EWING, AND CO.'S Stock of w Boys' and Youths' Straw Hats is now replete. Inspection invited. Special line of Youthß' Straw Hats, Is each. >ROWN, EWING, AND 00. have opened, j ) ex Tainui, one case Gents' Plain and Fancy Silk and Washing Pcaivcs. ROWN, EWING, AND CO. are doing a r largely increased business in Sanitary Woollen Underwear. Gentlemen will find a choice stock to select from. ROWN, EWING, AND CO.'S Mercery r Department is filled with New Goods suitable for the Exhibition Reason. Gent'emen's Shirts, Collars, Cuffs, etc , made to order. 50 and 52 Princes street, Dunedin, \EAR SIR,—At the request of a number of our customers we havo added to our business that of making Gents' WHITE AND REGATTA SHIRTS to measure; and having engaged an Exi'MUENCED Cutter from Mcpsrs Welch, Margctson, and Co., of London, the leading shirt manufacturers, we can with confidence guar anteo a Perfect Fit combined with good materials. Having something
quite new in Shirt Designs, it is our intention to surpass ai.ything liithcrt) attempted in Duncdin in that line, and we kindly invite you to call and examine our samples or allow our manager to wait upon We remain, Yourß respectfully, A. MASTERS AND CO. Telephone No. 523. NEW ZEALAND AND SOUTH SEAS EXHIBITION. nENDERS Wanted for 2in. Bhaftiuß and I Fittings for Dairy Factory, by TOESDAY, the sth inst. Specifications at Exhibition Office. D. HARRIS HASTINGS, Secretary, TO PARTIES PURPOSING BUILDING RESIDENCES. And who are in doubt what materials to use. I AM prepared to Supply Plans, Specifications, and Superintend the Erection of 8 or 0-roomed Villas in wood, with ornamental front, for L 485 o ch; if slated roofs, 3& per cent, extra; or built with 14in hollow brick walls, air and damp proof, 17i per cent, additional, which would make a warmer residence in winter and cooler in summer, and save on insurance, Tho above includes architect's fees, T. B. CAMERON, Architect, Moray plocc. NEW ZEALAND EXHIBITION. , 'ANTED, a CARETAKER for the Fisheries Court; mußt have some experience of management of aquaria. Particulars at the Exhibition Office. Apply by letter to Chairman, Fisheries Court. D. HARRIS HASTINGS. Secretary. OTAGO AGRICULTURAL AND PASTORAL ASSOCIATION. TENDERS will be received by the undersigned until 4 o'clock on MONDAY, 4th November, for Supply of Clay and Rotten Rock at per yard, to be deposited in Tahuna Park at such places as may be pointed out by the CareSYDNEY JAMES, Secretary. A AND T. INGLIS will offer TO-MOR- • ROW (Saturday) a Special Purchase of Several Hundred Pairs of Best TWILLED COLONIAL BLANKETS, bought at a largo discount for cash. 2\ yards long, 17s 6d; 2J yards long, 21s 6d. LADIES, GOOD EVENING, GOOD EVENING. EAUTIPUL Weather for Shopping. Have you seen our Special Goods, just opened this week ? If not, please do so. We have received a choice assortment of Bostock'g well-known make of Boots and Shoes (splendid fitting). Also, the Newest Shade in i TERRA OOTTA EVENING SHOES, TAN BOOTS AND SHOES (In all sizes). OONTINENTAL~BOOT DEPOT, Next Brown, Ewing, and Co,'?, Pbinois stbeet. i
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