LATE ADVERTISEMENTS. COOKHAM HOUSE, j 140 Princes street (opposite Post Office). " M'KAY (late Manager City Boot Palace) « lias much pleasure in announcing that I he has taken the above-named Premises (lately known as the Continental Boot Dep&t), and has opened with an entirely New and Well-selected Stock of LADIES'. GENTS', AND CHILDREN'S BOOTS AND SHOE 3 of every description. THE IMPORTED STOCK includes the Very Latest Productions from the leading English p.wl Foreign Makers, and the Colonial Goods have been Specially Manufactured for "COOKHAM HOUSE" from the Best Wearing Materials that can be produced. Our Boots and Shoes will be acknowledged by all who incpect them to be Drcidodly Superior in Quality, Neat in Style and Fitting, and Strictly Modebate in Puice. EARLY INSPECTION INVITED. COOKHAM HOUSE, 110 PRINCES STREET (Opposite Pest Office), FOR FOUR WEEKS ONLY. FOR FOUR WEEKS ONLY. L. JONES, IGB GEORGE STREET. KOYAL MIDGETS, 3a fid per dozen. BOYAL MIDGETS, 3j fid per dozen. ROYAL MIDGETS, 3g 6d per dozen. ROYAL MIDGETS, 3s Cd per dozen. ROYAL MIDGETS, 3a 6d per dozen ROYAL MIDOETS, 3a 6d per dozen. ROYAL MIDGETS, 3s 6d per dozen. Guaranteed to bo Executed in F. L. JONES'S usual Finished Style, DUNEDIN BOWLING CLUB. Opening of Season 1889-90. "EMBERS are respectfully notified that . the Opening Game of the Season will bo played on SATURDAY NEXT, 2nd November, at 2.30 p.m., between sides chosen by President and Vice-president. THOMAS EVATT, Hon. Secretary. i MASTERS AND CO. Have just received A CHOICE SHIPMENT Of LATEST FASHION PARIS HATS, Specially Imported for the Opening of the Exhibition. DUNEDIN ENGINEER CORPS. November Ist, 1889. NGINEERS who have not already fired the Volley and Independent Filing will Muster at tbo Pelichet Bay Range TOMORROW (Saturday), at 2.30 p.m. Class Firing at 3 p.m. for all Members. By order.
'ILLIAM COUSTON , , WHOLESALE AND RETAIL IRONMONGER, RATTRAY STREET, la now offering, at SPECIALLY REDUCED PRICESGarden Tools, Garden Pumps, Dairy Utensils, Baths, Preserve Pans, Mangles, Wringers, American Novelties, Mincers, Filters, "Perfection"Knife-cleanc-p, Travelling Trunks, Fret Saws and Pattern*-, Afternoon Tea Kettles and Stands, E.P. Ware, Cutlery, Kent's Fgg- whisks, Bakers'and Confectioners' Requisites; Carpenters', Plumbers', and TinsmiUis' Tools, and Every Description of Furnishing and Geieral Ironmongeiy, Gasfittings, etc. Plumbing, Gasfltting, Tin and Iron Work by competent Tradesmen at Low Pates. WILLIAM COUSTOJS, Rattray street. BOOTS 1 BOOTS! BOOTS! SAVE ALL YOU CAN. SPECIAL LINFS TlttS WEEK. IM 0 N BROTHERS, KJ Boot Manufacturers and Importers, have a number of Special Lines this week : ( See largo variety Tan and Claret Shoes; aUo new Hues in Finets, ■See them Bostocks, etc. Special.—Ladies' Glace Kid Bal-1 free them morals, 13s 9d—usually lfw 9d. High French Glace Kid Balmorals, See them j 15s fid—usually 20.'. ] Gents' French Calf Boots, 15s 6dSce them usually 20s. Ladies' superior Evening Shoes, Can't be 4s lid; Walking Shoos from 5s beaten lid. Our Beehive Boots, for hard wear L and low prices, always satisfy. SIMON BROTHERS, George street (near Octagon). ERBERT, HAYNES, AND 00. Are now offering 150 Dozen MEN'S MERINO HALF-HOSE, from 9d to 3j 6d per pair. 10 Dozen MEN's RIBBED WORSTED HALF-HOSE, Is Cd-splcndid value. 20 Dozen MEN'S CASHMERE HALF-HOSE, riaia and Ribbed, in Black, Navy, Maroon, and Fancy Colors. Also MEN'S BLACK CASHMERE, With Embroidered Fronts, For Evening Wear. JUVENILE CLOTHING. *ROWN, EWING, AND CO. invite early > inspection of their Juvenilo Clothing, all thoroughly well made, of excellent Colonial Tweeds, manufactured expressly to our order, and are unsurpassed for Fit, Stylo, and Durability. GOOD. JUVENII E JUVENILE JUVENILE JUVENILE JUVENILE JUVENILE JUVENILE JUVENILIS JUVENILE JUVENILE JUVENILE JUVENILE GOOD. CHEAP. 8s 6d 10s 64 lis 64 12s 6.1 18s Gd 14s 6d 15s 6d 16s 6d 17s fid 18s 6d 193 6d 21s CHEAP. Also, grand assortment in Serge, Corduroy. Plush, Velveteen, and Washing Suits (all sizes) in stock. Modified Prices. BROWN, EWING, AND CO. BANKRUPTCY NOTICE. GAZETTE IN BANKRUPTCY. THE EVENING STAR is duly appointed Gazette for the publication of all Notioes under the Bankroptoy Aot, IN BANKRUPTCY. I In the Superior Court of Bankruptcy, holden at Dunedin. In the matter of " The Bankruptcy Act, 1883," and Amendments thereof, and of the Bankruptcy of ROBERT M'KENZIE, of Dunedin, commission agent. THE ABOVE-NAMED DEBTOR having this day filed a Petition to be adjudged a Bankrupt, I hereby summon the First General Meeting of Creditors to be held at my office, No. 12 Rattray street, Dunedin, on Tuesday, the sth day of November, 1889, at tho hour of 3 p.m. j JAMES ASHOROFT, i Dunedin, Ist November, 1889,
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