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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3, Issue 10418, 13 September 1897
PUBLIO NOTICES, I Bast Sugar AH erooera. MEN STAET AT.-MY STATEMENTS BENJAMIN GUM. THOUSANDS of BOtTr-ES have been sold, and universal praise of ita curative qualities is the result. I could fill columns of this newspaper with testimonials, but you cm save me that expense by trying a bottle. I will guarantee it to cure your cough, or I will return the price. IT OANKOT FAIL! REMEMBER! BENJAMIN GUM Is an old-fashioned remedy, now for the first time scientifically prepared for the public use. Extract from the ' "Weekly Press': The Benjamin Tree is a native of Sumatra, Bornea, and Siam, and yields a balsamic resin, employed by the islanders for all pectoral affections, with marvellous efficacy. The preparation of Spencer Vincnt contains the resin in its pure state, combined with a flavoring oil, which renders it highly palatable. This remedy for Couglm and Colds is unequalled for both adults and children, and it may be absolutely relied upon to cure chronic diseases of the ch»st if regularly and coniinuously used. Within a few weeks of its introduction to New Zealand by Mr Vincent many wonderful cures have been effected by it 3 means. It must be used consistently with the directions given to prove its value. Note the Name: SPENCER VINCENI'S GREAT BENJAMIN GUM EXTRACT.
Take no other Remedy, but insist on having BENJAMIN GUM. PSICE Is 6a. Obtainable from all respectable Chemists and General Storekeepers.
GRAND EXHIBITION NEW SPRING GOODS ' RAPERY SUPPLY ASSOCIATION
URST "WEEK IN SEPTEMBER -that most interesting event for our Lady Friends our Spring Show of Fashions is held, and, up to time, we have now a surpassing display of EVERYTHING FRESH AND PLEASING i to the eye, delightful and gratifying to the taste, and more than meeting expectations as to price. GOODS WELL BOUGHT ARE SAID TO B3 HALF SOLD. Our Stock lias been bought by a careful, painstaking buyer, an experienced judge of valups, and a gcntUman of great, good taste—a buyer who buys from manufacturers direct and saves all intermediate profits. THEREFORE OUR ARE A. ALREADY HALF SOLD.—TVe invite our customers and friends to come early and take advantage of the really graid assortment of Frcdi, New, and Beautiful Good* we arc tnw showing. Our Stock is the lar'e-t we have vet held.
IN DEESS MATERIALS wo Lave New Covert Coatings, New Armnre Figures, New Shot and Figured Lustre?, New Twecls, Cordurovs, r.ml H!k Mixtures. All - wool ferces, in ever? color, from Is 3d to 3? Hd yard (double widLh). 5W BL.VCK CREPONS, Black Figured .1 Ai mures, Black Corduroys, Blsck Plain Brilliantine Lustres, Black Sicilians, lilack Figured Lustres to lio mot popular than ever. Giand value at from Is 6J to 3s lid jard (double width). Black All-wool Coating Serges, la 3.1, la 6AJ, U lUd. 2s 3d, 23 61, 2s lid, 3s 6:1, 3j lid a yard (double width). Just see these. ■ NEW BLOU?E MATERIALS.-Fivc hundred pieces of Print: Stripes by t'-e score, every width and color, in Hoy-le's fast colors, from 3Jd to 7-<Jd yard. New Printed Fancy Mushns, New Spot, White and Cream Mus ins, Silk-weft Smallcheck Foulards; end the. latest novelty, Silver Sifts, a rt-satciial vrintcd in tinsel, and 6«aranteetl absolutely fast,' |UVFi THOUSAND HATS TO SELECT —• from. An unrivalled assortment of lovely Hats, from tho finest Tuscan Straw to (he coarsest Japanese Jumbo Plait; Sailor Hats, white and specked, trimrucd and untrimmed, from B|d to 53 6d each. Look at our window and ]udg3 if we exaggerate. TfANOY COLORED AND MIXED STRAW, •*- Chip, aud Leghorn Uats, Girls' Hats, Children's Rats, Infants' Trimmed Cream Silk and Muslin Hats and Bonnets. Ladi s, wc are first in George street with our Spring Show, and first for Variety nnd Value. ¥ EW FANCY MILLINERY, Ribbons in Moire, Gauze, Figured, Striped, Shot, Bordered, and Plain a lowly lot to select from; New Goffered Chiffons, Crepon Chiffon?, i iam Chiffons in every shade and color ; Net and Goisimer Veilings with white, black, red, bluo, and heliotrope spot a very large variety. <U£DE KID GLOVES Browa with Black .-> Tipirg, 3s 6d—Black with White and White with Black Points ; Undressed Kid Cloves, 2s 61 and 33 61 pee pair. New stock Collars (wjth tie), new shape Cuffs, Ladies' new Bows, new Lons; Ties, new Belts and Belt Buckles, Embroidered and Hem-stitched Handkerchiefs. aw b&VS BOLEROS, the latest fashion ; Lace Collars and Soarfs, Lisle I'mbroidered Hose, Black and Tan Cashmere Hose, flue Oriental and VvnEning Laces, Real] Torchon and Black Chantilly Laces. We have no window space to show these, but our stock inside i 3 very complete. LATEST THINGS IN FANCY DRESDEN - HANDLED UMBRELLAS and Sunshades, also with sterling silver mounts, Fox's frames, and good wearing covers. Ladies, our Stock is immense, our Goods are in good taste, and our prices always the lowest cash figuro. (OME AND SEE US.
SUPPLY ASSOCIATION, 86 ami 88 Geoege street. (With Branch at South Dunedin.) cfc(l. All Grocßra ohemist, 99 Georsre atro ; Is bottle.
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