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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3, Issue 10422, 17 September 1897
LATE ADVERTISEMENTS. BEAUTIFUL BOOTS AND SHOES. PON'T FORGET TO CALL AT THR . LEADING BOuT SHOP. ■£ OR ND ASSORTMENT «■ OK. -.•-..■ .'■ BKAUTIFJTI. G">OL»S .TU.sT V.PKNED, . ALL DIPOHTKD DIRECT J rom Britain and the Continent, FOR WALKING OR EVENING WEAR. LADIES. Rive us a Call. OiiNTL.EM.KN, give ua a Call. DEPOT, v> • Pbinoes btreet (Opposite Poat Office). Queensland Bananas, vellow as a T f o', w B uinea > 2 *l8; Oranges, 21 Is; Applea, 2d. Bull. OUK Annual Colossal Sale will Positively Close Saturday, September 25. A. and T. Inghs. LOASBY'S " Wahoo " positively cures where other remedies only relieve: purely herbal: always effectual; 2s 6d. Chemists, Grocers. MACEDO'S Closing Sale.—Books, Music, _, , , InVlnkstands, Albums, etc., Papeteries. Birthday Cards. 202 Princeastreet. opened. Clothing Factory, Octagon. CITRON SALT (Spring Medicine) for the blood, pimples, blotches, boils, all skin eruptions ;Is bottles. Bagley. delightful beverage'. A most economical and
AT THE GREAT CARNIVAL ON SATURDAY. SERGE KNIOKEBS ; sizes Ito 7. Carnival Price li 11M nair MENS WHIIK B ™Sj^ ,l s^^g^ Frice, 4s IMeach. 1 "
B ■ « ■ -"«vom — opriDg ana ±J Summer Dress Goods in Tweed, Poplins, Covert Coating. Serges ; splendid assortment. OUR Annual Colossal Sale will Positively Close Saturday, September 25. A. and T. Inglis. SALE, Sale. Sale at Ritchie's Staffordshire House, 27 and 29 George street. TF you want a good assortment of Lampshanging, bracket, table, or hall—go to Ritchics. TEA SET in China and Earthenware at prices that can beat anything in town. Ritcbies, DINNER SET of 26 pieces complete for „„ „ 17s 6d ; only a few left. At Bitohie's, 29 George street. FOR every Household Requisite try Ritchie's, where yeu can get a first-class assortment useful goods. V.L Reductions in our Hanging Lamps; «/„ w , me and see for yourself. At Ritchie's Staffordshire House. OUR Annual Colossal Sale will Positively Cloeo Saturday, September 25. A. and J. Inghs. uuu.o.ii.n.i.l o nouae oi commons wntsky _ as supplied to members of Parliament, is sold by all grocers and hotelkeepers. COMPARE my Tea at Is fed with that sold by others at Is 9d. D. Comrie, grocer, King street. OUR Annual Colossal Salo will Positively Close Saturday, September 25. A. and w*- ■••*"■-* u"uw, .agricultural nan.—ladies, kJ please note : Entries for Table and Bicycle Decoration close Monday. Every. PRING Show, Agricultural Hall.—Entries ~ C J° Be Monday, 20th, Cafe Continental, or Pryors. Particulars from Every, secretary. CHILDREN'S ATTIRE. TE are showing a splendid variety in everything required for Children's wearPelisses, Pinafore?, Walking Dresses, Sun Hats, Bonnets, etc. A display we believe second to none, and at lowest prices for such choice goods. These are just opened, and very fresh and dainty. BROWN, EWING, AND CO.
FURNITURE WE ARE BADLY OVERSTOCKED, AND WILL SACRIFICE DURING THE NEXT FEW DAYS. EASY TERMS IF DESIRED. A. LOEIE AND CO. "VTEW Goods in all departments now being JLI opened Clothing Faotory, Octagon. i ULD SCOTTIB is the purest Malt . Whisky that o»n be bought for money. SPRING LAMB. A NICE LOT ON SALE THIS WEEK WM. PATRICK. fate: dbqreks HAT LONG LIFE AND JL HAPPINESS shall be the lot of thope who choose the B^st among the reianv good things thin world offers. Choose wisely, and drink OUVAH TEA BEG RESPECTFULLY TO THANK THE NUMEROUS CUSTOMERS WHO HAVE VISITED THEIR COLOSSAL SALE, And at the mme time 'lntimate that, owing to its great success, THEY HAVE DECIDED TO EXTEND SAME FOR FOURTEEN DAYS-viz., until SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 25th, WHEN IT WILL POSITIVELY CLOSE. A. AND T. INGLI3.
D.S.A. 100 DoZ l*^Z*ZVl7l^& tO thß Fa3Monab!e , C ° arSe P,ait Str -. -*» *• 20 Pbc-BLAOK FIGURED LUB PRES, BnHiant G.ace Goods, at Is 6i d yard. BLACK ALL--300 PieC colo? 3 ° YLE!S WASHING STRIPED CAMBRICS for Blouses at 4|d and 6|d yard, all DRAPERY SUPPLY ASSOCIATION, GEORGE STREET. flSSgsa£*» <* i P^fiM^ra %VT)iAK the Palladino Glove; warranted MACfYWTn ~" T H E MK M BER|iX°HI R AM LODGE I | U * H "' "HOS., V Tn Spring and 1. are requested to attend the Funeral of Summer Novelties In Hats, Ties, Collars, our late P.M. Bro. John Elliott, of lodge and Shirts now opened. Arrowtown Kilwinning, which will leave his son s residence. Main road, South Dunedin. at Bly 3.30 p.m. on SONDAY, the 19th, for Southern na Cemetery. All brethren cordially invited to m ,,„ attend. White ties and gloves. By order C« PEIGHT S celebrated Ales, in Bottled quarts J. A. KIRBY, W.M. UTHIE BROS., Ltd. - Spring and „ Summer Washing Mater 1 " 1 " '- «-•-*- iteens, Ginghams, Crepons, t» PUBLIC NOTICE. J °? ft? 27th Au & ust - 18 97, an Interim .. and Dividend of per cent, per annum for the Halfyear ending 31st July, 1897. was declared, and UR Annual Colossal Sale will Positively w i" be Payable (free of exchange) at the Offices Close Saturday. September 25. A. and of ™ e "Q">n Bank of Australia, Ltd.. throuahT. Inglis. ■ out the Colony, on and after the 20th day of lIPPRTV S AT i?' GR , RAT C4 RNIVAL ON SATURDAY. CHI™! Ifggfc SATLORS, 1 l B §rea d c ; h • fflK SfffigPTO M f° wool CASHMERE HOSE, Is per pair- Lovplv ir»l,i«Y £™™„' ls , 6d ea ? h ' ladies' Allfc lid; Ne"w SuEstaWj**.TßfflS™' ih yuA \ ? ew SKIRTS, Is each ; Large HOLLAND APRONS ?■ »„m. t }■ ™£«sEi£5 S ; M dozen • FLOWERS, 3|d snraf; 4 button KID GTnvl\ f 1 \}^ m ¥ *** rair: Love *y 4fd per pair. GLOVES, Is ll£d per pair; Ladies'RlßßED HOS,E, PYFE AND OUMING. SALE CLOSES TO-MORROW. MEANTIME ALL ODD LINES CAN GO AT ANY PRICE. ORDERS FOR TAILORING SHOULD. BB LEFT AT ONOE. ,; WATERPROOFS.-3S of Our Own Make at the price of shoddy articles. Get them quickly.
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