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PUBLIC NOTICES. MISOBLLANKOUS. BOTTLED Ale and Stout.-Ask your Grocer for Strachan's, and do not take inferior brands. T>HODES, Steam Laundry, N.E. Valley. A.%) Telephone 780. Van collects parcels. REGG'S Ooifee Essenoe Is now perfect; Tf try It; comparison Invited ; twenty per ceut.'cheaper fhan imported ;-all grocers. A CUP of the finest Coffo'o made instantly JrX. by using W. Gregg and Co.'b Essence of n„i*— . -11 Jl Sold everywhere. RECORD Rain. Economise by using Lethaby's Umbr-llas to keep yourselveß dry; grand display of Ladies'and Gents' Umbrellas; see our windows. Carriage Umbrellas, 10s 6d. Lethaby, umbrella manufacturer, 61 Princes street. Lo? A v B F S Price L«t.-Strong Italian Cloth from 28 6d ; Satin de chine, Italian, ll W ! Levantine, 5s 6d ; Best Twill Silk, 6s 6d ; Sticks from Is ; "Wires, 6d; Scissors Ground, 3d per pair. Lethaby, umbrellamaker, Prlnceß street. BJIUK HAMUISILLS, Circulars, Billheads, J. Memorandums, Delivery Books, Cards. Address Labels, Chemists' Labels, or any desoriptioa of Printing, try the Evening Stab Job Printing Department. ANGLO-PARISIAN SCHOOL OF DRESS CUTTING. I Dressmakers in London and Paris. Accurate, Scientific, Thorough, Practical, and EASILY LEARNT. CLASSES DAILY; also, MONDAY and WEDNESDAY EVENINGS. Miss KATE STEWART,

PUBLIC NOTICES. JT. GEORGE JAM. —Once used, alwoyg , SK for the Blue 801 l Brand of Oatmeal, . rind pro thut you get it. B U K K ARCHITECT, REMOVED TO JOEL'S BUILDINGS, Ckawfohd btrekt. D.S.A GRAND EXHIBITION NEW SPRINC GOODS kRAPERY SUPPLY ASSOCIATION. IIRST WEEK IN SEPTEMBER—that moat 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 to the eye, delightful and gratifying to the taste, and more than meeting expectations as to price. M OODS "WELL BOUGHT ARE SAID TO Or BE HALF SOLD. Our Stock has been bought by a careful, painstaking buyer, an experienced judge of values, and -a gentleman of great, good taste—a buyer who buys from manufacturers direct and saves all intermediate profits. HEREFORE OUR GOODS ARE ALREADY HALF SOLD.—We invite our customers and friends to come early and take advantage of the really grand assortment of Fresh, New, and Beautiful Goods we are now showing. Our Stock is the largest we have yet held. "N DRESS MATERIALS we have New jb_ Covert Coatings, New Armure Figures, New Shot and Figured Lustres, New Tweeds, Corduroys, and Silk Mixtures. All - wool Serges, in every color, frora Is 3d to 3s lid yard (double width). "VTEW BLACK CREPONS, Black Figured J.l Armures, Black Corduroys, Black Plain Brilliantine Lustres, Black Sicilians, Black Figured Lustres to be more popular than ever. Grand value at from Is 6d to 3s lid yard (double width). Black All-wool Coating Serges, Is 3d, Is 6id, Is Hid, 2s 3d, 2s 6d, 2s lid, 3s 6d, 3s lid a yard (double width). Just see these. 'EW BLOUSE MATERIALS.-Five hun.l dred pieces of Print: Stripes by the score, every width and color, in Hoyle's fast colors, from 3§d to 7|d yard. New Printed Fancy Muslins, New Spot, White and Cream Muslins, Silk-weft Smallcheck Foulards; and the latest novelty, Silver Silks, a cotton material printed in tinsel, and guaranteed absolutely fast. UVE THOUSAND HATS TO SELECT JL' from. An unrivalled assortment of lovely Hats, from the finest Tuscan Straw to the coarsest Japanese Jumbo Plait; Sailor Hats, white and specked, trimmed and untrimmed, from to 5s 6d each. Look at our window and judge if we exaggerate.

Hiqh street (opposite D.1.C.). Prospectus on Application. MORRISON, June' L.« (Late Foreman A. Morrison & Co., Ltd.), Brabsfoundeb and Electro-plater, Manufacturer of every description of Brass Goods. Old Ware Replated equal to New in Silver, Nickel, Gold, etc. Bicycle Plating a Specialty. Telephone 69. Address : MORAY PLACE EAST. BEAUTIFUL BOOTS AND SHOES. DON'T FORGET TO CALL AT THE LEADING BOOT SHOP. A GR ND ASSORTMENT OF BEAUTIFUL GOODS JUST OPENED, ALL IMPORTED DIRECT From Great Britain and the Continent, FOR WALKING OR EVENING WEAR. LADIES, give us a Call. GENTLEMEN, give us a Call. CONTINENTAL BOOT DETOT, Princes street (Opposite Post Office).

THE PERPETUAL TRUSTEES, ESTATE, AND AGENCY COMPANY OF NEW ZEALAND, LIMITED. DIBEOTORS : The Hon. W. H. Reynolds, M.L.O. Hon. W. Downlo Stewart, M.L.O. Thomas Moodie, Esq. Walter Hislop, Esq. Manages Walter Hislop. This Company acts as Executor or Trustee under wills and settlements; as Attorney for absentees or others ; manages properties ; negotiates loans; collects interest, rent, and dividends; and conducts all general agency business. FPOBAR AND SON (from Cashel street, • Christchurch). Umbrella Manufacturers, have opened a Branch Shop, 113 George STBEKT, DUNKUIN. Numerous designs in Handles and Fittings. All work guaranteed. Tobar's Price List: Strong Italian Cloth from 2s 6d; Satin do Cheno (Italian), 4s 6d : Levantine from 5s 6d ; best Twill Silk, 6s 6d ; Sticks from Is; Scissors ground and set, 3d. RESERVED TOMATOES. AT THIS SEASON A MOST EXCELLENT AND CONVENIENT SOURCE OF SUPPLY. Sovereign Remedy for Indigestion and Rheumatic Afflictions. Preserved without any Chemicals whatever, and from selected Sun-grown Fruit. PRICE (21b Tins), Bd.

FANCY COLORED AND MIXED STRAW, Chip, and Leghorn Hats, Girls' Hats, Children's Hats, Infants' Trimmed Cream Silk and Muslin Hats and Bonnets. Ladies, wo arc first in George street with our Spring Show, and first for Variety and Value. 'Eff FANCY MILLINERY, Ribbons in .1 Moire, Gauze, Figured, Striped, Shot, Bordered, and Plain a lovely lot to select from; New Goffered Chiffons, Crepon Chiffons, Plain Chiffons in every shade and color ; Net and Gossamer Veilings with white, black, red, blue, and heliotrope spot a very large variety. UEDE KID GLOVES Brown with Black Piping, 3s 6d—Black with White and White with Black Points; Undressed Kid G loves, 2s 6d and 3s 6d per pair. New stock Collars (with tie), new shape Cuffs, Ladies new Bows, new Long Ties, new Belts and Bolt Buckles, Embroidered and Hem-stitched Handkerchiefs. "VTBW LACE BOLEROS, the latest fashion; J_i Laco Collars and Scarfs, Liale Embroidered Hose, Black and Tan Cashmere Hose, fine Oriental and Washing Laoes, Real Torchon and Black Chantille Laces. \Vc have no window space to show these, but our stock inside is -veiy complete. HE 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 figure. /"10ME AND SEE US. kRAPERY SUPPLY ASSOCIATION, 86 and 88 George street. (With Branch at South Dunedin.)

IRVINE AND STEVENSON, George street. PUBLIC NOTICE. \KE EVENING STAR RUNNERS' - SOCIETY Deliver Bills. Circulars, Plans etc, from house to house, in any dißtriot in Dunedin and Suburbs, from Is 6d per 100. Printing by the Evening Star Office. For information, ota, apply to the Publisher, office of this paper. JOHN GILLIES, v FURNITURE WAREHOUSE, 18 George street, Dunedin, Has oppned out Handsome Italian and French BEDSTEADS, New Designs, in Black and Gold, SUPERIOR KAPOK BEDDING, Spring and "Woollen FLOCK MATTRESSES, all sizes. Carpets, Rugs, Floorcloths, Linoleums, in handsome New Patterns. . Furniture in great variety to choose from. Prices sent on application. Time Payments arranged. Terms very easy. t N GILLIES *J FUNERAL ESTABLISHMENTS, 18 George steeet, and 11 Great King street. Funerals conducted in Town or Country. All necessary Funeral Requisites kept in stock. Telephone 534.

WHAT? WHAT? WHAT? THE PROPER PLACE TO GC> FOB.RIG HT DOWN STERLING VALUE IN GROCERY. IKOVISIONS, SMALL GOODS, Etc., IS THE CO-OPERATIVE CASH STORES 172 PRINCES STREET SOUTH. ' EVERYTHING SOLD AT THE_LOWEST POSSIBLE CASH PRICES, mon?" Si! a'tSl . lB 8d ' l 8 10d pe7Tb hj e <* ual to thi °6 aold at 6d per lb more OUR SPECIALLY SELECTED 2/ HILL-GROWN CEYLON TEA forwarded direct from the gardens, the beat value in Now Zealand. NOTE.-Our Teas do not require high-sounding names to make thorn sell. ONCE USED, ALWAYS USED. THE LEST SUGAR, WITH TEA, PER LB. w• * i ~ G , ENUINE DAIRY-FED HAMS AND BACON. No inferior quality kq.t. Our Turn-ovor is Large in this Department, and attended to by thoroughly qualified Assistants. . y „,.,™ SPECIAL LINES IN SMALL GOODS: CAMBRIDGE SAUSAGES, GERMAN SAUSAGES, PRESSED MEAT BOILED SMOKED HAM, AND BOILED OX BEEF. You can't do better than send your Orders along. No one requires to make un f nr +i,„ . v P aT«7goinf merßhere - AH ™ ««»«■« footing. ft,££ GEORGE GILMOUR, CO-OPERATIVE CASH STORES, 172 PRINCES STREET SOUTH. BY ROYAL TO HER MAJESTY THE QUEEN. DEWAR'S EXTRA SPECIAL PERTH WHISKY PURE, OLD, MILD, MELLOW, WHOLESOME. W. SCOULAR AND CO., WHOLESALE AGENTS. K, H - ERASER, 37 PRINCES STREET (NEXT DRESDEN), • ART.ST IN MAKE*, SIGNWKITSB, [. (late of Colllnson and Look, Ojford street, London).

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2, Evening Star, Issue 10423, 18 September 1897

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