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ERBERT, HAYNES, AND CO.'S. AT THE SILK COUNTER We are doing great things this Season. Mr Hatnks, while in Great Britain, purchased a very extensive line of FASHIONABLE BLACK and COLORED SILKS at ahout half their regular value. 1 hese -we have received ex Ruahine, and are offering them at from Is 6d to 2s per yard below the ordinary prices. Ladies may now seleot a Blouse or Dress Length at LESS THAN WHOLESALE WAREHOUSE COST. Note the following : 950 yds Ttich FOULARD SILK (27in wide), l/6g~usual price, 2s 6d. I,sooyds Self-colored ENGLADINE SILK, All Newest Shades, 2/11—usual price, 4s 6d. 650 yds Handsome BLACK BROCBE, 4/6—usual price, 6s 63. 450 yds New Checked GLACE SILK, o/o—usual price, 4s 9d. 375 yds Striped CHENE SILK, In Lovely Colorings, 2/6 —usual price, 3s 6J. HERBERT, HAYNES, AND CO. POBAR AND SON (from Cashel street, • Christchurch), Umbrella Manufacturers, have opened a Branch Shop, 113 George STBEET, Dcnedin. Numerous designs in Handles and Fittings. All work guaranteed. Pobar's Price List: Strong Italian Cloth from 2s 6d; Satin de Chene (Italian), 4s 6d : Levantine from 5s 6d; best Twill Silk, 6s 6d; Stioks from la; Scissors ground and set, 3d. [NTERNATIONAL EXHIBITION. Brisbane, New Zealand Court, July 21th, 1897. "". Messrs J. Speight and Co., Dunedin. Dear Shs, — I beg to confirm my cable of 24th— GOLD MEDAL BULK ALE, GOLD MEDAL STOUT. The Bulk Ale stood the journey remarkably, and is now more than equal to the best English in the market according to the verdict of all the local brewers. The Stout was both a credit to the Brewer and Bottler, and should have liked to have had some in bulk.—Yours faithfully, (Signed) F. NOTLEY MEADOWS. TO ENGINEERS. BRASSFINISHEBS, SAWMAKERS, Etc. 'UST OPENED, a Large Stock of the O Morse Company's Celebrated TWIST DRILLS, ranging from J inch to 1-16 inch, and insets with numbered stands from 1 to 60on Stub'B gauge. S. Newboulds and Co.'s Patent Sandblast FILES, ail shapes, sizes, and cuts. Thcsj are the most durable and best cutting Files in the market. Screw Chasing Tools, all numbers. Small Battery Dry CelU; Sorew Plates, with taps; Arkansas Set Stones, finest grain; Wood-oarvmg Tools and Files, etc. HENRY NEILL, Importers of Watchmakers', Jewellers', and Artisans' Tools, 22 RATTRAY STREET. BEAUTIFUL EOOTB AND SHOES. DON'T FOB GET TO CALL AT THE LEADING BOOT SHOP. A GR ND ASSORTMENT oe 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 DEFOT, _y Princes stbeet (Opposite Post Office). RESERVED TOMATOES. AT THIS SEASON A MOST EXCELLENT AND CONVENIENT SOUROE OF SUPPLY. Sovereign Remedy for Indigestion and Rheumatic Afflictions. Preserved without any Chemicals whatever, and from selected Sun grown Fruit. PRICE (21b Tins), Bd. IRVINE AND STEVENSON, Geoege stbeet. ICYCLES. BICYCLES. A shipment of the Wil oe SOLD CHEAP to close consignment A. AND T. BURT, LD. >•F O R R \i» ARCHITECT, REMOVED TO JOEL'S BUILDINGS, Crawford street. DONTALGIO Extract gives instant relief from Toothache; Is bottle. Kempson, chemist, 99 George street. IT. GEORGE JAM.—Ask for and see that you get it. All grocers." ASTE PAPER FOR SALE v t in lots to suit purchasers. Apply STABOmce,

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 6, Issue 10426, 22 September 1897

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 6 Issue 10426, 22 September 1897

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