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LATB ADVERTISEMENTS. WORTS Your Notice.—The Goods we have jud opened comprise Latest De. signs, Coloring'', and Fabrics. J. Hendry and Son, tailors, (.gorge street. OUR Colossal Sale will Posit vely Oh so To-morrow Night; Bargains in all Dt< partmenta. A.- and T. Tag jg.- • Boots, neat and. strong, 8s 6c\; splendll Patent Court Shoes, 5a lid. Only at Simon Brothers’. DISTRICT GRAND LODGE OP uTAGO AND SOUTHLAND, B.C. nnHE OFFICERS AND MEMBERS of the A- District Grand Lodge aro requested to attend the Funeral of the late BROIHER H. S. FISH, P.D.D.O.M. and P.M. Lodge of Dunedin, 931, which will leave his late residence, Stafford street, Dunedin, on SATURDAY, 25th inst., at 2 30 pm. Brethren of the E.O. and Sister Constitutions are invited to attend. No regaliano Masonic ceremony. By order. SYDNEY JAMES, D.O. Secretary. DISTRICT GRAND LODGE OP NEW ■ ZEALAND SOUTH, S.O. rpHB OFFICERS AND MEMBERS are -A- requested to atted the Funeral of Brother H. S. Fish, P.D.D.G.M. and P.M., Lodge of Dunedin, 931, E. 0., which will leave his residence, Stafford street, Dunedin, on SATURDAY, 25th inst., at 2 30 p m. All Brethren are invited to attend. No regaha ; no Masonic ceremony. JiM ES GORE, D. G. M. DUNEDIN DISTRICT LODGE, No. 1,1.0. G.T. A UL MEMBERS of 1.0. G.T. in Dunedin -C3- and Suburbs are respectfully invited to attend Funeral-of late BRO. ,H. 8. FISH, which will leave his late residence at 2.30 p.m. TO-MOHKOW. No ceremony ; no regalia. By order. DONALD OAMERON, District Secretary. L )YAL ALBION LODGE, No. 5,283, M.U.1.0.0.F., OTAGO DISTRICT. THE OFFICERS and MEMBERS of the above Lodge aro r, quested to attend the Funeral of the lato Brother H. S. Fish, P.P.Q.M., which will leave his late residence, Stafford street, Dunedin, on Saturday, 25th inst., at 2,30 p.m. Brethren of si tor Lodges invited to attend. No regalia ; no ceremony. VT. E. C. REID, Perm. Secretary.


OARTER’S FIRST SPRING SHOW. F IRST SPRING SHOW.-New Drapery and Clothing; novelties in all departments, and all marked at the very lowest cash prices. Come and see pur'windows. Carter and Co. F IRST SPRING SHOW.—Ladies’ and Girls’ New Trimmed Hats from 5s lid to 19s 1 Id; Ladies’ stylish Trimmed Bonnets, 8s lid to 19s lid. Carter and Co. FIRST SPRING SHOW.—New Sailor Hats, ribbon bands or extra-trimmed, is 2s 6d, 2s lid, 3s lid to 7s lid ; a splendid variety. Carter and Co. FIRST SPRING SHOW. Flower-, Feathers, Blouses and Shirts, Corsets and Underclothing, Jackets, Mantles, and Capes. Try Carter and Co. IRST SPRING SHOW. - New Dr-as Materials in gr<at variety, all double width, from B|i yard up; Navy or Black Serges from Is Ogd to 4s lid yard; New Colored Lustres, Is 3jd to 2s lid yard. Carter and Co. IRST SPRING SHOW. - New Fancy Black Dresses, Is 6d to 3s lid yard; New Black Crepons from 2s lid, all wool; Evening Shades in • Crepon, double width, for Blouses or Dresses, Is Ogd yard—worth Is 6d. Carter and io. FIRST SPRING SHOW New Farcy Ribbons, Nejv Gloves, Now Lace, Now Failings, Now Sunshades and Umbrellas, New Collars and Cuffs, New Chiffons, New Fancy Sailor Collars for Boys and Girls—ali at the lowest possible prices. Carter and Co, IRST SPRING SBOW.—New Veilings, great variety,, from 4|d to Is 6d yard,; Black and Colored Bead Gimp, Black and Coloroitv ead Ornaments, for Drosses, Blouses, and Mantles, eto,, nloo variety, lowest prices. Carter and <o. SPECIAL —Our London Buyer has sent us a n'ce lot of Ladies’ street Costumes in Tweeds, etc., vory stylish and cheap; the Full Costume for 17s 6d, 19s lid, up to 355. Also a nice lot of Ladies’ Dress Skirts in newest colors, also in Black and Navy Serge, from 8s lid to Iss 9d. These Skiits only require a Blouse to complete the Costume. Come and take the pick of them. Carter and Co. QARTER’S FIRST SPRING SHOW.

THIS EVENING. WE MAKE OUR FIRST SHOW OF SPRING GOODS Ihia Evening, -when our Premises will be Open between 7 and 10 (for Show only), LADIES’ BLOUSES. c^2.P^?£ H4SED a MANUFACTURER’S ENTIRE STOCK of LADIES SHIRT BLOUSES {Stiff Collars and Cuffs) ; original prices were 3s lid, 5s 6d, and 6s 6d—we offer them for Is lid, 2s lid. and 3s lid. . LADIES WILL FIND OUR STORES WELL WORTH A VISIT. Those who have not seen them since the alterations were completed will scarcely know them. NO GOODS CAN BE SOLD THIS EVENING. A. LORI E AN D CO.

IF you enjoy a good, full, pleasant cup of tea, try Regina b’end. BUCHANAN’S House of Commons Whisky, as supplied to members of Parliament, is sold by Thomas Sneddon, Mornington. FAMOUS Beehive Boots A household woid.—Women's strong Lace-ups, 6a 9d; Children’s from 2s lid, Simon Brothers. OUR Colossal Sale -will Positively Close To-morrow Night; Bargains in all Departments. A. and T. Inglis. LOASBY’S “ Wahoo ” strengthens stomach, simulates liver and kidneys, and invigorates whole system ;2s 6d. All chemists and Grocers. OUR Colossal Sale will Positively Close To-morrow Night; Bargains in all Departments. A. and T. Inglis. SECOND-HAND Books all Departments of Literature numerous, miscellaneous, cheap. Driver’s Book Room, Octagon. Books purchased. A AND E. WATKINS for Corsets; best • makes kept. Celebrated 0.8. Corsets, 4s lid to 12s 6dHOMSON’S Co: sets, 5s lid; Corsets, 2s lid, 3s 6d, 4s 9J, 5s 6d, 6s lid, 7s 6d ; Children’s Stays. A. and E. Watkins. OUR Colossal Sale will Positively Close To-morrow Night; Bargains in all Departments. A. and T. Inglis. FARMERS’ Boots.—Try the Beehi: e make; genuine testimonial; one three years’ -hard wear. SPLENDID Table Butter, 9d; Fresh Eggs, 9d. Waikouiiti Butter Agency, 142 George street (corner Hanover street). OUR ■ Colossal Bale will Positivelv Close To-morrow Night; Bargains in all Departments. A. andT. Inglis.

AT THE GREAT CARNIVAL ON SATURDAY. nmrnS LADIES’ HANDKERCHIEFS, la the half-dozen; WHITE SAiLORS, l|d each; Stylish UMBRELLAS. Is 6d each; Ladies' APSBUI3 per P 9ir s Lovely Beaded GIMPS, all colors, 4JJ yard; New wfp^ SH \ S ’ Br3lld 8 r 3lld I&ST 9A£ ES - 1s ll s d each; TRIMMING BRAIDS, 6d dozen.; ladies’ l££^Jl’ol 8 5 Large HOLLAND APRONS, Is each; Ladies’ CORSETS, la per pair; Lovely 4^^r E aw ; *’ butt<m KID GLOVES, Is Hid per pair; Ladies’ RIBBED HOSE, - Iwrpair * JY F E AND CUMING

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