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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3, Issue 10430, 27 September 1897
LATE ADVERTISEMENTS. ANDALUSIAN and Minorca Eggs (imported prize stock), 5s and 10s setting; fertility guaranteed. Waters, Fort Chalmers. THK Dunedin Property Exchange Sells Land, House Property, and Shares by auction or privately lor l j p.'u cent. No sale no charge, Entrance, free. lea, the finest quality Ceylon Tea imported into the Colony; try it. D. G. Shepherd. AT the Carnival Tomorrow (Tuesday).— . hCO White Sailor Hats, led. Evfo and Cuming’s Great Drapery Stores. r.U*MS Material. This feason’s supply unpacked by Thomson, Bridget, and Co. Racquets. specially, good and very cheap. (CRICKET Material.—First shipment just to J hand, and without doubt is the Best stock ever seen in Dunedin. Clubs would do well to inspect for themselves at Thomson,. Bridget, and Co.’s. ELECTRO-PLAHED Ware.—ln this Thomson, Bridget, and Co. carry a very large and variedstook, suitable for Wedding Presents and Trophies, at exceedingly low prices. TIGER Teas.—We cannot make you good, but we can make you feel good. Drink Tiger Teas. LOASBY’S “ Wahoo ” positively cures where other remedies only relieve; purely herbal • always effectual; 2s 6d. Chemists, Grocers. ’
SPECIAL SHOW TO-NIGHT. WINDOWS LIGHTED FROM 6 TO 10.
HASLEMERE Tea, the new Ceylon. Obtainable at Young and Anderson’s. MARE No Mistake.—lt is Mrs Dreavet’s Shop with new windows and the loveliest Sailor and Bond Street Hats you ever saw. See them inside. JUST Opened Out, the very newest things in Millinery, Blouses, Belts, Shirts, Cuffs and Collars, the very latest Dress Materials New Capes. At Mrs Dreaver’s. ' WEAR, tho Palladino Glove; warranted French Kid and Perfect Fitting. LOASBE S “ Wahoo ” strengthens stomach, simulates liver and kidneys, and invigorates whole system ;2s fid. All chemists and Grocers. STKUTHERS AND SCOTT have large stocks of Haslemere Tea, and strongly' recommend it. WHY Pay Rent ? £3O deposit, 10s weekly for a good home; 5-roomed House and Freehold, Eoslyn ; every convenience; bargain. Bryant, agent. Dowling street. CHEAP Money. Bills Discounted lowest rates. Borrowers savo money by patronising E. J. Bryant, Dowling street. YACHT For Sale “Fleetwing”; A 1 cruiser; well found. Apply T. K. Harty. BIOVOLE For Sale, cheap, in good condition. R, M'Kenzie, Oban Hotel, Octagon DAIRY Farm, Sawyers Bay, 35 acres, house, byre, orchard; eleven shillings weekly. Platts, Port Chalmers. FOR SALK, 2 superior Clydesdale Mares, in foal; also 2 cheap Mares. D. Wilson, Hillside,' Dunedin. IT3OR SALE, Otto Gas Engine, in first-class order. Apply Wm. Duke, George street. W7IOR SALE, an Aged Draught Horse and Set U of Harness. Joseph Early and Son, Half, way Bush. FOR, -BALE, small growing Bu-ineas doing good cash trade ; owner leaving district. Address “Store,” star Office. N 108 Spring Lamb on Sale at Win, Patliok’s. LAST Days of Macedo’s Closing Sale. Further Reductions Books. Music, Pictures, Stationery at 202 Princes street. AT the Carnival To-morrow (Tuesday).— Lovely Flowers, 2|d spray. Fyfe and Cuming’s Great Drapery stores. TOOK I—Grocers are now keeping Speight s J Bottled Ale and stout. V hj THE Dunedin Property Exchange Sells Land, House Property, and Shares by auction or privately for per cent. No sale no charge. Entrance free. TIGER TEAS.—To make your little entertainment a success you must provide Tiger Teas. CARPETS AND FURNISHINGS. RROWN, EWING, AND CO.’S Carpet and Furnishing Shop is now crowded with New Goods. In buying from them vou may invariably rely on the quality being firstrat”, as they only keep thoroughly genuine makers’ goods, and the patterns are the very j newest, " j Best Tapestry Carpets, splendid designs; in j appearance and wear equal to Brussels, | .4/3 TEH YARD. Good Tapestry Carpets, in capital patterns, wear ami look well, 2/6 PER YARD. ■ Clearing lot of useful Tapestry ' •''Carpets, suitable for bedrooms, 1/9 PEP. YARD Lovely designs in Wilton, Axminster, and Brussels Carpets, Inlaid Linoleums, and Edmonton Tiled Floorcloths. New Waxoloths.—Special heavy make, pretty floral patterns, suitable for dining ' rooms, 2 yards wide, 3/3 EVENING YARD. JgROWN, EWING, AND 00. FIRST SPRING SHOW. FIRST SPRING SHOW*.—New Drapery and Clothing; novelties in all departments, and all marked at the very lowest cash prices. Como and see our windows. Carter and Co. FIRST SPRING SHOW.—Ladies’ and Girls’ New Trimmed Hats from 5s lid to 19s lid; Ladies’ stylish Trimmed Bonnets, 8s lid to 19s lid. Carter and Co. IRST SPRING SHOW.—New Sailor Hats, ribbon bands or extra-trimmed, Is 2s 6d, 2s lid, 3s lid to 7s Hd; a splendid variety. Carter and Co. FIRST SPRING SHOW. Flowers, Feathers, Blouses and Shirts, Corsets and Underclothing, Jackets, Mantles, and Capes. 'Try Carter and Co. FIRST SPRING SHOW. New Drrss Materials in great variety, all - double width, from B|l yard up"; Navy or Black Serges from Is Oi,d to 4s lid vard;. New Colored Lustres, Is 3jd to 2s lid yard. Carter and Co. ■ FIRST 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 yard—worth Is 6d. Carter and Co. IRST SPRING SHOW New Fancy Ribbons, New Gloves, New Lace, New Fallings, New Sunshades and ' Umbrellas, New Collars and Cuffs, New Chiffons, New Fancy Sailor Collars for Boy's and Girls—all at the lowest possible prices. Carter and Co. IRST SPRING SHOW.—New Veilings, great variety, from 4|d to Is fid yard; Black and Colored Bead Gimp, Black and Colored 1 ead Ornaments, for Dresses, Blouses, and Mantles, etc,, nice variety, lowest prices. Carter and <‘o. SPECIAL. —Our London Buyer has sent us a nice lot of Ladies’ street Costumes in Tweeds, etc., very stylish and cheap; the Full Costume for 17s fid, 19a 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 15s 9d. •These Skirts only require a Blouse to complete the Costume. Come and take the pick of them. Carter ■ and Co. FIRST SPRING SHOW-
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