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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2, Issue 10431, 28 September 1897
LATE ADVEBTISTnyrRNTS. • A WONDERFUL SALE. OUR Anemones in bloom are simply perfect, and'-yesterday the number of them sold was phenomenal. Co.no and see for yourselves ; we bring in a fresh supply every day. Stvilles for Marmalade. PRYOR AND SON. SECOND-HAND Iron and Bricks For Sale. Apply Contractor, Phoenix Jam Factory, Maclnggan street. Rifle ; For Sale, cheap, in ■A 1 first-class condition. Address “ Francotte,” Stab Office. WHY Pay Kent ? £SO 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 save money by patronising K. J. Bryant, agent, Dowling street. "BTIUR SALE, Seaiide Residence, situated at A? Purakanui: near btach. Address “ House,” STAB Office. 13AGLAN Jf\/ almost Office. Bicycle For Sale; 241b, gear 68; new; £2O cash. “ Raglan,” Star DAIRY Farm, Sawyers Bay, 35 a errs, house, byre, orchard; eleven shillings weekly. Platts, Port Chalmers. A NDALUSIAN and Minorca Eggs (imported jtA. prize stock), 5s and 10s setting; fertility guaranteed. Waters, Port Chalmers. OU R Customers are demanding Regina Tea. M. Morton and Son, Kaikorai. LOASBY’S “ Wahoo” positively cures where other remedies only relieve; purely herbal; always effectual; 2s 6;1.- Chemists, Grocers. MAKE No Mistake. -It is Mrs Breavei’s Shop with new windows and the loveliest Sailor and Bond Street Hats yon ever saw. See them inside. JUST Opened Out, the very' newest things iu Millinery, Blouses, Celts, Shirts, Cuffs and Collar?, the very latest Dress Materials, New Capes. At Mrs Dreaver’s. WEDNESDAY Half - holiday. Make straight tor the Great Carnival at Fyfe and Cuming’s Drapery Stores. T>EGINA Tea confidently recommended as JLV the best of all standard Blends. Young and Anderson. (CATALAN Hair Eencwer restores Grey Hair J without dyeing ; delightfully perfumed ; 2s bottles. B. Bagley and Son, Packets of Flower Seed, e\tr Wu r tremely beautiful varieties—all at a penny; Vegetable Seed. Bull.. THE Dunedin Property Exchange Sells Land, House Property, and Shares by auction or privately for per cent. No sale no charge. Entrance free. Spring Lamb on Sale at AVm. Patis rick’s. LAST Days of Macedo’s Closing Sale. Further Reductions Books, Music, Piotures, Stationery at 202 Princes street. MONTEITH. Monteith. Monteith. Ladies, for fit, wear, and appearance, no Kid Glove equals the “Monteith,” Every pair guaranteed. BOTANIC Cough Syrup; household medicine, safe and effectual; Is and Is 6d per bottle. Neil, herbalist, George street. Sarsaparilla, said AA the imported and half bottle. 74- George street. to be superior to the price; 2s 6d 'jVJ'EIL’S for Chest Protectors, Hot Wate -i.v Bottles, Trusses, Enemas, and Toils Requisites. Neil, herbalist, George street. WHY buy common Tea when Regina Blends are sold at 2s and 2s 4d ? Young and Anderson.
F OASBY’S "TV ahoo,” the unrivalled herbal U remedy for all stomach, liver, and kidney ■omnlaiats :2a 6d Cbe.ndßts Grocers, Packets of Flower Seed, extremely beautiful varieties—all at a penny ; Vegetable Seed. Bull. HP! BOSS has the largest stock of Kid Gloves JL a in town, among others, the Alma, 2a 6d YERMKSA, 2s 6d ; Trilby. 2s lid; Mona, os 6d; Francesca, 3s lid; Merlier, 4s lid ; Roussel, 5s 6d ; Florence, 6s 6d : White Wash Leather, 2s 6d. A LSO, the largest and cheapest stock of Umbrellas in town ; over two thousand to select from, la lid to 21s. PATTERNS new Veil Nets and Gossamers. in black, white, and fancy spotted, from 4jd a yard. LADIES’ White Skirts. 2s lid to 30s ; Muslin Aprons, ?i<l to 3s 6J ; pretty Muslin Pinafores, is to 3s 9J. TfcTEW Capes, Corsets, Laces, Lace Collars, _Li and Fancy Goods just opened at T. Ross’s, direct importer. FURNITURE and Bedsteads. Call and inspect the Stock of F. A. Hooper and Co. before purchasing elsewhere. BRASS Rail French Bedsteads, full size, 47s 6d ; Woven Wire Spring Mattresses, 17s 6d each. Hooper and Co., Octagon. BjTULL Size Wood Bedsteads, 17s fid; PlatC . form Rocking Chairs, 17s 61; Austrian Chairs. 6s 6d j Kitchen Chairs, 3s 6d. JUST Landed, real . Walnut Overmantels, 75a; also Black-and-gold at 47s fid, F. A. HroperandCo. fjTANOY Occasional Drawing Room Chairs, 1 just landed, from 21s each. P. A. Hooper and Co., Octagon, • ITALIAN Bedsteads for Curtains, no top tester, from 9Sa; full size Wool Mattresses, 255; Kapok Pillows, 4s. Hooper and Co. QUALITY the true tost of value,—Regina Tea, the Queen of Blends. Young and Anderson. WEDNESDAY Half - Holiday. - Make straight for the Great Carnival at Fyfe and Cuming's Drapery Stores. R EGINA Tea, the Queen of Binds j simply ■ perfection. Young and Anderson. IN THE ESTATE OP DR A. J. PERGUSSON (Deceased). f CREDITORS in this Estate will please send f in their Accounts to the undersigned without delay. CALLAN AND GALL AWAY, Solicitors for the Executrix. TU-EW STRAWBERRY (Laxton’a Noble).-] -i-v have a few hundreds of the above well rooted Plants For Sale. A grand large, early Fruit; should be in every garden; £1 pel hundred, 3s per dozen. J. BISHOP, ' Hampden, Otago. MOSGIEL TWEEDS AT JOB PRICES. As the Mosglel Mills are just stock-taking, we have been able to purchase the balance of their Tweeds at very low prices. ‘ 9he Tweeds made at these Mills are probably not equalled in the colony for style and genuine wear. DON'T FAIL TO ORDER EARLY. Prices for Suits made to size arc as follow: Men’s Sac Suits, all sizes, 37 JQ. Usual Price, 47a fid. Youths' Sac Suits, all sizes, 35/6, Usual Price, 455. Boys’Suits (to fit 12 years), 16/6. Usual _Price, 2216 d. T3ROWN, EWING, AND CO, MONEY TO LEND. kave this sum In hand caw A_7 W V for investment, and are prepared to advance upon Freehold Securities from S per cent.; also on Furniture, Pianos, Cattle? Horses, life Policies, P.N.s, etc., at reduced rates. Correspondence Invited. ’ ‘ BORDER CO., SO PRrNQES SUBSET, DVNgpiS,
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