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Page 3 Advertisements Column 5, Issue 10440, 8 October 1897
LATE ADVERTISEMENTS. MBS DRBAVER-is showing new Capes from 9s 6d to 30s; new Dress Materials at reasonable prices. . BAILOR Bats, all shapes, higher low crowns, broad or narrow brims, from Is to 7s bd. BOND STKKKT,, latest and most.-stylish Hat; Lace Hat, 3s 6d'j Lace Toques,' 3s lid; new Cuffs and Collars. ■ 1 ■ CYCLISTS should see big display Shirts, Caps, Stockings in Clothing Factory’s window. DRAPERY. HAVE A VACANCY for WELLEDUCATED YOUTH, who, if suitable, will bo taught the trade thorougjily. A. LORIE AND CO. ANTED, for LION ROCK GOLD DREDGING COMPANY, Alexandra, TWO FITTERS for Machinery. Preference given to young experienced men who desire to ultimately join the working crew of the dredge. Apply ia writing, enclosing list of previous engagements, to NEVILLE SIBVWRIGHT, Secretary, High street. Do So A. SPECIAL SHOW MILLINERY DEPARTMENT TO-MORROW. New Sailor Hats hundreds to chose from, at from to 6s 6d. New fancy' Straw Bats, very pretty shapes and mixtures; Infants’ Silk Hats and Bonnets from 2s 6d each upwards | i-iris’ Leghorn Hats, trimmed, 3s 6d each; Children’s Washing Sun Hats and Bonnets, new shapes, white and colored, from Is each, NOVELTIES AT FANCY OOUNTEB. White and Black Silk Elastic Belting, Is and Is 31 yard New Undressed Kid Glcves, 2s 6d, 3s 6d New Bordered Gossamer Veiling, in white, cream, brown, navy, black, jackdaw, and magpie, BJd New stock Collars, with bow tie, Is each New shot and Striped Sunshades, 6s lid, 8s 6d, 12s 6d Novelty-handle Umbrellas, in black and brown. 2s 6d to 12s lid.. DBAPERY SUPPLY ASSOCIATION, George street.
AT THE CARNIVAL ON SATURDAY. CLOTHING AND MERCERY. rurjrwn iT ■Sel W . 4U p ? lr ’°° uo >' 8 Ker S ft HaUor Buitß - sizes Ito 6, all heels and toifSfatTid™ ’ **** ** ** 3d *"* ! 480 *** Merino - So * Bplioed FYFE AND CUMING’S. • . - HASLEMBRB Tea, the new Ceylon. Obtainable at Yonng and Anderson’s. TIGER TEAS.—To *nake your little entertainment a success you must provide Tiger Teas. ITRON SALT (Spring Medicine) for the blood, pimples, blotches, boils, all skin eruptions ; Is bottles. Baglejv LAST Days of Macedo’s Closing Sale. Further Reductions Books, Music, Pictures, Stationery at 202 Princes street, s 1 ENTS’ Tan Balmorals; best shapes anit °V. styles, latest shades ; prices to suit all pockets. Simon Brothers. COMPLETE Dinner Set? (54 pieces), 355; 40-piece Tea Sets, 12s 6d. F. A. Hooper and Co., Octagon. Is Hid 4-BUTTON TAN KID GLOVES Is Hid 4-BUTTON TAN KID GLOVES Is Hid 4-BUTTON TAN KID GLOVES Is Hid 4-BUTTON TAN KID GLOVES Is Hid 4-BUTTON TAN KID GLOVES Is Hid 4-BUTTON TAN KID GLOVES M Only procurable at OLLISON AND C O.'S. LOOK OUT! BARGAINS! BARGAINS! BARGAINS! Balance of unredeemed pledges from the Ballarat Loan Office, Princes street, TO BE SOLD BY AUOTION in T. E. Shiel and Co.’s on SATURDAY, the 10th, at 1 o’clock sharp 0 1 L S K I N S 0 V E R C O A ’l' S Ladies’ Underlinen Bed Linen Blankets Dresses Men’s Clothing Wertbeim Sewing Machines Boots (gum and leather) Saddles and Bridles Diamond Rings Gold "Watches and Chains Hlver Watches, Chains Gold Wedding Rings and Keepers Engagement Rings Musical Instruments Books, Fireirons Breech-loading Guns, in case Rifles, etc., etc. Singer Sewing Machines, W A T E R P R O O F 5 6 B O 0 T S The Goods must go. As this is the last Sale for some time I intend to let every line go. • W. B. CAHILL, Manager. BOUGHT AT HALF-PRICE. NOW ON VIEW IN OUR WINDOW. LADIES’ BLOUSES, CHILDREN’S SILK HATS (or Grannies' i/nj. 3/n. ALL THESE GOODS ... WORTH at LEAST DOUBLE the MONEY-MANY PAR MOKE. A. 10EIE AND CO. NOTE,—Ballot Papers for our last £lO Cash Competition must be received on or before OCTOBER 14U\, PAPER for Wrapping-up For Sale. Appl } STAB Office, Bond strao* T> UDOE-WHITWOKTH Bicycles take the )t\) lead for finish, design, and durability. Reid and Gray. TRUTHERS AND SCOTT have large stocks of Haslomere Tea, and strongly recommend it. LADIES’ latest styles in Summer Boots just opened 'ox Mamari this:-week. Simon Brothers. BAMBOO Window Poles, brass ends, rings, and brackets, 5s 6d complete. F. A, Hooper and Co., Octagon. Is. Is. ~ Is. GENTS’ TIES. SEE WINDOW. Is. Is. Is. jyjOLLISON AND > CO. LADIES’ Evening Shoes, the largest variety m the City, from 2a lid to 14s 6d. Simon Brothers. OPENING CEREMONY. NORTH END BOATING CLUB. MEMBERS faking part in the PROOBS SION TO-MORROW are requested t Meet at the Boathouse at 1,45 sharp. The Club’s,Colors (Red, White, and Black) t be worn. The Members will be glad to meet thei friends at Afternoon Tea in the Clubhouse afte the ceremony. J. OSBORNE, Hon. Secretary. S.D.DS. T7”BEN PRICES, Superiority of Quality, and Variety of Design are increasing our output daily. See our offerings in PRINTS at from 3|d. Try ua for SAILORS, VEILINGS, RIBBONS, and GLOVES. AULD’S SOUTH DUNEDIN DRAPERY STORES. AT THE CARNIVAL ON SATURDAY. COME EARLY. 9 There wil! be Cambric Prints, at 2Jd ; Black WoolS.rges, at Is 3id ; Colored Serges, at 12id • Art Muslins, at ijd; Cotton Crepons, at 4Jd ; Pandoras, at 6Jd s Cretonnes, at 2Jd : Fancv Alpacas, at 12|d; Big-size Down Quilts, 5a Hd; Skirtings, at 6|d; and thousands of other specialities. JP YF E AND CUMING’S GREAT DRAPERY STORES. LOOK I —Grocers are now keeping Speight s Bottled Ale and Stout. 1.0.0. F. LEITH LODGE Medical Officer pro tem , DrWM. M. SMITH, 8.A., M.8., 8.C., Dowling street, opposite Girls’ High School. D, M. MILLER, Secretary. L ILLY BROTHERS. "Try Lilly Bros, for WATCHES. Try Lilly Bros, for CLOCKS. Try Lilly Bros, for RINGS. Try Lilly Bros, for BROOCHES. Try Lilly Bros, for BISCUIT BARRELS. Try Lilly Bros, for CRUETS. Try Lilly Bros, for SPECTACLES. Try Lilly Bro«. for JEWELLERY and WATOH REPAIRS. 73 GEORGE STREET, DUNEDIN. ONLY at Simon Brothers’.—Famous B( hive Boots, all made in our own Factor Encourage local makers. T. CART 45 Geobge stbeet. E B, Just Landed, splendid assortment of CROCKERY AND HARD W A Dinner and Tea Sets, Toilet Sets, Bedro Ware, etc., etc. We wish to call special attention to on BROWN TEAPOTS. As they are a very fine lot, and are go: qniokly. J. T. CARTER, 45 George street. Millinery Millinery Millinery Millinery Millinery Millinery Millinery Millinery Millinery Millinery Millinery Millinery Millinery Millinery .Millinery Millinery Millinery ■ Millinery SEE THE GRAND D"» ,LJ THE WINDO AND SHOW roo: OK THE NEWBI STYLES IN SUMMER MILLINER Mollison and Co. Mollison and Co. Mollison and Co, Mollison and Co. Mollison and Co. Mollison and Co. Mollison and Co. Mollison and Co. Mollison and Co. Mollison and Co. Mollison and Co. Mollison and Co. Mollison and Co. Mollison and Co. Mollison and Co. Mollison and Co. Mollison and Co. Mollison and Co. SPECIAL BANK HOLIDAY. PURSUANT to the terms of “The Banks and Bankers Act, 1880,” and "The Banks and Bankers Act Amendment Act, 1882,” WEDNESDAY, the 13th day of October instant, is hereby appointed a Special Bank Holiday at the Port Chalmers Offices of the under-mentioned Banks BANK OF NEW ZEALAND, 0. G, TEGETMBIER, General Manager. NATIONAL BANK OP NEW ZEALAND, LIMITED, •r.jJAMBS COATES. . ,General Manager. AT THE CARNIVAL AT THE CARNIVAL AT THE CARNIVAL TO-MORROW (SATURDAY) FYFE AND CUMING’S STORES.
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