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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2, Issue 10441, 9 October 1897
PUBLIC NOTICES FOE Your Boys.—You can’t beat “Beehive ” Boots for durability and economy. Simon Brothers. ANGLO-PARISIAN SCHOOL, OF DRESS CUTTING. NEW IDEAL SYSTEM, used by Leading Dressmakers In London and Paris. Accurate, Scientific, Thorough, Practical, and EASILY LEARNT. CLASSES DAILY; also, MONDAY and WEDNESDAY EVENINGS. Miss KATE STEWART, High street (opposite D.LO.). Prospectus on Application. JNTERNA TIONAL EXHIBITION. Brisbane, New Zealand Court, July 2Uh, 1897. Messrs J. Speight and Co., Dunedin. - Dear Sirs,— 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. D.S.A. THE SPRING HAS COME, AND WITH IT THE LOVELIEST LOT OF NEW GOODS For the Season at the SUPPLY ASSOCIATION. IT PAYS TO WAIT SOMETIMES, but it won’t pay you to wait long if you want the pick of the largest and beat assortment of choice and pretty Stuffs in the street. KFORE YOU MAKE YOUR ARRANGEMENTS for buying just glance at the items below ; perhaps it will assist, you, and you will all the better make up your mind what to buy and where to buy it. UMMER .MILLINERY.—New Sailors in bewildering numbers. Girls’ smart Sailors, Bid, Plain and Banded Sailors, in twenty different shapes and double that number of plaits, from finest plain straw to coarsest Japanese, at la o£d, Is 6d, Is 2s 6d, 2s lid up to 5s lid eaoh—some with velvet bands, some with silk, some satin, and some with fancy bands. FANCY STRAW HATS.—These are so lovely this season, the colors so pretty, the combinations so perfect, and the shape so dainty, it will make you forget your troubles to have a look at them. As usual, our drawers and boxes and cases are filled to overflowing; andour window contains a small representation of the whole. Prices, B^d,' IOJd, Is, la 6d, Is ll£d up to 6s lid eaoh. Ladies’ jet fancy straw and LACE BONNETS.—We claim to do this part of the business better than most. We' can suit a lady/a taste, and style, and face with a becoming Bonnet, and our prices must suit all; the shapes, smart yet comfortable, suitable for old and young. Beautiful Bonnets from 7s 6d to 15s 6d each. ADIES’ GAPES AND MANTLES.—Our new stock of these just opened. Young Ladies’ Capes in fawns and blacks,.smart and stylish ; new shape Jackets for summer wear, chic and natty, 8s lid, 12s 6d, 15s 63, 21s; Ladies’ Lace Capes, lined shot silk, 21s eaoh; Vicuna Capes, trimmed lace and chiffon, lls 6d, 15s 6d, 21s, 25s 6i upwards ; Satin Duchesse and Siik Cases, 32a 6d, 37s 6d, 42s each. Best value in the trade. DRESS DEPARTMENT.—It is probably the daintiness of design and good taste shown in the selection of patterns and colorings, together with the • excellent value given and the fact that we have a first-class Dressmaker on the Premises, that has made this Department so popular and successful with us. AT ANY RATE OUR SELECTION THIS SEASON is simply grand. Doublewidth Eoarte Beiges, in fawns, blues, greys, etc., yard; useful Tweeds, in fawns, browns, and greys (pretty, new design?, and good weights), Is o|d yard, double width ; New-figured Lustres, all colors, Is 3d ; Covert Coatings, in rosida and electric shades, Is 6d: lovely Shot Mohairs, Is ll£d, 8s 3d, and 2s 6d ; 'French Armure Figures, in lawns, grays, goblins, browns, navys, etc., 2s 6d. 2s lid; French Silk Mixtures, 2s Od, 2a lid, 3a 63, 3s lid yard. Black serges, lustres, orepons, Etc.—Black All-wool Serges, Is 3d, Is 6id, Is Hid, 2s 6d, 2s lid, 3s 6d, 3s lid; Black Figured Lustres in a dozen different designs eaoh price, at is 6id, Is Hid, 2s 6d, 2s Hd, 2s 6d, 3s lid; Black Corduroy?. Black Armnres, Black Canvas Cloths at Is Hid; 2s 6d, 2a Hd, 3s 6d, 3s lid; Orepons at Is 9d, 2s 9d, 3s 6d, 3e Hd yard; Cream Serges, Is 6id, Is Hid, 2s 6d, 2a Hd, 3s 6d yard; Cream Silk Stripes and Figures, Is 9d, 2sj 6d, 2s lid yard (all double widths). Come and see our wonderful variety. Blouse Silks in Shots and Fancies, 2s‘ 6d, 2a Hd, 3s 6d yard. W R U T EW PRINTS AND BLOUSE MA r RIALS.—New Prints, guaranteed i colors, in 50 patterns, light and dark 3|d yard; Hoyle’s world-famed Prii light grounds, stripes, and navies, al lutely fast, 4|d and 6|d; New Cri Prints in lovely designs, 6Jd; New L pet Printed Muslins, 10|d ; New Tii Printed Prints, Silver Silks, and Kr silla Prints, the latest novelties, 1 yard—warranted fast. BW GLOVES FOR THE SUMMER White, Undressed Kid with hi points, Black do with white points, 2a pair ; Tan and Brown Suede Gloves, w black pipings and stitchings, 3s 6d pa English-made Wash-leather Gloves bicycling, Is ll|d pair; our stand 4-dome Kid Gloves, black and brow 2r 6G, 3s Hd. 5s 6d per pair (wear guar teed); White, Cream, Tan, and BI Silk and T iff eta Gloves, la per pair or IBBONS, LACES, AND EMBKOIDR In immense variety. The choicest I linery. Fancy Ribbons in the street fr 7|d to 2s 6d yard; Goffered Ohiffc Crepon Chiffons, Plain Chiffons from 1 to Is 3d yard; Valenciennes Laces, widths; the New Planen Millinery L for the fashionable Lace Bntterfli Black Chantilly Laces, all widths s prices. MBRELLAS, SUNSHADES, A] HOSIERY.—An immense Stock of liable Umbrellas, with the latest stylei handles, from Is to 12s lid eai New Shot Striped and Fancy Sunsha from 4s lid to 12s 6d each; New Ca mere Hosiery in tans and black; N Lace Lisle and Embroidered Hose, at 6d, Is ll>jd per pair; New Tan Lace J and Hose; New Black Cashmere I broidered-front Hose at Is lljd per pi |HE LARGEST, CHEAPEST, AND E SELECTED STOCK of New, Fresl Fashionable Goods ever shown by u on view. D RAPERY SUPPLY ASSOCIATE 86 and 88 George street. (With Branch at Arcade, South Dunedin. ICYO LB S. BICYCLES. A shipment of the “ FIELD ’’ Just landed. WU oe SOLD CHEAP to close consignment account. A. AND T. BURT. Ld. FOR Quiet and Comfort.—Boys’ and Girls’ Slippers from 9d, pair, Ladies’ from Ik; Simon Brothers. ODONTALGIC Extract gives Instant relief, from Toothache.; Is -bottle. Kempso'n, chemist, 99 George street. . - ST. GEORGE JAM.—Once used, always used. All Grocers.
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