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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4, Issue 10444, 14 October 1897
, LATE ADYEBfISEMENTS. j TETMBKELLAS.—qiIV ■Wobnd' shipment juatf U opened j lovely handles, durable covers, strong frames j'3* lid to 10b v 6J. T.Viofa. XTKW. Veil fete, and Gossan* ri;, ari'endle'ss -Ll variety White, Bhjcki arid Corfiplexiim Veilings from 4W. T. Ross. S LOVES—The largest Stock' in Danedirf s : Tana pr BlapV,- 2a lid, 3i6d,; 3i lld,;4» 6d, 61 6d. White, ?i6di 2slld, 3»6d,4»6dt.. ■'■. J NEW Long'waisted Cometa, all sizes; 0.8. . -ffora 4s 6d; P.p. fr6m 5s lid; Thomson's from 3s 6dr; T. Boss. ' .-"■.' " ONTEITH. Monteith. Monteith.tt.j a. Ladieß « for fit i w ««. and appearance, :i£ko Kid Glove equals the "Monteith." Every pair guaranteed. ~ ( ; ■■■■■• \ HP l^, 1 * Teas.—We cannot make you good, JL but we can inake yon feel good. Drink TigprTeas- . ■_'.._■ _ ,-. f MBOSBlNG.—Envelopes, Note, and LeXttr* Pfliper Embossed with priva'te or business dies. Stab Factory, Crawford sfifeet.. ABOUT the- tf-st thing you' can ta'ke Is Old _Smu'ggler Whisky. TP 6u ! t of sortf try Old Smuggler Whisky. PKKSONS- who suffer from sleeplessness" should use Old Smuggler Whisky, and they would sleep well. <; Guild, N.B. Valley.-i- ---., , ■ — Admission Half Price to-night Teas.—Every Grocer in Dunedin has - Tlger Teas * so vou on 'y ueed to ask for CARNIVAL. To-morrow (Friday), great attractions at Fyfe and Cuming's Drapery and Clothing Stores. Big ancoess. LOASBY'S " Waboo," the unrivalled herbal remedy for all stomach, liver, and kidney complaints;.2s.6d. Chemists, Grocers.' see big display Shirts, Caps, Stockings in Clothing Factory's ARTHUR BRISCOE AND CO., Princes, Jetty, and Bond streets. » UILDKRS will find our Stock up to date and prices right. ROOFING Iron, best brands in the market; Cement, Drain Pipes, Slates, Plaster of Paris, Nails, Tools, etc IKON- Bar, Sheet, Plate ; Steel Bar, Sheet, Plate; Lead, Tubes, Carriage Woodware, Carriage Hardware, SILVERWARE j Furnishing - Ironmongery, Grates, Tiles, Bedsteads, lamps, Lampware, Japanese Ware. Forks, Spoons, Knives, Travelling Bagp. • COLOKS— Painters' (dry and in oil); Brushes, Putty Knives, Putty in tins, bladders, and bulk. ILS—Genuine Boiled and Raw, Colza, Castor, I übricating, all kindß; White Lead, Red Lead,' Kerosene. I NAMELLED Ware—Basins. Dishes, Tea- ' pots, Kettles, etc., the very best; cooking made a pjeasme; give a trial. HOW Room.—Show Room well worth a visit. Nice Lines for presentation and home, use—artistic, chaste, cheap. A LSO, Briscoe s Teas. GOLDEN Crest, Silver Crest, Avondalo, and Sirisanda; guaranteed pure, new, delicious. If your grocer does not fOCK our Blends-he cannot stock everybody's—ask for Sample; we will see you get it.
BARGAINS IN FURNITURE. WOOD BEDSTEADS, 10a; Bedsteads. 21s; Chests Drawer* 255; Dining Tables, 16, 6d; Duch««e Chests, with jewel drawers 55s'. fcofas, 19s 6d: Dining Room Suites, £5 15s; Drawing Room Suites. £*7 15aWoven Wire Mattress. 9a 6d ; Music Stools, 12s 6d? * These Prices are Net Cash, but easy terms can be arranged if desired A. LOR IE AND CO.
ACCOUNT Books for office, warehouse, or counter. We want to clear these lines at the Stab Factory. Crawford street. PAPER for Wrapping-up For Sale. Apply Office. Bor.d atroo* AKLKMBRE Tea, the fiaeßt quality Ceylon . Tea imported into the Colony; try it. D. O. Shepherd. .■ CIARNI VAL. —To morrow (Friday), great ' attractions at Fjfa.and Cuming's Drapery and Clothing. Stores. Bigsuooess. CARDBOARD Boxes for Drapers, Con - feotionera, Chemists, and others STAB Fantory. Crawford streot _ RINOUSs'S THEATRE, Ootober 27th and 28th. i lARTER AND 00. MEAN BUSINESS. CARTER AND CO. have Opened up large shipments of New Season's Goods r in all departments. A great inany London Job lots, that are wonderful value; also the latest Novelties. CIARTER AND CO. for Sailor Hats, ■» ' splendid lot, from Is to 6s 9d; Trimmed Hats and Bonnets, the choicest in town. BARTER AND CO. for Blouse*. Several special job lots, new goods, at sale prices, either in white or colors, usually 8s lid to 7s lid—our price, is lid to 4s 11J. GARTER AND CO. for Dresses—Navy or Black Serges from Is yard: Eancy Tweeds and Summer Materials from B|d to 3s lid yard; all the Newest Shades in All-wool Cash- ! . meres. Is Hid and 2s 9d. CARTER AND CO. for Fancy Drapery, Nov Lace, Now Frillings, New Fall Net, New Collars and Cuffs, New Lace Collarettes, New Umbrellas and Sunshades, New Ornament?, etc. Our' prices, taking quality as a test, are the lowest. SPECIAL.-One Bal« of Flax for »prons, nearly yard wide, usually 7|d yard —got damp in steamer and slightly marked in places; will wash clean first time sale price, to clear' . quickly, 4fd. Come early. Carter's. ■de. guaranteed to wash well, 41d, s|d, 6id, 7|d; all the - newest patterns. CARTER AND CO. FOR BARGAINS lJ i I .. ~...•,., DRAPERY. E HAVE A VACANCY for WELLEDUCATED YOUTH, who, if suitable, will be Taught the Trade thoroughly. ... .... 'A. LORIE AND 00,XTYDROLEINE SOAP has proved a Great JIL Success. Washes Clothes without rubbing ; no soda or soap powder required. It leaves the Clothes White as Snow. Unsurpass ~d for Cleaning Wood and Paint Work. ! TRY IT! j OTAOO AGENTS: JA9. BROWN AND CO., I Bond street, Dunedin. I HATS. OUR SPECIALTY. j TEN'S Straw and Tuscan Hats. Soft Felt • and Dr Jim Hats, Flexible. Felt Hats. ! You are Invited to Inspect new Shipment Latest Shapes ex steamer Mamari. TAYLOR'S, RATTRAY. STREET. OTAGO DOCK TRUST. -ÜBLIC NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, . >- . that the COOL STORES are now OPEN for FREEZING PURPOSES. JOHN WATSON, Secretary. DEEP. STREAM AMALGAMATED .-, HYDRAULIC SLUICING COMPANY, ■ ■-, LIMITED. i on application to. M* D. Robertson, works manager, upon the claim. W. K COOK, Secretary,
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