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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3, Issue 10444, 14 October 1897
PUBLIC NOTICES. OR Your Boys.—You can't beat "Bee« .■ hive" Boots for durability and economy, Simon Brothers. D.S.A. THE SPRING HAS OdSE, AND WITH it ina y LOVELIEST LOT OF NE\V GOODS For the Season at the RAPERY SUPPLY ASSOCIATION, "T PAYS TO WAIT SOMETIMES, but it won't pay you to wait long if you want the ,pick of the largest and best assortment of choice and pretty Stuffs in the street. EFORE YOU MAKE YOUR ARRANGEMENTS for buying just glance at the items below ;. perhaps it will assist you, and you will all th« better make up your mind what to buy and where to buy it. JUMMER MILLINERY.—New Sailors in O bewildering numbers. Girla' smart Sailors. Bid, 104 d, Is Oid each; Ladies'Plain and Banded Sailors, in twenty different shapes and double that number: of plaits, from finest plain straw to coarsest
Japanese, at Is o£d, Is 6d, Is Hid, 2a 6d, 2a lid up to 5s lid each— Borne with velvet bands, some with silk, some satin, and some with fancy bands. ! ANCY 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 u*ual. our drawers and boxes and cased are filled to overflowing, and our window contains.a small representation of the whole. Prices, Bid, 10£ d, Ib, la 6d, la Hid up to 6s lid each. ADIES 5 JET FANCY STRAW AND 1 LACE BONNETS.—We claim to do this part of the business better than, most. We can Buit a lady's taste, and stylo, and face with a becoming Bonnet, and our prices must suit all; the shapes, smart yet comfortable, suitable for old and young. Beautiful, Bonnets froin 7s 6d to 15s 6d each. 4-DIKS' CAPES AMD 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 sd, 15a 6d, 21s; Ladies' Lace Capes, lined shot silk, 21s each; Vicuna Capes, trimmed lace and chiffoH, 11b 6d, 15s 6d, 21s, 25s 6d upwards ; Satin Duchesse and Silk Caneß. 32s 6d, 37s 6d, 42s each. Beßt value in the trade. Jrvr-no r»jii*AKTjmsw'i'.— 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 ua. . T ANY RATK OUR SELECTION THIS L SEASON is Bimply grand. Doublewidth Fcarte Beiges, in fawns, blues, greys, etc., B|dyard; useful Tweeds, in fawns, browns, and greys (pretty, new designs, 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 2s 3d, and 2s 6d; French A rmure Figure?, in fawns, greys, goblins, browns, navys, etc., 2s 6d. 2slid; French Silk Mixtures, 2s 9d, 2s lid, 3s 6i, 3s lid vard. '.LACK. SKRGKS, LUSTRES, OREPONS, _._ > Utc.—Black All-wool Serges, Is 3d, Is 6id, Is Hid, 2s 6d, 2s lid, 3s 6d, 3s lid ; j BJack Figured Lustres in a dbzen different I designs each price, at is 6Jd, la Hid, 2s I 6d, 2s lid, 3s 6d, 3s lid; Black Corduroyp. Black Armures. Black Canvas Cloths at Is llJjd, 2s 6rt. 2s lid, 3b 6d, 3s lid; Crepons at Is 9d, 2s 9d, 3a 6d, 3s lid yard ; Cream Serges. Is 6id, Is Hid, [i 2s 6d, 2s lid, 3s 6d yard: Cream Silk \ Stripes and Figures, la 9d, 2s 6d, 2s lid !| yard (all double widths). Come and see j our wonderful variety. Blouse Silks in \ i-hots and Fancies, 2s 6d, 2s lid, 33 6d \\ yard. rVTEW PRINTS AND BLOUSE MATE--5 RI»LS.—New Prints, guaranteed fast clors, in 50 patterns, light and dark, at 3Jd yard; Hoyle's world-famed Prints, light grounds, stripes, and navies, absolutely fast, 4id and 6|d: New Crimp Prints in lovely designs. 6|d ; New Lappet Printed Muslins, 101 d ; New Tinsel Printed Print?, Silver Silks, and Krvnsilla Prints, the latest novelties, lOfd yard—warranted fast. IVTEW GLOVES FOR THE SUMMER, AM White, Undressed Kid with blackpoints, Black do with white points, 2s 6d pair ; Tan and Brown Suede Gloves, with black pipings and stitchings, 3a 6d pair; English-made Wash-leather Gloves for bicycling. Is pair: our standard 4-dome Kid Gloves, blaok and b/owns, 2s 6d, 3b lid, 5s 6d per pair (wear guaranteed); White, Cream, Tan, and BJack Silk and Taffeta Gloves, 1b per pair only. »IBBONS. LACES, AND EMBROIDERY *j in immense variety. Tho choicest Mil--I'mery, Fanoy Ribbons in the street from 7jd to 2s 6i yard: Go/fared Chiffon*. Crepon Chiffons, Plain Chiffons from 48>1 to 1h 3d yard; V&lenolennes Laoes. all widths ; the New Planen Millinery Laoe for tho fashionable Lace Butterflies? Black Ohantilly Laoes, all widthß and prices. TTMBRKLLAS, SUNSHADES, AND %J HOSIERY.—An immense Siock of reliable Umbrellas, with the latest styles in handles, from 1b Hid to 12s lid each; New Shot Striped and Fancy Sunshades from 4s lid to 12s 6d each ; New Cashmere Hosiery in tans and black; New T.ace Liele and Embroidered Hoße, at Is 6d, 1b Hid per pair : New Tan Lac© Sox and Hose; New Black Cashmere Em-broidered-front Hose at Is Hid per pair. IHE LARGEST, CHEAPEST, AND BEST- . SELRCTRD STOCK of New, Fresh, and Fashionable Goods ever shown by us now on view. DRAPERY SUPPLY ASSOCIATION, 86 and 88 George street. (With Branch at Arcade, South Dunedin.) "DOOKBINDING IN ALL ITS BRANCHES. BOOKS, MAGAZINES, OR MUSIC Tastefully Bound in Cloth, Half Roan, Half Calf, Full Calf, or Morocco. . LAW BINDING A SPECIALTY. Account Books Manufactured to Order. Commercial Stationery of every description. Stephens's Inks, Meek's Inks, Arnold's [ LETTS'S DIARIES FOR 1898. ALEXANDER SLIGO, 42 George street, Dunedin. OU Can't Beat This/—Gents' fine Dress jl Balmorals (sewn), 8s 9d; splendid Sewn Walking Shoes, 7s 9d. Simon Brothers,
J>. H. FR A SEE, 37 PRINCES STREET (NEXT DRESDEN), ARTIST IN STAINED GLASS, LEAD-LIGHT MAKER, SIGNWRITEB ARTISTIC DECORATOK, Etc. . CHOICE STOCK OF PAPERHANGING3, VARNISHES, AND PAINTERS' REQUISITES Estimates Given for Decorating Private Houses. ■*..»• B.„H. FRASER (late of CoUinEon and Look, Oxford street, London). SOLD AT Is Bd, Is lOd, 2s, and 2s 4d. DRINK ONLY KOZIE TEA. PURE BLENDED HILL GROWN CEYLON. ASK YOUR GROCER FOR IT, AND REFUSE ALL OTHER BRANDS. WE COVER THE GLOBE. " How sweet you are and fresh."—(King John.) This applies to Delicious MARARAJAH BRAND CEYLON TEA. "I could teach sugar to slip down your throat in a million ways."—(Dekker.) i^Xw^ArV 68 la j?iaranteed unblended,, bein* imported'direct in waled'lead . 1,200,000 of the Co-operative Ceylon Tea Garden Company's Packet Teas sold last rear , - Australia By appointment Contractors to Her Majesty's Hospitals fs9s* 8557189? r Kimberley, 1892; Chicago, 1893; San Francisco, 189*vffirt, These Teas are packed in lead in Ceylon; not blended in New Zealand with inferior Teas of ■.;. • China, Fiji, or Japan. HONDAI - LANKA COMPANY, "'• DUNEDIN, - ; :.. *.' Wholesale Agents for New Zealand. Up-to-date Grocersrtook'tbi ' rivuHedTea.
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