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LATE ADVERTISEMENTS. LAST WEEK BRAITHWAITE'S ANNUAL SALE (tfndtr the Horseshoe). ' EVERYTHING AT SALE PRICE?.New Books, New Bibles, New Stationery,' Fancy Goods, China and Glassware, At Sale Priceß. £I,OOO WORTH MORE STOCK MUST GO! v'E DON'T Propose to insult your intelligence by claiming that WE SELL BOOTS 50 Pfcß. CENT. Cheaper than anyone else in the trade. We do state, OVER OUR OWN SIGNATURE, that (quality considered) we offer you the BEST VALUE money can buy. Every pair of BOOTS and SHOES in our immense stock IS AS REPRESENTED, and are such as we have N<) HESITATION in offering to OUR BEST Customers. SEE AND BELIEVE. CITY BOOT PALACE, .! Geobcie and St. Andbew street?.

TIRED AND LOW-SPIRITED. R R. MACANSH, of : Murrumborrab, N.S.W., writes:—".For two years I suffered intense pain in the chest after eating, and bicknes3 after meals was a common occurrenoe with me. I was induced to try LOASBY'S ■nrlTTrin mJ „ni» ir/ni rn.tr. «AA .„., *,„™„ i„ er dyspeptics who have titen completely cured by your wonderful remedy." LOASBY'3 WAHOO, price 2s 6i everywhere. Wholesa'e, K.P. and Co.'s N.Z. Drug Co. AT Mrs Gill's. —Grand range of New Blouses, 2s lid to JOs 6d; finest selection of Corsets in City. MILi INERy. Millinery, Millinery.—Value incomparable, styles unequalled; nothing approaching the variety in City. Mrs Gill's. NEW Cycling Gloves, Is 6d (perforated .palms); grand stock of Kid Gloves. 2s lid to 6s 6d. Mrs Gill's. LAST Days of Macedo'sClosing Sale.—Great Bargains In Books; Musio, Pictures, Albums. 202 Prince 3 street. OASBY'S "Wahoo," the unrivalled herbal ■_J remedy for all stomach, liver, and kidney complaints; 2s 6d;, Chemists, Grocers". TIGER Teas.—We cannot make yon good, but we can make you feel good. Drink TiavTeaß ' *' ■"'"- ■ : " IENDKRS CJoseon Wednesday;. 20th fnst.,- . for Painting, etc., at Cameron's Shop,, Port Chalmers. d&X", To Lend; Bills diflconnted lowest rates." Bryant; Dowling street. EAR' the Palladino Glove; warranted '. Frenoh Kid and Perfect Fitting. CARNIVAL at Fyfe and Cuming's Great , Drapery, and Clothing 'Stores; more extraordinary " bargains; Trimmings", Dresses, Silks: .._■ .:■:. -■'■'-.:>.. ':- IGER Teas ore-the only Teas we know to make man happy anito keej him so. ".

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2, Issue 10447, 18 October 1897

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 Issue 10447, 18 October 1897

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