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LATE ADVERTISEMENTS. Christmas « ■•And-::...,... t ..;..;...; v ~Mew- Year.....;,.. PRIZE STORY COMPETITION. .....Five Guineas ........... ,i..Three Guineas "Will be awarded by the Proprietors of the Evening Stab to the Authors of ORIGINAL STORIES that are placed First, Second, and Third, in order of merr, by gentlemen to be hereafter appointed as judges. ..-..;• .All MS3. Intended for Competition must be in the hands of the Editor NOT LATER THAN NOVEMBER 15. No Story must contain lees than 5,25!) nor more than 10,500 words. All Sights in the Prize Compositions are reserved to the Proprietors of the Evening Stab. I' Copy" MUST. BE TYPEWRITTEN, on one side of the paper only. Dunedin, October 16,1897. ARTER AND CO. MEAN BUSINES3. CARTER AND CO. have Opened up large shipments of New Season's Goods in all departments. A great many .London job lots, that are wonderful value: also the latest Novelties. IARTER AND CO. for Sailor Hats, a splendid lot, from Is to 6s 9d; Trimmed Hats and Bonnets, the choicest in town. CARTER AND CO. for B'ouse*. —Several special job lots; new goods, at sale prices, either ia white or colors, usually-2s lid to 7s. lid—our price, Is lid to 4s lid. CARTER AND CO. for Dresses.—Navy or Black Serges from li yard; Fancy Tweeds and Summer Materials from B|d to 3s lid yard; all the Newest Shades in All-wool Cashmeres, is Hid arid 2s 9d.

GARTER AND CO. for -Fancy Drapery, Ne v Lace, New Fallings, New Fall Net, New Collars ard Cuffs, New Laos Collarettes, New Umbrellas and SuDfhadea, New Ornament', etc. Our prices, taking quality as a teat, are the lowest; PEOIAL.—One Bala of Flax for » p-ons, J nearly yard wide,, usually 7|<l.yard . —got damp in steamer and Bligbtly marked in places; will wash oleaa fi Bt. time sale" priee, to dear quloWy,4|d. Colne early. Carter's. IARTEB AND 00. for Piiats, the cheapest / in the trade, guaranteed to. wash well, 4Jd, s|d, 61J, 7|d; aU the newest patterns. ... |\HTER AND CO. FOR BARGAINS. •OR FASHIONABLE DRESSES Go to DUTHIE BROS., Ltd.

OR Hrst-class SERGES ■-•■• 1 Go to DUTHIE BROS., Ltd. OR Gocd Washing PRINTS .'Go to DOTHIE BROS., Ltd. \OR Latest Styles Wa-hing FABRICS Go to DUTHIE 8R03., Ltd. pOR Novelties in MILLINERY ' Go to DUTHIE BROS., Ltd. jIOR English and Paris BONNETS J Go to DUTHIE BROS., Ltd. i 1 Ga to DUTHIE BROS.. Ltd. OR Box Cloth OAPP.S arid JAOKETS B.' Go to DUTHIE BRns., Ltd. OR Silk MAN i LES and CAPES .' Go to DUTHIS BROS., Ltd. IOR BLOUSES (new Btyles) } Go to DUTHIE BROS., Ltd. OR UMBRELLAS and SUNSHADES ' Go Fo DUTHIE BROS., Ltd. OR HOSIERY and GLOVES 1 Go to DUTHIE BRO*., Ltd. OR VEILING, GIMPS, and LACES - ..■ .-,.., - QotoDUTBIE BROS., Ltd. OR CYCLING HOSE and SWEATERS ? Go to DUTHIE BROS., Ltd. OR CYCLINGand CRICKETING SHIRTS Go to DUTHIE BROS., Ltd TJOR Dr JIM HATS, Blacks and Browns, ' Go to DUTHIE BROS., Ltd. OR JUVENILE CLOTHING, new styles, .' Go to DUTHIE BROS.. Ltd. FO i New Stvlea in BOW-v and TIES " Go to DUTHIE BROS,, Ltd. £250 GIVEN AWAY. SEE US AT ONCE IF YOU WANT A SHARE OF IT. LORIE AND CO. OTAGO HUSSARS. PARADE on TUESDAY, at 8 p.m., GARRISON HALL. SPECIAL MEETING-Importantßupiness. ; Afterwards pr-ceed to Railwav Station to meet Representatives of New Zealand Contingent. . Undress uniform ; without arms. A. W. ROBIN, Captain, PRESENTS FOR GREAT BRITAIN. " AM NOW BOOKING ORDERS FOR - FROZEN LAMBS and SHEEP. SHEEP, 27s EaohV saoh"\ [■Delivered. LAMBS, 23s „ J WM. PATRICK.

LOST AND FOUND. OST (Friday), Gold Pin, with 4 rearls and 1 ruby. Please return to E.Aldred, George Factory, Kensington; REWARD.— Lost, Parse, containing money (Garrison Hall) by poor woman. Finder return J. Hendry, tailon George Btreet. Presbyterian Church, Eaikorai, Friday night, kindly return Mrs Stewart, Maori Hi L TOLEN or Strayed, from St. Kilda, Five _ , Ducks, One Drake; anyone giving information pf their whe eaboats will ba' rewarded, Mrs Hordern, St. Kilda. REWARD.-Lost, Blaobtan Bough- . coated Oollie Dog: white on .cheat, long hair: supposed to be about Moniington. Charles Bills., : ; OUND, beat pain remover and : wound healers in chemists, grocers, saddlers— Morris's Elecjffio Waslxand Extraot. ~ ' OST, after Saturday next, Chance in labor J Day Art Union. Drawn City. Hall, SAturday, 2 o'clock'?/

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4, Issue 10447, 18 October 1897

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 Issue 10447, 18 October 1897

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