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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2, Issue 10449, 20 October 1897
v BBLIO NOTICES d.s.a. ; SPRING HAS COMB, .-. I AND WITH ; JTaHS. " v\ss' ' ■ LOVBL JEST LOT OF_NBW GO#DS f ■■'-.:; For the Season at the V ; JjRAPFjfcY ASSOCIATION; wo it pay you to.wait long if you want thFi piek of the largest andAeßt asaort;m mt of choice and pretty Stuffs in'the , MENTS for buying just glance at the Stems/below; perhaps it will assist* you,* »od you will all the better make up your __ mind what to bay and where ta buy it. - iTJiHMER MILLTNERY.-New Sailors in 3 numbers. Girls'- smart • r Sailors. Bid, 10id, Is OAd each ; Ladies' •; and Banded Sailors, in.twenty dif- .' :ferent shapes and double that number of ■ :.plaits, from finest plain straw to coarsest •Japanese, at Is 04d, is £>d, Is Il£d, 2s 6d, '<* lid up to 5s lid each-some with '/ velvet bands, some with silk, some satin, si nd some with'fancy bands.
'IAIIOY STRAW. HATS.-These are so, ( .lovely. ;thia season, the colors so pretty, the combinations ao perfect, and the , ;shapesb daihty.it yill make you forget yonr troubles to' haya/a look at them. As usual, our drawers'find boxes and cases. ■ are filled to overflowing, and our window ' contains a. small representation of' the . whole.- Prices. Bid, 10£d,'ls, Is 6d, 1b Hid up to 6s lid each.' ADIES' JET FANOY STRAW , AND J .■ LACE • BONNETS.—We claim to do : this part of the business better tban't ; jnost. We can suit a lady's taste, and: ; style, and face with a becoming Bonnet, : .'. and our prices must suit all; (he shapes, i smart yet comfortable, suitable for. old and young. Beautiful Bonnets from, 7s' 6d to 15s 6d each. ADfES' CAPES'AND MANTLES.—Our, ■* ruew_ stock of these just opened." Young; J Ladies' Capes in fawns and, blacks, .smart. ' and Btylish ; new shape Jackets for sum-. : mer wear, chic and natty, 8s lid, 12a 6d, 15s 6d, 21s; Ladies' Lace Capes, lined? - shot silk, 21s each; Vicuna Capes,- : .trimmed lace and chiffon, lis 6d, 15s 6d, : 21s, 25s 6d upwards ; Satin Duchesse and Silk Oioes, 32s 6d, 37s 6d,' 42s eaeh.i Beat value in the trade. less of design and good taste : sliown 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. • . T ANY RATE OUR SELECTION THIS 1 . SEASON is simply grand. Doublewidth Ecarte Beiges, in fawns, blues, greys, etc., BJdyard: 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 resida. and electric shades. Is 6d: lovely Shot; Mohairs, Is Hid, 2s 3d, and 2s 6d; French. Armure Figureß, in. fawns, greys, goblins, browns, navys, etc., 2s 6d.2slid; French; Silk Mixtures, 2s 9d, 2s lid, 3s 6d, 3s lid yard. LACK SERGES, LUSTRES, OREPONS, Etc.— Black All-wool Serges, is 3d, 6£d, ls.llid, 2b 6d, 2s lid, 3s 6d, 39 lid r Black Figured Lustres in a dozen different designs each price, at is 6Jd, Is 2s 6d, 2s lid, 3s 6d, 3s lid; Black Corduroys, Black Armures. Black Canvaa Oloths at Is Hid, 2s 6*, 2s IM, 3s 6d, 3s lid; Crepons at Is 9d, 2s 9d, 3s 6d. 3a lid yard; Cream Serges, Is 6id, Is Hid, 2s 6d, 2s lid, 3s 6d yard: Cream Silk, Stripps and Figures, Is 9d, 2s 6d, 2s lid' yard (all double widths). Come and see our wonderful variety. Blouse Silks in. Shots and Fancies, 2sJ 6d, 2s lid, 3s 6d. yard. EW PRINTS AND BLOUSE MATK- .. Rl*LS.—New Prints, guaranteed fast colors, in 50 patterns, light and dark, at 3?d yard; Boyle's world-famed Prints,, light grounds. Rtripes, and navies, absolutely fast. 41d and 6id: New Crimp Prints in lovely designs 6§d ; New Lappet Printed Muslins, 10|d : New TinseL Printed Prints, Silver slilks, and sill* Prints, '*bo latest novelties, 10Jd; yard—warranted fast. ! BW CLOVES FOR THtf -SUMMER.—' .. White, Undressed Kid- with blaolc' points, Black do with white points, 2s 6d pair ; Tan and Brown Suede G'oves. with) Mack pipings and stitchings, 3s 6d pair's! English-made Waii-leather Gloves fa*' bicycling. Is pair: our standard \ 4-domo Kid Glovsf,' black'and b,x)wns l ; 2s 6d, 3s lid, 5s 6d jier pair PjweaT guaran-.i teed); White, Crewn; Tad, and Black; Silk and Taffeta Glows, Is per pair only.;. > IBBONS, LACES, AN"/) ES^ROIDERY; *) In immense variety. sThe choicest,.]Mil»l linery, Fancy RibbonstHn tbei'streot fronv 7§d to Zn 6d yard : iGofffwd Ohiffonn... CreDon Chiffons, Plain)<Chiffowj ; from 4§d' to Is 3d yard ; Valfnciernesi' Lacas, all width*; the New Planen Millinery Lace for ths fashionable 'Lane' Butterflies j Blaok Chantilly Laoe.v, all,widths and prices. l • MBRKLLAS, SUNS £TADES, AND _ HOSIERY.—An immense Stock of reliable Umbrella", with -the : late?t styles in handlea, from Is- Hid-to|l2s,lid.each;; New Shot Striped and .'Fancy'Sunshades from 4s lid to 12s 6d-each;; New Cashmere Hosiery in tanß anil black; New Lace Lido and Embroidered Hose, at' Is 6d. 1r Hid per pair : New ,Tan Lace. Sox and Hope'; New Black.• Oa»Jimere*Em- ( broidered-front Hose at'ls-llAd per pair. HE LARGEST, CHEAPEST, AND BESTSELECTED STOCK of New, Fresh, and Fashionable Goods ever:shown'by us now on view. '• - ' ' " •'- RAPERY SUPPLY ASSOCIATION, _, 86 and 88 George street. (With Branch'at Arcade, South'Dnuedin.)
EW ZEALAND ELEOTSO-PiiATING WORKS, Danedln 126 Geoboe street - Dunedln. R. LAING Makaqkb. .& single article Plated 'with Silver, Gold, or ; Nickel at Wholesale Price, and made '■'■'. equal to new. . , .' '■-.. sano Brockets, Fenders and Irons,. Chandeliers, etc.. Relacquered or Rebronzed. ICY OLE S. BIOYOLBS, A shipment of the Just landed. WU 'oa SOLD CHEAP to close consignment A. AND T. BURT, LD. CYCLING Shoes in tan and plain leather just opened; inspection invited. Simon Brothers, George street.
] : \S 'MATCHLESS cigarettes. \ PUREST VIRGINIANj TOBACCO. STRIKER ON THE BOX. TIP PERFECTLY HARMLESS, SEE MEDICAL TESTIMONIALS ENCLOSED IN c EACH BOX. FROM ALL TOBACCONISTS. H. hj;; f;s ase r, ;' 37 PRINCES STREET (NEXT DRESDEN), ■ '.ARTISTIN STAINED GLASS, LEAD-LIGHT MAKER, SIGNWRITBB -.: ' CHOICE STOCK OP PAPBRHANGINGS, TARNISHES; AND PAINTERS' REQUISITES. «. M H. ERASER (Iftte of and Look, Oxford streeVLondon)..
Page 4 Advertisements Column 2, Issue 10449, 20 October 1897
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