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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4, Issue 10469, 12 November 1897
LATE ADVERTISEMENTS. visit ' : CONTINENTAL BOOT DEPOT, pEIKOES STEEKT. ’’ LATEST FASHIONS, NEWEST STYLES, PRETTIEST DESIGNS. Come ■AND SEE. COUNTRY I or Strong Wear OUR OWN FRIENDS I MAKE is not Excelled for *1 Durability or Economy. OONTINENTAL BOOT DEPOT, PeincES STBEET (opposite Post Office). PBIGHT’S celebrated Ales, In Bottled quarts : kJ -and pints, at all grocers.' TIGER Teas.—Every Grocer in Dunedin has •Tiger Teas; so you only need to ask for them. MAOARTHUB, Ophthalmic Optician, 5 High street. Spectacles made and repaired ; eyesight tested free; moat reasonable charges. .]f/f AGAKTHUR, Practical Watchmaker, JL-V-A. High street. Troublesome' Watches accurately Repaired; correct time • keeping assured. Close Saturdays 1 o'clock. Very Extensive Variety of NEW SEASON’S GOODS Now Opened. Tan Goods, White Goods, Glace and Glove. Kids for walking or K AN GARETTB BOOTS AND SHOES A'RB Specially Suited for Tender Feet, being xjL soft, pliable, neat, and not expensive. TTVO Not be Misled by Imitations; see that JL/ every pair is branded ** Kangarette.” WE Sell the Genuine Article; wear guaranteed. Kangarette Boot Depot, 44 Princes street (next Braithwaite’s).
£1,500 TWEEDS BOUGHT FOR 9/ IN THE £. GARMENTS TO MEASURE—MEN’S TROUSERS, MEN’S SUITS, 11/6. 34/6. STOCK SIZES—BOYS’ SUITS, MEN’S SUITS, 12/. “ 27/6. We Guarantee these to be Worth DOUBLE the Money. LADIES’ MACINTOSHES (To Measure), 25/. No other Film in the Colony can Supply at these Prices. A. LoR I E AND- CO,
LOASBY’S “ Wahoo,” the unrivalled herbal remedy for all stomach, liver, and kidney complaints; 2s 6d. Chemists, Grocers. HAS LEMERE Tea, the finest quality Ceylon Tea imported into the Colony; try it. D. O. Shepherd. HOLIDAY BARGAINS,—Carter anti Co. offer their Entire Stock at Bargain ■ • Prices during this month. HOLIDAY BARGAINS.—Carter and Co. have just landed a magnifioeent lot of Novelties in all departments, tpr - Mataura. All at the lowest posaible prices. OLIDAY BARGAINS.-Try Carter and Co. for New Sailor Hats from Is to 5s lid; New Bond Street Straws from Is to 5s lid. OLIDAY BARGAINS.—Try Carter and Co. for Umbrellas; 50 boxes just landed from actual makers ; Is 6d, i rise Is to 17s 6d. HOLIDAY BARGAINS.—Try Carter and ' Co. for New Kid Gloves, Is lid to „ . 5s lid ; New White or Fawn Un- " T ' dressed Kid, 2s 6d pair; Fabric Gloves from fid to 2s lid, including the new fancy backs. Holiday bargains.—a grand lot of New Blouse Flints, 4|d, s|d, 6|d, 7|d yard ; Dress Materials in great , . ■ variety, cheap. HOLIDAY BARGAINS.—A wondcrtul nice lot of New Veiling from 4|d to Is fid ; New Collars and Cuffs, New Handkerchiefs, New Lace Collarettes, and other fancy lines, cheap LADIES.— Carter and Co, never had a nicer stock than. now. Their Goods are all New, Fresh, and Fashionable, and their Prides are the Lowest in Dunedin, taking quality as a test, I : Call and see for yourselves. i - WANTED, FOR CLIENT, HOUSE (4 or 5 Booms) for term ; on hill or north end preferred. Would not object I todaking up house with mortgage, with view to I Purchasing. t | M'LBOD, GUNN.JIND CO.. Temple Chambers, Dunedin. ! D.S.A. SPECIAL SHOW of TRIMMED MILLINERY TO-MORROW. Girls’ Trimmed Hats from Is lljd to 7s lid ; Ladies’ Trimmed Hats from 3s lid to 19s lid—all the nicest and newest goods. ; _ Sailor Hats at every price from B.)d to fis fid, including Coarse Plait from 2s lid each. New Dross Stuffs in black and fancy; the largest choice and best value in the street. Ladies are respectfully invited to compare. Black Figured Lustres and All-wool Serges at Is 3d and la fid. NEW SUNSHADES and UMBRELLAS. NEW VEILINGS and COLLARS and CUFFS. Our Celebrated 2s fid 4-dome BROWN KID GLOVES are now opened. - DRAPERY SUPPLY ASSOCIATION, George street. BRANCH: SOUTH DUNEDIN.
FURNITURE ! A BIG LOT OF NEW AND SECOND-HAND. PRICES LOW. TERMS VERY EASY, OR A BIG DISCOUNT FOR OA H. UNEDIN FURNISHING COMPANY, LATE LiRNER’S, BEHIND BANK OF NEW ZEALAND. W. CARR, Manager.
■ TO CARPENTERS. TENDERS until MONDAY, 15th, 5 p.m., Taking Down, Removing, and Re-ereoting House of 6 Rooms. Pd rticulara Morgan’s Warm Salt 'Water Swimming Baths, Frederick street. OTAGO HARBOR BOARD NOTICE. TENDERS will be received until THURSDAY, the 25th inst., at 2 o’clock, for the ERECTION of STORAGE SHED at Rattray street Wharf. Plan and specification to be seen at the Board’s Office* where tenders are to be lodged. Each tender to be accompanied by a marked cheque equal to 2i per cent, of the tender. The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted. WILLIAM MIRAMS, Acting-Secretary. DUNEDIN AND KAIKORAI TRAM COMPANY, Ltd. NEW TRAM LINE TO KAIKORAI VALLEY. TENDERS required for CLEARING BUSH, REMOVAL and RE-ERECTION of FENCES, etc. Specification to be seen at the Engineer’s Office, where Tenders are to be lodged at 2 p.m. on FRIDAY, 19th instant. EDWARD ROBERTS, Engineer to the Company. OTAGO EDUCATION BOARD. TENDERS will be received up till MONDAY, 15th November, for the following WORKS:— Green Island—Erection of Teacher’s Resw dence. . Oamartr North—Alterations and Additions to School. Sutton—School Buildings. Kaikorai—Fencing. Plans and Specifications for work may, be seen at the County Council Office, Oamaru: for the Sutton .work at the School Middlemarch; And for, all'the works at this office. . P. G. PRYDE, Secretary Education Office,' Dunedin, 4th November, 1597.
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