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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2, Issue 10469, 12 November 1897
NOTICES D.&A. OPENING OF FINAL SHIPMENTS Ex lonic and Mataura. OUR STOCK FOE THE SEASON IS NOW COMPLETE, And we are happy in the knowledge that IT IS NOT EXCELLED FOR VALUE OR ’ BEAUTY IN THE TRADE. No matter what others may claim, we ask you to LOOK AT OUR GOODS AND JUDGE FOR YOURSELVES. Latest fashions in Victorian HATS, In Greens, Royal Blues, Golds, etc. "VTEW DRESS GOODS in the latest X* mixtures and materials. Lovely designs in floorcloths, and fifty patterns to select from. LACE CURTAINS direct from Ayrshire and Nottingham. "VTEW CANVAS PRINTED CURTAIN -L v FAB KICS and Cream and White Spot . .Muslin. 'A NOTHER Lot of Coarse Plait Straw xV. SAILOR HATS from Is to 5s fid each. LADIES’ Black JET, Fancy STRAW, and LACE BONNETS to suit all. SUITABLE 04PBS and CLOAKS for old or young, and at all prices. CAPES in Vienna or Silk, Lace, or Serge, in extra large sizes, llsfid upwards.. LOVELY BLOUSES in Canvas Cloth, Muslin, and Cambric, with detached collars and cuffs. SEES OUR , LADIES’ TRIMMED HATS in Fancy Straw and Black Lace. GIRLS’ TRIMMED HVTS from Is Hid to 10s fid, in Straw or Leghorn; very pretty. Fifty pieces black figured LUSTRES at Is fiid, Is Hid, 2a fid, 2s Hd, and 3s Hd j ard. TWELVE Pieces New Stripe BLOUSE SILKS, the latest goods, at 2a 3d yard. See them. CREAM STUFFS.—Serges, Is fiid; Silk Stripes, Is 9d; Figured Lustres, Is HAd: ■ Cashmere*, la Hid. H OYLE’S FAST PRINT-', Figures, Light Grounds, Hi, 6|d. in Stripes and Navy Grounds, ■VTEW FANCY BLOUSE MUSLINS, with ’LV Metal-printed Stripes, lo|d ; fast color. HITE SWISS SPOT MUSLINS, with White Spot and Colored Spot, for . Blouses. STRIPE D RILLS, for Boys’Suits and Blouses, in 30 different hinds. CHILDREN’S SILK AND MUSLIN HATS and Bnnnets from Is Hid to 7s fid; very pretty. Black and navy serges (au wool) at Is 3d. Is fid, Is 9d, Is Hid, 2a fid, 2s Hd, 3s fid. BLACK CREPONS, With Silk stripe, lovely goods, only 3a fid yard. ’EW SHOT AND FANCY STUFFS, in endless variety, from 3a Hd to 40s dress. PLAIN ALL-WOOL CASHMERES, in Cornflower, Peacock, Cardinal, Heliotrope, Is fiid yard. OUR Celebrated " VOLGA ” KID GLOVE, 4- spring buttons, stitched back, 2s 6d pair. Blacks and Browns. UNRIVALLED Lot of UMBRELLAS, with latest handles, from Is Hid to 12a Hd. EW SHOT SUNSHADES, worth fis fidselling at 3s Hd each. N EW BORDERED GOSSAMER VEILING, in Cream, Black, Magpie, Jackdaw, and Colored Spots, yard. CREAM and WHITE SILK-BELTS, White Washing Belts, White Kid Belts, with 'new buckles to suit, Is to 2s 3d, LADIES’ CASHMERE LISLE and COTTON HOSE, in Black and Tan, embroidered and lace fronts, CHILDREN'S and Girls’ White Lisle i ■ White TAFFETA GLOVES, fid and White. Cotton Sox and 'Stockings, V ■ sizes. CHILDREN'S BROWN KID GLOVE with 4-button and 4-dome fa-tenini 2a '6di; all sizes. ALL the above. GOODS and everythin] new season’s Drapery. Only procun . at the X • n RAPERY SUPPLY ASSOCIATION, 86 and 88 George street (And Branch at Arcade, South Dunedin.) T O H N G ILLIB U FURNITURE WARBHOUI 18 George street, Dunedin, Has opened out Handsome Italian and Fre BEDSTEADS, New Designs, in Black and Gold, SUPERIOR KAPOK BEDDING, Spring and Woollen FLOCK BIATTRESSES, all sizes. Carpets, Rugs, Floorcloths, Linoleums, in ha some New Patterns. Furniture in great variety to choose from, Prices sent on application. ■ Time Payments arranged. Terms very eas JOHN GILL! ES, FUNERAL ESTABLISHMENTS, 18 George street, and 11 Great King street. Funerals conducted in Town or Country. All necessary FuneralEequisites kept in stock. - Telephone 534. MEN START AT MY STATEMENTS ABOUT BENJAMIN GUM. THOUSANDS of BOTTLES have been sold, and universal praise of its curative qualities Is the result. I could fill columns of this newspaper with testimonials, but you can save me that expense by trying a bottle, I will guarantee it to cure your cough, or 1 Will return the price. IT CANNOT FAIL I REMEMBER! BENJAMIN GUM Is an old-fashioned remedy, how for the first time scientifically prepared for the publicise. Extract from the ‘ Weekly Press ’: The Benjamin Tree is a native of Sumatra, Bornea, and Siam, and yields a balsamic resin, employed by the Islanders for all pectoral affections, with marvellous efficacy. The preparation of Spencer Vincent contains the resin In its pure state, combined with a flavoring oil, which renders it highly na la table. This remedy for Coughs and Colds is unequalled for both adults and children, and It may be absolutely-relied upon to cure chronic diseases of the chest if regularly and continuously used. Within a few weeks of its -introduction to New Zealand by Mr Vincent many wonderful cures have been effected by.its means. It must be used consistently with the directions given to prove its value. Note the Name: SPENCER TIN CENT'S ORE AT BENJAMIN ■ GUM EXTRACT. Take no olfier Remedy, hut insist on having BENJAMIN GUM. . PRICE Is fid. Obtainable from all respedtaWe Chemists and General Storekeepers, ■
Page 4 Advertisements Column 2, Issue 10469, 12 November 1897
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