BING, HARRIS, AND CO.'S GREAT FIRE.
EXTENSIVE DAMAGE IN HIGH STREET. Immediately after the fire J. H. Thomas, of 32 George street, was successful in securing a huge purchase of boots and shoes at such a genuine low price as to enable him to dispose of men's chrome golosh boots, sewn, for lis 6d; usually sold for 14s 6d. A great lino of men's tan Derby shoes for 10s 6d. lien's glace kid Oxford boots, stvlish appearance, for '2s 6d; worth 17s "6d. Gents' stylish boots, glace kid, swing toe, wido welted soles, for 16s 6d; worth a guinea. Ladies' colored suede walking shoes, good soles and shapes, for 5s lid; usually 15s 6d. Various lines of glace. Derby shoes, different shapes, for 10s 6d; could get 14s 6d for them. Ladies' tan Derby boots for 9s 6d; tan shoes for 7s lid; ladies' Bostock Derby shoes, patent caps, for 9s lid—these usually sell for 15s 6cL Heaps and scores of other bargains can be secured now- at the great sale in Thomas's London Shoe Stores, 32 George street '(near Octagon), and at South Dunedin. Owing to the war boots and shoes are rising in price, therefore this is an exceptional opportunity to save money.— [Advt,]
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BING, HARRIS, AND CO.'S GREAT FIRE., Evening Star, Issue 15692, 5 January 1915
BING, HARRIS, AND CO.'S GREAT FIRE. Evening Star, Issue 15692, 5 January 1915
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