WINTER DRAPERY AND CLOTHING. JJERBEUT, JJAYNES, AND (JO.'S.; .NEW GOODS FOR THE SEASON. Six Packages by the "Lochiel." Seventy-nine Packages by the "England." Five Cases by the Panama Mail. : khL rURCHA%BD IN THE BEST MARKETS, AND fcERSONILLY SELECTED BY MR. hAYNES. MJ&RBERT, HAYNES, AND CO., in calling attention to their NEW GOODS for tk«t present Season, have no hesitation in stating that, for Variflfy, Style, and Value for Men-f, their Stock far excels anythino that has hitherto been offered in Dunedin, and they r«»^ectfully request an early visit of inspection. WINCEYS. Millinery Bonneti * eal Silk Warp Winceys Trimmc d B ats J mit at lon do. Velvet Turbans Vme Twill Winceys Straw Hafs and Turbans Heavy Twill Winceyi Bonnets and Hats trimmed to order Telvet Pile W ; nceys A new a «d large stock of LudW UnderS«ony Finish Winceys clothing *► (per Aberdeen Wincey* Heavy Aberdeen Winceyi FURNISHINGS. Ftney Dresses . -Rich Brussels Carpets A U Wool Plain Sergei Tapestry Carpets Mottled Wool Serges Felt Carpets and Squarti Cheap Union Sergei Scotch Carpets Rich Repp Dresses Union Carpets | Fans? Poplinettes, and every other descrip- Cocoa Matting \ tion of Dresses, from 10s. 6d. to 45a. China Matting ! the Dress. Hemp Matting ; Hearth Bugs ! SHAWLS AND JACKETS. Door Mats 3TtW Paisley Shawls 5,° ww ° o1 Border* (fueeneland Wool Shawli iloor Cloth, from 2ft. f in. U lift. wi_«. Ksrlin Wool Shawls Ail-Woel Damasks Mantles . Pskinade Damaski l*.*e Ladies' and Children's Jackets are rery Union Damasks •pecial, both for style and price. Muslin Curtains. Thes whole of the Black and Colored Silks are marked at very 10-w prices <O^OALIOOS, FLANNELS, BLANKETS, SHEETINGS and COTTCN GOODS of all kinds, the beat and cheapest in town. CLOTHING DEPARTMENT. Mob's Suiti Youths' Suiti Boys' Suiti l£en'i Coati Youths' Coats Boys' Coats H en ! 8 I ests Youfhs* Vests Boys' Vests Man s Trousers Youths' Trouien Boys' Trouseri liwemess Capei Inverness Capes Inverness Capei .MToleskm Trouseri Moleskin Trousers Moleskin Trouseri OiMJton Cord Trouseri Cotton Cord Trouseri Cotton Cord Trouseri Oimean and White Shirts, Men's Drawers and Under Shirts, Men'i and Boys' Hats and Caps, and every other kind of Goods in the Outfitting Trade, all first-class value. <^" NOTE THE ADDRESS— HERBERT, HAYNES, AND CO., NEAR THE OCTAGON, _P__^l__TO_3S STREET X)TJj_T_s__Dlj_T. ■^ai—i— _—_—_»_—_—_—_— _—_^__. Til BOBINSON & CO., WHEELER'S Walker and Hope. 9 treet. ADVERTISING AGENCY, DUNEDIN, Telegraph Chambers, And ' STAFFORD STREET, Hf, Elizabeth-street, Melbourne, Victoria, DUNEDIN. Manufacturers and Importers of Tl T W "vTv V T T? x> AGRICULTURAL MACHINERY, K. ' have on saxe — Collector, Advertising and General Kinsome's and Sim's patent combined Commission Agent. Al double blaafc steam Thrashing, Agent for Duns tan Times, Hokitika Leader, Kiddling, Straw-shaking, and final Hawke's Bay Herald, Lyttleton Time*, Nelson Dressing Machines Mail, Southland Times. Tuapeka Times, Portable Steam Engines, of various make Timaru Herald, Taranaki Herald, Panama and power Star and Herald, Waikouaiti Herald, Wakatip Thrashing Machines, for 1, 2, 3, and 4 MaiI ' Weßt Coast Times » and Wairarapa horsepower Mercury. Winnowing Machines, Barley Hummeller Note the a^ress— Wheeler's Advertising Chaffcutters, for hand, horse, or .team Ag6 " Cy ' J^J^Chambers, above "Evenpower, with riddle attached »ng Star » Office, Stafford-street, Dunedin. Oat Bruisers, Malt Mills, for hand, horse, BY" APPOINTMENT TO or steam power .Seed Drills, Harrows, Land Boilers, '&l£fißs& Scarifiers, Horse Hoes, Hay Forks, Knives, HI S EXCELLENCY THE GOVERNOR Scythes, Snaths AND VOLUNTEERS. Churns, Cheese Presses, and Curd Mills Vulcanised Belting T? BEISSEL, Ladies' and Gentlemen's Hair-tte-ping and Mowing Machines, side de- * • &9& 9S ** V md P erf umer .livery, back delivery, and tip platform Battroy-street, Dunedin. delivery __ Turn Best Plough ' W&m ' C ° ld> and Shower B:lths dw_ji "_dy. Tn » n , i.i-1* ii- — — - ■■ Cold Baths, Is. . B. & Co. 8 patent self-regulating Wind [ Engines, for pumping, &o. YORKHOTEL Horse .Drag .and Hand Hay Rakea G-OBG.-smEEX, * Ploughs, -with improved steel mould- T»n-«»Kr. boards, by the undermentioned dunedin. ss?_s=_s bSLK at WIIAB ' iD r irr *-*■ tor Sim's, Hornby's, and Howard's JX the generoUßg eneroUB support he has experienced Single-trees, for 2 and 3 horses abreast BinCe conductin g the above-named Hotel, begs Plough Chains, &c, &c. to assure those who have patronised h,im, and Orders for ReapeT/ie solicited early. f ° puWiC in gene/a1 ' that W " « reatest — , desire will be to secure the first-rate article SA S . D E __ AUS ,"* *^ c market, so as to ensure their future Who_esa_e and Retail favors. MANUFACTURES AND IMPORTER N.8.-Good accommodation for horses. O_? PHOTOGRAPHIC GOODS, « 7 and 8, Meet-street, "DANNATYNE'S SUSSEX HOTEL, DUNEDIN. ** GEORGE RTREET, DUNEDIN ' -*** — — (Opposite tip Royal George Stables). ROGERS' fUTY BUFFET HOTJSL Qo^ Accommodation fer Traveller,. Am) BESTAUBANT, D * BANNATYKE - " - - Proprietor _^ _ (Late of Union Hotel, Wetherstones). PEIKCEg StEEET, DUKEDEff. ■ fcess and Draft Boards, and files of all the T ML L I AN » principal Home and Colonial papers. " • < *- =—= CIVIL AND MILITARY TAILOR, -^ILLIAM GILCHRIST, AND HOSIER, IjfPOETBE OF NEXT EdINBUEOH BaKBET, (MOWS, SHEET, & PLATE GLASS, Qwßw&naxxs, I^perhangings of ev«ry description, Pune^in. Oils and Colors, __ Ac. K .8.-Oountiy a^Jemen can hi>v« pat-JCB.-Ctountryorderßpunctaalljattftadjdto, term and direction! for ielf mefti.ar«m«n.l GeorfMti_et,D»Redin, lotwvto •» ypifaUm,
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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1, Tuapeka Times, Volume I, Issue 18, 13 June 1868, Supplement
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