AS WE ARE FIXED TO GO TO SAN FBAN- "■ CISCO BY THE MAIL STEAMEB LEAVING AUCKLAND IN JUNE, WE MUST SELL OUB STOCK BIGHT AWAY, AND LET THE PREMISES. To enable this to be done quickly, we shall Offer the Stock at such LOW PBIOES as will Command that Bapid Clearance which must be made ; and under the circumstances we are prepared to submit to DREADFUL REDUCTIONS, in order to get away by the steamer. LONABGAN AND LONABQAN, 203 All© 205 CAfiHEL STREET WEST (Opposite « Pmsb " Office), OHRISTGHUBOH. The STOCK is all RE-MARKED with a view to SPEEDY CLEARANCES, and the SHOP OPENS at 10 EACH DAY. PLEASE SHOP EABLY. An Extra Staff of Assistuita will be engaged. All Particulars respecting the letting of the Premises can bo obtained at the above Address. LONABGAN AND LONABGAN. jyjOLLISON, MILLS AND OO[, LADIES' FABHIONABLE DBEBSMAKING. Beturn of MISS FIBGUS from Melbourne with th« latest Styles. Dressmaking 1 . Ladies . favouring the George Street Drapery Ware* house with their Dressmaking Orders may depend Dressmaking witn confidence upon the Fashionable Style, Tasteful 5 Finish, and Perfect Fit of their Dresses, at Lowest Dressmaking Poßßibl e Prices. Dresamakine Economy in the Utilising and Saving of Material 6 is a feature of Mollieon, Mills and Co.'s Dressmaking Dressmaking ' De P artmei *t which Ladies should note. Dressmaking « °"? r Patronß are sure to °c Phased with our New B Stock of Dress Materials ; also with th« Superior Dressmaking ualit 7 and moderate prices charged. Dressmakine *_ Fift y Patternß Colonial Dress Tweeds to select B J from, at from Is 9£d to 2s lOd per yard. MOLLISON, MILLS AND CO., George Street, Duoedin.
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Page 20 Advertisements Column 2, New Zealand Tablet, Volume XVI, Issue 7, 8 June 1888
Page 20 Advertisements Column 2 New Zealand Tablet, Volume XVI, Issue 7, 8 June 1888
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