AUTUMN AND WINTER FASHIONS, 1890. gROWN, EWING, AND CO. Are showing in the various Departments leading NOVELTIES for the PRESENT SEASON. Mr. Ewing has been fortunate in his t!t> t r ws. Belectionß « His thorough knowledge of the GENERAL DRAPERY IRADE, combined with his large exporience of Colonial requirements— also being a CASH BUYER— places him m the front rank of Colonial purchasers. Carefully note the following — DRESS DEPAR.TM NT. Large Checks and Snow-flake effects are very fashionable, also Fancy Bordered Materials. The large variety of Model Robes we are showing i 8 wonderful— lsoo Robes to choose from, ranging in prices from 30s „ , to 120s each. Bich Eiffel Tower Robes Stylish French Model Robes Elegant Silk Embroidered Robes „ . , _ hoice Aplique Amazon Robes, etc. Xx value in Homespuns in Checks, Stripes and Plain Cloths, MANTLE DEPARTMENT. Sealelte Plush Jackets and Mantles are much worn— quite new shapes and moderate prices. Russian Wadded Cloaks, silk lined Russian Fur-lined Cloaks. Fancy Brocade Furedged Cloaks. The latest Home Fashions Cloth Jackets and Ulsters. Splendid Assortment of Girls' Tweed Ulsters with Capes. Fur Victorlnes, Boas, Pelerines, from 8s 6d to 50s. All this Season's importations. FANCY DEPARTMENT. Novelties in Millinery Ribbons, Sash Ribbons, Neck Ribbons, Belts Fancy Shawls Plush Bags, Seal Bags, Lacee, etc. MILLIN RY DEPARTMENT. The New Styles of Hat,s and Bonnets are very handsome, and are wort h inspection, Kindly call. BLANKETS, FLANNELS, and SHIRTINGS, of Colonial manufacture, we are selling at last year's prices, notwithstrndiog the advance in wools. Samples Poet Free on application. Letter orders promptly attended to. B OW N, E W ilf G AND CO., Princes and Manse Streets, DUNKDIN.
rpEST D SEEDS. CLOVERS, ENGLISH ~GRASSE g , RYE-GRASSES COCKSFOOT, etc., Machine-Dressed TIMOTHY ' and Sundry Forage Plants. TURNIPS, SWEDES, MANGOLDS, CARROTS, And other Farm Seeds. All New and of the Most Reliable Strains. Vegetable and Flower Seeds select and trae to name. Large supply of Horticultural Requisites. IMPLEMENTS— « IRON AGE" CULTIVATOR AND HORSE HOE. The most complete implement of its kind. New " MODEL " SEED DRILL. Simple, accurate, and reliable. ••JEWEL" SINGLE AND DOUBLE WHEEL GARDEN HOES AND PLOUGHS. u^nunjN Capable of several most useful combinations. LISTS AND PRICES. HOWDEN AND MONCRIEFF, Practical Seedsmen, 51 PRINCES STREET, DUNEDIN.
FOR SALE. \ UCKLAND CATHOLIC REPOSITORY XjL Established 1875. This old established and well connected business doing a good trade, and situated in Wellesley street, one door from Queen street (a good central position), is now offered for sale as a going concern. Full particulars may be bad, on application to the Proprietor J. W. DICKSON, Wellesley St., Auckland.
NOTICE. ALL Holders of Books of Tickets in the INVERCARGILL DOMINICAN OON VENT ART-UNION are kindly reminded that the time of the Drawing is fast approaching, and hence they shorld bestir themselves to make the returns at once if jhey desire that it should take place at the prescribed date
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Page 26 Advertisements Column 1, New Zealand Tablet, Volume XVIII, Issue 16, 15 August 1890
Page 26 Advertisements Column 1 New Zealand Tablet, Volume XVIII, Issue 16, 15 August 1890
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