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BUSINESS NOTICE. ■ ♦ A GKRIT SUCCESS, THE BEA3O.V W..11Y. INTfiKESTING METAIIS (Received Hivolock btreot To-day) WE are informed from the best of sources, namely, "ALCORNS" itself, that The 30 Days Special Sale is proving nn immense success. The reason why is self evident, to those at least who have already attended tho Sale, but for the benefit for those who have not been able to attend as yet, we state that the secret of the great success is found in the remarkably low prices at which the reliable and up-todate stock is marked. Interesting details of the veritable Bargain Banquet which awaits your onslaught are given below, and we advise every resident of the district to take full advantage of this great opportunity. The details are well worth reading, they mean to you a saving of from 3s to 10s in the £ on your apparel requirements. ALCORNS give the following news. UNDERCLOTHING FOR MEN. Pure Woollen Underclothing, the kind that breathes of warmth, comfort, and health for mankind, this Wintry weather, We have lots of Singlets and Underpants still left for your selection. The price i are the lowest we have ever offered when quality is considered. A special line of colonial under flannels (full size) 2s lid \ Woven pure Woollen Singlets, heavy or plain and fine, at 4s 9d, and. woven pivc Woollen Underpants, also heavy ribbed ot plain and fine, at 4s, means a good saving on the usual prices. MEN'S FOOTWEAR. Men are naturally careful of buying Footwear just because it is low-priced, but ■we guarantee the Footwear we sell to give satisfaction. If this were not, our regular reliable stock, at irregular prices, we could not do so. Men's Boots that are wortl much more are now offered at 11s 6d, 12s 6d, 14s 6d, 17s 6d, and 19s 6d. GOOD TAILORING. Gentlemen who appreciite a modernly cut Suit, made by highly skillpd tailors and finished with the very best linings and trimmings, cannot do better than inspect our superb collection of serviceable suitings and allow our cutter to take their measurements. Of course we do not make greal reductions in our tailoring tariff, but we can safely promise a saving in this department, while at the same time guaranteeing perfect satisfaction. STYLISH OVERCOATS. This has been a record year with us ir Overcoats. In the beginning of the season we landed a large number of London cut Overcoats in shower proof materials. W( have sold nearly all of them at the remarkably low prices of 27s 6d, 37s 6d, and 47s 6d Tho Coats which are left will be sold al even lower prices, and if we still have youi size and you can do with a new Coat a real bargain awaits you here. We have youi size now but will not have it later. Visii us early. MEN'S TIES. MEN'S HATS AND CAPS. MEN'S HALF-HOSE. A very new and artistic assortment oi Ties awaits your inspection at this greal Sale. All the shapes are here from th< plain narrow Derby to tho modern Bunch Ties, with Stud attachments?. Some Tie; which were selling at Is io Is 6d are now marked at 6d each. Our Hats and Caps are nothing if thej are not new and up-to-date. The shapes are all that the mott exacting can demaud the assortment is superb, and the qualitj is high. The Sale Prices are low Ir Men's Sox we have come very Special Lines to offer, starting with Merinos from 5d pei pair. A, line usually sold from Is 3d to Is 6d now offered at Is per peir, is of specia! interest, being a nice fine Woollen Sox just the weight for winter wear. MEN'S SHIRTS. The Bargains in Men's Shirts include all our regular stock, comprising Wooller Shirte, Tennis Shirts, Cotton Working Shirts, and White and Coloured Shirts with Btiff fronts and cuffs. We quote one line to give an idea of what we are doing Coloured Shirts with stiff fronts and cuffs, originally 5s ,6d, price now Is lid eaoh All sizes. BOYS' CLOTHING. ALCORN'S Boys' Clothing Dapartmenl is stocked almost entirely with Boys Clothes from the famous Kaiapoi Wooller Mills. When we say this we convey tc your mind some idea of the real value oi our reductions. In short, we offer you the best Boys' Clothing procurable to fit Boys from 5 to 15 years of age, at the following Genuine Sale Prices .—ss 6d, 6s 6d, 7s 6d 9s fid, 11s 6d, 13s 6d, 15s 6d, 17s 6d t< 21s 6d. NEWS FOE WOMEN. Great Millinery Opportunities, A Dressmaking Advantage, A Greit Saving in All Departments. During this great Sale we are makins stylish Hats to your special order for 10s 6c complete, These Hats are only reduced in prices, not in quality or stylo. While the sale lnsts we are making Di-esf es to me ;sure for 12s 6d. Our Dressmaking Department iB the most satisfae tory we have had for years, and this offei makes it well worth trying. In the fen details which we have space to enumeratt below, we give some idea of the greal saving taking place in all Departments. LADIES' COATS AND WATERPROOFS CHILDREN'S COAT^. CHILDREN'S DRESSES. Our Sale price for up-to-date Coats in th« fashionable Inverness and other shapes 35: to 40*, quality ia now 19s 6d. The Coats are in dark and light shades. in Children's Fleecy Coats wehave made a special purchase, which enables us to sel Coats worth very much more at 6s lid Silld, 12s9d, 143 6d, and 16s 9d. Gooc Fleecy Tarns and Bonnets to match these Coats at 2s each. Our great offer in Children's hone] combed Dresses, in cream, turquoise, ros< nnd many colourings to fit girls from 6 t< lo years old, has made ALCORN'S SALE famous with Mothers. We still have a com pleta range of sizes left at 63 6dtolls9d RELIABLE FOOTWEAR FOR WOMES AND GIRL I. THE GLOVES AT ALOORN'S BARGAIN BASKETS. Ladies will find at ALCORNS over 10G( pairs of good, comfortable, serviceable, nnc smart Boot 3 and Shoes to select from. The Sale reductions on footwear.are particularlj noticeable, as ifc is not usual to make sucr concessions in Boots and Shoes as W9 have made this year. All our good gloves carry good oc-noeS' slons in price, while the cheaper gloves are selling from 3Jd and 4£d per pair. Bargain Baskets are found all over the Btore, full of oddments in Ribbons, Laces Embroideries, Insertions, plain and fancj Handkerchiefs, etc. These are well worth, looking through. They represent real bargains.

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 3, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6616, 8 July 1905

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 3 Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXII, Issue 6616, 8 July 1905

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