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%«§## AN EASTER DISPLAY IB lifff fly • ~ 0F MORE THAN- USUAL INTEREST. TO|l| ill ■'< ■' SOME SPECIAL SNIPS FOR THE HOLIDAY SEASON I * \MM* ORR'S NOTED VALUES ' WJ^F : IN'NEEDED LINES. ' ' 20 . Special ' Items FOR EASTER WEEK ONLY. LADIES' LADIES' LADIES' SILK ANKLE , LADIES' HOSE. , KID GLOVES. SUEDE GLOVES. HOSE— . . (Silk Ankle). White— 7s 11 d pair. Black— 7s 6d pair. White, 3s \lifl pair. Navy, Brown, Grey, Tan, Grey, and Black/ Grey and Brown— i Black, 4s 9d jialr. o . 3s 6d pair. 8s 6d pair. 8s Hd \>*a. LADIES' LADIES' BL rACE IMITATION ERMINE . SILK GLOVES * COLOURED LISLB ; HARE FUR 4 ... ■ FUR NECKLETS— White— 4s lid pair,. HOSE. " . .;". NECKLETb. 10s 6d. Grey,' Beaver. Black—. Fawn, Grey, Black, " ;New 'Shapes. • ■ . , White— &IK. .■. . " . ' ■' 5s 6d pair. 3slld pair. 32s 6d. Few Only. LADIES' SPECIAL INDIES' : LADIES' ALL PURE BLOUSE FRONTS. tAINPROOF FINISH rALL-WOOL JASON, SILK HOSE. FAST DTE and -v.^ x In Jap. Silk—4s 6d. FIRM TULLE. V.i Black aY Whiter- tv b\ lis^d^ - " Nett and Muslin— New Shades— #N STOCKINGS. :' : ' „ . - If ' Taupe Shade— los 6d. 5s 6d. 2s and 2s 6d yard. 5$ pair. LADIES^ LADIES' .LADIES' The Mew . ■ ■ \ -. ■ ■ JAP. SILK CREPE-DE-CHINE. COLONIAL TWEED SEALETTE HATSBLOUSES— • BLOUSES. COATS— 9Os. " , ' ' Ladies — 21s. Oream and White-^« New Shades and Shape. With Fur Collars— Maids'— lßS 9d. 15s 9d. 36s 6d. 6gns. All the New Styles ' MEN'S OVERCOATS. TRAVELLING . : '■*•• ' : 111 - BORSALINO COLONIAL TWEED. RUGS. fv SUIT and TRAVEL- ....' j HATS. Special. 19s 6d LING CASES. To 10s 6d. 40s to 105s. 87s 6d. 18s 6d to 655. ; STU P V _TH ESE PRICES. Jp^ ANDREW ORR & CO., Ltd. f|| THE SPECIALTY HOUSE. Af^BURTOH. In^^^^' .

f Boys' and Youths' jjp\ WINTER BOOTS Fjf Special Cut Prices BOYS' Stout Chrome Calf Derby BOOTS 3 special screwed soles, broad "CROWN BRAND" BOYS' Box Calf DERBY BOOTS.—Stout soles; toes. All solid leather. Soles well sprigged. Sizes.7, 8, 9, 13S 6d; leather lined; waterproof tongues; broad toes—Sizes 7, 8, 9—lsS 10, 11, 12 13, 14S 9d; land 2, 17S 9d; 3, 4, 5—lBS 9d. ' • 9d; 10, 11, 12, 13—16S 9d; size I—l9s 9d; size 2, 21S; sizes a, 4, BOYS' Extra Stout Chrome Calf DERBY BOOTS. Toe and Heel Plates. s—2ls 6d. Waterproof Tongues. Broad Toes. Made to stand up to the hardest "ZEALANDIA BRAND" BOYS' Chrome DERBY BOOTS.—Stout wear. Sizes 10, 11, 12, 13—15s 9d; size 1, 17s 9d; sizes 2, 3, 4;and ' soles splendid boots for school wear. Sizes 7, 8, 9—lss 9d;10, 11, s—l9S 9d. ■ 12, 13—17S 6d; Size I—lßs 9d; Sizes 2, 3, 4, 5-^-23S 6d. BOYS' Highest Grade Chrome Calf DERBY BOOTS; unlined uppers, BOYS' BOX CALF DERBY BOOTS-Stout Soles; waterproof tonextra stout soles; toe and heel plates; broad toes. Sizes 7, 8, 9, gues; broad.toes; grand Best B«ots for winter wear—Sizes 7, 15s 3d; sizes 10, 11, 12 and 13—16s 9d; Size I—lßs 9d; sizes 2, 3, 8, 9—l6s 9d; sizes 10, 11, 12, 13— 17s 9d; size I—l9s 9d; size 4, s—2lS 6(1. 2, 21S 6d. "ZEALANDIA BRAND" BOYS' Chrome DERBYS—Unlined uppers, ZEALANDIA BRAND BOYS' Chrome BALS.—Unlined uppers, extra waterproof tongues, toe and heel plates. Sizes 7, 8, 9—l6s 9d; , stout soles, toe and heel plates; soles well sprigged. Sizes 7, 8, 9— , sizes 10, 11, 12, 13—18S 9d; Size I—l9s 9d; sizes 2, 3, 4, 5—23s Gd 15s 9d; sizes 10, 11, 12, 13—17s 6d; size I—lßs 9d; sizes 2, 3, 4, 5 O'BRIEN'S "PREMIER BRAND" BOYS' Chrome Calf Derbys.— 23s 6d. Waterproof' tongues; all seams sewn with wax thread. Soles wood YOUTHS' NAILED SHOOTERS— "Zealandia Brand"—Sizes 1, 2, 3, 4, pegged; toe and heel plates; broad toes. Size I—2lS;1 —21S; size 2, 22S 6d; s—lßs 9d. sizes 3, 4, 5—23S 6d. . ' ' \ ALL THE OTHER LINES STILL AT THE SAME CUT PRICES. NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY. HURRY UP. HURRY UP. GOUGH $ SON, THE PRICE CUTTERS. jTANCEED. STREET. (Old ZEALANDIA Boot Store), ASHBURTON.

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Page 6 Advertisements Column 3, Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIX, Issue 9585, 12 April 1919

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