DRAPERY, CLOTHING, etc ' LAST . - .- ' Of the "DBALIBA.TION QALB JDUSHBROOK AND T>RIDUMAN'3 LOTS- OF REMNANTS, REMAINS OF LINES, AND ODDMENTS, ACCUMULATED DURING THE SALE, QLEARING JjTVERY J)AY rpHIS \YEEK, At about HALF-MARKED PRICES, ift wide Floorcloths and Linos, (damaged), 1/ yard * . . sft wide Linoleum, 3/6, reduced to 1/11 yard Sheetings, Towels, Quilts, Blankets, Table Linen And All Furnishing Goods HEAVILY REDUCED. SAMPLE UNDERWEAR For Men, Women, and Children, Clearing at Half Usual Price. Men's White Shirts, long fronts, 4/6 and 5/6, clearing at 1/11 each 3oiled and Odd Lines in Ties, Collars, Id, 2d, 3d each Boaters and All Straw Hats, clearing at Big Sacrifice. BOYS' AND MEN'S CLOTHING OF EVERY DESCRIPTION, all reduced from 25 per cent to 50 per cent BIG BARGAINS IN JACKETS, MACKS, AND RAINPROOFS BIG BARGAINS IN HOSIERY, DRESSES, AND SILKS EVERY ARTICLE IN STOCK SUBSTANTIALLY REDUCED IN PRICE. DON'T MISS THIS OPPORTUNITY. THE SALE CLOSES THIS WEEK. TDUSHBROOK A-ND TSRIDGMAN, Opposite the Town Hall Site. QUEEN-ST.. AUCKLAND. CPREMISES CLOSE 1 P.M. WEDNESDAYS, OPEN TILL 0 P.M. SATURDAYS.) M 282
1909. 1909. _ I I i AUTUMN QOSTUMES. LATEST IMPORTED FASHIONS IN LADIES' COSTUMES, NOW SHOWING AT TDENDELL'S, J TD, The Raglan Cut, In the New Blue Venetian Cloth, handsomely trimmed with Black Shk Braid and Buttons, Satin Lined, 08/ TLe Practical Coat and Skirt in Navy and Rlack Serge, trimmed Silk Collar and Strappings of Self Material, 63/ and 75/ The New Directoire Costume, in Navy and Green Venetian Cloth, effectively braided, smart Waistcoat, satin lluel, 79/ U Very Smart Brown Tweed Costume, shoit coat, braided with black silk, seven Kored skirt, Z'J/ii The Swallow — Navy Cloth, trimmed Black Silk Braid, white corded waistcoat, satin lined, S3/ Brown Cioth Ci.stume, coml-nttlng back, cut-away fn.i-t, finished bralJe.i creme cloth waistcoat auu velvet collar, 37/U Green Amazon Cloth Costume, smart tightlitting coat, strapped self material, seven goied skill, strapped se;iuio, satin lined, U5/ Green Cloth Costume, three-quarter Coat, trimmed green silk braid and green cord ornaments, sateen lined, 3l)/ii Stylish Costume In Green Venetian, long pointed fronts and short back, braided silk cord uud buttons to match, 43/0 A VERY LARGE ASSORTMENT TO CHOOSE FROM. THE LARGEST RANGE WE HAVE EVER SHOWN.
TTD., QLEENST. AND J^AHAXG AUAPE-RD. SI2S4 EDUCATIONAL. UNIVERSITY COLLEGE. Students who desire to obtain exemption from attendance at Lectures should send their applications to the Chairman of the Professorial Board on or before THURSDAY next. March istu. CIIAS. 31. NELSON, Registrar. TECHNICAL, COLLEGE. CLASSES IX DRAWING AND PAINTING I'KOM LIFE. At the request of the Art Workers of Auckland. Classes in Drawing and Painting from Life, under the direction of Mr Harry Wallace, will be hold in the Life' Koom Normal School, Wellesley-st., ou TUESDAYS and THURSDAYS, from 7 to 0.30 p.m. Fee for the Session (March to December), £'J, payable in advance. Classes commence TUESDAY NEXT, March 10th. GEOHGE GEORGE, Director. Eutlaud-st., March 11th, 1000. rvltAL AND riOBKESrOKDEXCE /CLASSES, conducted by ■jV/TAXWELL mALKEE, M.A., 8.C0m., For MATRICULATION SOLICITORS' GENERAL, KNOWLEDGE -MEDICAL PRELIMINARY JUNIOR CIVIL SERVICE SENIOR CIVIL SERVICE TEACHERS' D CERTIFI CATiK EXAMINATIONS. Address: 15, TABERNACLE BUILDINGS, Karangahape-rd. Interview Hours: Tuesday, 4-5, 7-S p.m.; Thursdays. 4-5, 7-8 p.m.; Saturdays, 7-8 p.m. STANLEY BAY COLLEGE, DEVONPORT. BOARDING AND DAY SCHOOL FOR GIRLS. Pupils prepared for Matriculation and Civil Service Examinations. Visiting teachers for all extra subjects. The School l≤ la a healthy position, close to wharf and beach. A private 'bus runs from Vicloria-rd. Flist Term, IUOD, commences TUESDAY, Feb. Oth. PRINCIPAL MISS FEND ALL. Prospectuses ou application. O .N S. W. JULIA N, OF BRUSSELS, Teacher of Voice l'ruuuutloii aud Respiration, has 1-en.oveu t.i No. ii't, Uiul Floor, i_ltv Chambers uuke lift). Voice Trlul nuL i'rosperliis fi-i-c on application. Mli'.:'.) It. A.TjOUGaLt., Teacher of Violin," IMauo, Organ, Singing, stuttering permanently cured.—27, lihyber i'ass, near Grafton-rd. i>2 i S S R E I I' has commenced Classes lor Tench ing of Practical Dietjsmaklng hi her rooms, Wcllesley-Street. intending Pupils interviewed between 0 aud 10, or 4 and 5. — lirina on application. M 427 OTAK ERAND MDI.LET— Real Good. ATEW ZEALAND . DAIRY ASSOCIA--L> TION'S, LIMITED, BUTTER VAN delivers Butter in City and Suburbs dally.
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