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"" PRAPERY. CIA>TBXHa. T>rl ■■'■-. ~~-^S Interesting Items - ,' — Foß —■- ■ •--•-. Between the Seasons AT'— "' r ' 2.72; ' " ' ' "-'-'■■ ■■ ■'■' -77} QUEEN STREET. <i> . ._- The our Firm has been one of remarkabU progress. 1909 we are striving to make a greatreca2 year; we hope to do three times the amount that was done five years ago. -- ftft-Pft: ■ .- ..- me present month— March— promises people are asking how it is that we are always busy Can you answer this question ? • you the main reason— / !-/7fey : . Lowest Price® /ft/.,.',,. A visit of inspection will convince you that there aw several other reasons. •*•-—«,_. John Court's LIMITED . ....... "".ft y - .''...-'"' "'''■' 'ft Clothing. Men's Salts show a very considerable saving, now at 4-80/, Special Price, 8/6, for Men's Pine Worsted -TTvnaeraft'/ftft -7}ft,. ft Men's N.Z. Saddle Tweed Trousers, only' 7/11 pair Bine Denim Trousers, good quality and well nmde, "but only 2/11 pair - Fancy Wasting Vests, just the thing for these hot days/ and 'only 3/8 *** Boys' .Tweed and Ribbed Scree Conway Suite, for boys a to 6 jot; only 6>« Boys' Wasting, Blonsfls, White with Navy Collar, Whiteand-Crash'"'only 1/11 . ~. .t/kftft,'Household Draper y. -■' \- l < Special Window Display of Sample >. Lace ■ tempiing prices \ ' " '- "• '■_-;- 2—ft --.'•; ' D'Oyleys, Tray Cloths, Runners, Bncnesse Seta, Tea : oleis4, etci, slightly soiled, will be sold within the next few days. >-« "ft- " A few Tapestry Table Clotbs and HaU CnsrtaiW are showin* at specisl prices ' ■" '■"•;■-• ' Towels.—We have sold hundreds of dozens lately, but,still have a quantity of the record job purchase, which we" are now offering in White and U* bleached at from 3}d. to 2/6 each. ' -*-y--', - ■■<■:.. • -.-..■..-.;. ''• Sitka. "::1'; ( ; > : : '■ ; B;M' : § The Silk Department is more than ordinarily busy this 'month.'-.'. The folios* ing are amongst the lines that have met with a good reception:—' *:.'" Taffeta "Lining Silks, a good range of colours, only 6Jd. yard; .... -.. .7. Fancy Blouse Silks, only a few left at idjd. yard . " & vyy Smart High-grade Fancy Silks, only 1/6* yard Plain European Silks, about ha"lf-price % at; 1/61 and 1/11] y»rd -.' ' r 4 Pieces 40-inch SIC; s, only 3/6 yard Abont.4o Pieces 40-lncb Cbiffon Taffeta and Paillette Silks; only-4/11 yard . . " Japanese Silks, exceptional value, White and Colours, from 6fd. yard Velveteens, unequalled value in a wide range of shades from BJd. yard-,.; ■ 7 ■ - -.-.-' ,':- ; .;.- Muslins, Zephyrs, Prints. Dark Navy Ground Cotton Voiles, choice designs, altogether too cheep »t 4}d. and 6Jd. yard '.' ' ,_...'. '."-,. A 72 Out Best Quality French Printed Voiles are selling, very fast Vat "H* and B}d. yard ... ...... Onr Best Quality French Cambrics, at the-price of an ordinary print, 6Jd. yard «-■ ■ • '<•' Reversible Zephyr Prints, a good quality, 3/11 dozen, 4Jd. yard Navy and White Prints, 3/11 and 4/11 dozen -' i 5 y Black and "White Prints, 2/11 and 3/9 dozen Striped DriUettes, only 4Jd. yard ;I> All-wool "Delaines, good designs, job price, 1/- yard Special Display of Check and Stripe Zephyrs, at very low prices) Dresses. . . -■ > "I / VsTsf4 This is the low price to clear the following 4 / og_f_\ / all unequalled value for the price. ■■/.*. "**■■* French Cashmeres, all colours; Black and Navy All-wool Serges; Coloared All-wool Nun's Veilings; All-wool Taffeta Voile, in colours, including Kavy and Brown; 48-inch Plain Tweeds, in dark colours; Black and White Shepherd Cheeks'; Grey Fancy Check Tweeds, nice autumn goods; Plain Coloured Lustres, including very special valae in Navy, Brown, and Grey; Plain and jFaaey Black Mohair, worth double, aU one price, 1/- yard. #;. i-i' Summer Lustres, 6Jd.; Striped Lustres, B}d.; Navy, Brown, and Grey Lustres, 9£d. yard. All-wool Amazon Cloths, good shades, at special prices, 1/6J, 1/liJi */• yard. ' * ■ *£j Very Special Values IN THE . . .■•■ **,:;.' y.I :C2, Showroom »: '-— —_ AND - •'' ft Fancy Departments Our ONE) Address: JOHN COURT, Ltd. Queen Street/ 1

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Page 6 Advertisements Column 6 Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 64, 16 March 1909

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