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"7''_"■' ~. '.'" ~ ■ ■"■"..- P-tAPEBY, 0-.OTH-HO. Etc. .- '.■ .. /"/-. '".."'. '■'_, & " .', "V v . .'-. •';' "' -"."■■'. \ '\\'".i::\ r "i .l*^ . __\____\____w^_i^__________ußK_p i ' "l__W ■ Ik ■ -B-f £/ ■ tlf i\ # On MILMt Tj||BoAY NEXT Fiiwng d^s holding onr AUTUMN and WINTER DISPLAYof tlie. _TEW SEASON'S GOODS and "... NOVELTIES, so extend a Cordial Invitation to all Ladies to pay us a Visit of Inspection. NO ONE 1 pressed to purchase; we only ask your- attendance. - „..:,_ The Goods this Season have Surpassed All Previous Records. The Attractive and Exclusive Designs •-"'- in maiiy of the Novelty Goods are Specially Note worthy, including,'....- ,-. z. ~ .... ... ■-« --"-- *', .'*~ * In many cases a Complete Reversal of Lost Season's Fashion, Combination Costumes of Plain Coasts and Plaid Skirts being specially noticeable; also TWEEDS in ;K?y Designs, and. ..„.. Plain Cloths for Costumesand Tailoring purposes inseveral qualities in tho New -■■■£ Mole '..':. Nut Brown Laupal Green '''.■i^.\jAinßt\iyßt' i .' xi .- : ' ; ._ Estella Blue Admiral Blue Navy ,-:.,; Special Patterns in Viyella, Silk, aiid Wool, and French Flannels'for Blousings. " J SPECIAL FANCY NOVELTIES 1 The Latest D-RECTOiRE SASHES and BELTS, SALOME CHAINS, MEXICAN BELTS in . " Suede.Leather,-with natural fringe ends. '..-.... ...:_. STRAPPED GLOVES in Kid and Suede. Coloured Hosiery, in-Silk and Spun Silky" ■- Cashmere, and Lisle Thread, in all the New.Shades. «.';, . .'..'_. .; "" *"" '-*.* _„* __, ......... ;.J A Numerous Assortment of NECK FRILLINGS, so much in demand this Season, in- Lace, Net, . Chiffon, and -Tulle. •'•:'•"•' -". ' " '' -—,- .<£_ ■:_ Special HAIR ORNAMENTS, Brilliant Tiaras, ahdXlrecian Bands!.: ~"."_ ...._...' ...._:_"," . 'New Ewliionable LACES, Neckwear,Elizabethian"Colfifi. and'RuflSes, Lace Jabots, etc , ..;., '"..,.:1 ■'" ■. _'"'■'■ "•,'.. ' P* [ SHOWROOMSFEGIIjITIES a , -.■■--'-'■-■ DAINTY BLOUSES, Smart Shirr Styles, CLOAKS/ EVENING' WRAPS, MOI)EL. COSTUMES. .3- .--i i ! STYLISH COATS, EXCLUSIVE FURS, NOVELTY DIRECTOIRE UNDERSKIRTS, . J "^i DAINTY LINGEKIfii IN NEW STYLES. Z:l'Zz% ~, r Latest Millinery Models from Paris and London { JSEE OUR WINDOW PISFLAYS j MILNE & CHOYGE « fa* srfr pn_ m t_._-.-* 3 „y '■ • sd» | • _Hh_ho« ' ("MITED), /. i.p_. \ - ' I AUCKLAND

:| 6MAT DISPLAY 01 j I i¥iivter Furs] p SMITH & CAUGHEY, IjTD: .3 Li fc are displaying ia their windows an 3 \ fc . . . enormous variety of . . . _| ' £ RARE and LUXURIOUS FURS. 1 fc These embrace some Most Attrac- m '■_• fc tive Styles, carefully selected for 3 jt: the coming season from the World's -§J "--",.. fc Best Markets and Fashion Centres. "■ 3 'E: Having been purchased under the 3 fc Firm's system of Prompt Cash, t these goods will be found E* z'-, fc ~., .'.'.■ J-l&EMll^i^^«ifaßitr:~;-:. :^*_ < - : 1-'-* fc Ladies are cordially invited to make £ early inspection without being im£portuned to purchase. The follow- 3 £ ing are but a few of the many 3""/." .'£" styles shown:?— 3 p FOR SETS IN Grey, Smoked; _| - fc Black and Marten; T3'" ir Natural Racoon; Bear; American =1 .fc . Opossum; Marmot; Fitch, S_. St. 2 r FUR NECKLETS, FDR STOLES, FUR MUFFS, _1 E FUR COATS, FOR-LINEDCOATS, etc .3 :: 1 SEE WWDOW DISPLAY j I Smith I I . i.— .-. —._§£_....,..', ....-LIMITED." .„.'-, ■ ...-^- r - i.' ' § .-■■■; ■'■■ • -1..;-. HE Wholesale and Family Drapers. 3

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Page 17 Advertisements Column 4 Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 68, 20 March 1909

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