PRAI»EB.Y, CLOTHPIGj etc. qostumes. /Costumes. qostumbs. THE PREVAILING : ", TpASHION FOH AND TyiNTER T^EAR IS X yyELI/ - QVST gTYLISH _,-. /JOSTUME. ■■ ' Q.REY AND TfIORD, T IMITED, BEING ALIVE TO THIS FACT HAVE JUST "piPORTED AND ARE SOW SHOWING A VERY LARGE SELECTION OF THE SMARTEST /COSTUMES EVER IMPORTED INTO rjAHE J^OMINION. AND AS EACH , /COSTUME I Has been MARKED AT A VERY SLIGHT ADVANCE ON T ANDED /~IOST. A READY SALE IS CONFIDENTLY ANTICIPATED. Q.REY ANTJ JpbRD, jyMITED, ASK YOUR INSPECTION, AT "/pHB QLD "DEEHIVE," NEXT BUCHANAN'S, •. JJEWTON. M2O T HE M ERBIi: w IDOW IS HOLDING A DAILY TEVEE, I "DENDELL'S, T TD, Whose Increasing Millinery Trade proves conclusively they hold a high reputation for ■pRETTT XT ATS AT -jyjODERATE pRICES. The present Display fully sustains this reputation — a large assortment at both Queen-st. and Knrangahape-rd. Departments. XpASHIONS XfOR rpHE "yOUNG. PRETTY MILLINERY FOR LITTLE FOLK. A New Shipment of Latest Imported MIIMnery — Bonnets and Hats, for Infanta and Children. A Lovely Little Silk Bonnet, all over Silk Embroider} - , Lace Fronts, only 2/0 Also, with worked Embroidery, Silk Roses, and Silk Front, 2/11 Open Work Embroidered Bonnets, al\ Silk, Bebe Ribbon Ruches, 3/0 Very Handsome Bonnete, Siik Wlorked Medallions, Halt-Inch Satin Rosette finishing, only 4/6 Christening Bonnets, Silk Embroidered Revers, Plaited Satin Ribbons aud Rosettes, little geme, for 5/6, 5/11, 6/6 Special Line In Corded Silk, Trimmed with MervelUeux Ribbon, 6/G TTATS Tf*Oß ~R ABY T-4 OTS ' With All-silk Embroidered Crowns, trimmed Lace and Ribbon, 3/11 Medallion Crowned Hate, finished with Open-work Silk Frill and Merv. Ribbon, 4/11 Dainty Hat, Open-work Silk Embroidery, Crown Trimmed Soft Val. Lace Rosettes and Ribbon, only 3/11 Also, a Handsome Range of Similar Styles, at D/ll ■DENDELL'S, T TD, QUEEN-ST. AND TTARANGAHAPE-RD. M 284 gCOTCH TXOCSE. GRAND OPENING DISPLAY On SATURDAY, MARCH 20. ■ In New Premises (lately occupied by Swinburne Bros.), Corner Mt. Eden-rd and Upper sytnonds-st The Latest in Ribbons, Laces Ladles' and Gent's Underwear, Hosiery, and Geuerai Drapery. J. BOUSIE (Late R. Simpson and Son, Glasgow), General Draper and Importer. LUNCHEON AND TEA ROOMS. rnSNUINE AMERICAN ICE CREAM. *■* Original and Only Manufacturers. STEAW3ERBIBS AND CBEAIf. FRCIT SALADS. MESSENGER BROS., Tea and Fruit Luncheon Boom, -i-i.' ■'■• ... ... 91, .QUEEN-ST,
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