for every girl and woman to be well and at her best is to keep her blood rich and pure. Usually Impure, "Weak blood is the cause of the wretched feeling of languor and faintness, pains across the shoulders, neuralgia, and headaches that make life miserable. Dr. Williams' Pink Pills for Pale People actually supply the good new blood the fair sex need to make them well and bright. Thousands of mothers and daughters have found a prompt and effectual cure for their ills in Dr. Williams' PINK PILLS. ~.?<?. !d b T°i l dealers. :or direct from the Dr. Williams Medicine Co. of Australasia Ltd Wellington at 3s, par box. six boxes 16s Od. post free. HISTKD'S pOXSONB V g A L E. Winter Flowers nnrt Berries reduced to 6i3, 1/, 1/0, worth 1/ to 2/11 spray. Print Underskirts, Od. Batiste Underskirts, 1/11 were 2/11. Molrette Underskirts, 2/11 were 5/11. Natural Combs., 1/11 were 2AL Higb-class Underclothing mueli Reduced. Corsets. 6d, 1/, 1/6, 1/li pair. Odd Sizes in. W.B. from 1/11 up. P.D. 2/H up. Floral Ribbons, Id, 2d, and 2*d yd. Wonderful Value in Swiss Embroideries aud Luces. Barpnlus lv Calicoes, Sheetings, Quilts, Towels. SEE WINDOWS. HISTED'S SALE "pOXSON'BY T>OAD. A REALLY SMART SUIT. ~ £2 5/, £2 10/. £2 15/, and £3 3/. MADE TO MEASURE. The Suits now procurable from GEORGE DAVIES, 46, Queen-streot, opposite Smuoton's, at the above prices, are really superb in style, fit, and finish. They equal in appearance the Suits Auckland men have been In the habit of paying the tailors who give credit five or six guineas for, and they possess one point which no other firm can supply—the famous Keep-Shape Front. The '"Keep-Shape" Front is a registered front that ensures the coat from turning back and getting out of shape. It is the latest idea from the best London and N-ew York tailoring establishments, and Mr. Davies is very fortuuate indeed iv possessing Che exclusive right to use this front In coats made in Saw Zealand. Gentlemen ivho have already had suits made at tile Ohrlstehureh establishment since the "K-eep-Shape" front was introduced have been highly pleased with the splendid coats produced. 'l>hen, special cure is given to every detail in the making of every garment, and Mr. Daviea is so satisfied that your suit will give complete satisfaction when you order it from him that he has authorised us to state that ho will give a written guarantee to refund your money should you not be entirely satisfied with the garments when you receive them. We attribute the differeuce of Ji- iv the price of Mr. Davies' suits as compared with the ordinary made-to-measure suit largely to the modern methods adopted iv the making of the garments, and, of course, also to the fact that he sells entirely for cash, giving no credit whatever, thus making uu bad debts; and, after all, It does seem absurd that one man should have to pay a higher price for his -suit just because some other fellow fails to pay for his; but that is just what happens, for somebody has to pay for those who do not pay, aud it is naturally not the tailor who gives credit; it is the man who does pay you. Mr. l>avlcs has just opened in the Auckland branch a very large shipment of the uewest autumn and winter suitings, direct from the manufacturers. They include all the latest shades and colourings In blie fashionable brown ana green worsteds so much worn now, and many ■beautiful light materials, and the standard qualities In blues a:ul blacks, which are guaranteed to retain their colou: , , being of ithe best possible dye. Your curly inspecItkm of these splendid suitings i≤ Invited iuid Indriseil. The'address is: U-KORGB DAVIES. 4G, Queen-street, Auckland, aud at ChristWUlinjrton, and EunciVa, 3J.135
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