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The Hat House. Hundreds of dozens of men's hard and soft felt hats, caps | aaid straws, in our selection. Geo I g Fo-svlds. —(Ad.) '" "• ■""•', I

PUBLIC NOTICES. Easy terms arranccd. I SKEATES & BOCKAERT I (Limited)' 58 QUEEN STHEET Get more eggs and better bacon! "AUSTRAL" FOOD. Makes poultry and pigs profitable. Sold by all Merchants and Storekeepers and. direct from the Manufacturers' Union OiS Soap £k CsndSe Company, Ltd., Auckland. HI TH T T>/"VJ!>nVE , T?'H km-Si* §| J? . J . Jr UtivJL li/Zv O Jpl |h Iμ .'Well-known fcSJ |S gig DRY-C2jBAcKING AND KSj Esecntea on Shortest yotJce. KAEAKCSAH APE-RP. riing up 1741 and have Van collect Your Order

PBAPERY, OI,OTHIIgO. Etc. MILME & CHCYCE, LTD. § Costumes and Coats J The pronounced phase of modern fashion is the favor bestowed on Beady-to-wear Costumes and Coats. As the means employed to cultivate this idea are ao excellently applied, it is not to be wondered at that so many kciies avail themselves of the opportunity to.fmrdnase up-to-date garments. Io attempt a full description of these would be futile, so we drawyouf attention by quoting the following:— 'Iβ A large variety of Smart Venetian Cloth and Tweed Costumes from 42/-, Newest Coats for Matrons in Silk, Cloth, Velvet, and Sealette. An Immense Stock of Ladies' Long Coats in Fnced Cloths, Tweeds and Serge, the very latest styles. A Smart Glove is necessary to the well-dressed woman, if the glove is not in harmony with the remainder of the costume the effect is spoilt. We have rondo a speoial feature of this /ftot, bo are showing the newest and smartest variety yet uhqwn, English, French, and American Styles. IN ever before have we seen such a beautiful rttngo bf pretty Hosiery than are showing at the present moment. All th<3 hew colourings in Cashmere, Lisle Thread, Spun and Pure Silk ■ ' ——aaame———a n ■ nmnanm— M^—■ I ... Dress Qoods ... I One of the most striking examples of rare values is noied in our selections of Tweeds and Cloths this season. \V c draw your attention to these goods. SO Pieces SPECIAL DRESS TWEEDS, FINE DRESS CLOTHS, All Coioormgß, 2/11 yard. | n ali the newest shades, S/U, 3/11, 4/IJ, COSTUME TWEEDS, SPEOIAL COSTUME CtOTft, Magnificent R &Rge , */c yard. a beautiful quality, 5/11, 7/15, 8/11, DIEECTOIEE SATIN, the newest and latest, being exceptionally soft fe specially adaptable for all purposes, in Llectnc, Prune, Grey, Esterhaay, Reseda, Nil, Ivory, and'Blaok. SPECIAL WBNDOW DISPLAYS (LIMITED),

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Page 9 Advertisements Column 1 Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 75, 29 March 1909

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