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. DRAPERY, CLOTHIMQ, etc I £JOSTUMES. /^OSTUMES. riesTDMES. THE) PREVAILING TjiASHION FOB AND TOTOTER V^EAB 1 ISA - QXn gTYLISH | 1 QOBTUSIE. ; I ' Q.REY AND p<ORD, T IMITBD, BEING ALIVE TO THIS FACT HAVE I JUST TMPORTED AND ARE NOW QJHOWINO A VERY LARGE SELECTION OF THE gMARTBST QOSTUMES - EVER IMPORTED INTO f]IHE ; ' ] ') I AND AS EACH QOSTUME , Has been MARKED AT A VERY SLIGHT ADVANCE ON ! T ANDED QOST. ; t A READY SALE IS CONFIDENTLY ANTICIPATED. Q.RET AND pORD, T IMITED, ASK YOUR INSPECTION, at ..:;;..: •7PHE QLD TJEBHIVE," NEXT BUCHANAN'S. I '• J^EWTON. M2O T HE M EREY W IDOW IS HOLDING A DAILY TEVEE, 1 AT ! TDENDELL'S, TVTD, Whose Increasing Millinery Trade proves ■ • conclusively they hold a high reputation for t pRETTY TTATS AT ATODERATB pRICES. The present Display fully sustains this reputation — a large assortment at both Queen-st. and Karangahape-rd. Departments. xpAsmoNs XfOK rnHE "ytoung. PRETTY MILLINERY FOR LITTLE 5 FOLK. A New Shipment of Latest Imported Mil- ' Ilnery — Bonnets and Hats, for In- • fants and Children. A Lovely Little Silk Bonnet, all over Silk Embroidery, Lace Fronts, only 2/9 Also, with worked Embroidery, Silk Roses, and Silk Front, 2/11 Open Work Embroidered Bonnets, all Silk, • ' Bebe Ribbon Ruches, 3/9 • Very Handsome Bonnete, Silk Wlorked i Medallions, Half-inch Satin Rosette l finishing, only 4/0 Christening Bonnets, Silk Embroidered Revere, Plaited Satin Ribbons and Ro- • settes, little gems, for 5/6, 5/11, 6/6 1 Special Line In Corded Silk, Trimmed with Merveilleux Ribbon, 6/6 I 3 ' " JJATS JIOR JJABY JJOYS, 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 5/11 TDENDELL'S, T TD., QUEEN-ST. AND TT'ARANGAHAPE-RD. 3 . M 284 INSURANCE. ' \ -VTEW JfEALAND TNSURANCE /COMPANY, X IMITED. ' FIRE, MARINE, ACCIDENT, ! GUARANTEE, PLATE GLASS, BURGLARY, LIVE STOCK. CAPITAL £1,500,000 PAID-UP CAPITAL, RESERVE. AND . RE-INSURANCB FUND JP'Y'QPL 000 CLAIMS MET WITH PROMPTITUDE AND LIBERALITY. Fire and Marine Branch: G. N. PIERCE, Manager. Accident Branch: H. A. MARRINER, Manager. ' CJOW NOW—Yates , Reliable Seeds for ►o Farm and Garden.—Arthur Yutes and Co., BMd Merchants, (Jueen-eu M 384 <

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Page 10 Advertisements Column 4, Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 75, 29 March 1909

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Page 10 Advertisements Column 4 Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 75, 29 March 1909

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