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DRAFEHY, CLOTHING, etc. ,_ , __ Autumn Attractions. _ Beautiful Blouses AND FOLLOWING DAYS. Exclusive DreSS We commence our Great Autumn B Fabrics in all Departments, and we can H promise the Ladies of Auckland District the pleasure of looking over the best and most up-to-date selec- . tion of Goods we have ever displayed. In fact, we are just as enthusiastic FdSlllOiVS over i<; as our customers -will be. We are of opinion that never before FanCICS tw there been grouped together in New Zealand such a variety; of 111 charming goods. _~j . ; i, J ^_lJ. .^^t,.. trVery The Dress Fabrics are in the most jy fashionable shades and textures; the I/Apartment Millinery is of the latesi Parisian and _ g. West End Modes; the Lingerie is of 01 VUr the daintiest; the Furs of the finest; g% and the array of Children's Wear of B Ulvdl the most bewitching delightfulness. |J iilßpOnilfil Add to this brief mention, the H fact that throughout every Depart- |j c ment there is the latest and best, 1 and it will be realised that our dis- |yj play TO-DAY ia one that no M Modish Millinery lady should miss - I .. Dainty Lingerie 1 Charming Laces everyone is oordiallt i INVITED 1O BE PBESENT. g Smith 8 Caughey, Ltd. I "AUCKLAND'S FASHION CENTRE," 1 QUEEN ST. I pwm^mna—m iiii—niiniii Kmummmmawmamßmmmmaam^ —l t ' BEAUTIFUL KAT3. At practical prices. The distinctive featiire that has made this branch of our Th<» "Frrrvrvmr , " business so extraordinarily successful T-. is veiy clearly shown. It can be detunin Kid and Fabric Gloves scribed in six words: "Beanty that are ready for your lnspec- doesn't cost too much." No hats are tlon They represent the mol '° beautiful than ours — none can iion. Lucy represent the , prf and nemo of fe'!ove-making, In England call produce; but we do not fashion aa well as in quality nsl; for extravagant prices, and durability. We cannot lilr ° K ?™ FRENCH MODELS, 25/6, find any other makes which TRIMMED HATS, give a a great satisfaction as 12/9, 15/9, 10/ li these mentioned below. \ UNTHIMMED SHAPES, Very Smart, fjj jgj 3/0, 3/11, 4/11 rl LAIDLAW BROS., I N f&r "Economic," 139, 191, 193, Symonds 8t for H.J. FARMER. H«N»OEB. LadleS. ■ Many New Styles will find favour 9 this season. Ton will find in our NeckM wear Department, amongst others— FffWNB'S KID GLOVES W THE NEW GIBSON COLLAK, 60 (Black or Self-stltched ■ much ia evidence, 1/, 1/6 backsl 2/11 BS REAL HAND-MADE MALTESE DENT'S WASHABLE KID, W PURITANS. 1/. 1/G all colours, 3/6, 3/11 B NOBBY LITTLE TAILORED' BOWS, PASTELLE and other New H of Satin and Lace, 1/ Shades iv Elbow Length 0 THE STXLISH CHEMISETTE, Of Lisles. 2/G ff White or Ecru Lace, 1/11, 2/11 FOWNE'S Lisle and Suede H SILK MALTESE LACE SCARVES, in Finish, all colours. 1/, 1/0. gg - various widths, 2/11, 3/11 We commend these most H Included in the above "Novelty Parhearttly to every lady who fig eel," which our Home Buyer has just wants style and goodness D sent out, are some of the Newest and combined H Smartest Tinsel Belts and Girdles, 1/, k ffl VQ, 1/H. 2/6. HOUSE FURNISHINGS. For HiiTnitiirft HI **'i*3 : M Has. HaJs. w« For a short period we are determined to reduce oar hear? shipments, jnst to hand, of MODKBN t*ud ARTISTIC FOkNISHINGS and FCRNITURE. It wiU pay yon dnrrng the next foft days either to call or write for CATALOGUE. W? o&a offer you EXCEPTIONAL VALUE iv HAKTBSOMBf EASY CHAIRS COUCHES SUITES SIDEBOARDS BEDSTEADS LINOLEUMS, etc. L-AJVIB Sc SMITH KARANGAHAPE FSOA.ID. m/~fcT» a 4TT7I —SOUTHERN CROSS AND BEST ENGLISH CORRUGATED X 1 KJH &l\Ju£y. IKON (sft to 10ft Sheets). Lowest Market Prlcee. Lcad-sdSB Ridging, 0.0. Galvanised Iron Spouting #lall shapes and slzee). Down Pipes and Ridging, fgL*™* ™"**" Sheet Zino, Shoot and Pit; Block Tin, Tin ,<Fwill lli|iin iiillipn* . Plates, Solder and Soldering Irons, Cast Iron Knamelled Baths. Sinkfl. Jaw Boxos, Lavatory »\«-~Z____ZS| ' Basins, and all kinde o£ Sanitary Ware. SiS!^^" 1 " ' Direct Importer of all Plumbers' Trade Requisites. gfjyJWlßßßjjgj | Sreat Reductions in Oorrusated Tanks—Cheaper i Manufacturer of the Patent Mafeklng Ventilator. ... at^ AS GEORGE McCAUL IS A DIRECT CASH IMPORTER OF THE RAW MATERIAL AND HAB THE MOST UP-TO-DATE MACHIJTeRY IN THE SOUTHERN H£MIBPHEBE, Hiq 13 IN A POSITION TO MANUFACTURE AND SUPPLY A SUPERIOR ARTICLE AT BEDROCK PRICES. COUNTRY ORDERS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. , . Telephone f*Fffsf&tfH& W?LLESLEY STREET EASTNo. 364. La E\j?£!?*£!!£. mywAWtai (Opposite Lib WF J.

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 3, Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 76, 30 March 1909

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