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DRAPERY, CLOTHING, etc £j6'STUMES."'' ' -.-••■ ■'■■■ /"IOSTUMES. QOSTUMES THE PREVAILING XfASHION ■ FOR A UTU3IK AND TC7INTEE TX7EAR IS A WELL - pUT OTTLISH /COSTUME. r-J-REY AND •pOKD, TIMITED, BEING ALIVE TO THIS FACT HAVE JUST TMPORIED AND ARE NOW gHOWJNC A VERY LARGE SELECTION OF THE gMARTEST QOSTUMES i EVER IMPORTED INTO I rpRE TYOMINTOX. AND AS EACH /COSTUME Has been MARKED AT A VERT SLIGHT ADVANCE ON QOST. A READY SALE IS CONFIDENTS ANTICIPATED. Q.REX AND T7IORD, T" IMITED, ASK TOUR INSPECTION, AT •rpHE QLD TJEEHIVE, ,, NEST BUCHANAN'S, -J^EWTOX. ""•""'" M2< ■jVTODISH -X TILLINERY. EVERY PHASE OF "rp-H B V E ff' W-I-'L-L rNE RT J NOW SHOWING j AT TJENDELL'S, J TD,. KARANGAHAPE-RT). QCEEN-"ST. 'While Every Hat is an example of thi LATENT MILLINERY IMOT>E, the import ant element o£ ECO N O M V IS EQUALLY APPARENT. SMART HATS AT MODERATE PRICE! trill be the vivlcf spiling factor for Wintei •Season 1909 at RDNDELL'S, LTD. LARGE 'MERRY %MDOW STRAWS, in Brown. Black. Mole, Green, 4/11 THE.NEW GiEOR-GETTE SAILOR SHAPES, In Fine Pedal Straw, in all leading Shades 4/6 SMART STYLE'S IN TOQTTE SHAPE'S, Tine Chip and otter 'Straws.. FROM 3/11 TO 6/6 THE "DAIRY MAID." Most Bocomiag Shape. In Brown. Navy Black, Grei>n. rurple, and Mole, in Fine Chip Straws, AT B/6 SATIN -SHAPES, In all Leading Shade* AT 9/6 MOTOR CAPS, in Velveteens, Cloth, and Tweed, Newee STYLES. FROM 3/11 CHILDREN'S FELT HATS, White and Coloured. Trimmed with Cord O/11 UNTRIMMED 'FROM O/O ■ CHILDREN'S 'SlbK AND VELVET BONNETS. In Dutch Styles, Various Shades, FROM 5/g THE LARGE MERRY WIDOW HATS. in Chip Straw. Corded Silk, and Orients Satin, 'Smartly Trimmed Tα!!". and Wings, -ana Various Stales, FROM 18/6 TO 32/6 LARGE BLACK HATS, Lined 'Satin, in Newest Styles, TTimmei Feathers or Wings, FROM 18/6 BENDELL'S, X TD., -L* M2S >TEW rgEALAND JNSURANCI riOMPAXI, T IMITED. ' FIRE, MARINE, ACCIDENT, " ' GUARANTEE, PLATE GLASS. BURGLARY, LIVE STOCK. CAriTAL £l,500,00( PAID-UP CAPITAL, RESERVE. AND UE-INSURANCE FUND QQ( CLAIMS MET WITH PROMPTITUDE AXD LIBERALITY. Fire and Marine Branch: G. N. PIERCE, Manager. Accident Branch: H. A. MARRINER, Manager. SOW NOW—Yates' Reliable Seeds fo Farm and Garden.—Arthur Yates am i Co., Seed Merchants, Queen-st, " M3S-

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Page 12 Advertisements Column 4 Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 77, 31 March 1909

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