■■-.- ....-J....'' JKWEIiIJBBS. '..':'.;';.' '_'■~...?. . „'''J... :" ; .'" ' ' .' Ull-Ul ' ' _»_i__«M*- ' ItUßMt** I "|.»—^J», Sstewart Dawson «Co., m^ltl,^tSU _ IKSTJBANCB. AUSTRALIAN M UTUAL [B »«r PRGTIDENT SOCIETY. HOLDS TPB WORLD'S RECORD FOR LARGEST BONUSES. ALL POLICIES ISSUED ON OR PRIOR TO 31 s * DECEMBER NEXT WILL SHARE IN THE PROFITS TO B£ DIVIDED AS AT THAT DATE. Total CASH BONUSES divided amongst the Members _j__L3 596 SGi? AMOUNT of CASH PROFITS Divided for ONE YEAR-(1907) ... 245 Equal to over 36 per cent of the Premiums received under Participating Assurance Pol- - Idea during the year. EVERY YEAR A BONUS YEAR INSURE AT ONCE AND PARTICIPATE IN THE PROFITS FOR THE CURRENT YBAR EDWARD W. LOWE, Resident Secretary. Branch Office — CUSTOMHOUSE QUA y, WELLINGTON. ' Auckland District Ofllce — QUEEN-ST. W. H. DERBY. District Secretary. ■ DRAPERY, CLOTHING, gfce. IMPORTANT TRIfLES. Life is made up of trifles. And as dressing well is part of the enjoyment of life, it follows that perfection is reached by attention to trifles. To look well dressed depends less upon expensive materials than upon a blending of , details, although good materials are of course an essential. The " Season's Trifles " at Smith and Caughey's have i reached a very high standard, and ladies desiring the newest and most fashionable j in BELTS, VEILS, and NECKWEAR j will meet an almost bewildering array. t Some of the daintiest trifles imaginable are shown at the firm's famous low prices. BELTS.— These are ultra-fashion-able, of charming variety, and the selection is calculated to please the I most fastidious. I - ■ "• i VEILS are very much in vogue just now, and with the coming of winter will be as much needed as in the dusty days of summer. We have in stock every fashionable shade and design. NECKWEAR of originality and distinction is here in the daintiest of forms and in every imaginable variet}\ It should be possible for every lady to ■ secure the article which will suit her requirements. v Necessarily, the -above is but a brief Sword in regard to a very large assortment of'" Trifles." Ladies who realise the importance of such adjuncts to a costume (and what lady does not) are invited to , visit .our Showroom and inspect the Goods themselves. Smith 8 Catighey, Ltd. . "AUCKLAND'S FASHION CENTRE," ! QUEEN ST.
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