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DRAPERY, CLOTHING, etc. 5 gPECIAL READING J INES AT PENDELL'S, T TD„ I KARANGAHAPE-RD. AND QUEEN-ST. We carry a Large and Well Assorted Stock of TOWELS, and we are offering the | Largest and Heaviest Turkish Towel ; obtainable, white or unbleached, for ' 1/ ,| Also at 7Jd. B|d, 10id, 1/3, 1/4J, 1/6, 1/9, 1/11, 2/U. We are offering the Best Value to be had in TABLE DAMASKS direct from the manufacturer. A Special Line in White or Cream at : !/ Other Prices, 10Jd, 1/3, 1/4J, 1/64, 1/11 2/6. 5/11. We are giving the Best Quality and Heaviest ALL-WOOL COLONIAL FLANNEL obtainable at 1/ Also at 1/3. 1/4 J. 1/64. to 1/11, White Pink, Shetland Grey, etc. We hold one of the Largest and Best Assorted' Stocks of LACE CURTAINS In the City, and we are showing a very Special Curtain, 3iyds long by 2yd wide for fi /O PER PAIR, White or Ecru. This Line Is well worth 7/11 per pair. Also, Lace Curtains, from 1/11J, 2/3, 2/fi, 2/11, 3/11, 4/11, 5/11, 10/11, to 21/ per pair. We carry a Splendid Assortment of ENGLISH AND COLONIAL BLANKETS AND RUGS. Our Special and Leading Line is a Large Double-bed Size ALLWOOL COLONIAL BLANKET at O-J / PER PAIR. This Blanket we can recommend, and for Weight, Warmth, and Wear cannot be beaten. Other prices range from 9/11, 12/11, lti/11, to 32/6. pENDELL'S, T TD., KARANGAHAPEBD. AND QUEEN-ST. _ M 234 1909. TOASTER pARGAINS. IN ORDER TO COMMENCE THE A UTUMN AND QEASON Yyrru giG gusiNEss, AND "pORD, T IMITED, "mHE (~)LD pEEUIYE,'* TZ-ARANGAHAPE "RD.. HAVING NOW OPENED UP THEIR FIRST SHIPMENT OF VBW pOODS, HAVE DECIDED TO SELL THE WHOLE CONSIGNMENT. together with their already Large Stock of QENERAL jQRAPERY, /CLOTHING, AND CHOW ROOM /~IOODS AT A VERY SLIGHT ADVANCE ON LANDED COST, and in many REGULAR STOCK LINES. BIG REDUCTIONS have been made. WE QUOTE A FEW PRICES THAT ARE WORTH YOUR ATTENTION. Long White Toilet Quilts, nearly 3vds long, only 10/9; worth 16/11 Large Size Honeycomb Quilts, 5/11 and 6/11; worth 9/6 and 10/6 Cream Lace Curtains, 3yds x 47in 3/11----worth 5/11 ' ' ' 36-inch White Calico, 8/11 Dozen; worth 4/11 2S-in Colonial Flaunel. 10»d, 1/. l/a 1/4 V«, 1/9; worth 2d to 3d" a yard more ' 70in White Table Damask, 1/6*; worth 68111 Unbleached Damask, 1/2*, 1/4J; worth Pillow Slips, full size. 9}d r.-Ur rillow Slips. Frilled. 1/7 Pair 32-inch White Flannelette, 5/6 DozenSpecial ' 2S-iuch White Flannelette, 4/6; a nice quality JJLACK AND rriAN TTOSIERY AT ALL PRICES. Women's Plain and Ribbed Black. 10* dl/ 1/2 to 1/11; good value •"*.-•/. HOI-LAND APRONS—Large Size, 1/3 1/6 1/9. 1/11. f ™ (T o h ; es . e "J? verr Ph<>a P and a re worth from 3d to 6d each more.) Q. LOVES. i lUD-1/1U 2/6, 2/11. 3/11. These are great value, the 2/6 quality especially. LADIES' PULLr LENGTH CIOATS-uS/6 • 19/11, 22/0, 23/6. 27/6, 29/6, to 59/6. . Navy, Browns and Greens, Double-breasted and Storm Collars. These are really smart goods. gUPERIOR riOSTUMES. NEW MATERIALS. New Styles, from 207 to 105/. OUR COSTUMES arc smart, good fitting, and cheap, and we ask your inspection! JJOYS' AND jyj-EN'S QLOTHING. £, r ;K>r" UR CLOTHING, HATS. AND Mllßrb arc now being sold al KEEN CUT PRICES. , pOYS' CJAILOR QUITS PROM 2/u ±J w *° EACH. WE ASK YOUR PATRONAGE. Q.REY AND T7V3RD, T IMITED, "mHE QLD pEEHIVE," J£ARANGAHAPE pOAD, -VTEWTON. INSURANCE. ■MEW nrEALAND TNSUUANCE /COMPANY, T IMITED. FIRE, MARINE, ACCIDENT, GUARANTEE, PLATE GLASS, BURGLARY, LIVE STOCK. capital £1,500,000 PAID-UP CAPITAL, RESERVE. AND RE-INSURANCE FUND jOJOk 000 CLAIMS MET WITH PROMPTITUDE AND LIBERALITY. Fire and Marine Branch: G. N. PIERCE, Manager. Accident Branch: H. A. MARRINER, Manager. SOW NOW—Tates' Reliable Seeds for Farm and Garden.—Arthur Yates and Co., Seed Merchants, Queen-au M 384 ' t

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 6 Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 79, 2 April 1909

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