~'^y—7'-'-;' --"- "..-; •-' y PE-APERYV CEOTHPfG, etc. J77'. -" : .-,.'.-'.' " Form-Training For:stoijtWomen^ / J\&/mr You will be stylish If you wear / I A* B Superior Model—" the Corset __wC_\SJB I without a Rival," whicK W won I BUq k renow" popularityAroughoutj lAi I nf I ll Canada, and Is already winning special tn 1 11 favor throughout Australasia. ill if \ifWt ft No Stout'Wonian ha» ever yet reduce-h<» 111 I-1 CsSl/ii>/? r& 1 1 abdomen with comfort and'perfect safety by \\\y < »^_f_?*'/T] I 1 theme ot any other corset—ln fact, it it , \SFDRM- hIA ft 1 impossible to accomplish similar resuhs by any Mm?M|| ft J otfer method; t_er« i..ao4 U _ S tit_u' 575 Miiffl \\ /Tr therefore, _6 not be deceived. / P)™ 11 I Your Draper should carry this ityk; if not, plow I write our agent*, who will gladly «c that joti are I B immediately provided with the model bett suited to your form. _•-..*., I X ft,S.W. Murray. Ltd.. Australian Agency. Bine. Hanii & Co.. Lid.. NcwZealanAtjjfcen'cy. M ______ ____ __ I and Wefdet4 In all ages Silk has been looked upon as the pinnacle of perfection in Dress. The wonderful Fabrics of the East were possible only by tne use of Silk, and its discovery by Western Nations was an epoch-making event. In story and verse Silk has been the theme of praise, and its hold upon the people's affections cannot be shaken by,other and newer .Fabrics. Silk stands for dignity and refinement, and its general use is now possible by the moderate prices at which it can be sold. An idea of these may be gathered from the list below, and we shall be pleased to show ladies the superb goods. All are marked in plain figures at a fixed price for ready money, and wifl be found excellent value. BLACrTSILKS 20in. BLACK MERVS., l/6i, 1/11J, 2/6, 2/11, to 6/11. 20in. PAILLETTE LOUISINES AND MESSALINES, 1/11J, 2/6, 2/11. 20in. CHIFFON TAFFETAS, l/9_, 1/11.,. 2/6, 2/11, 3/6, to 4/11. BLACK BROCADES, in most up-to-date Designs, 2/11, 3/6, 3/11, 4/6, 4/11, to 6/11. 40in. CHIFFOX TAFFETAS, 5/6, 5/11, 6/6, 6/11, to S/6. 40in. MESSALINE PAILLETTES, 5/11, 6/6, 6/11, 7/6. 40in. SATIN ORIENTALS, 5/6 and 6/6. ALL MOST FASHIONABLE SILKS FOR BLOUSE AND DRESS WEAR. NINONS, in all Colours, Plain and Embroidered, 2/11 and 6/11. A Beautiful * Material for Evening Wear; almost transparent. BLOUSE AND DRESS SILK, in Coloured Stripes and Cheeks, 1/11., 2/11, 3/6. FLORAL CHENES, in most attractive Designs, S/11, 3/6, 3/11, to 6/11. JAPANESE SILK, in all Colours, 9_d, 1/0J; * - 7. „ „ 27in., 1/1 IJ; and 36in„ 2/6. WHITE JAP., 1/Oi, 1/44, 1/6, 1/11, to 4/6. ! The "UNRIVALLED" Brand, manufactured expressly for S. _> C, is well known for its good value. Soft and rich in finish, and most suitable for Blouses and Dresses, and the up-to-date Directoire Jackets, Children's Wear, etc. The "UNRIVALLED" is shown in all Leading Colours, at 1/6J, 1/11J, 2/6, 2/11. CHIFFON VELVETS, in all Colours, 2/11, 3/6, 3/11, to 6/11. kfmitiand I *€au<fAeit, sea ") '• AucKland's J asMoti f~ 1 Centre" j 1 QUEEN STREET I V : ; j I PRICE AIND QUALITY. fcl I These two important Uems nowadays are H _ the basis of business. Every article pur- JH ai watfs y oßr I chased at the "ECONOMIC" is not only U '" * "' I reasonable in price, but is also reliable and H notify S WortH I dependable, Whatever yon buy here, you Eg : —■—— r-r^-r^r —.... ■. receive satisfaction and value In the fullest fl _ . __ k me aAKD WEAR HOSIERY—AII Wool. SJ CVCr'/DOIIY l-ROWS I Just tbe kind you like, Sott and Comfort- 19 ■ able, yet Good Wearing. M the kind of goods we carry, but no- 9 PLAIN CASHMERE, 1/3, 1/6, 1/9, B body bas known such prices on B , 1/11, 2/3, 2/6. | them as will be given this season. B I Tfe also have a Cheaper Stocking at 1/, f Our Home Buyer writes that al- B wool with a little cotton mixed with it; g most all classes of goods show a de- ■ an all-wool hose at 1/ is much too rough I cided drop In price. This means j and haisb to recommend you. B mouey lv your pocket, as we buy I 1/1 or 2/1 RIBBED HOSE, 1/, 1/4, 1 from the actual manufacturers 1/8, 1/10, 2/2. 1 and sell direct to you. Calicoes, CASHMERE HOSE. Lace Ankles, 1 Sheetings, Flannelettes, Hosiery, , 1/9, 1/11, 2/6, 2/11.. H Gloves, Handkerchiefs, etc., are ! 1 EMBROIDERED FRONTS, 1/6, 1 all lower in price this season., LISM 1 tIkEA 2 d!- Lace Ankles, 1/, I Th Flannelettes i/fi i/i-i •»/« j are 36 inches wide, and, being i/u, j./-j., -/°- „ T ™ TC .c I fast colours, smooth-faced, and of LISLE A2SD SCEDE FINISH GLOVES. I reUab le quality, look just as well The Prices are Low, but the Gloves are n after they're washed as tbey do well made, and are good for a season's wear M before. The prices are: Plain or —and more. . BS Sttlped, 9W, 81d, 7jd, 6id yd; 2-DOME LISLE, All Shades, 1/, 1/6, W also, 32 Inches wide, 6ld, 51d, 4id E We FABEI ° l THE NEW COSTUME TWEEDS LONG WHITE GLOVES have been ffl a'-e both smart and »erylceable. very scarce. We have them! 1/9, Eg New Shadow-Stripe Costume 1/11 2/G nalr B Cloth 6yds for 7/11, 6yds —H IU 111 ____■____________■_! for 9/11 ' s P ecial Value, 6yds |h.j.mbm_r, I ___,_.- -____^_«_.___ I —H LAIDLAW BROS. I / "The Economic," 189,191, 193 SymondsSt. B '-^OHB(___^|________________________________________| -rrtrYT? O \ T 17—SOUTHERN CROSS AND BEST ENGLISH CORRUGATED || IJC KJXX iros (sft to 10ft Sheets. Lowest Market Prices. i Lead-edgo-Kidarlnu, O.Q. Galvanised Iron Spouting jßHanM^^ (all shau«B and sizes), Down Pipes and Eldglng, TC!^^^**"^*^M ./jSikV Sheet Zinc, Sheet and Pig Lead. Block Tin, Tin .4SM«___a«--B& ! S&SWt >v Plates, Solder and SoldorlnK Irons, Cast Iron Es-—_MKsg__B_£HE Enamelled Baths, Sinks. Jaw Boxes, Lavatory Jtm _ I Basins, and all kinds of Sanitary Ware. BK^^^^^—SHP I I I Direct Importer of all Plumbers' Trade Rtqultltet. r&&is>£i&2f&Mt Great Reductions in Corrugated Tanks—Cheaper j»i^—_M than .Second-hand. J?N-_H_____9BhK _S— Manufacturer of th* Patent MafMug Ventilator. fli|Jta______^Bß__lK 1 C__ i *' 80 the Celebrated Cupped Lead-neadel Nails. IPB^ ' __3 GEORGE MCCAUL IS __ DIRECT CASH ISfPORTEK OF THE RAW MATERLAX AND HAS JHE MOgb UP-TOiDATH' MAQHIiiKR'Y IN THE SOUTHERN HEMISPHERE, HE IS IN A POBITIC-N W MjCNWAOTURE AND SUPPIfY A SUPERIOR AKTJM-E AT BKDHOCK PRICKS. COIWTBY ORDEBB mosifabirAirwiw mx :l«?ftr GEORGE' -. ;-^SSWW_W»

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 2 Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 87, 13 April 1909

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