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DRAPERY, CLOTHING, oto. TCTXPOSITION; .OF'ALL RECENT STYLES^ -. ~; .....'-la , . i. ■•■.-. ". JJEADY^'. J/fADE QQSTUMES, ' '.' . ■' " '■ ' " In biir ' ' it%': ■ ■"•■: ' ■ NEW COSTUME HALL. '.[.. The- Most- Up-to-date Show Room in; •N.Z.! TJENDELL'S, T TD» KARANGAHAPE-RD. AND QUEEN-ST. One - view, will," confirm our statement about the smartness of these Modern Ready-to-wear Coat and Skirts, in qualities to suit all purses. Venetian Cloth Costumes, in' Navy, Brown, and Green, three-quarter Coats, trimmed Black Silk Braid, 39/6, 49/6. Navy and Green , Cloth , Costumes, Satin Finish, Short Hip Jacket, strapped self material, 3T./6; Fancy. Tweed Costume: 'short hip jacket, collar faced Green Clotli, 37/6 Newmarket Costumes in Fancy StripeS . Cloth, Red, Green, and Navy, trimmed Black Siliv Braid, 47/6 Smart; Costume in Black and White Check, trimmed Black Fancy Braid and Lined Silk, 7tV6 Navy Serge Eton Costume, trimmed braid, seven gored'skirt, 59/6 Navy Cloth Costume, Smart Coat trimmed braid and with white waistcoat, 63/» 85/ ... Cloth Costumes in all the latest styles and colours, -from -29/6, 32/, S7/6, 45/, up to Five Guineas Smart Winter Blouses, in Flannelette, all colours, stiff collars and cuffs, 3'o to ■6/H T ACE T-VEPARTMENT. SPECIAL LACE BARGAINS THIS WEEK. -WONDERFUL VALUE, AX TXENDELL'S, J TD., J£ABAN:GAHAPE - ED. & QUEEN • ST. M2S4 1909. TPASTER T>ABGAINS. IN ORIVER TO COMMENCE THE A UTUM,N AND TTTTIXTER ' REASON VyiTH "DIG TJUSINESS, Q.REY AND -pORD, TLMITED, "fnHE V%LD "DEEHXVE, , ' TTARANGAHAPE "RD., HAVING NOW OPENED UP THEIB FIRST SHIPMENT OF •JJ-EW Q.OODS; HAVE DECIDED TO SELL THE WHOLE CONSIGNMENT, together with their already Large Stock of rj.ENEBAL ■rvRAPERY, /CLOTHING, AND QHOWKOOM rjOODS AT A VERY SLIGHT ADVANCE ON LANDED COST, nud 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 3yds long, only 10/0; worth 16/11 Large Size Honeycomb Quilts, 5/11 and 6/11; worth 0/6 and 10/6 Cream Laco Curtains,. 3yds i 471n, 3/11: worth 5/11 36-inch White Calico, 3/11 Dozen: worth 4/11 28-in Colonial Flannel, IOJd, 1/, 1/3. 1/4. 1/6, 1/0; worth 2d to 3d a yard more "Oin White Table Damask, 1/6J; worth 6Sin Unbleached Damask, 1/2}, 1/4J; worth 1/6. 1.-'S Pillow Slips; full size", 9}d Pair Pillow Slips, Frilled, 1/7 Pair 32-inch Wblte- Flannelette, 5/6 Dozen; Special . 28-lnch White Flannelette, 4/6; a nice quality ■TJLACK AND mAS TTOSIERY AT ALJ, PRICES. Women's Plain and fibbed Black, lOid, 1/, 1/2 to 1./11; good value ' / HOLLAND APRONS—Large Siae, 1/3, 1/6, ■ 1/0. 1/11. I (These.are very cheap and are worth from 3d to 6d each more.) Q.LOVES. f| /* KID—I/11}, 2/6, 2A1.3/11. These are great value,.the 2/6 quality especially. LADIES' FULLrLENGTH OOATS—as/6, 10/11, 22/6, 20/6, 27/B, 29/6, to 59/6: Navy, Browns and Greens, Double-breasted and Storm Collars. These are really smart goods. gUPERIOR /"IOSTUMES: . NEW MATERIALS, New Styles, from 21/ tO 105.'. ■ . . .: OUR COSTUMES are smart, good fitting, and cheap, and we ask your inspection. JJOYS' AND J^[EN V S QLOTHING. ALL OUR CLOTHING, ' HATS, AND SHIRTS are now being sold at ■ KEEN ' CUT PRICES. T>OYS' CJAILOR CJUITS FROM 2/U : r. *? . ■ °' - EACH. WE.ASK YOUR PATRONAGE. J Q.REY AND "pORD, T IMItED, ■•r-HEQLD -DEEHIVE," . -IZ-ABAN.GAHAPE, T3OAD, AJEWTON: ■**• . . .■*-• M2O ' TAILORING. . ....' ...... • ■ '-'cjuiTS. rpo TyrEASuRE." , ~• PERFECT FEP GUARANTEED ' ' " SPECIAL CASH PRICES: ' :_5/f 50/, 55/, 57/6, 63/, . ..',• TBOtIBERS TO MEASURBi " ' V..-v-v ■ •■' 'From •■ ' 10/6. ;'." •■■■ :'" -SEE WINDOW."''-*- , -' . ■' " 'COMPLETE OUTI'ITTER AND -> BOOT IMPORTER, • : .:■'-- . . ; :_UBBK : SX.--.',.:.:k>..'^■•--"■ : .if ■■-_--■ ■;;■■": .Msa^

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Page 12 Advertisements Column 5, Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 88, 14 April 1909

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Page 12 Advertisements Column 5 Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 88, 14 April 1909

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