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DRAPERY, CLOTHING, etc. I {&& AUSTRALASIAS CHOICE ■■( I Wwlm CAU ww cosset j 1 Dlfl/pfT A charming new model,combining , | Jhs advantages of the girdle top, with §£ f! /l ui\ ( *ho«e pt the medium long hip corset; ' £ y /HI Jjl ||\ Produces lines of, exquisite;. shapelU I S // ' *« \ £? S and g J ac6: imparts Parisian P (5 l/h'&WrtJ; W Elegance and a superb figure. L ft "Made of English Coutil; tustiS fl/vjßsrtfrS*! ' **$iK_ p » boninß throughout;. one 'of the £ i C,y / i tfwj&£is\ lbest sel!ers e V er macle - / [j VJ'MKfcSfeJ*' *°-___37 with (he iorprt bS t M «T»|rv» «uiledteyour6Bure. Populir prica. | O* W Murray. UJ- Aurtr«li«i>At»ney. Sim. Hari.& Co.. Lid.. Ne>» ZeJud Afncr.

OCliSiblc* U i Scrv * ce a*>le and Seasonable. X H Pine, Warm UNDERWEAR for 'tween H 1 seasons. That's now. Days are often Our MI__.LI_N.__.R.Y Is both fi B to ° vo ° 1 ' ln part ' at least > to make sumSmart and Sensible. From | 1 v" Uuae , rw / ur thoroughly comtortalble. +»._. , _■ ~ B __■ * ou want to c lug a little lontrer to the workrooms dally come tt H thin dresses, and yet It's too eariy fo? the results of what nimble H H winter Underclothlnp;. There Is a spleufingers and artistic ideas fl \\\ dld variety 'of Medium-weight Underaceomollsh ami the PH_-<~_ H II garments here, and you'll have difficulty accompnsn, and tlie Prices M H lv -bettering their prices elsewhere, are surprisingly low. M S IFdne Woven Combinations, 2AI, 4/11, STYLISHLY TRIMMED B ■ 7/6. Vests (Wool). 1/. Woven Bodices, HATS H H I Vll. Flannelette Underskirts, I/O, 18/B 15/B 'w Hi 2/11 ' Grey Bloomers . 1/11, 2/11. 13/6, 10/ i), 12/g. ■ g Molrette Skirts, 2/11. <_____ ■ iTTtUTa . ...< __._____.___. I Now Hosiery for p r f' !* LAIDLAW BROS., Z_l w ?/ n , r ',? 6 °^,? s "Economic," 189, 191, 193. Symonds St m ° re ' 1/S ' l/6 ' lfll, j!S# H. J. FARMER. MoNAOCn Fino Kibbed Stockmi lIIW.IjT ' inga,l/-, 1/4,1,6 to 2/8 M 3 B WE'VE HEARD* IT SAID ■■ __ N B "That the ' 'ECONOMIC 'ls the place %» h\i«*G B H where the wants of ladies are known, a\ W\M. sTta Kj E and their tastes understood." H H iF ' UL ' L SATISFACTION IN WEARABLES. B H JUST OPENED: New .Dress Materials, Thp th-tttcs ,»-_. <_~_. ~ 811 for Costumes and Skirts, and Smart, S t ra f ,f T l by far the X H melettes and Defines. cm t b o aS show r The 1 H SPECIAL VALUE.-Double-wJdth CosSfnlnl «ISS,ii2? aUty *_, < sf" M 1 CREAM CORDUROY VELVETEENS, S w?th Coal I 1 mU ? h in denu L nd for Blouse 9 and chlld: gance wiin -\ioaerate oost. B H ren's wear wash so well »PEThe prices are- B| C IAL " 'ECONOMIC "QUALITY, 2Tln 13/9, 10/6, 7/11, 6/11. H B wide ' 1/3 - 7artl ' Other Qualities, 1/8, 9 ■ 1/11. and 2/6 yard.

THE FASHIONABLE DINNER JACKET We have received a large shipment of T ma^ma^mmm^mm **• the smart ready to Js^^k wear Dinner Jackets V .-TlPi now so popular. j? They are direct from \*" England's leading j^^rrMm^ tnrer, and are so well MMf/nili^^^^^mi cut and tailored that L^^M/llf/^M^^^m it is difficult to dis- i jSS HK^^^Mi tinguish them from <=^-^^^t^^AWillaW^^^^iw^t\ made to order goods nl^^^^^^^^L at double the price, j "^ : KB They are wonderful mmi value and at most Jfflr ("unctions replace the iirAv'* ' regulation evening BLACK VICDNA JACKETS and VEST, latest London llmPm Black Worsted, fall silk mSS MB facings, highly finished Hi' iHi and perfect fitting, all mm US 49/6 JJIL--Gentlemen would do" _ i * , well to order early. SMITH g CAUGHEY, Ltd. Auckland's Fashion Centre QUEEN STREET.

FOE SALE"?,™? X £h™ts BE JwX^ F s™«™*™ J.ead-edKe Ridging. O.G. Galvant Red Iron Sponting _________■—m >4KV (all shapes and sizes), Down Pipes and Ridging WZ_ ySi\ blioot Zinc, Sheet aud Pig Lead. Block Tin, Tin IT fftriainiiiiidtt'T \ Plates, Solder and Soldering Irons, Caat Iron JBfe_W-i T nitfrf < Enamelled Baths. Sinks, Jaw Boxes. Lavatory SfcLH~^™""^^He fi_____tlSj™™- l» Basins, and all kinds of Sanitarj- Ware. i»ni'in||W n^^gaS_ilß_iw^l Direct Importer of all Plumbers' Trade Requisites. H hJBJB. Oroat Reductions In Corrugated Tanks—Cheaper oSfo 1 " -uiuujUlCTl Manufacturer of the Patent Mafeking Ventilator. ' C. J *'«o "ie (.(..e&raCed Cupped Lead-header! Nails, AS *!^s?F ( T_r ! *¥ O £_V ITI * Is A DIRECT CASH IMPORTER OP THE Raw materiat HKiaiSFHERK. HE IS IN A POSITION TO MANUFACTURE AND SUPPLY : ». 8 GEORGE McCAUL, ffi Kl!V

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 3 Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 93, 20 April 1909

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