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OHIO MILLINEEY FOR THE OHUISTOHXTEOH RACES, « SOME of the most BEAUTIFUL MODELS to be seen in New Zealand ARE NOW ON VIEW in our Millinery Salon, and those who intend visiting Christchurch next week for the Raoet should tndeavour to ieo thii superb collaotiott. The styles and shapes are authoritative fc&d the composition tot the Hats is extremely artistic. The colour schemes are beautiful with, just the touch of brightnesi and vividness that one looks for at thk time of the year. The following are* som« of th« models :_— LARGE PICTURE HAT, in tagal straw, trimmed with fitted band of black velvet, and two very handsome white ostrich lancer plumes. SMALL POT-SHAPE HAT, in white tagal, trimmed with black and white ( ostrich, feathers. VERY PRETTY MODEL, in grey Ugal, quaint witch crown, "trimmed Oriental bandeau, and finished with lancer fea. there, shaded Wedrewood blue. LARGE PICTURE HAT, in leghorn straw, underlined with black velret, trimmed with an exquisite spray oi roßes in their natural colours. SMART WHITE TAGAL STRAW HAT, lined with black velvet, trimmed large white ostrich feathers and finished with ceviße carnations. STYLISH NA.VY SLUE HAT, in tagal straw, slightly turned at<sid«, trimmed with a. epray of cerise and xtary convolvulus and roses, and finishad with cerise and navy blue ribbons. WHITE CHIP SAN TOY HAS, Kned with kilted black lace, trimmed with beautiful sweet pea flowers, , "HANDSOME PICTURE HAT, in -pastel blue tagal' straw, lined black velvet, trimmed with lancer feathers in Wedgewood blue, and a posy oi vari< out flowers. WHITE TAGAL HAT, lined with black lace, trimmed with cornflower* in royal blue and. cerise, and wheat ears and grass to tone. SMALL TURNED UP HAT, whit* tagal crown, covered with Mils of black and white lace and finished with a spray oi cerise roses and foliage. LARGE WHITS CHIP HAT, trimmed frills of lace, and small market bunch of assorted flowers, with strapping of ribbon. KIRKOALDIE & STAINS LIMITED. "HfLEAN AND ARCHIBALD, ITJ - 29, WILLIS-STREET, WELLINGTON. TOOLS I TOOLS ! TOOLS I TOOLS FOR ALL TRADES. 'Country Customers please send for oui Illustrated Catalogue. EVERY DAY ADDS TO THE FAME Of KELBURNE-AVENTJE FASHIONS For GENTLEMEN. By THE MILLIGAN MERCHANT TAILORING SERVICE, WHICH has pleasure in announcing SPECIALLY CHOICE SUITINGS for the Christchurch Carnival Week. Orders for which should bo placed vow. The Firm* Motto is 1 "Satisfaction to the Customer ALWAYS!"SEEN OSBORNE YET? WITH th« Summer and Xmas Orders coming in as fast as they can, you'U do well to see Osborne about your New Suit. The best fit, etyle, and workmanship are guaranteed, and the range of materials to select from is extensive. Come in to-d»y. H. OSBORNE & CO.,

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Page 6 Advertisements Column 3, Evening Post, Volume LXXXII, Issue 106, 1 November 1911

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Page 6 Advertisements Column 3 Evening Post, Volume LXXXII, Issue 106, 1 November 1911

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