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In Boys’ I a I m WJ STYLISH CLOTHES I DURABLE CLOTHES! For the Summer! Boys’ Tunic Suits, sizes 0 to 4, for Boys from 3 to 5 years old. Made of Light Grey and Brown. Summerweight Tweeds. May be had either open or buttoned close to the neck. Prices from 8/11. Boys’ Scout or ’Varsity Suits, in Navy Drill or Light-weight Tweeds. For 10 years of age. Ideal Knockabout Boys from 5 to Prices from 6/11. Suits! Cricket Suits! . . A Speciality! 6/6, 7/6. Drapery. Supply Assocn., Boys’ New Sports Suits, for Boys from 6 to 14 years. Long coat, with vent at back ; plain knickers. Prices from 17/11. To meet the demands for this new style of Suit we hold an extensive stock in the most serviceable Tweeds, and thoroughly well made. Prices from 17/11. Gents’ Up-to-date Hats! Some of the Favorite Styles in English and Italian Makes! Gents’ Soft Felt Hats, Neglige Easyfitting, in Brown, Green, and Grey. 3/11, 4/6, 5/6. Gents’ Soft Felt Hats, all Fur, bow at back or side; in Black, Nut Browns, and lovely Slate shade; superior finish. Just landed from England. 8/6 and 9/6. Gents’ Straw Boaters, Fine Straws; “ Bon Ton Ivy ” fittings. Can’t blow off the head. Light and cool. 6/6, I I I I I Clothing Dept. George Street. k SINGERS ARE LOUD IN THEIK PRAISE OF BENJAMIN GUM The? say it is a 'Wonderfully Quick and Thorough Cure for SORE AND INFLAMED THROATS, COUGHS, AND COLDS, Etc. Colds fire very prevalent at this season, Tut a bottle ‘ Guaiw: toou cltr.l lluni away. It’s nice to tali' I LICE 1/G PKE LCTTLIh. KHT&x V - " fer'"', i . —n. s -ft X Molhsons Ltd. -Specialise in-High-Class Dressmaking and Artistic Tailoring. The Most Efficient Dressmaking and Tailoring Talent is at your service. We offer an excellent choice of the Newest and Most Reliable Fabrics, while our Prices are the Most Moderate in the Dominion. Place Your Orders at Once for the Holiday Season. r- : a>» Dressmaking Dept. Our DRESSMAKING DEPARTMENT has recently been reorganised, and is now under the sole control of MISS BROOME, who is well known in Dunedin as an Artist of exceptional skill. Clients can depend upon obtaining entire satisfaction. EXAMPLES OF OUR DRESSMAKING PRICES. STYLISH SUMMER COSTUMES, from Fine Navy Worsteds, with best linings, well cut in any style to your measure. Prices, 75/, 84/, and 90/. DRESSES, from Self-colored Diagonals and Whipcords ; all New Fabrics. Prices to Measure, 57/6, 65/, 70/. TUSSORE SILK DRESSES, urilined ; superb quality. To Measure for 40/ and 50/. WASHING VOILE DRESSES, in Self Colors and Floral Designs ; unlined. Prices to Measure, 35/, 40/, 47/8. Our Tailoring Section. The TAILORING SECTION has been brought right up to date, and is now under the supervision of Mr R. G. TYRRELL, a Cutter of high standing, who has with him the most efficient Tailoring talent that can be secured. ALL WORK FULLY GUARANTEED. Never before have we been so well provided with such a choice selection of Tweed and Worsted Suitings and Flannel. Tweeds for Holiday Suits. Examples of our Tailoring Prices SAC SUIT, First Grade, made from the Best Pure Wool Worsteds, choice colorings. 90/ and 105/* SPECIAL SUMMER TWEED SUITS, from High-grade All-wool Tweeds* To Measure, 70/, 75/, 84/. SPECIAL HOLIDAY OFFERING. 63/ FOR A PERFECTLY TAILORED SUIT. ing October we will receive Orders for HOLIDAY LOUNGE SUITS, made from Pure Wool Tweeds, in New Browns and Greys. Suit to Measure, 83/. ■? , vrr hi m End of the Penny Section Ltd. Georgs and Frederick Streets DUNEDIN.

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 4, Issue 15627, 19 October 1914

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 4 Issue 15627, 19 October 1914

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