EXCLUSIVE MODEL EROCKS FOR SPECIAL FESTIVE OCCASIONS.. "rocks have been epccinlly «e!eeUd by our Home Buyers. They are culled from the leadin« Fashion Creators in London and Paris, and express in their individual styles ill that, is most desirable, in irodorn modes. STYLISH SATIN" DUiis*S. draped at side?, white mik-lin yoke, tie of black moire ribbon: shade*. Saxe and Geranium. Price, £3 15s. DAINTY CRKPIv DK CHEXE GOWN", with new full ba«f|iic ell-t, tunic and sleeves with kilted frill, pink satin waistband and ornament. Price. 60s. STYLISH FLOKAL COTTON CRFPON DRESS, ivory taffeta waistcoat, collar and CM (Ys of white iawn, beciice lined Jap. silk. Price. St 12s 6d ELEGANT MODEL COSTUME, in navy ser?e, trimmed jiroLty French broche, vest and collar. The skin has tunic effect, and the coat is finished in front with tie ends. Pric?, tiuincas. FOH FASHIONS.
'PHONE 3,847. O H X 0 O O K, DENTIST, HAINES'S BUILDING, Comer Moray pl»ca »nd Pnucts street, Dunedin. CAMERAS CHEAP. kUR STOCK cvf SECOND-HAND and SHOP-WORN CAMERAS ami AP?ARATUS will be sold very Cheap. Develop. lug and Prim ins quickly ami well done. CAMERA COMPANY, Octagon. Duuedin. rISSS W ■ I N 1 '• 106 Princes street (opp. Bank N.Z.). First shipment of Ready-to-wear Hats, in fashionable colon and shapes. BIIOTVN, FVVING, & CO., WISH TO REMIND THEIR CUSTOMERS BOTH THEIR ESTABLISHMENTS WILL BE CLOSED TO-MORItOW AFTERNOON A' 1 O'CLOCK TO GIVE AN OPPORTUNITY TO THEIR STAFF TO ATrEND THE PATRIOTIC DEMONSTRATION. BROWN, EWING, & CO., PRINCES STREET.
The Caversham School Committee met last evening. Mr H. H. Todd presiding. It was resolved that a letter of condolence be sent to the widow and family of the !nte Hon. T. Feigns. The head master leported that attendance f rathe month wan 6.j8. The Visiting Committee reported that the working of the school was. very .satisfactory. The head master further reported that he had approached the scholars on the question of forgoing their school prizes this year, the mojif'v nsnallv expended tor- the prize* to lie donated to the Belgian and British relief fund, and that the scholars had unanimously agred to forgo the prizes. It was resolved to celebrate Trafalgar Day hv assembling the scholars in the school ground on Wednesday to salute the Flag, when addresses will be delivered by a number of gentlemen. The Concert Committee reported that all detail were well under way for the concert to bo yiven by the school children in aid of J-ne local relief fund. .Messrs Todd and Graham , wwe appointed a visiting for the nioiitb..
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