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STORES. Spring Novelty Display All Departments. ——.— ■" LARGE SHIPMENT ex s.B. OPAWA JUST TO HAND. Note the Following Quotations. CREPE CLOTHS, ETC 30 pieces CREPE AND VOILE, with the fashionable Rosebud designs. 6cl, 7|d, Bd, and 1/6. SO pieces NURSE CLOTH, woven in stripes, checks, and seif color. s}d and 9£d per yard. Large Assortment of DOUBLEWIDTH STRIPE RATTINE AND SPONGE CLOTHS. 11|d, 1/2, and 1/3 per yard. SILKEN POPLINS, in all shades, wide width. 2/ a yard. TUSSORE SILKS, ETC. Fine Pure Cloths, 28-8 and 33-4 Inches wide. 1/, 1/3, 1/9, 2/, 2/6, 2/11, 3/8. Lovely range of PRINTED SILK, for trimming purposes. 2/4 to s/6 per yard. GLOVES. MANUFACTURERS’ REPAIRS IN KID AND SUEDE CLOVTES. 60 dozen Just opened, a vary line lot. Usual prioe, l/ll per yard. MUTUAL STORES BASKETS, ETC. 3,000 HANCHOW BASKETS. Usual price, 6d each. 350 HAND-CROCHET CHEMISE TOPS, beautifully worked; a very varied assortment of patterns. 1/11, 2/3, 2/6, 2/11 each. NECKWEAR. 2 cases SMART NECKWEAR, in all the latest novelties, at moderate prices. BROAD SILK BELTS. 18 dozen LADIES’ FASHIONABLE BROAD SILK BELTS, now SC much in demand. 2/, 2/11, 3/e to 6/e each. SKIRTS AND BLOUSES, FROCKS, ETC 25 new ranges of SMART SHIRTS AND BLOUSES, NEW FROCKS, AND COATS AND SKIRTS, In Pique, Rattlne, Crepe, pompadour, etc., etc. MUTUAL STORK. Spring Novelty Display All Departments. LARGE SHIPMENT ex 8.8. OPAWA JUST TO HAND. PRINCES STREET, DUNEDIN.

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 3, Issue 15629, 21 October 1914

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 3 Issue 15629, 21 October 1914

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