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SOLID SILVER VASE. 'sin high ... 8/6. Cin high ... 11/8. Sin high ... 16/6. Flower Vases in Solid Silver. In these Beautiful Vases Beauty and Simplicity of Design are happily combined with Reasonableness in Price. Wo have a great variety of sizes, shapes, and prices—something sure to suit everybody, and the cost a big saving on prices elsewhere. Variety! Quality! Value! STEWART DAWSON’S Corner Princes and Dowling Sts., Dunedin. 7in high ... 14/6. SOLID SILVER VASE. 6in high ... 12/8. & —^ PIQUE DRESSES These Lovely Washing Dresses are a big feature of this season, and wo have just received a big consignment of the very Latest Styles from Home. We are making a Window Display this week showing these new goods, and giving an idea of the very Low Prices we are asking. Made of the new uncrushable piques they are easily washed aivd laundered, and so are ideal for Tennis and Sports Dresses generally, while we have also Styles Perfectly Correct for Street Wear. We are showing Dresses complete for 12/6, and Costumes at 21/ i Skirts alone are 6/11, and we have Lovely Muslin Blouses to go with them at 2/11 SPORTS COATS ■ We have just bought a big lino of Manufacturers’ Samples of these Coats for next season. They are all very smart goods and are. advance styles. There being only one of each, we would advise ladies to see them early, as once one particular style is sold w© cannot repeat it till next year, when the actual stock will come to hand. Tlio prices range from 19/6 up. All new materials; all new colors; all new styles. W© also draw attention to a line of Knitted Silk - Coat* at 22/6. This we consider exceptional value. DREAVER’S GEORGE STREET ’PHONE 1822 ■

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Page 10 Advertisements Column 3, Evening Star, Issue 15629, 21 October 1914

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Page 10 Advertisements Column 3 Evening Star, Issue 15629, 21 October 1914