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STORES Spring Novelty Display All Departments. LARGE SHIPMENT ex s.s. OP/AWA JUST TO HAND. Note the Following Quotations. CREPE CLOTHS, ETC. 30 pieces CREPE AND VOILE, with the fashionable Rosebud designs. Bd, 7-Jd, sd, and 1/6. 50 pieces NURSE CLOTH, woden In stripes, checks, and self coljr. >s|d and o’d per yard. Large Assortment of DOUBLEWIDTH STRIPE RATTINE AND SPONGE CLOTHS. flid, 1/2, and 1/3 p«r yard. SILKEN POPLINS,iIn all shades, wide width. if a yard. TUSSORE SILKS, ETC. Fine Pure Cloths, 25*6 and . 33*4 Inches wide. 1/, 1/3, 1/9, 2/, 2/6,.4,411, 3/6. Lovely range of PRINTED SILK, for trimming purposes. 2/4 to 6/6 jpcr yard. GLOVES. MANUFACTURERS' REPAIRS IN KID AND SUEDE GLOVES/ 60 dozen Just opened, a very lino lot. Usual price, 1/11 per yard. MUTUAL STORES BASKETS, ETC. 3,000 KAMCHOW BASKETS. Usual price, 6d each. SSO HAND-CROCHET CHEMISE TOPS, beautifully worked; a very varied assortment of patterns. 1/11, 2/3, 2/6, 2/tl each. NECKWEAR. 2 oases SMART NECKWEAR, In all the latest novelties, at moderate prices. BROAD SILK BELTS. 18 dozen LADIES’ FASHIONABLE! BROAD SILK BELTS, now s? | muoh in demand. 2/, 2/11, 3/6 to <B/6 each. SKIRTS AND BLOUSES, EROCKS, ETC. 25 new ranges of SMART SHHBTSj AND BLOUSES, NEW FBOOKS.! AND COATS AND SKIRTS, In j Pique, Rattlne, Crepe, Pompadour, etc., etc. MUTUAL STORES. Spring Novelty I Display All Departments. LARGE SHIPMENT ex s.s. OPAWA JUST TO HAND. PRINCES STREET, DUNEDIN.

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 7, Issue 15630, 22 October 1914

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 7 Issue 15630, 22 October 1914

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