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Lines to be Remembered! Ready to Wears SMART PIQUE COSTUMES, the Coat is in new Blouse effect with Tunic attached, Skirt gathered at back with Belt Only 35/LINEiN COSTUMES, in White and Coloured, variety of Styles 29/6, 32/6, 35/-, 39/6 EMBOSSED TERRY CLOTH COSTUMES, Coats lined Fine Muslin, smart Skirt buttoned at foot Price 72/6 MERCERISED SPORTS COATS, very smart, in all the newest Shades, plain or Belted LADIES CREPE SHIRTS, in White, two shapes, side or front fastening 4/9 Ready-to-wear Hats! Something new in CHIC FRENCH RIBBON and TAQEL STRAW, Beautiful and Distinctive Dainty Hosiery! The New Black SILK STOCKINGS, with lisle tops and feet, suspender proof 5/6, 6/6 pair. Ask to See “ Orayon! ” The New Washing Fabric, in ail Colours Only 10>£d. per yard. Dainty Dress Material! ALL-WOOL CREPELLA, 42in. wide, in all the leading shades 3/3 and 4/6 per yard. Made in Switzerland! 3 Special Lines in Ladies’ Embroidered HANDKERCHIEFS No. I. 100 doz each. No. 2. 56 doz . 9d. each. No. 3. 48 doz I/- each. Many of these Handkerchiefs are worth more than double the money. SWISS EMBROIDERIES, INSERTIONS, BEADINGS, MOTIF, CAMISOLES, ALLOVERS, FLOUNCINGS, &c., a very fine range, just opened 2d. to 2 Guineas per yard. Fiimitiim Sraia I Pi ill ill! U yy <J '■JiMiv ® BOX OTTOMAN LOUNGES, in New Art Cretonne From 52/6 CHESTERFIELDS, Spring Seated, in Moquette From £6 15s. Od. Our Famous “All Kauri” EXIhNbION DINING TABLES 42/I let® - Co., The in* i For Carpenters’ Too f s, Engineers’ Tools, Gardeners’ Tools! QUALITY Is tho Test of Cheapness. QUALITY Is Our First Consideration. EVERY CARPENTER, EVERY GARDENER, EVERY MECHANIC, EVERY KEEN BUYER —IN FACT, j VERYEOJY—ISNCW VIUiTINC THE G.S.I. Our Profit Margin is Low. The Goods are Right. t TWO NEW TOOLS FOR THE CARDEN. “THE ANDYO.” —This is shaped similar to mattock, hut in place of a straight cutter is fitted with convex blade for orening drills. 4/9 en rh. “T!iF 'l\V HOE.” (IH d Htb ; :V„ . .0-1 Jl. $1 • LlO. i#l v/l tG Ji i LyV* 943 GEORGE STREET (near Hanover street).

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3, Issue 15636, 29 October 1914

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 Issue 15636, 29 October 1914

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