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The hi.'nest guns ever made for the British Navv were the 110-ton weapons mounted on ‘the Victoria, the bans .l and, and the Benbow, which had bores ot 16 4 m. and were 43 It 6in long. Thov were so ponderous, however, that they had to be rejected.. At tho present moment (says ‘Punch’) ono does riot hear much of the esx war, hut rex-pride compels us to draw attention to an account in the Liverpool ‘ Keho ’ of a recent agricultural show, from which \vc learn that “in a class for cows, in which there was a score of entries, Air b. Sanday won with pedigree dairy hulls.”

©k. Jf' -c®> «• I $ m At the Favorite Shopping Centre ! Beautiful Garments of Rare & Pleasing Design for Ladies’ Summer Wear. . Three Tables of Picturesque Summer Hats in Latest Summer Modes at Greatly Reduced Prices! . . . . We have looked out 79 IMPORTED SMARTLY-TRIMMED HATS, consisting ot' Hand-made Tagal, Flora!, Silk and Chiffon Lace, and Leghorn, trimmed flowers, wheat ears, ribbon, etc. These .Beautiful Hats wo arc placing before yon at the following much-reduced prices:— TABLE A.—HATS FROM 12-11 TO 17/6. Now all 7 6 and 10 6. TABLE B—HATS FROM 17/0 to 21 . Xow all 12 S. TABLE C.—HATS FROM 2T to 27,6. Xow all 13 5 A Brilliant Assemblage in the Costume and Blouse Dept. I i v nTF I^1 TUSSORE COLORED IVIERcSiRIPED POPLIN AND SELFSTRIPE COSTUMES, cut-away, PIQUE* "COSTUMES FOR . Hd SMALL LADIES, .in Mint*' 'and Cream, faced «iHi stnpo : LAWN FROjbKV ,* ..•* and' Light Green; with collai, ■■ t belt, and buttons ot contras^-; THOUSANDS OF WHITE EMBROIDERED MUSLIN BLOUSES; high, medium, or low WHITE VOILE BLOUSES, plain and embroidered; front fastenings 5/6 to 35/ each. THE NFAV WATERPROOFS, in every size* for girls and women; Plain, Checked, or in the New Bright Colors. Please make a point to see them. Dainty Summer Hats for Children and Girls I \n Immense Collection of the Loveliest Models displayed in profusion, in the popular Children’s _ Department. Insport ion cordially invited. CHILDS’ FINE CANTON STRAW 7 JACK TARS, close fitting brims. 211, 3 11, 4/6, 5/11. GIRLS’ AND BOVS’ JACK TARS, trimmed White, Navy, or Sky, with medium brims. 3 6, 3/11, 4 6, 5/6, 6/6. FINE. CHIP AND STRAW BA BETTES, in Sky, Tuscan, and White limns to turn downwards or upwards. 1/1 IK 2 6, 2/11, 3 6, 3 11. GIRLS’ MUSHROOM SHAPES, in Chip and Straw. 3 6 to 5'6. A full range. CHILDS’ PETER PAN HATS, in Pique, Towelling, Tussore, Poplin, and Jap. Silk. 1/6, 2,6, 2/11, 3/6, 3/11. CHILDREN’S WHITE HATS, m Pique and Linen ; buttoned crowns, mush room shapes, trimmed cords or ribbons. 3/6, 3/11, 4/6, 5.6, C/ 11. I I Japanese Kimonos and Sacques in . Most Charming . Styles! . . . . Printed Jap. Crepe Kimonos. 5 6, 6 11. Plain and Fancy Jap. Crepe Kimonos, faced White Silk. 6 11, 10 6. Crepe ombruiliand ; Pink, Heliccolored monos, ired by lors are ■ey, Sky, jpe, Saxe, 6/11, 10/6, 13 6. Jup. Crepe iiif Sacs, faced 3/6, 4/6, 4/11. Crepe J3sing Jackets, id-embroidered. 4/6, 6/6. Silk Handhroidered Nighlisses and Dressing ;kots, very dainty. to I Jin work; free, open Just the thing for ith various headings for XAI \S( )0 K, 1 iONGCLOTH. 1/11 per yard. 27in MUSLIN FLOUXCTX’GS. with lOin to IJin embroidery| beautiful Floral Pal tern? Tunics and Dresse. orreet style for Ladies 2/6 per yard. Do not miss, please, iiisneeting our Unique Collection of SWISS A L.LOVKRH/ in MUSLIN, NAINSOOK, and LOX'GCLOTH. All Individually Selected Patterns! For Blouses and Dresses. From 1/ to 4/6 per yard. LOVELY ORGANDIE. MUSLIN ALLOVER. 6 6 per yard. Turkey and Indian Designs in Carpet Runners at Popular Prices! WELL-KNOWN ‘ BALMORAL ” CARPET R UNNERS. wear jjuaran- * tflfid * 22iin wide. 3'6. 2im, 4/6* VELVET PILE CARPET RUNNERS. 22.1 in, i'll. 27in. 611 yard. MPERIAL AXMINSTER RUNNERS. 22im, 6/11. 27i.i, 8/6 yard. DOOR SLIPS TO MATCH ALL CARPETS. From 2 6 to 6/11 each. Drapery Supply Assocn., r /-TO The New Blouses. Pretty Washing Crepes from the Land of our Allies—THE JAPANESE! JAPANESE CREPE is really one of the most Serviceable and Daintv Fabrics for Summer I rocks. It looks stylish, washes well, ami is easy laundered. \\ 0 have a. tine* variety in Cream, Tan, Brown, Tussore, Saxo Blue. Cardinal, Bmk, Salmon, Grey, Black, Navy, Champagne, Sky, etc. Sid, 10|di 1/, 1/1? I> e T }fird. Japanese White Crepes! The Vogue of tlie WHITE CREPE tins Season is very pronounced, and there is probably no Cotton 1* abric that is more universally popular. Wo are showing a very large assort men t, with a Wide Ratine ot’ Brices sufficient to meet, the desire of every lady. 6jd, Sid, 50 Pieces of Tussore Silks at 5-g-d a Yard Off the Usual Price ! We are now .showing in our North Window some examples of a line of 5D PIECES OF PURE TUSSORE SILK, which wo bought the other day at a very Substantial Discount. _ The 'Silk is line, close, and even in texture, and is 34in wide. The usual value is ! 111. It will he sold at 1/6 per yard. Swiss Embroideries Direct from the Manufacturer! TWO NOTABLE LINES. 18in FLO UNCI NOS. with redesigns, Vandyke Border Children’s I)re>.-,es. Camisoles ; M USD X Lawn Washing Frocks. m i 3 to 1 ; i m * H r j if!;;! I The New Waterproofs. 105-107-109-111-113-115 GEORGE STREET. And at South Dunedin.

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 1, Issue 15637, 30 October 1914

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 1 Issue 15637, 30 October 1914

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