Salvage Stock Ex STEAMSHIP ‘OPAWA.’ We were fortunate in securing the undermentioned lots of Drapery, all more or less damaged on the voyage from London. To-morrow these goods will be offered for Salt —comprising SALVAGE AND DAMAGED DRAPERY. LADIES’ SILK COLLARS, In Tangerine, Navy, and Brown; also Oriental Colorings. fid each. 50 pieces NAVY PRINTS, all more or less damaged. 2/11 dozen yards. 45 LADIES’ COLORED SUNSHADES, all more or less damaged. 6d each. 1 piece S6ln WHITE DAMASK, more or less damaged. 10|d yard. ORIENTAL SILK BOWS, in Brown, Saxe, Cerise, Mauve, Emerald, and Tangerine. fid each. COLORED SATIN BOWS, In Saxe, Mauve, Emerald, and Golden Brown. fid each. PRETTY SPOT SILK BOWS, in Nil Green and Mauve, with White spots, fid each. DAINTY JABOTS, In Creme Lace and White Muslin. fid each. ■■■■■■■■maannßi I—— ,M ™ 8 only WHITE PIQUE COSTUMES; mors or less damaged. 4/6 the Costume. A few dozen KIDDIES’ OVERALLS, more or less damaged. 1/ each. 40 WHITE LINEN COSTUMES, more or less damaged. 3/6 the Costume. SALVAGE AND DAMAGED DRAPERY. WHITE AND CREME LACE COLLARS, in Cuipure end Fine Net Laces; assorted shapes, fid each. 100 LADIES' COLORED SUNSHADES, perfect goods. Worth from 4/11 to 6/6. 1/ each. 50 pairs LACE CURTAINS, ail mere or less soiled. Worth f; cm e/11 to 12/6. Your pick, 3/11 pair. Cuming’s Stores 82, 84, 86, 88 GEORGE STREET.
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