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MUTUAL STORES Show Room Specials for this Week. WHITE ONE-PIECE GOWNS, verv dainty. 12/11, 13/11, 15/6. WHITE PIQUE COSTUMES, “ London made.” 17/11, 22/6, 27/6. LOVELY RANGE OF SILK SPORT COATS. 23/6, 35/6, 45/6 each. LATEST NOVELTY IN LUSTRE SPORTS COATS. 18/11, 25/11, 29/6 each. WHITE MUSLIN BLOUSES, trimmed embroidery. 2/11, 3/11 each. PIQUE AND FLORAL BLOUSES. 3/11, 4/9, 5/6, 6/11. x JUST OPENING. CREAM LACE AND BLACK SILK COATEES, verv smart. 21/, 22/6, 32/6, 39/6, 45/. SELF-COLORED JAP. CREPE GOWNS, embroidered White; in all new shades. 6/11 each. DRESSING JACKETS, embroidered Crepe. All at 4/6. NEW MODELS IN TRIMMED MILLINERY. READY-TO-WEAR AND UNTRIMMED STRAWS At lowest prices. FEATHER BOAS. A very fine collection in LONG STOLES, ? fancy shapes, and Ostrich Necklets. From 6/11 to 84/. Black, White, Natural and White, Black and White, Grev, Cherrv, Tan, Saxe, Champagne, Lilv, etc. 5,000 “Best Quality” JAPANESE 'DRAW BASKETS, all sizes. 8d each. LARGE SHIPMENT OF NOVELTY NECKWEAR, all new shapes. From 1/ to 4/11. LACES, RIBBONS, BELTS, HANDKERCHIEFS now opening ex “ Rotorua.” Cotton Dress Fabrics. New Shipment of PRINTED JAPANESE CREPES. beautiful designs. Bfd yard. Also all the latest shades in SELF-COLORED CREPES, fine quality. B£d yard. 31 In wide. SILKEN POPLIN, in iB new shades; 40-iin wide. 2/ yard. ROSEBUD CREPONS, White grounds, with chintz flowers; very good property. 8d yard. MUTUALSTORES Specials for this Week. I

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 1, Issue 15639, 2 November 1914

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 1 Issue 15639, 2 November 1914

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