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Ivage Stock Ex STEAMSHIP 'OPAWA.' We were fortunate in securing the under* mentioned lots of Drapery, all more or less damaged on the voyage from London* To-morrow these goods will be offered for Sale —comprising SALVAGE AND DAMAGED DRAPERY. ORIENTAL SILK BOWS, In Brown, Saxe, Cerlsa, Mauve, Emareld, and Tangerine. 6d each. COLORED SATIN BOWS, In Saxe, Mauve, Emerald, and Golden Brown. 6d eaoh. PRETTY BPOT SILK BOWS, In Nil Green and Mauve, with White spots. 6d each. DAINTY JABOTS, In Creme Laoe and White Muslin. 6d eaoh. EX STEAMSHIP «OPAWA.' 40 WHITE LINEN COSTUMES, more or less damaged. 3/8 the Costume. LADIES' SILK COLLARB, In Tangerine, Navy, and Brown i also Oriental Colorings. 6d each. 50 pieoes NAVY PRINTS, an more or less damaged. 2/11 dozen yards. 1 piece 66in WHITE DAMASK, more or less damaged. lOfd yard. SALVAGE AND DAMAGED DRAPERY. WHITE AND CREME LACE COLLARS, In Guipure end Fine Net Laces; assort3d shapes. 6d eaoh. 100 LADIES' COLORED SUNSHADES, perfeot goods. Worth from 4/11 to 6/8. 1/ eaoh. BO pairs LACE CURTAINS, all more or less soiled. Worth from 8/11 to 12/8. Your plok, 3/11 pair. A AAA &JA 9U? 82, 84, 86, 88 GEORGE STREET.

Everything had gone wrong with Grumps that morning; and as he strode gloomily down the suburban road on his way to the station he was simply aching for an outlet for his temper. "Good morning," cheerfully called out the man from The Elms, overtaking him. "Good morning—good-afternoon—good evening. .Now we've made ;i day of it/' simi-lod Grumps, viciously.

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Page 10 Advertisements Column 4, Issue 15641, 4 November 1914

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