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Page 8 Advertisements Column 1, Issue 15643, 6 November 1914
Very Smart Sports Coats! m Fifiv-seven of the LATEST DISTINCTIVE COATS just opened up. Laches will bo charmed with the " Chic' -ness of theso Beautiful Garments, i DIAGONAL CHEVIOT -SPORTS COAT, with stitched belt and patch pockets: m Cerise, Pink, Tangerine, and Km era Id. HONEYCOMB CLOTH SPORTS COATS, with belt sit back and .side pockets; m Rose and Mustard only. 25/6. WOOL CHEVIOT SPORTS COAT, with stitched belt round hips; in Saxe. Sky, Mustard, Cerise, and Rose. 27/8. BASKET CLOTH SPORTS COAT with 1 deep voke at back, and loose Raglan sleeves', low belt and patch pockets: in Pink, Emerald, Brown. Copper. 32,6. CHECK SPORTS COATS, hi Black and 'White Pink and Black ; various sized checks; with colored collars, and different designs. 02/8, 37/6, 42/. FRENCH LINES SPORTS COATS, very dainty and cool .in Saxe. Pink, and Grey, with White pique collars, holt, and ctifK 18 6 The Very Latest Dressing Gowns and Jackets for Ladies! A Discount Purchase of Samples ! tt r e have just had delivered a Home Traveller's Set of Samples of Ladies' Dressing Gowns, over 60 in number, bought at lo per cent. on Home prices. These are, of course, a season in auvanee. and as there are no two alike, and prices are about 33 per cent, below the ordinary values, Ladies will do well to take advantage of this exceptional offering. 61 DRESSING GOWNS, ill French Flannel, Nun's Veiling, Fancy Crepes, Ripple Cloth, and Cashmeres; trimmed Fancy salons, silk braidings, silk and muslin collars and cuffs, silk girdles. etc.; in Saxe, Navy, Cardinal, Black, Tan, Rose, Champagne, Fawn, Grey, etc. Prices from 8/6 to 35/6. 39 SAMPLE DRESSING JACKETS, in similar cloths and designs. Verv new—reallv intended for next season I Colors include Saxe. Old' Rose, Tan, Cream, Sky, Pink, and Tangerine. Prices from 4/11 to 21/. NOTE.—lncluded in above Samples are 6 LADIES' FANCY TOWELLING BATH GOWNS, very choice, and perfect for washing. These we have niarked specially cheap. Fashionable Tub-Frock Materials for Summer! We ask Ladies to call and look through our selection of Summer Cotton Dress Materials. The Fabrics will delight the visitor's aesthetic sense! ♦LORAL VOILES.—We have just opened up a New Lot of those Dainty Materials, in small, neat patterns. All ono price, 1/6 per yard. WEW FLORAL CREPES, in a variety of new designs. These are very fashionable, and find a ready sale. 73d, B|d, 10;Jd, 1/, 1/3, 1/6 per yard. WHITE PIQUES. —A fresh shipment of these Fashionable Goods just to hand. 83d, Duncdln's f auorlte SDopping Centre.! Smart Cotton 1-Piece Dresses ! All the following SUMMER FROCKS were personally selected by our Miss Aitchison while in London. They arc a picked lot, and there is a tremendous assortment, which merits your inspection. FLORAL VOILE DRESSES. , From 18/6 to 39/6. WHITE EMBROIDERED MUSLINDRESSES. From 13/11 to 37/6. WHTTE EMBROIDERED VOILE DRESSES. 21/ to £4 10/. PLAIN AND FANCY ZEPHYR DRESSES 8/11 to 25./ PLAIN AND FANCY CREPE DRESSES. 10/6 to 27/6. PLAIN AND STRIPED CAMBRIC AND LINENE DRESSES 6/11 to 12/11. Also Girls' and Maids' Sizes. THE DRESS SHOWN IN THE ILLUSTRATION below, in White, Saxe, and Brown Pique, with contrasting collar and facings. 11/ each. m $m •m 1 B'A* S3B mxm K-^Z&Wfc m y-m s& /^ A Big Millinery Event! 3 Tables of Brilliant and Fashionable Summer Hats for Ladies! The Beauty and Beeomingness of theso Trimmed Hats will prove, possibly, even more attractive than the very moderate prices—which, however, cannot fail to delight prospective buyers. TABLE 1.—40 LADIES' CHIP AND TAGAL HATS, assorted small and medium shapes, comfortable fitting, smart and becoming; in White, Saxe, Putty, Grey, Vieux Rose, Brown, etc. I he trimmings are in soft ribbons, plain, striped, and checked, with rose posies, fruit, now Mings, etc. Prices, 10/6, 12/6, 15/6, 17/6, TABLE 2.—YOUNG LADIES' TRIMMED HATS, m most popular styles. Ribbon Hats, in French Sailor and Mushroom, Areophane. and Floral Chiffon Hats. Very pretty and dressy, droopiug brims, and deep head; fits in all colors and fancy; trimmed Swathes, Posies, Cherries, Wreaths, etc. Prices, 12/6, 15/6, 17/6, 19/6, 21/. TABLE 3.—LADIES' AND MATRONS' TOOUES AND HATS, small and medium sizes; turban shape, elongated shape, dome crowns brims turned up slightly all round, brims high at side and towards hack, hand-made, in Straw, Tulle, and Silk; draped with floral crowns, ribbon loops, ostrich tips, etc.; all colors, and Black, and Black and White." Price, 19/6 each. AN OPPORTUNITY IN FLOWERS! 50 BOXES, being a special purchase of Lovely Flowers of high class; none are common. In Rose Clusters Trails, Posies, Pansies, Poppies, Violets, Hydrangea, Roses, of everv color and description. ALL MARKED AT 1/ PER SPRAY. See Display in our large Flower Section. i\& >'^r.\^<v W I w i'i & nm at io' e Gt i The New Umbrellas for Ladies! i i7/Oi •"/Oj 21/. ONS' TOOUES OUR ASSORTMENT AND VALUE is SPECIALLY s; turban shape, GOOD, and Ladies who are looking for something runs turned up rather smart in appearance will bo sure to find ide and towards jt here. LADIES' DURABLE UMBRELLAS, strong gloria ' i vch it p.'' '' covers, smart crook handles. Price, 19/6 each. */". 3 ' 11 » a ' 6 ' */"• 5 / 6 ' 6 ' 6 - ; r 50 BOXES LADIES' STEEL STICK "BOULEVARD" UMFlowers ofhigli BREL.LAS, very smart and neat, with stylish Clusters Trail-: crooks. ts llvciran'4V 7 11, 8/11, 10/6, 11/6, 12/6, 13/6, 15/6, 16/6, 18/6. on. •* "' ' FASHIONABLE LONG HANDLE UMBRELLAS, I/ PER SPRAY. splendid choice of latest stylos, in table tops, o . • straight and knob tops on natural sticks, enamel, 1 -- ectlon - and gun metal. 8/6, 10/6, 12/6, 13/6, 15/6, 17/6, 19/6. w NEW STYLE COLORED UMBRELLAS, Navy, Mole, ) Brown. 12,6. A Very Popular Costume Material! FINE NAVY COATING, with neat White stripe, in 3 sizes; 42in wide. 2/11 per yard. f FINE BLACK COATING SERGE, with neat White stripes; in plain and fancy. Worth 3/6. Offered at 2/6 a yard. Real Fine Offerings in our Children's Department! SICILIAN COATS, trimmed silk embroidery, fancy buttons and pipings, and with belt at hack. Saxe, Tussore, Brown, and Navv. Sizes JBin, 20in 22in to 26in. Prices. 7/6, 8/11, 9/11, 10/9, 12/6. BONNETS lo match 4/6 each. rOPLIN COATS, with contrasting Tussore-braided collars and cuffs, such as Brown with Tussore, Saxo with Tan, and Tussore with Brown. Sizes 18 to 2G. 7/6 to 12/6 each. SILK SHANTUNG COATS, fancy Oriental collars, pipings to match; in Grey. Saxe, and Brown; 20in and 22in. 15/6, 17/11. THE NEW RATINE WASHING COAT, with White Sailor striped collar and cuffs. \ cry dressy. In Saxe, Ceriso, and " Tussore; 22in, 24in. 26in. 16/6, 18/6, 21/ each. JUST OPENED!—A LOVELY LOT OF LITTLE COATS, being a Home Traveller s Samples. Bought at 15 per cent, on Homo prices. Onlv one ot a kind, including Ivory, Black, and Colored Sateens. New shapes, with Tango belts. Some trimmed Black and White and Tartan collars and belts. All really worth seeing. BEAUTIFUL CASEMENT CLOTHS! PLAIN CASEMENT CLOTH, a beautiful washing cloth, in Cream and Ecru. 36in wide, Bjd per yard; 52in wide, 1/0J per yard. MERCERISED CASEMENT OLOTHS, 52in wide; in Cream, Ecru, and Putty. 1/6, 1/11J, and 2/3 per yard. HEAVY CORDED POPLINS, in Cream, Ecru, Tan, and Brown; 62in wide. 3/6 per yard. BORDERED CASEMENTS, in all colors of borders. 36in wide, *Jd per yard; 45in wide, Bsd per yard. REVERSIBLE BORDERED CASEMENT CLOTHS, 52in wide, in all, colors of borders. 1/3, 1/6 jar yard. ESTIMATES GIVEN FREE FOR MAKING AND FITTING UP CASEMENT CURTAINS IN THE .LATEST STYLES. MM [lffiFjlVMljni l ' 1" jinx Drapery Supply Assn 105-107-109-1 lMl3ll 15 GEORGE STREET. Branch at South Dunedin.
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