IDEAL FROCKS FOR MAIDS AND MISSES. S34ARTLT-CUT AND WELL-FITTING AMERICAN FROCKS, original in ideas and refined in‘taste. Ton will fin'd them quite different to anything you have seen elseWhora. Their originality appeals strongly to the young folks for summer holiday wear. Tho’priccs aro moderate. jtrqoKS, 42in to 50in, in Blue and-While Check, wide band at waist. Price, 9s fid.. MAIDS’ FROCKS, 42in to 50in, in Butcher Blue and Fawn Lininne, piped Black and White, new long waist effect. Price, 9s fid. SMART FROCK in White and Bluo Stripe Lincnne, Vest and Sailor Collar of White Voile, nicely trimmed with Pearl Buttons, size 42in to 50in. Price, 15s fid. NEWEST STYLE FROCK, in Grass Cloth, Short Basque, smartly finished at neck with bow of Colored Ribbon, size 42in to 50i«. 12s fid. PAY US A VISIT. D.I.C. D.I.C.
AN OPPORTUNITY That Should Not be Missed. Select Your CARPETS. LINOLEUMS. CURTAINS, CRETONNES. CUSHIONS, . TABLE COVERS, AND HOUSEHOLD DRAPERY At BROWN, EWING’S NOVEMBER “SPRING CLEAN” BARGAIN OFFER Now Proceeding, AND YOU WILL SAVE MONEY. In spile of ibe Price of Goods going up a: Home. I his Offer Presents More Favorable Advantages than any Previous One. WRITE FOR CATALOGUE. BROWN, EWING & CO., LTD., PRINCES STREET, DUNEDIN. A. E. J. BLAKELEY, DENTIST, BANK OF AUSTRALASIA, Corner of Bond and Rattray atrccta (Next Telegraph Office). Telephone 1.359.
RASPBERRY ADE Thomson’s Raspborryade contains only Pure Cane Sugar and Puro Raspberry Juice. This accounts for the Light. Delicate Color, Good Aroma, and Genuine Raspberry I'icvor of Thomson's, Tbs only R.v-pberryade in N Z. that is not anlticinlly co.oml. 3EWARE OF HIGHLY-COLORED . R:\SPCEIUSYADES. CAMERAS CHEAT. OUR STOCK of SECOND-HAND and SHOP-WORN CAMERAS and APPARATUS will be sold very Cheap, Develop, ing and Printing quickly and well done. CAMERA COMPANY, Octagon, Dunedin. TN order to have the ‘ Star ’ out in good IJL time, it is found impossible to classify Advertisements that come in after noon. After this hour they cannot be classified. We would therefore request Advertisers to kinedy bear this in mind, and send in their Orders Early.
FUNERAL NOTICE. f|UTB Friends of Mr William Denton are JL invited ta-attend tho Funeral of his late Wife, which will leave his residence, 702 King street, TO-MORROW (Tuesday), lOtii Inst., at 2 p.m., for tho Anderson Bay ■Cemetery. HUGH GOURLET, Undertaker, ' Clarke and Maclaggan streets.
' Tiro wns discovered at 11.50 last night in the Bodega restaurant, a three-story brick building on Lnxnpton Quav. Before it was suppressed (says a Wellington message) damage to the extent of some hundreds of pounds was done by the flames, smoke, and water. The lire started in the kitchen on the ground floor and travelled up the lift-well to the upper storys. The building was owned by Mr J. H. Fairbairn, licensee of the Occidental Hotel, and insured in the Yorkshire office for £2,000. Tho restaurant was leased by Mr Daniel M'Farlane, who had tho furniture insured for £650, the stock for £IOO, and the plateglass window for £4O, also in the Yorkshire Company.
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