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LATE ADVERTISEMENTS. NO WONDER WE DO THE TRADE. THE OLD FIRM LEADS! DREADNOUGHT SALE PROVING A HUGE SUCCESS. Other Shipments just landed ex lonic, including Ladies' Rostock White Poplin Button Boots and Nubuck White Shoes. Also Special Lines Ladififl Box Calf Derbv Shoes, usually 13s 9d—now 8s 9d; Ladies' Box Calf Shoes, usually 17s 6U—now 11k 9cl; Gents' Glace English Shoes, usually 22s Gd—now 16s Gel: Gents' Box Calf Bals, usually 16s 6d—now 13s 9d. SIMON~BROS„ GEORGE STREET (NEAR OCTAGON). We'do Repairs; bsst wotkmanship. A CHEAT EVENT MOLLISONS LTD. SHILMNC DAY. TO-MORROW (SATURDAY) TO-MORROW THOUSANDS OP USEFUL ARTICLES AND PIECE GOODS WILL BE OFFERED AT ONE SHILLING EACH, and ONE SHILLING PER YARD. EVERY DEPARTMENT REPRESENTED. EVERY LINE AN ABSOLUTE BARGAIN. A DAY OF SURPRISES. A DAY TO BE REMEMBERED. SEVEN LARGE WINDOWS FILLED TO OVERFLOWING WITH A GREAT COLLECTION OF NEW GOODS ALL PRICED AT ONE SHILLING FOR ONE DAY ONLY. Electric Display To-night from 7 to 9.50. 12 Hours of Bargain-giving—from 9 a.m. io 9 p.m. To-morrow. " We've got the ships, we've got. the men''— Just make the old song true: Do business NOW, as usual: then We'll hav>: "the money, too." MAKE IT YOUR BUSINESS TO VISIT MOLLISONS TO-MORROW. Appended are Some of the Bargain Offerings all at ONE SHILLING.

Ladies* Longcloth Camisoles, trimmed Val. lace and embroidery—2s 6d. For Is each. Ladies' Longcloth Knickers, closed. trimmed embroidery—2s Get. For Is pair. Children's While FlanneleLle Knickers, closed, trimmed Torchon lace, sizes 1 io S—2s to 2s 9d. For Is pair. Children's White Longcloth Knickers, closed shapes, trimmed embroidery, sizes 1 to K—ls Ud to ,3s 6d. A'd Is vnvlr. Ladies' White Linen and Holland Cooking Aprons, full size—ls 9d to 2s 9d. All Is each. Ladies' Colored Print find Drill Working Aprons—ls 9d. For Is each. Ladies' odd Corsets ilO pairs only), sizes 18. 19. 20—Is 6d to 10s 6d. For Is pair. Ladies' Brassier*, 36in bus I :15 pairs only)— 4s C-J. For Is pair. Children's Washing Blouses, in navy and butcher striper: fit girls four to nine years—ls 6cl. For Is each. Girl'' X.ivv Stockinette Bloomers, sizes 2 to 6—2s 6.1 to 3s lid. All Is pair. Ladies' Ribbed Underveris. short sleeves ('.samples)—ls lid. For Is. Lot of Lovely Millinery Flowers—3s 6d. For Is spray. Lot of (he latest Ladies' Untrimmed Straw Hats—3s 6tl. For Is each. 35 only Ladirs' Ready-to-wear Hats—ss 64 For Is each. Ladies' and GirU' Holiday and Picnic Hats. correct shapes, in white and Tuscan—2s Ud For Is each. 48 Ladies' owl Girls' New Java Straw Hats (a splendid seaside hit)—worth 3s 6d. All Is each. A few Ladies' White Embroidered Skirts. wide shapes—l2; 6d. For Is. 120 good Clothes Brushes, with embossed antimony tops—2s 6d. For Is each. • good Bristle Hair Brushes, slightly damaged—worth 2s 6d. For Is each. A few Ladies' Blouses, good shapes, bright colors—2s Ud to 5s lid. All Is each. 4 dozen pretty Antimony Trays, quaint designs—worth 2s 6d. All Is each. Lot of Ladies' and Girls' Tweed Hats, new shapes (suitable for evening and seaside wear) —worth 3s 6d. All Is each. 9 pieces Amazons and Sedan Dress Cloth, 42in. in new greens only—3s 6d. Foils yard. 20 ends Mid-dark Costume Materials—2s Ud to 4s 6d. All Is yard. 2 pieces onlv Union .Suiting, black-and-white strip?, 42in—2o lid. For Is yard. 28 pieces good Tussore Silk—2s. For Is yard. 6 pieces 27in Jan Silk, in new greens—--2s 3d. For Is yard. 3 pieces Sniped Pirjue, 40iu. in saxe and white, black and white, and grey and white. All Is yard. 28-inch White Pique. *oii make: fine and heavy cords: a bargain. 1> yard. Kmbos.-ed Antimony .Jewel Boxes, slightly damaged— U G.l. All Is c.:ch. Lot Girls' and Mails' Coilcgiate Straw Hals, wide brim'-, superb quality, all sizes—worth 4s 6d. A'! Is each. ' Lot Ladies" and Girls' Mushroom Hats (for holiday wrari—iruallv 2? lid. All Is 150 Ladies' French Vani.iy Set-, comprising | 1 Celluloid Hand Mirror. 1 pair Sjtlc Combs. 1 piir Hair Clasps. 1 Hair Slide. All Is =et. 350 Tea Cosies, covered floral sateen—2.-. For Is each. Lacc-trimmcd Ducbcssc Sets—2s. For Is. Lace-cdged Frilled Fillow Cases, Horroclwcs' —2s. For Is each. Nightdress Casrs (soiled!—2s. For Is each. Brush and Comb Bags isoflcdi— 2s. For lg each. 500 Yokohama Mats, good designs, 27in x 54in—2=. For Is each. ALL THE ABOVE LOTS PRICED AT ONI TO-MORROW (SATURDAY) A DAY" 1 IMPOR' IN CONJUNCTION WITH THE ABOVE ROOMS THE FOLLOWING VERY SPECI. AN ATTRACTIVE AND 3G Ladies' Trimmed Hals, ail charming styles—usually 21s to 355. Price Tomorrow. 10s 6d each. ISO Ladies' Ready-to-wear Hats: all London's latest—usually 10s 6d to 21s. Price To-morrow. 4s lid each. A few Exclusive Trimmed H:its: English models .no two alike) —worth 455. Price To-morrow. 21s. 84 Ladies' Washing Crepe and Cotton-Cash-mere S!ip-o;i Overall', in self colors: indispensable for home wear. Price Tomorrow. 2s 6d each. IRO Ladies' New Crops Washimr BIou;cs: latest American cut; all leading shades, medium and large sizes—worth 6s 6rl. Price To-morrow, 2s Ud. 52 Ladies' One-piece Frocks, in white embroidered muslin and lawn: just the thing for holiday and seaside wear: with Peter Pan collars—worth 12s 6d. Price To-morrow, 5s Ud. ALWAYS REMEMBER THAT FOP. NO PLAC MOLL END OF PENNY SECTION-. rant absolutely Pure Sugar of Milk for Baby's Food, ask for Seal Brand. EK" of taste, ot culture make their Cigarettes from Red Jacket Tobacco. A'WA.T with dull cart and sorrow! Watsen's No. 10 brings comfort and a brighter outlook. WANTED Known—Free Gifts for hard times. The Westminster Free Gift Scheme for Regent Cigarettes is a genuine one. To give collectors a start, the adver-

72-inch Grey Herringbone Sheeting, Is yard. Good Unbleached Irish Table Damask—ls 9d. For Is yard. Large size Grey Turkish Towels. Is each. 40 Youns Ladies' Shoulder-strap Pnrs.es, jrood qualities—3s 6d. Now Is each. 12 dozen good Screw-back Hnir Rmshrs (suitable for hotels, and bonvdinji-'nouies) —usually ?,s. Pries to-morrow. Is oaoVi. 1 Ladies' Black Embroidered Hose, light j weight, seamless—2s. For Is pair. Ladies' Tan and White Fancy Hose (samples)—worth 2s 3d. AH Is pair. Ladi?s/ twc-donie Fine Lisle Glovrf.. in pastel, grey, white, and black. All 1b pair. Children's Cashmere Three-quarter Hose, tai; and black, all sizes. All Is pair. Ladies' Fine Black Cashmere Hose, plain, all wool—worth 1? 9d. All Is pair. !5 onlv Ladies' New Sunshades—usually 3s 6d* to l?s 6d All Is each. 200 Children's Frilled Sunshades, trood quality, in blue only—usually 2s lid. All U each. ;-inch Black-and-white .Striped Silk Ribbons —usually Is 6d. All Is yard. \ Picture Barsrain: 150 Imperial Photogravures, mounted, size 31in x 21ii>: a fine collection of delightful nnd artistic subject'!; each otto a study—wotth 3; 6d. Al! Is each. j.ice Neckwear, in oliaiminq: styles —usually Is 6d to 3s 6d. All Is each. j.idic» Colored Silk and Satin Ties and Bows-u-ually Is. 6d to 2s lid. All Is each. i'ure Silk Merv. Ribbons, in newest shades. Gin wide—usually 1~ 6d to 2s 6d. All Is yard. ")ltoni:in Sill: Ribbons, s:n wide, all newest shades—usually Is 6d and 2=. All Is yard. Vcity Torchon Lace, various widths—usually 2s 6rl. All Is dozen yards. .ndir-' lllonse Bells the latest, in tinsel, white kid. and black patent)—usually Is lid and 2s 6d. All Is each. Children's Tan Leather Tunic Belts—usually 2s All Is each. jovely Vcilins=, black and colors—usually Is lid. All Is yard. /ovelv Fancy Frillincs ('quite the latest)— usually is 9d. All Is yard. riiildren's color - bordered Handkerchiefs. Ail Is per dozen. .adies' Fine Lawn Hems! itched Handkerchief?—worth 2;-. Nov.- Is per halfdozen. in-wide Swiss Embroidery and Insertions—usually 9d yard. Now 3yds for Is. Swiss Embroideries, Sin to 6in wido —worth 6d and Sri vard. Now 4yd* for Is. .o: Ladies' Haudbaps (all good sizes, slightly soiled)—worth 3s 6d to 7s 6d. Alt Is each. !4 only Children's New Fancy Handbags (■suitable for present)—worth 2s 6d. All Is each. .oi Pure Glycerine Toilet. Snap—usually 6d i cake. Now 6 cakes for Is. Jen's Straw Boaters, narrow brims, all I sizes—ss 6d. For Is. Joys' Tweed Peter Pan Hats—2s. For Is. Joys' Summer Washim; Hats, white and colored—ls. tlen's Fashionable Tweed Caps—2s 6d. For is. den's Pure Wool Cashmere Socks—ls 6d. For Is. Men'.- Superior Working Braces—ls 6d. For Is pair. 'leu's Wide-end Silk Ties—2*. For Is each. den'* Real Irish Lawn Handkerchiefs— Three for Is. i -ct of Boys' Tweed Peter Pan Hats, jnod quality (right for holiday wear) —worth 2s 6d. All Is each. ONE SHILLING FOR TO-MORROW Y. )F SURPRISES AT MOLLISONS.' 'ANT ! ~\VK WILL OFFER IN THE SHOW ,L LOTS. EACH LOT ENUMERATED GENUINE BARGAIN. >1 Ladies' Black Dress Skirts, in Ottoman poplin; newest two-piece shape, tailor cut; trimmed fancy buttons—worth 17s 6d. Price To-morrow. 8s 6d. SO Ladies' Tailor-made Wnsiiinp; Costumes, in black-and-white striped cord pique: lat'.st cuts; coats lined—worth 50s. Price To-morrow. 255. 13 only Lovely White Pique Dresses and Costumes: fashion's latest. Piicc Tomorrow, 255. i 3 Ladies' Crept; (hie - piece Washing Dresses: a charming selection. Price To-morrow, 15s. L2 only Ladies' Tailor-made Costumes, in navy coating serge, lined; always useful, always dressy— worth 655. Price To-morrow, 355. GENUINE BARGAINS THERE'S B LIKE SON S." EORGE STREET, DUNEDIN. >XE Ouinea.— The Dot value iri Men's Boots; we «p his. New Zealand Clothing Factory. BVARDRI Raincoats.—The best monevcan buy; Men's. Youth's, Bovs'; 21 sizes, few Zealand Clothing Factory. MTEN'S Smartly-cut Sac Suits, 47s 6d, .TJL 555, 59s 6d, 655; the value unequalled. Tew Zealand Clothing Factory. BOWLERS and Cricketers.—White Flanrrel Trouseis. 10« 6d, 12s 6d, 15s 6d,

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 3, Issue 15655, 20 November 1914

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