The Charm of Individuality! In the Selection of a Costume it is not alone necessary that a Dress should be beautiful, tasty, and becoming. It should aboye all be DISTINCT* In order to ensure that we have bought a hundred different Samples, each a gem, and every one different* The purchaser of any of these will never have the mortifioa* tion of seeing her dearest foe walk into church wearing a duplicate of her dress. Beautiful White [Dresses. Mo. T.— USEFUL' WHITE PIQUE FROCKS, suitable for tennis wear. 15/6. Ho. 2.—WHITE PIQUE FROCK, Medici collar and pipings of contrasting shade. 12/6, Ho. 3.— WHITE POPLIN DRESS, crossover bodice, with front fastening, low cut collar, skirt with basque effect, 6/11, No, 4. —WHITE MIDDY COSTUME, smart jumper, high waisted, two-piece skirt, 15/6, No. S.—NICE ASSORTMENT WHITE MUSLIN FROCKS, trimmed real lace, insertion and pin tucks, 10/6. No. 6.— ALL-OVER EMBRoTdTrY. DRESSES, smart styles, with basque effect. 15/6, 17/6, 22/6. No, 7.— 2 only SAMPLE LACE DRESSES, Very dainty. 35/. Ho. B— PRETTY WHITE VOILE DRESSES, richly embroidered, and trimmed lace, tucks, etc. 15/6, 17/6 to 45/. No. 9.— STYLISH WHITE PIQUE COSTUMES, well-cut coat, with belt at back ; high-waisted skirt. 21/, No. 10. —NICE ASSORTMENT OF MAIDS’ WHITE DRESSES, all sizes; ia Muslin, Voile, and Crepe; daintily trimmed. 8/11, 10/6 to 30/. Cuming’s Stores 82, 84. 86. 88 GEORGE STREET.
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