wm *.»■*' a !*s J%« *?* ?f«* #i #> 33 I 1 Proprietor! i DanViVii'i'&nfW? EDINBURGH. SCOTLAND, a««u. NEILL&CO.Ltd. DUNEDIN. irilliant Bargains in the Show iloom MONEY SAVING! TO SAVE MONEY AND YET HAVE EVERYTHING IN DHESS— THAT IS WHAT WE OFFER YOU. SPECIAL INTEREBT TO VISITORS DURING SHOW WEEK. SMART MILLINERY, in a variety of becoming styles 17/6. WHITE PIQUE COSTUMES, smartly cutjcoat trimmed contrasting color in Vieux Rose, Saxe, and Brown} skirt has new rounded effect in front .'. 311 Q. PIQUE SPORTS SUITS, smart check ; in White and Blnok, and White and Saxe; coat with new belt 80/. SPECIAL PURCHASE OF SMART RAINCOATS, Raglan sleeves, belt across back. 29/6. SPORTS COATS, in Black and White Chock Tweed, Raglan sleeve, with belt and pockets. 27/8 and 39/6. ONE-PIECE FROCKS, smart nnd up to date, in Crepe Cloth, new basque eSect; in White, Pink, Saxo, Grey, and Brown 11/ G. 'jsnwnxcsnasiaßamxmimftwfti y^ GEO. CROW Manager, ¥HatKX3iStUMS!CKBteoaB RES3BB If the Ladies of South Dunedin will see some Lovely Things at really very Low Prices! CHARMING SUMMER BATS. LADIES' TOWELLING HATS, now so popular; correct shape. 4/11. PIQUE HOLIDAY HATS, new sailor shape. 4/11 each. SIMILAR STYLE IN WHITE CREPE. 4/11 each. PIQUE HATS, small round shape, turned-up brim. 3/11. ALSO, for the children:— GIRLS' PIQUE HATS, mushroom brim. 3/S and 3/11. LITTLE BOYS' TUSSORE POPLIN HATS, small round shape, turned-up brim. 2/6 each. THE SAME SHAPE IN TUSSORE SILK. 2/11 each. •fl / Three Special Lines in *& j 8 ■&■ / • Fashionable Neckwear. JL / « SUNSHINE COLLARS, very pretty Lace designs; pointed or square back. Worth from 2/6 to 3/6. All at 1/ each. WHITE SILK COLLARS, round shape; equally suitable for wearing on Costumes, Dresses, or Blouses. Worth 1/11 to 2/6. Offered at 1/ each. BOWS. The small pin-on style, in plain or striped silk; a very dainty littlo adornment. Worth 1/9 to 2/6. Going nt 1/ each. GREAT BARGAIN IN MEN'S WIDE-END SILK TIES. A whole window full, in all sorts of materials and colorings. Worth up to 2/6 each. Clearing at the one popular price of 1/ all round. Drapery Supply Association. NOTICE TO ADVERTISERS. ORDERS BY TELEPHONE. HXPERIENOE has shown that in the use. £}j of the- TELEPHONE ERRORS EASILY OCCUR in Words and in the Names of Persona, although the messages are read back to the sender, and occasionally there are Misconceptions in Instructions ADVERTISERS ARE REQUESTED TO WRITE THEIR ANNOUNCEMENTS, And Not to Trust to a Telephone Message, as we cannot hold ourselves lesponsible if errors occur. NOTICE TO ADVERTISERS. ORDERS P.Y TELEPHONE. OCCUR in Words and in the Names of Persons, although the messages are read back to the fender, and occasionally there are Misconceptions in Instructions. ADVERTISERS ARE REQUESTED TO WRITE THEIR ANNOUNCEMENTS, And Not to Tmst to a Telephone Message, as we cannot hold ourselves responsible ir errors occur.
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