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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' Bostock White Poplin Button Boots and Nubuck White Shoes. ' • t Also Special Lines Ladic* 1 Bex Calf Derby Shoes, usually 13s 9d—now 8s 9d; Ladies Box Calf Shoes, usually 17s 6d—now 11b 9d; Gents' Glace English Shoes, usually 22s 6d—now 16s 6d; Gents' Box Calf Bals, usually 16s 6d—now 13s 9d. simon~~bros., GEORGE STREET (NEAR OCTAGON). We do Repairs; best workmanship. " LEST YOU FORCET." TO-MORROW IS HOSPITAL SATURDAY. TENTH ANNUAL STREET COLLECTION. THE CREAT CALA AND FLORAL DAY OF THE YEAR. Everyone's privilege and opportunity to HELP SUFFERING WOMEN, CHILDRF.N, and MEN in Belgium and our own Town and Neighborhood. A TRULY MAGNIFICENT SHOW OF FLOWERS from tho North Island, etc. Also, of DELICIOUS SWEETS for SALE by Ladies at their Handsomely Decorated Tables. PROMENADE CONCERTS.—II to 1 p.m., by CARRIE MOORE, of tho BrennanFuller Company; from 1 p.m., by the Orphans' Club; School Bands and Scouts Meet at 2 p.m. Nt Octagon and March to Triangle; 2.30 to 3.30, Maypole and Scotch Dances, at Trianglo (Admission by Silver Coin); Special Singing by Overseas Ladies' Club in Belgian Costumes, and other Special Attractions in the City and St. Clair. Your CONTRIBUTIONS will be DIVIDED anion" Belgian Relief Fund, Dunodin Hospital's Consumptive Treatment, Patients' and Prisoners' Aid Society's Fund far reluit of Consumptive Patients' Familicr, etc, St. John Ambulance Association's Trained Nurse Ministering' to tho Sick Poor in their Homos, and three other Local Medical Charities.

SPECIAL SALE THE SPINNING WHEEL LACE BORDERED TRAY CLOTHS AND PILLOW SHAMS. Is -4d each. Is lid each. 2s 6d each. These make most Useful and Acceptable CHRISTMAS PRESENTS. KIRKPATRICK AND BARCLAY, THE SPECIALISTS, 65 PRINCES STREET. ECLECTIC. Thi.; brand of Boots and Shoes is of spscial interest to men. They combine three requisite features in FOOTWEAR—DURABILITY, ELEGANCE, and COMFORT. A NEW SHIPMENT JUST ARRIVED. LADIES' WHITE SHOES. We hate just received 36 pairs of Ankle-bar Shoes. Price 8s 6d. Also another line at 10s 6d. White Buckskin 2-Button Shoe, 18s 6d. Whito Is'ubuck, Ankle Bars, 16s 6d. LADIES' ANKLE-BAR AND COURT An almost endless variety, nil shapes, from 13s 6d to 21s. Patent and Glace Kid BOYS' AND GIRLS* SHOE-ETTES, Leather soles and heels, also with chrome soles for school or holidays. LADIES' LACE WALKING SHOES. SHOES. Our stock numbers 328 and 460, at 13s 6d and 14s 6d. ■ Wo can recommend to any purchaser. Men's Chrome Hide G'ookhams. Ask for No. 820 at 21s per pair. ISLIP AND WATT, 148 GEORGE* STREET. JATRIOTIC Display To-morrow at Mollisons Corner; a stirring find interesting exhibition. _ Don't jmiss it. TBS WILLIAMS, Stafford street, has L Jarge stock Gente' Second-hand Evening and Sao Suits For Sale cheap. "OLLISONS Comer will be the centre of '. attraction to-morrow. H.M. the- King, Lord Kitchener, and John Bull are included in the exhibits. HOW-TIMB Shirts for Men, all weights. Zealand Clothing Faotory. S HOW-TIMB Shirts for Men, all weights. 5» 6d, 6* 6d u 7i 6d, 8s 6d, lis 6d. New Zealand Clothing Factory. HOW/mDH Straws for Men, the very O smartest, 6s 6d. 8s 6d, 8s 6d, lie 6d. NewZsoland Clothing Factory. S~HOW-TTMIS Straws for Men, the very smartest, 6s 6d, 8s 6d, 9s 6d, lis 6d. New Zealand Clothing Factory. Nc. 10 is a Httlo dearer than 'Yt most wlitoiles, but 13 worth tha money. OtMSONB Oorosr will bo tie centre of attraction to-morrow. H.M. the King, Lrrfd Kitchener, and John Bull are included in the exhibits. '/CHATTERBOX,' 'Our Darlings,' :Boys' \j and Girls' Annuals,' ' Chums,' ' Scout,* 'Young England,' eve. ( Duncan and Simpson, booksellw%

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 3, Issue 15661, 27 November 1914

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