If the Ladies of South Dunedin will kindly call at the * Hub 5 they will see some Lovely Things at really very Low Prices! CHARMING SUMMER HATS. LADIES' TOWELLING HATS, now bo popular; correci shape. 4/11. PIQUE HOLIDAY HATS, new sailor enape. 4/11 eaoh. SIMILAR STYLE IN WHITE CREPE. 4/11 each. PIQUE HATS, small round shape, turoed-np brim. 3/11. ALSO, for the children: — GIRLS' PIQUE HATS, mushroom brim. 3/6 and 3/11. turned-up brim. THE SAME SHAPE IN TUSSORE SILK. 2/6 each. 2/11 each. ~\ / f Three Special Lines in "I / f / • Fashionable Neckwear. •*■ / ■ 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 ahapa; equally suitable for wearing on Costumes, Dresses, or Blouses. Worth 1/11 to 2/6. Offered at 1/ each. BOWS. The small pin-on Kbyle, in plain or striped silk; a very dainty little adornment. Worth 1/9 to 2/6. Going at 1/each. GREAT BARGAIN IN MEN'S WIDE-END SULK 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. SILVERPLATE Stock to be Sacrificed EVERY ARTICLE HEAVILY REDUCED. In view of the fact that our fine stock of English Silyerplate, comprising the most up-to-date Goods of Highest Quality is now.on tinBargain Table, we suggest that it is NOT TOO EARLY TO PURCHASE YOUR CHRISTMAS GIFTS NOW. Buy to-day, and Save Money* BREAKFAST, LUNCHEON, and DINNER CRUETS, JAMS, JELLIES, TEA and COFFEE SERVICES, CAKE FORKS, etc., etc. UNPRECEDENTED REDUCTIONS, RATTRAY STREET, DUNEDIN. sm& The Colors cf those Countries are being displayed throughout the Empire. In England, not only are they being used for Display purposes, but are tjuite tho vcgue for Fashionable Wear. Neckwear, Ties, and Bows are much worn, whi.'st the New Veiling with the Patriotic Beauty Spot Is a distinct novelty. Naturally, Handkerchiefs In the Allies' Colors are In great demand, and almost unprocurable. PIN-ON SILK BOWS, In British, Prenoh, Belgian, and Russian oolors 9d, 1/, 1/3. PATRIOTIC BLACK VEILING, with Beauty Spot of Small Flag 2/11 each. RED, WHITE, AND BLUE SILK ROSETTES 3d each. PATRIOTIC CALENDARS, vdtft Photos of Leading Ccnerals and Admirals, containing 3 Handkerchiefs. 2/11 and 3/11 the Set, TRICOLOR RIBEON, from iin tc Sin wide 3d, 3£d, «d yard. FLACS OF ALL THE ALLIES, Large oncl Small, from 3d to 10/8 oach. GEO. CROW Manager. In warm weather a quick-acting Range is beyond price to the Cook or Housewife oppressed by the heat % is one distinguishing feature of the " ORION " —its Rapid Heating. No weary waiting for Hot Water, no worry over the Oven. Every part of the Range is designed to a nicety to give perfect service. Thrift and Economy are to most people important considerations! Here again the "ORION" is pre-eminent. 80,000 Housewives in all parts of the Dominion can testify to the remarkable Fuel Economy of the Favorite— ASK YOUR IRONMONGER TO SHOW YOU ONE! H. E. SHACKLOCK, Ltd., Dunedin, Wellington, and Auckland WASTE. PAPER. WASTE PAPER FOR SALE. W Id-Lot* to Suit Pnrchaeei-s. »» Asjfr '«TAK' OF7ICB. Api WASTE PAPER. TCTASTB PAPER FOE SALE, ' » In Lota to Suit- Purchasers. Appljt .'STAB' OFFICE.
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