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BOOTS. CRICKET, BOATING, and TENNIS, Groat Variety. PUBLIC NOTICES. LATEST SUMMER SHIPMENTS. WHY GO FARTHER AND PARE WORSE? Ladies' Whito Canvas Ankle Bar and Court Shoes Bostock White Nubuck Ankb Bar and Button Shoes 15! White Canvas Button Shoes Fr SPECIAL LINES.-Ladies' Glace Ox. Shoes, up to date, 13s 9d N< Gents' Glace Bals Fr 15s 6d, 22s 6d, 25s From lis 6d ' Now 8a 9d From 13s 9d to 27s &1 MANY OTHER HIGH-GRADE LINES AT REDUCED PRICES. SIMON BROS., GEORGE STREET (NEAR OCTAGON). ARTHUR BARNETT, LTD. BEGIN PULLING DOWN IN THREE WEEKS! SHOW ROOM TO BE DEMOLISHED. ALL STOCK MUST BE SOLD UTTER DISREGARD OF VALUES. LATE ADVERTISEMENTS. PINES, PINES. PINES, PINES. 5.000 Sweet Pines 3d each lananas (Rip:) 40, 30, and 24 for Is Hums for Oookviff 3d lb NEW POTATOES. NEW POTATOES. 2 tons Extra Choice New Potntocs, 51b fer Is. J7l G. 'ESSEX AND CO., SPECIAL SALE BEAUTIFUL WHITE MUSLIN DRESSES. Sale prices, 4s lid, 6s lid, 6s lid, and Theso make most Useful and Acceptable BUILDERS TAKE CHARGE IN JANUARY. LADIES' RAIN COATS, for Travelling or Nest Winter. Sale price, 12s 6d and 22s 6d. KIRKPATRICK AND Worth more than double. BARCLAY, BEFORE THE BRICKS DROP, BEFORE THE DUST FLIES. Tafi SPE ciALISTS, FIXTURES MUST BE EMPTIED. See the Table of DAINTY CHILDREN'S WEAR. You choice. 3s lid. SUPERB ENGLISH TAILOR-MADE COSTUMES, Silk-lined. Usual price, 70s, Sals price, 29s 6d. _ A WINDOW DISPLAY EXTRAORDINARY. A VERY MARVEL OF CHEAPNESS. EVERYTHING IN THE DRESS WINDOW. Your choice, Is yard. Including BLACK MERV SILKS, PURE TUSSORE SILKS, Double-width Frosted Crepes, and Beautiful Double-width Ratine Checks. Your choice, Is yard. HEAVY HERRINGBONE DOUBLE-BED SHEETING. Sale price, Is yard, QIC REDUCTIONS IN ALL FANCY LINENS, FLANNELETTES, CALICO-, and CRETONNE. Your choice, 3|d yard. BEAUTIFUL PICTURE TRAY COVERS. Your choice, Is. THE SPINNING WHEEL LACE BORDERED TRAY CLOTHS AND PILLOW SHAMS. Bizo 18 xlB inch ... ... Sine 20 i 20 inch Sizo 18 x 27 inch ... ~ Size 30 x 30 inch .., .. Size 32 x 32 inch Size 38 x 36 inch ... ... ,„ .., lOd each, ~, ~, Is 4d each. lfl lid each. ~ ... 2s 6d each. CHRISTMAS PRESENTS. THE SPECIALISTS, 65 PRINCES STREET. THE FOLLOWING, FOR VALUE, ARE ABSOLUTELY UNBEATABLE. FRENCH KDD GLOVES, any shade. Sale price, 2i 6d, SPLENDID QUALITY FABRIC GLOVES. Sale price, lO^d. DAINTY NECKWEAR. Sale price, 9d. BLACK RIBBED, PLAIN, and CASHMERE STOCKINGS, Pure Wool. Sale price, is 3d. HEMSTITCHED HANDKERCHIEFS. Sale price, 2d, 3d, and 4d. ALL RIBBONS ARE MARKED DOWN TO HOT SALE PRICES. JAPANESE NOVELTIES HALF-PRICE. DOLLS, BEARS, BALLS, CARTS, ENGINES, TRAINS, ANIMALS, AND FUNNY BUGS AT REBUILDING PRICES. ARTHUR BARNETT, LTD. THE PEOPLE'S DRAPERS. PRESENTS FOR BABIES AT ■\ AND E. W ATKINS', ■' PRINCES STREET. BABYLINEN IN GREAT. VARIETY. WBACCONIST AND HAIRDRESSER'S AN IMPRESSION MADE IMPRESSIONABLE TIME BUSINESS FOR SALE, in Centre of City. Is *''* Lasting. Only small capital required. Apply BOX 124, P. 0., DUNEDTN. j ——: : NOW, IF EVER, IS THE TIME WHEN FRESH INTEREST IN THE MILLINERY I OUR WA^g Jy FOfmVRAR CAJf „,_ SECTION AT MOLLISONS. AN EXCEPTIONAL OFFERING FOR THIS WEEK ONLY. WELL SUPPLD2D. LOVELY TRIMMED HATS AT BARGAIN L^ r( S^ i and BUCKSKIN PRICES. bilUtts, in straps, buttons, or laces. Prices, 8s 6d, 10s 6d, 13s 6d, 16s 6d 'B' PRETTY HATS TO TRIM AT GIFT 6d, 22s 6d. PRICES. SEASIDE AND HOLIDAY HATS LESS THAN HALF-PRICE. TO-MORROW WE OFFER 130 Charming Trimmed Hats, exclusive models, no two alike, all representative of the very latest stylo for midsummer ivear. Tho true value is from 30a to 425. Our price this week is 10s 6d each. TO-MORROW WE OFFER 430 Pretty Untrimmed Hats, in tagal and chip, latest colorings, correct shapes, including " Dolly Vardcn" and sailor styles; a fine variety of the highest-class goods. Usual prices range from 5s 6d to 10s 6d. Our price this week, all 2s 6d each. TO-MORROW WE OFFER 260 Ladies' Holiday and Seaside Hats, in correct shapes and shades. Worth 3s 6d. Our price this week, all Is each. TO-MORHOW WE OFFER 400 Children's and Maids' "Sunshine." "Beach" and "Picnic" Hats, all .roodquality straws, correct shapes, comfortable, pretty, and a perfect Bhado. Usually 2s "6d. Price tins week, all 6d j each. j GREAT SUNSHADE VALUES. j 120 Ladies' Fancy Silk Parasols, all pure! Silk, in fancy and plain coverings, the new long handles, quaint designs. Usually 15s. Prico this week, 6s 6d. 160 Children's Prilled Sunshades, in plain blue, 2s lid, for Is each. MOLLISONS LTD., End of Penny Section, George street. PORT CHALMERS TO THE FRONT. SUCH a large demand for my XMAS HAMS, I am compelled to RAISE THE PRICES to lOd per lb. LAMB, BEEF, and MUTTON at less than Duncdin quotations. T. J. HARRISON, Butcfce?. Ladies' GLACE and PATENT STRAP SHOES, in a large variety and best shapes. Prices, 13s 6d. 15s 6d, 16s 6d, 17s 6d, 18s &1, to 21s. Ladies' GLACE LACE SHOES, in latest knob toea and short fronts. Prices, 13s Gd, 15s 6d, 17s 6d, 18s 6d, 21s. 22s 6d. Ladies' TAN WILLOW LACE SHOES, in knob toes and stout soles. Prices 18s 6d, 21s, 22s 6d. Ladies' PATENT LACE SHOES, in beat sbapts and qualities. Prices, 18s 6tl, 21s, 22s 6d, 255. Ladies' PATENT LACE SHOES, with TAN GLACE TOPS, knob toes. Price, 22s 6d. Also Bcots, 255. W.^L? '» • la Lots to Suit Purchasers. Apply 'STAR' .OFFICE, TO-MORROW—LAST DAY OF THESE STARTLING REDUCTIONS In the 3© times, when money is so scarce, and most people find it difficult to mako ends meet, you will find it to your advantake to purchase your FOOTWEAR at the CITY BOOT PALACE. SPECIAL REDUCTIONS. Tho following are a few of the BEST BARGAINS EVER OFFERED:— Ladies' Patent or Glaco Bar Shoes, highraised toes, Cuban heels. Were 16s 6d. Reduced price, 123 6d. Ladies' Patent Court Shoes, neat buckles, smart toon, Cuban heels. Were 16s 6d. Reduced price, 12s 6d. Ladies* Lace or Derby Shoes, round toes. Were 12s 6d. Reduced price, 8s lid. Ladies' Grey or Champagno Canvas Shoes, lace or court. Were 9s 6d. Reduced price, 4s lid Girls' Tan Strap Shoes, 7 to 10. Were 5s 6d. Reduced price, 3s lid. Men's G!aco Bah., round toes, fair stitched. Were 17s Gd. Reduced price, 13s 6d. Men's Box Calf Bnls., kid leg, round toes. Were 17s 6d. Reduced prioe, 13s 6d. Men's Tan Willow Lace Bals., round toes. Wcro 19s 6d. Reduced price, 14s 6d. Men's Strong Chrome Bals., round toes. From lis 6d io 14s 6d. Youths' Chrome Bals., round toes, 3 and 4. 10s 6d. Men's Tennis Shoes, chrome toles. Were 12s 3d. Reduced price, 9s 6d. Men's Box Calf Shoes, round toe*. From 14s 6d. CITST BOOT PALACE, CORNER OF GEORGE AND ST ANDREW STREETS. ■%*rHTTE Paper for Wrapping-up For Sale. T» Apply 'Star' Office, Bond street. LOST AND FOUND. JL/ reward. 341 Cumberland street. LOST, Pirjc-and-grey Parrot Beware! resuming 3 Anderson street, Cavershuni. LOST. —Would Lady who picked up Silver Belt Castle street leep kindly leave at 719 Ciunberland street. LCST. small Grey Purse, containing monev; reward. Office, Arthur Barnett, Ltd. LOST (Wednesday), Bjick Collie ] named " Crag ": collar No. 276 (with padlock); reward. Wilkinson, Royal terrace. HOLIDAY RESORTS. "JVrUGGETS, Miolyneux.—Mlrs Campbell's, .lA Seaside Accommodation; trap meets passengers at Romahapa on application. Telephone Tokata. ST. LEONARDS - TBurkes Station).—Now Bungalow 4-roomed Furnished House; bathroom, etc.; well-stocked garden; tenant wanted till end of March; rent 20s. Box 266. EASJDE Cottage, 5 Rooms (furnished, To r^i Let Waitati, fronting railway (near Michie's); rent £1 10s. Park, Reynolds. GLACE TOPS, knob toes. Price, 22s 6d. GOVERNMENT NOTICES. DEPARTMENT OP AGRICULTURE, DUNFDIN. -A. DISTRIBUTION TO BAKERS will arrive in Dunedin on or about* sth DBOBMFOR VARIETY, STYLE, AND E'ER*. Applications will be received by mo mini fr\t from Bakers in Dunedin and Suburbs up to QUALITY SATURDAY, the sth inst. Applicants thould state in writing particular* of their output ■DTiT'ic-p /hit m . of bread during the last three, months, and VAhh ON also the q Ußn tities of flour- they have on-hand or which they have arranged' to purchase. Delivery will be at the Railway Station, ISLIP AND "Wi.TT, o^edin - Terms on * p s^|^/ District Agent. BOOT MERCHANTS, Deceniber 2, 1914. 1« UJiUKIiIS BXKJSET. J.ECTU RES. OCTAGON HALL. N AUSTRALIAN'S VE3W OP PROHTBTnON," • By Rev. PEffiCY KNIGHT, B.A. (ChristW ANTED Known—That Billheads, Or- „^„ m „,«?««*>»* , , culars, Card*, Trogrtumai*, and Ge«e- NEXT SUNDAY, at 3 p.m. ral Printing of every description are executed Everyone should, hear this racy, fluent speaker. at tho 'Evening Star' Office at Moderate Illustrated Lecture on 'Dante next Monday Price*. v Night, Octagon Hall,

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 3, Issue 15667, 4 December 1914

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