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A Sheaf of BARGAINS at the FAVORITE "D.S.A.!" Bargain Offerings! Wondrous Value BRIEFLY TOLD—the position is this : The Warehouses have had an unsatisfactory Season in Summer Goods. The war scare—now happily over and done with —struck business with bad effect ; the weather has been wretchedly unseasonable, and altogether conditions have been unfavorable to big selling. Now, the Warehouses and Wholesale Importers must realise at any figure ! We have been prompt to take advantage of the JOB PRICES quoted, and have secured some of the best of the CLEARING LINES at such prices as seem to us " mighty good " ! These are the Logical Reasons why, in the middle of I Summer, we are able to offer such Astounding Bargains in the Newest Goods ! In the Millinery Dept. A Gigantic Purchase of Two Warehouse Stocks I Reaching iQS dozen of LADIES' AND GIRLS' HATS. All to be sold at a QUARTER OF THE USUAL PRICES ! The principal lots arc: — 59 dozen LADIES' FINE TAGAL HATS, all fresh and in I the popular shapes ; in Black, Tuscan, White, Saxe, Cinnamon, Brown, Champagne, Terra Cotta, Navy, j and Teal. Worth from S/i Ito n/6. AH to go at 4/6. 8 dozen LADIES' READY-TO-WEAR HATS, various kinds, with Tagal brims and crowns of soft satin and floral chiffon ; also Ribbon Hats in Navy, Black, Champagne, Saxe, White, etc. Worth io/6 to 17/6. AH now for 4/6 each. 35 dozen GIRLS' MUSHROOM.STRAW, RUSH, CHIP, and PEDAL READY-TO-WEAR HATS. Worth from 2/6 to 3/11. Clearing price, 9d each. 60 dozen GIRLS' AND MAIDS' FINE PEDAL STRAW AND BRAZILIAN READY-TO-WEAR HATS. Worth from 3/11 to 5/6. Marked 1/11| a" round. L 22 dozen TRIMMED READY-TO-WEAR GIRLS' AND MAIDS' PALM HATS, for holiday wear, sailor shapes. Worth q/6. For 1/11£ each. .5 dozen GIRLS' AND MAIDS' TAGAL HATS, in Champagne, White, and Black. Beautiful goods ! Usually 7/6. Now 2/6 each. Also 102J dozen FLOWERS, consisting of Roses, Poppies, Posies, and Mounts. To be cleared at 6d, 9d, and 1/. SPECIAL !" 12 dozen only of the NEW GIANT VELVET POPPIES, the latest thing in Flowers ! Worth 2/11. All for 1/6 each. In the Dress Dept. A SPECIAL TABLE OF SMART AND FASHIONABLE DRESS MATERIALS OFFERED AT 1/1 1£ PER YARD ALL ROUND, Including all the newest shades in Fawns, Sand, Cinnamon, Champagne, Tabac, and Light Mole. The weaves consist of Wool Poplins, Wool Ottoman, Wool Taffetas, Silk and Wool San Toys, and Cashmeres. All 42m wide. Worth 2/6, 2/11, VsOffered at 1/11£ per yard. IF UNABLE TO CALL, PLEASE WRITE FOR SAMPLES. In the Manchester Dept. Two Job Purchases of Summer Dress Materials! They are so beautiful that Ladies won't be able to resist buying at eighteen pence a yard ! LOT 1.—37 pieces RATINE AND SPONGE CLOTHS at a big discount. These include all the newest colorings, such as Brown, Saxe Blue, Navv, Tan, Vieux Rose, Grey, Tuscan, Coral, Pink, etc. 'These are all double width, and are worth from i/ii.V to 2/11 per 3ard. Now all one price, 1/6 per yard. T 2.—20 pieces DOUBLE-WIDTH SILK-FINISHED POPLIN, in Apricot, Navy, Tussore, Brown, Grey, Saxe Blue, etc. Usual price, 1/11 A. Special" price, 1/6 per yard. Here Follow Novelties and Some New Goods! JUST RECEIVED, SAMPLE LOT OF PRINTED ART BEDSPREADS, bought at a big discount. These are in fast colors on White grounds, and are most attractive and artistic. Single Bed sizes, 5/6, 6/11, 7/11. Double Bed sizes, 7/11, 9/S, 10/9, 15/6, Splendid Values but NOT Clearances In the Fancy THE NEW ROLL COSTUME COLLAR. VERY STYLISH. WHITE PIQUE, with plain or hemstitched borders. 9d, i/i 1/3. WHITE MUSLIN, trimmed lace. 1/, 1/S, 1/9, 2/6, POMPADOUR MUSLIN, with plain White borders. 9d, 1/3. COLORED SATIN, Saxe, Rose, Terra. 1/9. LOT LADIES' ELBOW-LENGTH GLACE KID GLOVES (our Famous "Lily"), with two dome fasteners, all sizes ; Beaver, Tan, Brown, and Grey. Were ;/6. This lot offered at 5/11. A efcr**»tfk George Street. Zm,\J>3 Branch at South Dunedin.

Mrs Elizabeth Spratt, an old- lady at Erdington, near Birmingham, who is 83, has no fewer than 27 grandsons and grandsons-in-law who are wearing khaki, the majority being at the front. She has a number of gvand-nephowa, who are also in the Army.

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 1, Issue 15667, 4 December 1914

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 1 Issue 15667, 4 December 1914

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