A man who wont, to secure a. berth on board a steamer was asked how murh baggage ho had. "Fifty-four piece.--,'' was the reply. "All that?" said the clerk: "do yon take onr vessel for ,-j, cargo ship?" "Well, it's only a pack of cards and an extra pair of socks!" said the would-be passenger.
These are Exceptional Values Certainly they should be, considering they are Perfectly New and Highly Fashion-Able Coods, and have been bought at huge losses to the Warehousemen. We have fcot a lot of " Lee-way " to make up after the War Scare at the beginning of the Soason, and our Buyers have been keenly on the atert looking for JOB PARCELS; and a glimpse at the following will convince you how well they have done. Litde Things You Always Want at Prices You Will Appreciate! LADIES' HEMSTITCHED LAWN HANDKERCHIEFS, Jin hem. Special price, 6 for 1/. THE "BEATALL" GLACE SILK RIBBON, 4Jin wide; in all colors. Worth 1/ yard. Special price, B}d yard. LADIES' FANCY EMBROIDERED HANDKERCHIEFS. Special prices, 3 for 1/6, 1/9, 2/3. THE "SPECIAL" GLACE SILK RIBBON, in 35 new colorings; siin wide. Usually 1/3 yard. Special prioe, 10jd. A WHOLE STOCK OF FANCY RIBBONS.-including New Checks, Ottoman Stripes, Roman Stripes, and Tartan Eifects; all the very latest; Sin to 7in -wide. Special prices, 1/, 1/3, 1/8 yard. All "worth double. THE " OTAGO " UMBRELLA, smart crook handles and good covers. Special prices, 4/6, 7/6, 10/6 each. PRINT AND CASEMENT CLOTH OVERALL APRONS, new shape* and colors ;«ll sizes. 3/3, 3/8, 3/if* High & Rattray Sts. DUNEDIN. GEO. CROW Manager.
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