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For Elderly Ladies! Nice Silk Capes, Useful Alpaca Coats, Handsome Silk Mantles and Jackets, Becoming Black Bonnets and Hats in Great Variety. CHARMING BLACK SILK MANTLES, In Plain and Corded Silks, handsomely trimmed braid, eto HANDSOME BLACK SILK COATS, very stylish goods, In newest shapes - ... MATRONS’ BLACK SILK GOATS, In Plain and Ottoman Silks, richly trimmed ; O.S. and E.O.S. ... BLACK LUSTRE AND ALPACA DUST COATS, In broche and plain material; all sizes DARK GREY RAINCOATS, in Raglan and Amerioan shapes; specially imported tf 35/6 to 59/6 37/6 to £3 15/ 52/6 to 63/ 18/6 to 35/ 29/6 to 45/ LARGE ASSORTMENT OF DRESS SKIRTS, in Cloth and Serge; new shapes, smartly trimmed LADIES’ BLACK LUSTRE SKIRTS, fashionable shapes, smartly trimmed braid, etc SMART NAVY AND BLACK COSTUMES, In Serge, very stylish; W. and O.S. sizes MILLINERY TOQUE HATS, Crinoline and Tagal Straws; trimmed tulle, feathers, etc VERY CHOICE CRINOLINE TOQUES; smart, comfortable shapes ... DRESSY BONNETS, In best Crinoline Straw ; trimmed tips, ospreys, and jet SMARTLY-TRIMMED BONNETS, In comfortable shapes; trimmed merv. ribbon, tips, posies, etc. ... 8/11 each 12/6 to 21/ 37/6 to 63/ 15/6 to 25/ 8/11 to 12/6 17/6 17/6 14/6 14/6 Cuming’s Stores.

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Page 10 Advertisements Column 2, Issue 15673, 11 December 1914

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Page 10 Advertisements Column 2 Issue 15673, 11 December 1914

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