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Page 12 Advertisements Column 1, Issue 15674, 12 December 1914
HAWKINS'S PRICE LIST. 36TFree. —Good Enemas from 4s 6d to _ 12a 6d eacn. Address Mrs L. Hawkins, .150 George street, Dunedin. _ GBETICURA” Ointment, Is 6d; Certicura Pills, la 3d; Certicura Chilblain Ointment, Is; Hawkins’s Magic Hair Vigor, -Isl 6d bottle. X>LOOMINE is a pains “taking” remedy, ■’ ri a sure euro. ' It will relieve you in three applications. t A T.T. the difference between having painful r\ corns and not having them is sixpence —the price of Eloominc. •*TbLOOMINE," tho great Corn, Wart, and „iJ Bunion Cura. Price, 6d. everywhere, and Hawkins’s, 150 Gcorgo street. TJOUGH and Reddy Hands, Chapped Lips ,1A; and Face cured with “Spring Blossom Ointment;” Sold at Hawkins's. * CIPRING Blossom Ointment ” cures KJ Bums, Sore Eves, Soro Legs, and Irritating Eruptions. 6d and Is everywhere. TT AJDIES. cure yourselves with “Oraugo I i Blossom”; one month's treatment, sa. General agent: Hawkins, herbalist, George street. r raremnAT. Pills. Is ed: Pink Pills. _x\, is gd; Dr Bloom’s Ointment, 3s 6d; Pile Ointment. Is 6d. Hawkins’s, George street. SPRING Blossom Soap, healing, soothing, and cleansing, fragrant and refreshing; price 6d. Hawkins’s, 150 George street. rANDARIN Laundry Glare,’’ the only genuine “Chinese Glaze,” 6d and Is; everywhere. Agent- Wm. Taylor, merchant. \lfRB LOUISA HAWKINS’S Infant TeethILtX. ing Syrup, Is bottle; “infant Soothing Powders.” Is box; “Gem Worm Powders,’* Is. Hawkins’s. HAWKINS'S Sixpenny Cough Remedy cures Coughs, Colds. Croup, Whooping Cough,. Bronchitis. Trade-mark: “ Big Six.” | DIAMOND Dyes', 6d; " Dr Bloom's Com-1 plexion Pills, 4s Cd; Spring Blossom pais, 6d and Is. At Hawkins’s.
All This Season’s Newest Costumes, exquisitely beautiful, for one-half and one-third the Regular Prices! This week’s attractions are quite phenomenal ! We have been placed in a position to offer the following desirable goods—all this Season’s—all for Summer Wear—all of fenuine quality—all in rst-class styles —at prices that are simply Astoundingly Low. Immediate inspection is the only thing that will give you any real idea of the Tremendous Bargains now within your reach. 46 RADIANTA COSTUMES—Coats, MAGyar shapes, with folded black silk sash, skirts high-waisted ; in combinations of Saxe and Navy, N.avy and Saxe, Brown and Coral, Vieux Rose and Coral, and Plain Navy and Vieux Rose. Usual price, - 29/6. Price now, 8/11! 27 SMALL NEAT-SHAPE CHECK COSTUMES, of fine worsted, Magyar sleeves, detached belt round hips, with collar and buttons of black velvet, and striped Oriental silk; silk lined and with high-waisted starts. Regular price, 49/6How 21/-! 06 LATEST SILK-LINED COLONIAL TWEED, COSTUMES, local make, in the very latest shapes ; Checks, Plain Mixtures, and Navy. Former ’-'rices, £3 10/ to £ 4 10/. Prices now 32/6 to 39/6! 56 STRIPED PIOUE SKIRTS, black and grey stripes, highwaisted, with strap at back and buttoned vent at foot. Ordinary price, 10 16. Special price, 4/11! 30 doz. Ladies’ STRIPED PRINT UNDERSKIRTS, narrow frill and vent at foot. Worth 4 /iiOffered at 2/6! 20 dozen Ladies' WHITE . PIQUE • HATS, the popular shape. Regular price, 4/6. 2/11! 40 dozen WARNER’S CORSETS, with four suspenders; in white and grey, medium shape; sizes ig to 26. 8/6 Quality for 4/11! Ask to see them I Hundreds of Girls' Ready-to-wear Holiday Hats at 9d, 1/6, and 1/11£ each. .Almost Incredible!. Yet an Actual Fact! Other Sensational Offerings of Holiday Things at Merely Fractional Prices! . . ♦ . At the Favorite “ D.S.A! ” Christmas Gift Suggestions in the Fancy Department! LADIES’ HANDBAGS! A Splendid Collection of Silk, Sued©, and Morocco Handbags, in the new shapes and styles. LOVELY SILK DOROTHY BAGS, beautifully embroidered. Cream, Tussore, Drab, Shot Effects. 2/6, 3/6, 4/11, 5/6, 5/11, 6/8, 8/11. CHIC BEAD BAGS, with chains, Oriental colorings. 4/6, 9/11, 11/6, 12/11. MOROCCO LEATHER BAGS, in Envelope, Peggy, and Kodak shapes; Black and dark colors. Prices from 5/11 to 22/6. VERY HANDSOME SUEDE TRAPEZE BAGS, silk and leather lined, with or without fittings; Grey, Aide, Fawn, Brown. 7/6 to 33/6. ANTIMONY WARE! USEFUL, ORNAMENTAL, AND NOVEL DESIGNS! JEWEL AND TRINKET BOXES, round, square, oblong; lined satin, lined wood, or plain. From 1/ to 19/6. CARD. AND TRINKET TRAYS. 6d, 9d, 1/, 1/8. TEA CADDIES, unique designs. 5/11, 6/6, 7/6. PHOTO FRAMES. 2/6, 3/6, 5/6. PINCUSHIONS, ETC. DAINTY GIFT SILK PINCUSHIONS AND SACHETS. BILK-EMBROIDERED PINCUSHIONS, lovely shades. 1/6, 2/3, 2/11. HAND-PAINTED JAPA NE S E PINCUSH lONS. 6d and 9d. HANDSOME SILK HANDKERCHIEF SACHETS, daintily embroidered. 3/8 and 6/11. RADIANTA COSTUMES exactly as this picture. Regular value, 29/ G. For 8/11! NATIONAL DECORATION FLAGS! SILK UNION JACKS, loin x lOin, nionnted. Only 6cl each. SMALL SILK UNION JACKS, for decoration or buttonhole; mounted. 3 for Id, or 3d per dozen. Bargain Prices in Ladies’ Holiday Requirements! LADIES’ KID GLOVES! KID GLOVES, best makers, 2 domes, silk-ombroideerd points. 2/6. 3/3, 3/6, 3/11, 4/6, 5/6. SUEDE GLOVES, light and dressy. 3/11, 5/6. 12-BUTTON MOSQUETAIRE KID GLOVES. Black, White, 5/11, 6/6, 7/6; Colors, 6/6. WASHING DOESKIN GLOVES, strap wrist. White, 4/6; Natural 3/11. ’ FOWNES’S 2-BUTTON ARABIC DOESKIN, with spear points; Tan, Brown, Beaver, Grey. 4/11. LACE AND SILK NECKWEAR! NEWEST SILK, MUSLIN, AND PIQUE VESTEES, plain and trimmed lace. 2/11, 3/6, 4/6. BEAUTIFUL POMPADOUR SILK AND SATIN ROLL COSTUME COLLARS, newest shades. 1/9, 2/6. LACE AND MUSLIN JABOTS, FICHUS. SUNSHINE AND COSTUME COLLARS. All prices from 1/ to 9/6. HANDKERCHIEFS! IRISH AND SWISS EMBROIDERED HANDKERCHIEFS, lovely coiner and border designs. All prices from 6d to 3/6 each. EMBROIDERED HANDKERCHIEFS, in charming art boxes containing half-dozen and quarter-dozen Handkerchiefs each. Boxed quarterdozen, 9d, 1/6, 2/9, 4/6, 4/11, 5/11 per box. Boxed half-dozen, 1/6, 2/11, 3/6, 3/11, 4/11, 5/6, 8/11 per box. HANDSOME GIFT UMBRELLAS! FASHIONABLE LONG-HANDLE UMBRELLAS.—Choice, styles in table top, straight, and knob tops; on natural sticks, with enamel, gunmetal, silver. 11/6 to 19/6, LADIES’ “BOULEVARD” STEEL-STICK UMBRELLAS, very smart and neat, with stvlish crooks. 7/11 to 18/6. LADIES’ FINE SATIN-DE-CHINE UMBRELLAS, handsome crook handles, unlimited choice. From 8/11 to 19/6. DURABLE “GLORIA” UMBRELLAS, smart crooks. From 2/11 up. GIRLS’ UMBRELLAS, smart and useful. 2/11, 3/11, 4/11, 5/6. LADIES’ COLORED SILK UMBRELLAS, latest style. 12/6. Drapery Supply 105 to 115 George St. Branch at South Dunerin'.
Page 12 Advertisements Column 1, Issue 15674, 12 December 1914
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