mas Bargains Now Showing at the Gifts for Children of All Ages. TOYS! TOYS! TOYS! LOVELY DOLLS, from little ones to life size. Prices, 6d to 49/6 each. ENGLISH SOLDIER'S HELMET, GUNS, SWORDS. All 6d each. SOLDIER AND CONDUCTOR SETS. 1/9 to 3/6. Great variety in MECHANICAL TOYS. 1/, 1/9, 2/ to 15/6. RAILWAY TRAINS AND RAILS. From 10£ d to 12/6. BLOCKS AND BRICKS FOR BUILDING. 6d, 9d, 1/. WONDERFUL COLLECTION OF TEDDY BEARS, FELT AND PLUSH ANIMALS for the little folks. 3d, 6d, 1/, 1/9 up. CINEMATOGRAPHS. From 2/11 to 15/ each. TEA SETS, DINNER SETS, BALLS, CROQUET AN2 TENNIS SETS, RATTLES, TOPS, WKtt i SKBPPiNC ROPES, and all Season's Novelties. 5,000 JAPANESE CRASS PICNIC BASKETS, all sizes. 8d each. • ■lt m, 35 only left of the SMART SPONGE CLOTH SPORTS COATS ; Tango, Cerise, Lime, Brown, and Copper. 11/6 each. MERCERISED POPLIN SPORTS COATS, new shape; belted In Cerise, Tango, Cinnamon, Cream, Black, Navy, etc., etc. 22/6 each. NEW INVERNESS CAPES, trimmed Silk, Grey, Navy, Brown, and Black. 27/6. Makers' stock of SAMPLE BLOUSES; In Silk, Delaine, Muslin, and Fancy Crepes. 3/11, 4/11, 6/6, 8/6, 9/11 to 27/6. All Next Season's Advance Styles, and Exceptionally Cheap. A NICE CHRISTMAS PRESENT. BLACK OR WHITE OSTRICH BOAS. 9/11, 15/ to 75/ each. CRAVATS, RUFFLES, AND STOLES, in all new colorings. From 6/11 to 35/. SMART NOVELTY NECKWEAR, just opening. From 1/ to 3/11. HANDBAGS, In Russia, Suede, and Fancy Leather. For 3/11 to 29/6. 30 pieces WHITE PIQUE, " single or double width." Hid, 1/2, 1/6, 1/9. Double width. 1/5, 1/7, 2/. ROSEBUD CREPES, very fashionable for dresses. 6£d, Bd, 9£d, 10£ d. FLORAL VOILES, lovely quality. 1/4 and 1/6. Princes St, Dunedin. X order to have t'ue 'Star' out iu good ~g"N order to ha\e ilia 'Star" out in good "" time, it is found impossible to classify AJvi'rtiicinants that come in after noon. Advertisements that come in after neon, A.'tcr this hour they cannot be classified. After this hour they cannot bo classified. \V/> would therefore request Advertisers to We would therefore, request Advertisers to kindly bear this in mind, and send in Iheirkinrily bfar this in mina, and send in their Orders Early. SANTA CLAT7B lias arrived at DREAVEJI'S, with the Biggest Pilo of the Loveliest Toys you over saw. Such a pile I They are overflowing everywhere. His nag wasn't nearly biq enough to hold them. And such beautiful Toys! You never saw the like before. Dolls of every sort and size. Sleeping Dolls, Speaking Dolls, Dolls that wash, and Dolls you can't break. Forts, Guns, Swords Drums. Y/on't our Boys frow up to be Soldiers nowl Dolls' Houses, 'urniture. Tea Sets, Kitchen Sots, and all sorts of other Sets. Marvellous Mechanical Toys that wind up or go by steam or electricity. Dreadnoughts, Destroyers, and Submarines—Britain's Navy in miniature. Aeroplanes and Aeroplane Guns. All sorts of Indoor and Outdoor Games. Teddy Bears, Golliwogs, and R-ollikins. Soft. Stuffed Toys of every description. Cats, Dogs, Rabbits, and Roosters. Jemima l'uddlcduck, Parratoos and Cockakeet*. Spades, Buckets, and Sand Sets. If there is anything Old Father Christmas has forgotten, we don't know what it is. He seems to have thought of Everything. So bring the Children along and let thorn choose what they want him to bring them at Christina* time. GEORGE STREET. •PHONE 1,822.
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