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Page 8 Advertisements Column 1, Issue 15686, 28 December 1914
New Year Splendid Selections of Gifts and Presents, and a Brilliant Startling •. Array of Bargains in Holiday i^gi|i||ii] lab b u "*■-■-■ mi Pleasing Gifts for Ladies! Ladies' Handbags! A Splendid Collection of Silk, Pineda, and Morocco Handbags, in the now shapes and stylos. LOVELY SILK DOROTHY BAGS, beautifully embroidered. Cream, Tussore, Dr.il>, Shot Effects. 2/8, 3 6, 4,11, 5 6, 5/11, 6 6, 8 11. CHIC BEAD BAGS, with chains, Oriental coloring 4.6, 0,11, 11.6, 12 11. MOROCCO LEATHER TUGS, in Envelope, ; ;nd Kodak shapes; Black and dark colors. Prices from 5 11 to 22,6. Verv Handsome SUEDE TRAPEZE BAGS, silk and leather lined, nub. or without fittings; Gr<\v, Mole, Fawn, Brown. 7 6 to 33/6. Antimony Ware ! USEFUL, ORNAMENTAL, AND NOVEL DESIGNS. JEWEL AND TRINKET BOXES, round. tMjiia.is ohlnu<i; lined satin, lillr-d wood, or plain. Prom 1/ to 19 6. CARD AND TRINKET TEATS. 6d, Bd, 1/, 1/6. TEA CADDIES, unique design* 5 11, 66, 7/6. FHOTO FRAMES. 2'6, 3.6, 5/8. Pincushions, Etc. DAINTY GIFT SILK PINC I'SIIIONS AND SACHETS. Silk-embroidered PINCUSHIONS, lovely sb.ides. 1/6, 23, 2/11. HIND-PAINTED JAPANESE PINCUSHIONS. 6d ;uid 9d. SILK HANDKERCHIEF SACHETS, daintily embrndered. 3/8 and 6/11. Ladies' Kid Gloves! KID GLOVES, best makers. 2 drrnos. silk-embroidered pointa. 2 '2, 3 3, 3/6, 3 11, 4 6, 50. SUEDE GLOVES, licdit and dressy. :' 11, 5.8. 12-FU TTON MOSQUETAIRE KID GLOVES. Black. White, 5/11, 6 G, 7 8; Colors, 6'6. WASHING DOESKIN GLOVES, scrap wrist. White, 4/Gj Natural, 3 11. FOY.WFVS 2-BUTTON ARABIC POP.-'\IN, with, spenr points; Tan, Brown, Beaver, Grew 4/11. m w m as m Presents mrni wam : fa\ >A>Ki A iMMMMMMBi rational Decoration Flags BILK UNION JACKS, loin x lOii mounted. Only 6d each. SMALL SILK UNION JACKS, ft decoration or buttonhole.; mouiite< 3 for Id, or 3d por dozen. Lace and Silk Neckwear NEWEST SILK, MUSLTN, AN PIQUE VESTEES, plain an trimmed lace. 2/11, 3/6, 46. V BEAUTTFUL POMP \DOUR SU.i AND SATIN ROLL ( OSTUM COLLARS, newest shades. 1/J 2/6. LACE AND MUSLIN JABOTS I'lCfirs, SFNSIiINE AND CO.TU.ME COLLARS. All price from 1/ to 9.3. f/ Handkerchiefs! IT Irish and Swiss EMBROIDEREI HANDKERCHIEFS, JoroJveonio and border d"Sijins. All price from 6d to 3,6 each. EMBROIDE R E D H A N D KERCHIEFS, in charming nr boxes containing half-dozen an quarter-dozen 1 iaudkerehiefs eaeli Boxed quarter-dozen, 9d, 16, 2 9 4,6, 4,11, 511 per box. Boxei i ]i.'!ll"-d<o>n, I'S, 2.-11, 36, 311 i 4/11, 50, 8/11 per box. 1 Handsome Gift Umbrellas ,//! FASriroXABLE LONG-HANDLI Mil F.\l BR ELLAS.—Choice st vies ii mmwl l .MBKM.I.A.s. Choice stylos n tablo top, straight, and knol tops; on natural sticks, wit! enamel, gunmetal, silver. 11/6 U 19/6. Ladies' "BOULEVARD" STEEL STICK UMBRELLAS, very smari and neat, with stvliali crooks. 7/11 to 18/6. Lading FINE SATIN-DE-CHTNT handsome cronh handles, unlimited choice, From 8/11 to IS/6. DURABLE "GLORIA" UMBREL LAS, smart crooks. From 2/11 up. GIRLS' UMBRELLAS, smart and useful. 2/11, 3/11, 4/11, 5/6. LADIES' COLOR ED SILK UM. IMELIiAS, latest stylo. 12/6. In every Department will be found many AYKcles entirely suitable for CHRISTMAS GIFTS, ranging from the Plain and Practical to the Fashionable and Exclusive. A thousand and one Novel, Quaint, Charming, and Serviceable Things are available for choice, from the purely Personal Gift to the immensely Practical Articles for the Home - present to the whole family. Early shopping is respectfully suggested. -«IL Gigantic Purchases of Ladies' Fashionable Apparel at Half and Quarter Prices ! Fortunate? We should say sol In time for Holiday Week we were able to buy the following lines at ridiculous prices. The unseasonable weather and the war scare are contributory causes. The Goods were thus forced on the market early in the Summer, and as we knew we could sell the whole lot in very little time we closed on the offer. Many of these Amazing Bargains are now on view in the Window, and the Departments to which they belong are showing them in all their great attractiveness. Don l t miss seeing them i Every comparative price quoted is strictly reliable ! 39 LOVELY FROCKS, in Checked Crepe, Flora! Crepe, and Striped Voile, with White Skirts and Sashes. 34/6 quality. All now for 14/6. 136 SUMMER DRESSES, in Floral Voiles, with Silk Sashes, Checked Voile, trimmed White, and plain, frosted Crepe ', self colors, White and combinations. Were from 34/6 to 30/6. Prices now 17/6 and 21/. 42 COMBINATION COSTUMES, White Pique and Crepe Skirts, with Checked Ratine, Floral Crepe, and striped Pique Coateeg with basques. Usually 32/6 to 39/6. Prices now 12/6. 69 LOVELY COSTUMES, in Ratines in self colors, twc> tone, and with White; also colored Piques, a full range, and frosted Crepes, White Skirts with basqued Coatee; in Cherry, Saxe, Lime, and Floral Regular value at 44/6 to 49/6. Now 17/6 and 21/. IS dozen LADIES' WHITE DRILL SKIRTS, high waists, slashed, and trimmed buttons. 8/11 quality for 3/11. jo dozen WHITE PIQUE SKIRTS, best quality Cloth; in fine and wide cords, plain and double. Usual value, 15/ and 1//6. Now 10/6. 12 dozen LADIES' SKIRTS, in stylish Shepherd-Check Sponge Cloth; in Black and White, Blue and White, and Brown and White, also in striped Pique; all fashionable shapes, trimmed buttons, and high-waisted. Usually 10/6. For 4/11, 93 LATEST WHITE PIQUE AND RATINE COSTUMES, Coatees with sashes, Skirts (single or double), best quality material, heavy or fine cords. Usual values, 34/u to 44/6. All now 29/6. 25 dozen SHIRT BLOUSES, in plain and Checked Crepe; in Light Blue, Saxe, Pink, Navy, Champagne, Brown, Vieux Ro.se, etc. Regular price, 4/11. For 3/11. 56 LADIES' FASHIONABLE TWEED COSTUMES, in plain mixtures, with Pique fronts ; check and plain Tweeds, in latest belted shapes, all high-waisted skirts. I T sual values, £3 3/ to £4. Prices now 37/6 all round. iS dozen BOWEN HOLIDAY HATS, best shapes. Now 1/. 10 dozen WHITE PIQUE HATS. Usual]v 3/11. Now 2/11. HUNDREDS OF COLORED AND BLACK TAGAL HATS at 4/6. Just opened—not job—LADIES' LATEST TAGAL HATS, in White, Tuscan, and Navy. 7/11, 8/11, and 10/6 each. Housewives' Presents ! HUNDREDS OF TRAY CLOTHS, TA: CENTRES, DUCHESSE SETS, AND RUNNERS.rin Guipure Lace, trimmed and drawn-thread work } also CRASH EMBROIDERY GOODS, DAMASK CLOTHS. SERVIETTES, etc. SILK COT AND PRAM QUILTS AND TEA COSIES. Very suitable for presents. Sole Agents for Ladies' Home Journal Patterns. Drapery Supply A 8?" 105, 107, 109, 111, 113 and 115 George Street And at South Dunedin.
Page 8 Advertisements Column 1, Issue 15686, 28 December 1914
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