"I want ti> Ih* excused," said the wor-ried-looking juryman, addressing the Judge. “ ( owe a. man fivo pounds that I borrowed, and as he is leaving England to-day for some years 1 want to calcb him Ix'foio In; gets to the Wat and pay Idm the five pounds.” “ You are ex cured,” returned his lordship. in icy tones ‘‘ T don't want anvbcdy on the jury who can lie like that.” When ihe British were storming Badajoz the Duke of Wellington lode up, and, observing an artilleryman particularly active, impiired the,man's name, lie was answered “ Taylor.” "A verv good name, too," said the Ihike. "(’beer up, my men! Our Taylor will soon make a. pair of broaches In the walls." At tills sallv the, men forgot the : r danger, a hurst of laughter broke from them, and the next charge carried the fentrees.
Charming and Useful Gifts £ ungaaaiaßCßatsa LADIES’ HANDBAGS. —All fashionable stvles ; in Morocco, S'i cue, Bead Bags. 5/11 to 22/6; to 25/J Silk from 2/6, Silk, and Morocco, Suede, 7/6 and Bead LOVELY NECKWEAR.— Silk and Lace Novelties, every description ot Collar and Front. At all prices from 1/ upwards. Ladies’ GIFT UMBRELLAS. Stylish Long-handle Umbrellas, 11/6 to 19/6 » Lovely Crook Handles, Silver-mounted, 5/11 to 19/6. Daintv Embroidered Linen and" Cambric HANDKERCHIEFS. From 6d to 3/3 each. LADIES’ KID GLOVES, reliable qualities. Fine Kid, with silk - embroidered points, 2/6, 3/3, 3/6, 3/11, 4/6, 5/6, French Suede, 2 domes, silk points, 3/11 5/6. Wash mg Chamois, Doeskin, and Nap p a Gloves. Ladies’ HANDKERCHIEFS, in Beautiful Gift Boxes. With 3 in box, 1711, 2/6, 2/9, 4/6, 4/11, 5/11. With 6 in box, 3/6, 3/11, 4/6, 5/6, 8/11. BEAUTIFUL GIFT BOXES, in Antimony Ware. All shapes and" sizes. Immense choice. From 1/ to 17/6. Antimony Tea Caddies, Potpourri" Vases, Matchbox Holders, Card Trays, etc. Japanese Silk Pincushions and Sachets. Choice Antimony Photo Frames. 3/11 to 6/11. CHILDREN’S BAGS from 1/ up. manna m George Si The following Selected List of BARGAINS for the HOLIDAY SEASON represents PRODIGIOUS MONEY-SAVING OFFERS. The Goods are This Season’s Fashions, Fresh and Beautiful, and in most cases are being sold at HALF to ONE-THIRD of the Regular Prices ! You are welcome to-inspect every line, whether you intend to purchase or not. Don’t miss seeing these WONDERFUL Bargains I 29 dozen WHITE VOILE BLOUSES, latest styles, low necks , trimmed / real lace and embroidered / 16 dozen LADIES’ WHITE DRILL SKIRTS, high waists, slashed fronts, / with row of buttons j 6 dozen LATEST SHEPHERD CHECK AND TWEED SKIRTS, high waists, slashed in front 25 dozen STYLISH HIGH-CLASS COLONIAL CHECKED TWEED SKIRTS, hi gh waists, cut in front, and row of buttons. Brown and TJ / Grey Broken Checks, also Plain Shepherd Checks f 6 dozen LOVELY CREPE BLOUSES, with low collars, in- Pique, .etc. sy /-1 Broken Checks and Plain... / JL HUNDREDS OF RATINE AND FLORAL VOILE DRESSES. Worth up |W/ to 39/6. Now , Aif LADIES’ JAVA HOLIDAY HATS. Worth 4/6 for l/„ WARNER’S CORSETS, in Drab and White, 19 to 26, four suspenders, S/6 quality for 32 pieces 36in CREPES, English make : in grounds of White, Saxe, Tuscan, Brown, Tan, Flame, etc., with fine stripes, assorted colors. Were 1/3 per yard. For.. .’ * HUNDREDS OF CHILDREN’S AND GIRLS’ READY-TO-WEAR HATS. At 9d, 1/6, and 1/11. CHILDREN’S LINEN PETER PAN STITCHED HATS. 1/ each. IS dozen LADIES’ LARGE OVERALL APRONS, made in Dunedin, of j good quality Crepe; in Navy, Srnxe, Brown, etc. Usually 3/6. For A/ HUNDREDS OF LADIES’ TWEED COSTUMES, all the latest shapes. At 10/6, 15/, 21/, 25/, 20/6,. and 35/ each. From a quarter to a* half the usual prices. A 4 X 2 Ladies’ Home Journal Patterns! We have been appointed Sole District Agents for these World-famous Fashionable and Practical Patterns, the prices of which are extremely moderate. A complete range is now in stock, and inspection is cordially invited. Drapery LIMITED. 1 05, 107, 109, 111, 113, & 115 GEORGE STREET Branch at South Dunedin
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