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argains 20 pieces DOUBLE-WIDTH DRESS MATERIAL, in Greys, Greens, Chain pagno. Light Fawn, etc. Regular value, 2/6 to 2/11. Now clearing at 1/ a yard. 6 pieces only FINE STRIPED FRENCH DRESS MATERLIL, suitable for Dresses or Coats; in Greys, Navy,_ and Light Brown, with lino White stripe. Regular value, 2/6 per yard. Now.-clearing at eftf yard. STRIPED PIQUE SKIRTS, smart style; in Grey and White, and Blaok and White stripe. Worth 10/6. Clearing at 3/11 each. A CORSET CLEARANCE J Splendid Lot of WARNER'S CORSETS, good medium shape; siras 20 to 27. Usually 8/61 Clearing; at 3/8 per pair. SUMMER TWEED. COSTUMES, in Light Greys and- Light Fawns. A nice serviceable Costumes..!or everyday wear. Regular prices were up to 35/6. Clearing at 11/6 each. UNTRIMMED STRAW HAT SHAPES, all this Season's styles and latest shapes; in Chip and other Straws. Usual prices, 6/6 to 9/6. Clearing at 1/, 1/6, "t/11, and 2/8. CHILDREN'S STRAW HATS, plain or with hand.. Regular prices, 2/11 to 6/11. Pozena of „„, „J, 1/, and 1/6. STYLISH BLOUSES, in Check Ratine, White* piquo collars, the fashionable low " V "-cut neok. Regular price, 5/11. Reduced to 3/6. 'SMART BLOUSES IN JAPANESE CREPE, hi fine stripeo; low " V "*cuk neck, with collar. To be cleared off at 2/11. 'PRINT BLOUSES, a good, serviceable Blouse, neat- and nicely made. Jobbing off at 1/11 each. WHITE MUSLIN BLOUSES,, either with collar or low neck, in pretty embroidered effects, long or threequarter sleeves. Now clearing at 1/11 snd 3/S. j, r lease-i ONE-PIECE Qm~ piece Drosses we are making a regular clearance, Aa an example, a Fine Quality Voile. Muslin oEepiece Dress, in Grey, with ajaistb,--stripe, trimmed emerald buwfe&iii medium neck, yntli collar sad bow { good cut, not too tight. Regaala* value, 12/6. Nosy i/ 11. ' , , TUTfr.T TTtrmrn'V owibt -d-cawv.' i TO-WEAR HATS, in Tagals and,' /i Chips, trimmed corded ribbw; also some with floral crowns. Regular prices, 10/6 to 16'6. Now., clearing at 2/11. TRIMMED HATS,— Weabout two cioz-esi of''these %effi, f including fashfema&le style® 'in,•■■'' ~ Straw, Aorophane, etc.; variwis'- / colorß, smartly trimmed. She f. how clearing at 3/11, «/li,'«»«;< &'■ 5/11. ",■ ''.'( FLORAL MUSLIN. 6 pieces only;;. /, mostly small patterns _in Hello-' '. trope. Blue, etc., on White ground. '., Regular prices, Sid to 1/ per yard. 5 Clearing «fc s?,s per yard. SnaiEHH Drapery Supply Assocn. TN order lo have ilia 'Star' out in good NOTICE TO ADVERTISERS. Tj'N order to have the 'Star' out in good J * time, it is fount! impossible to classify "OXPERIENOE lias shown that in the use J. time, it is found impossible to classifjy A'ivertisements that come in after noon. -S.-J of the TELEPHONE ERRORS EASILY Advertisements that come in after noon. After this hour they cannot, he classified. OCCUR, in Words :tnd in the Names of After this hour they cannot be classified.; We would therefore request Advertisers to Persons, although the messages are read We would therefore request Advertisers to -•"-- - "• • —ihid, and send in their back to the sender, and occasionally there kincly bear this in mind, and send in theut Orders Early. are Misconceptions in Instructions. Orders Early.

V JUi< A Good New Year "Resolution! 1 The WOMAN who SAVES-is her own BENEFACTRESS. H " SAVING MONEY " is an ART" in itself, and one that is Invaluable to ithe Housewife. >F "The HUSBAND EARNS,' the WIFE SPENDS " ; and to spend in the wisest way is one of the great .virtues of the good Housewife. .11 The buying of GROCERIES ■ and PROVISIONS for the Home is a most Important Task, for in this direction there is a continued expenditure going on. 5 How to MAKE HER MONEY DO ITS BEST is the Housewife's great problem ! I Ult is certainly not to be solved by dealing | on Credit, for Credit means highest I prices and general extravagance. Credit i does not help towards MONEY-SAVING. I U Keen Buying means Cash Buying ! j IT When you deal on a CASH BASIS get the most for your MONEY. H When you deal on WARDELLS' CASHCHECK SYSTEM, you get not only the Utmost Value for your .Money, but a BONUS all to the good! IF WARDELLS 1 GOODS are of High-grade, Pure, and Prime Quaiity—their prices are " The»Lowest—ALWAYS ! " .IF At the beginning'of rjiis-juew year turn over anew leaf; make the. resolution to be done with Credit, and adopt WARDELLS* CASH-BONUS SYSTEM. II Thousands of Housewives are satisfied and gratified - with the results. It will give you the same-complete satisfaction. .H Prime Goods, Lowest Prices, and BigBonuses— if these are attractive to vou, give the WARDELL SYSTEM, say, a month's trial, and prove by Actual Experience the Money-Saving. Advantages of this Splendid System. . '. f§ Grocers, Tea and Provision Merchants, t George St. jp $ 111111 i F J. AND J. ARTHUR, LTD., have to announce the OPENING UP OF NEW STOCKS OF ENGLISH-MADE UNDERWEAR, light in weiglit, for Summer. « ,». . , WHITE INDIAN GAUZE UNDERSHIRTS, exceedingly soft and comfortable, adapted to the most sensitive skins; half-sleeves ; in " Ordinary," " Out Sizes," and " Extra O.S."—sizes to fit any Gentleman. » ... . . . . * PRICES: ist Quality Men's, 3/S,' 0.5., 3/3. 2nd Quality Men's, 2/6 : 0.5., 2/9 J . Extra 0.5., 3/3, EXTRA FINE COTTON UNDERWEAR, INARTISTIC COLORS. Perfect Uuder-garmcata for Hot Weather. Singlets with half-sleeves; Underpants with light-weight sateen bands. Sizes to fit Slim, Ordinary, and Out-sized Men. All marked at the Uniform and Special Selling Price of 2/11 per Garment. ..«..,. < - MERCHANT TAILORS 11 and MEN'S MERCERS. lis... 12,14, 16 & 18 George Sires* i ;-••, DELIVERY OF CIRCULARS, Etc. mi-IB EVENING STAR COMPANY, LTD., .S. PRINT aH descriptions of GROCERS' and DRAPERS" BILLS, CIRCULARS. Etc., and when so directed hand over the sain© to the ' Star' Runners for Distribution with the ' Star,' which is delivered at nearly every house in the City and Suburbs, and also NOTICE TO ADVERTISERS. ORDERS BY TELEPHONE. I7IXPERIENCE has shown that iu the use li of 'h* TELEPHONE ERRORS EASILY OCCUR in Words and. in the Names of Persons, although the messages are read back to the sender,, and occasionally there DELIVERY OF CIRCULARS, Etc. npHE EVENING STAR COMPANY, LTD., JL PRINT all descriptions of GROCERS' and DRAPERS' BILLS,' CIRCULARS, Etc., and when so directed hand over the same to the. 'Star' Runners for Distribution with tfao ' which is delivered at nearly every ■ house in the City and Suburbs ftfti Abg J

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 3, Issue 15701, 15 January 1915

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 3 Issue 15701, 15 January 1915

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