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r The Greatest Sale End-of-Season Sale Now Going On at the THE "FAIR" IS OPEN ! Thousands. upon thousands of pounds'worth of New Fresh Bright, and Beautiful Goods are being sold off at PRICES THAT ARE SIMI L\ ASTONISHING! ■ , , , Our new Show Room-in which' a very considerable extension was last week completed —and everv single Department is just filled to overflowing with Bargains, and SUCH Bargains as will assuredly delight the hearts of Ladies. We request an EARLY visit. These occasions involve a " rush," except in the fore part of the day. People are convinced that we "make good/ and that this is so we give the following few examples—as proof, from the— Hosts of Bargains! HUN S OT^ S ™^f' " CambnC ' ZeP ferTffi 7^G d to «" CREPE AND VOILE DRESSES, plain and fancy pointed. Usually WHITE EMBROIDERED VOILE SKIRTS, with Coatee of Broche ; in Sax*, Lime or White. Worth 47/6- . No# 15/. T ADTFS' DUST COATS, Black, Lustre, Casement, and Tussore bilk. LADIES' GREY SICILIAN LUSTRE DUST COATS, in extra large sizes only. Usually HUNDREDS OF TWEED COSTUMES. All fashionable ;no old shapes. huinukluo ur Clearing at 10/6 and 21/. SILK-LINED COLONIAL TWEED COSTUMES, latest styles. Were 63/ For 29/6. NAVY COATING COSTUMES, local and Petone make. Usual COLONIAL TWEED CHECKED SKIRTS, high waists. Were 18/6 Sale price, 8/11. GIBSON BLOUSES, in striped Crepe, Duro dye; Zephyr, striped Pique etc._ Were -lh inrl 6/6 Sa,e P nc9 ' °/ 6 * WHITE PIQUE BLOUSES, with Tartan Collars ; and WHITE EMBROIDERED MUSLIN BLOUSFS Worth 4/6 to 5/6. Mi clearing at 2/6. WHITE VOILE BLOUSES, trimmed real lace and embroidered. _ 8/6 quality for 3/6. WHITE DRILI SKIRTS, cut in front; trimmed buttons, high waist. For 2/11 each. ZIBELINE SPORTS COATS, in Lime, Amethyst, and Emerald, with fine Black stripe. W~re 4°/ Going at 10/6. WARNER'S'cORSETS, in White and Drab; medium shape. Sizes 19 to 26; 4 suspenders. , 8 / 6 qua,,t J^l°J' / ?ir LADIES'PRINT UNDERSKIRTS. Worth 4/6. For 1/1%. LADIES' LARGE OVERALL APRONS, in Crepe, Navy, Brown, Grey, Fawn, Saxe, etc. Were ,/6 r \™ P« ce > 1 /H*HUNDREDS OF LADIES' FASHIONABLE CHIP HATS, Black and colors. For 1/ and 1/6. HUNDREDS OF LADIES' LATEST TAGAL HATS, in Black and HUNDREDS OF LADIES' BOWEN HATS, best shapes. Worth m A WHOLESALE STOCK OF FLOWERS, all kinds. Por 6d a spray. RICH OTTOMAN RIBBONS, s*in wide ; ail best colors. Were 1/6. 9d per yard. DOUBLE-WIDTH PIOUES, in Cream, Champagne, Biscuit, Pink, Tan, Brown, Grey, and Saxe. 1/11* quality. Now 1/ yard. 40in MERCERISED CORDED ARMURE, in Navy, Black, Flame, Saxe, Light Saxe, Tan, Grev, Pink, and Lime. Usually 2/3. Now 1/3. HEAVY SPONGE CLOTHS, in everv leading shade and White. 2/11 quality. Mow 1/6. SUMMER DRESS TWEEDS, various mixtures. Worth 2/6 to 2/11. Mow all 1/3. 50 EXCLUSIVE ROBE LENGTHS, in the verv best colors and styles, as Saxe, Sand, Brown, Vieux Rose, Light Saxe, Helio., Lime, etc. ; plain and Broche. Worth from ■zs.l to A-yf Reduced to 17/6. 100 pfeces DRESS MATERIALS, in all the best shades ; Silk and Wool San Toys, Taffetas, Poplins, Ambrose, Melrose, Gaberdines, etc. AH to go at 1/3 and 1/6 per yard. I piece of 60yds only BLACK ORIENTAL SATIN, 36m wide. 5/6 quality for 2/11. A FEW OF THE SPLENDID BARGAINS FOR CHILDREN ! CHILDREN'S STRIPED CAMBRIC FROCKS, White ground, with narrow Blue stripe. Sizes 18, 20, 22, 24, and 26 for 2/6 ; sizes 28, 30, 32, and 34 for 2/11. GIRIS' TUNIC DRESSES, in Light Saxe and Reseda ; Corded Poplin, with White Collars ?nd Cuffs. ' 21 in and 24m for 2/11 ; 27m for 3/6. GIRLS' STRIPED CAMBRIC PINAFORES, faced plain Blue ; sizes 2iin, 24m, 27m, n Clearing prices, 1/6, 1/9, 1/11£. STRIPED GALATEA PINAFORES, trimmed Oriental and Dutch trimmings; sizes 2,3, 4 Prices, 1/6, HUNDREDS OF GIRLS' STRAW AND READY-TO-WEAR HATS. Clearing at 6d, 9d, 1/-, 1/3, and 1/8. Some "Big Bargains 59 for Men and Boys! HUNDREDS OF STRIPED CEYLON SPuRTS, with bands. Worth 3/6. Now 1/11. to DOZEN STRIPED ZEPHYR AND CAMBRIC SHIRTS, See Window Worth 4/6 5 Sale price, 2/6. T7 DOZEN STRIPED NEGLIGE SHIRTS. Were 5/6. For 2/11. DYE " < Absolutely Fast) STRIPED ZEPHYR SHIRTS. ' Going at 3/6. ALL WHITE AND COLORED STRIPE TENNIS SPURTS, collar attached, good qualities. Worth 4/6 to 5/6. tt , o * TT „ ... t N°w al! 2 / 11 ' THOUSANDS OF WIDE-END SILK AND POPLIN TIES. Usually 1/6 to 2/6 J For 6d and 1/- each. MEN'S SOFT FELT HATS, Black, Grey, Green. Worth 6/6. Now 3/6. BOYS' NORFOLK SUITS, Good Dark Tweeds, fit boys 5 to .o BOVSDARK STRIPED PETONE TWEED NORFOLK SUIT* to fit bgfa^to BOYS' TWEED KNICKERS, fit boys 3 to 9 years old. Oolng at 2/6 i each. "^^j^"^' I™'** 1 ™'*** Pique cos T^c°»ftf^iJw2S: 50 Dclen MORE ELABORATE AND FINER QUALITIES 3 etc. Usual prices, from 2/6 to 5/6. r . ' T a V p\k n OUR FAMOUS "CHALLENGE" RIBBON will be offered at 6d per yard. This Ribbon is Pure Silk, 5m wide, in Cream and all fashionable colors. Usual price, Ud ner j Now only dci LOT LADIES' FINE BLACK CASHMERE STOCKINGS, with Prettily Silk Embroidered Fronts, also Stripes. Were 2/6, 2/11, 4/6. ™ A *» olie Pr,ce ' 1 / 11 P"': We are offering a Grand Collection of LADIES' HANDBAGS very, very cheap AH stvles and prices from 4/11 to 25/- each. Three Special Lines are 4/11, 5/11, 7/6. Many of these are worth double. A BARGAIN IN KID GLOVES. lOT LADIES' BROWN AND KID GLOVES, with 2 domes and embroidered backs; sLs6|, 6}, 7, 7b 7h Were 3/6 to 5/6. Choice for 2/11 pair. NOTE:—The Establishment will be CLOSED for Lunch from 1 till 2 p.m. TOMORROW AND SATURDAY, and for Tea from 6 to 7 P-m. on SATURDAY. Ladies 9 Home Journal Patterns We are Sole Agents in Otago for these Splendid Patterns. Large Stocks! 105-107-109-111-113-115 GEORGE ST. Branch at South Dunedin,

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 1, Issue 15701, 15 January 1915

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 1 Issue 15701, 15 January 1915

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